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  • '''Bengal Art''' (Colonial Period, 1757-1947) Art in Bengal developed in varied and diverse ways during the nearly two hundre ...thers, most of these artists were of moderate merit and fame. Though their art do not have much aesthetic significance, they, however, contributed greatly
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  • ...the earliest form of plastic art in which the Bengal artists excelled. The art products in terracotta or burnt clay satisfied the creative impulse of the ...a sure evidence of the use of clay as a most common and popular medium of art expression of the people from the very dawn of civilisation in this deltaic
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  • ...had set up twenty-two schools of industrial art, including the three major art schools in Madras, Bombay (Modern Mumbai) and Calcutta. Around 1878 another ...rts, European connoisseurs found a great deal that was admirable in Indian art. They drew the attention of European craftsmen to the excellence of the tec
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  • ...olkata in the second half of the 19th century through the establishment of art schools. In [[dhaka]] many paintings were done under the patronage of the N ...th its names appeared in Dhaka. But the city was not entirely without some art heritage. In the first half of the 19th century an artist by the name of Al
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  • '''Jago Art Centre''' see [[Dance Groups|dance groups]].
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  • '''Art and Crafts''' rank among the oldest as regards aesthetics in the history o [[Image:Art&CraftsBudha.jpg|thumbnail|300px|right|Buddha, Bronze sculpture, Paharpur]]
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  • ...e mats with designs of trees, birds, mosques etc are a combination of both art and handicraft. Folk art generally includes those articles that are traditionally made by communitie
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  • ...senting different phases of Indian art but with special emphasis on Bengal Art. ...t. In particular, the museum has a unique collection of the folk and rural art of the country, of Bengal terracotta through the ages, and of some of the f
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  • ..., the Deputy Commissioner of Narayanganj, three persons interested in folk art and crafts nominated by the government, the Director of the Institute of Fi [[Image:BangladeshFolkArtandCrafts.jpg|thumbnail|300px|right|Folk art and crafts products]]
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  • '''Arts and Crafts'''   see  [[Art and Crafts|art and crafts]]. [[Category:Art]]
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  • ...e, though still a student, was appointed by Lock as a teacher of geometric art in his school in 1864. Thus he became a student-cum-teacher. ...s art school in 1872 Shayamacharan joined that school as a teacher of Fine Art and Sculpture with the permission of Lock. As a teacher he supervised the e
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  • [[Image:ZainulAbedinMuseum.jpg|right|thumbnail|400px|Zainul Abedin Art Gallery in Mymensingh]] ...pieces of invaluable works of art scattered all over rural Bangladesh. The art centre started on 7 July 1975 in a colonial building owned by a Mr Barden w
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  • ...fondness for painting, he had managed to complete six- year-course in the Art School. Lastly he successfully passed the final examination in 1941. ...e had significant contributions to the development of the curricula of the Art Institute.
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  • ...olkata in the second half of the 19th century through the establishment of art schools. In [[dhaka]] many paintings were done under the patronage of the N ...th its names appeared in Dhaka. But the city was not entirely without some art heritage. In the first half of the 19th century an artist by the name of Al
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  • ...arship from the [[University of Calcutta|university of calcutta]] to study art in London. ...rs (from 1945). Afterwards he became the director of the Indian College of Art and Draftsmanship.
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  • '''Jago Art Centre''' see [[Dance Groups|dance groups]].
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  • ..., the Deputy Commissioner of Narayanganj, three persons interested in folk art and crafts nominated by the government, the Director of the Institute of Fi [[Image:BangladeshFolkArtandCrafts.jpg|thumbnail|300px|right|Folk art and crafts products]]
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  • '''Suhrawardy, Shahid''' (1890-1965) educationist, writer, art-critic and diplomat, was born on 24 October 1890 in the famous Suhrawardy f ...Rabindranath|rabindranath tagore]]'s invitation and researched on Iranian art in [[Santiniketan|santiniketan]] as the Nizam Professor.
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  • ...however, did not give up painting and got himself admitted in the Jubilee Art School of Calcutta where he studied for about four years. ...ing ''Smrti'' and the same year he was awarded by Calcutta Society of Fine Art for his painting ‘Pallipran’. When in 1922 and 1923 his paintings entit
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  • ...ations, conducting research on traditional heritage and culture, arranging art exhibitions and organising festivals of music and drama at national and int ...s. It publishes books, periodicals, souvenirs, etc on different aspects of art and culture.
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  • ...an art. The arts mentioned in Shukranitisara include caring for a boy, the art of holding power, athletics, swimming, climbing trees, writing the letters ...or the art of making balls for children's games; 62. vainayikividya or the art of taming wild animals and teaching them' games; 63. vaijayikividya or the
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  • ...and others. He, however, felt most comfortable with the Indian style. Fine art in India got a new lease of life in his hands. His most brilliant works are He founded the Indian Society of Oriental Art (1970). His paintings were displayed at exhibitions in London, Paris and Ja
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  • ...completing the study of art Deviprasad worked as a teacher in the Oriental Art Society of Calcutta. He worked there for long twenty-eight years as its Pri Besides paintings, Devi Prasad regularly practised the art of sculpture. He learnt sculpture from artist Hironmoy Chowdhury. He later
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  • ...ed instructions from Nilmoni Mukherjee. Bagchi, enrolled at the Government Art School in 1865, received training from HH Locke in woodcarving, engraving, ...popular artists and craftsmen on the one hand and the government sponsored art school educated 'Academic' genre of painters on the other. The third group
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  • ...xtiles, metalwork, porcelain, jewellery, other minor works of art and folk art. The archive of the museum is also enriched with many posters, pamphlets, n ...r galleries on the first floor of the museum building. A gallery of modern art temporarily occupies the space for an organized store.   
