Journal of Bengal Art Volume 21

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Vol. 21, 2016: 291 Pages, Plates 112 B/W and Colour 78; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 45.

Sutapa Sinha

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Coinage of Medieval Chattagram with a Special Note on ‘Chittagong Trade Series’ of 16th Century

Gerald Kozicz

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The Cruciform Tempe of Tholing: The Transfer of Architectural Concepts from North-East India to the Western Himalayas Around 1000 CE

Nupur Dasgupta

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Faith, Healing and Serpent Goddesses: Exploring the Threshold between the Ritual and the Medical in the Cults of Jāngulī – Manasā

 

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Journal of Bengal Art Volume 20

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Vol. 20, 2015: 348 Pages, Plates 73 B/W and Colour 243; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 45.

 

Syed Ejaz Hussain

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Theory of Art and Bengal Art: Some Observations and Some Questions

Heinrich Poell

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Some Unusual Pala Period Bronzes from  Bangladesh: Considerations of  Their Iconography and Art-Historical Significance

A K M Yaqub Ali

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Four Unread Persian Manuscripts Preserved in the Varendra Museum: A Study of Their Contents and Calligraphy

Joachim K. Bautze

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Photographic Portraits of the Last Najafi Ruler of Bengal and Two of His Sons

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Journal of Bengal Art Volume 19

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Vol. 19, 2014: 306 Pages, Plates 73 B/W and Colour 243; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 50.

 

Paola G. Tinti

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The origins of Buddhism in Bangladesh: Between history, myth and historical inventions

Gouriswar Bhattachurya

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Pala influence in Buddhist of Bangladesh

Shariful Islam

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Unpublished Gupta Gold Coins in the Bangladesh National Museum

Susmita Basu Majumder & Sarmishtha Chatterjee

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Cowries in eastern india: Understanding their role as ritual objects and money

Bernedette broeskamp

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Repercussions of a Great Heritage: Pāla-Style Features Preserved in a Mural Painting in Alchi, Ladakh

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