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Journal of Bengal Art: Vol. 25

 
Enamul Haque (Editor)
Synopsis

A K M Yaqub Ali                :               Aesthetic Aspects of Stone-Carving Art of Muslim Architecture of Bengal (13th-16th Century)

Anna A. Ślączka :               Lost and Found? A Note on Two Images of Dancing Śiva from Bangladesh

Chotima Chaturawong   :               Reliefs of Vishnu Anantasayin: Vaishnavism of The Pyu, Mon, and Burmese

Claudine Bautze-Picron:               Unpublished or Little Known Viṣṇu Viśvarūpa Images from Eastern India

Dhriti Ray             :               The Portuguese Legacy Over the Bengali Cultural Heritage

Joachim K. Bautze            :               Fedor Jagor, Traveller, Explorer, Photographer

Gerald Kozicz     :               Considerations About the Meaning of the Stupa on Pāla Stelae

Kumkum Bandyopadhyay            :               Dubba or Bhurha: A Newly Investigated Archaeological Site in South Bihar

Madhuparna Roychowdhury      :               Revisiting Greater India: Archaeology in Myanmar (Burma) in the Early Twentieth Century

Mahua Chakrabarti & Shilpi Maulik           :               Flora and Fauna Motifs in Ancient Sculptural Art of West Bengal: A Brief Survey

Azmaree Afrin & Maliha Nargis Ahmed  :               Reading Late Mediaeval Mosques of Bangladesh: Case Study on Bajrashahi Mosque and Matubi Mosque of  Sonaimuri Upazila, Noakhali District

Sunil Kumar Patnaik        :               Early Buddhist Art of Odisha: A Fresh Appraisal

Sutapa Sinha      :               Ming Blue and White Porcelains from Gaur: Contextual Significance in Medieval Bengal

Ratnabali Ray Sengupta:               Redefining the Images from Rajarajeswari Asram of Muhuripur, Tripura: A Study in Iconography and Style

Samuel Berthet                :               Sailing Across Topology: Vessels of the North-Odisha-Bengal-Arakan Arch

Sanjay Sen Gupta            :               Terracotta Ornamentation on the Religious Architectures of Bengal: Gradual Deconstruction of Cultural Units Through the Expanse of Lokāyata

Shamir Isha         :               The House of the Nawab at 85 Park Street and the Socio-Cultural Contributions of Sir Wasi Ali Mirza

Sharmistha Chatterjee & Tusar Sarkar    :               Vaishnavism in Bishnupur: Materiality and Practices

Sreyashi Ray Chowdhuri               :               : Mirroring Buddha‟s First Bath in the Narrative Art of Sarnath: A Comparative Artistic Analysis with Some Art Centres of North and South India

Subrata Kumar Acharya:               Sarei Plate of Narendrabhañja

Ursula Bickelmann           :               The Wisdom of Drawing: Rabindranath Tagore as Visual Artist

Andrea Loseries                               :               Gaņapati in the Buddhist Art of Tibet and Mongolia

Krishnendu Ray                                :               Designing Artefacts for the Society of Early Bengal (up to 1300 CE)

Mizanur Rahman              :               New Research in Bangladesh Archaeobotany: Potential Issues and Future Scope

V. Ramabrahmam            :               Artisans of Bangladesh: Their Role and Prospects

R. Nagaswamy                  :               Vangam and Tamilnadu

Sourav Sen                         :               Mode of Communication Through the Symbols and Rock Arts During the Early India

Suvasree Chatterjee      :               Water Crafts Plying on the Eastern Sea Board: Through the Numismatic Lenses

Mohammad Yusuf Siddiq             :               Life, Society and Culture of the Muslims of Medieval Bengal: Some Epigraphic Evidences

Susmita Basu Majumdar               :               In and Out of the Interaction Spheres: Exploring Money in the Bay of  Bengal Network

Abhick Sarkar                     :               Revisiting the Repoussé Coins of Chhattisgarh and Bengal

Frederick M. Asher         :               Tamralipta/Tamluk: A Review

Heinrich Poell                    :               The Buddha Life Stelae in the Ananda Temple in Pagan and Their Relation to Pala Art

Ramadevi Sekhar             :               Goddess Kamakshi in Northeast India and Tamil Nadu

Asha Lata Pandey            :               Importance of Rivers in the Rigveda

Md. Abdur Rob                :               Use of Imprecatory Verses Especial References in the Muslim Inscriptions of  Bengal