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  • ...titute in Dhaka in 1951 and by 1956 completed a graduation-level course in art. Devdas Chakravarty';s professional career began with a job of an art teacher at Armanitola High School in Dhaka in 1957. Later on he got the job
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  • ...by his father and grandfather and got admitted in the Government School of Art, Calcutta in 1904 at the age of 14. As a sculptor Haldar received his educa ...sequently, in 1924, he served as the principal of the Maharaja's School of Art and Crafts in Jaipur.
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  • ...means a tray, a pot, a container; and sai means a plant or planting. As an art form bonsai originated in China many centuries ago and Japan later borrowed
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  • ...of quilts and rags with artistic design. He also founded a museum of folk art in his village Binnogaon. ...solo exhibition of his own folk art at Open Air Exhibition of White Chapel Art Gallery in London in 1988. He had a joint exhibition of quilts and rags of
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  • ...much contemporary in feeling. It is mainly the womenfolk who have kept the art alive in this part of the subcontinent. They retain connections with age-ol ...s''' '''or embankments. Alpana does t occur in any of the ancient books on art, although the word Rangavali is mentioned in some of them.
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  • ...This is particularly true for the image of goddess Durga. This traditional art not only enhances the appearance of the Durga image, but also develops some
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  • ...e Chinese traveller Ma Huen, who visited Bengal in 1406 AD, mentioned this art in his travel accounts. Sakher hanri is also known as 'sakher chukai' or 'j [[Category:Art]]
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  • ...od he started to cherish a desire to become an artist inspired by the folk art items such as fairy tales, pithas (cakes) and embroidery works. ...n he got himself admitted in the newly established Government Institute of Art, Dhaka in 1948. He obtained his graduation in first division from this inst
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  • ...had set up twenty-two schools of industrial art, including the three major art schools in Madras, Bombay (Modern Mumbai) and Calcutta. Around 1878 another ...rts, European connoisseurs found a great deal that was admirable in Indian art. They drew the attention of European craftsmen to the excellence of the tec
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  • ...od stuff, are kept hanging there. The women are the makers of this form of art. Though shika is made for domestic uses, skills in art and the sense of beauty of the artisan find expression through it. Embroide
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  • ...y of Fine Arts at Philadelphia, USA during 1958-59. Hamidur Rahman took up art teaching alongside his work as a painter. He was a professor of fine arts a ...me of cultural references while trying to effect radical change in the way art was practiced. His experimentation with style and technique led him to ques
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  • '''De, Bishnu''' (1909-1982) poet, prose writer, cinema critic and art connoisseur, was born on 18 July 1909. His father was Abinash Chandra De, a ...uted stories and poems to different magazines in Kolkata. He also wrote on art, music and culture. A number of his books on prose and poetry have been pub
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  • ...eas of Bangladesh. It is both a culinary art and an important women's folk art. [[Category:Art]]
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  • ...ne. Though a great artist, Zoffany could never overcome his poverty by his art activities in Europe. European artists in Bengal, who returned home with gr ...ar-piece in St. John's Church in Calcutta. In the history of modern Indian art, Zoffany occupies an important place. Fellow of the Royal Academy, the Soci
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  • ...nj]]. Earlier it had been believed that the only extant piece of this folk art genre was a gazir pat preserved in the Asutosh Museum, Calcutta. ...ngladesh through the ages, 1992), Lokaxilper Bhubane (In the realm of folk art, 1993), Dhakar Banijyik Karukala (The commercial crafts of Dhaka, 1993), Lo
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  • ...rly. He was the music director and music teacher of [[Jago Art Centre|jago art centre]].
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  • ...Akshay Kumar|akshaya kumar maitreya]]. He was also influenced by the noted art historian Professor Stella Kramrisch, who taught both at the University of ...north Bengal with a view to collect information regarding the specimens of art and architecture of ancient Bengal. The reports on these explorations were
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  • '''Rahman, Mukhlesur''' (1924-1993) art historian. He was born on 1 February, 1924 in village Mugbelai of [[Kamarkh ...he was appointed the Director of the Museum and was made the Professor of Art History in the same organisation in 1982. He continued in the service of th
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  • '''Ahmed, Sayeed''' (1931-2010) playwright, art critic, civil servant, was born in Islampur of old Dhaka on 1 January 1931. ...ers of Bangladesh (1979), Contemporary Art (1980) and Contemporary Graphic Art of Bangladesh (1996). Sayeed Ahmed delivered a number of lectures on these
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  • ...n 18 September 1867. The family, famous for its immense wealth, patronised art and culture. Gaganendra lost his father at the age of only 14 and thus his ...ard labour he gave a new lease of life to ''The Indian Society of Oriental Art'' established in 1907.
