Bibliography : Tribal Art & Crafts

Tribal Art & Craft: Bibliography
By
Mohammad Rehan, [Lib. Inf. Asstt.]
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, Bhopal [M.P.]


Journal Articles
1 Kochar, V K
A note on some Drawings by Onge of Little Andaman.
BULLETEIN OF THE CULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 4(1-2),
1965: 25-26
** Tribes; Tribes-Onge; Tribal Drawing Art-Onge; Onge-
Little Andaman.
Control No. : 5555
2 Sarkar, Sabita Ranjan
On the Study of Primitive Art in India.
BULLETEIN OF THE CULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 7(1-2),
1968: 89-97
** Primitive Art; Primitive Art in India; Anthropology;
Tribal Art.
Control No. : 5783

3 Mukerji, Sankarananda
Folklore of the Sundarban Tribes.
BULLETEIN OF THE CULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE, 8(1-2),
1969: 97-100
** Tribes-Sundarban; Folklore; Tribal Folklore; Folklore
Sundarban Tribes; Anthropology; Tribal Art and Recreation
Control No. : 5889

4 Koppar, D. H.
Tribal art and its place in the enthnological museum.
THE EASTERN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 29(1), 1976: 91-99
** Tribal art; enthnological museum.
Control No. : 6417

5 Lochan, Pramila
The Kitab-I-Nauras: An Aesthete's Tribute
KALA-THE JOURNAL OF INDIAN ART HISTORY CONGRESS, 3, 1996:
116-118
** Aesthetics; Art-Indian-History; Kitab-I-Nauras-Poetry-
Ibrahim Adil Shah II-Aesthetic tribute.
Control No. : 6433

6 Bora, D K
The Wood Carvings of the Wanchos of Arunachal Pradesh.
KALA-THE JOURNAL OF INDIAN ART HISTORY CONGRESS, 4, 1997:
86-88
** Art-Indian-History; Tribal Art-Wanchos; Art-Wood
Carving; Wood Carvings-Wanchos-Arunachal Pradesh.
Control No. : 6536

7 Sisodia, Vishnudev N.
"Pancvi" the magicio: Religious art of the Varlis
THE EASTERN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 16(1), 1963: 47-52
** Varlis tribe; religious art; Pancvi.
Control No. : 9769

9 Aryan, Subhashini
Tribal art: Visual expressions of vivid tales
DISCOVER INDIA, 4(7), 1991: 10-13
** Tribal art; Indian art.
Control No. : 15891

10 Aryan, Subhashini
Expressions of tribal genius.
DISCOVER INDIA, 6(2), 1993: 46-49
** Art-Himalayan tribes; craft-Himalayan tribes; tribal
art-Himalaya.
Control No. : 16660

11 Annapurna
Traditions and newer traditions.
DISCOVER INDIA, 11(12), 1998: 26-29
** Tribal art-India; tradition-painting art.
Control No. : 17832

12 Mohan, Kumud
A German tribute.
DISCOVER INDIA, 11(12), 1998: 72-74
** Indian art; museum-Indian art-Berlin.
Control No. : 17879

13 Chakravorty, Padmini
Social Structure of the Tribals of Tripura as reflected
through their Dances.
FOLKLORE, 228, 1979(February): 31-39
Vol 20 (2).
** Folklore; Folk-Tribal Social Structure-Tripuri Tribe-
Dance; Folk-Dance-Social Structure-Tribe-Tripura; Folk
Dance-Social Structure-Tribe-Tripura; Folk Art-Dance-
Tripura Tribe-Social Structure.
Control No. : 19782

14 Cranstone, Bryan
Three 'tribal art' sales.
ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY, 3(1-6), 1987: 19-20
Control No. : 24137

15 Silver, Harry R
Beauty and the "I" of the Beholder: identity, asthetics,
and social change among the Ashanti
JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL RESEARCH, 35(2), 1979(Summer):
191-207
** Anthropology; Tribal Identity; Tribal Visual Art-
Modern Developments; African Tourist Arts; Ethnography;
Triabal Art-Modernisation-Ashanti; Ashanti; Tourist Art;
Tribal Study; .
Control No. : 50378

