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IIC and the Idea of India

Chatterjee, Ashoke

Managing diversity and difference, Global InCH Journal,

IKAT – Splendid silk of Central Asia

Fitz, Gibbon Kate & Andrew Hale

The Guido Goldman Collection, Abridged ed. London: Laurence King in association with Alan Marcuson, 1997

Ikat and brocade weaves of India. IN Songsak Prangwathanakum, editor. Textiles of Asia: a common heritage.

Mathur, Ravi

Chiangmai: Chiangmai University in cooperation with the Office of the National Culture Commission and UNESCO, 199? Pp. 78-86,

Ikat in Afghanistan

Janata, Alfred

vol. 5, no.4, pp 130-139, Afghanistan Journal, 1978

Ikat in India and The Trade Westward

Crill, Rosemary

International Ikat Weaving Forum proceedings, Kuthching,, 1999

Ikat saris of Orissa

Vadgama, Usha and Sunanda K. Marathe

vol. 92, no. 2, Indian Textile Journal, 1981

Ikat Technique

Battenfield, Jackie

New York: Van Nostrand Co., 1978

Ikat Technique and Dutch East Indian Ikats

Charles, F. Ikle.

Vol. XV, Nos. 1-2, Bulletin of the Needle and Bobbin Club, 1931

Ikat Textiles of India

Desai, Chelna

San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1988

Ikat textiles of India

Desai, Chelna

London: Thames and Hudson, 1987

Ikat: Silks of Central Asia

Fitz, Gibbon Kate & Andrew Hale

The Guido Goldman Collection, London: Laurence King, 1997


Ciba Review

Ciba Review, 1942, 44(August),