Tribal Arts in India: The National Inventory of Tribal Museums – an invitation for researchers and institutions engaged in conservation of tribal culture

Tribal Arts in India: The National Inventory of Tribal Museums (2012)
Foreword by Ganesh [GN] Devy (Project Director, Bhasha Research and Publication Center)
ISBN 9788192240558
Rs. 1400

This Inventory, if not an exhaustive listing of the rich diversity of the materials, is nonetheless a definite invitation for researchers and institutions engaged in conservation of tribal culture for a future exploration. The present volume is the base-line inventory and, it is hoped, will be followed by supplementary volumes in the future.

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