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  • '''Baset, Kazi Abdul''' (1935-2002) painter, art teacher was born in Dhaka on 4 December 1935. His father was Abdul Jalil an ...ng he became the head of Drawing and Painting Department of the Government Art Institute. During this time (1991-94) he also acted as the Director of the
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  • ...senting different phases of Indian art but with special emphasis on Bengal Art. ...t. In particular, the museum has a unique collection of the folk and rural art of the country, of Bengal terracotta through the ages, and of some of the f
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  • ...e the development of sculpture department, Abdur Razzaq focused on his own art-works and sculptures. He was the Acting Director of the Institute of Fine A ...education in the USA. He was specially drawn to various methods of etched art such as etching, dry point, aquatint, matzo-tint and engraving. In addition
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  • ...earnt western art from the Italian artist-teacher Gilerdy and the oriental art techniques from its Principal Percy Brown. ...positions reflect flat treatment of colour, bold lines and candour of folk art.  
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  • ...enhance the artistic quality of films, create awareness about the value of art and promote conscious efforts to produce quality films. ...esh Film Society. It initiated an effective movement for the exhibition of art films, organising discussions, seminars and workshops, publication of a qua
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  • '''Shataranji''' is a creative art of weaving and technically it is similar to modern tapestry. In the past, S ...small market. As a result, shataranji; a unique, industrial and potential art form of weaving is now disappearing. '
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  • ...al''' (1882-1966) is considered to be one of the pioneers of modern Indian art. Though his paternal home was in Hoogly, Bengal, he was born on 3 December ...e of Abanindranath Tagore, the leader of the revivalist movement in Indian art. The movement, which later became known as the Bengal School, was related t
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  • ...tists were first published in Prabasi. Ramananda himself was interested in art studies and wrote on the Ajanta Cave paintings in the first issue. Besides ...ahire Bangali. Though creative writing was its forte, articles on history, art, archaeology, sociology, education, literature and literary theories, scien
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  • ...talent and international repute. He played a pioneering role in the modern art movement in Bangladesh that began, by all accounts, with the setting up of ...ts of Zainul Abedin and a few of his colleagues that a tradition of Modern Art took shape in Bangladesh just within a decade. For his artistic and visiona
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  • ...preading over almost eight thousand square metre area of its six sections- Art, Archaeology, Anthropology, Zoology, Geology and Botany with about one mill ...Shatavahana, Gandhara, Kusana, Gupta, Pala-Sena, Chandela, Hoysala, Chola art galleries besides the minor antiquity collections through the ages. A modes
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  • ...initiated rural artists and still in demand in the folk society. As a folk art it makes an important element of Bengal cultural heritage. ...f Rama, loves of Krishna, tale of Gazi etc became the themes of Hindu pata art.
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  • In 1946 he made attempts to get himself admitted to the Calcutta Art Institute. But his efforts went in vain as he could not submit the applicat In 1948 Imdad got himself admitted in the first batch to the Dhaka Art College in its first batch. But he left the college after two months. Then
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  • ...of autorickshaws or baby taxis. Rickshaw art has been compared to traffic art in other parts of the world, such as the decorated trucks of Pakistan. [[Image:RickshawArt.jpg|right|thumbnail|400px|Rickshaw art]]
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  • ...ent of Krishna. Being an attentive Krisha lover, Chaitannya introduced the art of devotional dance in the musical performance of Krishnaleela. Kabir tried
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  • ...r used to work on and thus developed a liking for art. Sultan knew that an art education was only possible in Calcutta, but family hardship stood in the w ..., who was a member of the governing body of the School, Sultan entered the Art School. Suhrawardy also offered him accommodation in his house, and the use
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  • ...h endeavoured to create a new form of drama by combining oriental dramatic art with western drama. Apart from writing original plays such as ''Kauravaviyo
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  • ...(BPS). He devoted himself to promoting and popularising photography as an art medium. He wrote a number of books on photography. Among them ''Adhunik Pho ...87). He was honoured as ESFIAP at the FIAP (Federation International de L' Art Photographique) 19th Congress in Germany (1987); Hon FPAD (the highest hono
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  • ...ratachari movement]], Manimela, Mukul Fauj etc. Apart from his interest in art, he was also interested in physical exercise and, in 1945, he became the Be ...ght at the same institute till 1960. In 1950, Quamrul Hassan organised the Art Group in Dhaka.
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  • ...y, fortune telling, horoscope and the like. Magic also plays a role in the art of modern advertisement of products. Modern entertainer magicians perform t ...e art to a sophisticated level. Some women also did well in performing the art. The most outstanding magician of Bangladesh is Jewel Aich, who entertain p
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  • ...shid, his Bengali heritage led him to explore the possibilities of jute in art. Working initially with jute and cotton, and then with jute, cotton and sil
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  • ...excavated material is in the collection of the [[Asutosh Museum of Indian Art|asutosh museum]] and the State Archaeological Museum, Calcutta, and in addi ...art in its stylistic affiliation seems to run a parallel course with those art objects of Gangetic India of c 350 BC through to c 500 AD. They reveal the
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  • ...ya [[Abedin, Zainul|zainul abedin]] was his teacher and while a student of art, he became close to celebrated painters like Quamrul Hassan and SM Sultan.
