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Patola or Silk Fabric from Surat


Nos. 35 & 36, Rupam, 1928

Patola/Virali Pattu: from Gujarat to Kerala, new information on double ikat textiles in south India

Nambiar, Balan; Fischer, Eberhard

vol. 41, pt. 2 : 120-46, Asiatische Studien, Zeitschrift der schweizerischen Gesellschaft fur Asienkunde, 1987


Mehta, R. N.

Vol 7 (Parts 1-2):67-74, Baroda,: Bulletin of the Baroda Museum and Picture Gallery,, 1949-50,


Patel, G.V.

Ahmedabad: All India Radio,

Patolas and Resist-Dyed Fabrics of India

Sarabhai, Mrinalini

Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd., 1988

Patolas or Silk Fabrics from Gujarat


Nos. 35-36, Calcutta: Rupam, an illustrated quarterly journal of Oriental art, 1928

Patolu and its techniques

De Bone, Mary Golden

vol. 4, no. 3:49-62, The Textile Museum Journal, 1976

Pattadakal & its Sculpture-a Brief Outline

Panchamukhi, R.S.

8, Bulletin of the Decca College, 1947-49

Pattan Glazed Pottery, Gujarat


Journal of Indian Art, 1886-1887

Pattern and Ornament in the Arts of India

Wilson, Henry

256 p., London: Thames & Hudson, 2011

Patterned Threads: Ikat Traditions and Inspirations

Stack, Lotus

Minneapolis Minn: Minneapolis Institute of Arts., 1987

Patterns from History

Sethi, Ritu

The Baluchari Weave, Global InCH Journal,

Patterns of Tribal Housing

Nityananda Patnaik; Mahapatra, Sitakant

Bhubaneswar: Academy of Tribal Dialects and Culture, 1986

Pattu weaving of western Rajasthan

Munshi, Sunil

Ahmedabad: National Institute of Design, 1992