Title Nature of Indian Aesthetics (With Special Reference to Slipa)
Book Condition New
Jacket Condition New
Edition First Edition
Publisher Delhi, India Chaukhambha Oriental Research Studies/Chaukhambha Publications 1985
Seller ID 100709
Dr. Balram Srivastava (b. 1930), a reputed scholar of Indian Art and Iconography was mostly educated in Banaras Hindu University and obtained Ph. D. degree from the same University in 1964. He was Assistant Curator and subsequently Curator in the Sanskrit University Museum, Varanasi, from 1959-1964. He joined the Deptt. of Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology, Banaras Hindu University in 1964. Under the U. G. C. grants he has thoroughly explored the Orissan art-regions and at the invitation from Nepal he has also explored the Vagamati Valley in Nepal. He was invited with a travel grant by The Australian National University to read a paper on the 'Foundations of Early Mediaeval Art' in the 28th. International Congress of the Orientalists, held at Canberra in 1971. At present, he is working at the Indian Institute of Advanced Study as a Visiting Fellow on the Orissan Art Et Iconography. Besides a score of research papers on the different aspects of art and Indian Culture he has following books to his credit.Printed Pages: 198.
Nature of Indian Aesthetics (With Special Reference to Slipa) Balarama Srivastava