ISBN: 9788177021325, 817702132X
ISBN: 9788188934676, 8188934674
The aim of the present book is to study the most persistent and multifaced god Skanda Karttikeya who is very popular in South India in the names of Murugan, Kandan, Balaswami, Guruswamy, Thagappanswamy and Subrahmanya.
ISBN: 9788188934010, 8188934011
The author presents in detail the various aspects of Varahi including the iconographic features of the different forms as well as mantras and yantras associated with the workship of Varahi.
ISBN: 9788174368270, 8174368272
This book offers a tantalizing glimpse into the world of renowned contemporary Indian artist, Shuvaprasanna. Few artists of his generation can claim to have a creative oeuvre as large and diverse as his. Over the past four decades, he has created numerous paintings, lithographs, graphics, sculptures, etc.
Bhattacharya, Asok K
ISBN: 9788189620868, 818962086X
This book contains fifteen essays on ancient and medieval Indian art, arranged in two sections in view of their distinct approaches to the subject. This anthology in its second section, entitled Iconology, goes further a step to interpret the philosophical content and genesis of each individual icon.
ISBN: 9789350502686, 9350502682
The book presents an in-depth study of some stone and terracotta figures individually like Karttikeya-Subrahmanya, Karttikeya and Kaumari, earliest Vaikuntha-Visnu, Nirrti, Laksmi with Ganesa and Yaksas, etc.;;;
ISBN: 9788176467506, 8176467502
The present work brings out some unique and unusual examples of Indian iconography. It is a work of original and thought provoking research on some unique, unusual and enigmatic divine sculptures.
Sastri, H Krishna
ISBN: 9788186050996, 818605099X
Sthapati, V Ganapati
ISBN: 9788185822976, 8185822972
This is a rare work which gives in great details the forms and accurate measurements of a large variety of Indian sculpture, along with the spiritual vision and philosophy underlying it.
ISBN: 9788120836143, 8120836146
ISBN: 9788170175032, 8170175038
Here is a unique and original insight into the creative processes of a modern sculptor whose work bears a definite connection with Indian sculptural traditions. This monograph enables the reader to form an idea of the conscious and unconscious forces that drive an artist. The author brings to bear her lifetime experience as sculptor to this perceptive revelation.
ISBN: 9788185026572, 8185026572
This volume provides new material and insights into early Indian terracotta art in a chronological frame work.
ISBN: 9789937234283, 993723428X
The book is a catalogue published in conjuction with the exhibition on Jewels of Mewar Art, organized by Siddhartha Art Gallery and Bodhisattva Gallery on April 26-May 15, 2011. It features the works of twenty-six master painters, sculptors and highly skilled artisans.
Ahuja, Naman P.
ISBN: 9781910807170, 1910807176
The Ashmolean Museum has a rich and representative collection of the art and archaeology of the Indian subcontinent, largely assembled in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Its important holdings of the formative periods of Indian art up to AD 600 are fully presented in this book for the first time.
ISBN: 9788187507345, 8187507349
Kunhiraman is a famous sculptor from Kerala who added non-figurative dimension to the sculptural languages of Kerala in public places in a remarkable way.
ISBN: 9789380009742, 9380009747
Running into two volumes, it makes an iconographic study of Brahmanical sculptures of Kashmir. Bringing together more than five hundred Brahmanical images of Kashmir from different parts of the world, it demonstrates their enduring themes, iconographic types and stylistic traditions, as well as major influences on them. Also, it highlights their religious and artistic significance while placing...
ISBN: 9788124604526, 8124604525
This volume lists and analyses the Museum antiquities typologically and chronologically.
ISBN: 9788124604366, 8124604363
The Sun Temple of Konarka on the East coast of Orissa stands as a witness to the cult of Surya. The present book attempts a fresh approach in understanding its symbolism.
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