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Colours of Kutch

Edwards, Eiluned

The Art of the Khatris of Dhamadka, Global InCH Journal,

Colours of the Indus. Costumes and Textiles of Pakistan.

Askari, Nasreen; Crill, Rosemary

London: Merrell Holberton. The Victoria and Albert Museum, 1997

Coming Out of the Shadow

Sethi, Ritu

Contextualising and Codifying Traditional Indigenous Knowledge of Craft Practice into Mainstream Education, Global InCH Journal,

Commerce and Industry in the Pre-Mughal Period

Chowdhuri, J.N.

Vol. XXIV, No. 2, The Indian Historical Quarterly, 1948

Commercial Embroidery of Gujarat in the 17th Century

Irwin, John

Vol. XVIII, Journal of Indian Society of Oriental Art. Calcutta, 1940

Commercialisation of tribal art

Das, A. K.

India Magazine, 1991-92, 12(3):80-81,

Company Drawings in the India Office Library

Archer, Mildred

London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1972

Company Painting in Nineteenth-Century India

Sardar, Marika

[electronic resource] Title from title screen (viewed June 20, 2006) Part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Timeline of art history,

Company paintings : Indian paintings of the British period

Archer, Mildred

240 p., London: Victoria and Albert Museum in association with Mapin Publishing, 1992

Compendium of Handloom Schemes

DC(H), Ministry of Textiles, 2001