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Navjot Kour
Aijazuddin, F.S. Pahari Paintings and Sikh Portraits in the Lahore Museum. Karachi and Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1977. Archer, W G.  Kangra Paintings: The Faber Gallery of Oriental Art. Faber and Faber Limited, 1956. Archer, W G. Indian Paintings from the Punjab Hills. Vol I and II. Delhi:…
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Navjot Kour
  Introduction   The region of Jammu has a rich historical legacy of temples. With Vaishnavism and Shaivism considered as major religious traditions in the region, these temples play a major role in the social setup of the area, so much so that the city of Jammu is synonymous with the presence of…
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  Q. What was so unique about Radha’s character that made you write, compile and edit a book solely dedicated to her.   A. Well, Radha is an amazing character in the entire mythic treasure of India. You take all the goddesses, semi-goddesses, celestial women, semi-celestial women, Shalabhanjika,…
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  Kanupriya Dhawan: Why did you write on someone like Radha?   H.S. Shivaprakash​: I have been deeply interested in different aspects of the Bhakti tradition, the tradition which was largely ignored by historians and art historians. Hindu nationalists, leftists, the mainstream leftists were not…
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Balasaraswati's Presidential Address at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Tamil lsai Sangam, Madras, December 21, 1975, translated from the Tamil by S. Guhan.
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