This special volume on Indian Artisans is a collection of contributions made by very eminent scholars in their respective fields of excellence. This has been brought out on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee of Indiaâ€™s Independence. The rich tradition of Indian crafts and artisans has been well reflected through the individual papers. These have not only covered a broad socio-cultural spectrum of the various crafts but have also touched upon the implicit aesthetic overtones. The volume also contains useful illustrations to highlight the geographical and social distributions of the crafts and craftsmen in this country.
Indian Artisans: Social Institutions and Cultural Values
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR R K Bhattacharya
Ritendra Krishna Bhattacharya did M.Tech. in Radio Physics and Electronics in 1968 from Calcutta University. He is a specialist in bio-medical engineering. He was involved in Academic Activities in Calcutta University, Jadavpur University and Bengal Engineering College. He is serving Vivekanand Nidhi (The Institute of Value Orientation and Environmental Education) as Trustee and General Secretary. He is a member of Board of Governors and Honorary Faculry of National Institute of Human Development. He is engaged in research on Values and Ecological Ethics. He is presently working on a project on Creating and Managing a Sustainable Community.
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