Library Catalogue

Part of Library
AuthorEditorYearPublisher
Eastern Indian School Of Medieval SculptureR.D. Banerji1981Ramanand Vidya Bhawan
Masterpieces Of Indian SculptureRustam J. Mehta1968D.B. Taraporevala Sons & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Rampur Raza Library, MonohgraphsW.H. Sidiqi1998Rampur Raza Library
Masterpieces of Indian TerracottasM.K. Dhavalikar1977D.B. Taraporevala Sons & Co.
Art Of TerracottaArputha Rani Sengupta2005Agam Kala Prakasha
Indian Art and Connoisseurship Essays in Honour of Douglas BarrettJohn Guy1995Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
Rock Art Studies in IndiaSomnath Chakraverty2003Dilip Coomer Ghose, General Secretary, The Asiatic Society
The Ethno-archaeological view of Indian TerracottasVidula Jayaswal, Kalyan Krishna1986Agam Kala Publishers
Catalogue Of Primitive Art And Indian Sculpture1969Sotherby & Co.
Ritual Bronzes Of Maharashtra And Karnataka: Including the Bhuta RegionLeo S Figiel(published by author)
Temple Vahanas of Tamil Nadu (in English and Tamil)Pradeep Chakravarthy2010Kalamkriya Limited
BhormadevSitaram Sharma1989Madhya Pradesh Hindi Granth Academi
Pranchin Bharatiya Murthi VigyanDr. Neelkanth Purushotham Joshi2000Bihar Rashtra Bhasha Parishad
Pranchin Bharatiya Murthi VigyanDr. Neelkanth Purushotham Joshi2000Bihar Rashtra Bhasha Parishad
A Carreira Da India: The India runFrancisco Contente Domingues1998CTT Correios
Agroha Ki MranmurtiyaVirjanand Devkarni2008Haryana Prantiiya Puratatva Sangrahalaya
Exhibition of Ancient Art of India (In Chinese)
Bhartiya kala ko Bihar ki DenVindyeshwari Prasad Sinha1920Bihar Rashtrabhasha Parishad
Bhartiya kala ko Bihar ki DenVindyeshwari Prasad Sinha1920Bihar Rashtrabhasha Parishad
Mewar ki Lekh Kala: PhadVandana Joshi2012Pashchim Chetra Sanskritik Kendra, Himanshu Publication
Shan-E-AwadhDr.Guru Sharan Lal1666Bharat Book Centre
Prachin Bharat Mein Yaudheya GanarajayaDr. Yoganand Shastri1999Prachin Bharatiya Ithihas Shod Parishad
Kushan Prastar Murtiyon Mein Samaj Evam DharmaSrivastav, Dr. Rani1990Pratibha Prakashan
Bharatiya Kala Ka IthihasBhagvath Saran Upathyay1981Peoples Publishing House Pvt. Ltd
Manifestations of ShivaStella KramrischGeorge H. Marcus1981Philadelphia Museum of Art
Animals in Indian SculptureK. Bharatha Iyer1997Taraporevala
A Dictionary of Buddhist and Hindu Iconography IllustratedFredrick W. Bunce2014DK. Printwworld
Art of the Vijayanagara-Nayakas: Architecture & IconographyR.K.K. Rajarajan2006Sharada Publishing House
Art of the Vijayanagara-Nayakas: Architecture & IconographyR.K.K. Rajarajan2006Sharada Publishing House
Studies in Indian IconographyP.K. Agarwala1994Publication Scheme
Images, Attributes and Motifs: Studies in Early Indian Art and Numismatics, Vol. 1Arundhati Banerji1993Sundeep Prakashan
Images, Attributes and Motifs: Studies in Early Indian Art and Numismatics, Vol. 1Arundhati Banerji1993Sundeep Prakashan
Images, Attributes and Motifs: Studies in Early Indian Art and Numismatics, Vol. 2Arundhati Banerji1993Sundeep Prakashan
Images, Attributes and Motifs: Studies in Early Indian Art and Numismatics, Vol. 2Arundhati Banerji1993Sundeep Prakashan
Hanuman in Art, Culture, Thought and LiteratureShanti Lal Nagar1995Intellectual Publishing House
Elephant in Indian Art And MythologySK Gupta1983Abhinav Publications
Buddhist Iconography In The National Museums Of Tokyo And KyotoA.K. Bhattacharyya2006Indian Museum,Calcutta
Buddhist Iconography In The National Museums Of Tokyo And KyotoA.K. Bhattacharyya2006Indian Museum,Calcutta
Studies in Buddhist IconographyDC Bhattacharyya1978Manohar Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd.
Iconography of Southern IndiaJouveau-Dubreuil G. & Martin, A.C.1978Bharatiya Publishing House
Vaisnava Iconology in Nepal (original done in1970)Pratapaditya Pal1985The Asiatic Society Publication
Elements of Indian Art: Including Temple Architecture, Iconography & IconometryS.P. Gupta, Shashi Prabha Asthana2007Indraprastha Museum of Art & Arch
The Lotus Symbol in Indian Literature and ArtSantona Basu2002Low Price Publications
Horse in Early Indian ArtT K Biswas1987MRML
Elements of Hindu Iconography( 1 Vols. In 2 parts bound in 1)T A Gopinatha Rao1999Low Price Publications
Elements of Hindu Iconography( 2 Vols. In 2 parts bound in 1)T A Gopinatha Rao1999Low Price Publications
Symbols in Art and ReligionKarel Werner1991Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Mythical Animals in indian ArtKrishna Murthy1985Abhinav Publications
Sculpture Inspired by KalidasaC. Sivaramamurti1984KAnak Publications
Sculpture Inspired by KalidasaC. Sivaramamurti1984Kanak Publications
Myths and Symbols in Indian Art and CivilizationHeinrich ZimmerJoseph Campbell1962Harper Torchbooks the Bollingen Library Harper & Brothers,
S.V.University Oriental Series No. 21- Hayagriva The Horseheaded Deity in Indian CultureBabu, Prof. D. Sridhara1990Sri Venkateswara University - Oriental Research Institute
Myths and Deities: Some Aspects of Hindu Iconographic TraditionsRao, G. Satyanarayana1993New Era Publications
Images of Skanda-Karttikeya-Murugan: An Iconographic StudyHaripriya Rangarajan2010Sharada Publishing House
Bull in Early Indian ArtBhogendra Jha2004D.K. PrintWorld
Nandyavarta: An Auspicious Symbol in Indian ArtA.L. Srivastava1991Kitab Mahal
Garuda The Celestial Bird in Indian Art and LiteratureShanti Lal Nagar1992Book India Publishing Co.
Ganesha Beyond the FormLakshmi lal1991IBH Publishers Pvt. Ltd.
Mahabodhi: The Great Buddhist TempleAlexander CunninghamMunshiram Manoharlal Publishers
Monograph On Rock Art And Cave ArtDr. R. Kannan2003The Commissioner of Agriculture and Museums
Epigraphy & ArtS.B. Singh1996Agam Kala Prakashan
Studies in Early buddhist Monuments and Brahmi Inscriptions of Andhra DesaI K Sharma1988Dattsons
Department of Archaeology and Museums, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh Archaeological Seires No. 25, A Monograph on The Discovery of Mural Paintings of Kalyani Chalukyas At AlladurgKhan, Md. Abdul WaheedRamesan, Dr. N.1968Department of Archaeology & Museums, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh
Elements of Buddhist IconographyAnanda K. Coomaraswamy1998Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers
Indian Symbolism- Symbold as Sources of Our Customs and BeliefsRai Govind Chandra1996Munshiram Moharlal Publishers Private Limited
Izzat: Historical Records and Iconography of Indian cavalry Regiments 1750-2007Ashok Nath2009Centre For Armed Forces Historical reserach
Forms of Devotion The Spiritual in Indian Art Vol ISushma K. BahlNiyogi Books, MOSA
Forms of Devotion The Spiritual in Indian Art Vol IISushma K. BahlNiyogi Books, MOSA
Temple of Karnataka(Ground Plans and Elevations)Dr. K.M. Suresh2003Bharatiya Kala Prakashan
Temple of Karnataka(Ground Plans and Elevations)Dr. K.M. Suresh2003Bharatiya Kala Prakashan
Temples and Sculptures of BhubaneshwarKanwar Lal1970Arts & Letters
Temples and Sculptures of BhubaneshwarKanwar Lal1970Arts & Letters
The Vaikuntha Perumal Temple at KanchipuramD. Dennis Hudson2009Prakriti Foundation
Elephanta: The Island Of MysteryOwen C. Kail1984Taraporevala
Markandi TemplesDeo, S. B.1973Nagpur University
Masterpieces of Indian TemplesR.J. Mehta1974Taraporevala Sons & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Later Chola Temples Kulottunga I to Rajendra III ( A.D. 1070 - 1280)Balasubrahmanyam, S.R.1979Mudgala Trust
Temple Art Under The Chola QueensB. Venkataraman1976Thomson Press (India) Ltd.
Early Chalukyan Temples: Art, Architecture & Iconography (with special reference to Aihole)J. Soundararajan2009Sharada Publishing House
Saptarsisvara Temple in the Lower Kaveri Delta: A Study of History Architecture and SculptureR. Ramasamy2003Book India Publishing Co.
Cave Temples of Pandya Country: Art and RitualV. Latha2005Sharada Publishing House
Brahmā Worship: Tradition and IconographyRajani Mishra1989Kanishka Publishing House
Indian TemplesMonod-Bruhl, Levi1952OUP
Musical Instruments in Sculpture in KarnatakaB. Chaitanya Deva1989Motilal Banarsidas
Route Guides to the Study of Indian Temple ArchitectureShankar A. Aiyar1974The Book Centre Centre Pvt. Ltd.
Costume Coiffure And Ornaments In The Temple Sculpture Of Northern AndhraB. Sree Padma1991Agam Kala Prakashan
Buddha Gaya Temple: Its HistoryDipak K. Barua1981Buddha Gaya Temple Management Committee
Temples of South India, India the Land and the PeopleSrinivasan, K. R.1993National Book Trust
Badami・Aihole ・ PattadakalGeorge Michell2011Pictor
Hampi VijayanagaraJohn M Fritz & George Michell2014Jaico Publishing House
ElephantaGeroge Michell2002Jaico Publishing House
Rhythms In Stone: The Temples Of South IndiaIndira Menon2013Ambi Knowledge Resources
A Monograph On Temples Of SrikalahastiG. ChandraiahLal Rosem1998Government of Andhra Pradesh
Architectural And Sculptural Imagery Of Lauriya-NandangarhBalarka Batabyal2003Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Architectural And Sculptural Imagery Of Lauriya-NandangarhBalarka Batabyal2003Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Gujarat University These Publication Series 3 Some Medieval Sculptures of North GujaratH. A. Majumdar1968Gujarat University Ahmedabad
Life of Buddha in Indian SculptureAsita Maha Pratiharya & Ratan Parimoo1982Kanak Publications
Life of Buddha in Indian SculptureAsita Maha Pratiharya & Ratan Parimoo1982Kanak Publications
Cire Perdue Casting in IndiaKrishnan, M.V.1976Kanak Publications
New Satavahana SculpturesP. Sitapati1980The govt of andhra pradesh
Epic Scenes in Indian Plastic ArtKala, Jayantika1988Abhinav Publications
Mathura Sculptures: A Catalogue of sculptures of Mathura School in the Indian Museum, KolkataMangala Chakrabarti2006Indian Museum Kolkata
Mathura Sculptures: A Catalogue of sculptures of Mathura School in the Indian Museum, KolkataMangala Chakrabarti2006Indian Museum Kolkata
Terracotta Figurines From KausambiS C Kala1950The Municipal Museum, Allahabad
Nolamba SculpturesC. Sivaramamurti2000Madras Government Museum
Kushana Sculptures from Sanghol vol 1S P Gupta1985National Museum
Kushana Sculptures from Sanghol vol 1S P Gupta1985National Museum
Kushana Sculptures from Sanghol vol 1S P Gupta1985National Museum
Rare Sculptures, Selections from some Indian Museums Exhibited in JapanSihare, Laxmi P.1984National Museum
Terracotta Figurines Of AhichchhatraVasudeva S. Agarwala1985Prithvi Prakashan
Woman In Indian SculptureM.L. Varadpande2006Abhinav Publications
Sixty Four Yogini Temple HirapurSuresh Balabantaray2010Intach
Eastern Indian bronzesRay, Nihar Ranjan & Khandalavala, K & Gorakshkar, SadashivKarl Khandalavala1986Lalit Kala Akademi
Bactrian Gold From The Excavation of the Tillya Tepe Necropolis In Northern AfghanistanSarianidi, Victor & Tr, by Shkarovsky_Raffe, Arthur1985Aurora Art Publiations
Rati-LilaGuiseppe Tucci1969Nagel Publishers
Indian Sculpture: Masterpieces of Indian, Khmer And Cham ArtM.M. Deneck1962Spring Books
The Sculptural Heritage of TibetDavid Weldon & Jane Casey Singer1999Laurence King
Sculpture Of Western HimalayasDr. V. G. Ohri1991Agam Kala Prakashan
Bronzes of South India, Bulletin of the Madras Govt. Museum Vol. 8P.K. Srinivasan1994The Commissioner of Museums, Govt. Museum
Ajanta: Ajanta painting of the sacred and the secularMadanjeet Singh1965Edita Lausanne
Ajanta: Ajanta painting of the sacred and the secularMadanjeet Singh1965Edita Lausanne
The Great Tradition: Indian Bronze Masterpieces
Masterpieces of Indian Bronzes and Metal SculptureRustam J. Mehta1971Russi Jal Taporewala, for D.B. Taporevala Sons & Co
South Indian BronzesO.C. Ganguly2013Shubhi Publications
South Indian BronzesO.C. Ganguly1978Ranjit Saha, Nababharat Publishers
Indian MetalwareJamila Brij Bhushan1961All India Handicrafts Board, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India
Metal Plating & Patination Cultural, Technical & Historical developmentsSusan La Niece & Paul Craddock1993Butterworth Heinemann
Indian SilverS. K. Pathak2008Lustre Press, Roli Books
Horse BrassesPeter Brears1981Country Life Books
Splendour of SilverDeepthi Sasidharan & Mrinalini VwnateshwaranMewar Charitable Foundation
Cultural Heritage of the DograsJyoteeshwar Pathik/D.C. Sharma1980Light and Life Publishers
Cultural Heritage of the DograsJyoteeshwar Pathik/D.C. Sharma1980Light and Life Publishers
Banganga- Sacred tank on Malabar HillRahul Mehrotra/Sharada Dwivedi1996/2006Eminence Designs Pvt. Limited
Bassein: the Portuguese interludeTeresa Albuquerque2004Wenden Offset Private Limited
Treasure of Indian Art HeritagePrakash ParimalNational Publishing House
Deccan College Building Centenary and Silver Jubilee Series No. 42, Sanchi: a cultural studyM. K. Dhavalikar1965Deccan College Postgraduate & Research Institute, Poona
Deccan College Building Centenary and Silver Jubilee Series No. 42, Sanchi: a cultural studyM. K. Dhavalikar1965Deccan College Postgraduate & Research Institute, Poona
The Vijayanagara-Nayakas: Art And CultureA. Mahalingam2012Sharada Publishing House
Cultural Heritage Of Narmada Valley (Spl. Reference to Hoshangabad)Pankaj Rag, Faiz Ahamad Kidwai, Om Prakash Misra2007Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, District Archaeological Association
Cultural Heritage Of Narmada Valley (Spl. Reference to Hoshangabad)Pankaj Rag, Faiz Ahamad Kidwai, Om Prakash Misra2007Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, District Archaeological Association
The Cultural Heritage of India Volume 1Radhakrishnan, Dr. Sarvepalli (Ed. )1975The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture
The Cultural Heritage of India Volume 3Bhattacharyya, Haridas (Ed. )1975The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture
The Cultural Heritage of India Volume 4Haridas Bhattacharrya1975The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture
The Heritage of the Adil Shahis of BijapurDr.M.A.Nayeem2008Hyderabad Publishers
Indian HeritageVasanti Arun Muzumdar1981Indian Council of Social Welfare, Bombay
Splendours of the Subcontinent: A Prince's Tour Of India 1875-6Kajal Meghani2017Royal Collection Trust
Gwalior FortKalyan Kumar Chakravarty1984Arnold- Heinemann
The Taj at Apollo BunderCharles Allen, Sharada DwivediChandralekha Maitra2010Pictor Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
The Historic Palace Of The Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena Bank: Its Architecture And The Art CollectionLuciano Bellosi2009Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena
Splendours Of The EastMortimer Wheeler1970Hamlyn Publishing Group
A City Icon: Victoria Terminus Bombay 1887 now Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Mumbai 1996Rahul Mehrotra, Sharada Dwivedi2006Eminence Designs Pvt. Ltd.
Mansions of ChettinadBharath Ramamrutham, George MichellAnthony KronerMeenakhi Meyyappan, Graf
Mansions of ChettinadBharath Ramamrutham, George MichellAnthony KronerMeenakhi Meyyappan, Graf
The Vanishing Stepwells of IndiaVictoria Lautman2017Merrell
Discovering Vidisha- Art, Archaeology and ArchitectureYogendra Sharma/Om Prakash Mishra2010Aryan Books International
Religious Traditions at Vijayanagara as Revealed Through Its MonumentsAnila Verghese1995Smerican Institute Of Indian Studies
Lucknow: City of IllusionsEbrahim Alkazi, Rosie Llewellyn-Jones2004Prestel
Invisble City, The Hidden Monuments of DelhiRakhshanda Jalil2008Nyogi Books
Invisble City, The Hidden Monuments of DelhiRakhshanda Jalil2008Nyogi Books
Forts and Strongholds of Rajasthan (1st Pub. 1922)L. P. Mathur1986Inter-India Publications
Goa Dourada: The Indo-Portuguese BouquetT. P. Issar1997T. P. Issar
Indian Architecture: Hindu, Buddhist and JainDr. Surendra Sahai2006Prakash Books
The City Beautiful: A celebration of the architectural heritage and city-aesthetics of BangaloreT.P. Issar1988Bangalore Urban Art Commission
Early Indian Residential ArchitectureMunni Pareek2002Harman Publishing House
Mansions At Dusk: The Havelis of Old DelhiPavan K. Varma1992Spantech Publishers
Thatta Islamic ArchitectureAhmad Hasan DaniInstitute of Islamic History, Culture & Civilization
Abha Narain Lambha Associates: Conservation Architects And Historic Building Consultants
The Guide to the Architecture of the Indian SubcontinentTakeo KamiyaAnnabel Lopez, Bevinda Collaco2004Jindal Art Foundation
Agra And Its Monumental GloryR. Nath1977Taraporevala
Monumental Art And Architecture Of IndiaK. Sundaram1974Taraporevala
Monuments of Himachal PradeshVogel, H. Hargreaves, Hirananda, S.M Sethi2005H.P Academy of Arts, Culture and Languages
Indo-Islamic ArchitectureZiyaud-din Desai1892Publications Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
Forts Of IndiaAmrit Verma1985Publications Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
Forts Of IndiaAmrit Verma1985Publications Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
Glimpses of Architecture in Kerala: Temples and PalacesRamu Katakam2006Rupa & Co.
Shivaji The Last Great Fort ArchitectRamesh Desai1987Maharashtra Information Centre
Architecture of the World: IndiaHenri StierlinBenedikt Taschen
History of Indian & Eastern ArchitectureJames Fergusson2006Low Price Publications
Indo-Turkish ArchitectureMansura HaidarHalil Akinci2010Archaeology & Art Publications
Kashmir- Hindu, Buddhist and Muslim ArchitectureManohar Kaul1971Sagar Publications
The Bhilsa Topes Buddhist Monuments of Central IndiaA. Cunningham2009Aryan Books International
Churches In IndiaP. Thomas1981Publications Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
Ancient Ephesus with reconstructions and aerial photographsM. Dogan GumusDilam Publication
The Queen's Stepwell at PatanKirit Mankodi1991Franco-Indian Research Private Limited
The Crucible of Painting: The Art of Jehangir SabavalaRanjit Hoskote2005Eminence Designs pvt. ltd.
The Poetry of Line and ColorGopal S. AdivrekarThe Great Art Printers
The Poetry of Line and ColorGopal S. AdivrekarThe Great Art Printers
Francis Newton Souza: Dhoomimal Gallery CollectionVinod Bhardwaj2009Dhoomimal Gallery
Francis Newton Souza: Dhoomimal Gallery CollectionVinod Bhardwaj2009Dhoomimal Gallery
Francis Newton Souza: Dhoomimal Gallery CollectionVinod Bhardwaj2009Dhoomimal Gallery
The Wonder of it AllSakti Burman2012Pundole Art Gallery, Apparao Galleries
"Now and Then"Sakti Burman2008UNESCO
"Now and Then"Sakti Burman2008UNESCO
RSA: Rumy Shroff and AssociatesAmita Kanekar2002Rumy Shroff and Associates- Architects
Jamini RoyUma Nair2016Dhoomimal Gallery
Enigmatic VisionsJogen ChowdhuryShernaz Vasunia2005Glenbarra Art Museum
Devalakunda VadirajProfessor S. K. Ramachandra RaoDirectorate of Archaeology and Museums
Remembering The Master: Works by M.F. HusainInstitute of Contemporary Indian Art
Sakti Burman: What's he going to be next?Ranjit Hoskote2016After Image Publishing
Where Art ThouM.F. Husain with Khalid Mohamed2002M.F. Husain Foundation
Where Art ThouM.F. Husain with Khalid Mohamed2002M.F. Husain Foundation
R K Laxman, The Uncommon Man: Collection of works from 1948 to 2008Dr Dharmendra Bhandari2009Dr Dharmendra Bhandari, Indus Ind Bank
Drawings and Engravings a Retrospective Exhibition spanning 40 yearsJatin Das2002The All-India Fine Arts & Crafts Society
Van GoghAndre LeclercThe Hyperion Press
Oriental Scenery: Thomas and William Daniell: The famous coloured aquatints, views in Hindoostan of the Architecture, Landscape &
1977Thos. Agnew & Sons Ltd.Art & Architecture
Raja Ravi Varma: The Painter Prince- 1848-19062003Parsaram Mangharam
India Yesterday and TodayThomas and Wiliam Daniell1990Swan Hill Press
The Wonder of it AllSakti Burman2012Pundole Art Gallery, Apparao Galleries
Sakti Burman: Dreamer on the ArkManasij Majumder2001Pundole Art Gallery
Tyeb Mehta - Ideas Images Exchanges2005Vadhera Art Gallery
Vistaar SH RazaRanjit Hoskote, Ashok Vajpeyi, Yashodhara Dalmia, Avni DoshiAfter Image Publishings (Art Musings)
Ram Kumar: A Journey WithinGagan Gill1996Vadhera Art Gallery
Raja Ravi Varma The Most Celebrated Painter of India 1848—1906Parsaram Mangharam2007Parsaram Mangharam
Raja Ravi Varma (1848-1906)2006The Government of Kerala
Inside India: Quintessential Indian StyleMonisha Bharadwaj1998Kyle Cathie Limited
The Art of Subho TagoreSrichandra Sen1933Thacker Spink Ltd.
Visions: Paintings and SculpturesSomnath Hore, Ganesh Pyne, Bikash Bhattacharjee, Jogen ChowdhuryR. P. Gupta1986Ladies Study Group
Artist Adventurers in Eighteenth Century India: Thomas and William Daniell1974Spink & Son
India and the Daniells: Additional Oil Paintings of India and the EastMaurice Shellim1988Spink London
The Daniells in IndiaSmithsonian Publications
Malerische Reise durch Indien 1786-1794 (Picturesque journey through India 1786-1794)Thomas and William Daniell, Roland SteffanStiftung St. Galler Museum
Daniell: An Illustrated Journey Rounf the WorldThomas, William & Samuel DaniellKatherine Prior2007The Folio Society
The Daniells: Artists and TravellersThomas Sutton1954The Bodley Head
The Daniells: Artists and TravellersThomas Sutton1954The Bodley Head
The Daniells in India And The Waterfall At PapanasamMaurice ShellimThe Statesman Ltd.
India and the DaniellsMaurice Shellim1988Spink London
Duveen: The Story of the most spectacular art dealer of all timesS. N. Behrman2014Daunt Books
Walker's Quarterly: Thomas Daniell (1749-1840), William Daniell (1769-1837)Martin Hardie, Muriel Clayton1932Walker's GalleriesLtd
Walker's Quarterly: Thomas Daniell (1749-1840), William Daniell (1769-1837)Martin Hardie, Muriel Clayton1932Walker's GalleriesLtd
An Ode to the GeniusesAsset & Wealth Management
100 Tributes to Gandhiji on his 100 Portraits by his 100 contemporaries in thier own handwritingsRamesh Thaakar2013Navajivan Publishing House
Trends in Indian PaintingManohar Kaul1961Dhoomimal Ramchand
Stories In Glass: The Stained Glass Heritage of BombayJude HollidayEminence Designs Pvt. Ltd.
The Arts and Antiquities of India an Illustrated Section, Arms and Armour;Standards and Insgnia, Miscellaneous Exhibits, Farmans, Letters Etc.;Specimens of Calligraphy PicturesGordon Sanderson1983Cosmo Publications
The India Collection Catalogue of a Collection of over 2200 Books Covering The British Period1982The British Council
Indian ArtM.M Deneck1967Paul Hamlyn
Art in Detail: 100 MasterpiecesSusie Hodge2016Thames and Hudson
Incredible India: Arrested Movement Sculpture & PaintingKapila Vatsyayan2007Wisdom Tree
Reverse Glass Painting In IndiaAnna L DallapiccolaMalini Saigal2017Niyogi Books
Introduction to Everyday art of IndiaJyotindra Jain1984Om Prakash Jain fro Sanskriti Pratishthan
Introduction to Everyday art of IndiaJyotindra Jain1984Om Prakash Jain fro Sanskriti Pratishthan
Jatakas In Indian ArtShanti Lal Nagar1993Parimal Publications/Radha Publications
Decorative Arts of IndiaM L Nigam1987Salar Jung Museum
Decorative Arts of IndiaM L Nigam1987Salar Jung Museum
Introducing Indian ArtJ. P. Guha1963R. & K. Publishing House
GlassMacdonald Junior Reference LibraryLady Plowden1970B.P.C. Publishing Limited
Great works of Indian ArtDouglas Mannering1996Parragon Book Service
Celebrating India: The Tulika Diary of Indian Crafts (Diary)
Jain Art Publication Series No. 4 - 419 Illustrations of Indian Music and Dance in Western Indian StyleVidya sarabhai Newab1964Sarabhai Manilal nawab
Dancing to the Flute Museum and Dance in Indian ArtPratapaditya Pal1997Thames and Hudson
CreationsMrinalini SarabhaiMapin Publishing
An Introduction to Indian MusicChaitanya B Deva1992Publications Division
Manipuri DancesLeela Roy Dayal1951OUP
The Art of MohiniyattamBharati Shivaji1986Lance International
The Art of MohiniyattamBharati Shivaji1986Lance International
The Art of MohiniyattamBharati Shivaji1986Lance International
Musical Instruments of India History and DevelopmentSangeeta Acharya1983Pankaj Publications
The Dances of India A General Survey and Dancers' GuideRaginald & Jamila Massey1989Tricolour Books
Hindustani Music, India the Land and the PeopleAshok Da Ranade1997National Book Trust
Traditional Folk Media In IndiaShyam Parmar1975Geka Books
The Art of Hindu DanceBhadhury, Manjulika & Chatterjee, Santosh1945Bankim Chandra Chatterjea
Folk Dance of IndiaProjesh Banerji1944Kitabistan
The Antiquities And Art Treasures (Act No. 52 Of 1972) With Rules, 1973 And NotificationsDelhi Law House
The Times Of India: Laxman RekhasNina Martyris2005Bennet, Coleman & Co. Ltd.
5000 Years of Indian ArtSushma K Bahl2016Lustre Press, Roli Books
5000 Years of Indian ArtSushma K Bahl2012Lustre Press, Roli Books
5000 Years of Indian ArtSushma K Bahl2012Lustre Press, Roli Books
Always Looking: Essays on ArtJohn UpdikeChristopher Carduff2012Alfred A Knopf
Tandava- Laksanam or The Fundamentals Of Ancient Hindu DancingVenkata Narayanaswami Naidu, Srinivasulu Naidu, Venkata Rangayya Pantulu1936G.S. Press
The Penguin Dictionary of Indian Classical MusicRaghava R.Menon1995Penguin Books India
Sudarshan Sahoo- A Legacy Set in StoneSudarshan SahooBrijesh Joshi2018Sudarshan Sahoo
Masters of Indian Painting I 110-1650, II 1650-1900Milo C. Beach, Eberhard Fischer, B. N. GoswamyNiyogi Books
Bagta and ChokhaMilo C. Beach, Rawat Nahar Singh IIArtibus Asiae Publishers
Court Painting at UdaipurAndrew TopsfieldArtibus Asiae Publishers
Timur NamaMultiple ArtistsKhuda Baksha Oriental Public Library
Timur NamaMultiple ArtistsKhuda Baksha Oriental Public Library
Baramasa PaintingsS. B. DeshmukhMarathwada University
Album of Art treasures (Series Five): Kangra KalamR. C. SharmaIndian Museum, Kolkata
Master of India Contemporary Art2013Palette Art Gallery
Treasure of Indian Art in Bharat Kala Bhavan: Indian Coins (Part One)Dr. Savita SharmaBanaras Hindu University
Treasure of Indian Art in Bharat Kala Bhavan: Indian Coins (Part One)Dr. Savita SharmaBanaras Hindu University
Treasure of Indian Art in Bharat Kala Bhavan: Indian Coins (Part One)Dr. Savita SharmaBanaras Hindu University
Perspectives on Mughal India, Rulers, Historians, 'Ulama' and SufisSajida Sultana AlviRehana Khandwalla, Manal Shakir and Ghousia Gofran Ali2012Oxford University Press
Private Life of the Mughals of India (1526-1803 A.D.)R.Nath2013Rupa Publications India
The History of Humayun, Humayun-NamaGul-Badan Begam, Annette S. Beveridge (Translator)2001Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers
Workshop and Patron in Mughal InidaJohn SeyllerThomas LawtonPublikationsstiftung
The Taj Mahal- India Under the MogulsDavid CarrollJosph L.GardnerNewsweek Book Division
The Taj MahalDavid CarrollJoseph L.GardnerNewsweek Book Division
Mughal Painters and Their Work- A Biographical Survey and Comprehensive CatalogueSom Prakash Verma1994Oxford University Press, India
Painting the Mughal ExperienceSom Prakash Verma2005Oxford University Press, India
Flora and Fauna In Mughal ArtShanti Swarup1983Russi Jal Taraporevala for D.B. Taraporevala
The Story of Islamic CalligraphyAtiq R. Siddiqui1990P.S. Negi for Sarita Book House, Delhi
Islamic Art Past And ModernNuzhat Kazmi2009Roli Books
MosquesRazia Grover2006Roli Books
Masterpieces of Indo-Islamic ArchitectureRustam J. Mehta1976Taraporevala Sons & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Arts of Mughal India: Studies In Honour Of Robert SkeltonRosemary Gill, Susan Stronge, Andrew Topsfield2004Victoria And Albert Museum, Mapin Publishing
Mughal India- Art, Culture and EmpireJ.P. Losty and Malini Roy2012The British Library
Islamic CalligraphyYasin Hamid Safadi1978Thames and Hudson
A guide to Indian MiniaturesPramod Ganpatye1994National Museum
The Indian Heritage- Court life and Arts under Mughal RuleVictoria and Albert Museum1982Festival of India/Victoria and Albert Museum
The Glory of Indian MiniaturesDr Daljeet1988Mahindra Publications
Mughal Painting During Jehangir's TimeAsok Kumar Das1978Professor Dilip Coomer Ghose for the Asiatic Society
Mughal Painting During Jehangir's TimeAsok Kumar Das1978Professor Dilip Coomer Ghose for the Asiatic Society
Mughal Painting During Jehangir's TimeAsok Kumar Das1978Professor Dilip Coomer Ghose for the Asiatic Society
Mughal Painting During Jehangir's TimeAsok Kumar Das1978Professor Dilip Coomer Ghose for the Asiatic Society
A Monograph on Moslem CalligraphyMohammed Ziauddin1936Vishwa-Bharati Bookshop
Islamic Calligraphy in Medieval IndiaPares I.S.M. Rahman1979University Press Limited, Bangladesh
Collection of Mughal MiniaturesTrimex
The Gardens of Mughal IndiaSylvia Crowe/Sheila Haywood1972Thames and Hudson
Miniatures Mogholes- Mogolminiaturen1994Musees Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire/Musee National de New Delhi, India
Neither Islamic nor Persian- A History of Mughal PaintingSuhail Zaheer Lari2002The Heritage Foundation
Bijapur And Its Architectural RemainsHenry Cousens1977K.B. Publications
Treasure of IslamPhilip Bamborough1976Blandford Press
Outlines of Islamic CultureA.M.A Shustery1992BAPPCO- Bangalore Printing and Publishing Co. Private Limited
Indian MiniaturesMario BussagliPaul Hamlyn1969The Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd.
Indian MiniaturesMario BussagliPaul Hamlyn1969The Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd.
