Journal of Bengal Art: Volume 19: 2014

By: Enamul Haque (ed.)

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Contents: 1. The origins of buddhism in Bangladesh: between history, myth and historical inventions/Paola G. Tinti. 2. Pala influence in Mainamati of Bangladesh/Gouriswar Bhattacharya. 3. Unpublished Gupta Gold Coins in the Bangladesh National Museum/Shariful Islam. 4. Cowries in Eastern India: understanding their role as ritual objects and money/Susmita Basu Majumdar and Sarmishtha Chatterjee. 5. Repercussions of a great heritage: Pala-style features preserved in a mural painting in Alchi, Ladakh/Bernadette Broeskamp. 6. Some observations on the Pascimabhaga copper plate inscriptions of Sricandra/Birendra Nath Prasad. 7. A Saiva complex of Bengal: sectarian affiliations and some icons/Ranjusri Ghosh. 8. Kushana coins from Bangladesh: a preliminary study/Bulbul Ahmed and Mohammad Abu Al Hasan. 9. Unpublished coin hoard of the Bengal Sultans preserved in the Balurghat College Museum, Balurghat, West Bengal/Sutapa Sinha. 10. Patronage and Buddhist architecture in the early historical period/Sudipa Ray Bandyopadhyay. 11. Navagraha images from Bengal: a comparative study with their Orissan counterparts/Bijoy Kumar Sarkar. 12. Buddhist images of the feminine/Andrea Loseries. 13. The land/village boundary marks and the environmental conditions in early medieval Bengal: gleanings from inscriptions (c. C. E. Sixth-thirteenth centuries)/Krishnendu Ray. 14. Glimpses of conservation of some Islamic monuments in West Bengal/Bimal Bandyapadhyay. 15. In search of a legitimate identithy: the enigma of Ichai Ghosher Deul/Sharmila Saha. 16. Depiction of Ramkatha in West-Bengal Terracotta temples/Shreela Basu. 17. Reflections on some rare Islamic inscriptions of Bengal/Yusuf Siddiq. 18. Bricks of early historic Bangladesh: review of excavated data/Nasir Uddin Mobin. 19. Adina Mosque at Hazrat Pandua: The only standard type of congregational mosques in Sultanate Bengal/Khandkar Alamgir. 20. Fetility Goddesses in the Tel Valley Orissa: an archaeological encounter/Baba Mishra. 21. Fresh light on repousse technique of coins: a commercial chain from Chhattisgarh to Bengal/Vishi Upadhyay. 22. The Bhairavi ‘Temple’ at Bindol and the Husain Shahi ‘Mosque’ at Kulut, two enigmatic structures of Sultanate Bengal/Indrajit Chaudhuri.

Title: Journal of Bengal Art: Volume 19: 2014

Author Name: Enamul Haque (ed.)

Categories: India, Art & Art History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Dhaka, Bangladesh, The International Centre for Study of Bengal Art: 2015

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: New

Size: 22 Cms x 28 Cms

Seller ID: 040229

Keywords: Journal of Bengal Art: Volume 19: 2014