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Unpublished Gupta Gold Coins in the Bangladesh National Museum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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Journal of Bengal Art Volume 18

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Vol. 18, 2013: 311 Pages, Plates 156 B/W and Colour 30; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 50.

 

Syed Ejaz Hussain

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Discovery of Husain Shah’s New Inscription And Ruins of A Jami Mosque from Husainabad in Ballia District of Uttar Pradesh and Diffusion of The Bengal Art

Heinrich Poell

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The Buddhist Monasteries at Sirpur: The Southernmost Outpost of Eastern Indian Buddhist Art?

Sudipa Ray Bandyopadhyay

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Some Imprecatory Scenes in Early Medieval Inscriptions of Eastern India

Mohammad Rezaul Karim

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Sultan Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah of Bengal and the Date of His Rebellion: A Numismatic Study

 

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Journal of Bengal Art Volume 17

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Vol. 17, 2012: 311 Pages, Plates 156 B/W and Colour 30; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 50.

 

Susan L. Huntington

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Bengal’s Artistic Legacy at Home and Abroad: Atisa and Other Connections with Tibet

Ranjusri Ghosh

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Towards Understanding the Buddhist Environment in Two Brāhmañical Settlement Zones from Some Unpublished Buddhist Antiquities of Erstwhile West Dinajpur, West Bengal

Ayesha Begum

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Residential Madrasa-Cum Mosques in Mughal Dhaka and their Characteristic Features

Ellen M. Raven

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From Candragupta II to Kumāragupta I: Styles in the Patterning of Gupta Coin Designs

 

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