Mir Ali Heravi- A Selection of The Persian and Hindu Albums from Global MuseumsMohamad Mahdi Zaredar/Gholamhossein Amirkhani2014Ravagh-E Honar
Miniatures of Babur-NamaProfessor Hamid Suleiman1978"Fan" Publishing house of the Uzbek SSR, Tashkent
King of the World- The PadshahnamaOliver Everett1997Azimuth Editions Limited and Smithsonian Institution
King of the World- The PadshahnamaOliver Everett1997Azimuth Editions Limited and Smithsonian Institution
A Leaf Turns Yellow: The Sufis of AwadhMuzaffar Ali2013Rumi Foundation
Princes and Painters in Mughal Delhi, 1707-1857William Dalrymple & Yuthika Sharma2012Penguin Studio
Princes and Painters in Mughal Delhi, 1707-18572012Asia Society, Yale University Press
The Tiger and the Thistle- Tipu Sultan and the Scots in India 1700-1800Anne Buddle1999The Trustees of the National Gallery of Scotland
Mughal Style- The Art and Architecture of Islamic IndiaGeorge MitchelllCarmen Kagal2007India Book House
Made For Mughal Emperors-Royal Treasures From HindustanSusan StrongeNeelam Narula2010Roli Books
Indian Miniature Painting- 16th through 19th CenturiesR.K. Tandan1982Natesan Publishers
Court Paintings from India and Persia 1500-1900Francesca Galloway2016Francesca Galloway
Indian Miniature PaintingsAnjan Chakraverty1996Lustre Press Private Limited
Angels And Madonnas In IslamDr. Franz-Josef VollmerFranz-Josef Vollmer
The Kidnapping of Amir HamzaMamta Dalal Mangaldas, Saker Mistri2007HarperCollins Children's Book
The MiniaturistKunal Basu2017HarperCollins Book
The Mughal Empire From Jahangir to Shah JahanEbba Koch, Ali Anooshahr2019Marg
Masterpieces of Hoysala Art Belur-Halebid-SomnathpurS. K. Maity1978Taraporevala Sons & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Masterpieces of Hoysala Art Belur-Halebid-SomnathpurS. K. Maity1978Taraporevala Sons & Co. Pvt. Ltd.
Aspects of Indian Art and CultureS.K. Saraswati??
Gupta Art (A History of Indian Art in the Gupta period 300-600 A.D.)Prof Vasudeva S.AgrawalaDr. Prithvi K.Agrawala1977Prithvi Prakashan
Matrkas: Mothers In Kushan ArtN.P. Joshi1986Kanak Publications
Matrkas: Mothers In Kushan ArtN.P. Joshi1986Kanak Publications
Maurya and Post-Maurya ArtRay, Niharranjan1975ICHR
Pre-Kushan Art Of MathuraVasudeva S. Agrawala1984Prithvi Prakashan
Early Chola ArtS.R. Balasubrahmanyam1966Asia Publishing House
The Heritage Of Indian ArtV.S. Agrawala1964Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
The Heritage Of Indian ArtV.S. Agrawala1964Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
The Heritage Of Indian ArtV.S. Agrawala1964Publication Division, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Tanjavur Painting of the Maratha PeriodJaya Appasamy1980Abhinav Publications
Fine Arts in Ancient IndiaAnil Baran Ganguly1979Shakti Malik, Abhinav Publications
A History of Indian Paintings, Manuscripts, Moghul and Deccani TraditionsKrishna Chaitanya1979Abhinav Publications
Glorious art of the Sunga ageB.C. Sinha1985Durga Publications
A Concise History of Indian ArtRoy C. Craven1976OUP
A Concise History of Indian ArtRoy C. Craven1976OUP
Art And TraditionAsit Kumar Haldar1952The Universal Publishers Ltd.
Thakkura Pheru's Rayanaparikkha A Medieval Prakrit Text On GemmologyS.P. Sarma1984Viveka Publications
The Timeline History of Islamic Art and ArchitectureNasser D. Khalili2005Worth Press
India: Treasures from an Indian WorldMarilia AlbanseValeria Manferto De Fabianis2001White Star s.p.a.
Paintings of Bygone Years1991Published Mrs. Jean Trindade By Vakils, Feffer and Sons
A Secret Garden- Indian Paintings from the Porret CollectionB.N Goswamy, Jeremiah P.Losty and John Seyller2013Scheideggar and Spiess
Sultans of Deccan India 1500-1700: Opulence and FantasyNavina Najat Haidar, Marika Sardar2015The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Sufi & Mystic IndiaNandini Mahesh2009Ninaad Music & Marketing Pvt. Ltd
Mughal Silver Magnificence- Magnificence de L'Argenterie Moghole (XVI-XIXth Century) (English and French Text)Terlinden, Christiane (Ed.)1987Antalaga
Masterpieces Of Rashtrakuta Art The KailasM.K. Dhavalikar1983D.B. Taraporevala Sons & Co.
Masterpieces Of Rashtrakuta Art The KailasM.K. Dhavalikar1983D.B. Taraporevala Sons & Co.
Masterpieces Of Vijayanagara ArtS. Rajasekhara1983Taraporevala
Masterpieces Of Vijayanagara ArtS. Rajasekhara1983Taraporevala
Paper, Parchment, Steel and Stone- Calligraphy and the Arts of Islam from 8th to the 19th centurySimon Ray1998Spink, London
The Spirit of Indian Painting: Close Encounters with 101 Great Works 1100-1900B.N. Goswamy2014Penguin Books
Ancient Artists And Art-ActivityR.N. Misra1975Indian Institute Of Advanced Study Simla
Hindu Culture in Greater IndiaSwami Sadanand1949All India Arya Dharma Sewa Sangha
The Art of Ancient India Buddhist, Hindu, JainSusan L. Huntington, John C. Huntington1985Weather Hill
Masterpieces of Pallava ArtS.K. Maity1982Russi Jal Taporevala for D.B. Taporevala
Arts of India 1500-1900, Victoria & Albert MuseumJohn Guy, Deborah Swallow1990Victoria & Albert Museum
The Social Function of ArtBadhakamal Mukherjee1951Hind Kitabs Limited
Treasures Of The Deccan: Jewels Of The Nizams & Painted VisionsNavina Najat Haider2018graf
Orientalism, Western Conceptions of the OrientEdward W. Said2001Penguin Books
199 Sketches from AjantaN.L. BoseCopyright: Supratik Bose2019Pundole's
Living Traditions in Indian Art2010Museum of Sacred Art, Mapin Publishing
Buddhist Art And Culture: Symbols & SignificanceArputhRani Sengupta2013Agam Kala Prakashan
Buddhist Art And Culture: Symbols & SignificanceArputhRani Sengupta2013Agam Kala Prakashan
Miniature Paintings and Sculptures on KrsnaShantilal Nagar2003B.R. Publishing Corp.
I See No Stranger: Early Sikh Art and DevotionB.N. Gosway, Caron Smith2006Rubin Museum of Art, Mapin Publishing
Forms of the Formless- The Hindu VisionAlaister Shearer1993Thames and Hudson Limited, London
Christian Painting In India Through The CenturiesMathew LederleGujarat Sahitya Prakash
The Cult of Trees and Tree-Worship in Buddhist-Hindu SculptureM. S. RandhawaAll India Fine Arts & Crafts Society
Srivatsa: The Babe Of Goddess SriDr. Prithvi K. Agrawala1974Prithvi Prakashan
Srivatsa: The Babe Of Goddess SriDr. Prithvi K. Agrawala1974Prithvi Prakashan
Trans-Himalayan Wall PaintingsA. K. Singh1985Agam Kala Prakashan
Chitrasutra of the VishnudharmottraC. Sivaramamurti1978Jayant Baxi for Kanak Publications
Chitrasutra of the VishnudharmottraC. Sivaramamurti1978Jayant Baxi for Kanak Publications
Chitrasutra of the VishnudharmottraC. Sivaramamurti1978Jayant Baxi for Kanak Publications
Sri Lakshmi in Indian Art and ThoughtC. Sivaramamurti1982Kanak Publications
Sri Lakshmi in Indian Art and ThoughtC. Sivaramamurti1982Kanak Publications
Perceptions From The PrecipiceGopikrishna2013Art Musings
Sacred Hindu SymbolsGautam Chatterjee2001Abhinav Publications
Images of Devi in Pahari PaintingsChhote BharanyC. Sivaramamurti1984Clarion Books
FACE: Folk Art and Cultural ExpressionsGeorge J. Thaliyath2013Folklore Museum
Birth of Bhakti in Indian Religion and ArtPande, Susmita1982Books & Books
Studies In Buddhist Art Of South AsiaA.K. Narain1985Kanak Publications
Studies In Buddhist Art Of South AsiaA.K. Narain1985Kanak Publications
Ancient Indian Mother-Goddess Votive DiscsDr Prithvi Agrawala1983Books Asia/Prithivi Prakashan
The Palio and its Image: History Culture and Representation of Siena's FestivalMaria A. Ceppari Ridolfi, Marco Ciampolini, Patrizia Turrini2001Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena
Christianity in Asia: Sacred Art and Visual SplendourPedro Moura Carvalho2016Asian Civilisations Museum
Christianity in Asia: Sacred Art and Visual SplendourPedro Moura Carvalho2016Asian Civilisations Museum
Christianity in Asia: Sacred Art and Visual SplendourPedro Moura Carvalho2016Asian Civilisations Museum
Aspects of Jaina Art and ArchitectureU.P. Shah, M.A. DhakyU.P. Shah, M.A. Dhaky1975Gujurat State Commitee for the Celebration of 2500th Anniversary of Bhagvan Mahaviras Nirvana
Treasures of Jaina BhandarasUmkant P.ShahDalsukh Malvania, Nagin J. Shah1978Dr. N.J. Shah, Director, L.D. Institute of Technology
On the Path to Nirvana: BuddhismSwati Chopra, Lokesh Chandra2005Brijbasi Art Press Ltd.
The Peaceful Liberators: Jain Art from IndiaPratapaditya Pal1996Los Angeles County Museum of Art
A Library Of Manuscripts from India2016Sam Fogg Ltd.
The Word is Sacred and Sacred is the WordB.N. Goswamy2006Niyogi Offset Private Limited
More Documents Of Jaina Paintings And Gujarati Paintings Of Sixteenth And Later CenturiesDr. Umakant P. Shah1976L.D. Institute Of Indology
Rishis In Indian Art And LiteratureC. Sivaramamurthi1981Kanak Publications
Rishis in Indian Art and LiteratureC. Sivaramamurti1981Jayant Baxi for Kanak Publications
Tantrayana An AlbumS.K. Saraswati1977Asiatic Society
Tantrayana An AlbumS.K. Saraswati1977Asiatic Society
Tantrayana An AlbumS.K. Saraswati1977Asiatic Society
Jaina PaintingsKiran Kumar Thapyal1995Wiely Eastern
Jaina Shrines in IndiaO. P. Tandon2002Publications Division M.
Belur1992Art Publishers of India
Mural Painting in IndiaJ.C. Nagpal1988Gian Publishing House
The Mucukunda Murals in the Tyagarajaswami temple, TiruvarurV.K. Rajamani and David Shulman2011Prakriti Foundation
Reflections of Indian ConsciousnessR.C. Mishra2008The Director General, The National Museum, Delhi
The Oxford Dictionary of Christian Art and ArchitecturePeter And Linda MorrayTom Devonshire2004Oxford univeristy Press
South Indian PaintingsC. Sivaramamurti
Garhwal PaintingMukandi Lal1982Publications Division, Ministry of Information & Boardcasting
Nainsukh of Guler: A Great Indian Painter froma Small Hill StateBN Goswamy2011Niyogi Books
Pahari MastersBN Goswamy and Eberhard Fischer2009Niyogi Books
Deccani Scroll Paintings, in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian ArtJagdish Mittal2014Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian Art, Hyderabad
Deccani Scroll Paintings, in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian ArtJagdish Mittal2014Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian Art, Hyderabad
Pahari Drawings in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian ArtJagdish Mittal, John Seyller2013Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian Art
Deccani Paintings, Drawings, and Manuscripts in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian ArtJagdish Mittal, John Seyller2018Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian Art
Deccani Paintings, Drawings, and Manuscripts in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian ArtJagdish Mittal, John Seyller2018Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of Indian Art
India's Fabled City: The Art of Courtly LucknowStephen Markel, Tushara Bindu Gude2011Los Angeles County Museum of Art, DelMonico Books
Arts of HimachalVishwa Chander Ohri1975State Museum Simla
Arts of HimachalVishwa Chander Ohri1975State Museum Simla
Chamba PaintingsM.S. Randhawa1967Lalit Kala Akademi
The Ramayana In Pahari Miniature PaintingJutta Jain-Neubauer1981L. D. Iinstitute of Indology
Paintings of Tanjore and MysoreChintamani Vya and Dr.Daljee1988Vishwanath Sharma, Geeta Publishers Jhansi
Wall Paintings of RajasthanY. K. Shukla1980Nagin J. Shah
The Splendour of South IndiaS. MuthiahMonisha Mukundan1992UBSPD
Splendour Of Malwa PaintingsM.D Khare, D. KhareCosmo Publications
Deccan WoodworkM.S. Mate1967Deccan College
Guler PaintingM.S. Randhawa, D.S. Randhawa1982Publications Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
Art Of ManipurNilima Roy1979Agam Kala Prakashan
Kangra Valley PaintingM.S. Randhawa1954Publications Division, New Delhi
Mathura Kala (Catalogue of Mathura Sculptures in National Museum)Late Dr. Shashi Prabha AsthanaS.P. Gupta1999National Museum
Arts of Bengal an Exhibition organized by Whitechapel Art Gallery in collabration with the Victorial and Albert Museum The Heritage of Bangladesh and eastern India1980Manchester City Art Gallery
Tribal Arts and Crafts of Madhya PradeshShampa Shah1996Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd
Tribal Arts and Crafts of Madhya PradeshShampa Shah1996Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd
East Indian Art Styles: A Study in Parallel TrendsB. N. Mukherjee1980K P Bagchi & Company
Pahari Folk ArtO.C. Handa1975Taraporevala
Paintings From The Rajput CourtsAndrew Topsfield1986Indar Pasricha Fine Arts
Mathura TerracottasVasudeva S. Agrawala1984Prithvi Prakashan
Mathura TerracottasVasudeva S. Agrawala1984Prithvi Prakashan
Painting As A Source Of Rajasthan HistoryRam Pande1984Jaipur Publishing House
The Art And Architecture Of ManduProfessor S.K. Bhatt2002Academy Of Indian Numismatics And Sigillography Indore
The Art And Architecture Of ManduProfessor S.K. Bhatt2002Academy Of Indian Numismatics And Sigillography Indore
The Art And Architecture Of ManduProfessor S.K. Bhatt2002Academy Of Indian Numismatics And Sigillography Indore
Descriptive Catalogue Of Rajasthani ManuscriptsAmbika Charan Mhamia2003The Asiatic Society
Myths And Legends Of Champaner PavagadhSonal Mithal ModiHeritage Trust
Himalayan ArtMadanjeet Singh1971UNESCO Art Books, the Macmillan Company
Himalayan ArtMadanjeet Singh1971UNESCO Art Books, the Macmillan Company
South Indian Portraits In Stone And MetalT.G. Aravamuthan1988Asian Educational Services
Patna PaintingMildred Archer1947Royal India Society
Andhra Arts and Crafts1990Gayathri Ramachandran
100 Years survey of Punjab Painting (1841-1941)K.C. Aryan1975Gurcharan Singh, Punjabi University, Patiala
The Art of Indian AsiaHeinrich ZimmerJoseph Campbell1984Motilal Banarasidass
Ceramic Traditions in South India (Down to 300 A.D)S Gurumurthy1981University of Madras
The Art of India: KhajurahoKalyan Kumar Chakravarty1985Arnold-Heinemann Publishers
Eastern Encounters: Four Centuries Of Painting And Manuscripts From The SubcontinentEmily Hannam2018Royal India Society
The Arts of ChampaCarl Heffley1972Cultural Affair Office
Kangra Paintings on LoveRandhawa, M. S.1962National Museum
Calico Painting & Printing in the East Indies in the XVIIth and XVIIIth CenturiesG.P. Parker2013
Costumes and Textiles of Royal IndiaRitu KumarCathy MuscatChristies Books, London
Costume, Textiles and Jewellery of India- Traditions in RajasthanVandana BhandariMercury Books, London
Masterpieces of Indian TextilesRustam J.Mehta1970Russsi Jal Taporewala, for D.B. Taporewala and Sons
Tanabana- Handwoven and Handcrafted Textiles of IndiaMallika Sarabhai2007Ministry of Textiles, Government of India
Indian Costumes In The Collection of The Calico Museum of Textiles: 18th to mid 20th century mostly from North and Western IndiaB.N. Goswamy, Kalyan Krishna2010Calico Museum
Indian Jewellery, Ornaments and Decorative DesignsJamila Brij BhushanJ.H. Taporewala
Negar-E-Zan An Historical Pageant of Women's Dress On IranHouri H.Moghadam1973The International Women's Club of Iran
Expressions: Ethnic Indian Textile DesignsBy K.Prakash1992K. Prakash
Indian Armours- In the National Museum Collection- A CatalogueG.N. Pant, K.K. SharmaM.C. Pandey2001National Museum, New Delhi
Indian Armours- In the National Museum Collection- A CatalogueG.N. Pant, K.K. SharmaM.C. Pandey2001National Museum, New Delhi
Three Centuries of Moghul and Rajput Costumes- LibaasTalmiz Ahmad2002The National Museum, Riyadh
Indian JewelleryM L Nigam2001Lustre Press, Roli Books Ltd.
Masterpieces of Indian JewellleryJamila Brijbhushan1979Russi Jal Taporevala for D.B. Taporevala
Indian CostumesAnamika PattnaikDipa Chaudhuri/Padma Pegu2006Roli Books
A Study Of The Beads From KausambiManik Chandra Gupta1997Swabha Prakashan
Indian Textiles- A Select BibliographyI.B. Singh, S.B. Singh1986Bharat Kala Bhavan
Costumes and Ornaments as depicted in the Early sculptures of the Gwalior MuseumSulochana Ayyar1987K.M. Mittal, Mittal Publications
The History of BeadsLois Sher Dubin1995Thames and Hudson
Military Costumes of India (from the Earliest Times)Thapliyal, Dr. U. P.1991Historical Section Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India
Military Costumes of India (from the Earliest Times)Thapliyal, Dr. U. P.1991Historical Section Ministry of Defence, Govt. of India
Indian Beads A Cultural and Technological StudyDeo, S . B.2000Deccan College & Postgraduate Research Institute
Indian Costume (Bharatiya Vesabhusa)G.S. Ghurye1951G.R. Bhatkal, Popular Book Depot
Etched Beads In IndiaMoreshwar Gangadhar Dikshit1949Deccan College & Postgraduate Research Institute
Indo-Greek JewelleryChandra, Rai Govinda1973Abhinav Publishing
Dress and Jewellery of Women: Satavahana to KakatiyaC.S. Uma Maheshwari1995New Era Publications
Dress and Jewellery of Women: Satavahana to KakatiyaC.S. Uma Maheshwari1995New Era Publications
Jade Collection in the Salar Jung MuseumDr.M.L.Nigam1979Salar Jung Museum Board, Hyderabad
Silk BrocadesAgrawal, Yashodhara2006Roli Books Pvt Ltd
By My Sword and Shield' Traditional weapon of the Indian WarriorE. Jaiwant Paul1995The Lotus Collection
Ancient Indian CostumeRoshen Alkazi1996Art Heritage
Ancient Indian CostumeRoshen Alkazi1996Art Heritage
Great Diamonds of IndiaMonisha BharadwajMonisha Ahmed2002India Book House Private Limited
Meissen Porcelain Plauen LaceHoffman, Hans-Joachim1983GDR Centre for Art Exhibitions
Oriental carpetsMichele CampanaPaul Hamlyn1969The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited
A Knight and His ArmourOakeshott, R. Ewart1961Lutterworth Press
Woven Wonders: The Tradition of Indian TextilesAshna Mathur2002Rupa & Co.
Geometric PatternsPepin Press
Textiles for Temple, Trade and DowryJyotindra JainSankriti Museum of Everyday Art, New Delhi
Oriental Rugs: A Buyers GuideLee Allane1988Thames and Hudson Ltd, London
Important English Furniture and Decorations1986Sotheby's
Indian KaleenThe Handicrafts and Handlooms Exports
Oriental Rugs, Care and RepairMajid Amini1981Orbis Publishing Ltd.
Handmade Rugs From Practically AnythingLaury, Jean Ray & Aiken, Joyce1971Thomas Nelson Ltd.
Carpets and Floor Coverings of IndiaKamaladevi Chattopadhyay1969Russi Jal Taporevala for D.B. Taporevala
Carpets and Floor Coverings of IndiaKamaladevi ChattopadhyayD.B. Taporevala1976Russi Jal Taporevala for D.B. Taporevala
Oriental CarpetsUlrich Schurmann1979Ebeling Publishing Ltd.
All Colour Book of Oriental Carpets and RugsStanley Reed1972Octopus Books Limited
Rugs and Carpets from the CaucasusLiatif Kerimov, Nonna Stephanian, Tatyana Grigoliya, David Tsitsivili1984Allen Lane/ Penguin Books
Oriental Carpet IdentifierIan Brennet1996Granze Books
A Study Of Stone Beads In Ancient IndiaNiharika1993Bharatiya Kala Prakashan
The Ring of Truth, Myths of Sex and JewelryWendy Doniger2017Speaking Tiger Publishers
Kama Sutra1996Lustre Press, Roli Books Pvt. Ltd
Erotica: The Art of LovingDr. Prakash KothariRachna Kothari2010VRP Publications
Erotica: The Art of LovingDr. Prakash KothariRachna Kothari2010VRP Publications
Ancient Indian Massage: Traditional Massage Techniques Based of the AyurvedaHarish Johari1988MRML
The Kamasutra of VatsyayanaAditya Patankar1988Lustre Press
The Erotic Sentiment in the Paintings of India and Nepal: The Pillow Book, Volume OneNik Douglas, Penny Slinger1989Park Street Press
The Perfumed GardenFowkes, Ches Ed. Burton, Sir Richard1989Hamlyn
The Religion of LoveLal, Kanwqar1971Arts & Letters
The Love Teachings of Kama Sutra With Extracts from Koka Shastra, Ananga Ranga and other Famous Indian Works on LoveSinha, Indra1996Bookwise India Pvt Ltd.
KamayogaMulk Raj Anand1991Arnold Publishers (India) Pvt Ltd.
The Perfumed GardenFowkes, Ches Ed. Burton, Sir Richard1989Hamlyn
The Cult of Desire: An Interpretation of Erotic Sculpture of IndiaKanwar Lal1966Asia Press
The Cult of Desire: An Interpretation of Erotic Sculpture of IndiaKanwar Lal1966Asia Press
Temples of Love: KhajurahoPramila Poddar, Pramod Kapoor1992Lustre
Kamasutra2002Oxford University Press
Kama Kalpa Or The Hindu Ritual Of LoveP. Thomas1959D.B.Taraporevala Sons & Co. Private Ltd.
Sexual SecretsNik Douglas/Penny Slinger1979Arrow Books Limited
The Joy of Sex- A Gourmet Guide to Love-makingAlex Comfort1986Pocket Books
Arts of People 1, From Goddess to Pin-up: Icons of Femininity in Indian Calender Art2000Fukuoka Art Museum
Pundole's: The Works On Paper Sale2018Pundole's
Classical And Modern Indian Art2016Pundole's
Indian Art: Classical To Modern2015Pundole's
The Fine Art Sale: Including Works From The Collections Of Roshan Sabavala And Emanuel Schlesinger2015Pundole's
Pundole's: The Fine Art Sale2017Pundole's
Art Of The Himalayas: From The Collection Of Roshan Sabavala2014Pundole's
Property From The Estate Of The Late Ernevaz K. Dubash2015Pundole's
Tree MattersGangu Bai, Gita Wolf, B. Geeta2014Tara Books Private Limited
Tree MattersGangu Bai, Gita Wolf, B. Geeta2014Tara Books Private Limited
BhimayanBhimrao Ramji AmbedkarNavayana
The Enduring ArkJoydeb Chitrakar, Geeta wolf2012Tara Books
Sita's RamayanSamhita Arni, Moina Chitrakar2015Tara Books
Sultana's DreamDurga Bai (Illustration)2014Tara Books Private Limited
8 ways to draw fishLuisa Martela with various artists
Satrangi: A Gond Expression2015Ojas Art Ward
Mattancherry MixSosa JosephGalerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke
The Art of Banking: The art collection of the Internationale Nederland BankNMB Bank
Aditi1982The Handicrafts and Handlooms Exports Corporation of India Ltd
Aditi1982The Handicrafts and Handlooms Exports Corporation of India Ltd
Treasure house of Medieval Cairo LifeThe Genzah Collection of the Ben Ezra Synogogue
Art Exhibit 2016: Masters of Modern ArtGlobal Art Hub
The Museum of Art & PhotographyMAP
The Prado GuideMaria Dolores Jimenez- BlancoMuseo Nacional Del Prado
Catalogue of the exhibition of paintings of Rampur Raza Library held at India Inyernational Centre, New DelhiDr. W.H. Siddiqi2006Dr. W.H. Siddiqi
Varunika Saraf: The Chair in the Cloud2010Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke
Akshaya Kumar Maitreya Museum Incorporating Raja Rajaram Museum Collection North Bengal University Catalogue Part II (Sculptures)Pranab Kumar Bhattacharyya2005K.P. Bagchi & Company
Francisi Awadhi Ta'allugaat
Art Exhibit 2017: Indian Modern and Contemporay Works on Paper (The Highlights)2017Global Art Hub
Such Treasure and Rich MerchandizeAnnamma Spudich2008NCBS
Such Treasure and Rich MerchandizeAnnamma Spudich2008NCBS
Revisiting Gandhi: The art of Shelly Jyoti 2009-2018Shelly Jyoti2018Archana Advertising Pvt. Ltd.
Revisiting Gandhi: The art of Shelly Jyoti 2009-2018Shelly Jyoti2018Archana Advertising Pvt. Ltd.
The Craft Traditions Of IndiaJaya Jaitly1990Lusture Press
Handicrafts In IndiaT.M. Abraham1964Graphics Columbia
Sixty Years of Writing on Art & Crafts in India (from Roopa-lekha 1928-88)Ram Dhamija1988Sterling Publishers
Sixty Years of Writing on Art & Crafts in India (from Roopa-lekha 1928-88)Ram Dhamija1988Sterling Publishers
The Handicrafts Of Tamil NaduThe Tamilnadu Handicrafts Development Corp. Ltd.
Handicrafts Of West BengalS. Chakraborty, R.K. Bari1991Institute of Art And Handicraft
Finding My WayVenkat Raman Singh, Shyam S. Anand2016Navayana Publishing
Census of India 1961, Vol. 05, Part-07-A, Selected Crafts of GujaratR.K. Trivedi1968Superintendent of Census Operations
Auspicious Designs: Batik for Peranakan AltarLee, Kerlogue, Chiesa, Joseph2015Asian Civilisations Museum
Crafts Of Jammu, Kashmir & LadakhKamal Sahai (photography)Jaya Jaitly1990Mapin Publishing Pvt Ltd
Handicrafts of IndiaKamaladevi Chattopadhyay1985Indian Council For Cultural Relations
Handicrafts of IndiaKamaladevi Chattopadhyay1975Indian Council For Cultural Relations
Arts And Crafts Of IndiaIlay Cooper, John Gillow1996Thames & Hudson
Pottery Techniques In Peasant IndiaBaidyanath Saraswati, Nab Kishore Behura1966Anthropological Survey Of India
Handcrafted Indian Enamel JewelleryRita Devi Sharma, M. Varadarajan2004Roli Books
Indian HandicraftsKamaladevi Chattopadhyaya1963Allied Publishers
Industrial Arts of IndiaB.K. Bhattacharjee1998Indian Publishers Distributors
Jangarh KalamUdayan Vajpeyi2008Tribal Welfare Department, Madhya Pradesh
Jangarh Singh Shyam- A Conjuror's ArchiveJyotindra Jain2018Mapin Publishing, Ahmedabad
Many IndiasDr. Alka Pande (Curator)2016The Kanha Museum of Life and Art, Gallerie AK, Must Art Gallery
WaterlifeRambharos Jha2015Tara Books Pvt. Ltd.
Alone In The ForestBhajju Shyam, Gita Wolf, Andrea Anastasio2012Tara Books
Hope Is A Girl Selling FruitAmrita Das2013Tara Books
Tribal Art And CraftA.K. Das1979Agam Kala Prakashan
Now That The Trees Have SpokenRanjit Hoskote2009Pundole Art Gallery
The Painted World of the Warlis: Art and Ritual of the Warli Tribes of MaharashtraYashodhara Dalmia1988Lalit Kala Akademi, New Delhi
Jangarh Singh Shyam: Drawings & Paintings from the Crites Collection2015Mitchell S. Crites
Following My Paint BrushDulari Devi, Gita Wolf2010Tara Books
between Memory and Museum: a dialogue with folk and tribal artsArun Wolf and Gita Wolf2015Tara Books Private Ltd.
Do!Gita Wolf2014Tara Books
Pata-Painting Of OrissaB. Mohanty1984Publications Division, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
The Art of Bhajju Shyam Master Gond Artist2016Ojas Art
Paramparik Karigar: an association of craftspersons2011Spenta Multimedia
Paramparik Karigar: an association of craftspersonsBrinda GillSeetha Natesh, Lipi Mehta2013Maneek Daveer, Spenta Multimedia
Handmade in India: A Geographical Encyclopedia Of Indian HandicraftsAditi Ranjan, M.P Ranjan2007Mapin Publishing
The Night Life of TreesBhajju Shyam, Durga Bai, Ram Singh Urveti2015Tara Books
The Night Life of TreesBhajju Shyam, Durga Bai, Ram Singh Urveti2006Tara Books
Indian Crafts: Development and PotentialD.N. Saraf1985Vikas Publishing House
Crafts Atlas of IndiaJaya Jaitly2012Niyogi Books
Crafts Atlas of IndiaJaya Jaitly2012Niyogi Books
Gobble You Up!Gita Wolf2013Tara Books Pvt. Ltd.
CreationBhajju Shyam, Gita Wolf2014Tara Books
CreationBhajju Shyam, Gita Wolf2014Tara Books
The Fabric of India2015V&A Publishing
Paramparik Karigar: Gadwakam, Kalamkari, Mithila Kala, Mitti Kam, Tana Bana2005Paramparik Karigar Publication
The Cloth of the Mother GoddessJagdish Chitara2015Tara Books
AranyakasDr Alka Pande2016The Kanha Museum of Life and Art
Signature: Patterns in Gond ArtGita Wolf, Bhajju Shyam, Jonathan Yamakami2010Tara Books
Ganjifa The Playing Cards of India a general survey, with a catalogue of the Victoria and Albert Museum CollectionRudolf Von Leyden1982Victoria & Albert Museum
Jangarh Kalam: Contemporary Art of the AdivasisUdayan Vajpeyi2010Art Alive Gallery
Tribal Ornaments2009Tribal Research & Development Institute
Rerouted Realities: Santosh Kumar Das, Exhibition CatalogueKathryn Myers2018
Village of Painters: Narrative Scrolls from West BengalFrank J. Korom2006Museum of New Mexico
Satrangi: Bengal PatachitraOjas ArtOjas Art2018
Satrangi: The Art Of BheelOjas ArtOjas Art2017
Satrangi: Art of the WarlisOjas ArtOjas Art2019
Beasts of IndiaKanchana Arni and Gita Wolf2017Tara Books Private Limited
Indian Art Series: Madhubani ArtBharti Dayal2015Niyogi Books, Museum of Sacred Art (MOSA)
A Picturesque Tour Along the River Ganges and Jumna in India : Consists of twenty four highly finished and coloured views, a map, and vignettes, from original drawings made on the spot; with illustrations, historical and depictiveLieutenant-Colonel ForrestRackermann
Indian Painting for the British 1780-1880Niall Hobhouse2001Walpole Gallery
India of RajahsLouis Rousselet1985Franco Maria Ricci
The Vision Of KingsMichael Brand1996National Gallery Of Australia
Maps of DelhiPilar Maria Guerrieri2017Niyogi Books
Adapting the Eye: An Archive Of The British In India, 1770-18302011Yale Centre For British Art
Indian Painting during the British Period1986Hobhouse Limited
Gaekwad CenotaphsGupte, Taramati1947Baptist Mission Press
Kashmir Painted by Major E Molyneux as described by Sir Francis YounghusbandSir Francis Younghusband1908A&C Black
Impossible Picturesqueness Edward Lear's Indian Watercolors, 1873-1875Dehejia, Vidya1989Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd.
Picturesque Views of India Sita Ram: Lord Hastings's Journey from Calcutta to the Punjab, 1814-15J.P. LostyLustre Press, Roli Books
Faces Of Colonial India: The Work of Goan Artist Antonio Xavier de TrindadeFatima da Silva Gracias2014Fundacao Oriente
Indian Painting for British Patrons 1770-1860Niall Hobhouse1991Hazlitt, Gooden & Fox
Room for Wonder: Indian Painting During the British Period 1760-1880Stuart Cary Welch1978The American Federation of Arts
Indian Art at Delhi 1903 (Being the Official Catalogue othe Delhi Exhibition 1902-1903)George Watt1987Motilal Banarsidass
Visions of India The Sketchbooks of William Simpson 1859-62Archer Mildred, and Theroux Poul1986Alfalak Scorpion
Indian Painting for the British 1770-1880M & W. G. Archer1955Oxford University Press
Art and Nationalism in Colonial India, 1850-1922Mitter1994Cambridge University Press
Indian Painting for the British 1770 - 1880: An Essay by Mildred And W.G. ArcherMildred And W.G. Archer1955Oxford University Press
Temple Tents for Goddesses in Gujarat, IndiaDr. Eberhard Fischer2014Niyogi Books
Indigenius Artist IndiaSunita Nair2003Author, Taj
Indian Life and the People in the 19th Century: Company Paintings in the Tapi CollectionJ.P. Losty2018Roli Books
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco- Collection HighlightsJay XuClare Jacobson2018Asian Art Museum
Armenia- Art, Religion and Trade in the Middle AgesHelen C.EvansYale University Press
Revisiting Gandhi: The Art Of Shelly Joshi 2009-2018Shelly Joshi2018Archana Advertising Pvt. Ltd.
