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Cotton Cloth As Continuity


The Power of Handloom, Global InCH Journal,

Cotton cloth printing: hand processes

Amalsad, D M

New edition, Bombay: Orient Longmans, 42p., 1950

Cotton Dyeing

Russell, R.V.

Vol. XIII, Part IReport, Central Provinces, Madhya Pradesh: 1901

Cotton Fabrics of Assam

Sharma, H.J.

Journal of Indian Art & Industry, 1904

Cotton Fabrics of Bombay Presidency

Enthoven, R.E.

Vol. 10, London: Journal of Indian Art and Industry, 1904

Cotton Fabrics of North-West and Oudh Province

Ali, Yusuf A.

N. W. Provinces and Oudh Government Press, 1900

Cotton fabrics of the Bombay Presidency

Journal of Indian Art and Industry, 1903, X(82):19-20,

Cotton fabrics of the N.W. Provinces and Oudh

Silberrad, Charles A.

Journal of Indian Art and Industry,1903, X(82):23-24, 1903

Cotton hand spinning. New edition

Amalsad, D M

Bombay: Orient Longmans, 19p, 1951

Cotton jamdanis of Tanda and Banaras

Jayakar, Pupul

Lalit Kala, 1959, 6:37-44. (Reprinted: Handwoven Fabrics of India, J. Dhamija and J. Jain, eds.), 1959

Cotton manufacture in ancient India

Schlingloff, D.

vol. 17 pp. 81-90., Journal of the economic and social history of the Orient, 1974

Cotton Printing of Gujarat and Kathiawar

Jayakar, Pupul

Vol. IV, No. 4, Bombay: Marg Magazine, 1950-51