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Phulkari, a dying folk art of the Punjab.

Khurshid, Zarina

Vol. 5, no. 1 pp. 83- 100., Lahore Museum bulletin, 1992

Phulkari, a lost craft

Pal, Kumari Rampa.

Delhi: National Printing Works, 1955

Phulkari: Embroidered Flowers from Punjab

Berinstain, Valerie

Paris: Association pour l'Etude et la Documentation des Textiles d'Asie, 1991

Phulkari: The Folk Art of Punjab

Hitkari, S. S.

New Delhi: Phulkari Publications, 1980

Phulkaris and baghs

Hitkari, S. S.

Vol 56, Roopa-Lekha, 1984

Phulkaris from Punjab

Joshi, D. N.

vol. 94, no. 3 pp. 81-83., Indian textile journal, 1983

Phulkarithe Art of Rural Punjab


V. 3, No. 9, Kurukshetra, 1955

Pi Pu Chhuanhtlang.

Lalthangliana, B.

Aizawl, Mizoram: Lianchhungi BookStore, 1990

Pichhavais from the Deccan

Doshi, Saryu

Marg, 1977-78, XXXI(4):55-60,

Pichhavais: temple hangings of the Vallabhacharya sect

Mehta, R. N.

Vol. 3, Journal of Indian Textile History, 1957

Pichhawais–a tradition in ritual cloth paintings

Kumar, Ram

Oriental Art, 1986, N. S. XXXII(3):284-87,

Pichhvais–temple hangings of the Vallabhaite sect

Krishna, Kalyan

Journal of Indian Museums, 1974-75,XXX-XXXI:75-78,

Picture ecology: art and ecocriticism in planetary perspective

edited by Karl Kusserow ; with contributions by Alan C. Braddock [and 15 others], Princeton: Princeton University Art Museum, 2021

Picture showmen

Coomaraswamy, Ananda Kentish

Indian Historical Quarterly, 1929, V:182-87,

Picture Story (of Henawala)

Someroski, James Mel

Colombo: United States Educational Foundation, June 1971 : 12-13 p.