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Craft Revival Trust Bibliograhy Authors

Craft production in an agrarian economy – Making Things in South Asia: The Role of Artist and Craftsman, Michael W. Meister, ed.

Ludden, David

Philadelphia: Department of South Asia Regional Studies, University of Pennsylvania, 1988, 103-13

Craft through the canvas of ‘Kantha’

Basu, Champaka.

Inside outside, November pp. 28-31., 1994

Crafting Access

Wood, Sharmila

Building a Market for Indian Handicrafts in a Globalised World, Global InCH Journal,

Crafting Craft

Bhand, Vishal C.

A Different Approach, Global InCH Journal,

Crafting Jewellery- Their Art

Spectrum Island, 24 July 1987 : 11 p.

Crafting the Nation in Colonial India.

McGowan, A.

New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009


Rai, Purnima

Past Forward Integrating Hand Skills into Architecture and Design, Global InCH Journal,


Tyabji, Laila

Linking and Dividing, Global InCH Journal,

Crafts and Craftsmen of Andhra Pradesh

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Handicrafts Development Corporation, 1990

Crafts and Development in Kutch – A Future?

Lloyd Gee

Department of Arts Policy and Management, The City University,

Crafts and industries in mediaeval Orissa (A.D. 600-1200)

Sah, Ayodhya Prasad

Journal of the Bihar Research Society, 1964, L(Parts I-IV):50-58,