If there is one subject that has failed to come under a serious preview of Indian art, it is erotica. Grossly under-represented and misused - as a source of titillation by some, as a marketing principle by others -erotica has finally found the focus it deserves with this book. From the earliest of terracotta images of the mother goddess to Tantric diagrams, from celluloid depictions to palm leaf paintings, from modern art andadvertising grafiti to the fine details of miniature paintings, this book covers ground that others have not ventured into. Finding a striking continuity in...Roli
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