The Museum Newsletter-Special Issue: Indian and the world- a History in Nine StoriesCSMVS2018Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sanghrahalaya
The Museum Newsletter-Special Issue: Indian and the world- a History in Nine StoriesCSMVS2018Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sanghrahalaya
Spiegel, Der Mensch im WiderscheinMuseum RietbergWienand
Kalamkari Temple HangingsAnna L. Dallapiccola2015Mapin Publishing
Armours Delight: The Amarushataka Palm Leaf ManuscriptEberhard Fischer, Dinanath Pathy2006Artibus Asiae
Cosmology to CartographyDr Vivek Nanda, Dr. Alexander JohnsonNarional Museum
Indian TextilesJohn Gillow and Nicholas BarnardThames and Hudson2014Om Books International
Textile motifs of IndiaThe Pepin Press | Pepin van Roojen2008Agile Rabbit
Indian Texties: The Karun Thakar CollectionJohn Guy, Rosemary Crill, Karun ThakarHALI Publications ltd2014HALI publications ltd.
Speaking With Pictures: Folk Art and the Narrative Tradition in IndiaRoma Chatterji2019Routledge India
Light Of Asia Buddha Sakyamuni in Asian ArtPratapaditya Pal1984Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Views in India, China and on the Shores of the Red Sea Vol. 1 and 2From Original Sketches by Commander Robert Elliot1986Gian Publishing House
Folk Heritage Of Pakistan1977Institute of Folk Heritage
Prints 1400-1800 A Loan Exhibition from Museums and Private CollectionsHarold Joachim1957Minneaplois Institute of Arts
The Collector's Encyclopaedia of English Ceramics1986Abbey Library
Living Traditions Of Iran's CraftsJasleen Dhamija1979Vikas Publishing House
Living Traditions Of Iran's CraftsJasleen Dhamija1979Vikas Publishing House
A Gift Of Sunlight: The Fortune and Quest of the Davies sisters of LlandinnamTrevor Fishlock2014Gomer
History of Indian and Indonesian ArtCoomaraswamy, A. K.1965Dover Publications, Inc.
History of Indian and Indonesian ArtCoomaraswamy, A. K.1972MRML
Great Monuments of India, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan and Shri LankaShobita Punja1994The Guidebook Company, Hong Kong
Exploring Mysterious KathmanduKatharine HoagAvalok
The Art and Architecture of the Indian SubcontinentJ. C, Harle1986Penguin Books
A History of Greek Art With an introductiory on Art in Egypt and MesopotamiaTarbell, F. B.1896The Chautauqua Centurp Press
Escape To Egypt According to Coptic Tradition1993Lehnert & Landrock
Treasures From Italy: Gold And Hardstone Objects From Antiquity And The Renaissance1995National Museum New Delhi
Roman and Palaeo-Christian PaintingGeral Gassiot-TalabotClaude Schaeffner1968Heron Books
Byzantine And Russian PaintingKostas PapaioannouClaude Schaeffner1968Heron Books
A History of European Picture FramesPaul Mitchell, Lynn Roberts1996Merrell Holberton Publishers Ltd.
The King's PicturesFrancis HaskellKaren Serres2013Yale University Press
Old MacauTom Briggs, Colin Crisswell1984China
Muslim Art Heritage of PakistanDr. Ahmad Nabi KhanMinistry of Information and Media Development, Pakistan
The Wonders of France1961Thames and Hudson
The Flowering of the Middle AgesJoan Evans1985Thames & Hudson
The Quest For Eternity: Chinese Ceramic Sculptures from the Peoples Republic of ChinaSusan L. Caroselli1988Thames & Hudson
The Encyclopedia of Tibetan Symbols and motifsRobert Beer1999Shambala Publications/Serindia Publications
The Iconography of Tibetan LamaismAntoinette K. Gordon1959Tuttle
The British as art collectors: From the Tudors to the PresentJames Stourton, Charles Sebag-Montefiore2012Scala Publishers
The Crossroads of Asia of Transfromation in Image and Symbol in the Art of Ancient Afghanistan and PakistanErrington, Cribb1992The Ancient India and Iran Trust
Moorcroft Pottery: A Guide to the Pottery of William and Walter Moorcroft, 1897-1986Paul Atterbury1987Richard Dennis and Hugh Edwards
The Freemasons - Unlocking the 1000 - year-old mysteries of the Brotherhood: the Masonic rituals,codes,signs and symbols explained with over 200 photographs and illustrationsJeremy Harwood2006Hermes House( Anness Pub. Ltd.)
The Freemasons - Unlocking the 1000 - year-old mysteries of the Brotherhood: the Masonic rituals,codes,signs and symbols explained with over 200 photographs and illustrationsJeremy Harwood2006Hermes House( Anness Pub. Ltd.)
Yugoslavia A journey through her ArtMiodrag KolaricNada Miljkovic1973
Christian Themes in India Art from Mogul times till todayAnand Amaladass SJ, Gudrun Lowner2012Ajay Kumar Jain
Indian Art Treasures Suresh Neotia CollectionSharma, R.C., Giri, K. & Chakraverty, A.2006Mosaic Books
India's Contribution to World Thought and CultureLokesh Chandra1970Vivekananda Rock Memorial Committee
India's Contribution to World Thought and CultureLokesh Chandra1970Vivekananda Rock Memorial Committee
Treasures of indian Art Germany's Tribute to india's Cultural HeritageSaryu DoshiNational Museum
Indian Art The Royal BequestSaryu Doshi1995
The Art Of IndiaStella Kramrisch1954Phaidon Press
The Art Of IndiaStella Kramrisch1954Motilal Banarsidass
Art Of India Prehistory to the PresentFrederick M. Asher2003Encyclopedia Britannica
The Anand-Vana of Indian ArtDr.Anand KrishnaNaval Krishna & Manu Krishna2004Indica Books and Abhidha Prakashan
The Indian ExperienceBarret, Ken & Sharma , Suresh (Ed)1982Media TransAsia
Ethical Fragrance In Indian Art And LiteratureC. Sivaramamurthi1980Kanak Publications
Ethical Fragrance In Indian Art And LiteratureC. Sivaramamurthi1980Kanak Publications
Ethical Fragrance In Indian Art And LiteratureC. Sivaramamurthi1980Kanak Publications
The Colour Library Of Art- Indian Art- 48 plates in full colourMargaret-Marie Deneck1967Hamlyn
Indian ArtV.S. Agrawala2003Prithivi Prakashan
Aesthetic Theories Of IndiaDr. Padma Sudhi1988Intellectual Publishing House
Approach to Nature in Indian Art and ThoughtC. Sivaramurti1980Kanak Publications
Approach to Nature in Indian Art and ThoughtSivaramamurthi, C.1980Kanak Publications
Approach to Nature in Indian Art and ThoughtSivaramamurthi, C.1980Kanak Publications
Approach to Nature in Indian Art and ThoughtSivaramamurthi, C.1980Kanak Publications
Approach to Nature in Indian Art and ThoughtSivaramamurthi, C.1980Kanak Publications
Indian ArtH.G. Rawlison, K. de B. Codrington, J.V.S. Wilkinson, John IrwinSir Richard Winstedt1947Faber and Faber Limited
Celebration of the Human Image: The Human Figure in Indian Contemporary PaintingYvette Kumar (compiled)2000thinking eye
Private Mythology: Contemporary Art from India1998The Japan Foundation Asia Centre
Fifty-One Flowers: Botanical Watercolour from BengalNiall Hobhouse2006Colnaghi
Contemplative Colour: A Photographer's Tribute to Abstract PaintingAshvin Mehta2007Archer
Contemporary Indian Art: Glenbarra Art Museum CollectionMasanori Fukuoka (Director)1993Glenbarra Art Museum
India and Modern ArtW.G. Archer1959George Allen & Unwin Ltd.
Valley of FlowersDileep SharmaInstitute of Contemporary Indian Art
Contemporary Expressions: Art Of The Jogi FamilyTulika Kedia2016Limited Editions
The Vertical Women, Reminisscences of B. C. Dayal (1902-1947)Santo Datta1998National Gallery of Modern Art
Roerichs: Collections of paintings with Karnataka chitrakala parishath1997Karnataka Chittrakala Parishad
From Miniature To Modern2010Pundole
K.H. Ara: A Private Collection2017The Viewing Room
Kanwal Krishna and Devyani Krishna: Contemporary Indian Art Series1994Lalit Kala Akademi
Museum BhavanDayanita SinghSteidl Publishers, Germany
Footboard RiderGieve PatelGalerie Mirchandani+Steinruecke
Collecting Contemporary ArtAdam LindemannTaschen
Guide to Dutch Art1953Government Printing and Publishing Office
Owning art, the contemporary art collector's handbookLouisa Buck & Judith GreerCultureshock Media Ltd
Memories of the First Impressionist Art Dealer (1831-1922)Paul Durand-Ruel2014Flammarion
Icones Americaines2015Grand Palias
Bengal And Modernity: Early 20th Century Art in IndiaLandrus, Bhandare, Mitter, Pal, Lahiri2015Ashmolean Museum of Art, Oxford
Modern Indian PaintingRob Dean, Giles Tillotson2019Mapin
Dancing For ThemselvesMohan Khokar1987Himalayan Books
The Royal bequest: Art Treasures of the Baroda Museum and Picture GallerySaryu DoshiSaryu Doshi1995India Book house Limited
India Art and Culture- 1300-1900Stuart Cary WelchJohn P.O'Neill1985The Metropolitan Museum of Art
India Art and Culture 1300-1900Stuart Cary WelchJohn P. O'Neill1985The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Steins Collect: Matisse, Picasso, and the Parsian Avant-GardeBishop, Debray, Rabinow2011-2012Yale University Press, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
A Tale Of ThangkasPia and Louis Van der WeeEthnographic Museum of Antwerp
Glimpses from the Mysore Royal Art CollectionArivar Art Consultants
Special Exhibition to Honour the 1400th Anniversary Celebrations of the Hijra Era: Islamic Heritage of India1981National Museum, New Delhi
Special Exhibition to Honour the 1400th Anniversary Celebrations of the Hijra Era: Islamic Heritage of India1981National Museum, New Delhi
The Bible In the British Museum Interpreting the EvidenceT.C. Mitchell1988British Museum
Bulletin of the Madras Govt. Museum, Catalogue Of The South Indian Hindu Metal Images In The Madras Govt. Museum Vol. 1, Pt. 2, 1932Gravely, F. H. & Ramachandran, T. N.2002Commissioner of Museums, Government of Tamil Nadu
Dr D R Bannerjee1967Publication Division Ministery of I. & B., Govt. of India
Treasures of the National MuseumDr D R Bannerjee1967Publication Division Ministery of I. & B., Govt. of India
Treasures of the National MuseumDr D R Bannerjee1967Publication Division Ministery of I. & B., Govt. of India
Masterpieces of Mathura MuseumJitendra Kumar1989Mathura Museum
Masterpieces of Mathura MuseumJitendra Kumar1989Mathura Museum
Masterpieces of Mathura MuseumJitendra Kumar1989Mathura Museum
Masterpieces in the State Museum LucknowDr S. D. Trivedi1989State Museum
Masterpieces in the State Museum LucknowDr S. D. Trivedi1989State Museum
Tibet House Museum1965Tibet House Museum
Tibet House Museum1965Tibet House Museum
Schatze Indischer Kunst1984Forum Des Niedersachsischen Landesmuseum
Beautiful inside my head forever2008Damien Thurst
Tenth Anniversary1999Gallerie Ganesha
Sacred IndiaAnnc Boger, Joellen K Deoreo1985Cleeveland Museum of Arts
Sanskriti1991
Madras Govt. Museum Guide to The Principal Exhibition in the Govt. Museum, PudukkothaiM S Chandrashekhar1966Government of Madras
Handbook of the Madras Government MuseumSatyamurti, S. T.1998Commissioner of Museums, Government of Tamil Nadu
Guide to Bharat Kala Bhavan1998Banaras Hindu University
Guide to Bharat Kala Bhavan1998Banaras Hindu University
MuseumsJoan MiroEdiciones Aldeasa
Tibetan Thankas in the Indian MuseumSipra Chakravarti1980Indian Museum, Calcutta
Tibetan Thankas in the Indian MuseumSipra Chakravarti1980Indian Museum, Calcutta
A Catalogue on Phulkari TextilesDevyani Mitra Dutta1985Indian Museum Calcutta
Victoria and Albert Museum- Indian Art1969London: Her Majesty's Stationery Office
Kala: The Journal of Indian Art History Congress Vol.VIIIMaruti Nandan Tiwari, Kamal Giri2003Dr. R. D. Choudhary, Indian Art History Congress
Masterpieces of Indian Craftsmaship in Marble and SandstoneRustam J.Mehta1980D.B.Taraporevala Sons & Co. Private Ltd.
The Power of LoveKalpana shah2010Tao Art Gallery
The K. R. Cama Oriental Institute Seminar On The Shahnameh2011
Indien Als Bilderbuch Die Konstruktion Der Pittoresken Fremde: Einhundert indische Gouachen um 1800 aus Lindenaus Kunst-bibliothekKraus, Viswanathan Peterson, Jena, Hofman2011Lindenau- Museum Altenburg
The Foundation MaeghtConnaissance des Arts2014Societe Francaise de Promotion Artistique
art Issue: Heritage (Centenary Volume 1994-1995)Dr. R. N. Mehta1996Department of Museums, Vadodara
Inside the Egyptian MuseumZahi Hawas2009Heitage World Press Ltd.
Ackhout: Volta Ao Brasil 1644-2002 (Return to Brazil)Albert Eckhout2002Nationalmuseet
Indian Paintings In The Sarabhai FoundationB.N. Goswamy2010Sarabhai Foundation
The City Palace Museum Udaipur: Painting of Mewar Court LifeAndrew Topsfield2009Mapin Publishing
The Emperors' AlbumStuart Cary Welch, Annemarie Schimmel, Marie L. Switochowski, Wheeler M.
The Metropolitan Museum Of ArtArt & Architecture
Cézanne en Provence2006Washington National Gallery of Art
Museum of Christian Art: Convent of Santa Monica, Goa, India2011Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
Mughal Paintings, Drawings, And Islamic Calligraphy in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of India ArtJohn Seyller, Jagdish Mittal2013Jagdish and Kamal Mittal Museum of Indian Art
Mughal Paintings, Drawings, And Islamic Calligraphy in the Jagdish and Kamla Mittal Museum of India ArtJohn Seyller, Jagdish Mittal2013Jagdish and Kamal Mittal Museum of Indian Art
Sublime Delights Through Works Of ArtJagdish Mittal2007Jagdish and Kamal Mittal Museum of Indian Art
Shatabda-KaumudiMultiple Authors1964Centenary Celebrations Committee, Central Museum, Nagpur
Art MusingsJayasri Burman2014Art Musings
Prakriti: The Creative FeminineTulika Kedia2017Must Art Private Limited
Frida Kahlo: Making Herself UpClaire Wilcox, Circe Henestrosa2018V&A Publishing
Golden GoaDr. Mulk Raj Anand, Dr. Jose Pereira, Dr. Richard Lannoy1980MARG Publications
Bodhgaya: the Sight of EnlightenmentJanice Leoshko1988MARG Publications
In Praise of Aihole, Badami, Mahakuta, PattadakalDr. Mulk Raj Anand, S. Settar, Carmel Berkson, George MichellMARG Publications
A Mirror for Princes from IndiaGrube, Ernst J. (Ed. )1991MARG Publications
Splendours of Vijaynagara Empire: HampiGeorge Michell, Vasundhara Filliozat1981MARG Publications
Homage of KarnatakaDr Sarayu Doshi1982MARG Publications
Homage to Shravana BelgolaDr Sarayu DoshiMARG Publications
Changing Visions, Lasting Images: Calcutta Through 300 yearsPratapaditya Pal1990MARG Publications
The Golden AgeKarl Khandalavala1991MARG Publications
Splendours of Tamil Nadu1980MARG Publications
Lucknow: Then and NowRosie Lewellyn-Jones, Mukul Mangalik, Sudipta Dev, Ian Shepherd, Christopher W. London, Neeta Das, Lucian HarrisRosie Llewellyn-Jones2010MARG Publications
Orchha and Beyond: Design at the Court of Raja Bir Singh Dev Bundela Vol. 63Edward Leland RothfarbPratapaditya Pal2012MARG Publications
Chidambaram: Home of Nataraja Vol. 55Vivek Nanda, George Michell2004MARG Publications
Kanara: A Land Apart, The Artistic Heritage of Coastal KarnatakaGeorge MichellMARG Publications
Jannat: Paradise in Islamic ArtMumtaz Currim2012MARG Publications
Jannat: Paradise in Islamic ArtMumtaz Currim2012MARG Publications
The Great Temple At Thanjavur: One Thousand Years, 1010-2010/ Vol. 62. No.1George Mitchell, Viswanathan
MARG PublicationsArt & Architecture
The Great Temple At Thanjavur: One Thousand Years, 1010-2010/ Vol. 62. No.1George Mitchell, Viswanathan
MARG PublicationsArt & Architecture
Indus Civilisation Sites in Delhi: New DiscoveriesDilip Chakrabarti, Madhu Bala, Jagat Pati Joshi, Nayanjot Lahiri, D.P. SHarma, Rakesh Tiwari, Vasant Shinde, V.H. Sonawane, Gregory L. Possehl, Y.M. Chitawala, Kuldeep BhanDilip K. Chakrabarti2004MARG Publications
Indus Civilisation Sites in Delhi: New DiscoveriesDilip Chakrabarti, Madhu Bala, Jagat Pati Joshi, Nayanjot Lahiri, D.P. SHarma, Rakesh Tiwari, Vasant Shinde, V.H. Sonawane, Gregory L. Possehl, Y.M. Chitawala, Kuldeep BhanDilip K. Chakrabarti2004MARG Publications
The Idea of Delhi Vol. 56Romi Khosla2005MARG Publications
Murshidabad: The Forgotten Capital of BengalRosie Llewellyn-JonesMARG Publications
Lahore: Paintings, Murals and CalligraphyBarbara SchmitzMARG Publications
Thanjavur's Gilded GodsAnna L. Dallapiccola2018MARG Publications
In Pursuit of the Past: Collecting Old Art in Modern India circa 1875-1950Pratapaditya PalJyotindra Jain, Naman Ahuja2015MARG Publications
Kizil on the Silk Road: Crossroads of Commerce & Meeting of MindaRajeshwari Ghose2008MARG Publications
Scent upon a Southern BreezeKavita Singh2018Marg
Marg- A Magazine of the Arts- The Weight of a Petal- Ars BotanicaJyotindra Jain, Naman Ahuja2018/2019Marg
Marg- A Magazine of the Arts- Cloth and India: 1947-2015Jyotindra Jain, Naman Ahuja2016Marg
Indian Pictorial EducationPhotos by the Times of India, Central Publicity Bureau
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 1Mulk Raj Anand1946MARG Publications
No.1: Planning And Dreaming EditorialThe Editor, Marg
No.1: Architecture and YouM.A.R.G.
No.1: The Story of a Town (The Growth of Jamshedpur)M.A.R.G.
No.1: Historical Survey (Mohenjodaro)M.A.R.G.
No.1: Worker's HousingKanji Dwarkadas
No.1: Notes on some Paintings from the Collection of the late B.N. TreasuryvalaKarl Khandalavala
No.1: Amrita Sher GillFrancis Thompson
No.1: Reminiscenses of Amrita Sher GillBaldoon Dhingra
No.1: The Sculpture of AmbernathR.Van Leyden
No.1: Notes on Indian Jewellery
No.1: Book ReviewsHerman Goetz and R.V.I.
No.1: Notes- Art In Industry
No.1: The Need for Urban PlanningPercy Marshall of A.R.I.B.A.
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 2Mulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
No.1: Reflections on Sculpture: EditorialGeorge Keyt
No.1: A Review of the Greater Bombay PlanDr.Otto Koenigsberger
No.1: AhmedabadHomi Dallas
No.1: Jamini RoyShahid Suhrawardy
No.1: TextilesPremalata Jayakar
No.1: An Approace to Hindu Erotic SculptureAlain Danielou
No.1: Book ReviewsF.Antia, A.deS., M.R.A.
No.1: Notes-Exhibitons an Lectures
No.1: Rajput Plate
No.2: Editorial: Letter to an EnglishmanThe Editor, Marg
No.2: Architecture: New Bearings in Indian ArchitectureA.B. Schwarz
No.2: Historical- John Company ArchitectureHilary & Ruth Waddington
No.2: Landscape Gardening- Gardens and Cement
No.2: Painting: Birds in Moghul ArtKumar Saraswati
No.2: Nicholas RoerichL.Andreyev
No.2: Sculpture: Konarak
No.2: Crafts- Experiments In Ceramic
No:2: Book Reviews- Books Received
No.2: Notes: Exhibitions
No.3: Editorial: Architectural EducationMARG
No.3: Architecture: Trees and Open Spaces
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 3Mulk Raj Anand, P. RichardsonMARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Renaissance or RevivalMARG
No.1: Architecture: Ceylon's First University
No.1: Painting: Indian Miniatures in the Berling MuseumE.Kuehnel
No.1: Crafts: Frayed Fabrics of Old BengalAjit Ghose
No.1: Sculpture: Medieval Sinhalese WrestlingP.E.P. Deraniyagala
No.1: Photography: Photography in India and the Far EastSam Tata
No.1: Proposed Academy of Arts
No.2: Editorial: The Problems of AestheticsMlle.J.Auboyer
No.2: Planning a New Hospital In IndiaA.T.W. Simeons
No.2: FlexgarhJohn Terry
No.2: Offices and StoresS.Moloobhoy
No.2: Kanthas of BengalStella Kramrisch
No.2: Some Dance Poses in the Chidambaram TempleShirin Vajifdar
No.2: Kathakali Dance DramaFernau Hall
No.2: An Introductuiion to Indian DancingRamgopal
No.2: Rathin MotraR.Chatterjee
No.2: Jana Gana Mana
No.3: Editorial: An Approach to Modern Indian ArchitectureAndrew Boyd
No.3: Town Planning in Britain: A Compilation
No.3: On PlanningPatrick Geddes
No.3: Maithil PaintingW.G. Archer
No.3: Rebel, Artist: Francish NewtonDr.H.Goetz
No.3: Colour While you WorkG.H.Gates Reed
No.4: Editorial: The Changing Conceptions of ArtHerbert Reed
No.4: The Charter of Athens- The C.I.A.M. Thesis on Town Planning
No.4: JaipurDurga Shankar Bajpai
No.4: Vande Mataram
No.4: "The Way of Pleasure"- The Kishangarh PaintingsEric Dickenson
No.4: Ganjifa: The Playing Cards of IndiaR and N. Von Leyden
No.4: The Calico MuseumDr.H.Goetz
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 4Mulk Raj Anand1950, 1951MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Art of TibetW.G. Raffe
No.1: Solar and Lunar SymbolismLama Anagarika Govinda
No.1: Some Nepalese & Tibetan BronzesKarl Khandalaval
No.1: A Painted Scroll From NepalDr.Moti Chandra
No.1: A Note on two Nepalese Wooden SculpturesKarl Khandalavala
No.1: Ram Jor: A Modern Tibetan PaintingAlain Danielou
No.1:Commentary on Taranatha's Chapter on Buddhist ArtKarl Khandalavala
No.2: Editorial: Lalita KalaDr.V.S. Agrawala
No.2: Design for Living: Present Trends in ArchitectureSolus
No.2: On Making Our IndiaPaul Zils
No.2: Aldous Huxley on the Taj Mahal
No.2: The Amsterdam NatarajaJohn Irwin
No.2: Jean Renoir films the RIverT. Gupta
No.2: Three Hoysala TemplesMarcella Hardy
No.2: Decline and Rebirth of Medieval Indian Art: Western Indian PaintingDr.H.Goetz
No.3: Editorial: Leaves from RajasthanKarl Khanadalvala
No.3: The Victory Hall at Bangalore
No.3: The Great AdventureEric Mendelsohn
No.3: Some Contemporary Artists
No.3: Votive LampsV.M. Narasimhan
No.3: The Significance of AndolanJag Mohan
No.3: Editorial: Co-operative HousingDurga Bajpai
No.3: Masterpieces in South Indian & Nepalese Bronze ImagesKarl Khandalavala
No.3: Two Rare Pallave Metal ImagesK.J.K.
No.3: Indian Dolls and ToysAjit Mookerjee
No.3: The Problem of MolaramProf. O.C.Gangoly
No.3: Cotton Prints of Gujarat and KathiawarPupul Jayakar
No.3: Puppets on the ScreenDr.P.V. Pathy
No.3: Exhibition Notes: Bombay and Delhi
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 5Mulk Raj Anand1951MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Present-Day Art CriticismJ.P. Hodin
No.1: The Problems of Bikaner PaintingsW.G. Archer
No.1: A Controversy; Letters from Dr.H,Goetz and Mr.K.J. Khanadalavala
No.1: Portraits of Ibrahim Adil Shah IIDr.Moti Chandra
No.1: Action Drawings at Recent Dance RecitalsS.Chavda
No.1: Colonel Tod On: The Achalgar Sculpture of a Pramana King
No.1: The Sun TempleSilloo Bharucha
No.1: In my Bad BooksCyprian Blagden
No.2: Editorial: Architecture and PaintingJohn Summerson
No.2: The Crystal and The FruitR.Von Leyden
No.2: West Asiatic Ancestors of IndiaPhyllis Ackerman
No.2: Five Miniatures: From The Collection of Sir Cowasji JehangirKarl Khandalaval
No.2: Pattadakal: A Short Historical Note
No.2: A Landmark In Indian Art HistoryDr.H.Goetz
No.2: Rupa-SattraDr.V.S. Agrawala
No.2: Bharata Natya ShastraP.Srinivasalu Naidu
No.3: Editorial
No.3: The Selalhini SandesaTotagamuve Sri Rahula
No.3: AnuradhapuraC.W. Nicholas & L.C. Van Geyzel
No.3:PolonnaruaElspeth Huxley
No.3: Baur BuildingP.M. Goldschmid
No.3: A Bronze ImageP.E.P. Deraniyagala
No.3: A Note on Siha-Giri: And Some Frescoes from Ceylon
No.3: Modern Movement, In Sinhalese ArtJag Mohan
No.3: Contemporary Artists
No.3: Souvenirs from Kandyan DancesBeryl de Zoete
No.3: Sinhala Folk Art and Mask of Ceylon
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 6Mulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
No.1: The Need for Open-Air TheatresG.D.Sondhi
No.1: In Memoriam- Eric DickinsonIqbal Singh
No.1: Gandhara ArtEric Dickinson
No.1: Indian Painting in the Punjab HillsDr.Moti Chandra
No.1: Seven ContemporariesNotes and Reproductions
No.1: The Kashmir ShawlJohn Lewis
No.1: Design in Tradtional Jewellery: 1.The Punjab
No.1: Recent Trends in European ArtJ.P. Hodin.
No.2: Role of Cottage IndustriesPupul Jayakar
No.2: Indian Influence on the American Architecture of the XIX CenturyClay Lancaster
No.2: Archaic Indian TerracottasDr.Ananda Coomaraswamy
No.2: Intermingling of Mogul & Rajput ArtBasil Gray
No.2: Masterpieces of Mogul Painting- The Album of Emperor JehangirDr.H.Goetz
No.2: Some Action Drawings: Uday ShankarEilean Pearcey
No.2: A Note on Tibetan Religious ArtPeter Fingesten
No.2: Studies in Development of K.H. Ara, M.F. Husain and J.Sabavala
No.2:Design in Traditional Jewellery-2. Bengal
No.2: Some hair Styles of Ancient India
No.3: Editorial: Le Corbusier on Town Planning
No.3: A House at Kandy
No.3: Some Indian Images in the Worcester Art Museum
No.3: The Development of Painting in India In the 16th CenturyBasil Gray
No.3: A Review of Kangra PaintingsKarl Khandalavala
No.3: The Drawings of Homi BhabhaR.V. Leyden
No.3: A Survey of Modern Mexican ArtGuillermo Garces Contreras
No.3: The Little Ballet Troupe- Scenes from The Ramayana
No.3: Design in Traditional Jewellery- 3. Central India
No.4: Conversation with Stella KramrischDorothy Norman
No.4: A Note on Le CorbusierB.Doshi
No.4: UrbanismLe Corbusier
No.4: Jane Drew, on the Chandigrah Scheme
No.4: Chandigarh: The First and the Revised ProjectsOtto Koenigsberger
No.4: The Laud Ragmala Miniatures
No.4: Guler: Birthplace of Kangra ArtM.S. Randhawa
No.4: An old Indian SwingJ.Auboyer
No.4: Nritya Darpana: A Study In Modern ChoreographyFernau Hall
No.4: Report on the I.C.A. Sculture Competition- With a Review and Some letters on the Controversy
No.4: The Calcutta GroupDr.Klaus Fischer
No.4: Exhibitions: Bombay-Delhi
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 7Mulk Raj Anand1953, 1954MARG Publications
No.1: The Dust of Prejudice
No.1: The Recent Worls of Frank LLoyd WrightWayne Andrews
No.1: The Temples of Eastern BengalS.Mookerjee
No.1: Ballet Costumes- In Akbar's TimeDr.C.L. Fabri
No.1: The Mogul Room, in the Victoria and Albert MuseumJohn Irwin
No.1: Some Terracotta FigurinesPupul Jayakar
No.1: Indian Sculpture- Selections from Madanjeet SIngh Photographs
No.1: Indian Theatre- 2200 years oldK.Deva
No.1: Modern Indian Painting- Book Review
No.1: A Report on Modern Religious ArtJoseph Pereira
No.2: Editorial: Problems of Art Display
No.2: Mathura of the GodsC.L. Fabri
No.2: Painting Under the SikhsMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Three Contemporary PaintersLaxman Pai, S.B. Palsikar, Mohan B.Samant
No.2: A Report on Abstract Art
No.2: Special Supplement on Low Cost Housing Exhibition
No.2: Some-Indian Postage Stamps- Saint-Poet, Poet Series
No.2: Exhibitions: Delhi-First Quarter
No.3: Editorial: Air Conditioning
No.3: Picture and ArchitectureErik Thelaus
No.3: Sujanpur Tira: The Cradle of Kangra ArtM.S.Randhawa
No.3: Three Contemporaries (Abroad)
1. George Keyt
2. Akbar Padamsee
3. Chinatomoni Kar
No.3: Journey Into Rajasthan (Kanswa and Paranagar)Pupul Jayakar
No.3: Rangoli: Some Reproductions from the BookBhaktiben Shah
No.3: Prithvi Raj Kapoor- An EstimateHerbert Marshall
No.3: Exhibtions Delhi-Second Quarter
No.4: Editorial: On Seeing a Natural Object
No.4: Rajput PortraitsO.C. Ganguly
No.4: Chamba RumalsMulk Raj Anand
No.4: A Review of Pupul Jayakar's Indian Printed TextilesJohn Irwin
No.4: A Special Supplement on Ellora
No.4: Contemporary Australian ArtMaie Casey
No.4: Some Contemporary Painters of DelhiJaya Appaswamy
No.4: Book Review: Art and Architecture of India
No.4: Exhibitions- Delhi-Third Quarter
No.4: Judgement on the Trial of Akbar Padamsee for Alleged Obscene Paitings
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 8Mulk Raj Anand1954, 1955MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: The Place of Christian Art In India
No.1: The Significance and Originality of Goan ArtJose Pereira
No.1: Thematic Symbols of the Main Emotional Trends in Goan Art: Portfolio
No.1: Aspects of the Religious Architecture in Portuguese IndiaMario Taveres Chico
No.1: Some Contemporary Painters of Goa:Albano Francisco Couto
No.1: Goan FurnitureDr.Jorge De Andrade
No.1: Goan Minor Arts: Cloth and GoldEstanislau Lobo
No.1: Indo-Portuguese Ivories
No.1: Some Impressions of the Cunbi DancesAires Menezes
No.1: The Love Song of GoaLucio Rodrigues
No.1: The Mando DanceFloriano Barreto
No.1: The History and Evolution of Goan MusicProf.Antsher Lobo
No.1: The Mando- A Note on Some of the Musical CharecteristicsMicael Martins
No.1: Representative Examples of the Classical Vocal Music of Goa
Section 1: Mandos
Section 2: Hymns and Antiphones
No.1: Baroque And Roccoco in Latin America: Book Review
No.2: Editorial: On Inheriting The Past
No.2: Editorial: On Inheriting The Past
No.2: Anthology
No.2: Chronological Chart of the History of Kashmir
No.2: Portfolio
1. Cartier Bresson
2. D.R.D. Wadia
3. Soli Batliwala
4. R.R. Bharadwaj
5. S.Chavda
No.2: Architecture of Kashmir (Hindu & Buddhist)Percy Brown
No.2: Akhnur TerracottasC.L. Fabri
No.2: Mediaeval SculpturesDr.H.Goetz
No.2: Muhammadan ArchitectureJ.R. Nichols
No.2: Mogul Gardens
No:2: 4 Contemporaries
No.2: Arts and CraftsJohn Irwin
1. Shawls
2. Jewellery
3. Wood Carving
4. Brass Ware
No.2: MusicM.L. Aima
No.3: Editorial: A Building is an ExperienceEmily Polk
No.3: Some Nurpur Paintings: A SymposiumW.G. Archer & M.S. Randhawa
No.3: Some Ramayana and Bhagwata Drawings of ChambaJagdish Mittal
No.3: Garhwal Painting: A ReviewProf O.C. Ganguly
No.3: The Wall Paintings of ChambaJagdish Mittal
No.3: Contemporaries, Dhanraj Bhagat, Amarnath Sehgal, Jagdish and Kamala Mittal
No.3: Phulkaris- A Folk Art of the PunjabAdris Banerji
No.3: Glimpses of Mughal Architecture- An EssayJadunath Sarkar
No.3: Dance Festival- SketchesChittaprasad and Tana
No.3: Music Festival- SketchesTana
No.3: Homage to Henri MatisseM.H. Murcia
No.3: City Planning and Architecture in India TodayRichard Neutra
No.4: Editorial: Homage to Orissa
No.4: Stanzas from the Gita-Govinda of Jayadeva
No.4: Portfolio: Photos
No.4: A Note on Khandgiri & Udayagiri Caves: Buddhist Art In OrissaProf. Nabin Kumar Sahu
No.4: Orissan Art In The Evolution of Post Classical Indian CultureKlaus Fischer
No.4: Orissan Temple Architecture: SymposiumDeva Prasad Ghose & Nand Kumar Bose
No.4: Sculpture PhotosBhogilal Mistry & Sunil Janah
No.4: Summary Survey of Orissan PaintingsProf. O.C. Gangoly
No.4: Frescoes of KeonjargarhT.N.Ramachandran
No.4: Some Saora DrawingsCourtesy of Verrier Elwin
No.4: Prefatory on the survival of Ancient Arts and Crafts in OrisssaPandit Sadash Rath Sharma
No.4: The Hirakud DamM.S. Thirumal Iyengar
No.4: New Capital at BhubaneshwarR.R. Handa & J.L. Vaz
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 9Mulk Raj Anand1955, 1956MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial- In Praise of Early Buddhist Art
No.1:: The Continuity of Tradition: Portfolio
No1: Glimpses of Buddhist IndiaT.W. Rhys Davies
No.1: Evolution of Buddhist Architecture & Sculpture In The Time of SatavahanasKrishna Gairola
1. Preliminary: Historical Note
2. Architecture: Sanchi, Bhaja, Kondane, Bedsa, Ajanta, Nasik, Kanheri, Amaravati
3. Sculpture: Bhaja, Kondane, Bedsa, Karle, Kanheri, Sanchi, Ajanta, Amaravati
No.1: Painting: The Charm of AjantaS.L.