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  • ...acher in Nawabpur School. In 1954, he got appointed as a faculty member in Art Institute, Dhaka (presently Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Dhaka). In
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  • '''Embroidery''' art of ornamental needlework. Embroidery can be of two types: folk and formal. [[Category:Art]]
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  • ...ty. With this end in view, the magazine published articles on the history, art, literature and philosophy of [[Islam|islam]]. Whenever any unfounded and d
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  • [[Category:Art]]
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  • ...es, pamphlets and booklets on literature, history, geography, religion and art. These were published in two volumes in 1914 and 1922. [Ratan Lal Chakrabor
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  • ...ata, India), Gurusaday Dutt Museum (Kolkata, India) and the Museum of Folk Art and Crafts ([[Sonargaon|sonargaon]], Bangladesh) possess a large variety of ...the scroll paintings of Bangladesh are linked to the traditional pictorial art of continental India of the pre-Buddhist and pre-Ajanta epochs, and of Tibe
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  • ...dent of British painter CL Palmer. Later he joined the Calcutta Government Art School, where he came in contact with an eminent artist Pulin Kunda, and as In 1916, when Abanindranath Tagore left the Calcutta Art School, Jamini Prakash was appointed its Vice-Principal. Whenever Mr Percy
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  • ...s found at Ahichhatra with those of Paharpur have revealed a new school of art in burnt clay. K.N. Dikshit';s died just after retirement in 1944, marked t
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  • ...ala academy]], and Qamrunnessa School before founding his own school, Jago Art Centre, in 1959. He choreographed many [[Dance Drama|dance drama]]s, among
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  • ...rectangular hall contained a mixed collection of coins, beads and books on art. A second room showed models of village and town life, and ivory and silver
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  • ...imultaneously acted in both art film and commercial films. In the field of art film, he acted in cinemas like Hulia, Bachelor, Matritva, Bhohubrihi, Aha! Humayun Faidi taught as a guest teacher on the art of acting for sometime in the Department of Theater of Dhaka University. He
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  • ...nes of human knowledge, especially history, literature, language, culture, art and the archaeology of Bengal. His sagacity probably influenced Kumar [[Ray ...nd and authoritative knowledge of ancient and medieval history, and of the art and iconography of Bengal.
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  • ...fond of writing poetry and painting. He also studied for some time at the Art College of [[Tagore, Abanindranath|abanindranath tagore]]. His first poem w
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  • ...ulture during the Pala and Husain Shahi period. The Mughals too patronized art and culture of the area. ...hulam Hussein Salim is of opinion that Alivardi Khan was an avid patron of art and culture. Some of the paintings of his court, entitled ‘Nawab Alivardi
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  • ...duced a new trend in Bangla literature by denying all divisions of Western art in the light of thousand-year old outlook of the Babgalis. Dramatist Selim Al Deen was an exponent of dualistic dualism theory of art, the fusion theory, and new ethnic theory. Because of his extraordinary con
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  • ..., religion, politics and biography. He first made his name in the field of art history, a subject that became the basis for his experiments on an integrat ...cture. This intensified his interest in art and also made him realise that art cannot be studied in isolation from society, the state and the broader cult
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  • ...there that, those people had subdued wild elephants. The Austrics knew the art of weaving cotton clothes and could produce sugar from sugarcane. They main
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  • ...a academy]] was established in 1955. In 1959 Gauhar Jamil established Jago Art Centre. The next year [[Chhayanaut|chhayanaut]] was founded. Subsequently o ...Rawshan Jamil, a former dancer and widow of Gauhar Jamil, supervised Jago Art Centre till her death in 2002.
