Shah, Haku

Shah, Haku

Form and Many Forms of Mother Clay

Kramrisch, Stella; Jayakar, Pupul; Shah, Haku; Sivaramamurthi, C

Contemporary Indian Pottery and Terracotta, National Crafts Museum, 1985

Mata no Chandarvo

Shah, Haku; Fischer, Eberhard

Swissair Gazette, 1982, 3:18-21,

More light on the Harappan terracotta figurines

Shah, Haku; Pandya, Suman;

The Eastern Anthropologist,1979, 32(1):45-48,

Contemporary terracotta of India - The Art of the Adivasi (Indian Tribal Art)

Shah, Haku

Tokyo: The YomiuriShimbun; The Japan Association of Art Museums, 1988, 76-127

Gujarat and Rajasthan: their life and culture

Shah, Haku

Illustrated Weekly of India, 1980, CI(44):30-34,

Indian Amulets.

Shah, Haku

Switzerland: Graphis - 136 (1972): 454-457, 464-465,

Pottery and votive terracottas -Crafts of Gujarat, Jasleen Dhamija, ed.

Shah, Haku

Ahmedabad, New York: Mapin International, 1985, 137-44

Products from rural India

Shah, Haku

Abhikalpa, 1984, 2(July?Dec.),

The ritual painting of the god Pithora Baba

Shah, Haku

Ethnologisches Zeitschrift Zurich, 1980, II:7?62,

Tribal art in Gujarat - Tribal Arts and Crafts

Shah, Haku

New Delhi: Ministry of Education and Broadcasting, Gov't of India, 1982, 14-33

Village ritual art - Art and Life in India: The Last Four Decades, Josef James, ed.

Shah, Haku

Shimla: IndianInstitute of Advanced Study in Association with B. R. Publishing Corp., 1989, 41-46

Votive terracotta horse, Ghodo

Shah, Haku

Adivasi, Gujarat, 1978, 1(2),

Field research on documentation of ritual-art of the tribes in Surat District,South Gujarat, India

Fischer, Eberhard; Shah, Haku

Jahrbuch des Sudasien-Instituts der Universitat Heidelberg, 1968-69, BandIII:131-33,

Rural Craftsmen and their Work

Fischer, Eberhard; Shah, Haku

Equipment and Techniques in the Mer Village of Ratadi in Saurashtra, India, National Institute of Design, 1970