JOURNAL OF BENGAL ART VOLUME 25

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Vol. 25, 2020: 856 Pages, Plates 482 B/W and Color 143; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 5000/ US $ 100

 

A K M Yaqub Ali                               :Aesthetic Aspects of Stone-Carving Art of Muslim Architecture of Bengal  (13th-                                                                                                     16th Century).

Anna A. Ślączka                               :Lost and Found? A Note on Two Images of Dancing Śiva from Bangladesh.

Chotima Chaturawong                    :Reliefs of Vishnu Anantasayin: Vaishnavism of The Pyu, Mon, and Burmese.

Claudine Bautze-Picron                  :Unpublished or Little Known Viṣṇu Viśvarūpa Images from Eastern India

Dhriti Ray                                          :The Portuguese Legacy Over the Bengali Cultural Heritage.

Joachim K. Bautze                           :Fedor Jagor, Traveller, Explorer, Photographer.

Gerald Kozicz                                   :Considerations About the Meaning of the Stupa on Pāla Stelae

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JOURNAL OF BENGAL ART VOLUME 24

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Vol. 24, 2019: 304 Pages, Plates 212 B/W and Color 53; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 45.

               

Andrea Loseries :                          A Burman Palm Leaf Manuscript: Myanmar, 1885 (1297 M.E.)     

Baba Mishra                                  A Study on Bhairava Iconography of the Tel Valley, Odisha          

Claudine Bze-Picron :                   A Short Note on a Recently Discovered Lintel in Lakhisarai           

Noor Bano ttar :                            An Image of the Sun god with Planetary Deities from Belkash, Purba Bardhaman District

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JOURNAL OF BENGAL ART VOLUME 23

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Vol. 23, 2018: 304 Pages, Plates 278 B/W and Colour 78; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 45.

 

Sarita Khettry:                            Buddhism in Early Pundravardhana.

Noman Nasir:                             Iliyas Shah’s Expedition on Tirhut: Numismatic Evidences.

Joachim K. Bautze :                   The Calcutta Cyclone of 1864: The Pictorial Evidence .

Madhuparna Roychowdhury:     Making Archaeological Site Museums in Early Twentieth Century  India: glimpses form Sarnath and                                                                     Khajuraho.

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