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Itanagar , Arunachal Pradesh
Of the many shared histories and cultures of India’s
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Varanasi , Uttar Pradesh
Varanasi has many spiritual connotations, and each of these
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Gwalior , Madhya Pradesh
  This heritage trail will begin from the south-east

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Further Reading: Brocades of Varanasi

Agrawal, Yashodhara. 2003. Silk Brocades. New Delhi: Roli Books.

 

Ali, Abdullah Yusuf. 1900. A Monograph on Silk Fabrics Produced in the Northwestern Provinces and Oudh. Allahabad: N.W. Provinces and Oudh Government Press.

 

Basole, Amit. 2016.  'Spare Change for Spare Time? Homeworking Women in Banaras', in Women Workers in Metro Cities of India, ed. Saraswati Raju. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

Chakraverty, Anjan. 2002. Ali Hasan: The Master Naqshaband of Banaras Brocades. India: Government of India.

 

Chattopadhyay, Kamaladevi. 1995. Handicrafts of India. New Delhi: New Age International Publishers Limited, Wiley Eastern Ltd. & Indian Council for Cultural Relations.

 

Chishti, Rta Kapur. 2013. Saris of India: Tradition and beyond. India: Roli Books.

 

Crill, Rosemary, ed. 2006. Textiles from India: The Global Trade. Kolkata: Seagull.

 

Das, S. 1992. Fabric Art Heritage of India. New Delhi: Abhinav Publications.

 

Devi, Pria. 1982. The Master Weavers. London: Royal College of Art.

 

Dhamija, Jasleen, ed. 1995. ‘The Woven Silks of India’, Marg. 46.3.

 

Dhamija, Jasleen, and Jyotindra Jain, eds. 1989. Handwoven Fabrics of India. Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing.

 

Gillow, John, and Nicholas Barnard. 2008. Indian Textiles. London: Thames & Hudson.

 

Goswamy, B.N. 2002. Indian Costumes in the Collection of the Calico Museum of Textiles. Ahmedabad: Sarabhai Foundation.  

 

———. 2003. Indian Costumes II: Patkas. Ahmedabad: Sarabhai Foundation.

 

Gupta, Abeer, Suchitra Balasubrahmanyan and Anamika Pathak. 2016. Unbroken Thread: Banarasi Brocade Saris at Home and in the World. New Delhi: National Museum.

 

Jain, Rahul. 1997. Minakar: Spun Gold and Woven Enamel. New Delhi: Textile Art.

 

———. 2008. Mughal Patkas, Ashavali Saris and Indo-Ground Fragments in the Collections of the Calico Museum of Textiles and the Sarabhai Foundation. Ahmedabad: Sarabhai Foundation.

 

———. 2011. Rapture: The Art of Indian Textiles. New Delhi: Niyogi Books.

 

———. 2013. Woven Textiles: Technical Studies Monograph No.3 (Indian Lampas-Weave Silks). Ahmedabad: Calico Museum and Sarabhai Foundation.

 

———. 2016. Textiles and Costumes at the Jaipur Court. New Delhi: Niyogi Books.

 

Jaitly, Jaya. 2014. Woven Textiles of Varanasi. New Delhi: Niyogi Books.

 

Jayakar, Pupul, ed. 1965. Textiles and Embroideries of India. Bombay: Marg Publications.

 

———. 1967. ‘Naksha Bandhas of Banaras’. Journal of Indian Textile History 7:21–44.

 

Krishna, Rai Anand, and Vijay Krishna. 1966. Banaras Brocades. New Delhi: Crafts Museum.

 

Lari, Tarannum Fatma. 2010. Textiles of Banaras: Yesterday and Today. Varanasi: Indica Books.

 

Lynton, Linda. 1995. The Sari. London: Thames & Hudson.

 

Mohanty, Bijoy Chandra. 1984. Brocaded Fabrics of India. Ahmedabad: Calico Museum of Textiles.

 

Nayak, P., T.K. Rout, and S. Shaikh. 2007. 'Dream of Weaving: Study & Documentation of Banaras Sarees and Brocades'. Textiles Committee Government of India, Mumbai, & Human Welfare Association, Varanasi. Online at http://textilescommittee.nic.in/writereaddata/files/banaras.pdf (viewed on August 8, 2016).

 

Singh, Chandramani. 1979. Textiles and Costumes from the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum, Jaipur. Jaipur: MSMSII Museum Trust.

 

Singh, Martand, ed., Rahul Jain, and Rta Kapur Chishti. 2000. Handcrafted Indian Textiles: Tradition and Beyond. New Delhi: Roli Books.

 

Smart, Vasudeo. 1971. Roopa Samhita: Designs through the Ages. Ahmedabad: Kala-Ravi Trust.