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Traditions and institutions of the Santals

Bodding, P. O.

Oslo Ethnografiske Museum Bulletin, 1942, 6.:

Traditions in Art

Marg Publications,

Traditions of Asian Art.

Brand, Michael

Traced through the collection of the National Gallery of Australia, 1995

Traditions of Textile Printing in Kutch:

Varadarajan, Lotika

Ajrakh and related techniques, The New Order Book Co., Ahmedabad,

Traditions of the Indian Craftsman

Kramrisch, Stella

Traditional India, Milton Singer, ed., Vol. 71, No. 281, Philadelphia: American Folklore Society, 1959, 18-24

Training for Artisans

Ballyn, John

Blending the Market-led Approach with Tradition, Sustainability and Environmental Issues - John Ballyn's Response to Poonam Bir Kasturi's "Transforming the 'Guru-Sishya' Parampara", Asia InCH Encyclopedia,

Traite sur le fabrication de chales des Indes

Deneirouse, Eugene.

Paris: Papeterie Industrielle et Commerciale de Dessaigne, 1851

Transforming the ‘Guru-Sishya’ Parampara

Kasturi, Poonam Bir

Changing the Way Training is Planned for the craft sector, Asia InCH Encyclopedia,

Transparent Lacquer Work of Sankheda

Dr. Mrs. R. Moulik

Research Development Studies Centre, Ahmedabad,

Travels in India

Tavernier, Jean Baptiste

London: New York, Macmillan and co., 1889

Travels in India, 2 vols, V. Ball, trans.

Tavernier, Jean Baptiste

London: Oxford University Press, 2nd ed., 1925