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Publisher:Penguin Books
Published In:2009
ISBN-10:0670082481
ISBN-13:9780670082483
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:1.41 lbs
Pages:pp. xvi + 291 + [iii], [24] Pages of Plates (Mostly Col.), Index, Notes

The Title "Rabindranath Tagore The Singer and his Song 1st Published" is written by Reba Som. This book was published in the year 2009. The ISBN number 0670082481|9780670082483 is assigned to the Hardback version of this title. The book displayed here is a 1st Published edition. This book has total of pp. xvi + 291 + [iii] (Pages). The publisher of this title is Penguin Books. We have about 108788 other great books from this publisher. Rabindranath Tagore The Singer and his Song 1st Published is currently Available with us.

About the Book

We often forget that Gitanjali, the Book of Poems for which Tagore was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913, was actually a collection of songs. In his lifetime, Tagore was most renowned for his songwriting. But today, outside Bengal, his music remains largely unknown and his songs are scarcely understood. Much of what Tagore experienced in life-his frustrations, his grief, his sense of devastation-were expressed in songs. The distinction of Tagore’s musical oeuvre lies in the near-perfect balance that he achieved between the evocative lyrics, the matching melody and the rhythmic structure in which each song is bound. Even his art, which flowered late in his life, was influenced by music. Music, in fact, is the key to understanding Tagore: the man and his greatness. This Biography maps out chronologically the musical journey of the poet with Anecdotes and allusions, and includes translations of some of Tagore’s most evocative songs. It is also illustrated with photographs and paintings that are crucial to the understanding of Tagore as a musician.

About the Author

Reba Som was educated at Presidency College, Calcutta and received the university gold medal for standing first class first both at the graduation and post-graduation examinations. She completed her PhD in History from Calcutta University. Currently Director of ICCR Kolkata's cultural flagship, the Rabindranath Tagore Centre, she has been the recipient of the prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship in 2000. Her publications include Differences within Consensus : The Left-Right Divide in the Congress 1929-39 (Orient Longman, New Delhi, 1995); Subhas Chandra Bose and the Resolution of the Women's Question (Centre for Women's Development Studies, New Delhi, 2002); and Gandhi, Bose, Nehru and the Making of the Modern Indian Mind (Penguin Viking, New Delhi, 2004).

Reba Som is also a trained singer of Rabindrasangeet; her compact disc. Selected Songs of Rabindranath Tagore (III Millenneo, Rome, 2003 and Saregama India, May 2004), includes her English translations and transliterations of Tagore's lyrics. Cover Design : Rupin Suchak

Contents

Preface

1. Introduction
2. Early Beginnings
3. Music in the Family
4. Kadambari Debi : The Poet's Musk
5. The English Interlude
6. Musk; and Feeling
7. Marriage and Death
8. Householder
9. Shelidah
10. Jeevan Devata
11. Three Phases of Musical Journey
12. Gitanjali
13. The Singer and his Song
14. Reaching out to the World
15. Visva Bharati
16. Rabindrasangeet
17. Evening Melody : Victoria Ocampo
18. Fresh Creative Vitality : Art and Dance
19. The End
20. The Genius

Songs

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188. Dr. V.H. Sonawane Professor, Dept. of Archaeology & Ancient History MS University of Baroda Vadodara-390002 Gujarat
189. Dr. V.N. Misra Former Director Deccan College Post Graduate & Research Institute G-2 B-Wing, Ganga Park Mundhvva Road Pune-411036 Maharashtra
190. Dr. V.V. Krishna Sastry Former Director Dept of Archaeology & Museums 2 Prasanth Nagar Saidabad Hyderabad-500 659 Andhra Pradesh
191. Dr. Vasant Shinde Joint Director Deccan College Post Graduate & Research Institute Pune-411006 Maharashtra
192. Dr. Vasudev Badiger Reader, Dept. of Archaeology Kannada University Vidyaranya Hampi-583 276 Bellary District Karnataka
193. Dr. Veena Mushrif Dept. of Archaeology Deccan College Post Graduate & Research Institute
194. Pune-411006 Maharashtra
195. Dr. Venkata Raghotham Professor, Dept. of History Pondicherry University Pomiicherry-605008
196. Dr. Vibha Tripathi Professor, Dep. of Ancient Indian History Culture & Archaeology Banaras Hindu University
197. Dr. Vidula Jayaswal former Professor Dept. of Ancient Indian History & Archaeology Banaras Hindu University Varanasi-221005 Uttar Pradesh
198. Dr. Vijaya Ramaswamy Acharya Professor, Centre for Historical Studies Jawahar Lal Nehru University New Delhi

