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Indian costumes: in the collection of the Calico Museum of Textiles, (18th to mid 20th century mostly from North and Western India), with a supplement on patterns and technical....
Goswamy, B.N. et al.
2010, Hardcover

...notes by tarla p. dundh, 3rd edn. this volume, the fifth in the series of calico museum catalogues which aims at covering the entire collection of the museum, provides an historical outline of indian costumes, and serves as a catalogue of all the stitched garments in this sumptuous collection.
Patuas and Patua art in Bengal, introd. by Jill Parvin
1999, Hardcover
Arts and crafts Jammu and Kashmir: land, people, and culture
Saraf, DN (b.1918)
1987, Hardcover

a comprehensive study providing welth of information and visual documentation on the beautiful part of india comprising jammu, kashmir and ladakh, a state of rich craft and cultural heritage.
Textiles of north-eastern India
2000, Hardcover
Sangrah: ethnic Indian textile designs
Manisha
1999, Paperback
Baster folk art: shrines, figurines and memorials
1999, Hardcover

the present work documents different aspects of the cultural heritage of the district of baster.
Art-manufactures of India
Mukharji, TN
2000, Hardcover

a stimulating and perceptive survey of the indian art-manufacturers ranging from fine arts, decorative arts to pottery, glass leather and textile manufacturers and also traces their history, places of manufacture and prices.
Wood handicraft: a study of its origin and development in Saharanpur
Handa, OC et al.
2000, Hardcover

the book attempts to establish a continuity of the art-movement in the ganga-jamuna doab region.
Encyclopaedia of Indian government: Programmes and policies: a continuing series, 40 Vols., ed. by Satish Tiwari (Set)
2000, Hardcover

vol.1: woman and child development. vol.2: urban development. vol.3: rural development. vol.4: agriculture and food processing. vol.5: education: development and planning. vol.6: transport and communication. vol.7: tourism: development and planning. vol.8: defence: challenges and strategy. vol.9: water and energy resources. vol.10: environment and forests. vol.11: cultural deve ...
Ikat textiles of India
Ghosh, GK et al.
2000, Hardcover

ikat is known as tie and dye textile design.
Jute: handlooms of India, text by L.V. Saptarishi, ed. by Mallika Sarabhai, designed by Jatin Banker
2000, Hardcover

the book traces the history of jute from its earliest use thousands of years ago its current status as a favourite fabric for unmarket home furnishings.
Dhurrie: flatwoven rugs of India, photography by David Desouza
Ahuja, Shyam et al.
1999, Hardcover
Tradition and beyond: handicrafted Indian textiles, ed. by Martand Singh
Chishti, Rta Kapur et al.
2000, Hardcover

the hundred and forty outstanding textiles represented in this book, were selected from fifteen hundred especially commissioned from master weavers and craftsmen all over the country during the same decade.
Feet and footwear in Indian culture
Jain-Neubauer, Jutta (b.1951)
2000, Hardcover

the richness and variety of ancient and traditional footwear are lavishly illustrated, with outstanding examples of the typical toe-knob sandals worn by mendicants and holy men and the beautifully embroidered shoes of the wealthy.
Embroidery: wedding sarees, 2 vols (Set)
Katariya, Narendra (ed.)
2000, Hardcover
Mandana: the folk designs of Rajasthan, designs by V.N. Saxena
Vashishtha, Neelima (b.1941)
2000, Hardcover

the present work is an exhaustive study of the folk designs made on floor and walls by women of rajasthan folk.
Indian embroidery techniques at the Calico Museum of Textiles: a working guide, part B
Morrell, Anne
2000, Hardcover
Indian embroidery, photography by Richard Davis
Crill, Rosemary
1999, Hardcover
Chitra: cities and monuments of eighteenth-century India from French archives
Lafont, Jean-Marie
2001, Paperback

in this book author brings together for the first time a collection of drawings and maps of cities and monuments in eighteenth-century india.
Handcrafted Indian textiles
Chishti, Rta Kapur et al. (ed.)
2000, Hardcover
Medal gallery, Patiala: Maharaja Bhupinder Singh's collection, photographs by Hemant Mehta et al
Bhandari, PPS (ed.)
1999, Hardcover

maharaja bhupinder singh\'s collection of various medals at sheesh mahal museum, patiala.
Furniture from British India and Ceylon: a catalogue of thecollections in the Victoria and Albert museum and Peabody Essex museum, assisted in Salem by Karina Corrigan .........
Jaffer, Amin
2001, Hardcover

...and with a contribution by robin d. jones, photographs by mike kitcatt et al.
Chandraketugarh: a treasure-house of Bengal terracottas
Haque, Enamul
2001, Hardcover
Sunga art: cultural reflections, foreword by M.K. Dhavalikar
Hegde, Rajaram
2002, Hardcover

this work unravels the details of the material culture of 2nd and 1st century b.c. india in different headings like architecture, costume and textile, personal ornaments, coiffure and head gear, vessels and household materials, arms and armour, conveyance, musical instruments, etc.
Wood carvings of Gujarat
Pramar, VS
2001, Hardcover

describes minutely the wood-carvings displayed on the doors, balconies, struts and columns found in thousands of traditional houses in gujarat.
India illustrated: with pen and pencil, revised and enlarged by Edward P. Tawing, New York, 1891
Urwick, William (1826-1905)
2001, Hardcover
Crafts of India and cottage industries
Shankar, Durgesh
2003, Hardcover

the book gives rightful recognition to the craftsmen of india whose achievements are perhaps more representative and symbolic of their nation than those of any other country across the world.
Silk brocades
Agrawal, Yashodhara
2003, Hardcover

the author finds patterns that have persisted through three to four thousand years, textiles imbued with religious symbols, silk-weaving centres which were the incubators of the tradition, and royal workshops that created the finest brocades.
The sari, photographs by Dixie, design by Oroon Das
Banerjee, Mukulika et al.
2003, Hardcover

this book offers intimate insights into the social life of the sari, which becomes a tool for understanding the lives of contemporary indian women.
Buddhist textiles of Laos, Lan Na and the Isan: the iconography of design elements
Bunce, Fredrick W (b.1935)
2004, Hardcover