Vol 22, 2017: 300 Pages, Plates 112 B/W and Colour 78; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 45.
Vincent Lefèvre: Rāmapāla, Rāmāvatī and the Last Glory of Mahasthan.
Yusuf Siddiq: Notes on Some Later Arabic and Persian Inscriptions of Bengal.
KumKum Bandyopadhyay: Recent Study of the Sculptural Remains from Bela, District Gaya, South Bihar.
Dev Kumar Jhanjh: Reconstructing a Sacred Site: A Story of Temple Building, Political Rise and Some Brāhma]a Governors of Gaya.
Sreyashi Ray Chowdhuri: Iconoplastic Reproductions of N"ga Muchalinda in Eastern Indian Art: Locating Stylistic Divergences with Early Narratives of Eastern Deccan.
Rob Linrothe: Donor Figures on 9th to 12th Century Sculpture in Eastern India: A Progress Report.
Rohini Kar: Tracing Manasa’s Lineage Through the Puranas and the Mangalakavyas.
Joachim K. Bautze: The Calcutta Cyclone of 1864 - the Pictorial Evidence.
Rupendra Kumar Chattopadhyay: Debala Mitra: In Search of Her Excellence in Interpreting Texts and Sculptural and Architectural Expressions.
Nupur Dasgupta: Of Mothers, Infants and Perceptions of Demoniac Threats: Genesis and Manifestations of Some Minor Cults in Early Historic Northern India.
Claudine Bautze-Picron: Two Unpublished Images of the Great Vi^]uite Devī from Bengal.
Ellen M Raven: Kings of Styles or the Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Swati Ray: The Itkhori Region: A Study of the Post-Gupta Idiom of Art.
Antara Ghoshal: Women as Represented in Terracotta Plaques of Chandraketugarh.
Ratnabali Ray Sengupta: The Visnu Images of Tripura.
Andrea Loseries: The Buddhist Symbol of the Lion in Tibetan Art.
Ankan Purkait: Murshidabad Painting: As a Social Dialogue.
Ursila Bicklemann: The Painter Rabindranath Tagore amongst French Artists and Intellectuals.
Baba Mishra and Ranvir Singh: Seals of Budhigarh, Odisha: A Study of Its Symbols, Legends & Impact of Numismatics on Sigillography.
Sanjay Sen Gupta: Tracing the History of Wooden Dolls in Bengal: A Study of Two Specimens from Chandraketugarh.
Sabarni Pramanik Nayak: All About Cotton: Orissan Scenario from Early-Medieval Epigraphs.
Mahboob Alam: Company Paintings: Bengal Chapter.
Khoundkar Alamgir: Imambara Architecture in Bengal.
Shatavisha Mustafi: What Does the ‘Hand’ of the Artist Signify? Tracing the Journey of Jamini Roy within the Realms of the Urban and the Rural.
Aniruddha Maitra: Newly-found Avalokiteśvara Image from Itahar: A Buddhist Zone of North Bengal.
Md. Abdur Rob: Mosques Patronized by Women in and around Dhaka.
Sania Sitara: Two Late Mughal Shia Mosques of Greater Dinajpur.