God & King, the Devarāja Cult in South Asian Art and Architecture: proceedings of the Seminar, 2001
Published for National Museum Institute by Regency Publications, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 154 pages
Contributed papers presented in the Seminar; held to commemorate the memory of Grace Morley, the first director of National Museum, India. With reference to South and South East Asia.
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