Journal of Bengal Art 3

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Vol. 3, 1998: 302 Pages, Plates B/W 117 and Colour 11; Size: 11” x 9”; Tk. 750/US $ 35

R. Nagaswamy

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Eastern Indian Contact with Tamilnad

T.S. Maxwell

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The Extent of the Vaikuntha and Visvarupa Cults in the Later Kalacuri and Pala Territories in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries

S.S. Mostafizur Rahman

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Recent Discovery of Northern Black Polished Ware in the Mahasthangarh Region: An Archaeological Perspective

B.N. Mukherjee

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Art in the Gold Coins of Gauda, Vanga and Samatata of the Post-Gupta Age (c. A.D. 570-750)

 
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Journal of Bengal Art Volume 2

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Vol. 2, 1997: 312 Pages, Plates B/W 167; Size: 11"x 9"; Tk. 750/US$ 35

Ahmad Hasan Dani

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Individuality of Bengal Art

B.N. Mukherjee

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The First Common Denominator in Bengal Art the Scope for Further Research in the Art of the Pala Age

Asok Datta

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Art and Archaeology of Natsal 

S.S. Mostafizur Rahman

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The Semi-Precious Stone Beads from Mahasthangarh: A Preliminary Study

 
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Journal of Bengal Art Volume 1

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Vol. 1, 1996: 262 Pages, Plates B/W 135 and Colour 13; Size: 11"x 9"; Tk. 600/US $ 30

Asok Datta                  

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The Art of Pottery Paintings in Bengal during Black and Red Ware (Chalcolithic) Culture

Amita Ray

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Terracottas from Excavations at Mangalkot (Burdwan)

Paola G. Tinti 

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On the Brahmi Inscription of Mahasthan

Enamul Haque

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Chandraketugarh: A Resume of Excavation Reports (1956-67)

 
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