Beyond the Word: The Multiple Gestures of Tradition
The essays in this anthology seek to look at the multiple gestures of tradition in relation to our own times and in som doing they have a relevance for the continuing debate on modern and post modern era.
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Changing Aesthetics in Contemporary Visual Art
Tribal Art of Orissa
Art and the Primacy of the Person
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aesthetic ancient anguish artist assertion basic beauty become Bonga Brahma Vaivarta Purana celebration century colour complex created creative criticism crops dance dark death destiny Dhartani Dongria dream earth Eliot emphasised erotic eternal experience face feeling festival flowers forms Gadaba gesture goddess gods Hindu human images India Indian culture Indian literature Indian Poetry individual invocation Jagannath Khajuraho knowledge Konarak Kondhs language living look Mahabharata meaning merely Meriah metaphysics mind Mircea Eliade mode modern Mundas myths and archetypes nature objects Octavio Paz oral cultures oral poetry oral tradition Oraon Orissa Oriya painting Paraja patterns perhaps philosophy poem poet poetry primitive Purana Puri realisation reality relevance religious ritual Ritual to Romance roots sacred sacrifice Santal Santali Language Saora Sarabu sculptures sense social society songs soul spirit structure symbolic temple Third World tion translation tribal tribes ultimate universal village vision Western words worship