List of Figures & Plates

I. A Verse in Nauras/Pramila Lochan :
Pl.1. Nauraspur
Pl.2. Sangeet Mahal
Pl.3. Nauraspur festival
Pl.4. Men and women washing clothes
Pl.5. Sapt Khan
Pl.6. Ibrahim Adil Shah II playing a musical instrument (Deccani miniature painting)

II. Quaternary Studies in the Karwar-Gokarn Region, Karnataka State/R. V. Joshi, S. n. Rajaguru and R. S. Pappu
Pl.1.1. Landscape around binge
Pl.1.2. Mouth of the Kali at Kodibag
Pl.1.3. Bouldery—Cobbly gravel bed of the Gangawali at Gundavali
Pl.1.4. Pebbly gravel bed of the Gangawali at Achargade

III. Pulikudi Vanam : A Preliminary Survey of the New Palaeolithic Site From Chengalpet, Tamil Nadu/R. N. Kumaran and P. Aravazhi :
Pl.1. Middle Palaeolithic tools from Pulikudi Vanam, Chengalpet, Tamil Nadu
Pl.2. Upper Palaeolithic tools from Pulikudi Vanam, Chengalpet, Tamil Nadu
Pl.3. Upper Palaeolithic tools from Pulikudi Vanam, Chengalpet, Tamil Nadu

IV. Middle Pleistocene Human Baby Skull Within the Ferricrete/P. Rajendran :
Pl.1. Stone Age cultural evidences, Odai in Bommayarpalayam
Pl.2. 3 D scanning done in order to extract all the cranial features of fossil

V. Approach to Arts and Crafts of Indus Civilization/Choodamani Nanda Gopal :
Pl.1. Humpless bull terracotta, Mohenjo-daro
Pl.2. Horse terracotta, Lothal
Pl.3. Mask terracotta, Mohenjo-daro
Pl.4. Jar used for ritualistic purpose, painted in the Indus

VI. Recent Neolithic Finds from Sikkim/Phanikanta Misra
Pl.1. Dr. Mishra showing Neolithic celt to honourable Governor of Sikkim
Pl.2. Neolithic tools from Sikkim
Pl.3. Neolithic celt from east Sikkim
Pl.4. Neolithic tools from north and east Sikkim

VII. A Study of the Chalcolithic in the Mahwa Plateau : A Chronological Reassessment/Shweta Sinha Deshpande and Vasant Shinde :
Pl.1. Major Chalcolithic period sites, Madhya Pradesh
Pl.2. Kayatha ware
Pl.3. Copper celts
Pl. 4. Carnelian and steatite necklace
Pl. 5. Black and red ware Ahar culture
Pl. 6. Animal figurines of the Ahar face, Kayatha
Pl. 7. Malwa ware
Pl. 8. Storage jar, Navdatoli
Pl.9. Chronology of cultures in Chalcolithic, Madhya Pradesh

VIII. Iron Age Stone Circles at Jewargi on the River Bhima, North Karnataka/K. Raddayya :
Pl.1. Meadows Taylor's map of stone circles at Jewargi (after Taylor 1941)
Pl.2. Meadows Taylor's sketch of the surface of some of the stone circles at Jewargi, with single or double line of boulders (after Taylor 1941)
Pl.3. Meadows Taylor's sketch of the stratigraphy exposed in one of the stone circles at Jewargi (after Taylor 1941)
Pl.4. A portion of the Iron Age stone circles locality at Jewargi used for soil quarrying
Pl 5. A portion of the Iron Age stone circles locality at Jewargi

