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Ain-i-Akbari (English translation by H. Blochmann)

Abul-Fazal Allami

Vol. I, Calcutta: Asiatic Society of Bengal, 1873


Lakshmi Panth

Almora: Mahila Samiti, 1998

Aipan (Hindi)

Pant, Lakshmi

Mahila Samiti, 1998

Aitihasika Metale

Gunawardana, H.M.; Gunasekara, Sudath

Ch: V. 169-179 p., Metale District Cultural Council Publication, Govt Press Sri Lanka, 1984


Okada, Amina; Nou, Jean Louis

Imprimerie nationale: Paris, 1991, 219 p. : col. ill.

Ajanta Frescoes

by Lady Herringham ; with introductory essays by various members of the Indian Society, 28 p., XLII leaves of plates, New Delhi: Aryan Books International, 1998

Ajantā kōki hekiga no kenkyū

Fukuyama Yasuko cho

Cover Title - Studies on the Ajaṇṭā paintings in the later phase, 612 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of color plates, Tōkyō: Chūō Kōron Bijutsu Shuppan, Heisei 26 [2014]

Ajanta Paintings : Unidentified & Misinterpreted

Talim, M. V.

xvi, 300 p., Delhi: Buddhist World Press, 2013

Ajanta, handbook of the paintings. 1. Narrative wall paintings

Schlingloff, D.

3 v., New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts : Aryan Books International, 2013


Rajasthan district gazetteers

Alwar: Sharma Bros Electromatic Press, 1966