2 edition of story of Indian art. found in the catalog.
story of Indian art.
S. K. BHATTACHARYA
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(30). The book proceeds in a grand sweep, from the ancient cities story of Indian art.
book the Indus valley, the development of Buddhist art (which by the 12th century had faded away in the land of its birth), the glorious paintings of Ajanta, the luxury of Mughal art and architecture, art of the British Raj, to today's artistic ferment/5(29).
The book is quite disjointed, which appears to be down to the fact that the history of India is not completely linear, and the author tries to throw in a travel guide layer to the book. On the Kindle edition I found the maps to be awful (this is the same with pretty much any embedded map on Kindle) - far too small and unclear.4/4(28).
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