IX. Pre and Proto-Historic Sites/Remains in Coastal Karnataka : Further Discoveries/P. N. Narasimhamurthy :
Pl.1. Burial chamber found while cutting the laterite bricks
Pl.2. A rectangular burial chamber with off-sets at the bottom
Pl.3. A rock cut circle at the bottom of the chamber
Pl.4. Pots of the black-and-red ware
Pl.5. Object recovered from the burial chamber
Pl.6. Iron object
Pl.7. Three legged jar
Pl.8. A hemispherical bowl of red ware
Pl.9. Port-hole chambers on the bare granite rocky hill
Pl.10. Close view of port-hole chambers
Pl.11. Neolithic stone axe
Pl.12. Neolithic axe
Pl.13. Neolithic axe with blunt crescentic working edge
Pl.14. Neolithic axes with sharp working edge and pointed butt end
Pl.15. Paje Neolithic grey ware pottery
Pl.16. Paje Neolithic grey ware pottery, Interior

X. The Archaeology of Iron Age Sites of Gujarat, Western India/Ambika Patel :
Pl.1. Red polished ware sprinklers
Pl.2. Roman Amphora from Iron Age sites
Pl.3. Early historic/Iron Age terracotta objects
Pl.4. Early historic stone objects
Pl.5. Shell bangles from early historic context
Pl.6. Early historic inscribed potshreds from Iron Age/Early historic sites
Pl.7. Varieties of Iron objects from Iron Age sites of Gujarat :
(i) Ploughshare (Dhatva)
(ii) Drill
(iii) Rivet
(iv) Iron sheet
(v) Trowel
(vi) Broken Scissor
(vii) Hinge
(viii) Hook (Devnimori)

Pl.8. Iron Age sickles :
(i) From Devnimori
(ii) From Shamalaji
(iii) From Nagara
(iv) From Devnimori

XI. Vidarbha Megaliths : Historiography and Recent Exploration in Bhandara and Chandrapur Districts, Maharashtra/P. S. Joshi and Veena Mushrif :
Pl.1. Gangala-Toli
Pl.2. Borgaon
Pl.3. Minthur : Vaghoba

XII. Rock Art of India : Some Key Issues/V. Selvakumar
Pl.1. Rock painting at Kovilamparai in the Cundar basin depicting honey gathering scene by the Paliyans
Pl.2. Paliyan climbing a creeper ladder for gathering honey

XIII. Rock Art Research in Chitradnrga District, Karnataka/Lixman Telagavi :
Pl.1. Bull, Chitradurga Vicinity
Pl.2. Mandala design (Chitradurga Vicinity)
Pl.3. Hamped Bull (Eddalubande-Belagatta)
Pl.4. Horse riders and animals (Eddalubande-Belagatta)
Pl.5. Horse rider (Soldier?)
Pl.6. Cup marks/cupule marks (Chitradurga Fort)

XIV. Rock Paintings of Gennya Pahar, District Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh/D. P. Tewari :
Pl.1. General view of Rock shelters
Pl.2. Rock paintings
Pl.3. Group dancing scene
Pl.4. Animals, animal riders, weapons and human figures
Pl.5. Sex scene, chakra, pancharatna, bird and fort
Pl.6. Stone tools
Pl.7. Animal and human bones

XV. Cultiiral Heritage of Ladakh: Petroglyphs of Ladakh/Meenakshi Pathak :
Pl.1. Superimposed work
Pl.2. Petroglyphs of Sun in the site at Skatna
Pl.3. Depiction of Spiral at Tangste

XVI. Ethno-Archaeological Perspective of Rock Art in Jharkhand/Somnath Chakraverty :
Pl.1. Large carved figure on bedrock
Pl.1a. Largest and most prominent anthropomorphic figure
Pl.2. Recently discovered petroglyphs from Dharagiri forest area near Ghatsila
Pl.3. Geometric patterns in Rock Art
Pl.4. Rock Art in Sector B
Pl.5. Rock Art in Sector C
Pl.6. Rock Art in Sector C
Pl.7. Panel of Rock Art
Pl.8. Isco : Panel of Rock Art in Sector E
Pl.9. Isco : Panel of Rock Art in Sector F
Pl. 10. Isco : A catalogue of non-figurative motif sin Rock Art
Pl 11. Panel of Rock Art
Pl.12. Rock Art in Sector B
Pl.13. Anthropomorph arranged in lying posture