16 Aryan, Subhashini
Tribal art of India.
INDIAN AND FOREIGN REVIEW, 22(19), 1985: 23-26
** Tribal art-India; art.
Control No. : 55004

17 Maiti, Sameera
Tribal arts and crafts: A study among the Tharu of Uttar
Pradesh
INDIAN ANTHROPOLOGIST, 31(2), 2001: 69-74
** Anthropology; tribal arts; tribe-Uttaer Pradesh; craft
art-Tharu-Uttar Pradesh; Tharu-Uttar Pradesh.
Control No. : 57036

18 Jain, Jyotindra
Tribal crafts, and the case of Mohammed and the mountain.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 4(3), 1984: 74-75
** Art; craft.
Control No. : 57470

19 Jain, Jyotindra
Painted myths of creation: The art and ritual of a Indian
tribe
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 5(2), 1985: 20-29
** Tribal art; art-tribe-India; ritual-tribe-India;
tribals.
Control No. : 57630

20 Chakraverty, Somnath
Wall embellishments: Tribal murals of Chhotanagpur
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 6(2), 1986: 22-27
** Tribal murals-Chhotanagpur; tribal art; art; paintings
tribals-Chhotanagpur; wall paintings.
Control No. : 57786
21 Tiwari, Jyotsna
Beliefs, traditions, needs...: Perpetuating the rural art
of terracotta
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 6(5), 1986: 62-64
** Rural art; art; terracotta; tribal art.
Control No. : 57837

22 Patil, Manisha
Bastar wood work.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 7(4), 1987: 36-40
** Craft; wood work-Bastar; tribal art-Bastar.
Control No. : 57997

23 Hrahsel, Zothanpari
North eastern tribal art.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 7(7), 1987: 78-85
** Art; tribal art-north east.
Control No. : 58052

24 Das, A. K.
A Naga warrior's mask: A dilemma of authenticity
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 11(12), 1991: 82-83
** Tribal art; Naga mask; mask.
Control No. : 58848

25 Das, A. K.
Commercialisation of tribal art.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 12(3), 1992: 80-81
** Tribal art.
Control No. : 58894

26 Thiagarajan, K. M.
Tribal art: Beyond the mask of civilisation
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 12(4), 1992: 18-31
** Art; tribal art-India; tribals.
Control No. : 58899

27 Nath, Tribhuvan
A prophetic world.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 13(9), 1993: 54-61
** Art; S. S. Bhatti, painter.
Control No. : 59298

28 The magical script.
THE INDIA MAGAZINE, 14(7), 1994: 52-59

The setting up of the folk and tribal section at Bharat
Bhavan involved extensive travels through the tribal
belts of Madhya Pradesh. IN the extract from the
monography, The Magical Script, J Swaminathan describes
his experiences with the HIll Korwas.
** Art; tribal art; art-Hill Korwa.
Control No. : 59422

29 Tribal magic.
INSIDE OUTSIDE, 186, 2000: 36-37
** Tribal art; interior decoration.
Control No. : 63409
30 Dimitriadis, George
Hellenic rock art: State of art, open questions and new
paradigms
MAN IN INDIA: A INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY, 88
(2-3), 2008: 449-458

The petroglyphs in the region of Philippi were probably
carved by the Hedones, a Thracian tribe that occupied the
lands stretching between the Strymon & Nestos rivers &
from Mt Pangaion to the Rodopi mountain range. The
engraved rock surfaces that are found two kilometres from
the historic town of Philippi may narrate unknown events.
The archaeological evidence suggests a dynamic culture
undergoing a religious transformation process of an
organised society in transition from the LBA to the EIA.
The investigation & study of the Late Bronze & Early Iron
Age engravings are particularly important because of a
signnificant lack of information from written sources.
The study of nomadic tribes, such as the Hedones,
islargely based on fieldwork research project is pledged
to enhnce our knowledge on their religion & mythology, as
well as their economic & cultural development. The main
cruxial tasks have been focused in the present paper: 1.
the link between environment, heritage & open-air museum
mangement & 2. a permanent educational program which aims
to promote civil attention circa heritage care.
** Hellenic rock art; rock art.
Control No. : 66446

