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1 Priyabala Shah
Art of Dancing: Classical and Folk
Parimal Publications; Delhi, India; 2005; 8171102697 / 9788171102693; Hardcover; New; New; 
Dance is defined as the rhythmic physical movement prompted by feelings and emotions. The rhythmie movement may be of any or all parts of the body in accordance to some scheme. Every beast and human being dances to express the innermost passions.But dance as an art came into existence with the growth of human society and civilisation. We find a detailed account of this art in several old Sanskrit works- Abhinaya Darpana, Bharata’s Natyashastra, Sangita Ratnakara, Dhananjaya’s Dasharupa etc. All these books give more or less the same account of the origin of Sangita.The dance in India can be classified into three groups: The Tribal, the Folk and the Classical. The Tribal dance is the visible rhythmic formulation or expression of the joys and beliefs of a people once referred to as ‘aborigines’, but are now called Aadivasis meaning ‘original inhabitants’. Almost akin to these dances but less ritualistic in content are the folk dances, which are as varied and as reflective of the day-to-day activities of the mass of the people as their primitive crystallised and transmuted into stylised interpretations of divine activities are the classical dance forms which are practised exclusively by the votary.Printed Pages: 250. 103162

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2 Priyabala Shah
Sari: Traditional Wear of Indian Women
Parimal Publications; Delhi, India; 2002; 9788171102076; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
The climate of a country plays a vital role at least in the nature and mode of wearing costume. But the nature and mode of wearing clothes are governed not only by the climate, but also by the natural resources available in that particular country. The present work is intended to give an account of the Traditional wear of Indian women, Sari as far as possible. But the History of Indian costume is laconic. There are long periods for which next to nothing is known in the realm of costume. The contribution of the costume of the Indus valley civilization is very little, but information is slowly gathered. In the matter of the costume draped, dress was known but the tailored dress is known from the period particularly the Kusanas and the Sakas. These peoples came with a new type of dress. Some elements of which were incorporated in the national costume of some classes and have remained an integral part of Indian dress. Saris are much more practical than we think especially since they can be so easily modified. Draping is an art. Yet now only A Few old women know How To do draping in a traditional is a relative term, a process of assimilation, adaptation and exchange rather than a constant unchanging reference point in the past Modern drape (modern style) is now worn by most Indian women.Printed Pages: 110 with 15 plates. 103179

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3 Priyabala Shah
Temples of Gujarat
Parimal Publications; Delhi, India; 2001; 8171102263 / 9788171102266; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
"A temple is the most natural peace making ground where people of different backgrounds, castes, creeds, opinions and likings can smile together through the love of god." The main purpose to construct a temple was to install an idol of the deity in it and to worship him. The temple is not only an Architecture but it is also a religious institution. In course of time the temple did not remain only as a prayer hall or a religious institution, but it functioned also as social, economic and educational life of the villages and towns. The inscriptional sources throw light on many-sided activities of temples. Temple was a centre of all civic and social life. Gujarat is a state of temples. This Book is dedicated to the study of temples of Gujarat constructed during various phases, viz., Temples of Pre-Calukyan times, Temples of the Calukyan period, Temples built at the end of the Calukyan period. It covers description of all temples that .came into existence during these times. The book makes special reference to Sculpture, Iconography and architectural aspect of temples.Printed Pages: 400. 103186

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4 Priyabala Shah
The Sun Images
Aditya Prakashan; New Delhi, India; 1996; 8186471073 / 9788186471074; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Printed Pages: 160 with 13 plates. 035728

Price: 7.25 USD
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5 Dr Priyabala Shah
Vishnudharmottara-Purana (English Translation), 3 Vols
Chaukhambha Publications; New Delhi, India; 2003; First Edition; Hardcover; New; New; 
Pauranic Legends and myths in First Khanda, A Text on Ancient Indian Arts like Architecture, sculpture, painting, dancing and music in Third Khanda, available in English translation with Introduction.Printed Pages: 579. 100591

Price: 33.00 USD
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