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Passport for Traveling in the Hills.

Thongkum, Theraphan L

Bangkok: Linguistics Research Unit, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University.,


Mustafa, Shabbir Hussain

Craft Communities in Contemporary India, Global InCH Journal,

Pat or a type of folk-painting

Chakraborty, Sunil

Folklore, Calcutta, 1973, 14(1):32-41,

Pata Paintings of Orissa

Mohanty, Bijoy Chandra

New Delhi: Publications Division, Ministry of Information andBroadcasting, Gov't of India, 1984

Patachitra of Orissa

Das, J.P.

Vol. 31, No. 4, Marg, 1977-78

Patachitras of Orissa

Mohanty, Bijoy Chandra

Ahmedabad: Calico Museum of Textiles, 1980

Patara Making at Bhavnagar

R K Trivedi

Volume V, Part VII-A (3), Gujarat: 1966

Patas and patuas of Bengal

Ganguli, R. N.

Indian Folk-lore, April-Aug., Calcutta, 1956, 60,

Patna Painting

Archer, Mildred

xv, 47 p., London: David Marlowe Ltd. for the Royal India Society, 1948

Patola and gerinsing: an additional note

Hooykaas, C

vol. 134, pp 356-359, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 1978

Patola influences in South East Asia

Buhler, Alfred

Vol 4, Journal of Indian Textile History, 1959