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Cotton sarees of Bijapur and Dharwad

Narula, Vibha

Ahmedabad: National Institute of Design, 73p., 1992

Cotton spinning

Ahmedabad: Textile Association, 1975

Cotton Spinning and Weaving

Porter, A.E. (Census of India, 1931)

Vol. V, Part I, Report, Appendix I, Bengal & Sikkim: 1931

Cotton Textile Industry with Special Reference to MauNath Bhanjan, Azamgarh

Bhatnagar, P.P.

Volume XV, Part VII-A, Uttar Pradesh: Handicarfts Survey Monograph No. 6, 1965

Cotton textiles through the ages

Mukund Kansara; Rama Murthy, Varanasi

vol. 101, no7-413, Illustrated Weekly of India,1980, CI(43):17-19, 1980

Cotton To Cloth


An Indian Epic, Global InCH Journal,

Cotton yarn weaving

Kanungo, R. and Roy, P. R. and Garde, A. R.

Ahmedabad: Ahmedabad Textile Association, 1976

Cotton: the fabric that made the modern world

Riello, Giorgio

Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013

Counted Stitches

Tyabji, Laila

In Search of Kasuti, Global InCH Journal,

Court and Village: India’s Textile Traditions

Peebles, Merrily

Santa Barbara: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1981

Court Painting at Udaipur: Art under the patronage of the Maharanas of Mewar

Topsfield, Andrew

327 p., Ascona: Artibus Asiae Publishers ; Zürich : Museum Rietberg, 2001

Court Paintings from India and Persia

London: Oliver Forge/Brendan Lynch, 2020