XVII. Palaeolithic Art in China/Robert G. Bednarik :
Pl.1a-c. Three views of the Palaeolithic antler fragment from Longgu Cave, north-west Mountain, near Xinglong, Hebei Province, over 13,000 years old (scale in cm)

XVIII. Trade Centres and Sub-Trade Centres : Hierarchy of the Early Historic Vidarbha Sites in Context of Ancient Trade Route with Special Reference to Bramhapuri/Reshma Sawant and S. r. Walimbe
Pl.1. Punch-marked coins of Dakshina Kosala from Kahali-Bramhapuri
Pl.2. Pottery similar to Gangetic Plain Pottery from Kahali-Bramhapuri
Pl.3. Conch Shell (turbinell pyrum) beads from Kahali-Bramhapuri
Pl.4. Obsidian(?) Glass Ear Stud from Kahali-Bramhapuri
Pl.5. Head Scratcher from Kahali-Bramhapuri with incised Brahmi 'ma'
Pl.6. Ring well from Kahali-Bramhapuri

XIV. Early Historic Chank Shell (Turbinella Pyntm) Utilisation in the Western Deccati/Arati Deshpande Mukherjee :
Pl.1. Turbinella pyrum shell
Pl.2. Turbinella pyrum shells debitage from Nevasa

XV. Tsunami—2004 and Off Shore Explorations, Mamallapuram/T. Satyamurthy :
Pl.1. General view, Shore Temple, Mamallapuram
Pl.2. Structure unearthed during Tsunami 2004

XVI. Ancient Quarry Site Discovered Near Pattadakal, District Bagalkot, Karnataka/S. V. Venkateshaiah, M. V. Visweswara and J. Varaprasada Rao :
Pl.1. Quarry Site, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl.2. Quarry Site, Shankarlingana Gunda, Pattadakal
Pl.3. Wedge marks on stone blocks, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal Pl.4. Ancient iron chisel and hammer
Pl.5. Ancient wedge marks, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl.6. Inscription and engravings, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl.7. Inscription, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl. 8. Inscription, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl.9. Label inscription, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl.10. Label inscription, Shankarlingana Gunda
Pl.11. Attendance marks of quarry men, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal Pl.12. Ganesha. camel and other auspicious symbol, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl.13. Eight handed mahishasuramardini, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl.14. Elephants attacked by Lions
Pl.15. Pillar motifs and mandala, Motara Maradi, Pattadakal
Pl.16. Mandala, purna ghat and pillar motifs

XVII. Mallapadi Excavations : 1978/P. Shanmugam :
Pl.1. Rock painting, Mallapadi
Pl.2. Trenches, Mallapadi
Pl.3. Upper Palaeolithic tools, Mallapadi
Pl.4. Neolithic celts, Mallapadi

XVIII. Sirpur Lxcuvation : 2003-2004/A. K. Sharma :
Pl.1. Siva temple with star shaped garbhagriha
Pl.2. Residence of Mahasiva Gupta, Balarjuna
Pl.3 Pancayatana temple, after conservation

XIX. Recent Underwater Exploration in Bay of Bengal/Alok Tripathi :
Pl.1. Aerial view, submerged rocks off Mahabalipuram
Pl.2. Aerial view, coastline change near Shore temple, Mahabalipuram
Pl.3. Sonogram, submerged features off Mahabalipuram
Pl.4. Underwater exploration near Shore temple, Mahabalipuram

XX. Coastal Structural Remains on the East Coast of India : Evidence of Maritime Activities and Their Significance/Sila Tripati :
Pl.1. Wharf of Poompuhar, Tamil Nadu (after : Rao 1987)
Pl.2. Warehouse of Arikamedu, Tamil Nadu (after : Wheeler et. al. 1946)
Pl.3. Monolithic Stone pillar lighthouse on the hilltop of Chilika, Orissa (Photo : Sila Tripati)
Pl.4. Olakkaneswar temple lighthouse of Mahabalipuram, Tamil Nadu (after: Ramaswami
1980)