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  • ...fter the invention of printing press it was known as commercial art as the art form was used frequently to fulfill commercial requirements. Graphic design
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  • ...Shyam Shankar was a connoisseur of performing arts. To him dance was both art and worship. Uday himself was instinctively inclined to dance and painting. ...With him also came Miss Alice Bonner, an influential Swiss sculptress and art historian. With Alice Bonner, Uday Shankar visited all parts of India in se
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  • ...Later, it took part in the World Photographic Exhibition held at the Leeds Art Gallery, Photokina Award Festival in Germany, and UNESCO World Exhibition o
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  • ...hetic standard of the Mauryan sculpture it can be easily inferred that the art had a long and continuous heritage. Facial expression, hairstyle, head-orna A kind of terracotta art style was in vogue throughout the Ganga-Jamuna Valley and Central India dur
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  • ...who learn and practise karate to take the oath that they will not use this art to take revenge or with a motive to cause injury. They pledge to use it jus ...gh foreigners. In the beginning, a number of karate players learnt martial art in Burma (Myanmar) and after returning home, some of them opened training c
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  • ...uding the exercise of the power to levy taxes and fees at the local level (Art. 60). ...d elects from amongst the elected members a Speaker, and a Deputy Speaker (Art. 74). The Speaker and, in his absence, the Deputy Speaker, presides over th
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  • ...shop, Satsanga Press and Publishing House, Satsanga Charitable Dispensary, Art Centre, Maternity Centre, Cottage Industrial Centre, Satsanga Agricultural
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  • '''Bengal Art''' (Colonial Period, 1757-1947) Art in Bengal developed in varied and diverse ways during the nearly two hundre ...thers, most of these artists were of moderate merit and fame. Though their art do not have much aesthetic significance, they, however, contributed greatly
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  • ...Asutosh Museum of Indian Art|asutosh mookerjee]][[Asutosh Museum of Indian Art|,]] Girindra Sekhar Bose, Tara Prasanna Roy etc of the day were associated
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  • ...a sculpture (Fig.2) of Gupta era found in [[Mahasthangarh|mahasthangarh]]. Art form of both the sculptures are almost same. The best example of classical Gupta art form found at Mongolkot is a sculpture of an young lady wearing a heavy nec
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  • ...rvedic medicine, Gangadhar also wrote books on Sanskrit grammar, rhetoric, art and literature. He also wrote poems and plays in Sanskrit. Among his books
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  • Kali Prasanna was a patron of art and culture, particularly of the theatre. He himself established a theatre Kali Prasanna Singh was known to his contemporaries as a great patron of art and culture, a zealous advocate of widow remarriage, a reformer of society
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  • ...complete. If sex is ignored, human society will disappear. This is why the art of sex, like the other three pursuits, is regarded in the Hindu scriptures ...books to write his Kamasutra in 7 sections and 36 chapters. Apart from the art of love-making, Kamasutra discusses many aspects of Indian society, giving
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  • ...number of well-read writings. James Fergusson was also the first among the art-historian to have studied Indian Architecture by analysing the style and di ...int out and characterise. His treatise on The True Principles of Beauty in Art, an early publication, is a most thoughtful metaphysical study. Some of his
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  • ...nakshi kantha]], publishing one of the first serious articles on this folk art in JISOA in 1929. Some of the kanthas he collected, along with other folk a
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  • ...a, found from Faridpur and now preserved in the [[Asutosh Museum of Indian Art|asutosh museum]], Calcutta, to the 10th-11th century. ...was intermingling of exotic trend with the local one and a mixed system of art was the consequent result.
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  • ''See also'' [[Folk Art and Crafts|folk arts and crafts]]. [[Category:Art]]
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  • ...nds, though now blank, must have been originally enlivened with terracotta art. ...g illustrates a happy blend of Mughal plaster design with local terracotta art. With the exception of its terracotta ornamentation, the Gorai Mosque appea
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  • ...porary social affairs, which until then had been beyond the purview of the art of pilgrimage centres. ...l. It was left to Rudyard Kipling to be charmed by the terse beauty of the art and to acquire a lot which was to be donated in 1917 to the Victoria and Al
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  • ...Indian art. For a better understanding of Rakhaldas' exposition of Indian art in a greater perspective one has to go through the chapters on sculpture an ...Guptas, Rakhaldas carefully distinguished the stylistic features of Gupta art manifested in different regions and referred to Mathura, Varanasi (Saranath
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  • ...emporaries for his achievements as a conqueror, administrator and lover of art and culture. Akbar's accession, after the accidental death of his father [[ ...ali era in Bengal subah. Akbar's reign witnessed remarkable development in art and architecture. Among Bengal cities Rajmahal (named Akbarnagar) and Hughl
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  • ...workshop, create short films and arranges film shows. The Photography and Art Culture Association organises photography workshop and exhibition.
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  • ...towed on him by his patron, who is reported to have been an avid patron of art and culture.
