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Journal of Bengal Art: Volume 11 & 12

Enamul Haque (Editor)

Adelheid Herrmann-Pfandt.1. Cakrasamvara Iconography and Buddhist Religious Politics in Medieval Bengal/Syed Ejaz Hussain.2. Meaning and Message of Art on Bengal Sultan’s Coinage/Asok Datta.3. Archaeology of Deulpota/A. K. M Yaqub Ali.4. Two Epigraphs of Bengal Sultanate: A Study of Historical and Aesthetic Aspects/Darielle Mason.5. Arts of Bengal in the Philadelphia Museum of Art /Gouriswar Bhattacharya.6. The Snake-Goddess from Rangpur – How did they call her?/Joachim K. Bautze.7. Oehem. French Photographer(s) of Bengal, Active Late 1870s to 1880s/Satyaki Sarkar.8. Residential Hubs of Bengali Merchant Class of Early Nineteenth Century Calcutta/D.R. Das.9. Islamic Heritage of Bengal Temples/Arundhati Banerji.10 Snake Goddess in Eastern India/Gourisankar De.11. Ivory Combs from Chandraketugarh/Ayub Khan.12.New Light on Gunaighar Copperplate of Vainyagupta (6th Century AD) of East Bengal/Katherine Hacker.13. Temples, Tanks and Devotional Practices: Mapping A ‘Bengali’ Landscape in Puri/Bimal Bandyopadhyay.14. Excavation at Nilkuthi Mound, Mauja Chak Chandpara, District Murshidabad, West Bengal (2005-06)/Rita Datta.15. Erotic Plaques from Chandraketugarh in the Collection on Indian Museum/B.R. Mani.16. Evolution of Sarnath School of Art and its Contacts with West and East /Sudipa Bandyopadhyay.17. Architectural Motifs of Religious Edifices in Pala-Sena Art/Ibrahim Shah .18. Some Devi Images of the Pala-Sena Period in the National Museum, Karachi/Kumar Mihirendra Pratap Singh Deo.19. The Riverine and Maritime Trade of Madanpur – its Relation with Kalinga and South-East Asia/R. Nagaswamy.20. Influence of Pala Architecture in Tamilnadu/Mohammad Yusuf Siddiq.21. EdenGarden and Paradisiacal River in Worldly Places: Water Cosmology in Some Arabic Verses Inscribed on the Royal Monuments in Gaur (Bengal) and Granada (Andalusia)/Suresh Chandra Bhattacharya.22. The Murshidabad (Indian Museum) Copper-Plate Grant of Dharmapala and the Somapura Mahavihara/Aswantie Ghiraw.23. The Iconography of the Saptamatrka Reliefs from Bihar and Bengal/Eun-Su Lee.24. A preliminary Note on Buddhist Sculptures from Dhaka Region/Sanmarga Mitra and Parama Mitra.25. Influence of Industrial Revolution on the Architecture of Calcutta – Case Study of Strand Warehouse/Md. Mizanur Rashid.26. Defining the Central Structure of Somapur Mahavihara, Paharpur/Ruhul Kuddus Md. Saleh.27. Mahisantosh: A Medieval City Complex of Varendra/Ranjusri Ghosh.28. Archaeological Investigation in the Districts of Dakshin Dinajpur and Uttar Dinajpur West Bengal: A Report/Nasir Uddin Mobin.29. Decorative Aspects of the Excavated Buddhist Monuments of Bangladesh.

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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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Title Journal of Bengal Art: Volume 11 & 12
Author Enamul Haque
Format Softcover
Date published: 27.06.2009
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length 368p., Tables; Figures; Plates; Notes & References; Bibliography; 28cm.