XXI. Archaeological Research and Children: An Example from Tamil Nadu/Shanti Pappu :
Pl.1. Diorama on the Mesolithic at the Sharma Children's Museum
Pl.2. A model of an excavation in progress
Pl.3. Art competition on pre-historic life ways
Pl.4. General view of ongoing excavations at Attirampakkam
Pl.5. Children observe the excavations at Attirampakkam
Pl.6. Village children observe and draw stone tools on the surface of the site of Attirampakkam
Pl.7. Children take part in a mock excavation

XXII. Conservation of Sri Basaveshvara Temple at Kalakeri, District Haveri/B. Namsitnhniah :
Pl.1. Sri Basaveshvara Temple at Kalakeri, during exposing the karna portion of hara
Pl.2. Sri Basaveshvara Temple at Kalakeri, during exposing shikhara
Pl.3. Sri Basaveshvara Temple at Kalakeri, before conservation and restoration
Pl.4. Sri Basaveshvara Temple at Kalakeri, after conservation and restoration

XXIII. Some Aspects of Conservation with Respect to Archaeological Antiquities/G. L. Badam and Tapash Kumar Basak :
Pl.1a. A disfigured deity from Jethani Mandir, Tala Distt, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, before chemical conservation
Pl.1b. A disfigured deity from Jethani Mandir, Tala Distt., Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, after chemical conservation
Pl.1c. Bhoram Deo Mandir, Distt. Kabir Dham, Kawardha, Chhattisgarh, during chemical conservation
Pl.1d. Bhoram Deo Mandir, Distt. Kabir Dham [Kawardha], Chhattisgarh, after chemical conservation
Pl.2a. From ICC1 Newsletter, INTACH No. 35 January, 2004, p. 10. A bronze statuette, before conservation
Pl.2b. From ICCI Newsletter, INTACH No 35 January, 2004, p. 10. The same statuette, after conservation at Bhubaneswar centre
Pl.2c. From recent discoveries and conservation of monuments [1998-2000] A. S. L, Agra,
p. 14. Main gate of Taj Mahal, before conservation
Pl.2d. From Recent discoveries and conservation of monuments [1998-2000] A. S. L, Agra,
p.14. Main gate of Taj Mahal, after conservation

XXIV. Conservation of the Panchakuta Basadi at Kambadahalli District Mandya, Karnataka/S. V. P. Halakatti and C. B. Patil :
Pl IA. Adinatha Basadi : before conservation
Pl Ib. Adinatha Basadi : after conservation
Pl IIA. Shantinatha Basadi: before conservation
Pl. IIB. Shantinatha Basadi : after conservation
Pl. IIIA. Neminatha Basadi : before conservation
Pl. IIIB. Neminatha Basadi : after conservation
Pl. IV. General view, Panchakuta Basadi : after conservation

XXV. Sri Vijaya Jinalaya of Manne/H. S. Gopala Rao :
Pl.1. Sri Vijaya Jinalaya-from the top of the opposite house (as in the year 1971)
Pl.2. Head portion of Tirthankara found recently

XXVI. The Sun Temple, Konark : Original Ground Level Still Lies Buried Under Sand/L. S. Rao :
Pl.1. Close view of eastern section near south gateway (courtesy A. S. I.)
Pl.2. Close view of newly exposed inside stone paved floor and Kakshasana of the south gateway (courtesy A. S. I.)
Pl.3. Close view of stone paved floor with five mouldings of Pabhaga and drain out-let in the enclosure wall (courtesy A. S. I.)
Pl.4. Close view of newly exposed neatly dressed stone courses near the southern staircase of Jagamohana (courtesy A. S. I.)
Pl.5. Close view of the trench laid near northern staircase of Jagamohana (courtesy A. S. I.)

