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Hamari Adivasi Virasata: Our Tribal Heritage

Singh, K. S., ed.

Ranchi: Regional Development Commissioner in collaboration with the Anthropological Survey of India, 1989

Hand Embroidery (Shawls and Scarves) – Amritsar

All India Handicrafts Board

Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India,

Hand Printed Textiles in Rajasthan: A Study – Part-4

National Craft Institute for Hand Printed Textiles, Jaipur,

Hand Printing Industry, Barmer

All India Handicrafts Board

Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India,

Hand printing is dying: impact of indiscriminate mechanisation

Jain, L. C. and Rita Kapadia

vol. 19, no. 11, March 17, pp. 459-473., Economic and political weekly, 1984

Hand Spinning

Iyengar, H.K. Rama. (Census of india, 1931)

Vol. XXV, Part I, Report, Appendix IV, Mysore: 1931

Hand spinning and weaving

N.S. Viradachari; Puntambekar, S.V.

Ahmedabad: All India Spinners Association, 235p, 1926

Hand woven saris of Maharashtra

Phadke, Sunanda M.; Bansal, Rajanai

vol. 94, no. 9, Indian textile journal, 1984

Hand-loom Sari Industry of Maheshwar

Dubey, K.C. (Census of India 1961)

Volume VIII, Part VII-A, Madhya Pradesh: Handicarft Survey Monograph No. 2, 1965

Hand-made pottery among the Uralikurumbars of Wynad – Tribal Arts and Crafts

Mathur, P. R. G.

New Delhi: Ministry of Education and Broadcasting, Gov't of India, 1982, 34-37

Hand-painted cottons of India

Kendrick, Albert Frank.

vol. 75, pp. 80-89., Connoisseur, 1926