31 Geismar, Haidy
What's in a price?
JOURNAL OF MATERIAL CULTURE, 6(1), 2001: 25-47

Typically, the auction house salesroom has been
conceived of as an exemplary market: a place in which
ultimate price is fixed by persons at a particular
moment. THis perspective relies on a static a-historical
view of an isolated marketplace. This study views the
auction sale of tribal art as one part of a wider
economic set, within which objects and persons interact
to momentaruly assign price (or not). It hereby expands
the common anthropological use of the notion of a
'tournament' of value (Appadurai, 1998).
** Art market, auctions, price, tournament of value,
tribal art.
Control No. : 67100

32 Ghosh, Asok K . and Chakraverti, Somnath
Genesis and change of tribal art- examples from west
Bengal.
INDIAN MUSEUM BULLETIN, 23-24, 1988-1989: 136-141
Control No. : 72027

33 Oberoi, R. C., Sharma, A. K. and Sharma, S. K.
Environmental limitations, socio-economic status and
constraints of tribal economy in outer Himalayas - a
study of pangi.
JOURNAL OF HUMAN ECOLOGY, 5(1), 1994(January): 63-67
The paper is mainly focused on study the environmental
limitation, socio-economic status, the state of art of
agriculture and the constraints inhiniting the overall
development of the valley. The fruits of development such
as modern technology, improved methods of cultivation and
market facilities are not reaching the people because of
environmental and socio-economic reasons.
** Environment, socio-economic structure, agriculture,
technology.
Control No. : 73559

34 Tag, Hui, Das, A .K . and Pallabi, H .
Botanbical resources used in triditional wood carving
industry among the wancho tribe of Arunachal pradesh.
INDIAN JOURNAL OF TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE, 7(1), 2009
(January): 148-156

Traditional woodcarving system is quite popular among the
wancho tribe of Arunachal pradesh. The art and skills of
wood carving practiced among the wancho community is
closely associated with their age - old religious beliefs
and cultural parctices, which are evident through their
trditional insititutions in the from of morung (bachelor
dormitory), funeral rites, fertility cult and human head
hunting.
** Traditional woodcarving industry , Botanical
resources, wancho community, Arunachal pradesh.
Control No. : 79169

35 Gogoi, N . K .
Glimpses of social reality throuh tattoos of the wanchos
of Arunachal Pradesh.
JOURNAL OF INDIAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 41(03), 2008
(November): 291-297

Tattooing as a form of graphic art occupies a unique
place in the life of a tribal society. It is also a means
of communicvation of valuses and social relations. It
cannot be brushed aside simply as engravings of graphic
designs..
Control No. : 81330

36 Features of this issue.
KALORI: ROYAL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN SOCIETY OF ARTS JOURNAL,
26(2), 1988: 1-8

Jo Caddy portraits recent retrospective, Survival in our
own land, Interviews with artists, Tresurer's report,
Spring exhibition, Members exhibitions, Doug Moran
National Portrait Prize, Portrait demonstration, Tributes
to Margaret Bevan, Art is life plus, Combining the arts,
Recent South Australian art, Christmas Exhibition
Adelaide 88, New members, Raffle winners, R.S.A.S.A.
exhibitions.
** Art.
Control No. : 88146
37 Mukherjee, Meera
Gharuas: A metal artisan group and their art
MAN IN INDIA, 54(4), 1974(Oct. - Dec.): 287-303