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  • ...la-Lok'khir pat, Lok'Khi Shara) is a traditional expression of Bengal folk art. Laksmi is the Hindu goddess of wealth, beauty, prosperity and fertility. T ...shing lines too never go astray. The styles have all the qualities of folk-art. The preference is for outline drawing and flat colours without tonality. G
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  • From 1777 to 1782 Sheikh Zainuddin worked on Whiteman art paper manufactured in England for his transparent watercolour sketches. For
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  • ...l also offers extra curricular activities such as debating, science fairs, art competitions, and has active athletic teams for basketball, football, and v
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  • ...d was liberally used in this monument. It is indeed a museum of terracotta art where as many as 13 patterns are found embellishing its wall surface. Ghiya
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  • ...Kantha Tradition of Bangladesh, Whitechapel, London, 1988; Niaz Zaman, The Art of Kantha Embroidery, 2nd rev. ed., University Press, Dhaka, 1993. [[Category:Art]]
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  • ...ndred years of Pala rule (8th-12th century AD), many centres of sculptural art flourished simultaneously in different regions of the extensive empire of B ...continued through the 8th century and culminated in a specialized idiom of art in the early 9th century. As the sculpture derived its strength and inspira
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  • ...gan, Murshidigan, Meyeli geet, mystic songs, etc. Besides, Bangladesh Folk Art and Crafts Foundation (Sonargaon) arranges for various folk festivals throu ...urist spots'' [[Bangladesh Folk Art and Crafts Foundation|bangladesh folk art and crafts foundation]] ([[Sonargaon|sonargaon]]) Panam Nagar, Russell Park
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  • ...the earliest form of plastic art in which the Bengal artists excelled. The art products in terracotta or burnt clay satisfied the creative impulse of the ...a sure evidence of the use of clay as a most common and popular medium of art expression of the people from the very dawn of civilisation in this deltaic
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  • ...stablishing and leading various organisations such as Lekhak Sangha, Dhaka Art School (1948) and Diabetic Association. Abdul Ghani was also an urbane and
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  • ...do not bear either inscriptions or ornamentation except a few [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] floral motives and some plasterwork on the walls of the main t
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  • ...f the mosque. The eastern facade wall shows panel decoration. [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] plaques with depiction of floral and creeper patterns, horse,
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  • Radhanath Shikder was one of the founders of the Calcutta Art and Craft Society in 1854. Together with [[Mitra, Peary Chand|peary chand m
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  • ...ge without any dialogue. It is now recognised as an independent performing art. ...be performed sporadically at village fairs, the pantomime as a performing art form in Bangladesh emerged only in the early seventies. Partha Pratim Majum
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  • ...rch, economics and poverty alleviation, art and culture, song, dance, fine art, dramatic performance, sculpture, heroes of language movement etc. Each awa ...ss, side actor and actress, song director, photographer, composer of song, art director, sound man, singer, juvenile artist, dance director, tuner, make-u
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  • Oral literature as well as folk art is regarded as part of the formalised stream of folk culture. Bangladesh ha ...d. Evolving from what was a devotional art, alpana has become a decorative art and is done on floors, pillars, walls, winnowing platters and baskets, on t
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  • ...ung apprentices were placed under an Ustad (master craftsman) to learn the art and become experts themselves in course of time. A high-standing royal offi
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  • ...) from Majumder Academy in Pabna and studied painting (1927) at the Indian Art Academy in Kolkata. For some time he worked as a journalist in the magazine
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  • ...end of the 1960s, many new packaging factories such as Eastern Regal, Fine Art Press, Elite Press and Padma Press were set up. Quality calendars, cigarett
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  • ...e Madhupur Clay had played a distinct role in the civil engineering works, art and culture of the ancient Bengal.
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  • ...At the four corners there were four octagonal turrets having [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] designs. The eastern wall had the 4.6ft main entrance with two
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  • Bishwo Shahitto Kendro has a nine-storied cultural complex with an art gallery, a theatre stage, a children's centre, three auditoriums, a centre ...e classified such as education, politics, philosophy, history, literature, art and aesthetics, music, film, theatre, dance, religion, economics, sociology
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  • While at Dhaka, Dani was active in the study of local history, its art and architecture and inscriptions, and published three monographs, ''Biblio ...Indus site at Rehman Dehri and Indo-Greek sites in the Dir region, Gadhara art sites near Peshawar and Swat valley. In the 1980s Dani discovered the Neoli
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  • [[Image:Kahar.jpg|right|thumbnail|300px| Kahar (miniature art from Peabody Museum, Salem, USA)]]
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  • ...ment of arts and architecture as well as calligraphy. Manifestation of the art of calligraphy in Bengal are limited to inscriptions found on the walls of ...e of the Bengal style was delicacy and refinement, while the aims of Delhi art under the early sultans were strength and grandeur.
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  • ...earthquake of 1897, exhibits the exuberance of [[Terracotta Art|terracotta art]] at its best in Bangladesh. ...h inside and out, pulsates with an amazing profusion of figured and floral art in unbroken succession.
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  • ...ig-1), which is regarded as one of the best examples of the metal caster’s art, is no exception. The body form of these sculptures is more elongated than Some of these sculptures may be regarded as excellent examples of the art of the Sena period for their superb execution, technical perfection and phy
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  • ...and philosophy, but had a great deal of interest in history, sociology and art as well.
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  • ...cultural scene also witnessed major changes. Dance artistes cultivated the art with the benefit of new perceptions and renewed vigour. Many Bangladeshi ar ...ess minute emotions. In short, it can be said that Bharatnatyam links many art forms and gives symbolic form to the innermost feelings and sentiments.
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  • ...y adorned with artistic subtly and creative design has made their way into art exhibitions and museums. With the passage of time, the development of wares
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  • ...went to the United States on a scholarship for higher studies in dramatic art at the East-West Centre in Hawaii. He then took permanent residence in New
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  • ...t it is impossible to believe that they are the earliest expression of the art in Bengal. They represent a mature style that could only have evolved throu ...e the historical value of the narrative, it suggests the prevalence of the art of painting in Bengal even in the pre-Christian period.
