SBAS NO. 12. Paharpur Alias Somapur Mahavihara – A World Heritage Site:

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SBAS NO. 12. Paharpur Alias Somapur Mahavihara – A World Heritage Site. Tk. 5000/US $ 100.

Paharpur or Somapur Mahavihara is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most prominent archaeological site in Bangladesh. This is the largest Mahavihara in South Asia. International Center for Study of Bengal Art (ICSBA) has taken the initiatives 

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SBAS NO. 11. Terradcotta of Bengal: An Analytical Study

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SBAS NO. 11. Terradcotta of Bengal: An Analytical Study, Zulekah Haque, 2014; Size: 11.5" x 9" pp. 344; plates 276, Map; Bibliography; Index; ISBN 978-984-33-6578-1; Tk. 4000/US $ 60.

 

This book on the Terracottas of Bengal, covers the discussion on terracotta plaques found in the archaeological sites and monuments in the Bengali speaking area of the Indian sub-continent. The area politically divided between India and 

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SBAS NO. 10. Historical and Cultural Aspects of the Islamic Inscriptions of Bengal: A Reflection on Some New Epigraphic Discoveries

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SBAS NO. 10. Historical and Cultural Aspects of the Islamic Inscriptions of Bengal: A Reflection on Some New Epigraphic Discoveries, Mohammad Yusuf Siddiq, 2009; Size: 11.5" x 9" pp. 310; plates 194, Map 4; Bibliography; Index; ISBN 978-984-33-0344-8; Tk. 2000/US $ 45.

The early history of the consolidation of Islamic civilization in Bengal is somewhat shrouded in mystery. The book seeks to analyze the early diffusion of Islamic culture in Bengal using substantially rich and hitherto untapped Arabic and Persian inscriptions scattered all over the region.

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