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Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Changing Definition of Folk and Minor ArtDownload
2Timelines and Regions: General MappingDownload
3Traditional Roots: Elements and PrinciplesDownload
4Timelessness: Primitive ConnectionDownload
5Evolution in Purpose: Ritualistic to PropagativeDownload
6Contemporary PracticeDownload
7Classification and Connections: Traditional RootsDownload
8Early Literary ResourcesDownload
9Mythical Associations Download
10Idea of Nationalism and Modernism in the Context of Folk Art-I & IIDownload
11Relevance of the Art PracticeDownload
12Contextualization and DecontextualizationDownload
13Concept of Communication for Social PurposeDownload
14Aesthetic PerspectiveDownload
15Secularity and Religious PluralityDownload
16Ethnographic perspective on the study of Folk Art and CultureDownload
17About the Exponents who brought the culture under the LimelightDownload
18Commonality and Congruity in the Diverse Content of ArtDownload
19School of Art in Madhubani PaintingDownload
20Art as a Feminine Preserve vs the Male painters of MadhubaniDownload
21Yamapata, Pytkar and other art practice of Jharkhand: Yamapata by the Jadopatias, Sohari Painters and their ArtDownload
22Patachitra of Bengal Download
23Patachitra of OdishaDownload
24Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 1Download
25Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 2Download
26Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 3Download
27Case study - 1: Gond ArtDownload
28Case study - 2: Bengal PatachitraDownload
29Case study - 3: Madhubani PaintingsDownload
30Characteristics of Contemporary Collection- Semiotic AnalysisDownload
31Characteristics of Contemporary Collection- Thematic and Iconic AnalysisDownload
32Characteristics of Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor ArtDownload
33Thematic Change in Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor ArtDownload
34Individual Expression in Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor Art Download
35Cultural Condition: Colonial and Postcolonial Bengal - Part IDownload
36Cultural Condition: Colonial and Postcolonial Bengal - Part IIDownload
37Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part IDownload
38Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part IIDownload
39Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part IIIDownload
40Coexistence and Collaborations with Mainstream ArtDownload
41Alternative Context: Place of Folk Art in Contemporary LifestyleDownload
42Need of Paradigm Shift - IDownload
43Need of Paradigm Shift - IIDownload
44EndnoteDownload

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1Changing Definition of Folk and Minor ArtPDF unavailable
2Timelines and Regions: General MappingPDF unavailable
3Traditional Roots: Elements and PrinciplesPDF unavailable
4Timelessness: Primitive ConnectionPDF unavailable
5Evolution in Purpose: Ritualistic to PropagativePDF unavailable
6Contemporary PracticePDF unavailable
7Classification and Connections: Traditional RootsPDF unavailable
8Early Literary ResourcesPDF unavailable
9Mythical Associations PDF unavailable
10Idea of Nationalism and Modernism in the Context of Folk Art-I & IIPDF unavailable
11Relevance of the Art PracticePDF unavailable
12Contextualization and DecontextualizationPDF unavailable
13Concept of Communication for Social PurposePDF unavailable
14Aesthetic PerspectivePDF unavailable
15Secularity and Religious PluralityPDF unavailable
16Ethnographic perspective on the study of Folk Art and CulturePDF unavailable
17About the Exponents who brought the culture under the LimelightPDF unavailable
18Commonality and Congruity in the Diverse Content of ArtPDF unavailable
19School of Art in Madhubani PaintingPDF unavailable
20Art as a Feminine Preserve vs the Male painters of MadhubaniPDF unavailable
21Yamapata, Pytkar and other art practice of Jharkhand: Yamapata by the Jadopatias, Sohari Painters and their ArtPDF unavailable
22Patachitra of Bengal PDF unavailable
23Patachitra of OdishaPDF unavailable
24Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 1PDF unavailable
25Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 2PDF unavailable
26Continuum of the Practice: Ancient Centres, Contemporary Scenario, Method and Material - 3PDF unavailable
27Case study - 1: Gond ArtPDF unavailable
28Case study - 2: Bengal PatachitraPDF unavailable
29Case study - 3: Madhubani PaintingsPDF unavailable
30Characteristics of Contemporary Collection- Semiotic AnalysisPDF unavailable
31Characteristics of Contemporary Collection- Thematic and Iconic AnalysisPDF unavailable
32Characteristics of Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor ArtPDF unavailable
33Thematic Change in Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor ArtPDF unavailable
34Individual Expression in Contemporary Collection of Indian Folk and Minor Art PDF unavailable
35Cultural Condition: Colonial and Postcolonial Bengal - Part IPDF unavailable
36Cultural Condition: Colonial and Postcolonial Bengal - Part IIPDF unavailable
37Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part IPDF unavailable
38Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part IIPDF unavailable
39Contextualizing Folk idiom - Part IIIPDF unavailable
40Coexistence and Collaborations with Mainstream ArtPDF unavailable
41Alternative Context: Place of Folk Art in Contemporary LifestylePDF unavailable
42Need of Paradigm Shift - IPDF unavailable
43Need of Paradigm Shift - IIPDF unavailable
44EndnotePDF unavailable


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