In the Eyes of a Rasika: A Connoisseur's Views on Art, and Politics, Art, and Science
Opens Up Views An Art And Its Relationship With Politics And Science-Deals With The Science Of Aesthetics With Special Emphazises On Rasa-The Brilliant System Contributed By India To The World. Explores Art And Politics In A Universal Context.
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