Naznin Sultana Niti          :               Water and Religion: A South Asian Perspective

Gerd J.R. Mevissen         :               Bengal‟s Contribution to Jaina Sculptural Art: The Introduction of Dikpālas as Subsidiary Figures

Ankan Purkait                    :               Understanding the Socio-Cultural Changes of 18th Century Bengal Through Compan School of Painting from Murshidabad and Calcutta

Shubha Majumder          :               Context of Jainism in Chhotanagpur Plateau (Jharkhand): Study of the Jaina Antiquities from State Museum Hotwar, Ranchi

Sudipa Ray Bandyopadhyay        :               Nartteśvara or Naṭṭeśvara Images of Bengal: An Iconographical Analysis

Mahboob Alam                :               Life and Society of Bengal in Late Eighteen and Early Nineteenth Century under the Gaze of an European Artist

Syed Jamil Ahmed           :               Premodern Female Performers of Bengal: Representations in Collective Memory             and Historiography

Mrinmoyee Ray                                :               Visual Narratives of Monuments as Authorising Discourses: Representation of Early Modern Temples of Bengal Through Photographs

S M Saiful Islam                :               The Passing of Shah Jahan‟ Paintings by Abanindranath Tagore and Abdur Rahman Chughtai: A Historical Study

Muhammed Shohrab Uddin & Sharmin Rezowana           :               Aquatic Species in Terracotta Art of Pre-Medieval Bengal

Thyagarajan Satyamurthy            :               Sakthi Cult in Tamil Nadu: Reflections of Bengal Tradition

Aniruddha Maitra            :               Archaeological Remains from Some Sites of Western Varendra: An Analytical Study

Noorul Islam                      :               Coin of Ibrahim Sharki Sultan of Jounpur, His Army General Khanjahan Settled at Bagerhat, Bangladesh

Priyanku Chakraborty    :               A Hitherto Unpublished Image of Buddhist Mahākāla from Tripura, India

Niaz Zaman                         :               The Sacred and the Secular in the Nakshi Kantha

Aksadul Alam                     :               Aspects of Geographical-Cultural Processes and Making of the „Personality‟ in Early Bengal

Ayesha Begum                  :               Mughal River Forts around Dhaka: An Appraisal

Dipsikha Acharya & Bidhan Halder            :               A Note on a Hitherto Unpublished Votive Tablet from Abhana/Avana in the District of Balasore, Odisha

Nusrat Jahan                      :               Flora and Fauna Depicted on the Selected Terracottas of Chandraketugarh

Md. Nasir Uddin (Mobin)             :               Various Architectural Issues to Understand Early Medieval Buddhist Monuments of Bengal: Study Based on Excavated Monuments of Lalmai-Mainamati Area

Enamul Haque                   :               Some Observations on Hindu Iconography of Bengal

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About the author

Enamul Haque

Professor Enamul Haque had his M.A. in History (Archaeology Group) from Dhaka (1960), Diploma in Museology from London (1964) and Doctorate in South Asian Art from Oxford (1973). For three decades since 1962 he served the Dhaka Museum and rose to be the Founder Director General of the Bangladesh National Museum, developing it to be the largest Museum in the Third World. He was for a year (1990) Secretary-in-charge of the Ministry of Culture of Bangladesh. He also taught Art History, Museology and National Heritage in the universities of Dhaka and Jahangirnagar, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, and the Independent University at Dhaka. An organizer of exceptional ability, he is the Founder Chairman (since 1995) and Academic Director of The International Centre for Study of Bengal Art (ICSBA) at Dhaka, convened four International Congresses on Bengal Art (1976, 1997, 1999 and 2001) and edits the Journal of Bengal Art. He was honoured by the Asiatic Society of Calcutta with the award of the Rama Prasad Chanda Birth Centenary Medal (1993) for his "conspicuous contribution in art and archaeology of Bengal". Earlier, the Asia Society of New York honoured him by electing as their Honorary International Councilor (1986-92). He served as the President of the International Council of Museum (ICOM) Asia Pacific Organization (1983-86). Among his publications, notables are Islamic Art Heritage of Bangladesh (1983) and Bengal Sculptures: Hindu Iconography (1992), the latter being a quantitative assessment of nearly two thousand sculptures now preserved in different parts of the world.

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Bibliographic information

Title Journal of Bengal Art: Vol. 25
Author Enamul Haque
Format Hardcover
Date published: 04.07.2020
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length 856p., 482 B/W and Color 143 Plates; Size 11" x 9".