No.1: Frescoes of Ajanta: An EssayC.L. Fabri
No.1: Some motifs from Ancient Indian Jewellery
No.2: Editorial- in Praise of Later Buddhist Art
No.2: Buddha and the Gospel of BuddhismAlice Getty
No:2: Links between Early and Later Buddhist Art
1. PreliminaryM.R.A.
2. bharhutKalapriya
3. Bodh-GayaB.Barua
4. SanchiStella Kramrisch
No.2: Gandhara and it's GrassrootsDr.C.L. Fabri
No.2. Mathura of the GodsR. De B Coddington
No.2: The Road to Central Asia
1. AfghanistanAgasteya
2. Central AsiaN.D.
3. KashmirS.D.
No.2: The Golden Age of Buddhist Art
1. AmravatiDouglas Barret
2. NagarjunakondaDr.C Shivaramamurti
3. Gupta PeriodBenjamin Rowland
3a. Preliminary
3b. Architecture
3c. Sculpture
3d. Painting: AjantaDr.H.Goetz
No.2: Medieval Buddhist Art and It's Offshoots
1. Preliminary: Pala Sena Period
2. NalandaProf.A.S. Altekar
3. NepalDr.C.Krishna Gairola
4. TIbetGeorge Roerich
5. Ceylon
No.3: Editorial: In Praise of Buddhist Art In Burma
No.3: The Cultural Background of BurmaReginald Le May
No.3: Ananda Temple at Pagan
1. ArchitectureSir Richard Temple
2. SculptureNihar-Ranjan Roy
3. FrescoesNihar-Ranjan Roy
No.3: The Fantastic World of the Thirrty-Seven Nats
No.3: A Buddhist Building for 20th Century, BurmaBenjamin Polk
No.4: Editorial: In Praise of Buddhist Art In Cambodia, Champa, Laos, Siam Borobudur
No.4: Cambodia, Champa and Laos
1. PreliminaryTara Ali Baig
2. Notes on Buddhist SculpturesJean Boisselier and Victor Golobew
No.4: Siam
1. PreliminaryProf.George Coedes
2. Buddhist Sculpture in SiamReginald Le May
No.4: Borobudur
1. Preliminary; A Brief Historical Survey of Buddhist Art in IndonesiaDr.H.Goetz
2. The Influence of Tantric Buddhism in Ancient Indonesian CivilizationDr.P.H. Pott
3. Borobudur StupaDr.C.Shivaramamurti
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 10Mulk Raj Anand1956, 1957MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: The Nature of Space
No.1: Murshidabad PaintingRobert Skelton
No.1: Indian Temple Sculpture
No.1: Contemporaries
1.Amina AhmedRita Reignier
2. Jehangir SabavalaRichard Lannoy
3. Pradosh Das GuptaM.R.A.
4. Lain Singh BarnodelC.Krishna Gairola
5. The International Exhibition of Iranian Art at RomeH.Goetz
6. Art Chronicle: Autumn 1955-56Shirin Sabavala
American Supplement
No.1: Twentieth Century in the United StatesHolger Cahill
1.Painting
2. Sculpture
No.1: U.S. Embassy Building
No.1: Stanvac Building in Bombay
No.2: Editorial: Heritage of the Punjab
No.2: Ancient Period: Archeaology of the PunjabCharles Fabri
No.2: Medieval Period: Preliminary
1. Antiquities of the Punjab Hill Districts of ChambaHermann Goetz
2. Splendours of Mughal Architecture- NotesS.A.L.
3. Remnants in the Kangra ValleyDr. V.Ph.Vogel
4. Synthesis of Hindu and Muslim Influences in the Sikh Shrines- NotesP.B.
No.2: Problems of Painting in the Punjab HillsW.G. Archer
No.2: Specimens of Paintings, Under the SikhsMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Conremporary:
1. Chandigarh Symposium
a. Pierre Jeannert
b. T.J. Manickam
c. Manish M.Rana
2. Bhakra Nangal DamMarg
3. ShamaspurMarg
4. Jallianwalla Bagh MemorialBenjamin Polk
5. Paintting and Sculpture
a. Amrita Sher Gill
b. K.C.Aryan
c. Dhanraj Bhagat
d. Satish Gujral
e. Har Kishan Lal
f. Krishan Khanna
g. Kanwal Krishna
h. Ram Kumar
i. Prannath Mago
j. Prashar
k.Bhabesh Sanyal
l.Amarnath Sehgal
m. Shobha Singh
n. Thakur Singh
6. Pottery
7. Dance: Bhangra and Giddha
8. Music: Sheila Bhatia's Opera on Heer Ranja
No.3: Editorial: Homage to Khajuraho
No.3: Portfolio: Life's Daily Round from Dawn to Dusk
No.3: Reflections on the House and Body of GodStella Kramrisch
No.3: Shrines in the Landscape of the AbsoluteA.C.
No.3: Of Kamakala- Some Notes on the Philosophical Basis of Hindu Erotic SculptureMulk Raj Anand
No.4: Editorial: In Praise of Bharata Natyam
No.4: The Spiritual Background of Bharata NatyamRukmini Devi
No.4: A Brief Historical SurveyE.Krishna Iyer
No.4: The Musical Content of Bharata NatyamProf. Sambamoorthy
No.4: Nritt:
1. Hastas (Samyukta)
2. Karanas
3. Adavus Text by Mohan Khokar & Poses by M.K. Saroja
4. Nrittya
1. Hastas (Asamyukta)
2. Padams
3. Sabdas
4. Slokas
No.4: Bhagavata Mela and KuchipudiMohan Khokar
No.4: Geneologies of GurusE. Krishna Iyer
No.4: A Note on the Repertory from Alaripu to TillanaE.Krishna Iyer
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 11Mulk Raj Anand1957, 1958MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Kathakali-Theatre of Imagination
No,1: The Tradition: A Brief SurveyMohan Khokar
No.1: Angikabhinaya: An Actor Prepares
1. The Movements of the Eye
2, Physical Exercise and Massage
3. Mudras or Hand Gentures
No.1: Rasabhinayas: Navarasas or Moods
No.1: AharyabhinayaRagini Devi
1.Rhythm of the Greenroom
2. Costumes and Jewellery
No.1: The OrchestraV.Madhavan Nair
No.1: The PlayRasika
No.1: Atta KathaDr.S.K.Nair
Scenes from Kathakali
1. Bali's Victory
2. Duryodhana's Slaughter
3. Nalacharitam
The Episode of Damayanti and the Golden SwanUnnayi Varier
No.1: Ottam Thullal: The Poor Man's KathakaliMohan Khokar
No.1: Contemporaries:
a. Vallathol Narayan Menon
b. Chenganoor Raman Pillai
c. Kunchu Kurup
d. Krishnan Nair
e. Vazenkhata Kunchu Nair
f. Mankulam Vishnu Namboodiri
g. Asan Ramunni Nair
h. Champakulam Pachu Pillai
i. Kudamaloor Karunakaran Nair
j. Raghavan Pillai
k. Krishnan Kutty
l. Kurichi Kunjan Panickar
m. Raman Kutty Nair
n. Gopinath
o. Anandashivram
No.1: Mohini Attam
i. Shanta Rao
ii. Mrinalini Sarabai
iii. Roshan Vajifdar
No.2: Editorial: The Heroic Encounter
No.2: Problems of Rajasthani Paintings
1. The Origin and Development of Rajasthani PaintingKarl Khandalavala
2. Some Pre-Akbari examples of Rajasthani IllustrationsRai Anand Kishan
3. Rajasthani PortraitsO.C. Gangoly
4. Ragamala Paintings of RajasthanRasika
5. Some Playing Cards of RajasthanR.Von Leyden
No.2: General Survey of Rajasthani Styles
1. An Outline of Early Rajasthani PaintingPramod Chandra
2. MewarHermann Goetz
3. Mewar (with some paintings of Jodhpur from Kumar Sangram Singh)Hermann Goetz
4. BundiMoti Chandra
5. JaipurHermann Goetz
6. KishangarhEric Dickenson
7. BikanerHermann Goetz
8. KotahW.G. Archer
No.3: Editorial: The Master Builder
No.3: Architecture:
1. Background of Indo Islamic Architecture- NotesJohn Terry
2. Beginnings of Mughal Architecture- NoteMarg
3. Mughal Architecture: Synthesis of Hindu and Islamic Forms- Fatehpur Sikri
No.3: Painting:
1. Introduction to the Study of Indo-Persian PaintingShahid Suhrawardy
2. The Background of Mughal PaintingMulk Raj Anand
3. Miniatures from a 16th Centure Manuscript- "Babur Namah Manuscript"Professor S.I. Tulayev
4. Scenes from the Akbar Nama
5. Miniatures from a Manuscript of the Diwan-i-HafizStewart C.Welch Jr.
6. Miniatures from a Razm NamahErnst Cohn-Wiener
No.4: Editorial: Problems of Later Mughal Art
No.4: Architecture:
1. Transition from Stone to Marble
2. Later Mughal ArchitectureDr.Herman Goetz
No.4: Painting:
1.Jehangir the Epicurean
2. The Early Muraqqa's of the Emperor JehangirDr.Herman Goetz
3. Portraits
4. Birds and Animals
5. Shah JahanA. Hidayat
6. The DeclineM.Ashraf
7. Eighteenth Century Mughal Paintings (Some Charecteristics and Some Misconceptions)Karl Khandalavala
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 12Mulk Raj Anand1958, 1959MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Homage to Konarak
No.1: Portfolio: The Rising Splendour of the Sun
No.1: Reflections on the Wonder and Enigma of KonarakM.Mansimha
No.1: The Sculpture of the Sun Temple- A Study in StylesCharles Fabri
No.1: The Great Delight- An Essay on the Spiritual Background of the Erotic Sculptures of KonarakMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Editorial: Rajasthani Sculpture
No.2: On the Origins of the Descendants of the Sun: Some Notes on the Historical Background of RajasthanMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Remnants Shores Against the Ruin: Portfolio With notesR.C. Agarwala, U.C. Bhattacharya, S.P. Srivastava, MARG
No.2: Early Terracottas:
1. Sunga, Kushan, Gupta, Suratgarh, Rangmahal, Bharatpur, Bairat, Rairh with NotesH. Goetz
2. Nagari- NotesH.D.Sankalia
No.2: Medieval Sculptures:
1. AbaneriPupul Jayakar and R.C. Agrawala
2. AtruL.K. Jha
3.AbuS.Bharadwaj
4.BaroliC.Verma
5.ChandravatiH.C.Chaturvedi
6.ChitorgarhH.Goetz
7. KiraduR.C.Agrawala
8.Kishan VilasL.K. Jha
9.Nagda (Sas Bahu)Brij Narayan
10.OsianPupul Jayakar
11.ParanagarPupul Jayakar
12.RamgarhD.S.
13.RanakpurP.L.Mathur
14.SikarR.C.Agrawala
No.3: Editorial: In Praise of Mandu
No.3: Architecture:
1. Chronological Chart of Mandu
2. Preliminary: Survey of Important Monuments of ManduGhulam Yazdani
3. The Development of Mandu ArchitectureMARG
4. The First Phase:
a.Lat Masjid, Dhar
b.Dilawar Khan's Mosque
c. Mosque of Malik Mughith
5. The Secon Phase:
a. Jami Masjid
b. Ashrafi Mahal
c. Tower of Victory
d. Hoshangs's Tomb
e. Hindola Mahal
f. Jahaj Mahal
g. Champa Baoli and Ujala Baoli
6. The Third Phase
a. Baz Bahadur's Palace
b. Rupmati's Pavilions
c. Nilkanth Palace
d. Chisti Khan's Tomb
e. Gada Shah's Shop and Gada Shah's House
No.4: Painting
1. The Bustan Manuscript of Sultan Nasir Shah KhaljiRIchard Ettinghausen
2. The Ni'mat Nama: A Landmark in Malwa PaintingRobert Skelton
3. Notes on Mandu KalpasutraPramod Chandra
No.4: Editorial: In Praise of Kathak
No.4: Historical Survey
1. Background of KathakD.G. Vyas
2. Technical Terms pertaining to Dance in general and used in KathakNirmala Joshi
3. The Schools of Kathak:
a.Lucknow GharanaMohan Khokar
b.Jaipur GharanaS.K.Saxena
c. Benaras GharanaNatavara
4. Nautch GirlBaijnath
5. Raigarh Raja's contrubution to KathakRasdhari
6.'Menaka', Pioneer of Kathak Dance DramaShirin Vajifdar
No.4: The Techniques of Kathak:
1. NrittaM.S.Kalyanpurkar
2.NrityaMohan Khokar
3. Hastas in KathakMaya Rao
No.4: Music, Theme and Costume:
1. The Role of Rhythm in KathakS.K. Saxena
2. Raslila- An Operatic DramaS.Awasthi
3. The Kathak costumes in Mughal TImesC.L. Fabri
4. Some songs of Binda Din MaharajNirmala Joshi
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 13Mulk Raj Anand1959, 1960MARG Publications
No.4: Editorial: Folk Dances of IndiaMulk Raj Anand
No.4: Regional Dances:
1.AndhraMohan Khokar
2.AssamMaheshwar Neog
3.Bengal
4. BiharHari Uppal
5. GujaratBanwari
6.Himachal PradeshM.K.
7.KanaraK.S. Karanth
8. KeralaMohan Khokar
9. KashmirRasika
10. Maharashtra & KonkanS.S.Paranjape
11. Madhya PradeshVerrier Elwin
12. OrissaVerrier Elwin
13. PunjabBalwant Gargi & M.K.
14.RajasthanBaijnath
15. SaurashtraSatyawan
16. Uttar PradeshProjesh Banerji
No.2: Editorial: Reflections on Orissi Dance
No.2: Introduction to Orissi DanceCharles Fabri
No.2: Historical Survey: Preliminary Note
1. The Evidence of Dance Sculptures from Orissan TemplesP.Misra
2. Myths, Legends and Historical FactsMohan Khokar
3. A Note on Maharis and GotipuasM.K.
4. Some Notes on Manuscripts on Orissi DanceSadashiv Rath Sharma
5. The Cult of JagganathHarekrishna Mahtab
No.2: Technique and RepertoryMohan Khokar
1. A Note on HastasDhirendra Nath Pattnaik
No.2: Musical Instruments in Orissi dance and Temple SculptureSadashiv Rath Sharma
No.2: Songs in Orissa that are Danced AwayMayadhar Mansinha
No.2: Costumes, Ornaments and Make-Up in OrissiDhirendra Nath Pattnaik
No.2: Orissi Dance Today and It's ExponentsNilmadhab Bose
No.3: Editorial: Short Films of India
No.3: Historical Survey:
1. The Background of the short film in India and future of DocumentaryMohan Bhavnani
2. Panorama of the Private Sector of Indian Short Film IndustryJag Mohan
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 14Mulk Raj Anand1960, 1961MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Photography as an Art Form
No.1: Conversation with Henri Cartier-Bresson
No.1: Indian Photography-50 yearsJ.N. Unwalla
No.1: The Amatuer and His CameraShama Kilanjar
No.1: Contemporary Trends in Indian PhotographyR.J. Chinwalla
No.1: Portfolio
1. Birth
2, Marriage
3. Work
4. Rhythm
5. Festival
6. Woman
7. Love
8. Marriage
9. Family
10. Faith
11. Pain
12. Old Age
13. Death
14. New Beginning
No.1: Symposium- What Makes a Photograph
No.2: Paintings of Rabindranath TagoreMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Prelimnary
No.2: The Background
No.2: Rhythm as the Essence of his approach to Paintin
No.2: Unconscious as the Source of his Paintings
No.2: Transition from Child Art to Man Art
1. (a) Scribble
(b) Forms
(c) Composition
2. Symbolism
3. Crystal Form
4. Expressionism
5. Supernatural
6. Transition
No.2: Supplement:
1. Tradition and creative evolution in Indian ArtHermann Goetz
2. Book Reviews
3. Exhibition Notes
No.3: Editorial: Space, Time and Clay
No.3: Evolution of Pottery Forms and Fabrics in IndiaZ.D. Ansari
No.3: Ceramics of the Indus Valley in Gujarat (2500 B.C. to 800 B.C.)S.R. Rao
No.3: The Copper and Stone age Pottery of Maheshwar-NavdatoliH.D. Sankalia
No.3: Northern Black Polished WareJ.S.Nigam
No.3: Decorated Pottery of North India (200 B.C. to 650 A.D.)J.S. Nigam
No.3: a Note on Ceramic Industry in BiharSita Ram Roy
No.3: Islamic PotteryDr.Mohammed Baqir
No.3: A Note on Folk Pottery
No.3: Contemporary Pottery: A Note By Primula Pandit
i. Gurucharan Singh
ii. Ratna Fabri
iii. Primula Pandit
iv. Nirmala Patwardhan
v. Ira Chaudhari
vi. B.K. Barua
vii. Hari Haran
viii. Vimoo Sanghvi
ix. Malti Divecha
No.4: Editorial: In Praise of Manipuri
No.4: Myths, Legends, and HistoryMohan Khokar
No.4: TechniqueNayana Jhaveri
No.4: "Abhinaya"Guru Bipin Singh
No.4: Lai HairaobaE. Nilkanta Singh
No.4: RasleelaRanjana Jhaveri
No.4: Sankirtan and CholomsSurachand Sharma
No.4: Tagore and Manipuri DancesShantidev Ghosh
No.4: MusicSuvarna and Darshana Jhaveri
No.4: Manipuri Costume, Ornaments and Make-UpRitha Devi
No.4: Guru PranalikaSurachand Sharma
No.4: Contemporary Gurus and ArtistsE. Nilkanta Singh
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 15Mulk Raj Anand1961, 1962MARG Publications
No:1: Editorial: New Planned City
No.1: The Master PlanLe Courbusier
a. The Secreteriat
b. High Court
c. The Assembly
No.1: Problems of Chandigarh ArchitectureE.Maxwell Fry
No.1: Living
a. Sector 22Jane B.Drew
b. High Cost Housing and AnteriorsU.E. Choudhary
c. Low Cost HousingJeet Malhotra
d. Architectural Control- Shops, Flats, etc.Aditya Prakash
No.1: Working
a. Educational InstitutionsB.P. Mathur
b. Public Building- Library, Polytechnic, Atomic Energy Monument, Printing Press, Chandigarh Club, etc.M.N. Sharma, P.Jeanneret, E.Maxwell Fry, and Jeet Malhotra
c. Industrial AreaN.S. Lamba
No.1: Care of Body and Spirit: Landscape GardeningM.S. Randhawa
No.1: Miscellanous:
a. Engineering in the Service of the CommunityG.R. Nangea
b. The City CentreA.R. Prabhawalkar
No.1: Aesthetic: Reflections on beauty of Line Shape and formP. Jeanneret
No.2: Editorial: Mathura of the Gods
No.2: Chronology
No.2: Historical Background: Kanishka and the Saka EraProf D.D.Kosambi
No.2: Origin of the Buddha Image
(a) by Mulk Raj Anand
(b) by Y.Krishan
(c) Portfolio
No.2: The Kusana Art of MathuraProf K.D.Bajpai
No.2: Kusana Art And The Historic Effigies of Mat (India) and Surkh Kotal (Afghanistan)C.M. Kieffer
No.2: The Gupta Art of MathuraV.N. Srivastava
No.2: Bibliography
No:2: Supplement
a. Book Reviews
b. Exhibition Notes
No.3: Editorial: Homage to Africa:
Discourse ITristan Tzara
Discourse IIMukraj Raj Anand
Discourse IIIJames Johnson Sweeney
No.3: Tribes of Africa:
I. Sudan:
1. Bambara
2. Bobo
3. Dogon
4. Mossi
II. Sierra Leone:
Mende
III. Ivory Coast
1. Baule
2. Dan
3. Guro
4. Senulo
IV. Ghana: Ashanti
V. Dohemey
VI. Nigeria
1. Ibibio
2. Ibo
3. Ijo
4. Yaruba
VII. Cameroon Grasslands:
1. Bamende
2. Bamum
3. Duala
VIII. Guinea Coast:
1. Baga
2. Benin
3. Ekoi
4. Fang
5. Ogoni
6. Ife
IX. Congo
1. Azande
2. Bajokwe
3.Bakota
4. Baluba
5. Bakongo
6. Basonge
7. Basuku
8. Bayaka
9. Bateke
10. Bushongo
11. Basundi
12. Mangbetu
13. Ourua
14. Bena Lulua
15. Bapende
No.4: Editorial: Homage to the HandloomsMulk Raj Anand and Pupul Jayakar
No.4: Indian Textiles in Historical PerspectiveJohn Irwin
No.4: Traditional Textiles of India:Pupul Jayakar
Introduction
1; Himroo, Paithan- (Maharashtra)
2. Patola, Gharchola (Saurashtra)
Dhabla- (Gujarat)
3. Tasar, Chanderi (Madhya Pradesh)
4. Daccai Jamdani, Baluchar- (West Bengal)
5. Bandhani- (Rajasthan)
6. Phulkari (Punjab)
7. Vichitrapuri Sari (Orissa)
8. Varanasi Brocades (Uttar Pradesh)
9. Telia Rumals of Pochampalli, Chirali, Kalamkari-(Andhra)
10. Kanchipuram Saris- (Madras)
11. Manipur, Naga and Assam Fabrics, Bleeding MadrasM.P. Nachimuthu Mudaliar
No.4: Contemporary Design Development in Handlooms:K.G. Subramanyam
(a) Contemporary Weaves of Nelly Mehta
(b) Contemporary Designs of Rangjyot
No.4: Symposiums:
1. Handloom Industry in the Third PlanW.R. Natu
2. LoomsD.S.V. Iyer
3. Weaver's Service Centres of the All India Handloom BoardPupul Jayakar
4. Export OrganizationS.Ratnam
5. Quality ControlC.S. Ramanathan
6. Internal MarketingM.Somappa
7. DisplayRatna Fabri
8. Appendix: Important Information on Handloms
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 16Mulk Raj Anand1962, 1963MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Confusion Worse Confounded
No.1: The Background
No.1: Transformation in the West
No.1: Indian Contemporaries:
1. Abindranath Tagore
2. D.P. Roy Chaudhari
3. Prodosh Das Gupta
4. Ramkinkar
5. Chintamani Kar
6. Shanko Chowdhury
7. Dhanraj Bhagat
8. Amarnath Sehgal
9. S.L.Prashar
10.Dharmani
11. Piloo Pochkhanawala
12. A Davierwalla
13. Raghvan Kaneria
14. Raja Ram
15. Dhanapala
16. Rajnikanth Panchal
17. Nagajibhai Patel
18. Raman Patel
No.2: EditorialMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Portfolio: Text and Pictures By:
1. Stuart C.Welch Junior
2. Richard Ettinghausen
3. Jagdish Mittal
No.2: Reflections on Deccani PaintingKarl Khandalavala
No.2: Part One:
1. AhmednagarMarg
2. Bijapur
Text and Pictures by
(1). Robert C.Welch
(2). Richard Ettinghausen
(3). Robert Skelton
3. GolcondaMuhammed Ashraf
No.2: Part Two
1. Paintings of the Hyderbad SchoolJagdish Mittal
2. Glass Paintings of HyderbadJ.M.
3. Deccani Painting at the Samasthans of Wanparthy, Gadwal and ShorapurJagdish Mittal
4. Kurnool (Cudappa)M.A.
5. ArcotM.A.
No.2: Chronology: Rulers of Centres of Deccani PaintingV.K. Bawa and Syed Mohiddin
No.2: BibliographyJagdish Mittal
No.2: Book Supplement
1. Pigments.
2. Book Reviews:
Stuart C.Welch
Amita Ray
W.G. Archer
B.Das Gupta Mulk Raj Anand
No.3: EditorialAmita Ray
No.3: Portfolio: The Development of Carving from Buddhsit Primitive Art to the Early Medieval Period
No.3: The Lesser Vehicle. The Greater Vehicle and the Worshippers of the Many GodsMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Sculptures in AurangabadAmita Ray
No.4: Editorial: Three Answers from the Dalai Lama
2. The Land and It's PeopleRaghu Vira
3. The Many Precious Thigs in the Story of Tibetan LamaismMulk Raj Anand
The Arts: Preliminary
No.4: Architecture: Solar and Lunar in the Development of Stupa ArchitectureLama Anagarika Govinda
No.4: Painting: Preliminary
1. Buddhist Painting in TIbetRahula Sankrityayana
2. Technique in Tibetan PaintingRahula Sankrityayana
3. Buddha and the sixteen Great Arhats- Seven Thangka's of the Province of Khams in TibetGeorge Roerich
4. Chart of Iconography
No,4: Bronzes
No.4: Ritual Objects
No.4:Metalware and Brassware
No.4: Calligraphy and Books
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 17Mulk Raj Anand1963, 1964MARG Publications
No.1: EditorialM.R.A.
No.1: Architecture and YouMarg
No.1: Reflections on the House, The Stupa, The Temple, The Mausoleum, from the Earliest Times till TodayMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Living
No.1: Working
No.1: Care of Body and Spirit
No.2: EditorialKamladevi Chattopadhyaya
No.2: Origin and Development of Embroidery in our LandKamladevi Chattopadhyaya
No.2: The Survey of Embroidery TraditionsJasleen Dhamija
No.2: Place of Embroidery in Indian CraftsKamala Dongerkery
No.2: The Commercial Embroidery of Gujerat in the 17th CenturyJohn Irwin
No.3: Editorial: World of ColourM.R.A.
No.3: Vaishnamvism: Inspiration of Rajput PaintingM.S. Randhawa
No.3: Some notes on the Composition of Pahari MuralsMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Technical NotesK.C. Aryan, T.R. Gairola
No.3: AkkiM.S.R.
No.3: ChambaJagdish Mittal
No.3: Dada SibaB.N. Goswamy
No.3: Dharamsal (Hoshiarpur Dist)B.N. Goswamy
No.3: JammuKhajuria
No.3: KankhalJagdish Mittal
No.3: KuluJagdish Mittal
No.3: MandiM.R.A.
No.3: NadaunB.N. Goswamy
No.3: NurpurK.C. Aryan
No.3: Sujanpur TIraM.R.A.
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 18Mulk Raj Anand1964, 1965MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Revival or Transformation
No.1: Glimpses of Evidence of Ancient Handicrafts of Rajasthan Based on ExcavationsR.C. Agrawala
No.1: The BackgroundSatya Prakash Srivastava
No.1: Survey of Arts and Crafts of RajasthanJasleen Dhamija
1. TextileJasleen Dhamija
2. MetalP.N. Mago
3. StoneSurendra Kalia
4. PotteryJasleen Dhamija
5. WoodworkJasleen Dhamija
6. ToysJasleen Dhamija
7. LeatherworkJasleen Dhamija
8. JewelleryP.N. Mago
No.1: Folk InstrumentsKomal Kothari
No.1: Tribal CultureJ.D. Mehra
No1: ArchitectureRanjit Sabikhi
No.2: Editorial: Old Criticism and New Criticism
No.2: Conversation in NagarjunakondaMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Sculptures of NagarjunakondaAmita Ray
No.2: The Plastic SituationMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Editorial: In Dreams Begins Responsiblity
No.3: Splendours and Miseries of BombayMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Symposium: Observation on the Development Plan for Greater BombayV.N. Modak
No.3: Symposium: The Future of Our CityDr.Jal F.Balsara
No.3: Municipal Plan
No.3: Planning for BombayCharles M.Correa, Pravina Mehta and Shirish B.Patel
No.4: Editorial: Carpets are Works of ArtK.C.
No.4: Origin of Pile Carpets and their Development in IndiaKamladevi Chattopadhyaya
No.4: Historical CarpetsCharles Grant Ellis, John Irwin
No.4: Survey of Pile Carpet IndustryJasleen Dhamija
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 19Mulk Raj Anand1965, 1966MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Museum- The House of Muses
1. Survey of Some Important Museums in India
1. Ashutosh MuseumD.P.Ghosh
2. Baroda MuseumV.L. Devkar
3. Bharat Kala BhavanAnand Krishan
4. Crafts MuseumAjit Mookerjee
5. Indian Museum (Calcutta)A.K.Bhattacharyya
6. Mathura MuseumA.M.
7. Madras MuseumA.Aiyappan
8.National MuseumGrace Morley
9.Prince of Wales MuseumS.V.Gorakshkar
10. Rabindra SadanaSobhanlal Ganguli and Sisirkumar Ghose
11. Salar Jung MsueumV.L. Devkar
12. Teen Murti MuseumM.V. Rajan
13. Industrial and Technical Museums
a. Viswesvarayya Industrial Museum
b. Birla Industrial & Technical Musuem
No.1: Problems of Technical DisplayGrace Morley
No.1: Preservation, Conservation of Museum ObjectsT.R. Gairola
No.2: Editorial: Invitation to the Dance: Bhagavat Mela Yakshagana, Kuchipudi,Krishnattam
No.2: Tamil Nad
a. Classical Bhagavata Mela Dance DramaE.Krishna Iyer
b. Therukoothu or Street PlayE.Krishna Iyer
No.2: Karnatak
a. YakshaganaK.S. Karanath
No.2: Andhra
a. The Kuchipudi Dance DramaBanda Kanakalingeshwara Rao
b. The Revival of Kuchipudi NrityaRagini Devi
No.2: Kerala
a. KrishnattamMrinalini Sarbhai
b. Festivals of the Goddess Bhagvati in KeralaRagini Devi
No.2: Book Supplement
a. In memoriam: Homi Bhabha
b. Book reviews and notes
No.3: Editorial: Research in Lacquer MagicM.R.A.