XXVII. Mandapas as Gleaned from Belur Inscription : A Case Study/H. S. Usha RaniSMsliaRani
Pl 1. Belur Chenna Keshav Uyyale mandapa
Pl.2. Relur Chenna Keshava temple, front view
Pl.3. Belur Vishnutirtha

XXVIII. Jaina Monuments In and Around Hampi/K. M. Suresh :
Pl.1. Kunthunatha Jinalaya
Pl.2. Parsvanatha Jinalaya
Pl.3. Jaina Temple near Somavarada Bagilu at Hampi
Pl.4. Mahavira Jinalaya at Anegondi

XXIX. Forts in Goa; Re-Visited/S. K. Joshi :
Pl.1. Aguada : Upper Fort
Pl.2. Aguada : Upper Fort with light house
Pl.3. Cabo-da-rama : southern most Fort commanding the view of Arabian Sea

XXX. Recent Archaeological Investigations at Taj Mahal/Arakhit Pradhan, D. Dayalan, S. K. Sharma, R. K. Singh and Atul Bharava :
Pl.1. Well foundations exposed adjoining to the riverside wall of Taj
Pl.2. Foundations on riverside of Taj Mahal
Pl.3. Close up of the excavated trench at Gaushala showing layers below the dasa stone of southern side verandah
Pl.4. The area to the east of Mehman Khana, before excavation
Pl.5. The excavated trench to the east of Mehman Khana with brick on edge pathway
Pl.6. Circular pits at the corner connected by a shallow channel running, glass house complex
Pl.7. Close view of a circular pit at the corner of a cell, glass house complex
Pl.8. Row of circular pits connected by a shallow channel discovered on the periphery of southern verandah of glass house complex
Pl.9. Brick on edge flooring discovered on the northern verandah of glass house complex
Pl.10. Mason marks (A : Swastik, B : Unending rope, C : Star, D : Quadrople loops, E: Tree! within fence, and F: Twin triangles in one line)
Pl.11. A : Mason name suffixed with star; B : Mason mark suffixed with axe symbol; C: Mason name "Madran" in nagari character; D : Mason suffixed with star symbol; and E : Persian inscription
Pl.12. Brick on edge pathway discovered to the east of Gaushala courtyard
Pl.13. Close view of the brick on edge pathway

XXXI. Identification of Pratimagruha at Vijayanagara/T. M. Kecshava :
Pl.1a. General view, Megalithic vestiges at Kumati village, District Bellary, Karnataka, Humanoid Menhirs
Pl.1b. Close view, Megalithic vestiges at Kumati village, District Bellary, Karnataka, eastern Menhir
Pl. 1c. Close view, Megalithic vestiges at Kumati village, District Bellary, Karnataka, western Menhir
Pl.1d. Megalithic vestiges at Kumati village, District Bellary, Karnataka, a Dolmen
Pl.2a. Wailing women of Sri Satakarni, Chaya phalaka, Katalehola, Sannati, Dist. Gulbarga
Pl.2b. Structure for obsequies at Pratimagruha to the north-west of octagonal bath (after excavation and preservation)
Pl.3a. Octagonal sub-terranean bath with a central octagonal platform for rituals
Pl.3b. Stucco gallery of royalty to the north-east, Pratimagruha
Pl.4a. Location and find spot of Stucco figures at the time of excavation
Pl.4b. Mutilated bust of female royal figures, Pratimagruha
Pl.5. Pratimagruha and associated structures, north of octagonal bath, citadel, Kamalapur
Pl.6a. Kirtimukha heads of the torana of Pratima kudu (niche)
Pl.6b. Mutilated female royal figures of Pratima kudu
Pl.6c. Heads of female royal figures of Pratima gallery
Pl.7a. Stucco figures retrieved at Pratimagruha, Stucco head of Krishnadevaraya
Pl.7b. Stucco figures retrieved at Pratimagruha, a Queen
Pl.7c. Stucco figures retrieved at Pratimagruha, Prince Tirumalaraya(?)
Pl.8. Evidences of painting and re-plastering indicating annual maintenance

