Plural Cultures and Monolithic Structures: Comprehending India

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Primus Books, 2013 - Art - 231 pages
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The essays in this volume raise some pertinent questions with regard to the complex issues that arise when plural cultures meet the monolithic structures of administration and policy that are the inevitable outcomes of the aspirations of the nation state.

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Dr Kapila Vatsyayan is acknowledged for her unstinting dedication to nurturing the arts and creating bridges of communication between the diverse cultural traditions of India. She has carried forward the legacy of the pioneers, principally Kamaladevi Chattopadhyaya, who gave dignity and prestige to the creativity of the traditional arts and crafts. She has taken the concerns of the inclusion of art education to international forums, specially as a member of the UNESCO Executive Board.

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