No.3: Lac and It's Antiquity
No.3: Portfolio
No.3: Lac-Turnery
No.3: Art Conceptions
No.3: Production Centres
1. Mysore
2. Rajasthan
3. Madhya Pradesh
4. Andhra Pradesh
5. Bihar
6. Punjab
7. Uttar Pradesh
8. Gujarat
9. Navrangpur
No.3: Sales and Exports
No.4: Poem
No.4: Part 1: Genesis, Task, Techniques:
i. Genesis of GraphicsMulk Raj Anand
ii. The TaskBhupendra Karia
iii. TechniqueBhupendra Karia
No.4: Part II: Contemporary Graphic ArtistsBhupendra Karia
i. Dilip Bakshi
ii. Jyoti Bhatt
iii. Arun Bose
iv. Roy Dalgarno
v. Somnath Hore
vi. Bhupendra Karia
vii. Kanwal Krishna
viii. Sailen Mitra
ix. Krishna Reddy
x. Magen Soma
No.4: Appendix: UNESCO I.A.P.A. Report
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 20Mulk Raj Anand1966, 1967MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Handicrafts in the Nations EconomyMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Historical-Cultural HeritageJ.C. Mathur
No.1: Ancient HandicraftsP.L. Gupta
No.1:Survey of CraftsJasleen Dhamija
1. Terracotta and Pottery
2. Sikri and Moonj Work
3. Brass and Bell Metal
4. Bamboo Craft
5. Wood and Stone Carving
6. Lacquerware
7. Embroidery
8. Jewellerry
9. MasksRam Dhamija
No.1: Domestic Arts of Mithila
1. General NoteJ.C. Mathur
2. Notes on PaintingMildred Archer
No.1: Bazaar StyleMildred Archer
No.1: Tribal CultureSachchidananda
No.2: Editorial: Ajanta to Ellora- Shapes of the Unknown
No.2: Historical Background
I: Architectural Features: Groundplans and Pillars
II: Buddha ImagesMARG Publications
III: Female FiguresMARG Publications
IV: Doorways
V: Dwarfs
VI: Guardians
VII: Old Men
VII: Pilasters
IX: Seated Couples
No.3: Design for LivingMulk Raj Anand
I: Design for Living:
1. A Project for UNESCO action, sponsored by Consensus at the Nehru Round Table, New Delhi, September 1966.
2. Draft resolution submitted to UNESCO, 14th General Assembly by Czechoslovakia, Finland, India, Japan, Mexico,Poland and Yugoslavia
II: Reflections on the crisis of Human Civilization and the possibilities of an integral programme for design for living.Mulk Raj Anand
III. The National Institute of Design
1. National Institute of Design Campus
2. Eames Report
3. Educational Programme
4. Architecture
5. Work for Clients: A Multi-storeyed building comprising offices and flats
6. Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
7. A Scheme for the Indian Pavilion at the Osaka World Fair
8. Landscape
9. A Preliminary Report for Palam Airport
10. Research Project: Studies for a Student Dormitory
11. Educational Programme:
a. Visual Communication
b. Excercises in Topography
12. Work For Clients
a. Nehru Exhibition
b. Multiple Projections at Indian Pavilion Expo' 67 Montreal
13. Animated FIlms:
a. "Swimmy"
b. "The Three Rooms"
14. Devanagari
15. Documentation of Rural Crafts in a Village of Saurashtra
16. Educational Programme:
a. Product design
b. Textile Workshop
17. Mass-produced Low-cost Furniture
18. Research Product: Fan
19. Work For Clients:
a. Electronic Instruments
b. Shaping Machine
20. Interior Design and Tableware for a Restaurant
Supplement
No.4: Preliminary: Rhythmic Fury of the Ancient Cities
I. The Many Delhis:
1. The River, the Ridge, the Forests, and the Many Delhis
2. Myth, legend and the Vertical History fo Indraprashtha
3. Qila-i-Rai Pithaura
II. Delhi Under the Sultanates:
1. The Might of Islam and the Highest Victory Tower
2. 'Sultan of the Cave' and the Iltutmish Mosque
3. The True Arch in Balban's Tomb
4. Alai Darwaza of Ala-ud-din Khilji
5. Tughlakabad
6. The 'Mad' Tughlak's Dream turned into Nightmares
7. Firoz Shah Kotla and a thousand fruit gardens
8. 'Not a Bird roved in Delhi after Timur'
9. The First Sayyid
10. The Struggle for the Keys of the Elephant Stables
11. Bahlol Lodi's Tomb
III. Under the Mughals: Delhi
1. Babur's Essays in Architecture
2. The Brief interlude under Humayun and the beginning of Hindu-Muslim Synthesis
3. Akbar's Agra
4. Fatehpur Sikri
5. Sikandra: Under Akbar and the Transition from Stone to Marble under Jehangir
6. Itmud-ud-Daula
7. Delhi Under Shah Jehan
8. The Taj Mahal
9. Delhi: Later Mughal- Safdarjung
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 21Mulk Raj Anand1967- 1968MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: The Breakthrough: Notes on the Modern Movement in SculptureMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Supplement:
1. Indian Art in the 1940'sProdosh Das Gupta
2. Indian Art in the 1950'sJaya Appaswamy
3. Indian Art in the 1960'sGeeta Kapur
No.2: Editorial: Question from Vol.XXI, No.1, The Modern Movement in SculptureMulk Raj Anand
Preliminary
No.1: The ContemporariesMulk Raj Anand
1. Argentina
2. Australia
3. Austria
4. Brazil
5. Bulgaria
6. Canada
7. Chile
8. Colombia
9. Czechoslovakia
10. Denmark
11. Federal Republic of Germany
12. Finland
13. France
14. German Democratic Republic
15. Great Britain
16. Greece
17. Hungary
18. India
19. Italy
20. Japan
21. Lebanon
22. Luxembourg
23. Netherlands
24. Norway
25. Poland
26. Spain
27. Switzerland
28. Turkey
29. United States of America
30. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
31. Yugoslavia
No.3: Editorial: The Creator, The Creation and the SutradharaMulk Raj Anand- M.C.
No.3: Various Types of Traditional Puppets of IndiaMeher Contractor
1. Rajasthan
2. Orissa
3. South India
a. String Puppets of South India
b. Yakshagana Puppets
4. Rod Puppets of Bengal
5. Glove Puppets of India
6. Shadow Puppets
a. Shadow Play in MalabarK.B. Iyer
b. Karnataka Shadows
c. Andhra Shadows
7. Contemporaries
a. The Darpana Academy, Ahmedabad- The Ramayana Revived with Andhra Shadow Puppets
b. Contemporary Puppeteers
No.4: The Pictorial Situation In Pahari PaintingMulk Raj Anand
No.4: Pahari Painting: The Family as the Basis of StyleB.N. Goswamy
1. The Argument
2. The Clue
3. The Family
4. The Style
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 22Mulk Raj Anand1968-1969MARG Publications
No.1: Editiorial: Chhau Dance- AnandamMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Chhau Dances of SaraikellaSunil Kothari
No.1: Technique
No.1: A Note on Masks
No.1: A Note on Music
No.1: Chhau Dances of MayurbhanjJivan Pani
No.1: Technique
No.1: Presentation
No.2: BhitargaonMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Bhitargaon: The Technique of ArchitectureR.Nath
No.3: Shah JehanMulk Raj Anand
No.3: The Taj Mahal: Dream in MarbleR.Nath
No.4: Editorial: Gandhi on ArtMulk Raj Anand
No.4: The Hand on the HeartMulk Raj Anand
No.4: ArchitectureRasika
No.4: SculptureAjit Mookerjee
No.4: PaintingPupul Jayakar
No.4: DecorationsPriya Das Gupta
No.4: The Present State of HandicraftsAshok Mitra
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 23Mulk Raj Anand1969-1970MARG Publications
No.1: EditorialMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Beauties in the Mud of the Potter's YardMulk Raj Anand
No.1: PortfolioAnanda Coomaraswamy, K.P. Jayaswal, Stella Kramrisch, S.K. Saraswati, Mulk
S.P. Srivastava R.Das Gupta"
No.1: The Terracotta Art of IndiaDr.H.D. Sankalia & M.K. Dhavalikar
No.2: Editorial: Himachal HeritageMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Architecture and Sculpture
1. MasrurP.N. Mago
2. BajnathMarg
3. BajauraMarg
4. NirthMarg
5. KushalaMarg
6. ChambaMarg
No.2: Wall PaintingsMarg
No.2: Wood CarvingMarg
No.2 : Arts & CarftsJasleen Dhamija
5. Pottery- P.N. Mago
No.3: Editorial: Hymn to Mahalbalipuram
No.3: The Ballad and the Source
No.3: Arjuna's Penance
No.3: The Vision of the Rock and the Plastic Situation of the PanelsMulk Raj Anand
No.3: MammalapuramT.N. Ramachandran
No.4: The Great Wrestler: The Continuity Under the MahamallaMulk Raj Anand
No.4: The Cave-Temples and the Rathas Under Narasimhavarman MahamallaT.N. Ramachandran
No.4: The Temples and Sculptures under Rajasimha
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 24Mulk Raj Anand1970-1971MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Afghanistan: Cross RoadsM.R.A.
No.1: Editorial: ArianaDr. Mustamandi
No.1: Space, time and Deity
No.1: Colour, Form and Design in Islamic ArchitectureMulk Raj Anand
No.1: The Development of Islamic Architecture in AfghanistanMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Minar at Jam, Chist, Balkh, Minar at Daulatabad
No.1: Mazar-I-Sharif
No.1: Herat
No.1: Interrelations of Islamic Architecture in Afghanistan
No.2: Editorial: The Buddha as CosmosMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Editorial: Bamiyan: Past and PresentB.B. Lal
No.2: Bamiyan
1. HistoricalMulk Raj Anand
2.The Development of the Standing Buddha from Hoti Mardhan to BamiyanM.R.A.
3. The Colossal Buddha and the Monastic GrottosNancy Hatch Dupree
No.2: The Wall Paintings of BamiyanBenjamin Rowland
No.2: Fondukistan
No.2: Kakrak
No.3: Editorial Glimpses of Wonder and Beauty in IvoryMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Conversation in KapisaMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Begram Ivories: The Transition of the MastercraftsmenC.Sivaramamurti
No.3: Portfolio
No.3: Begram Ivories and Indian StonesJ.LeRoy Davidson
No.3: Private Life In Ancient India as Seen from the Ivory Sculptures of BegramJeannine Auboyer
No: 4: Guest Editorial: Achaemenid Persia: Mauryan IndiaKarl Khandalawala
No. 4: The BackgroundMulk Raj Anand
No. 4: Chronological Development of Pasargadae, Persepolis and Naqsh-e-Rustam
No.4: The Transformation of Persepolis Architectural Motifs into Sculpture Under The Indian Mauryan DynastySir. Mortimer Wheeler
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 25Mulk Raj Anand1971-1972MARG Publications
No.1: The Metamophosis of Magic and Art in Hittite CivilizationMulk Raj Anand
No.1: The HittitesKurt Bittel
No.1: Portfolio
1. Paleolithic (9000-8000 B.C.)
2. Neolithic (7000 B.C.)
3. Chalcolithic (5000-3000 B.C.)
4. Early Bronze Age (3000-2500 B.C.)
5. Old Assyrian Colony Age (1950-1750 B.C.)
6. Old Hittite; New Hittite (1650-1450 B.C.)
a. Bogazkoy
b. Yazilikaya
c. Alacahoyuk
7. Late Hittite Period (1450-700 B.C.)
8. Phrygian Period (800-500 B.C.)
9. Urartian Period (1000-600 B.C.)
No.1: The Importance of Hittite ArtEkrem Akurgal
No.3: Rhythm of Dance and Music in the Bagh CavesMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Bagh Caves: Historical And Descriptive AnalysisJohn Anderson
1. Architecture
2. Sculpture
3. Painting
No: 4: Appreciation of Art In India TodayMulk Raj Anand
1. "All Art is Useless"
2. The Place of Art is in Civilization
3.The Montage Man
No. 4: What is Architecture?
1. Space, Time and Deity
2. The Questions of the Buddha
3. Monuments of the Age of the Gods
4. Islamic Architecture
5. The Model City of Jaipur
6. Indo-Colonial Architecture
7. Twentieth Century Compulsions
No.4: What is Sculpture?.
1. Sculpture of the Age of the Gods
2. Contemporary Sculptures
No. 4: What is Painting?.
1. Paintings of the Age of the Gods
2. Sultanate Paintings
3. Mughal Painting
4. Rajashtani Painting
5. Pahari Painting
6. Contemporary PaintingsAshok Mitra, Geeta Kapur, J.Swaminathan & Biren De
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 26Mulk Raj Anand1973MARG Publications
No.1: Treatment of Environment By the MughalsMulk Raj Anand
Preliminary: Gardening and Waterr Sites of the Ancient Hindus
Part 1
1. Babur's Innovations
2. Akbar
3. Jehangir
4. Shah Jehan
5. Aurangzeb
Part 2- Tomb Gardens of the Mughals
1. Under Akbar: Humayun's Tomb
2. Akbar's Tomb at Sikandra
3. Itmad-ud-daula under Jehangir and Nur Jahan
4. Jehangir's Tomb
5. Under Shah Jahan
Part 3- Indoor Water-devices in Palace Gardens of the Mughals:R. Nath
1. Sikri
2. Agra Fort
3. Red Fort, Delhi
No.2: Editorial: Mohiniattam: Nature or SynthesisMulk Raj Anand
I, The Charm of MohiniattamY.G. Doraiswamy
II. MythKanak Rele
III. The OriginsKanak Rele
IV. Historical SurveyBalakrishna Kurup
V. Technique
VI. Repertoire
VII. The Three Surviving Traditional Dancers
VIII. Contemporary Exponents
IX. Costume and Makeup
X. Musical Content and Instruments
XI. Kamsa NatakamKanak Rele
No.3: Editorial: Souvenirs of Madhya Pradesh ScupturesMulk Raj Anand
I. PortfolioMulk Raj Anand
II. Madhya Pradesh Sculpture Through the AgesProf. K.D. Bajpai
1. Historical
(i) Pre and Proto-history
(ii) Early History
(iii) The Gupta Period
(iv) Early Medieval
(v) Late Medieval
2. Scupltural:
(i) Early Stages
(ii) Gupta Art
(iii) Medieval Sculpture
(iv) Jaina Pantheon
No.4: The Turkish Heritage in Painting
I. Portfolio
II. Development of Fourteenth-Fifteenth Century Painting in Khorasan, Iran and TurkeyNorah TItley
III. Ottoman Turkish MiniaturesFiliz Cagman
Book Supplement
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 27Mulk Raj Anand1973-1974MARG Publications
No.1: Editoral: A Foregtten CultureMulk Raj Ananda
No.1 The Mask and the Smile: Chronology
No.1 The Glory that Was AngkorT.Narayanan
1. Historical Background
2. Civilization and Culture in the Mekong Valley
3,The Thirteen Styles
1. Ambor (Seventh Century A.D.)
2. Prei Khmeng (first halfof eigth century .A.D.)
3. Kompong Preah (Second half of the eigth century A.D.)
4. Kulen (First half of the Ninth Century A.D.)
5. Preah Koh (Second Half of the Ninth century A.D.)
6.Bakong (Second Half of the Ninth Century A.D.)
7. Phnom Bakheng (end of the ninth century and beginning of the tenth century A.D.)
8. Koh Ker (about the middle of the tenth century A.D.)
9.Banteay Sreay (second half of the tenth century A.D.)
10. Kleang (End of the tenth century and first half of the eleventh century A.D.)
11. Baphuon (second hald of the elevnth century A.D.)
12. Angkor Wat (End of the eleventh and first half of the twelfth century A.D.
13. Bayon (End of the twelfth and beginning of the thirteenth century A.D.)
No.2: Bangladesh Heritage
No.2: Green and Gold and Blue and Grey: The BackgroundSyed Ali Khan
No.2: Architecture without Architects
No.2: Space Relations According to the law of the Near and Far
1. Mahasthan
2. Paharpur
3. Mainamati
No.2: Return to the Native Country: Preliminary to Islamic Architecture
No.2: Islamic Architecture
1. Mamluk Style
2. The Ilyas Shahi Style
3. The Classical Phase of Architecture in Guar
4. The Husain Shahi Style
5. Mughal Style
No.2: Regional Religious Architecture in Bengal: A Study of the Sources of Origin and CharacterHitearanjan Sanyal
No.3: Preface
No,3: Buddhist Art In Licchavi NepalPratyapaditya Pal
A. Introduction
B. Buddhism in Licchavi Nepal and the Monastery
C. Licchavi Caitya
D. The Buddha Image
E. The Bodhisattvas
F. Conclusion
No.4: Editorial: Haryana Heritage
No.4: I: Pre-Historic
1. Pre-Harappan
Banawali
Mitahal
2. Harappan
Banawali
Mitahal
3. Late Harappan
Daulatpur
II. Historical
1.Raja Karna-ka-Qila
2. Topra-Delhi Pillar of Ashoka
3. Tosham
III. Early Medieval
1. Thanesar
2. Kalayar
3. Pinjuar Sculptures
4. Asthal Bohr (Rohtak)
5. Remains of Fortifications
6. Suraj Kund
7. The Sun Image
8.Hansi
IV.Medieval
1. Fatehabad
2. Tosham
3. Jhajjar
4. The Lat of Firoz Shah at Fatehabad
5. Hansi
6. Narnaul
7. Pinjaur Garden
8. Tomb of Sheikh Chilli
9. Paintings and Marble screen in the Dargah-i-Qalandar
10. Farouknagar
11. Sohna
12. Badkal Lake
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 28Mulk Raj Anand1974-1975MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Folk Art Versus Fine Art
I. The Background
II. The Art of Living in the Punjab VIllage
1. The House
2. Carpentry
3. Pottery
4. Weaving
5. Embroidery
6. Utensil making
7. Leatherwork
No.2: Pahari Miniatures: A Concise HistoryW.G. Archer
No.2: Introduction
1. Mankot and Basohli
2. Kulu
3. Jammu, Jasrota, Bhota and Bandralta
4. Mandi, Kahlur, Baghal, Hindur and Suket
5. Nurpur and Chamba
6. Guler, Garhwal and Sirmpur
7. Kangra, Siba and Datarpur
No.2: Book Supplement
No.3: Editorial: Homage to Amir KhusrauMulk Raj Anand
No.3: I: Persian Paintings of the 14th, 15th, 16th Centuries and it's influence on Indian PaintingNorah Titley
No.3: II: Miniature Paintings Illustrating the Works of Amir Khusrau: 15th, 16th, 17th CenturiesNorah Titley
No.4: Editorial: Bhimbetka
No.4: I: Pre-Historic Cave PaintingsV.S. Wakankar
No.4: II: Indian Rock Paintings- Study in SymobologyS.K.Pandey
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 29Mulk Raj Anand1975-1976MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Haryana CraftsMulk Raj Anand
No.1: I: Sheafs Gleaned from the Harvests in Haryana
No.1: II: Rhythm of Life in Crafts
1. Building
2. Pots and Pans
3. The Warp and the Woof
4. The Needle and Thread
5. Jewellery
6. Decorative Art or Rhytmic Vitality
7. Leather Work
No.2: Editorial: The Green CityMulk Raj Anand
No.2: I: Splendours of Samarkand ArchitectureProf. Pugacinkova
No.2: II: Monuments
1. Shah Zindeh
2. Bibi Khanum
3. Gur Emir
4. Registan
a. Ulug Beg
b. Shir Dor
c. Tillya Kari
5. Abdu-Darun
6. Ishrat Khan
7. Ak-Serai
No.3: IntroductionRichard Ettinghausen
No.3: Sources of Arab PaintingMarg
No.3: Arab Painting, 358 A.H./996 A.D.- 1112 A.H./1700 A.D.David James
No.3: Introduction
1. Fatimid Painting, 358 A.H./969 A.D. - 567 A.H./1171 A.D.
2. Syria and Mesopotamia- 545 A.H./1150 A.D.- 654 A.H./1128 A.D.
Southern Mesopotamia
The Baghdad Maqamat Manuscripts, Mosul.
3. Developments after 656 A.H./1258 A.D.
4. The Bahri Mamluks 648 A.H./1250 A.D. - 792 A.H./1390 A.D.
5. Spain and North Africa.
North Africa.
6. Painting after- 772 A.H./1370 A.D.
Foreign Influence
Christian Painting
New Styles
No.4: Indian Art in The Victoria and Albert MuseumJohn Irwin
1. Phase 1: 1791-1858
2. Phase 2: 1858-1879
3. Phase 3: 1879-1911
4. Phase 4: 1911-1949
5. Phase 5: 1949-1975
No.4: The Human Form in Indian SculptureJohn Irwin
No.4: Notes By Marg
(a). The Treatment of Space in Indian Painting
(b). Paintings of the Hamza Nama
(c) Paintings of the Akbar Nama
No.4: Indian Textiles in Historical PerspectiveJohn Iriwn
No.4: Fremlin CarpetsJohn Irwin
No.4:Shah Jehan's CupS.D.
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 30Mulk Raj Anand1976-1977MARG Publications
No.2: Bilzad and the Herat RenaissanceMARG
No.2: The Sources of poetic imagination in the Fifteenth Century Persian PaintingMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Fifteenth Century Persian Miniature PaintingNorah Titley
No.2: Herat Under the Timurid Sultan Husayn BeyqaraBasil Gray
No.2: Bihzad: An AlbumMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Bihzad and His SchoolB.W. Robinson
No.3: Homage to AmritsarMulk Raj Anand
No.3: The Pool of NectarK.C. Aryan
No.3: Sri Hari Mandir Sahib: Evolution of the ShrineMadanjit Kaur
No.3: Art and Architecture of the Golden Temple
No.3: Akal Takht
No.3: Gurudwara Baba Atal SahibKunwarjit Kang
No.3: Painting and Prayer: A Note on the Heiratic Pictorial Art under the SikhsMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Survivals of the Wall Paintings in AmritsarKanwarjit Kang
No.3: Janam Sakhis: A Guler SeriesMARG
No.3: Paintings under court Patronage, Folk PaintingsK.C. Aryan
No.3: Metalware, Woodwork and IvoriesK.C. Aryan
No.4: Homage to Jaipur
No.4: I: An Epistle Dedicatory to the Master Builder Sawai Jai SInghMulk Raj Anand
No.4: II: Architecture
1. The Dream and the PlanAshim Kumar Roy
2. Album: Amber to Badal Mahal
3. 'A Filigree city spun out of Nothingness'Satish Davar
4. Jantar Mantar: Time, Space and DeityMulk Raj Anand
No.4: III: Sanskriti: Cultivation of the Soil
1. Albums of Wall PaintingsKunwarjit Kang
2. MiniaturesAshok Kumar Das
3. Costumes and TextilesChandramani
4. Enamels and JewelleryJamila Brij Bhushan
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 31Mulk Raj Anand1977-1978MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: In Praise of Hoysala ArtMulk Raj Anand
No.1: The Hoysala LegacyRobert J.Del Bonta
1. Historical Background
2. Stylistic Background
3. The Architectural Style
(a). The Temple Plan
(b) Spatial Organization within the Compound
(c) Articulation of the Wallsl
4. The Artists
5. A Note on Iconography
6. The Hoysala Legacy
No.1: Notes on PlatesCarmel Berkson
No.2: Editorial- Glimpses of Wonder and Beauty- Indian Heritage
I. The Nude Godess in Indian ArtH.D. Sankalia
II. Warli PictographsPupul Jayakar
III. The Best of Lovers- the Krishna LilaMulk Raj Anand
IV. Souvenirs from Indian JadeM.L. Nigam
V. A Dream House in the Rocks- the Vision of Mehdi Nawaz JungMulk Raj Anand
VI. The Camera Eye- Six Visionaries
VII. Some new trends in Indian SculptureJanak Jhankar Narzary
VIII. New ContemporariesGulam Mohammed Sheikh
No.3: Editorial: Homage to Dinkar KelkarMulk Raj Anand
No.3: The HouseMulk Raj Anand
a. Music
b. Toilet
c. Cooking
d. Working
e. Leisure
No.3: My Past is my FutureDinkar Kelkar
I. Daily Worship: The Icons and Ritual Accesories
II. The Light: Lamps of the Temple and the House
III, Wood Carving
IV. Artifacts for use in Writing: Ink wells and Pen Cases
V. The Culture of Tambula: Betel boxes, Lime containers and Nut-crackers
VI. Artefacts of Beauty Culture: Vajris, combs and Textiles
VII. Miscellaneous Utilities:
a. Kitchen utensils and implements
b. Smoking Pipes
c. Spitoons
d. Gunpowder Cases
e. Locks
f. Musical Instruments
g. Indoor Games
VIII. The Gaitra-Gauri PataJutta-Jain Neubauer
No.4: Editorial: Homage to KalamkariMulk Raj Anand
No.4: I: Towards a definition of KalamkariLotika Varadarajan
No.4: II: Gaiety in Colour and Form: Painted and Printed ClothsPupul Jayakar
No.4: III: Spring Feeling: The Vasanta Vilasa (three vignettes)Saryu Doshi
No.4: IV: Painted Banners on Cloth:
1. Vividha-tirtha-pata of AhmedabadSridhar Andhare
2. The Pancha-kalyanaka Pata, School of AurangabadSaryu Doshi
No.4: V: Dazzling to the Eye: Pichhvais from the DeccanSaryu Doshi
No.4: VI: Matano Chandarvo: Textile pieces for godess worship in GujaratEberhard Fischer, Jyotindra Jain & Haku Shah
No.4: VII: Patachitra of OrissaJ.P. Das
No.4: VIII:The Significance of ChintzJohn Irwin
No.4: IX: Some Important Indian ChintzesKatherine Brett
No.4: X: Painters of Cotton: A Note on the Floorspread in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London
N.4: XI: Kalamkari: TransformationNelly Sethna, Yashodara Dalmia
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 32Mulk Raj Anand1978-1979MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: In Praise of Aihole, Badami, Mahakuta and PattadakalMulk Raj Anand
No.1: The Continuity of Symbols and ImagesMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Roots, Relations and Relevance: The Chalukyan BackdropMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Temples of Early Chalukyas: Aihole, Badami, Mahakuta, and PattadakalGeorge Mitchell
No.2: Editorial: In Praise of Kerala Heritage
No.2: Architectural Developments of Kerala TemplesRonald Bernier
No.2: The Tradition of Wall Painting in KeralaMulk Raj Anand
No.2: The Theatre of the Imagination
1. Kathakali: The Sacred Dance: Drama of KeralaSunil Kothari
2. Kudiyattam: Fantasy and Poetry in DanceD. Appukuttam Nair
3. Mohiniattam: The Dance of the EnchantressGeeta Radhakrishna
4. Ecstasy of the Folk Dance: Mystical Rhythms of the Village CommunityKavalam Naryana Panikkar
No.2: The Mosques of KeralaT.P. Kuttiaummu
No.2: The Synogogue: The Jewish HeritageCarmel Berkson
No.2: The Churches: Christian HeritageD.Babu Paul
No.3: Editorial: In Praise of Bharat NatyamMulk Raj Anand
No.3: Spritual BackgroundRukmini Devi
No.3: Musical ContentProf P.Sambamoorti
No.3: History, Roots, Growth & RevivalSunil Kothari
No.3: NrittaSunil Kothari
No.3: NrityaSunil Kothari
No.3: RepertoireE. Krishna Iyer
No.3: NatyaSunil Kothari
No.3: Mysore School of Bharat NatyamSunil Kothari
No.3: GuruparamparaSunil Kothari
No.3: ContemporariesSunil Kothari
No.4: Editorial: In Praise of Christian Art in GoaMulk Raj Anand
No.4: Portfolio
No.4: Shrines and Mansions of GoaJose Pereira
1. Panorama of Indian Baroque
2. Rome of Asia
3. Lost Seminary of Goa's Culture: Sao Paulo de Los Arcos
4. Masterpiece of Indian Baroque: The Santana at Tallauli
5. Rococo Goa
6. Retables
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 33Mulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
No.1: Warp and WoofMulk Raj Anand
No.1: The Story of the Calico MuseumMartand Singh
No.1: Costumes through the AgesDr. Moti Chandra, Saryu Doshi & Marg
No.1: Indian Textiles through the centuryPupul Jayakar
No.1: The Romance of Indo-European Textile TradeMarg
No.2: Editorial: Splendours of Tamil NaduMulk Raj Anand
No.2: Tamil Temple Architecture and ArtK.V. Soundara Rajan
No.2: On going Tamil Nadu SculptureMarg
No.2: South Indian BronzesC. Sivaramamurthy
No.2: Tamil PaintingsR.Nagaswamy
No.3: Editorial: In Praise of Gomateshwara Shravana BelgolaMulk Raj Anand
No.3: The Pilgrim's Path at Shravana BelgolaSaryu Doshi
No.3: The Three Jewels of Jain PhilosophyT.G. Kalghatgi
No.3: The Legend of Bahubali, the Quintessence of Quest and ConquestL.C. Jain
No.3: Shravana Belgola in Legend and HistoryL.K. Srinivasan
No.3: The MahamastakabhishekaVilas A. Sanghave
No.3: The Art Treasures of Shravana BelgolaSaryu Doshi
No.3: Jain Metal Images from the Deccan KarnatakaSadashiv Gorakshkar
No.4: The RIse and Fall of the Vijayanagara EmpireMulk Raj Anand
No.4: History and Myth (Part I)George Mitchell
No.4: Man in Nature- Town Planning (Part II)George Mitchell
No.4: From Power to Pleasure (Part III)George Mitchell
No.4: God and Men (Part IV)George Mitchell
No.4: Muslim Influence (Part V)Antony Hutt
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 34Mulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
No.1: Editorial: Maharjah Ranjit Singh as Patron of the ArtsMulk Raj Anand
No.1: Transformation of Folk Images into Awareness of Beauty in Art ExpressionMulk Raj Anand
No.1: ArchitectureM.R.A.
No.1: Wall Paintings under the SikhsKanwarjit Singh Kang
No.1: A Matter of Taste: Some Notes on the Context of Painting in Sikh PunjabB.N. Goswamy
No.1: Changing Faces of Maharajah Ranjit Singh in Sikh PunjabMan Mohan Singh
No.1: Maharajah Ranjit Singh's Court: Painters and the PaintedMan Mohan Singh
No.2: Shivaji- The Founder of the Maratha KingdomA.R. Kulkarni
No.2: Temple ArchitectureM.S. Mate
No.2: Maratha ManorsG.H. Khare
No.2: Tradition of Painting- it's origin and continuityM.S. Mate
No.2: Miniature PaintingM.S. Mate
No.2: Mural TraditionKamal Chavan
No.2: The Tanjore MarathasR.Nagaswamy
No.3: Performing Arts- A DefinitionNarayana Menon
No.3: Gita Govinda- Processes of DiffusionKapila Vatsyayan
No.3: Bharata NatyamT.Balasaraswati
No.3: Kalarpayattu of KeralaG. Sankara Pillai
No.3: Martial Dances of ManipurE. Nilakanta Singh
No.3: Gods and Ghosts- Teyyam and Bhuta RitualsBulan Nambiar
No.3: Chaitra Parva Rituals- Chhau DancesMohan Khokar
No.3: Indian Theatre Today- Grappling with New RealitiesKumud Mehta
No.4: From The Editor
No.4: Architectural Decoration and Clothing ConventionJan Pieper
No.4: Temple Terracotta Decoration: Interaction between monumental and vernacular traditionsGeorge Michell
No.4: Traditional Woodwork in Secular ArchitectureV.S. Pramar
No.4: Wall Decorations of a Mobile PeopleJutta Jain-Neubauer & Jyotindra Jain
No.4: Haveli Facades: Concepts of EmbellishmentsKulbhushan Jain
No.4: Traditional Motifs in house ornamentationG.K. Kanhere
No.4: Newar Widows as elements of ArchitectureNiels Gutschow
No.4: Barber Shops of MaduraiJan Pieper
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 35Dr Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
No.1: From the Editor
No.1: Vestiges of Buddhist ArtS.Nagaraja
No.1: Jaina Centre of WorshipSaryu Doshi and A.Sundara
No.1: The Hindu HeritageL.K. Srinivasan
No.1: Traditions in PaintingB.V.K. Sastry
No.1: The Islamic LegacyCatherine B.Asher
No.1: Monuments of Tipu SultanRadhika Sabavala
No.2: The Heritage of Islamic Art in IndiaKarl Khandalavala
No.2: The Snake and the Camel-RiderRai Anand Krishna
No.2: Illustrated Islamic ManuscriptsNarindar Nath and Karl Khandalavala
No.2: Indo-Islamic Arms & ArmourG.N. Pant
No.2: Indo-Islamic Metal and GlasswareJagdish Mittal
No.2: Islamic Coinage in IndiaR.Vanaja
No.2: The Mughal Jades of IndiaM.L.Nigam
No.2: Glimpses of Muslim Architecture in IndiaR.Nath
No.3: IntroductionSaryu Doshi
No.3: The Hindu Past: Sculpture and ArchitectureGritli V.Mittervallner
No.3: Temple Sanctuaries: Expressions of DevotionSaryu Doshi & P.P. Shirodkar
No.3: Christian Impress: Churches and CloistersJ.Velinkar, S.J.
No.3: Icons of Faith: Wood and IvoryKalpana S.Desai
No.3: Of Silks and Embroidery: Indo-Portuguese TextilesLotika Varadrajan
No.4: Continuity and Change: The Festival of India in Great Britain
No.4: IntroductionSaryu Doshi
No.4: Ganjifa: The Playing Cards of IndiaRudolph Von Leyden
No.4: In the Image of Man: The Indian Perception of the Universe through 2000 years of Painting and SculptureKapila Vatsyayan, Thomas Stuart Maxwell, George Michell, Linda Leach
No.4: The Indian Heritage: Court Life and Arts under Mughal RuleRosemary Crill
No.4: Six Indian Painters: Rabindranath Tagore, Jamini Roy, Amrita Sher-Gill, M.F. Husain, K.G. Subrmanyam, Bhupen KhakharGeeta Kapur
No.4: AditiPriya Devi and Rajiv Sethi and Priya Devi
No.4: The Living Arts of India: Craftsmen at WorkSwantantrata Prakash, Colin Ford
No.4: The Master WeaversJyotindra Jain
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 36Dr Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
No.1: IntroductionSaryu Doshi
No.1: Continuity and ChangeMildred Archer
No.1: The Art of the Book in IndiaJeremiah P.Losty
No.1: Contemporary Indian ArtGeeta Kapur
No.1: Indian Art at OxfordEbraham Alkazi, Brian Durrans
No.1: Vasna: Inside an Indian VillageBrian Durrans, Haku Shah
No.1: Design In IndiaNimesh Bhatt and S.Balaram
No.2: Introduction: The Identity Crisis in the Visual and Performing ArtsSaryu Doshi
No.2: Painting: Paintings and Sketches of Nandalal BoseRatan Parimoo
No.2: Iconography: Metamorphosis in Myth, composite and animal forms in Vaishnava ArtNandini and Haridas Swali
No.2: Metalware: Ornamental Pandans of the Mughal AgeMark Zebrowski
No.2: Dance: Dance in Tradition, The PioneersMohan Khokar
No.3: Introduction
No.3: Manuscript Tradition
No.3: Miniature Painting
1. Early Articulations: 1050-1350 A.D.
2. Regional Interpretations: 1350-1550 A.D.
No.3: Legends
1. Adi-Purana
2. Kalpa Sutra
No.4: IntroductionSaryu Doshi
No.4: Everyday ArtAnjali Munshi
No.4: CraftsRoshan Kalapesi
No.4: CoinsKalpana Desai
No.4: JewelleryR.S. Morwanchikar
No.4: Ancient Metal ImagesS. Gorakshkar
No.4: Miniature PaintingsSaryu Doshi
No.4: Contemporary ArtBaburao Sandwelkar
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 37Dr Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
No.1: IntroductionSurya Doshi
No.1:Rock-cut TemplesKarl Khandalavala
No.1: Ancient StructuresA.P. Jamkhedkar
No.1: Medieval MonumentsShankar Menon
No.1: Bombay
1. PerspectiveP.M. Joshi and S.S. Rege
2. LandmarksFoy Nissen
3. CharismaBehram Contractor
No.2: ForewordGeorge A.Sioris
No.2: IntroductionSaryu Doshi
No.2: The Sublime and the InfiniteLokesh Chandra
No.2: Traditions
1. The Emblems of EmpireR.Vanaja
2. Prophesy of PlanetsM.C. Joshi
3. The Arrested MomentLolita Nehru
No.2: A Cultural DiffusionChhaya Haesner
No.3: PrefaceGeorge Michell
No.3: IntroductionAnnemarie Schimmel
No.3: Chronological Maps and Chart
1. Bahmani CoinageMarie H.Martin
2. DaulatabadJohn Burton-Page
3. GulbargaElizabeth Merklinger
4. BidarGeorge Michell
5. BijapurJohn Burton-Page
6. Golconda and HyderabadGeorge Michell
No.4: Guest Editor's Preface
No.4: IntroductionPratapaditya Pal
No.4: Charles Lang Freer (1856-1919)Robert E.Fisher
No.4: Avery Brundage (1887-1975)Clarence F.Shangraw
No.4: John D.Rockefeller, 3rd (1906-1978)Robert L.Brown
No.4: Selections from the Pan-Asian CollectionPratapaditya Pal
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 38Pratapaditya PalMARG Publications
No.1: Nasli M.Heeramaneck (1902-1971)Nancy Thomas
No.1: Edward Binney, 3rd (1925-1986)Thomas W.Lentz,Jr.