XXXII. Depiction of Scenes of Inebriation or Madhupana in the Early Historic Art with Special Reference to Terracotta : A Study in Transition of a Motif/C. Margabandhu :
Pl.1. Bacchanalian scene, red sandstone from Palikhera, Mathura Museum
Pl.2. Close view, Bacchanalian scene, red sandstone from Palikhera, Mathura Museum
Pl.3. Bacchanalian scene, red sandstone, Maholi, Mathura Museum
Pl.4. Madhupana scene, red sandstone, Sarguja, Indian Museum, Kolkata
Pl.5. Amin, Kurukshetra mithuna in Madhupana
Pl.6. Man and woman inebriated terracotta, Kausambi, Allahabad Museum
Pl.7. Man and woman inebriated terracotta, Kausambi, Allahabad Museum
Pl.8. Man lifting up inebriated woman terracotta, Kausambi, Allahabad Museum
Pl. 9. Plaque, man carrying woman terracotta, Ahichchhatra, Allahabad Museum

XXXIII. Re-Identification and Study of a Unique Figure of the Buddha from Kanheri/Suraj A. Pandit
Pl.1. Bhaishajyaguru attended by two Bodhisattvas, Kanheri, Cave 41

XXXIV. Siva-Mahanata : A Reappraisal/Karuna Vijayendra :
Fig. 1. Mahanata (within circle)
Fig. 1a. Mahanata
Fig. 2a. Mahanata with Hamsasya hasta in right hand and Katynvalambitn in left hand
Fig. 3a. Mahanata with Mayura hasta and Lata hasta
Fig. 3b. Mahanata with kartari/simhamukha hasta and chinmudra/hamsasya hasta
Fig. 4. Mahanata with Parasu and Lata hasta
Fig. 5. Mahanata with Damani and Katyavalambita hasta and Lata hasta
Fig. 6. Mahanata in Sarpita Karana with serpent
Fig. 7. Badami Mahanata
Fig. 8. Badami Mahanata with Damarn and Trisula
Fig. 9. Badami Mahanata with Akasamala and Ekatanti veena
Fig. 10. Badami Mahanata with Ankusa and Pasa
Fig. 11. Apaviddhakarana
Fig. 12. Nikuttakamkarana
Fig. 13. Mattallikarana
Fig. 14. Ardhamattallikarana
Fig. 15. Recita Nikkuttakam
Fig. 16. Valitam
Fig. 17. Bhujangatrasta Recitam
Fig. 18. Akshipatam
Fig. 19ab. Sarpitam
Pl.1. Nataraja (Bronze), south India medieval period, Chola Dynasty, 11th century CE
Pl.2a. Ravalaphadi Cave
Pl.2b. Front view, Ravalaphadi Cave
Pl.3a. Ravalaphadi Mahanata with Saptamatrikas
Pl.3b. Saptamatrikas
Pl.4. Ravalaphadi Mahanata
Pl.5. Badami Mahanata
Pl.6. Ganapati with Karihastakarana
Pl.7. Percussion Instrument Urdhavaka and percussion artiste

XXXV. Sun Images from Haryana/Devendra Handa :
Pl.1. Surya (?) from Kapalamochana
Pl.2. Sun image Studded in a wall near Bhairava temple at Pehowa
Pl.3. Surya image fixed in the wall of Sitala Mata Temple at Rohtak
Pl.4. Sun image, Dhurand Khera
Pl.5. Surya, Gujjar Kheri
Pl.6. Surya, Khokhrakot (Rohtak)
Pl.7. Bust of Surya in a sukanasika, Pinjore
Pl.8. Sun image fixed in the wall of a baoli, Pinjore
Pl.9. Surya from Agroha, Chandigarh Museum
Pl.10. Surya, Beri
Pl.11. Surya, Badali
Pl.12. Surya, Badali
Pl.13. Surya, Badali
Pl.14. Surya, Jind
Pl.15. Surya in an architectural piece, Jhajjar Museum
Pl.16. Surya terracotta from Naurangabad-Bamla

XXXVI. Iconographic Representation of Zodiac Signs in Karnataka/Jagadish :
Pl.1. Badami Suryakirana pillar
Pl.2. Surapita plan, Mumbai
Pl.3. Malavalli Suryakirana pillar
Pl.4. Mosaic Suryakirana pillar
Pl.5. Surapita west elevation, Mumbai