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  • ...reating images of gods and goddesses. With the establishment of Government Art School in Kolkata in 1864, posters printed in the litho method became popul ...s at that time were: Pakistan Cooperative Book Society Press, Regal Press, Art Press and others. From 1960 to 1980, political posters were used to make pu
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  • ...have acquired proficiency in different branches of Literature, Science and Art and of rewarding them by Academical degrees as evidence of their respective
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  • ...eshi and Indian public collections only to find their way into the Western art market. [[Image:BronzeSculpture2.jpg|thumbnail|400px|left|Fig.2 Visnu Art Institute of Chicago]]
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  • ...eation of Dhamapala, proudly announces the excellence of the architectural art achieved in the Pala period. It is the largest Buddhist Vihara in the India ...al history cannot be overemphasised. There is no doubt that the terracotta art reached a high water mark in the Pala period. Specimens of Pala architectur
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  • ...ary critic, Mohitlal attempted to set standards and reveal the problems of art and literature. His psychological and poet-like approach greatly elevated t
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  • ...e not the most ancient or oldest paintings of Bengal. The tradition of the art was surely known in the region long before that time. ...rpur may also be taken into consideration. The slabs are comparable to the art work as these are executed in 'relief' form providing a kind of natural pic
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  • ...Entrance examination from Chittagong Government School in 1868, FA (First Art) in 1870 from Chittagong College, and passed BA examination from Kolkata Ca
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  • ...death. His aptitude in photography since his student life leads him to the art of cinematography. Later he was inclined to digital media and broadcasting.
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  • ...tory and Classical Art (3) Ethnography and Decorative Art (4) Contemporary Art and World Civilisation (5) Conservation Laboratory (6) Public Education and ''History and Classical Art'' This is a very rich department in the museum which deals with the archae
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  • ...ation of the holy [[quran]], the singing of the azan is a highly developed art."(''Shorter Encyclopedia of Islam'', 1981, p.16). However, some Hambal
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  • ...e subcontinent to participate in museum activity. The School of Industrial Art was founded in Calcutta in 1854 as an outcome of the impetus provided by th ...am, and the Museum there developed as a repository of Pala-Sena sculptural art as well as the remains of the cities of [[Gaur, City|gaur]] and [[Pandua|pa
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  • ...tage site. This is an ancient old Hindu temple decorated with [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]]. It is unlike other common type of Hindu temples in the subcon
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  • The style combined traditional art with modern technology and functions and favoured Mughal forms such as arch
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  • ...e mats with designs of trees, birds, mosques etc are a combination of both art and handicraft. Folk art generally includes those articles that are traditionally made by communitie
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  • ...n display in the [[Asutosh Museum of Indian Art|asutosh museum]] of Indian Art, Calcutta. It may have been collected from Faridpur. All these, however, pr
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  • ...for only 39 years but left his mark of talent as a painter. He held three art exhibitions in Dhaka – in 1982, 1985 and 1988. The second exhibition
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  • ...the 16th century, ivory craftsmanship came under the influence of western art. The British used to import elephant tusks from Africa to make different pr [[Category:Art]]
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  • ...own as machine finish or MF, super calendar, antique finish and coated and art paper. MF is the common paper for printing. It is white, not stiff and medi ...s loading. When this paper is smoothened or calendered well it is known as art or coated paper. Such paper is essential for printing fine screen halftone
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  • ...nd shoulder-length hair. Jesus is often depicted on the cross. In medieval art, he was often represented as a baby, usually with his mother, Mary. [Selmon
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  • ...tablished Gandaria Primary School and a Social Welfare Centre. A patron of art and culture, Badrunnessa turned her residence into a centre of cultural act
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  • ...kala' or 'Virakullu'. It is an enigmatic item in Indian archaeological and art-historical writings. The earliest references to hero-stones occur in the Ta ...upta, 'Hero Stone of West Bengal: A Preliminary Report', Journal of Bengal Art, 4, Dhaka, 1999.
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  • ...ladesh Copyright Act 2000. Most of the creative people involve in writing, art and culture are reluctant to preserve and bring their creative products, in
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  • ...art came to be recognised as a distinct phase of Eastern Indian Sculptural Art. Only a few literary works of the period have survived. Among them the Rama
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  • ...to Malaya, Sumatra, Java, and Bali, where he delivered lectures on Indian art and culture. He represented Calcutta University at the second session of th
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  • ...a part-time job for others. It is traditionally a family business and the art of snake charming is passed on from one generation to the other. The secrec
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  • ...raordinary variety of architectural treasures and various other objects of art and culture. Devaparvata is a great landmark in the reconstruction of the h ...gis. These remarkable cultural features of the city have left some mark in art, architecture and other aspects of life as are amply manifest in the excava
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  • ...fficiency in teaching and inspired his students in literature, performance art and music. He played an important role in materialising the education ideal
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  • ...ndramohan Tagore (d. 1898) was one of the earliest Indians to have studied art at the Royal Academy. ...g. Abanindranath Tagore is taken as the founder of modern Bengal School of Art. Dwijendranath's second son Sudhindranath Tagore (1869-1929) was a renowned
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  • ...wrote five books of poems and a novel as well as essays on paintings, the art of rhetoric etc. He died on 18 December 1952. [Satyanarayan Chakraborty]
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  • ...to an architecture that left a permanent impression on subsequent building art. [ABM Husain]
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  • ...ports and Spectators''''' Spectators are the life of any sports meet. The art of playing games and sports become successful when the stadium is poured wi ...s mind. Similarly synchronised swimming, diving are not less than any fine art in terms of aesthetics, accuracy and rhythm.