The gharua of Bastar are a traditional artisan caste who
are attached to and settled near market - places.
Information about these groups was collected while
learning their crafts as a professional sculptor. The
forms of these folk metal artisans have grown through
inter- action over a long period between the crafts- men
and the local tribal users.
Control No. : 92201

38 Annapurna
Traditions and bewer traditions.
DISCOVER INDIA, 11(12), 1998(December): 26-29
** Tribal Art; Warli Painting; Painting; Gond-Painting;
Wall Painting; .
Control No. : 93264

39 Mohan, Kumud
A german tribute.
DISCOVER INDIA, 11(12), 1998(December): 72-74
** Indian Art; Traditional Art; ancient art.
Control No. : 93280

40 Elwin, Verrier and Datta, Sudhindranath
The tribal art.
MARG, 5(4): 30-34
** Tribal; tribal art; .
Control No. : 94606

41 Imam, Bulu
Cultural spatial concepta implicit in tribal art and
identity in Hazaribagh district.
MAN IN INDIA, 73(2), 1993(June): 163-172
Control No. : 95190

42 Jain, Jyotindra
Commercializing tribal art.
SEMINAR, 412, 1993(December): 43-44
Control No. : 101796

43 Imam, Bulu
Tribal India speaks.
SUNDARAM: A MAGAZINE ON CONTEMPORARY ART, 2(2), 1989: 5-8
** Art.
Control No. : 102641

44 Abidi, Tanveer
Folk and tribal art.
SUNDARAM: A MAGAZINE ON CONTEMPORARY ART, 3(5-6), 1990:
37-38
Control No. : 102777

45 Chakraverty, Somnath
Indigeenous tribal art: Strategy for consevation and
promotion
JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 6(1-2), 2009(Jan. - D
ec.): 87-102

In India, the earliest evidence of visual art tradition
is the prehistoric rock art. In the prehistoric art
galleries, the depictions of early tribal life and lore
as well other symbolic representations are predominat.
Therefore, for reconstruction of tribal history in India,
the pictorial evidences of rock art can be regarded as
more dependable and authentic source..
Control No. : 105340

46 Loxley, Anne
Khovar dreamings: Contemporary tribal art in South Bihar,
India
ART ASIA PASIFIC, 18, 1998: 36-41
** Art; Tribal art-Bihar.
Control No. : 114759

47 Thomas, Nicholas
Islands of history: Reflections on two exhibitions of
Torres Strait islander culture
ART ASIA PASIFIC, 27, 2000: 70-77
** Art; Tribal art-Torres Strait; Art-Torres Strait.
Control No. : 114859

48 Schemes to preserve and promote tribal art and culture.
TRIBAL RESEARCH BULLETIN, 20(1), 1998(March): 37-38
** Tribal development; Tribal arts; Tribal culture; art
and craft-tribes; .
Control No. : 115994

49 Shukla, Shubhalakshmi
Bastar's adivasi women and their art.
MARG, 56(2), 2004(December): 62-65
** Art-Bastar; Tribal art-Bastar.
Control No. : 122261

52 Sharma, Anjali and Sharma, Promila
Handloom weaving - state of art of tribes of kullu
valley, Himachal Pradesh, India.
STUDIES OF TRIBES AND TRIBALS, 7(2), 2009(December):
115-118

There are a myriad of craft traditions in India, which
depend on social, economic and regional factors. The
present status of craft in India owes much to the rich
craft traditions of the past. The tribals of Himachal
Pradesh are well known within and outside the country for
the fabrication of woollen clothes of several kinds like
shawls, pattus, patties, lahang etc.
** Craft; Woven; Shawls; Fabrication; Trade;
Multinational..
Control No. : 125264

53 Schemes of the Bihar state govt. submitted to tthe govt. of
India under art. 275 of constitution of India: For the
uplift of scheduled tribes during 1952-53
VANYAJATI, 1(3), 1953(July): 72-74
** Tribal development-Bihar.
Control No. : 126958

59 Chakraverty, Somnath
Cultural configuration of rock art in Jharkhand: A
holistic approach.
PURAKALA: THE JOURNAL OF ROCK ART SOCIETY OF INDIA
(RASI), 11-12(1-2), 2001: 109-112

Jharkhand, the newly formed state in Eastern India,
besides its own political boundaries, has a discrete eco-
cultural setup with considerable dominance of tribal
elements in the overall matrix of culture. Rock art sites
in the state are mostly located with the forests in rock
shelters as also on open boulders in the river valleys..

