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Naga Art

Ganguli, Milada

New Delhi: 1993


Naga Chank Ornaments of South Indian Affinities

Hutton, J.H.

Vol. 26, Article No. 145, December 1926, pp. 222-224, and Vol. `30, 1930,, Man,


Naga Hills and Manipur

Assam district gazetteers

Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1905


Naga Ornaments

Read, C.H.

Vol. 19, Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain & Ireland, 1891


Naga Ornaments

Woodthorpe, R.G.

Vol. 19, Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 1890


Nagarjunakonda

B. N. Misra; Sarkar, H.

New Delhi: Director General, Archaeological Survey of India, 1972


Nagpur District

Maharashtra state gazetteers

Revised edition, Bombay: GPO, 1966


Naini Tal

Uttar Pradesh district gazetteers

Lucknow: Dept. of District Gazetteers, 1992


Nainsukh of Guler.

Goswamy, B N

A great Indian painter from a small Hill-state,


Naksha

Ghuznavi, Sayyada R

A Collection of Designs of Bangladesh, Design Centre, BSCIC, 1981


Naksha – A Collection of Designs of Bangladesh

Sayyada R Ghuznavi

Bangladesh Small & Cottage Industries Corporation,


Naksha bandhas of Banaras

Jayakar, Pupul.

vol. 7, Journal of Indian textile history, 1967


Naksha bandhas of Banaras

Jayakar, Pupul

Journal of Indian Textile History, 1967, VII:21-44 (Reprinted: Handwoven Fabrics of India, J. Dhamija and J. Jain, eds.),


Naksha: A Collection of Designs of Bangladesh

Ghuznavi, Sayyada R.

Dacca: Design Centre, Bangladesh Small & Cottage Industries Corp., 1981