No.1: Norton Simon (1907- )Pratapaditya Pal
No.2: The Study of Fatehpur-SikriMilo C.Beach
No.2: Urban Structures and FunctionsGlenn D.Lowry
No.2: The Geometry of Power: The City's PlanningAttilio Petruccioli
No.2: The Imperial CapitalJohn.F.Richards
No.2: The Economic and Social SettingIrfan Habib
No.2: The City as an Intellectual CenterBruce B.Lawrence
No.2: The City as an Artistic CenterMicheal Brand
No.2: Conserving Fatehpur-Sikri: The Designer's RoleAshoke Chatterjee
No.3: A Glorious AwakeningKarl Khandalavala and Saryu Doshi
No.3: SculpturesKarl Khandalavala and Archana Roy
No.3: TerracottasKarl Khandalavala and Archana RoyMARG Publications
No.3: The Tradition of Manuscript IlluminationSaryu DoshiMARG Publications
No.4: Differing Concepts of Art: An IntroductionUrsula Bickelmann
No.4: Remembering The EncounterNissim Ezekiel
No.4: Art- East and WestGeorge Lechner
1. Ernst Fuchs
2. S.H. Raza
3. Bikash Bhattacharjee
4. Mark Prent
5. Francis Newton Souza
6. Peter Nagel
7. Piloo Pochkhanawala
8. Balan Nambiar
9. G.R. Santosh
10. Jeram Patel
11. Wolfgang Laib
12.Peter Kinley
13. Claude Lagoutte
14. Manjit Bawa
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 39Karl Khandalavala, Roshan Sabavala, Sadashiv GoraksharMARG Publications
No.1: IntroductionKapila Vatsayayan
No.1: Patronage Under The Medici and The Mughals Cultural Parallels and Artistic ExchangesDalu Jones
No.1: Pietre Dure and Other Artistic Contracts Beteween The Court of The Mughals and That of of The MediciEbba Koch
No.1: The CIty as an Image of the King- Some notes on the Town-Planning of Mughal Capitals in the Sixteenth an Seventeenth CenturiesAttilio Petruccioli
No.1: Hanging Gardens In the Princely Capitals of Rajasthan and In Early Renaissance Italy Sacred Space, Earthly Paradise, Secular Ritual.Jan Pieper
No.1: Metaphysical And Ephemeral ArchitetureGuisto Puri Purini
No.2: Patron, Artist and Temple- An IntroductionVidya Dehejia
No.2: Munificient Monarch and a Superior Sculptor- Eighth Century ChambaPratapaditya Pal
No.2: Inspired Patron of Himalayan Art- Eighth Century KashmirRobert E.Fisher
No.2: Kalachuri Monarch and His Circular Shrine of Yoginis- Tenth Century BheraghatVidya Dehejia
No.2: Lord of Kalanjara and His Shrine of the Emerald Linga- Eleventh Century KhajurahoDevangana Desai
No.2: Scholar Emperor and a Funerary TempleKirit Mankodi
No.3: Maps
No.3: Historical ContextJohn Burton-Page
No.3: Urban ContextR.N. Mehta & Rasesh Jamindar
No.3: Mosques and TombsJohn Burton-Page
No.4: A Pre-Kushan Buddha Image from MathuraPratapaditya Pal
No.4: A Gandharan Bronze Buddha Statuette: It's Place in the Evolution of the Buddha Image in GandharaMartha L.Carter
No.4: The Case of the two Witnesses to Buddha's EnlightenmentJanice Leoshko
No.4: The Pesistence of Buddhism in TamilnaduVidya Dehejia
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 40Karl Khandalavala, Roshan Sabavala, Sadashiv Gorakshar1988-1989MARG Publications
No.1: IntroductionJanice Leoshko
No.1: The Mahabodhi TempleGeri H.Malandra
No.1: The Vajrasana BuddhaJanice Leoshko
No.1: Gaya: Monuments of the Pilgrimage TownFrederick M.Asher
No.1: Bodhgaya and South-east AsiaRobert L.Brown
No.2: The Enigma of HarwanRobert E.Fisher
No.2: Buddhist ArchitectureRobert E.Fisher
No.2: Stone TemplesRobert E.Fisher
No.2: Early Stone and Terracotta SculptureJohn Siudmak
No.2: Kashmir and the Tibetan ConnectionPratapaditya Pal
No.4: IntroductionPauline Rohatgi & Pheroza Godrej
No.4: The Peoples of IndiaMildred Archer
No.4: A Floral ParadiseRay Desmond
No.4: William Hodges and the Daniells at AgraPauline Rohatgi
No.4: The Tipu Mania: Narrative Sketches of the Conquest of MysoreAnne Buddle
No.4: The Travels of Henry Salt And Lord Valentia In IndiaPheroza Godrej
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 41Karl Khandalavala, Roshan Sabavala, Sadashiv Gorakshar1990MARG Publications
No.1: IntroductionPaulin Rohatgi and Pheroza Godrej
No.1: A Bountiful ArkRay Desmond
No.1: Amatuer Artists in Western India: James Forbes and Robert Melville GrindlayPauline Rohatgi
No.1: Eating Habits of the British In IndiaShalini Devi Holkar
No.1: Some Monuments of Old MadrasS.Muthiah and Pauline Rohatgi
No.1: A Gallery of Governors-GeneralPheroza Godrej
No.2: EditorialSaryu Doshi
No.2: IntroductionKapila Vatsyayana
No.2: History: The Celestial InheritageE. Nilakanta Singh
No.2: Lai-Haroba: The Gods RejoiceR.K. Achoubsiana SIngh
No.2: Sankirtan: The Dance of DevotionSurachand Sharma
No.2: Rasa-Lila: The Sacred CircleAngana Jhaveri
No.2: Technique: Choreographic ContentRanjana Jhaveri and Darshana Jhaveri
No.2: Abhinaya: The Aesthetics of ExpressionGuru Bipin Singh and Kalavati Devi
No.3: IntroductionSheila R.Canby
No.3: "Zenith of the Time" The Painter Pir Ahmed BagshimaliB.W. Robinson
No.3: Siyah QalamJ.M. Rogers
No.3: Changing Worlds: Bihzad and the New PaintingThomas W.Lentz
No.3: Sultan Mohammed Tabrizi: Painter at the Safavid CourtPriscilla Soucek
No.3: Age and Time in the Work of RazaSheila R.Canby
No.4: Kali, Calcutta, and Kalighat PicturesPratapaditya Pal
No.4: Indian Artists and British Patrons in CalcuttaPratapaditya Pal
No.4: Early Photography in CalcuttaSIddharth Ghosh
No.4: Calcutta and the Early Growth of the Bengal School of PaintingAmita Ray
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 42Karl Khandalavala, Roshan Sabavala, Sadashiv GoraksharMARG Publications
No.1: ForewordRoy C.Craven, Jr.
No.1: The Reign of Raja Dalip Singh (1695-1741) and the Siege of Lanka Series of GulerRoy C.Craven, Jr.
No.2: Foreword
No.2: Myths, Legends and History
No.2: Dance Sculptures
No.2: The Palm-leaf Manuscripts and the Sangita Texts
No.2: The Living traditions: The Maharis and the Gotipuas
No.2: Contemporaries
No.3: EditorialKarl Khandalavala
No.3: The Rulers of the Gupta DynastyParmeshwari Lal Gupta
No.3: Towards Understanding Gupta SculptureJ.C. Harle
No.3: Buddhist and Brahmanical Gupta Sculptures from MathuraR.C. Sharma
No.3: Jaina Art of the Gupta PeriodM.N.P. Tiwari
No.3: Gupta CoinageR.Vanaja
No.3: Gupta BronzesSadashiv Gorakshar
No.3: Kalidas in the Light of Gupta ArtD.C. Bhattacharya
No.3: Dinna-The Mathura-Gupta ArtistSavitri Subrahmanyam
No.4: IntroductionPratyapaditya Pal
No.4: BasawanAnima Okada
No.4: MiskinPhilippa Vaughan
No.4: MansurAshok Kumar Das
No.4: ManoharTerence McInerney
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 43Karl Khandalavala, Roshan Sabavala, Sadashiv Gorakshar1991MARG Publications
No.1: IntroductionErnst J.Grube
No.1: Burzoy's/Burzayah's Voyage to India
No.1: The Panchatantra: From India to the West- and Back.
No.1: The Earliest Illustrations to Kalilah wa DimmahJulian Raby
No.1: The Early Illustrated Kalilah Wa Dimnah ManuscriptsErnst J.Grube
No.1: The Istanbul University Library Kalilah wa Dimnah and other 14th century Persian ManuscriptsErnst J.Grube
No.2: IntroductionGeorge Michell
No.2: Vahanas: Conveyors of the GodsJoanne Punzo Wagborne
No.2: Chariot Panels from Tamil NaduGeorge Michell
No.2: Doors and Woodcrafts of ChettinadDeborah Thiagarajan
No.3: Christian Altar FiguresGeorge Michell
No.3: Carvings in Kerala TemplesGeorge Michell
No.3: Bhuta Figures of South KanaraNima Poovaya-Smith
No.4: A Tradition in TransformationSaryu Doshi
No.4: Tribal Societies of IndiaMalti Nagar
No.4: North-East IndiaA.K. Das
No.4: BengalSahita Ranjan Sarkar
No.4: OrissaS.K.Mohapatra
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 44Karl Khandalavala, Sadashiv
Art & Architecture
No.4: The Deccan: A Nucleus of CulutreShehbaz H,Safrani
No.4: Hyderabad: Garden to a CityS.P. Shorey
No.4: Golconda Picchwais: Epxressions of DevotionShehbaz H. Safrani
No.4: Bidri ware: Lyric PatternsStephen M.Markel
No.4: Deccani Drawings Reflections on LifeShahbaz H.Safrani
No.2: IntroudctionStephen Markel
No:2:Early Chinese JadesRobert E.Fischer
No.2: The Working of Jade in the Ming and Qing DynastiesJames C.Y. Wan
No.2: Jades from the Islamic WorldRalph Pinder-Watson
No.2: Inception and Maturation in Mughal JadesStephen Markel
No.3: IntroductionGeorge Michell
No.3: KanchipuramDennis Hudson
No.3: ThiruvannamalaiFrancouse L'Hernailt
No.4. ChidambaramDaviid Smith
No.3: The Philosdpjy of Kathakali
No.4: Three-dimensional Poetic Art.
No.4: Textual Scores for PerformancesK.Ayyappa Panikkar
No.4: Patrons, Troupes and PerformersChitra Pannikar
No.4: Major Kathakali Institutes:
Kerala KalamandalamOlapamma Subrahmaniam Nambudirippad
No.4: Margi: An Art Resource CentreG.S. Warrier
No.4: Initiatiion and TrainingKalamandalam Padmanabhan Nair
No.4: Textual Sources for Performances
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 45Pratapaditya Pal1993-1994MARG Publications
No.1: An Introduction to AbhinayaKalamandalam Ramankutty Nair
No.1: The Visual Dimension
No.1: AharyaabhinayaKamandalam Govinda Warrier
No.1: AngikabhinayaKamandalam Gopi
No.1: SattwikaabhinayaSudha Gopalakrihnan
No.1: RasabhinayaD.Appukuttan Nair
No.2: Influences and InteractionsSaryu Doshi
No.2: The Lotus and the SeedGeeti Sen
No.2: Interactions in ArtMervat Seif-el-DIn
No.2: Commerce and one FaithSahar Abdel Aziz Salem
No.2: Colour, Motif and ArabesqueSaryu Doshi
No.3: Rama: Hero and AvatarVidya Dehejia
No.3: The Universe of Rama: Valmiki's Epic PoemBarbara Stoler Miller
No.3: Royal Legitmition: Ramayana Reliefs on the Papanatha Temple at PattadakalHelen J.Wechsler
No.3: Ramayana Portraits: The Nageshwara Temple at KumbakonomDavid T.Sandford
No.3: Akbar's Imperial Ramayana: Mughal Persian ManuscriptAshok Kumar Das
No.3: A Sub-Imperial Mughal Manuscript: The Ramyana of Abd al-Rahim KhankhananJohn Seyller
No.4: IntroductionParmeshwari Lal Gupta
No.4: India's First Coinage: Punch-Marked CoinsParmeshwari Lal Gupta
No.4: Artistry and Realism: Coinage of the Indo-Greeks and Scytho-ParthiansB.N. Mukherjee
No.4: Coins and Kingship: Kanishka and the Kushana DynastyMartha L.Carter
No.4: Invention and Innovation: Royal Gupta Gold CoinsEllen M.Raven
No.4: Rupar Bangla: The Politics and Religion of Medieval Bengal Through coinsJohn Deyell
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 46Pratapaditya Pal1994-1995MARG Publications
No.1: The Formative Period (Circa 1856-1910), Sir J.J. School of Art and the RajPartha Mitter
No.1: Orientalizing the Raj, Indo-Saracenic FantasiesGiles H.R. Tillotson
No.1: Edwardian Architects of Bombay, George Wittet and John BeggChristopher W.London
No.1: A Poet's Vision: The Houses of Rabindranath TagoreAndrew Robinson
No.1: The Myth of the Monuments, Public Commemorative StatuesMary Ann Steggles
No.2: Princes of the Houses of Timur: The Written RecordToby Falk
No.2: Who Painted Princes of the House of Timur?Heather Elgood
No.2: Iranian Artists in the Service of HumayunRobert Skelton
No.2: Recycled Images: Overpainting in Early Mughal ArtJohn Seyller
No.3: Introduction: Woven Silks of IndiaJasleen Dhamija
No.3: A Group of Early Silks: The Tree MotifSteven Cohen
No.3: Vaishnavite Silks: The Figured Textiles of AssamRosemary Crill
No.3: Mughal Silks: The Metropolitain Museum CollectionDaniel Walker
No.3: Paithani Weaves: An Ancient Tapestry ArtJasleen Dhamija
No.3: Kanchivani: The Saris of Kanchipuram
No.4: IntroductionPauline Rohatgi and Pheroza Godrej
No.4: The East India Company's Settlement Pictures- George Lambert and Samuel ScottBrian Allen
No.4: Sketching from Nature- Soldier Artists in IndiaPatricia Katterhorn
No.4: Preface to a Lost Collection: The Pioneering Art of Francis Swin WardPauline Rohatgi
No.4: A Fair Picture: Hodges and Daniells at RajmahalG.H.R. Tillotson
No.4: The Poet's Eye: The Intimate Landscape of George ChinneryPatrrick Conner
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 47Pratapaditya Pal1995-1996MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial
No.1: IntroductionSusan Strange
No.1: Early Jewellery of Bengal: The Shunga PeriodZulekha Haque
No.1: The Sacred ans the Secular: Jewellery in Buddhist Sculpture in the Northern Kushan RealmCarolyn Woodford Schmidt
No.1: Jewellery in the Temples of KarnatakaChoodamani Nanda Gopal
No.1: Jewels and Gems in Goa from the Sixteenth to Eighteenth CenturyNuno Vassallo e Silva
No.1: The Royal Jewels of Tirumala Nayaka of Madurai (1623-1659)Jean-Francois Hurpre
No.2: The Dual Role of Ganesh in the Buddhist Art of South AsiaGouriswar Bhattacharya
No.2: Abscences and Transformations: Ganesh in the Shvetamabara Jain TraditionJohn E.Cort
No.2: Images of Ganesh from South-East AsiaRobert L.Brown
No.2: Spirit King, Demon, and God of Wealth: Ganesh in East AsiaTeresa Tse Bartholomew
No.2: Collecting Ganesh ImagesVasant Chowdhury
No.3: In Memoriam: Karl J. Khandalavala
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Introduction: Sanchi and the Art of BuddhismVidya Dehejia
No.3: Discovery and Restoration of the MonumentsDeabala Mitra
No.3: Constructing a Buddhist Ritual Site: Stupa and Monastery ArchitectureKevin Trainor
No.3: The Animated World of the ToranasVidya Dehejia
No.4: Foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama
No.4: From the Editors Desk
No.4: Early TIbetan SculptureMicheal Hens
No.4: The Sacred Enclave of GyantseErberto F.Lo Bue
No.4: Sino-Tibetan Sculpture: The TIbetan LegacySheila C. Bills
No.4: TIbetan Bronzes: Techniacal ObservationsChanra L.Reddy
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 48Pratapaditya Pal1996-1997MARG Publications
No.1: Foreward By His Holiness the Dalai Lama
No.1: From the Editors Desk
No.1: Early Thankas: Eleventh-Thirteenth CenturiesJane Casey Singer
No.1: Wall-Paintings in Western TibetMichael Henss
No.1: Murals in the Early Temples of AlchiRoger Goepper
No.1: Fabric Images and their Special Role in TIbetValrae Reynolds
No.2: From the General Editor's Desk
No.2: IntroductionGayatri Sinha
No.2: Gogi Saroj Pal: "Between Myth and Reality"Uma Nair
No.2: Nalini Malani: "Memory Stress and Recall"Kamala Kapoor
No.2: Latika Katt: Towards Demateralization of the Material
No.2: Navjyot: Of Response and of Respnsibility
No.2: Apana caur: Connecting WomanhooodGayatri SInha
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: IntroductionFarooq Ameen
No.3: Social Institutions and a Sense of PlaceBal Krishna Doshi
No.3: Land, Water and Man in Bengal, Themes for a Deltaic ArchitectureKazi Khaleed Ashraf
No.3: Vernacular, Religion,and the Contemprary expression in PakistanKamil Khan Mumtaz
No.3.The Use of Traditon in Architecture and Urban FormRaj Rewal
No.4: From the General Editor's Desk
No.4: When We Get There: Bombay In Early MapsSusan Gole
No.4: Defining a Unique City: Surveying and Mapping Bombay after 1800.Matthew H.Edney
No.4: Early Impressions of the Islands: James Forbes and James Wales in Bombay 1766-95Paulin Rohatgi
No.4: Whither the Towers?, The Changed view of Malabar HillPheroza J.Godrej
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 49Pratapaditya Pal1997-1998MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: Evolution, Involution, and The City's Future: A Perspective on Bombay's Urban FormRahul Mehrotra
No.1: Artless Objects: Post-Independence Architecture In BombayHimanshu Burte
No.1: Bombay Shows the Way: Pioneering Urban ConservationCyrus Guzder
No.1: New Bombay: Marg As An Urban CatalystCharles Correa
No.2: From the General Editor's Desk
No.2: IntroductionPhilippa Vaughan
No.2: A Visible Monument: Architectural Policies and the Victoria Memorial HallG.H.R. Tillotson
No.2: The Last of the Augustans: Lord Curzon and Indian ArchitectureDerek Linstrum
No.2: India and the European Cultural Inheritance: The Victoria Memorial Hall
No.2: Curzon's "National Gallery": The Art CollectionsDeborah Swallow
No.2: New Insights through Restoration: Oil Paintings of India by European Masters Circa 1760-1830Rupert Featherstone
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: The Painted Scrolls of the Garoda Picture and Showmen of GujaratJyotindra Jain
No.3: Itinerant Images: Embodiments of Art and Narrative in TelanganaKirtana Thangavelu
No.3: To Show, To See, To Tell, To Know: Patuas, Bhopas and their AudienceKavita Singh
No.3: The Persistence of Romance in the Paintings of Gulammohammed SheikhGeeta Kapur
No.3: Mumbai: Looking AheadCharles Correa
No.3: Culture Cut Apart? Rural Indian Embroideries and CommoditizationVictor Z.Rivers
No.3: Newsletters
1. From IndiaMonisha Ahmed
1. From Europe and JapanJohn Siudmak
3. From the U.S.A.Shehbaz H.Safrani, Tushara Bindu Gude
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Kesu Das: The Impact of Western Art on Mughal PaintingAmina Okada
No,3: Farrrukh Beg: Studies of Adorable Youths and Venerable SaintsAshok Kumar Das
No,3: Bishandas "Unequalled in his age in Taking Likenesses"Ashok Kumar Das
No.3: Govardhan: "Servant of Jehangir"Milo C.Beach
No.3: The Nyatapola Temple of Bhaktapur: A Mark of Nepalese Temple DesignRaimund O.A. Becker-Ritterspach
No.3: The Afsarwali Majid and Afsarwala Gumbad at Nizamuddin, DelhiSubhash Parihar
No.3: Newsletters
From Mumbai- Monisha Ahmed
From London- John Siudmak
From the USA- Tushara Bindu Gude
Exhibition News from Prague- Hana Knizkova
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 50Pratapaditya Pal1998-1999MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editors Desk
No.1: Nikka and Ranjha at the Court of Raj Singh of ChambaVishwa Chander Ohri
No.1: Harkhu and Chhajju: Two Guler Artists in ChambaJagdish Mittal
No.1: Gursahai: A Guler Painter at BasohliSurwacha Paul
No.1: Chaitu at Tehri GarhwalUsha Bhatia
No.1: The Guler Painter Fattu at MandiVijay Sharma
No.1: The Bohrawads of SidhpurZoyab A.Kadi
No.1: Renovated Textile Gallery at the National Museum, New DelhiAnamika Pathak
No.2: From the General Editor's Desk
No.2: Early Chinese Buddhist Architecture and It's Indian OriginsNancy Shatzman Steinhardt
No.2: Foreigners in Early Chinese Buddhist Art: Disciples, Lohans, and Barbarian RulersJanet Baker
No.2: Avalokiteshwara in Sixth-Century ChinaDenise Patry Leidy
No.2: Two Kushan Period Buddhist SculpturesPratyapaditya Pal
No.2: The Conservation of Mohenjo-DaroShereen Ratnagar
No.2: Architecture as a Second Nature- A Feminine Discourse? The Work of Itsugo HasegawaUdo Kultermann
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Portraits of Birds and Animals Under JehangirSom Prakash Verma
No.3: The Use of Flora and Fauna Imagery in Mughal Decorative ArtsStephen Markel
No.3: The Elephant in Mughal PaintingAshol Kumar Das
No.3: Mythical Animals in Mughal Art: Images, Symbols and AllusionsPhilippa Vaughan
No.3: The Fourteenth-Century Adina Mosque in PanduaNaseem A. Banerji
I. Connection between the Koranic Sura of Light, sufi Light Mysticism, and the Motif of a "Lamp within a Niche"
II. The Mihrabs in the Adina Mosque: Evidence of the Reuse of Late Pala-Sena Remains
No.3: Le Corbusier: Symbolic Themes at ChandigarhSteven W.Hurtt
No.4: From the General Editor's Desk
No.4: The Art of Pyu and MonJohn Guy
No.4: Vishnu in BurmaPamela Gutman
No.4: Between India and Burma: The "Andagu" StelaeClaudine Bautze-Picron
No.4: Pagan Bronzes: Fresh ObservationsDonald M.Stadtner
No.4: Mahayana Buddhism in Sri LankaUlrich Von Schroeder
No.4: A General's Act of Piety: a Newly Discovered Buddhist Monastery of Ancient BengalGautam Sengupta
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 51Pratapaditya Pal1999-2000MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: Tiruchirapalli and the Sacred Island of SrirangamCrispin Branfoot
No.1: Tanjavur: Capital of the DeltaDaud Ali
No.1: Temple City of KumbakonamVivek Nanda
No.1: Baolis of Punjab and HaryanaSubhash Parihar
No.1: Studies in Indian Art and Culture: Some Avoidable Presumptions and Speculative TheoriesZiyaud-Din A.Desai
No.2: From the General Editor's Desk
No.2: Indian Symbols in a Southeast Asian Setting: Coins and medals of Ancient DwarvatiRobert S.Wicks
No.2: Early Buddhist Sculpture of Thailand: Circa Sixth-Thirteenth CenturyNandana Chutiwongs
No.2: Vishnu Images from Ancient Thailand and the Concept of KingshipVirginia Dofflemeyer
No.2: Symbolism of Ashokan Pillars: A Reappraisal in the Light of Textual and Visual EvidenceGautama V.Vajracharya
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Early Painting at BundiJoachim K.Bautze
No.3: The Saving Power of Soron: Sahibdin of Udaipur and the Surakshetra MahatmyaAndrew Topsfield
No.3: Court Paintign for the Amber Rulers, circa, 1590-1727 A.D.Ashol Kumar Das
No.3: New Discovieries
I. Exposition of the Bijamandaal Temple in KhajurahoPhani Kanta Mishra
II. Significance of a New FInd at Khajuraho: Gahapati Kokkala's Vaidyanath Temple?.Devangana Desai
No.3: The Splendours of Wood Carving in Vaso-Haveli, North GujaratV.S. Pramar
No.3: Portraint of Muktambal, Swordwife fo Sarfoji IIRamaa Nsrsysns
No.3: New Asian Galleries at the Sorton Simon Museum, PasadenaJyotindra Jain
No.4: From the General Editor's Desk
No.4: A Glorious Heritage: Maharao Lakhpatji and the Aina MahalPramod J.Jethi and Christopher W.London
No.4: The Aina Mahal: An Early Example of EuropeanerieAmin Joffer
No.4: The Prag Mahal and Henry St.Clair Wilkins ArchitectureChristopher W.London
No.4: Architecture as Reinterpretation fo Context: Housing in KutchSanjay Udamale
No.4: The Looting of AntiquitiesDilip K.Chakrabarti
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 52Pratapaditya Pal2000-2001MARG Publications
No.1:From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: Sculptural Embodiments: Unmaking and Remaking ModernityAnshuman Das Gupta
No.1: Towards a "Genre" Theory of Figurative SculptureBenoy P.J.
No.1: Abstraction: Nature and the NuminousSuresh Jayram
No.1: Shifts in Medium: Trends, Tendencies and BreakthroughsSudhir Kumar Duppati
No.1: Deorkothar Stupa: New Light on Early BuddhismPhani Kanta Mishra
No.2: From The General Editor's Desk
No.2: From Raga to Fusion: Hindustani MusicSandeep Bagchee
No.2: The State of Classical Dance: 2000.Sunil Kothari
No.2: "We need a House of Our Own": The Impasse of Indian Theatre after IndependenceRustom Bharucha
No.2: The Enduring Allure of the Big Screen: A Century of Indian CinemaShyam Benegal
No.2: The Power of the Small Screen: Television as Purveyor of CultureAmita Malik
No.2: Rediscovered: A Rare Portrait of Raja Rammohun RoyAlyssa L.Langlais Dodge and Susan S.Bean
No.3: Bhubaneshwar (Ekamra-kshetra), Temple Town and Cultural CentreThomas Eugen Donaldson
No.3: Jaipur (Viraja-Kshetra) and Shakta ArtThomas Eugen Donaldson
No.3: Conserving the Temple of Lord JagganathGopal C.Chauley
No.3: Closer to heaven than the Gods: Jain Monks in Pre-Kushan MathuraSonya Rhie Quintanilla
No.3: Tomb of Subhan: A Little Known Monument in the Lodi PeriodSubhash Parihar
No.4: From the General Editor's Desk
No.4: Of Buildings and Books: The Theory and the Practice of the Architect MadanRima Hooja
N0:4: Mandala by Design: The Courtyard of a Haveli Temple in JaipurVibhuti Sachdeva
No.4: Palaces of the Rajput KingsGiles TIlotson
No.4: Dating the Natraja Dacne Icon: Technical InsightsSharada Srinivasan
No.4: On the God Mask in the Dionysia and Indra JatraFrancois Pannier
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 53Pratapaditya Pal2001-2002MARG Publications
No.1: A Message fron the General Editor's Desk
No.1: Architecture and Royal Authority under the Early SangamasPhillip B.Wagoner
No,1: The Temple District of VitthalapuraAlexandra Mack
No.1: Memorial StonesAnila Verghese
No.1: Revisiting Narnaul's Architectural LegacyJyoti and Janhwij Sharma
No.1: The Portrai of Kunga Gyatsenpel SanpoE.V.Ganevskaya, E.D. Ogneva, and A.F. Dubrovin
No,2: From the General Editor's Desk
No.2: Kochi: Begginings of European Architecture in IndiaJayaram Poduwal
No.2: The Portuguese in BengalGautam Sengupta
No.2: Codice Casanatense: An Indo-Portuguese Portrait of Life in 16th-Century IndiaMaria Manuela Mota
No.2: The End of the "Catholic Era" in Mughal Painting: Jehangir's dream Pictures, English Painting, and the Renaissance FrontispieceGauvin Alexander Bailey
No.2: Jangarh Singh Shyam and the Great MachineKavita Singh
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Culture Specificity, Art Language, and the Practice of Modernism: An Indian PerspectiveR.Siva Kumar
No.3: Abindranath Tagore: A New ContextElla Dutta
No.3: Folk Artists of Bengal and Contemporary Images: A Case of Reverse AppropriationJyotindra Jain
No.3: Bagh Caves- Predicament for ConservatorsPanikant Mishra and Ritu Mishra
No.3: Hakoti- Religious Sactity and Cultural HeritageHari Chauhan
No.3: Photo Essay: On StageNamai Ghosh
No.4: Editorial
No.4: Mughal Painting during the Reign of Muhammed ShahTerence McInerney
No.4: Towards a New Naturalism: Portraiture in Murshidabad ad Avadh, 1750-80 A.D.J.P.Losty
No.4: Important Illustrated Manuscripts in the National Museum, New DelhiBarbara Schmitz and Nasim Akhtar
No.4: An Album with Miniatures by the Persian Safavid Painter Sultan MuhammedZiyaud-Din A.Desai
No.4: The Unique Wood-Carved Muslim Havelis of PatanV.S.Pramar
No.4: Photo Essay: My Sangeet Yatra
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 54Pratapaditya Pal2002-2003MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: Terracotta of the Harappan Civilization with Special Reference to Indian SitesDilip K.Chakrabarti
No.1: Creative Legacy of the Nilgiri Hills: Terracotta Offerings from South Indian Megalithic BurialsCorinna Wessels-Mevissen
No,1: Terracotta Sculpture from the Ancient Northwest: 300 BCE- 60 CEJohn Siudmak
No.1: Dating of Akhnur Terracotta in the Light of the Recent Excavations at AmbaranB.R. Mani
No.1: Dating of the Bundi-style Chunar Ragamala: A New ApproachLakshmi Dutt Vyas
No.1: Photo Essay: The Third EyePraful C.Patel
No.2: From the General Editor's Desk
No.2: The Marraige Customs of the Jewish Community in CochinSamuel H.Hallegua
No.2: The Ritual Cycle of Cochin Jewish Holidays: A Malabari PerspectiveGalia Hacco
No.2: Bene Isreali Rites and RoutinesShalva Wiel
No.2: Photo Essay: Jews of CochinKetaki Sheth
No.2: Stone, Sweat & Inspiration: The Restoration of Elphinstone CollegeAbha Narain Lambha
No.2: Professor Herbert Hartel and the Museum fur Indische Kunst BerlinAdalbert J.Gail
No.3 From the General Editor's Desk
No.3 Bishnupur: Land of WrestlersAshok K.Bhattacharya
No.3 Hooghly: The Common EmporiumGautam Sengupta
No.3: Murshidabad: Capital of Fleeting GloryPratyapaditya Pal
No.3 Harijan Painting of MithilaNeel Rekha
No.3 Photo Essay: I am as I amDayanita Singh
No.4: Editorial
No.4: Brick by Sacred Brick: Architectural Projects of Guru Arjan and Guru HargobindGurmeet Rai and Kavita SIngh
No.4: Illustration and Illumination in Sikh Scriptural ManuscriptsJeevan Singh Deol
No.4: Allegories of Good Kingship: Wall Paintings in the Qila Mubarak at PatialaKavita Singh
No.4: A Tale of Two Animal Paintings and a DrawingDivyabhanusinh
No.4: Relics and Represnetation in GandharaKurt Behrendt
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 55Pratapaditya Pal2003-2004MARG Publications
No.1: From The General Editor's Desk
No.1: Off the Tourist Trail: The "Unknown" LucknowRosie Llewelyn-Jones
No.1: Lucknow Food, Streets and BazaarsMuku; Manglik
No.1: Arts and Crafts: Lucknow's Living TraditionsSudipta Dev
No.1: New Documentary on Pahari Painter FamiliesVijay Sharma
No.1: Kabuli Bagh Mosque: Babur's Unknown MasjidAbha Narain Lambha
No.1: The Crossroads of Paradise: Islamic Art in a Hawaiian HomeSharon Littlefield.
