The Ananda-Vana of Indian Art: Dr. Anand Krishna Felicitation Volume
Prof. Dr. Anand Krishna needs no introduction to the world ofIndian Art and Culture. With his experience of study, research andpublication in this field, on his father Rai Krishnadasa s richfoundation, his creativity goes back to 1944; his tradition continueseven to the next generation.This unique volume is a compilation of articles contributed byhis colleagues, friends and students all Indian art specialists fromthe whole world. Covering almost 2,000 years, this book embracesalmost every facet of the Indian arts, such as architecture, sculpture,textiles, decorative arts, folk and modern art, sociology and culture.Enriched with over 400 spectacular colour and b&w relevantillustrations, this unprecedented scholarly book will be a source ofinformation for the academics as well as of great interest to everyperson fascinated with Indian art.
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