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Prakash, K.

An Invaluable Book on the Original Art Tradition, Design Point, 1994

Madhubani Art

Dayal, Bharti

Indian Art Series,

Madhubani Artist Pushpa Kumari

Majumdar, Minhazz

Pushing Boundaries, Opening New Vistas, Global InCH Journal,

Madhubani drawings

Mendiratta, H. S.

Design, New Delhi, 1967, 11(10):28-30,

Madhubani painting

Lynton, Linda

Arts of Asia, 1995, 25(2):112-121,

Madhubani Painting

Anand, Mulk Raj

New Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India, 1984

Madhubani Painting

Thakur, Upendra

New Delhi: Abhinav Publications, 1981

Madhubani paintings: an ancient art form

Gopinath, C. Y.

Indian and Foreign Review, 1975, 12(16):13?16,

Madhubani–a religious folk idiom

Gupta, Charu Smita

Times of India, Supplement, 31 January, 1988, III:1?5,

Madhyakalina Sinhala Kala

Coomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish

Colombo: Dept of Cultural Affairs, 1962

Madras Handkerchiefs


Vol. 4, No. 10, Bharat Sevak, 1956

Madras handlooms in the nineteenth century

Specker, Konrad.

Vol. XXVI(2):131-66, Indian Economic and Social History Review, 1989

Madras Pottery

Holder, Edwin

Vol. 7, No. 58 : 7-10, Journal of the Indian Art Ind Industry, 1897

Madras-Tanjore and Mysore, Art Industries

Gupte, B. A.

Journal of Indian Art and Industry, 1886, I(14):107-8,