No.2: Editorial
No.2: Innovation in KathakKumudini Lakhia
No.2: Manipuri Dances: Extending the BoundariesSunil Kothari
No.2: Navanritya- Contemporary Methodology: History, Theory, PracticeRanjabari Sircar
No.2: Atmospheric Gestation: Dicephering Ajanta Ceiling Paintings and Other Related Works (Part 1)Gautam V.Vajracharya
No.2: Bertram H.Schaffner: A True RasikaAmy G.Potter
No.2: New Galleries for Indian Art at the Peabody MuseumSusan S.Bean
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Saurashtra and the Harappan Sites of Padri and KuntasiVasant Shinde
No.3: Nageshwar: A Centre of Harappan Shell Craft in SaurashtraV.H. Sonawane
No.3: Rojdi: A Sorath Harappan Settlement in SaurashtraGregory L.Possehl
No.3: The Spread of the Harappan Civilization in Kutch and SaurashtraY.M. Chitalwala
No.3: Atmospheric Gestation: Deciphering Ajanta Ceiling Paintings and Other Related Works (Part 2)Gautama V.Vajracharya
No.3: A Unique Chamba Rumal on the Gajantaka ThemeAnamika Pathak
No.4 From the General Editor's DeskIndira Vishwanathan Peterson
No.4 Chidabambaram and the Dance of Shiva in South Indian Myth and PoetryB.Natarajan
No.4 Ritual Life of the Nataraja TemplePaul Younger
No.4: Discovering the Anthropomerphic Lion in Indian ArtRaja Deekshitar
No.4: Medieval Sirhind and It's MonumentsSubhash Parihar
No.4: Point of View: Retrieving the ConnectionsCarmel Berkson
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 56Pratapaditya Pal2004-2005MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial
No.1: Delhi: Dargah of Shaykh Salim ChishtiAbdur Rahman Momin
No.1: Fatehpur Sikri: Dargah of Shaykh Salim ChishtiMicheal Brand
No.1: Ajmer: Dargah of Khwaja Muinuddin ChishtiAli S.Anani
No.1: Mapping Space, Mapping Identity: Imagining Hyderabad's Walled City in the 19th CenturyAlison Mackenzie Shah
No.1: Pilgrimage to Yamuna Riverfront, Agra: A Cultural Heritage LandscapeTerence Harkness and Amita Sinha
No.1: An Unknown Prabhavali from HimachalSubhashini Aryan
No.1: Photo Essay: Kailash Temple at ElloraPraful C.Patel
No.2: In Memoriam: Mulk Raj Anand
No.2: Crown Jewel of Newar Painting: Discovery of a MasterpieceGautama V.Vajracharya
No.2: Musical Miniatures from Nepal: Two Newar RagamalasGert-Mathias Wegner and Richard Widdess
No.2: Gods and Monuments in Late Malla Period PaintingsAnne Vergati
No.2: The Aesthetic Ascetic: Abhinavagupta's Perspective on Poetry, Religion and Visual ArtGerald James Larson
No.2: Bastar's Adivasi Women and their ArtSubhlakshmi Shukla
No.2: Watson's Esplanade Hotel: A Birdcage gone to Seed?.Abha Narain Lambha
No.2: Photo Essay: Bombay JadooBetsy Karel
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Rambling through Some of the Pasts of DelhiRomila Thapar
No.3: The Delhi that Once WasAkhilesh Mithal
No.3: The Glory of Empire: Imperial DelhiRomi Khosla
No.3: Delhi Cityscapes: 19th Century Lithographs from Urdu BooksSom Prakash Verma
No.3: Cement, Design, and the Spectral ArchitectCurt Gambetta
No.3: Leo Figiel: A Passion for SharingSasha Atlaf
No.4: From the Generla Editor's Desk
No.4: Mulk and Modern Indian ArchitectureMustansir Dalvi
No.4: Mulk Raj Anand at 100Charles Correa
No.4: Colonial Bhuleshwar: Community, Locality, and Cultures of MigrationKaiwan Mehta
No.4: Photo Essay: Kamsale in FocusNaramsimha Suryanarayana and Jayant Prabhakar
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 57Pratapaditya Pal2005-2006MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: The Turquoise Headdress of LadakhRavina Aggarwal
No.1: Textile Arts of Ladakh: Nomadic Weaves to Silk-BrocadeMonisha Ahmed
No.1: Reshaping Tradition: The Life and Work of Nawang TseringClare Harris
No.1: Photo EssaySonam Dorje
No.1: A Decorated Kavacha in a Temple at ChambaVijay Sharma
No.1: Profile: Sharan Rani and the Divine SarodIrfan Zuberi
No.2: From the General Editors Desk
No.2: Mosques and Tombs of BanarasKlaus Rotzer
No.2: Ghats and Riverside PlacesJulia A.B. Hegewald
No.2: Temple Styles in BanarasGeorge Michell
No.2: General Bibliography on Banaras
No.2: Kangra Painting and Manaku of GulerVishwa Chander Ohri
No.2: Some Unique Wood-carved Haveli-temples of GujaratV.S. Pramar
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: A Metallic Mirror: Changing Repesentations of Sovereignty during the RajShailendra Bhandare
No.3: Conducting Excavations and Collecting Coins: Maharaja Ranjir Singh's KindgomJean-Marie Lafont
No.3: Coins: Some Persistence IssuesIndira Ramarajan
No.3: Images of Brahma Found in Thane District, MaharashtraKumud Kanitkar
No.3: Profile: Pandit T.D.Janorikar: Torchbearer of the Bhendi Bazaar GharanaIrfan Zuberi
No.3: Photo Essay: ChampanerAbraham Mathai
No.4: From the General Editor's Desk
No.4: "Madras Manade": How Chennai Remained with Tamil NaduA.R.Venkatachalapathy
No.4: Geography of a Lingua Franca, History of a Lunguistic FracasPushpa Arabindoo
No.4: Urban Mobility and the History of Cinama-Going in ChennaiStephen Hughes
No.4: Woodcarvings from Pabbar Valley, HimachalHari Chauhan
No.4: Madhu Krishna ChitrakarGert-Mathias Wegner
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 58Pratapaditya Pal2006-2007MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: From the Sharqis of JaunpurAbha Narain Lambah
No.1: Building a Legacy: Sher Shah Sur's Architecture and the Politics of PropagandaCatherine B.Asher
No.1: From Province to Sultanate: The Architecture of Gujarat during the 12th through 16th CenturiesAlka Patel
No.1: Arab Sarai at Nizamuddin, DelhiSubhash Parihar
No.1: Adivasi Churches in South Gujarat: An Interplay between Inculturation and SyncretismJothi F.Xavier
No.2: Editorial
No.2: The Furniture of Play: Games Boards and Boxes in IndiaAmin Jaffer
No.2: Games and Puzzles of Maharaja Krishnaraja Wodeyar of Mysore: "Broadcast them to the World"Vasantha Rangachar
No.2: Some Mysore Games in British CollectionsAndrew Topsfield
No.2: The Dynamics of Gaze in Mughal PaintingsGregory Minissale
No.2: Lesser-Known Textiles of Punjab: An Overview of the 19th and early 20th CenturiesJasvinder Kaur
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: The Representation of the Buddha's Birth and Death in the Aniconic PeriodJ.E. Van Loihuizen de Leeuw
No.3: Observations on "The Representation of the Buddha's Birth and Death in the Aconic PeriodSonya Rhie Quintanilla
No.3: An Unusual Naga-Protected Buddha from ThailandPratyapaditya PalMARG Publications
No.3: Seeing Eye-to-Eye with Mughal Miniatures: Some Observations on the Outward-Gazing figureGregory MinissaleMARG Publications
No.3: Vidushi Dhodhutai Kulkarni: Stalwart of the Jaipur Atrauli GharanaIrfan Zuberi
No.4: From the General Editor's Desk
No.4: Embroidered Gardens of Flowers: Bagh and Phulkari of PunjabJasleen Dhamija
No.4: Weaving a Vision: Doria of ChinnurUzramma and Annapurna M.
No.4: Kashimiri EmbroideryJenny Housego
No.4: A Remakable Kushana Image- Linga from Mathura discovered by Bhagwanlal IndrajiDevangana Desai
No.4: Scupltures of Kalji from Kerala: Two Hitherto Underscribed FormsPreeta Nayar
No.4: Photo Essay: Indian PortraitsGerald Appel
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 59Pratapaditya Pal2007-2008MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: Reading and Riding: Horses in Image and TextVibhuti Sachdev
No.1: Tod as an Observer of Landscape in RajasthanFlorence D'Souza
No.1: Visual Narratives of the revolt of 1857.Som Prakash Verma
No.1: A Triumphant Homecoming: The Freize Programme on Maharaja Sawai Madho Singh II's CenotaphMelia Belli
No.1: Photo EssayMukunda De
No.2: Editorial
No.2: Optics for the Stage: Curtains of the Surabhi CompanyAnuradha Kapoor
No.2: India's Republic Day Parade: Restoring identities, constructing the NationJyotindra Jain
No.2: Models and Copies in Pahari Paintings: New InsightsVijay Sharma
No:2: Discovery of a Pre-Pala Monastic Complex at Moghalmari, West BengalAshok Datta
No,2; Conversation Newsletter: restoration of the Maitreya Buddha temples, Bagso, LadakhAbha Narain Lambha
No,2: Book Feature- Bombay Mix by Ketaki ShethSadanand Menon
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Maitreya in Literatrure and in the Art of XinjiangMarianne Yaldiz
No.3: The Ceiling Murals of Kizil as Symbol of the Buddhist UniverseMiao Lihui
No.3: Uncovering Histories: Iconic and not so Iconic Images and their Little-known AuthorsSabeena Gadihoke
No.3: A Delhi Nabob's Pursuit of Leisure: The Transformation of Built-heritage into a Pleasure RetreatJyoti P.Sharma
No.3: Book Feature- Geet Govinda: Paintings in Kanheri Style by Narmada PrasadKapila Vatsyayan
No.4: From the General Editor's Desk
No.4: Artists from Afar: Company Painters in the Princely Courts of India, 1770-1900Charles Greig
No.4: Portraits of the Nawabs: Images from the Lucknow Court, 1775-1856Rosie Llewellyn-Jones
No.4: The Colonial Project and the Shifting GazeSophie Gordon
No.4: Frescos Unveiled: Maharajah Ranjit Singh;s Samadhi in LahoreNadhra Shabbaz Naeem
No.4: Forts on a Sacred Hill: Champaner-Pavagadh in GujaratAmita Sinha
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 60Pratapaditya Pal2008-2009MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: The Living Textile Traditions of SindhNoorjehan Bilgrami
No.1: Picturing Sindh: Britisih RepresentationsRosemary Raza
No.1: Kalachi, Kurrachee, Karachi: A Bibliography of a MetropolisNandita Bhavnani
No.1: The "Light" of the Timuria: Jahan Ara Begum's Petronage, Piety, and Poetry in the 17th-Century Mughal IndiaAfshan Bokhari
No.1: "Magni Mogolis Imperium": An Early Manuscript Map of IndiaAnirban Sadhu
No.2: Editorials
No.2: The Mughal Port Cities of Surat and HugliFarhar Hasan
No.2: Mapping the Landscape of Pondicherry in the 17th CenturyS.Jeyaseela Stephen
No.2: Of Merchants, Monarchs, and Monks: An 18th Century Patolu Re-examinedShilpa Shah
No.2: The Toddler Saint of Tamil NaduPratyapaditya Pal
No.2: Dancing in the Dark: Robert Heinecken's "Manifestations of Shiva"Colin Westerbeck
No.3: From the General Editor's Desk
No.3: Changra and Changpa: Pashmina Goats and their HerdersMonisha Ahmed
No.3: Pashmina Spinners, Weavers and NeedleworkersJanet Rizvi
No.3: Innovation and Continuity: A New Temple for Kala Bhairava at Adichunchanagiri, KarnatakaCorinna Wessels-Mevissen
No.3: Photo Essay: Images from Ladakh's MonasteriesA.Khambata
No.4: From the General Editor's Desk
No.4: The Kashmir Shawl in the Mughal PeriodJanet Rizvi
No.4: Travelling with the Mughals: A Survey of the Agra-Lahore HighwaySubhash Parihar
No.4: Review Article: Vande MataramPratyapaditya Pal
No.4: Photo Essay: AhmedabadAryan Ghosh
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 61Pratapaditya Pal2009-2010MARG Publications
No.1: From the General Editor's Desk
No.1: Aperture and Identity: Early Photography in IndiaRahaab Allana
No.1: Ephemeral Encounter: Three Artists in India, 1857-59Rahaab Allana
No.1: The Camera's Beloved H.H. Nawab Mir Mahboob Ali Khan- Patron of PhotographyAnita M.Jacob
No.1: A Different Stage of Existence: The Canning AlbumDeepthi Shashidharan
No.1: The Photograph as Field-Note: The Visual Trace and Transitions within Early Anthropology in IndiaAkshaya Tankha
No.1: Master of Ajanta: A Study of Major Robert Gill- An Artist, Draughtsman and PhotographerDivia Patel
No.1: Found Pictures and Lost People: Seven Photographs from 19th Century KashmirShuddhabrata Sengupta
No.1: Panoramas of MumbaiSharada Dwivedi
No.1: Centre and Periphery: Photography's Spatial FieldChristopher Pinney
No.1: A Photographer's Thoughts: Interview with Madan Mehta of Mahatta StudioAkshaya Tankha
No.1: The Photography Archive at the City Palace Museum, UdaipurPramod Kumar A.G.
No.2: Editorial Note
No.2: Of Echoes and Silent Raptures: The Zamindari Mansion of North CalcuttaKamalika Bose
No.2: Three Hunting Pictures from 19th Century NepalGautam V.Vajrachaya
No.2: An Art Without Tradition: A Survey of Indian ComicsBharat Murthy
No.2: Modernity at the Crossroads: Ravi Varma's "Shakuntala Looks Back in Love"Niharika Dinkar
No.2: Chaam: Listener's TaleArghya Basu
No.2: An Interesting Bronze from Kohlapur, MaharashtraVaishaili Welankar
No.2: Making a MohraAlka Hingorani
No.3: Editorial Note
No.3: IntroductionSanjay Jhaveri
No,3: Mumbai's Cinema HallsZubin Pastakia & Erika Balsom
No.3: At a Tambu Near You: The Tent Cinemas of MaharashtraAmit Madheshiya & Shirley Abraham
No.3: Hindi FIlms and Their AudiencesRachel Dwyer
No.3: Ray and the Shadow of Political CinemaMainak Biswas
No.3: A Significant Abscence: The Colonial State and the Globalization of Mass Entertainment in Early 20th Century South AsiaKaushik Bhaumik
No.3: It's Snowing in Mumbai: The Cinema of Ashim AhluwaliaKaunteya Shah
No.3: Let My Promise be Met: StarSanjay Jhaveri
No.3: Our Phantom FriendsShumona Goel and Dale Cannedy-Azim
No.4: Editorial Note
No.4: Rama Retold without a Pause: Ayodhya's Anavarat RamlilaScharada Dubey
No.4: Kothi Bega, Samru: A Tale of Transformation in 19th Century DelhiJyoti P.Sharma
No.4: No Holds Barred: The Garadimanes (Gymnasiums) of GadagKamala Vasudevan
No.4: Slow LossAria Abraham
No.4: The Mughal Scenic Animal Carpet in the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Syamali Das
No.4: Two Rare Works by Olinto Ghilardi (1848-1930)Anirban Sadhu
No.4: "To This Day I feel That I Touched Time"Chadralekha and Sadananda Menon
No.4: Imagining India: An Odd TrilogyGeral James Larson
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 62Pratapaditya Pal2010-2011MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial Note
No.1: Abstract Paintings of Assamese Bhagavata PuranaSamiran Boruah
No.1: Fabric and Tradition- Textiles of the NortheastLatika Varadrajan
No.1: Golden Peaks and Tinkling Bells: Gilt Metal Craft in Kathmandu Valley ArchitectureRaimund O.A. Becker-Ritterspach
No.1: Critical Modernism in Raymond's "Golconde"Smita Dalvi
No.1: Nizamuddin at NightAlexander Keefe
No.1: The Case of the Bhim ki Chauri Ruins at MukandaraJagat Narayan and K.L.Mankodi
No.1: Decoding the TalimPeter Harris
No.1: Romancing AjantA: Ajanta: History and Development by Walter M.SpinkPratyapaditya Pal
No.2: Editorial Note
No.2: IntroductionAshrafi S.Bhagat
No.2: Pioneering Vistas: Conflation of Modern And Regional Cultures at MadrasAshrafi S.Bhagat
No.2: The Intuitive Fusion of the Native and the Modern: Changing Trends of Andhra Art in the 20th CenturyAvani Rao Gandra
No.2: Frameworks of Artistic Modernity in Kerala: Cross-Cultural VibesKavitha Balakrishnan
No,2: New Voices, New DirectionsAshrafi S.Bhagat
No.2: The Pop Palette of the Urban Carvans: Contemporary Truck Art in KeralaGeorge K.
No.2: The Icon Maker: P.V.Jankiram (1930-95)Renu Nayar
No.2: The Gestural Abstractions of L.MunuswamyAshrafi S.Bhagat
No.2: Reconfiguring the Miraculous: Deities and Devotees in South Indian Devotional Film PostersVaishnavi Ramanathan
No.3: Editorial Note
No.3: Gothic Revival at FaridkotSubbash Parihar
No.3: Ananda's Tandava "The Dance of Shiva" ReconsideredSaskia Kersenboom
No.3: Led Up The Garden Path: The Rose Garden Hidden By HistoryPeter Blohm
No.3: Mahadeva Temple at Tambdi Surla, GoaKumud Kanitkar
No.3: Photo Essay- "The Simple Grace of His Being" E.O. Hoppe's Photographs of Rabindranath TagorePratyapaditya Pal
No.3: Shivaji Designs for Stained-Glass Windows: The Art of Ervin BossanyiRaju Sobhag Shah
No.3: ArrangiamentiMichele Miegge
No.4: Editorial Note
No.4: Framing Women: Gender Modernity in Colonial IndiaNiharika Dinkar
No.4: Staging the Self: Photographic Representations of Benodini DasiSwati Chattopadhyaya
No.4: Photographing the FeminineSuryanandini Narain
No.4: Orientalizing Gender, Sexuality, and Identity: Photogrphs of the Seventh Nizam's ZenanaGianna M.Carotenuto
No.4: Letter from an Unknonw Woman: The Film Actress in Laten Colonial BombayDebashree Mukherjee
No.4: Reform and Sartorial Styles in 19th Century BengalMalavika Karlekar
No.4: Amrita Sher-Gill "Two Girls", 1939Niharika Dinkar
No.4: Setting Gender Roles in Early Indian Print AdvertisementLatika Gupta
No.4: Sidelines: The Courtesans of LucknowYousuf Saeed
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 63Pratapaditya Pal2011-2012MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial Note
No.1: Narrative Reliefs in Kanaganahalli: Their Importance for Buddhis SculpturesMonika Zin
No.1: Living Beyond Death: Chola SepulchresPradeep Chakravarthy
No.1: Memorial Parks in LucknowAmita Sinha
No.1: Johann Zoffany: The Last Supper,1787Pradip Kumar Das
No.1: Cinema Play HouseNandita Raman
No.1: Little-known Antiquities of FarrukhnagarRanbir Singh
No.2: IntroductionCorinna Wessels-Mevissen
No.2: Visualizing the GodsGilles Tarabout
No.2: The Buddha Revisited: Ritualizing and Visualizing Sacred PlacesKarel R.Van Kooij
No.2: Bhadramandalas: Invoking Divinities in Smarta RitualsGudrun Buhnemann
No.2: Jhanki: Ritual Visualization of Hindu Deities in Himachal PradeshBrigitte Luchesi
No.2: Chandreshvara, the "Fierce Lord": Gaurdian of Temples, Eater of Offerings, Chastiser of TransgressionsDominic Godall
No.2: Shila, Shilpa, Devata: Invoking the Divine in South Indian SculptureParul Pandya Dhar
No.2: The Divine Play on Earth: The Sirha tradition of OrissaCornelia Mallebrein
No.2; Rite and Representation: Recent Discoveries of Pallava Goddesses of the Tamil LandCharlotte Schmid
No.3: Editorial Note
No.3: Ars Erotica: "Visualizing" Sufism in Mughal Paintings and the Mystical Memoirs of Jahan Ara Begam (1614-81)Afshan Bokhari
No.3: Holy Metamorphosis! The Incremental Urbanism of the Hindu TempleVinayak Bharne
No.3: A Century of Conservation at the Mumbai Caves; Learning in RetrospectBrinda Gaitonde-Nayak
No.3: Mughal Wall-Paintings at DorahaSubhash Parihar
No.3: The Maker and the MadeSarah E.Braddock Clarke
No.3: A Terracotta Buddha Image from Anturli, MaharashtraChetan Shankar Sali
No.3: The Buddhist Caves at Aurangabad by Pia BranaccioWalter Spink
No.4: Editorial Note
No.4: Introduction
No.4: Arunachal Pradesh: Myth, Memory, Meaning: The Ancient Civilization of Kojum Koje
No.4: Nagaland: Tenyimia Festivals: The Basis of the Socio-Cultural Life of the Community
No.4: Meghalaya: Nature as a Metaphor: Khasi Rice Myths
No.4: The Use of Bamboo, Can and Timber in A'chik Culture
No.4: Manipur: Beyond the Spectrum: The Tradition of Lai Haraoba
No.4: Arunachal Pradesh: Folksongs of the Siang Valley
No.4: Mizoram: Time for a Change of Mindset
No.4: The Intangible as Cultural Heritage
No.4: Assam: Phaneng: A Journey into Personal Engagement
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 64Vidya Dehejia2012-2013MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial Note
No.1: Monument, Memory, and Meaning: Heterotopia at Borobudur, IndonesiaSwati Chemburkar
No.1: Between Local Community and Global Nation: The Predicament of Afghanistan's Cultural HeritageAlka Patel
No.1: Afghanistan ImpressionsJaroslav Poncar
No.1: New "Galleries" for "Islamic Art" at the Metropolitain Musuem of Art, New YorkBarbara Schmitz
No.1: Lightness and Being: The Museum of Islamic Art, Doha, QatarSean S.Anderson
No.1: Wonders of the Ages: A Review of Indian Art Exhibitions and Catalogues in the West in 2011Pratyapaditya Pal
No.1: Newari WoodcarvingsGautama Vajracharya
No.2: Editorial Note
No.2: IntroductionSavia Viegas
No.2: Literature from the Konkan Coast
No.2: Writing in GoaMaria Aurora Cuoto
No.2: Notes of a Native SonDamodar Mauzo
No.2: The Sounds of Music: From Ghumott and Violin to TranceFrancisco C.Colaco
No.2: Destined Journeys: The Paintings of Angelo da Fonseca and Vamona NavelcarSavia Viegas
No.2: Revisiting the Colonial ArchiveSavia Viegas
No.2: Tiatr: Living in the Love of the Common PeopleJose Lourenco
No.2: Clothes in TIme: The Warp and the WeftWendell Rodricks
No.2: Into the Melting PotFatima da Silva Gracias
No.3: Editorial Note
No.3: The Temple Door of Lachuse: Early Wood Art From LadakhHeinrich Poell
No.3: The Enigma of Jantar Mantar at DelhiAnisha Shekhar Mukherji
No.3: The Tender Shoots: Some Early Drawings of Rabindranath TagorePratyapaditya Pal
No.3: Kalachuri Heritage: Temple Remains and Rock-Cut Caves at Hara ChaukaA.K.Singh
No.3: Blue GoldRatna Raman
No.3: Being Italian in British India in 1940: Father Luca and the Artist Nino La CivitaLuca Zordan
No.3: Recyling in Sri LankaKeith Andrew
No.4: Editorial Note
No.4: IntroductionKaushik Bhawmik
No.4: Towards New Genealogies for Histories of Bombay Cinema: The Career of the Sagar Film Company (1929-1940)Virchand Dharamsey
No.4: On "Disreputable" Genres: B-Movies and Revisionary Histories of Bombay CinemaSubhajit Chatterjee
No.4: The "Pirate" DJVebbuti Duggal
No.4: 100 Years of the Bombay Cinema Hero: A Brisk ReviewKaushik Bhawmik
No.4: The Politics of Re-Presentation: Distribution and Exhibition of Indian Cinema in TurkeyAhmet Guerata
No.4: Stitches for the StarsClare M.Wilkinson-Weber
No.4: Fourteen StationsAtul Dodiya
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 65Vidya Dehejia2013-2014MARG Publications
No.1: Editorial Note
No.1: The Naga's: Prakriti's ProctectorsMaureen Drdak
No.1: Clowning Politics: The Bhand in KashmirRia Basu
No.1: Preservation of India's Intangible Cultural Heritage: The Case of Chhau DanceShubha Srinivasan
No.1: The Sahmat Collective: Art and Activism in India since 1989Siddhartha V.Shah
No.1: Priests in RetirementAnisha Crasto
No.1: Scattered Vishnu Sculptures from the Konkan CoastKumud Kanitkar
No.2: Editorial Note
No.2: ForewordKasturi Gupta Menon
No.2: Only ConnectJenny Balfour-Patel
No.2: Recalculating Colour: Thomas Wardle's Remarkable Dye ExperimentsBrenda King
No.2: Rangeen: Colours of LifeRuby Ghaznavi
No 2: Indigo: From Bengal to Blue JeansJenny Balfour-Patel
No.2: The Colours of Chinz: Empirical Knowledge of Chimistry in 18th-Century IndiaDominique Cardon
No.2: A Calcutta Florilegia: William Roxburgh's Flore Indica DrawingsPramod Kumar K.G.