60 Nzunguba, Ibio
Portee socioartistique et magico-religieuse d'un art du
corps: La rondelle on bois inseree dans la levre de la
"Congolaise a plateau"
ANTHROPOS: INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF ETHNOLOGY AND
LINGUISTICS, 102(2), 2007: 389-401
Article in Franch.

This article analyzes a body adornment: the wooden plate
(nzudu) inserted into the upper lip of the Bira women of
the lturin in Congo-Zaire. The author of this essay
depicts the evolution in meaning of this plate from its
origins as an object of finery and as a traditional
tribal mark..
Control No. : 145033

61 Jain, Jyotindra
Sundaribai: Speaking with clay.
INTERNATIONAL GALLERI, 7(1), 2004: 39-44

Over the last two decades several Indian folk and tribal
artists have crossed borders from their inherited sites
of art practice to explore new possibilities offered by
their contemporary environment and the enter more formal,
urban exhibition spaces..
Control No. : 147678

Tribal Art & Craft – Books
1 Aryan, Subhashini
Unknown Masterpieces of Indian Folk & Tribal Art.-- New
Delhi: Ajanta Offset. 248 p.

2 Reference Orissa: Millennium Edition.-- Bhubaneswar:
Enterprising Publishers. 677p.

3 Channa , Subhadra
Witchctaft and Black art Witchcraft and Sorcery in Tribal
Religion.-- New Delhi: Cosmo Publications. 309p.

4 Tribal Religion And Economic Life.-- New Delhi: Cosmo
Publications. 316 p

5 The Art & Crafts of Kondhs.-- Bhubaneswar: Council of
Professional Social Workers. 184 p.

6 Borgohain, H.
Handloom and handicrafts of the ADIS.-- Itanagar:
Directorate of Research Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh. 46
p. : ill. p

7 Agrawal, Ashvini
Sarupa Saurabhamrt: Tributes to Indology Prof. Lakshman
Sarup Centenary Volume.-- New Delhi: Manjit Singh. 391 p

8 Topno, Sem
Musical culture of the munda tribe.-- New Delhi: Concept
Publishing. 589 p

9 Indian Artisans:Social Institutions and Culture Values.--
Kalkata: ASI Govt. of India ministry of culture Dept. of
culture. xi,123 p

10 Theory and practice: essays presnted to gene weltfish.--
New York: Mouton Publishing. x,362 p.

11 Fuchs, Stephen
Bottom of Indian society: the harijan and other low
castes.-- Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal. vii, 325p.

12 Smith W. C.
Ao-Naga Tribes of Assam.-- Delhi: Gian Publications.
xxvii,244 p.

13 Jerath, Ashok
The splendour of Himalayan Art and culture.-- New Delhi:
Indus publishers. 167 p.; map;ill p

14 Towards a cultural policy.-- Delhi: Vikas Publishing House.
viii, 286 p.

15 Das, S.T.
Tribal Life of North- Eastern India.-- Delhi: Gian
Publishing. x, 317p.: ill. p

16 Sharma, Vijay Prakash
Hmars of Manipur: an anthropological exploration.-- New
Delhi: Anmol Publications. x,124 p.: Plates p

17 Das, S.T.
Tribal development and socio-cultural matrix.-- Delhi:
Kanishka Publishers Distributors. x,272 p.; plates p

18 Bose, Nirmal Kumar
Tribal life in India.-- New Delhi: National Book Trust.
ix,82 p.; ill; plates 24 p

19 Barua, S. N.
Tribes of Indo - Burma Border ( a Socio - Cultural
history of the inhabitants of the Patkai Range).-- New
Delhi: Mittal Publications. xv,411 p.; plates p

20 Baveja, J.D.
The land where the Bamboo flowers.-- Gauhati: Publication
Board. 83 p.; plates p

21 Hasan, Amir
A Bunch of wild flowers and other articies.-- Lucknow:
Ethnographic and Folk Culture Society. 189,ix,xii p.

