Potteries in ancient India. Edited by B.P. Sinha. by Seminar on Potteries in Ancient India, Patna 1969

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ContributionsSinha, B. P., Patna University. Dept. of Ancient Indian History and Archaeology
LC ClassificationsNK4151 A1 S4 1969
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Number of Pages3152
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Open LibraryOL18440156M

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Seminar on Potteries in Ancient India, Patna, Potteries in ancient India. Patna, Dept. of Ancient Indian History & Archaeology, Patna University, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B P Sinha; Patna University.

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Ceramics and pottery in the ancient art of India. About the beginnings of the ceramic in the ancient art of India highlight the Neolithic period in which develops what may be called the first great civilization between and BC in the area which is known as “River Indus area” covering what is today Pakistan and also the northeast of India.

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With a wealth of colour photographs, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to a vibrant and sophisticated craft, examining local /5(3). The brand image of Bengal Potteries became very well known in India and at one time, controlled almost 80% of the market of tableware produced by the organized sector.

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