No.2: Chay Red: The Forgotten Dye of the Coromandel CoastBessie Cecil
No.2: Ajit Kumar Das: Using Natural Dyes in ArtKanika Mukherji
No.2: Unexpected Treasures from the SeaRex Cowan
No.2: Indian Dyes and Textiles at the Royal Botanical Gardens, KewMark Nesbitt
No.3: Editorial Note
No.3: The Painting of Charles Rollier: Influence of Indian Culture on a European ArtistErberto La Blue
No.3: The Hermetic Nomadology of Jehangir Sabavala: National and Diasporic Strategies of HomecomingDebashish Banerji
No.3: The China Feeling: Experiments with Clay in the Middle CountryAnjani Khanna
No.3: A Early Photographer in Ladakha- Rupert WilmotRoger Bates
No.3: Badge of Honour, Men and Valour: The Sherpas of DarjeelingMeher Marfatia
No.3: Restoration of the Gomti Riverfront in Lucknow- Claude Martin's LegacyAnita Sinha
No.3: An Emerging Model in Auction House Sales: Footsteps of the BuddhaSiddhartha V.Shah
No.4: Editorial Note
No.4: IntroductionPrava Rai
No.4: The Newars in Sikkim: Culture and Identity in the DiasporaBal Gopal Shreestha
No.4: Negotiating Lepcha Identity in Multi-Ethnic SikkimJenny Bentley
No.4: Lamas and Shamans of the Sacred Hidden LandAnna Balikci Denjongpa
No.4: The Denjong Kho of SikkimSanam Tashi Gyaltsen
No.4: The Artist Within: Tashi NamgyalTenzin C.Tashi
No.4: Through Whose Eyes? The Work of Patuman Lohrung RaiPrava Rai
No.4: Hee Gyathang: Restoration fo the 12 Village MonasteryChetan Raj Shreestha
No.4: Ancient Roots of Modern SikkimShital Pradhan
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 66Vidya Dehejia2014MARG Publications
No.1: Master of Swirling Skies an Anonymous Painter of JammuSteven Kossak
No.1: Mithila Painting: 1949-2014David Szanton
No.1: The Clock is Ticking: The Blue Shores Prison Art ProjectMargaret Mascarenhas & Swatee Nair
No.1: Mughal Mystic: The Khalili Collection of Islamicn ArtAnjali Devidyal
No.1: The Ass Curse Stele Tradition: Gaddhegal of Ancient MaharashtraRupali Mokashi
No.1: Hindu Symbolism in Sikh Art: Brickwork in Haveli Naunihal SinghHumaira Iftikhar & Shaukat Mahmood
No.1: The Magic of IndiaNicoletta Celli
No.2: IntroductionAniruddha Sen Gupta
No.2: Telling Stories and Building Community: Making Comics in IndiaJeremy Stoll
No.2: Panels Registers and Frames: Creative Engagements with traditional Visual Narrative formsVidyun Sabhaney
No.2: Art in ComicsGokul Gopalakrisnan
No.2: Narmada Sketchbooks: Comics and Making of River of StoriesOrijit Sen
No.2: City of the Ninth ArtAmruta Patil
No.2: Growing Up (and raising kids) with Comic BooksVivek Menezes
No.2: Grassroots Comics: An Indigenous Global MovementSharad Sharma
No.2: Issued in the Public InterestAmitabha Kumar
No.2: Shut up About the Market and Show me your Internal OrgansRakesh Khanna
No.3: Fragile Legacy: The Paintings of Ajanta Caves 9 and 10William Dalrymple
No.3: Dating the Hamzanama: A re-examinationZahar Faridany-Akhavan
No.3: The Temple at Thirukurungudi:Flights of Fancy in Stone, Wood and WordsPradeep Chakravarthy
No.3: The Diverse facts of BurmaAndre Baldeck
No.3: An Early Woman Artist at Shantiniketan: Chatraniva ChowdhuryLatika Gupta
No.3: Journeys into the Sublime: V.Ramesh's Works, 2003-2013Soma Sen
No.3: What's in a Name?, The Arts of Islam" at the LouvreAshrafi S.Bhagat
No.3: Sahib, Bibi, Nawab: Baluchar Silks of Bengal, 1750-1900Monisha Ahmed
No.4: Introduction: Art In BhutanSusan S.Bean
No.4: Wangduechhoeling Palace: The Birthplace of Bhutan's MonarchyUgen Choden
No.4: A Cultural Epiphany: Religious Dances of Bhutan and their CostumesFrancoise Pommaret
No.4: Bhutanese Fashion and Textiles in the 21st CenturyDian K.Myers
No.4: The Emerging Contemporary Artscape of BhutanKinley Wangmo
No.4: A Passion for Preservation: The Photography of Yeshey DorjiMadeline Drexler
No.4: What is Bhutanese about Paintings from BhutanChristian Luczanits And Dorji Namgyel
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 67Jyotindra Jain, Naman P. Ahuja2015MARG Publications
No.1: Subaltern Rustle: Raqs Media Collective, the Colour Blue and the Colonial ArchiveNatasha Eaton
No.1: Book Art: Contemporary Practices in the Indian SubcontinentAmit Kumar Jain and Ruhania Perera
No.1: The (Un)Making of a Man: The Work of Baptist CoelhoJanice Pariat
No.1: Finding Home: The Worlds of Siona BenjaminOri Z.Soltes
No.1: The Maarak and the Tradition of Imambadas in KashmiHakim Sameer Hamdani
No.1: The Digital Reunification of a 17th-century Ramayana Manuscript from MewarRoda Ahluwalia
No.1: Collecting Paradise: Buddhist Art of Kashmir and Its LegaciesMonisha Ahmed
No.2: Introduction
No.2: Serpent-enthroned Buddha of AngkorPeter D.Sharrock
No.2: Indic Epics in Khmer Art: Narrative Reliefs of BaphuonRachel Loizeau
No.2: Indigenous Roots of the Cambodian Dance DramaPaul Cravath
No.2: Khmer Traditional Dresss and Textiles: Early Manifestations of Indian Styles and MotifsGillian Green
No.2: The Bayon: Interpretations ContinueOlivier Cunin
No.2: Pola-Inspired Vajryana Buddhism Bronzes from the Korat Plateau: The Khmer-Pala LinkEmma C.Bunker
No.2: Angkor: Diary of a Modern ExplorerKenison Kwok
No.3: Icons and Identities: The Work and Lives of Bronzecasters in SwamimalaiSowparnika Balaswaminathan
No.3: "Wherrever a Person lives, he ends up belonging there": A Brief Anecdotal History of Upar KotMeher Ali
No.3: Invisible Identities, Uncertain Futures? Upholding the Cultural Heritage of Kolkata's ChinatownKamalika Bose
No.3: Photo Essay: Laura Letinsky- Telephone Game: Photography and Textiles in TranslationColin Westerbeck
No.3: The Condition of Tibetan Monasteries in the 1930's and 40's as recorded by Guiseppe TucciErberto Lo Bue
No.3: Reflections on In the Name of the GoddessGayatri Sinha
No.3: Exhibitions: The Fabric of IndiaMonisha Ahmed
No.4: Introduction: Towards Recent Histories of Indian TextilesMayank Mansingh Kaul
No.4: Shaping Textile Futures: Those who Led the WayRitu Sethi
No.4: Revivalism and RevivalistsLaila Tyabji
No.4: Textiles in India: Fashioning the ContemporaryMayank Mansingh Kaul and Meher Varma
No.4: The Enduring Sari and It's MetamorphosesSujata Assomull
No.4: Recipes for Re-Enchantment: Natural Dyes and DyeingAarti Kawlra
No.4: Trends in EmbroideryVandana Bhandari
No.4: The Loom as an Ideology: Suraiya Apa's LegacyRadhika Singh
No.4: Jadunath Suparkar and Design Revival in Banaras BrocadesAnjan Chakraverty
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 68Jyotindra Jain, Naman P. Ahuja2016MARG Publications
No.1: PrefaceGeeta Kapur
No.1: The Elegant Complexity of Nasreen MohamediBrinda Kumar
No.1: Zarina's Language QuestionAamir R.Mufti
No.1: Lala Rukh: Lines of AgencyNatasha Ginwala
No.1: Revolution in Poetic Language: Manisha Parekh'Rakhee Balaram
No.1: Abstracting/Constructing- Sheila Makhijani and Pooja IrannaRoobina Karode
No.1: Strategic Abstractions: On Seher Shah's Large-Formar DrawingsMurtaza Vali
No.1: In the Light of What we See: On Prabhavathi Meppayil and Rana BegumDeepak Ananth
No.1: Parul Gupta's Performative SpaceMeenakshi Thirukode
No.1: Archives of Compressed time: Measure and Movement in the Work of Tanya GoelAmanda Sroka
No.2: Kochi-Muziris: Biennale as South Asian FormNatasha Ginwala
No.2: Muziris and the Many Pasts of KochiRiyas Komu
No.2: Caste Slavery and Structural Violence in KochiSanal Mohan
No.2: Kochi-Muziris Biennale and the Biennale PhenomenonGeeta Kapur & Natasha Ginwala
No.2: A Biennale in the MakingBose Krishnamachari
No.2: Impressions on the Second Kochi-Muziris BiennaleDieter Roelstrate and Abigail Winograd
No.2: Towards an Open Archealogy: On Vivan Sundaram's Black GoldNada Raza
No.2: Mandalay Hall, in Memoriam: Reflection on a Collateral Project during KMB 2012Zasha Colah
No.2: An Artistic Creed: Responses to Benitha Perciyal's Fires of FaithRosalyn D'Mello
No.2: Imagined Features: Works by Marie ValerdiMeera Menezes
No.2: The Eyes Have it: Naeem Mohaimen's Kazi in Nomansland and the Crisis of HistoryMurtaza Vali
No.2: Liquid History of Vasco Da GamaSarnath Banerjee
No.2: Make-Beling in Retrospect: The Artists' Cinema at KMB 2014Ashish Rajadhakshya
No.2: Solar: A MeltdownHo Rui An
Bombay to Mumbai: Changing PerspectivesPauline Rohatgi, Pheroza Godrej, Rahul Mehrotra2006MARG Publications
AhmadabadJohn-Burton PageGeorge Michell, Snehal Shah1988MARG Publications
Splendours of KeralaMulk raj anandMARG Publications
Goa- Cultural PattersDr. Saryu Doshi1983MARG Publications
Marg, India and Greece Connections and ParallelsDr. Saryu Doshi1985MARG Publications
India- A Pageant of PrintsRadhika Sabavala2006MARG Publications
American Collectors of Asian ArtPratapaditya Pal1986MARG Publications
American Collectors of Asian ArtPratapaditya Pal1986MARG Publications
MARG Publications
The Performing ArtsDoshi, Dr. Saryu (Ed. ) & Menon, Narayana (Guest Editor)1982MARG Publications
The Performing ArtsDoshi, Dr. Saryu (Ed. ) & Menon, Narayana (Guest Editor)1982MARG Publications
Bharat Natyam1957MARG Publications
MARG Publications
Marg , Vol.01, No.1, Oct 1946Mulk Raj Anand1946MARG Publications
Marg Vol 01,Jan 1947, Number 02 -Mulk Raj Anand1947MARG Publications
Marg Vol 01, Number 03 -Mulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg Vol. 02, No. 3, Journey into Rajasthan
Marg Vol 02, Number 04 -Special Dipavali NumberMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg , Vol. 07, No.03,June 1954Mulk Raj Anand1954MARG Publications
Marg Vol 08, Mar 1955 Number 02 -On Inheriting The PastMulk Raj Anand1955MARG Publications
Marg , Vol. 08, No.03, June 1955Mulk Raj Anand1955MARG Publications
Marg, Vol.9, No.1- In Praise of Early Buddhist ArtMulk Raj Anand1955MARG Publications
Marg Vol 10, June 1957 Number 03 -Homage To KhajurahoMulk Raj Anand1957MARG Publications
Marg Vol 10, Sept 1957 Number 04 -Bharata NatyamMulk Raj Anand1957MARG Publications
Marg Vol 11, June 1958 Number 03 -Early Mughal ArtMulk Raj Anand1958MARG Publications
Marg: A Magazine of the arts Later Mughal Art
Marg Vol 12, Dec 1958 Number 01 -Homage To KonarkMulk Raj Anand1958MARG Publications
Marg Vol 12, March 1959 Number 02 -Rajasthani SculpturesMulk Raj Anand1959MARG Publications
Marg Vol 12, June 1959 Number 03 -In Praise Of ManduMulk Raj Anand1959MARG Publications
Marg - Deccani Kalams Vol. 16 No.2Mulk Raj Anand1963MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 23, No. 01,1969 TerracottasMulk Raj Anand1969MARG Publications
Marg - The Mystery And Beauty of Hittite Art Vol.25, No.1Mulk Raj Anand1971MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 28 A Magazine of the Art,Supplyment No. 2 March 1975: Pahari MiniaturesDr. Archer's .W.1975MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 30, No. 02, March 1977, Persian Painting - Fifteenth CenturyMulk Raj Anand1977MARG Publications
Marg,Vol. 30, No. 03, 1977, Homage to AmritsarMulk Raj Anand1977MARG Publications
Marg,Vol. 30, No. 03, 1977, Homage to AmritsarMulk Raj Anand1977MARG Publications
Marg,Vol. 30, No. 03, 1977, Homage to AmritsarMulk Raj Anand1977MARG Publications
Marg - In Praise of Hoysala Art Vol.31, No.1Mulk Raj Anand1977MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 31, No. 02, Glimpses of Wonder and Beauty- Indian HeritageMulk Raj Anand1978MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 31, No. 02, Glimpses of Wonder and Beauty- Indian HeritageMulk Raj Anand1978MARG Publications
Marg, Treasures of Everyday Art- Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Vol. 31, No.3Mulk Raj Anand1978MARG Publications
Marg, Treasures of Everyday Art- Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum, Vol. 31, No.3Mulk Raj Anand1978MARG Publications
Marg - Vol 32, Number 01- In Praise Of Aihole - Badami- Mahakuta - PattadakalMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 32, No. 04, In Praise of Christian Art in GoaMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 33, No. 02. In Praise of Tamil Nadu HeritageMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 33, No. 02. In Praise of Tamil Nadu HeritageMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 33, No. 04, Homage to HampiMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 33, No. 04, Homage to HampiMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 33, No. 04, Homage to HampiMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 34, No. 01, Appreciation of Creative Arts Under Maharaja Ranjit SinghMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 34, No. 02, The Art Of Chhatrapatis and PeshwasDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 34, No. 02, The Art Of Chhatrapatis and PeshwasDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 34, No. 04, Rhythms And Accents In Tradtional Indian ArchitectureDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 34, No. 04, Rhythms And Accents In Tradtional Indian ArchitectureDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 35, No. 01, Heritage Of KarnatakaDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 35, No. 01, Heritage Of KarnatakaDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 35, No. 01, Heritage Of KarnatakaDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 35, No. 03, Goa An EncounterDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 35, No. 03, Goa An EncounterDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 35, No. 03, Goa An EncounterDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 35, No. 04, Continuity And Change- Festival Of India in Great BritainDoshi, Dr. Saryu (Ed)MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 36, No. 01, Images And Traditions- Festival Of India in Great BritainDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 36, No. 03, The Iconic And Narrative In Jain PaintingDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 36, No. 04, Maharashtra- Traditions In ArtDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 37, No. 01, Maharashtra- Religious And Secular ArchitectureDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 37, No. 01, Maharashtra- Religious And Secular ArchitectureDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 37, No. 02, Hind And HellasDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 37, No. 02, Hind And HellasDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 37, No. 03, Masterpieces of the Deccan SultanatesKarl KhandalavalaMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 37, No. 03, Masterpieces of the Deccan SultanatesKarl KhandalavalaMARG Publications
Three American Collections of Asian Art- Freer, Brundage and Rockfeller/ Vol XXXVII, No. 4Dr. Pratapaditya PalMARG Publications
Marg, Vol.38, No. 01,Three American Collections Of Asian Art- Heeramaneck,Binney,3rd and SimonKarl KhandalavalaMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 38, No. 03, Treasures Of Indian ArtDr. Saryu DoshiMARG Publications
Marg- Vol. 40, No. 01 Visions of Enlightenment the Heritage of BodhgayaKarl KhandalavalaMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 40, No. 04, A Selection Of Prints: People,Places and FloraKarl KhandalavalaMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 41, No. 03, Painters Of Persia And Their ArtKarl KhandalavalaMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 42, No. 1, Ramayana: Paintings from the hillsMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 44, No. 01, The Qutb Shahs Of GolcondaKarl KhandalavalaMARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 45, No. 02, India And Egypt: Thought,Art, And TradePratapaditya PalMARG Publications
Marg- Humayun's Garden Party Princes of the House of Timur and Ey Mughal Painting Vol.46, No.2Sheila Canby1994MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 46, No. 03, Woven splendours: Indian SilksPratapaditya PalMARG Publications
Marg Vol. 46, No. 04, Of Kings and CoinsCarter, Martha L.1994MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 48, No. 02, Contemporary Women ArtistsPratapaditya PalMARG Publications
Marg-A Magazine of the Arts, Vol. 48. No. 3Farooq Ameen1997MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 50, No. 03,1999Pratapaditya Pal1999MARG Publications
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts, Vol. 50Pratapaditya Pal2010MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 51, No. 02, 1999,Pratapaditya Pal1999MARG Publications
MARG: A Magazine Of The Arts Vol. 59, No. 4Mulk Raj Anand2008MARG Publications
MARG: A Magazine Of The Arts Vol. 59, No. 4Mulk Raj Anand2008MARG Publications
Marg, Vol. 62, Contemporary Art of South IndiaMARG Publications
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts Vol. 65Mulk Raj Anand2013MARG Publications
MARG: A Magazine of the Arts: India-France: Artistic Exchanges, Vol. 69, No. 1Jyotindra Jain, Naman P. Ahuja2017MARG Publications
Marg - Homage to JaipurMulk Raj AnandMARG Publications
material history, material memorySarya Doshi1982MARG Publications
A Treasury of Indian CoinsCarter, Martha L.1994MARG Publications
A Treasury of Indian CoinsCarter, Martha L.1994MARG Publications
A Treasury of Indian CoinsCarter, Martha L.1994MARG Publications
Coins in India: Power and CommunicationHimanshu Prabha Ray2006MARG Publications
Coins in India: Power and CommunicationHimanshu Prabha Ray2006MARG Publications
Coins in India: Power and CommunicationHimanshu Prabha Ray2006MARG Publications
Marg, Maharaja Ranjit Singh as Patron of the ArtsMulk Raj Anand1981MARG Publications
Maharaja Ranjit Singh as a Patron of the ArtsMulk Raj Anand1981MARG Publications
Maharaja Ranjit Singh as a Patron of the ArtsMulk Raj Anand1981MARG Publications
Unseen Presence: The Buddha and SanchiDehejia, Vidya1996MARG Publications
Marg, Bodhgaya - the Site of Enlightenment1988MARG Publications
Marg, Golconda and HyderabadSafrani, Shehbaz H. (Ed. )1992MARG Publications
Marg, Splendours of the Vijayanagara Empire HampiMichell, George & Filliozat, Vasundhara (Guest Editors)1981MARG Publications
Marg, The Art of the Burma New StudiesStadtner, Donald M. (Ed. )1999MARG Publications
Eternal Kaveri : Historical Sites Along South India's Greatest RiverGeorge Michell1999MARG Publications
Marg, Odissi, Indian Classical Dance ArtKothari, Sunil & Pasricha, Avinash1990MARG Publications
Marg - Bharata NatyamMulk Raj Anand1997MARG Publications
Marg - Bharata NatyamMulk Raj Anand1997MARG Publications
Marg- Kathakali- The Art of the Non-WorldlyNair, D.Appukuttan & Paniker K. Ayyappa1993MARG Publications
Marg- Contemporary Women Artists, Experessions and EvocationsPratapaditya Pal1996MARG Publications
Marg, Master Artist of the Imperial Mughal CourtPratapaditya Pal1991MARG Publications
Marg -Contemporary Architecture And City Form The South Asian ParadigmFarooq Ameen1997MARG Publications
Marg, the World of JadeMarkel, Stephen1992MARG Publications
Marg- Pageant of Indian Art Festival of India in Great BritainDr. Saryu Doshi1983MARG Publications
Water Design: Environment and HistoriesJutta Jain-Neubauer2016MARG Publications
Dargahs: Abodes of the Saints, Vol. 56. No.1Mumtaz Currim, George Michell2004MARG Publications
The Architecture of the Indian SultanatesAbha Narain Lambah, Alka Patel2006MARG Publications
Wonders of Nature: Ustad Mansur at the Mughal CourtAsok Kumar DasVidya Dehejia2012MARG Publications
The Story of Asia's LionsDivya Bhanusinh2005MARG Publications
Living Jewels From The Indian JungleAshok S. Khotari, Boman F. Chhapgar2009Oxford University Press, Bombay Natural History Society
Living Jewels From The Indian JungleAshok S. Khotari, Boman F. Chhapgar2009Oxford University Press, Bombay Natural History Society
The Story Of Indian UnicornsJotindra Jain, Naman P. Ahuja2018Marg Publication
A Mirror for Princes from IndiaGrube, Ernst J. (Ed. )1991MARG Publications
Buddhist Art Form and MeaningPratapditya Pal2007MARG Publications
Masterpieces of Indian Modern ArtKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces of Indian Modern Art: Edition IIKishore Singh2017DAG
Masterpieces of Indian Modern Art: Edition IIKishore Singh2017DAG
The Printed Picture: Four Centuries of Indian Printmaking Vol. 1: EssaysPaula SenguptaKishore Singh2012DAG
The Printed Picture: Four Centuries of Indian Printmaking Vol. 1: EssaysPaula SenguptaKishore Singh2012DAG
The Printed Picture: Four Centuries of Indian Printmaking Vol. 2: Exibitin PlatesPaula SenguptaKishore Singh2012DAG
The Printed Picture: Four Centuries of Indian Printmaking Vol. 2: Exibitin PlatesPaula SenguptaKishore Singh2012DAG
Indian Abstracts: An Absence Of FormKishore Singh2014DAG
Indian Portraits: The Face of a PeopleKishore Singh2013DAG
The Naked and the Nude: The Body in Indian Modern ArtKishore Singh2013DAG
Indian Landscapes - The Changing HorizonKishore Singh2012DAG
Indian Divine: Gods & Goddesses In 19th Century
2014DAGArt & Architecture
The Naked and the Nude: The Body in Indian Modern Art Edition TwoKishore Singh2015DAG
The Art of BengalKishore Singh2012DAG
The Art of BengalKishore Singh2012DAG
Mumbai Modern Progressive Artists' Groups: 1947-2013Kishore Singh2013DAG
Continuum: Progressive Artists' GroupKishore Singh2011DAG
India Modern: Narrative from 20th Century Indian ArtKishore Singh2014DAG
Awakening: A Retrospective of G.R. SantoshKishore Singh2011DAG
Awakening: A Retrospective of G.R. SantoshKishore Singh2011DAG
Altaf: A RetrospectiveKishore Singh2017DAG
Chittaprosad: A RetrospectiveKishore Singh2011DAG
Chittaprosad: A RetrospectiveKishore Singh2011DAG
India's Rockerfeller ArtistsKishore Singh2017DAG
Group 1890: India's Indigenous ModernismKishore Singh2016DAG
The Feminine UnboundGogi Saroj Pal2011DAG
The Curious SeekerMadhvi Parekh2017DAG
Hungry Bengal: A Tour through Mindapur District, by ChittaProad in November 19432011DAG
A Sketch book of 30 potraits by Chittaprosad2011DAG
Yours Chitta: Translated excerpts from select letters from ChittaprosadSanjoy Kumar Malik2011DAG
Nemai Ghosh: Satyajit Ray and BeyondKishore Singh2013DAG
Memory & Identity: Indian Aritists AbroadKishore Singh2016DAG
India's Neo-Tantrists: G. R. Santosh, Biren DeKishore Singh2017DAG
M.V. Dhurandar The Romantic RealistSuhas Babulkar2018DAG
Manifestations 5: 20th Century Indian ArtKishore Singh2011DAG
Manifestations 6: 75 ArtistsKishore Singh2011DAG
Manifestations 7: 20th Century Indian ArtKishore Singh2012DAG
Manifestations 8: 20th Century Indian ArtKishore Singh2012DAG
Manifestations 9: 20th Century Indian ArtKishore Singh2013DAG
Manifestations 10: 20th Century Indian ArtKishore Singh2013DAG
Manifestations 11: 20th Century Indian ArtKishore Singh2014DAG
Ramkinkar Baij: A RetrospectiveR Siva KumarSonal Parmar2012DAG
Significant Indian Modern Art2014DAG
Significant Indian Modern Art2014DAG
Masterpieces I: Stars Above, Stars Below- Avinash ChandraKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces II: In His Office- Bikash BhattacharjeeKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces III: Christ- Dhanraj BhagatKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces IV: A Still-Life of Kitchen Implements and a Rooster on a TableKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces V: Aspiration- G.R. SantoshKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces VI: Tantra Series- G.R. SantoshKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces VII: Manas Kamal- Hemen MazumdarKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces VIII: Expectation- Kshitindranath MajumdarKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces IX: Shree Chaitanya Meets His Mother- Kshitindranath MajumdarKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces X: Three Graces- M.F. HusainKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces XI: Queen- M.F. HusainKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces XII: Portrait- M.F. HusainKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces XIV: Shakuntala's Life Story- Radha Charan BagchiKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces XIII: Figure in Yellow- Rabindranath TagoreKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces XV: The Poet- Ramkinkar BaijKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces XVI: Mask- S.K. BakreKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces XVII: Jala Bindu- S.H. RazaKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces XVIII: Bharatiya Samaroh- S.H. RazaKishore Singh2016DAG
Masterpieces 31: At A Social GatheringVikash Bhattcharjee
Masterpieces 32: The Starir Of DestinyRameshwar Broota
Masterpieces 33: UntitledShanti Dave
Masterpieces 34: Untilted (Two Figures With Cactus)M.F. Mussain
Masterpieces 35: Woman With A Basket Of FruitsKrishen Khanna
Masterpieces 36: Untitled (Landscape)Ram Kumar
Masterpieces 37: DiagonalTyeb Mehta
Masterpieces 38: Man Acting As KingRavin Mondal
Masterpieces 39: Untitled (Christ)Jamini Roy
Masterpieces 40: Untitled (tantra)G.R. Santosh
Masterpieces 41: UntitledF.M. Souza
Still-Life Adaptations in 20th Century Indian ArtRoobina Karode2007DAG
20th Century Indian Modern ArtKishore Singh2014DAG
Indian Modern Art: A Visual HistoryKishore Singh2016DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: The Pre-Moderns Vol 1Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: Birth of Modernism Vol 2Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: Revivalism & Beyond Vol 3Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: Bengal Modernists Vol 4Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: Rise of Modernism Vol 5Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: A Modern Vernacular Vol 6Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: Alternate Sensibilities Vol 7Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: Region and Identity Vol 8Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: The Sacred & the Sensual Vol 9Kishore Singh2015DAG
A Visual History of Indian Modern Art: In the Round Vol 10Kishore Singh2015DAG
20th Century Indian Art2017DAG
20th Century Indian Art2016DAG
Amitava: The Complete WorksKishore Singh2013DAG
Auction Of Indian Art2016DAG
Indian Modern Art2015DAG
Art Loot Spring 20122012DAG
Maps Of Mughal IndiaSusan Gole1988Manohar Publications
Maps Of Mughal IndiaSusan Gole1988Manohar Publications
The Kingdom That Was KotahM.K. Briraj Singh1985Lalit Kala Akademi
Monuments of Assam2001National Museum, New Delhi
Manuscript Painting of Assam2000National Museum, New Delhi
Art History of Tripura2003National Museum, New Delhi
Art History of Tripura2003National Museum, New Delhi
Indian Miniature Paintings2000National Museum, New Delhi
Ramayana: The Story of Rama in Indian Miniature Paintings2004National Museum, New Delhi
Baburnama: Memoirs of Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur Padshah Gazi2004National Museum, New Delhi
Kahilipara hoard of Bronzes, Assam2004National Museum, New Delhi
Sculptural Heritage of Assam2000National Museum, New Delhi
Miniature Paintings of Rajasthan2000National Museum, New Delhi
Bhopal2003/04/01Directorate of Archaeology, Archives and Museum
Gwalior2004DAAM / MPM
Atlas Of Ancient Indian HistoryIfran Habib, Faiz Habib2010Oxford University Press
Munzpragung Des KusanreichesRobert Gobl1984Verlag Der Osterreichischen Akademie Der Wissenschaften
An Atlas of the Mughal EmpireIfran Habib1982Oxford University Press
An Atlas of the Mughal EmpireIfran Habib1982Oxford University Press
Atlas of the World2002The Royal Geographical Society
Indian Paintings In The Los Angeles MuseumPratapaditya Pal1982Lalit Kala Akademi
K. Venkatappa: A Pictorial VolumeDirectorate of Kanada And Culture
Ancient Hairstyles of IndiaIla Pal Choudhuri1974Rupa & Co.
Untranslated Chinese Art BookAshrani MathurLibro
Atlas of Past timesJohn Haywood2003Grange Books
History of TrainsCollin Garratt1989Hamlyn Publishers
Modern Indian Painting: Jana & Kito de Boer CollectionRob Dean, Giles TilotsonMapin Publications
The Artful Life of R. VijayAnnapurna GarimellaPreface: Kavita Singh2015Shane Suvikapakornkul, Serindia, Serindia Contemporary
Waswo x. Waswo PhotowallahChristopher Pinney, Illustrations: R. VijayTasveer Arts Publishers
Elite Collectors of Modern & Contemporary Indian ArtPurrshottam Bhaggeria, Pavan Malhotra2008Elite Media Publishers
Gauri DancersWaswo x Waswo, Sonika Soni2019Mapin Publications
AuthorEditorYearPublisher
Coins - An Illustrated Survey 650 B.C. to the Present DayMartin Jessop Price1980Methuen & British Museum Publication Ltd.
Haryana ke Pracheen lakshyansthan (Ancient Seals of Haryana) (Hindi)Sarswati, Swami Omamnand1979Haryana Prantiya Puratattva Sangrahalaya
Minutes of Evidence Taken before the Royal Commission on Indian Currency & Finance Vol. 41926Royal Commission I.C.& F
Appendices to the Report of the Royal Commission on Indian Currency & Finance Vol. 21926Royal Commission I.C.& F
Oriental Numismatics Society Vol. I
NumismaticsNewsletters, papersVol. I
Oriental Numismatics Society Vol. II
NumismaticsNewslettersVol. II
Oriental Numismatics Society Vol. III
NumismaticsNewslettersVol. III
2003 Standard Catalog of World CoinsChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce II2003Krause Publications
2006 Standard Catalog of World CoinsChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce II2006Krause Publications
1998 Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, Modern issues 1961-1998, Vol. IIIColin R. Bruce II, Neil Shafer1998Krause Publications
Standard Catalogue Of World Paper MoneyAlbert PickColin R. Bruce II, Neil Shaferkrause publications
Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, Specialized Issues, Vol. 1Based on the original writings of Albert PickColin R. Bruce II, Neil ShaferKrause Publications
Standard Catalog of World Coins 1601-1700, 17th CenturyChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce II1999Krause Publications
Standard Catalogue Of World Coins, Special 18th century editionChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce II2006krause publications
1996 Standard Catalog of World CoinsChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce II1996Krause Publications
2002 Standard Catalog of World CoinsChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce II2002Krause Publications
Memoirs Series 06: Coins and Early Indian Economy1912-14Journal and Proceeding Asiatic Society of Bengal
Monnaies Greco-Bactriennes et Indo-Grecques, Catalogue Raisonne (French)Osmund Bopearachchi1991Bibliotheque Nationale
Catalogue of the Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta, Vol. I, Parts I, II & IIIVincent A. Smith1906Oxford at the Clarendon Press
Catalogue of the Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta, Vol. IIIH. Nelson Wright1908Oxford at the Clarendon Press
1996 Standard Catalog of World CoinsChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce II1996Krause Publications
Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General issues, Vol. 2Neil Shafer, Colin R. Bruce II2000Krause Publications
Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, General issues, Vol. 2Neil Shafer, Colin R. Bruce II2000Krause Publications
Standard Catalog of World Paper Money, Modern issues 1961-2001, Vol. 3Colin R. Bruce II, George S. Cuhaj, Neil Shafer2001Krause Publications
Standard Catalog of World Coins, World Coin Listings by Date and Mint, 1701-1800, 18th century EditionChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce IIKrause Publications
Standard Catalog of World Gold CoinsChester L. Krause, Clifford MishlerColin R. Bruce II1986Krause Publications
Standard Catalog of World Coins- 17th Century Edition-1601-1700 A.D.Chester L.Krause and Cliffor MishlerColin R.Bruce II1996Krause Publications
World Coins- 17th Century-2nd EditionChester L.Krause and Cliffor MishlerColin R.Bruce II1999Krause Publications
Standard Catalogue of World Paper Money-Eighth Edition-Volume OneColin R.Bruce II/Neil ShaferColin R.Bruce II1998Krause Publications
Unusuall World Coins: A Standard Catalog Of World Coins Companion Listing And Price Guide Of Novel
1980KP Bagchi and Co.Numismaticscatalogue3rd edition
Standard Catalogue of World Coins 19th century, 2nd Edition 1801-1900C.L. Krause/C.MishlerColin R.Bruce IIKrause Publications
Standard Catalogue Of World Paper Money 1961-1995 Volume 3Colin R. Bruce II & George S. Cuhaj1961-1995Krause Publications
Indian Paper MoneyKishore Jhunjhunwala/Rezwan Razack2012Currencies and Coins, Mumbai
Indian Paper MoneyKishore Jhunjhunwala/Rezwan Razack2012Currencies and Coins, Mumbai
Indian Paper MoneyKishore Jhunjhunwala/Rezwan Razack2012Currencies and Coins, Mumbai
History of Pancala- Vol.II-Corpus of CoinsKrishna Mohan Shrimali1985Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Limited
Ancient Indian WeightsEdward Thomas1970Prithvi Prakashan
Catalogue of the coins Part 2Chas J. Rodgers1894Haptist Mission Press
Catalogue of the Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta, Vol. I, Parts I & IIVincent A. Smith1906Oxford at the Clarendon Press
Catalogue of the Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta, Vol. I, Part IIIVincent A. Smith1906Oxford at the Clarendon Press
The Second Supplementary Catalogue of Coins to Volume I.S.P. Basu1977Indian Museum, Kolkata
The Coinage of the Gupta Empire/ Corpus of Indian Coins Volume IVA. S. Altekar1957Numismatic Society of India, BHU
Numismatic Studies, Vol. 4Multiple authorsAjay Mitra Shastri, Manmohan Kumar1996Harman Publishing House
Occasional Memoirs Of The Numismatic Society Of India: Historical Studies In Mughal NumismaticsShahpurshah Hormasji Hodivala1976Numismatic Society Of India
Coins of Ancient IndiaAlexander Cunningham???
Mandlateel NaniG.H. Kare???
A Collector's Guide to Muhammadan Coins of India, 1200 A.D. to 1860 A.D.Donald B. Hull1972Donal B.Hull
Standard Catalogue of World Gold CoinsChester L.Krause/Clifford MishlerColin R.Bruce II2000Krause Publications
32nd Edition Standard Cat. of World Coins 1901-PresentChester L. Krause, Clifford Mishler2004Krause Publications
Standard Catalogue of World CoinsChester L.Krause/Clifford MishlerColin R.Bruce II1999Krause Publications
The Journal of Academy of Indian Numismatics & Sigillography, vol. 1Dr.S.K.Bhatt1977Academy of Indian Numismatics and Sigillography
Catalogue of the Provincial Coin Cabinet AssamA. W. Botham1986Eastern Book House
Catalogue of the Coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta, Vol. I, Part IIIVincent A. Smith1906Oxford at the Clarendon Press
Andhra Pradesh Government Archaeological Series No 4. A Catalogue of the Vijaynagara Coins of the Andhra Pradesh Government MuseumN. ramesan1962The government of Andhra Pradesh
Inscriptions of the Early Gupta Kings and their SuccessorsRam Swaroop Sharma1971Banaras Hindu Univesity
Bharatiya Itihaas Ke Strotra Sikke (Sources of Indian History: Coins by E. J. Rapson Hindi Translation) (Hindi)E. J. Rapson1966Chowkhamba Vidyabhawan
A Tribal History of Ancient IndiaKalyan Kumar Dasgupta1974Nababharat Publishers
The Coins of the Mogul Emperors of IndiaChas J. Rodgers1894Baptist Mission Press
Seminar Papers on the Indology of the Punch marked coinsA. K. NarainLallanji Gopal1966Banaras Hindu University (BHU)
The Journal of the Numismatic Society of India, Vol. 42, Parts 1-2Lallanji Gopal, T. P. Verma, B. Chatterjee, O. P. Singh1981The Numismatic Society of India
The Journal of the Numismatic Society of India, Volume 47, Parts I & IIUpendra Thakur1985The Numismatic Society of India
The Journal of the Numismatic Society of India, Vol. 30, Dr. Richard Bertram Whitehead Commemoration VolumeA. K. Narain, P. L. Gupta, J. P. Singh1968The Numismatic Society of India
The Prospectus of the Numismatic Society of India1959The Numismatic Society of India
Bibliography of Indian Numismatics, Part I (Ancient India)S.J. Mangalam1989Numismatic Society of India
Bibliography of Indian Numismatics, Part I (Ancient India)S.J. Mangalam1989Numismatic Society of India
Biblography of Indian Numismatics Part 2, Medieval and modern 1971-80Prashant P. Kulkarni1991Numismatic Society of India
Biblography of Indian Numismatics Part 2, Medieval and modern 1971-80Prashant P. Kulkarni1991Numismatic Society of India
Bibliography of Indian Numismatics, Part II (Medieval and Modern)Parmeshwari Lal Gupta1979The Numismatic Society of India
Bibliography of Indian Numismatics, Part II (Medieval and Modern)Parmeshwari Lal Gupta1979The Numismatic Society of India
Biblography of Indian Numismatics Part 1 (Non-Muhammadan Series)C. R. SingalA. S. Altekar1950Numismatic Society of India, Bombay
Memoirs Series- No.6-Coins and Early Indian EconomyAjay Mitra Shastri1976The Numismatic Society of India
Memoirs Series- No.6-Coins and Early Indian EconomyAjay Mitra Shastri1975The Numismatic Society of India
Memoirs Series- No.6-Coins and Early Indian EconomyAjay Mitra Shastri1975The Numismatic Society of India
Numismatic Society of India- Proceedings of the Annual Meeting 1939R.G. Gyani/A.S. Altekar1939-1940Numismatic Society of India
Paper Currency in IndiaB. b. das Gupta1927University of Calcutta
Coinage of Republic of IndiaR. S. Sharma, V. Mittal1999Authors
Coinage of Republic of IndiaR. S. Sharma, V. Mittal1999Authors
Coins of India, Bulletin No. 91963S.I.T.U. Publications Limited
Numismatic Notes and Monographs, No. 17, Part I, Coinage of TripuraRamanimohan SarmaLallanji Gopal, Jai Prakash Singh1980The Numismatic Society of India
Satavahana Coins in the Andhra Pradesh government Museum (Series No. 2)M. RamaraoN. Ramesan1961Andhra Pradesh Government Museum
Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society1844Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
Historical Studies in Mughal NumismaticsShahpurshah Hormasji Hodivala1976Professor L.Gopal for the Numismatic Society of India
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 1K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 2K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 3K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 4K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 5K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 6K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 7K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 8K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 9K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol. 10K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Encyclopedia of Hinduism, Vol.11K. L. Seshagiri Rao, Kapil Kapoor2013Mandala Publishing
Treasures of Indian Art in Bharat Kala Bhavan, Indian Coins (Part Two)Savita Sharma1993Bharat Kala Bhavan, Banaras Hindu University
Treasures of Indian Art in Bharat Kala Bhavan, Indian Coins (Part Two)Savita Sharma1993Bharat Kala Bhavan, Banaras Hindu University
The Mahabharata: Aranyakaparvan, Vol. 4V.S. Sukthankar2006Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute
The Mahabharata: The Karnaparvan, Vol. 10V.S. Sukthankar, S.K. Belvalkar2003Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute
The Mahabharata: Santiparvan, Vol 16 Part- 3BV.S. Sukthankar, S.K. Belvalkar2005Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute
The Mahabharata: Asvamedhikaparvan, Vol. 18V.S. Sukthankar, S.K. Belvalkar1960Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute
Chavi: Global Jublie VolumeAnand Krishna1971Bharat Kala Bhavan, Banaras Hindu University
Chavi 2: Rai Krishnadasa Felicitation VolumeAnand Krishna1981Bharat Kala Bhavan, Banaras Hindu University
The French RevolutionLouis Madelin1930William Heinemann Ltd.
Life Of Napoleon BonaparteCharles Macfarlane1880George Routledge and Sons
The Wonder that was IndiaA. L. Basham1974Fontana Books, Rupa & Co.
History Of The WorldW.N. WeechOdhams Press Limited
The Imperial Gazzettere of India- The India Empire Vol 21909Oxford Press
The Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society Vol XVI1980Bihar and Orissa Research Society
A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and BaronetageSir Bernard Bruke1889Harrison and Sons, London
The coronation Book of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth1936Odhams Press Limited
Bihar and Orissa District Gazetteers: ShahabadL. S. S. O'Malley, J. F. W. James1924Patna: : Bihar and Orissa Government Printing
History of JehangirBeni Prasad1940The Indian Press, Allahabad
Statisical Account of Junagadh bein The Junagadh Contribution to the Kathiawar Portion of the Bombay GazetteerMajor J.W. Watson1880Education Society's Press, Bombay