22 Russell, R.V.
Tribes and castes of the Central provinces of India.--
Delhi: Cosmo. 4v.(426; 540; 608) p.: ill.: map

23 Kalita, Dhaneswar
Traditional performances of South Kamrup.-- New Delhi:
Gian Publication House. x,82 p.: ill. p

24 Skeen, Andrew
Passing it on: short talks on tribal fighting on the
North West frontier of India.-- New Delhi: Bhavana books
& Prints. 136p.

25 Chandorker, Manoj S.
Haemoglobin & our tribes: a state of art on tribal health
-- Bhopal: The Society of Bionaturalists. 57p.:ill. p

26 Majumdar, D.N.
An introduction to social anthropology.-- New Delhi:
National Publishing House. xii,307 p.

27 Vidyarthi, L. P.
Contribution to the development of anthropology.-- New
Delhi: Concept. xxv,167 p.: ill. p

28 India: specially published for the festival of India in the
U. S. S. R.-- New Delhi: Brijbasi. 235 p.: col. ill. p

29 Agrawala, P.K.
Study in Indian iconography.-- Jaipur: Publication Scheme
158p.: ill. p

30 Tribal art: primitivism and modern relevance.-- Bhubaneswar
: Working Artists Association of Orissa. 120 p.: ill p

31 Tiwari, Jyotsna
Traditions of terracotta art in Madhya Pradesh.-- Delhi:
Pratibha Prakashan. xxiv, 116p.: ill. p

32 Welch, Stuart Cary
India: art and culture, 1300-1900.-- New York:
Metropolitan Museum of Art. 477 p.: plates p

33 Goodall, Edward A.
Sketches of Amerindian tribes 1841-1843.-- Guyana:
British Museum. 88 p.: ill. p

34 Koppar, D. H.
Tribal art of dangs.-- Baroda: Department of Museums.
xx,166 p.: ill. p

35 Gillon, Werner
Collecting African art.-- London: MaCmillan Published.
viii, 183p.: Col. ill. p

36 Fagg, William
Tribes and forms in African art.-- London: Methuen. 122
p.: plates p

37 Kruta, Venceslas
Celts of the West.-- London: Orbsis. 128 p.: plates;
maps

38 Anton, Ferdinand
Pre-Columbian art and later Indian tribal arts.-- New
York: Harry N.Abrams Inc. 264 p.: plates; maps

39 Fagg, William
Tribal image: wooden figure sculpture of the world.--
London: Trustees of the British Museum. 100 p.: ill. p

40 Cooper, Ilay
Traditional buildings of India.-- London: Thames and
Hudson. 192 p.: paltes p

41 Frozen tombs: the culture and art of the ancient tribes of
siberia.-- London: British Museum Publications. 102 p.:
plates p

42 Tribal arts and crafts: Madhya Pradesh.-- Ahmedabad: Mapin
Publishing. 142 p.: plates; maps

43 Pal, M. K.
Crafts and craftsmen in traditional India.-- New Delhi:
Kanak Publications. xxiii,348 p.: plates p

44 Ghosh, D. P.
Mediaeval Indian painting eastern school: 13th century
A.D. to modern times including folk art.-- Delhi: Sundeep
Prakashan. 155 p.: col. plates p

45 Opie, James
Tribal Rugs: nomadic and village weavings from the near
east and central Asia.-- London: Laurence King. 328 p.:


