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Indian shawls: mantles of splendour. [Asharani Mathur] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Asharani Mathur. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: This book in five parts briefly looks at some major shawl traditions in India drawn from various regions, including the "woven jewels" of Kashmir and those of Punjab and Nagaland.
The text examines the contexts of shawls from different parts of India, their weaving and their patterning. A Jewelled Splendour provides a brief historical overview of India s jewels, describing not only courtly jewellery, but those worn by rural and tribal people as well.
Lavishly illustrated with colour photographs, including museum pieces, this book encapsulates one of India 5/5(2). Indian Shawls: Mantles of Splendour.
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book author takes his readers away ‘from the scenes of display and splendour’ of the great cities, rajas and princes. The object of this work in the words of the author himself ‘is to describe parts of India which are out of the ordinary tracks’.
The book is virtually an encyclopaedia of peasant and tribal life in India. This book is a wonderful "insiders" look at North Indian/Hindu culture, focusing particularly on the major religious narratives, festivals, and the culinary rituals surrounding them.
I grew up with this book (I'm 26 now) and periodically I Reviews: In her book on the Indian Shawls she covers some of the major shawl making areas. Kashmir shawls get the maximum coverage, which is followed by a detailed study of the Phulkari and Bagh and the Naga shawls.
The final chapter covers all the other areas, which does not do justice to the shawls of Himachal, Rajasthan and Gujarat, which have a rich. Written in dramatic yet simple language, this magnificently illustrated volume contains 20 extraordinary tales of India.
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In Seasons of Splendour she has returned to the colourful myths and legends she was told as a child, and the result is a dramatic collection for children to read for themselves or have read aloud to them in the traditional Indian s: An online Book store from India with + Indian Books.
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