Journal of Arts & Ideas, no. 30-31 (Dec 1997) p. 1.


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EDITORIAL BOARD CONTENTS

EXECUTIVE EDITORS

Geeta Kapur Kumkum Sangari SITES OF ART HISTORY

Indira Chandrasekhar CANONS & EXPOSITIONS

Madan Gopal Singh

Ashish Rajadhyaksha GuestEditor: TapatiGuha-Thakurta

MANAGERIAL EDITORS

Vivan Sundaram 3 Introduction

Rajendra Prasad Romi Khosia TapatiGuha-Thakurta

ADVISORY EDITORS 7 The Making of a Visual Language:

G.P. Deshpande Thoughts on Mughal Painting

Kalpana Sahni Asad Zaidi GuJarnmoharnmedSheskh

Anuradha Kapur Anil Bhatti 33 The Construction of 'Mule' in Indian

Chanchal Chauhan Temple Architecture

Sashi Kumar AjayJ.Smha

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Malini Bhattacharya 63 Producing the Sacred:

Neela Bhagwat The Subjects of Calendar Art

Saeed Akhtar Mirza Kajrijain

Mihir Bhattacharya

M.S. Sathyu Sudhir Patwardhan 89 Marking Independence: The Ritual of a

P. Govinda Pillai National Art Exhibition

M.S. Prabhakara TapatiGuha-Thakurta

Arun Khopkar

115 The Politics of Display: India 1886 and 1986

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WRITE TO Front cover. Plate E: Rama and Sita in the forest. Sub-imperial Mughal,

Indira Chandrasekhar c. 1600, National Museum, New Delhi.

Journal of Arts & Ideas Back cover. Clockwise. Plate C: Arya Suvrata renouncing the world,

35 A/I (second floor) Kalpasutra, Mandu, Western Indian School, AD 1439, National Museum,

Shahpur Jat, New Delhi 110 049 New Delhi; Plate A: A scene from Chandayana, early 16th century,

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