46 Tribal art and Handicrafts.-- Delhi: Bharatiya Adimjati
Sevek Sangh. 12 p.

47 Tribal Handicraft.-- Delhi: Bharatiya Adimjati Sevak Sangh.
12 p.

48 Tanavoli, Parviz
Kings, heroes and lovers: pictirial rugs form the tribes
and villages of Iran.-- London: Scorpion Publishing. 303
p.: col. plates p

49 Great carpets of the world.-- London: Thames and Hudson.
377 p.: col. ill.; map

50 Kalita, Dhaneswar
Traditional performances of South Kamrup.-- New Delhi:
Gian Publication House. x,82 p.: ill p

51 Bhavnani, Enakshi
Dance in India: the origin and history, foundations, the
art and science of the dance in India-classical, folk and
tribal.-- Bombay: D. B. Taraporevala Sons. xxvi,261 p.:
col. plates p

52 Bhavnani, Enakshi
Folk and tribal designs of India.-- Bombay: Taraporevala.
75 p.: plates p

53 Nepal past and present: proceedings of the France-German
conference arc-et-senans, June 1990.-- New Delhi:
Sterling. viii,377 p.

54 Dash, Shreeram Chandra
Orissa.-- New Delhi: Publications Division. 91 p.

55 Maitra, Kiranshankar
Nagaland: darling of the North-East.-- New Delhi: Mittal.
xi,168 p.: col. plates p

56 Uttaranchal Himalaya:
anthropology,archaeology,art,botany,economics,geography,g
ology,history and sociology.-- Almora: Shree Almora Book
Depot. 342 p.: ill.; maps

57 Aspects of the heritage of Assam: a souvenir.-- Gauhati:
Indian History Congress. 104 p.: plates p

58 Hutton, J.H.
Chang language grammar and vocabulary of the language of
the chang Naga tribe.-- Delhi: Gian Publishing House.
vi, 120p.

59 Das, A. K.
Tribal art and craft.-- Delhi: Agam Kala Prakashan. 190
p.: plates p
60 IMAM
Bridal caves a search for the adivasi khovar tradition: a
study of the wall painting art of the tribal woman of
hazariba.-- New Delhi: INTACH. xxv,159 p.: plates p

61 Tribal art.-- London: Sotheby's. 124 p.: col. plates p

62 Russell, R.V.
Tribes and castes of the central provinces of India.--
Delhi: Cosmo. 4v.(426; 540; 259; 608) p.: ill.: map

63 Dongerkery, Kamala S.
Jewelry and personal adornment in India.-- Bombay: Vikas.
77 p.

64 Stagnation, retrograde change or positive progress?:
vignettes from the journey of the OBC communities in the
process of change in India.-- New Delhi: Serials
Publications. xiv,431 p.

65 Tribal Religion And Economic Life.-- New Delhi: Cosmo
Publications. 316 p.

66 Indigenous vision: peoples of India attitudes to the
environment.-- New Delhi: Sage & India International
Centre. 304 p.

67 Dalmia, Yashshodhara
The painted world of the Warlis: art and rituals of the
Warli tribes of Maharashtra.-- New Delhi: Lalit Kala
Akademi. 239 p.

68 Proceedings of the Indian Art History Congress, 4th
Session, Patna, 1996.-- Guwahati: Indian Art History
Congress. 211p.:Plates p

69 Giri, Anup Kumar
Flowing Heritage: an artist's journey into life of the
tribes.-- Kolkata: Anthropological Servey of India.
32p.+ col. ills p

70 Mahapatra, Sitakant
The Awakened Wind : the oral poetry of the Indian Tribes.
-- New Delhi: Vikas Publishing House. x, 322p.: ill p

75 Elson, Vickie C.
Dowries from Kutch: a women's folk art tradition in India
-- Los Angeles: Museum of Cultural History, University of
California. 127 p

76 A monograph on Silk fabrics : produced in the North-Western
Provinces and Oudh.-- Allahabad: North-Western Provinces
and Oudh Government Press. 107+maps

77 Tribal arts and crafts of Madhya Pradesh.-- Ahmedabad:
Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd. 144 p.

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