Journal of Bengal Art Volume 16

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Vol. 16, 2011: 311 Pages, Plates 156 B/W and Colour 30; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 50.

 

Heinrich Poell

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The Evolution of the Ashta–Maha– Pratiharya Iconography and its impact on Later Buddhist Art.

Suchandra Ghosh

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Buddhist Votive Tablets across Asia: Case Studies  from Eastern India, Bangladesh,Thailand And Myanmar

AKM Yaqub Ali

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Subject-Wise Classification of the Inscription on the Architectural Edifices of Bengal Sultanate: A Search for the Consistency of the Beginning Portion of the Text with the Main Theme.

Andrea Loseries

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Sacred Sclupture Relics of the Bakreshvar Temple, Birbhum, West Bengal.

 

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Journal of Bengal Art Volume 15

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Vol. 15, 2010: 316 Pages, Plates 166 B/W and Colour 38; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/ US $ 45.

 

Pratip Kumar Mitra

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Rediscovering Gaur: Source Material in the Public Collections of the United Kingdom.

Knoundkar Alamgir

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Some Reflections on present State of Study of Sultanate Architecture in Bangladesh.

 

Noor Bano Sattar

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An Inscribed Image of the Buddhist Deity from West Bengal.

Rituparna Basu

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A study of the Kantha Art of Bengal: Contesting Claims of Tradition and Modernity.

 

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Journal of Bengal Art Volume 13 & 14

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Vols.13 & 14, 2008-2009: 312 Pages, Plates 264 B/W and Colour 11; Size 11" x 9"; Tk. 1500/US $ 45.

 

Gerald Kozicz

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From Mainamati to Nyarma: Remarks on the Development from Cruciform to Oblong-Shaped Temple Layouts

Niaz Zaman

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Presences and Absences: Feminine Representations in the Nakshi Kantha

Adelheid Herrmann-Pfandt

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The Tantric Buddhist Deity I-Trailokyavijaya in Pāla, Shingon#Vajrapān and Tibetan Art and Tantra Systematics

Andrea Loseries

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On the Synchrony of Mundane vs. Transmundane in Tāntrik Iconography: Hari Hari Hari Vāhana

 

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