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The Traditions of Northern India: A Study of Arts, Architecture and Crafts in Haryana

 
Ranbir Singh (Editor) Bhup Singh Gulia (Author)
Synopsis Bhup Singh Gulia have done a remarkable job in generating primary information about the text of the book and enriched it with pictorial representations depicting various unknown elements of folk art and crafts that could be gathered from Haryana.  A large number of distinctive forms and styles, in respect of arts and crafts invented and developed by the people of Haryana that accompany the text as photographic representations and illustrations in various chapters of the book, seem to be a novel attempt for scholarly documentation and evaluation about the material referred in the Book.  this artistically produced book speaks enough about the time and energy spent in meticulous collection of information and photography and presenting the whole thing in a methodical and intellectually honest manner.  It is presumed that the book as well the efforts of the authors will be appreciated by the common reader, those having interest in history of art & crafts of the village communities and, of course, the scholars.
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About the authors

Ranbir Singh

Group Captain Ranbir singh (Retd.), born in 1935, was commissioned in the Transport Stream of the Flying in January 1956. During his service career spanning over three decades, he has logged more than 5000 hours of flying in different types of aircrafts, and has extensively traveled in India and abroad. He was in active flying service during all the major operations since mid-fifties. He is a graduate from the Defence Services Staff College, Wellington. He was the Chief Public Relations Officer, Ministry of Defence for the entire Eastern Sector from 1975 to 1980. He is a freelance writer who writes for various newspapers and magazines covering a variety of subjects ranging from war and human angle stories, to features on social and economic issues. He is also a book-reviewer, and has also scripted a number of television features. Other books by the Author: Rajiv Gandhi: The Man: The Pilot: The Politician; PV Narasimha Rao: The Man: The Politician – Some Problems and Issues; Profiles of Courage; Yadein (Fond Memories): In & Out of Cockpit: Potential to Performance; Footprints of Courage in the Sands of Time; War and Peace Quotes and Anecdotes; Mom Said So: Good and Gracious Living is Simply a Matter of Just Plain (Un?) Common Sense; Nonny Tales: Nani ki Kahaniyan; Panchtantra Tales (Some Selections); Operation Cactus Lily; Smile and Ponder: An Exciting Odyssey with the Lawless Laws of Life and Living Wars Fought and Lessons Not Learnt; Anecdotes from Battle Areas; Indian Defence Forces: The Turning Points; Indo-Pak Relations: Past, Present and Future; Eternal Principles of War; Marshal Arjan Singh: Life and Times; Major Defence Operations; Memorable War Stories.

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Bhup Singh Gulia

Bhup Singh Gulia is the best-known talented artist of Haryana State.  He was born and brought up in a small village-Kheri Jat, in district Jhajjar where farming is the main occupation of the people.  The lush green natural settings, the landscape and the captivating scenes of the thriving crops in various seasons, views of the fields, fauna and flora, festivals, panghat, village ponds, large shady trees, and moods of the people and the nature as observed through colorful celebrations left an indelible mark on the personality of this creative artist.  The natural and social ambience of the village communities set the path of creativity for this artist that continues to be reflected in his work on various themes in his professional career spanning two decades.  Mr. Gulia's favourite medium of expression was powder color that suited him best and brought many a reward to him at exhibitions and competitions organized at the State as well as national level.  At present he holds the senior faculty position in the Department of Fine Arts at Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak and is also closely associated with several scholars and NGOs working in the field of traditional arts, crafts and publications, particularly Haryana.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Traditions of Northern India: A Study of Arts, Architecture and Crafts in Haryana
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.12.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788182901193
length 164p., Plates; Figures; References; Bibliography; 30cm.