XXXVII. A Unique Krishna Pradhana Dashavatara Image from Sagtala, Gujarat/V. H. Sonaivanc
Pl.1. Krishna Pradhana Dashavatara image, Sagtala

XXXVIII. Dvadasavatara Panels front Patesvara/Usha Bhende :
Pl.1. Matsya, Kurma, Varaha
Pl.2. Narasimha, Vamana, Kodandarama
Pl.3. Parasurama, Balarama, Buddha
Pl.4. Mahavira, Krishna, Kalki

XXXIX. Feminine Beauty in Divine Figures in Indian Art/Haripripa Rangarajan :
Pl.1. Mother and Child
Pl.2. Vasundhara
Pl.3. Vagdevi
Pl.4. Sarasvati
Pl.5. Tara

XL. South India Waking Up: Dissemination of Bengal School Revivalism in South/Ratan Parimoo
Pl.1. K. Venkatappa, Rama sends his signet ring to his wife Sita by the messenger monkey Hanuman, 1913, printed on Japanese vellum, number 75 of 75 copies, from A. N. K. Coomaraswamy and M. Noble, Myths of Hindus and Buddhists, London, George Harrap, 1913, pi. VI, opp. p. 64. Photo : by courtesy of the Trustees of the British Library, London
Pl.2. K. Venkatappa, Mad after veena, c. 1925, courtesy: Sri Jayachamarajedra Art Gallery,
Mysore
Pl.3. K. Venkatappa, parting of Shakuntala, plaster, c. 1928, Govt. Museum, Bangalore
Pl.4. Uma Mahesh, courtesy: Promod Kumar Chatterjee, c. 1932
Pl.5. Milkmaids, Late Damerla Ramarao, during tour of Saurashtra (Gujarat), c. 1924
Pl.6. Women fetching water (drawing for a large painting), Damerla Ramarao, c. 1924
Pl.7. Noolu thiyuta, Butchi Krishnamma, c. 1930 (from the family of Damerla Ramarao)
Pl. 8. Traveller, D. P. Roy Choudhary, c. 1925
Pl.9. Sir C. R. Reddi (Bronze), Portrait by: D. P. Roy Choudhary, c. 1935
Pl.10. The Travancore Temple entry proclamation (Details of Plaque), Long relief by : D. P. Roy Choudhary, c. 1940

XLI. 'Devoured by Wild Animals' Jewish Iconography of the Serpent
Norman Simms :
Pl.1. Moses rod changes into a dragon and threatens Pharaoh, Isfahan, 18th century
Pl.2. Carpet : Scene from the life of Moses, Teheran, 1877

XLII. Goa : Cultural Extension of Karnataka/M. Nambirajan :
Pl.1. Engravings, Kazur
Pl.2. Goa fluted core
Pl.3. Goa Neoliths
Pl.4. Lion Sculpture, Shigao
Pl.5. Points, Middle Palaeolithic
Pl.6. Rock cut Caves, Arvalem
Pl.7. Stone Circle, Fatorpa

XLIII. Dholka Step-Well Inscription/K. M. Bhadri :
Pl.1. Step-well Inscription, Dholka (Gujarat)

XLIII. Six Newly Discovered Sati Inscriptions from Gurji : Fresh Light on the History of the Kalacluiris of Tripuri/R. K. Sharma and M. M. Upadhyaya
Pl.1. Gurji stone inscription of Salaksanadeva, Sam, 1398
Pl.2. Gurji Sati stone inscription of Sam, 1399
Pl.3. Gurji Sati stone inscription of Ajitamalladeva, Sam, 1400
Pl.4. Gurji Sati stone inscription of Mahadevi
Pl.5. Gurji Sati stone inscription of Sam, 1861

XLIV. Three Bilingual Inscriptions of Keladi Chiefs from Uttar Pradesh/M. Ilyas Quddusi
Pl.1, 2, 3. Three inscriptions of Keladi chiefs from Kapiladhara, Dist. Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

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