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  • ...h is mostly familiar to the Bengali, however, it is a powerful creation of art which may create a big Ragas being assembled to various tunes. Like a garla
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  • ...was only about twenty-five. Many years later, she came back to performing art, but this time as only a singer when [[Gramophone|gramophone]] Company reco
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  • ...nology, Computer Club, Debating Society, Environment Club, Photography and Art Culture Association. [Md Ashik Iqbal]
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  • ...d archaeology. They had a common interest in studies and research into the art and archaeology of Bengal. Hence their lifelong effort was to reveal the gl
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  • ...y blind. While blind, he also edited a book on the hundred years of Indian Art College. In 1958, he gave commemorative speeches on Vidyasagar and in 1968
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  • ...uildings of [[Chittagong University|chittagong university]] (1998) and the Art and Humanities Faculty Building of [[Jahangirnagar University|jahangirnagar
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  • ...hrab of the mosque provides a fine specimen of a revival of old terracotta art of the land. The spandrels of the beautiful cusped arch of the mihrab are a
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  • ...ar|gauhar jamil]]. The couple got married in 1952 and together set up Jago Art Centre (1959). After the untimely death of Gauhar Jamil in a road accident
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  • ...d Rajshahi (1968). He also participated in many national and international art exhibitions from 1956 to 2001. He was an artist with great creativity. He u
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  • ...roficiency of all persons in different branches of Literature, Science and Art. Such persons would be rewarded by Academic Degrees as evidence of their at ...Art|asutosh museum of indian art]] was inaugurated, exhibiting objects of Art and Archeology including hundreds of items like paintings, sculptures, bron
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  • ...s Voice released a long-playing record on him. For his achievements in the art of magic he was known worldwide as ''Jadusamrat'' or emperor of magic. His
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  • ...9 acres. The buildings include: Administrative Office, Auditorium, Museum, Art Gallery and Publication and Lecture Theater building. ...ssues have been introduced, which include: drawing, music, dance, dramatic art, recitation, elocution and reading, playing Tabla, Guiter, Spoken English a
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  • She kept on practicing the art of fighting with ''Lathi ''(stick) under the revolutionary Dinesh Majumder.
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  • ...this evolution. The Gupta School inspired the Bengal School of sculptural art distinctly in the ''Pala'' period. The Gupta period is also remarkable for
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  • Nasiruddin Mahmud was a great patron of art and architecture and during his reign a large number of mosques, ''khanqas'
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  • The Art College (now Faculty of Fine Arts) Building in Dhaka University designed by ...he buildings a sense of order and primordial power. While in the design of Art College and Chittagong University, Muzharul Islam was seeking for strong ha
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  • ...plant material alive for shipping. Wallich also took an interest in Indian art and history. As the first director of the Oriental Museum of the Asiatic he
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  • ...ample of single domed structures in Bengal, not only in Sultanate building art, but also in Mughal architecture. Its great contributions to the developmen
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  • The mosque was originally decorated with exquisite [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] ornamentation, much of which has already disappeared. The east
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  • ...nd magical element, power or sakti, knowledge of sacred rites and wondrous art. In the Upanisads it is used as prakriti, prapavca, illusion and mystery. T
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  • ...tendu leaf used to make quality bidi. He also trained local youths in the art of bidi making, which had undergone changes because of the introduction of
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  • ...and the attractive red-crowned crane Grus japonensis is prominent in their art. Cranes are, in fact, long-lived birds- one captive Siberian crane died at
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  • ...ughal period, the present example strongly bears the stamp of the regional art tradition of the sultanate period, such as the terracotta ornamentation, th
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  • ...f goiter have also been mentioned in ancient Indian, Egyptian, and Chinese art and literature; marine fish and algae were used as food for its cure. It ha
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  • .... Noapara Jamania Art Press played a remarkable role in the cultivation of art and culture in the region. The first monthly magazine Mukul, edited by Poet
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  • ...sh. [[Jamil, Gauhar|gauhar jamil]], who had started [[Jago Art Centre|jago art centre]], staged Tagore’s dance drama'' Samanya Ksati ''as well as ''Kavc ...ging ''Rupvan'', Jhankar Lalitkala Academy staging'' Gunaibibi'', and Jago Art Centre staging ''Kanchanmala ''and ''Radhar Manbhavjan''. Social issues als
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  • ...Thailand and Indonesia where many of the traditional dances and pictorial art are based on stories from the epic. [Sambaru Chandra Mohanta]
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  • ...type Jami Masjid consisting of exposed red-tinged bricks with [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] ornamentation both on the exterior and interior. It is at pres
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  • ''Tourist spots'' Bangladesh Folk Art and Crafts Foundation at Sonargaon. ...16, fairs 6, most noted of which are Ananda Bazar Hat, Kaikartek Hat, Folk Art and Crafts Mela, Luknath Brahmachari Mela, Gachhtala Mela at Mangalgram,' P
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  • In the field of decorative art, especially in terracotta and carved brick ornamentation, the craftsmen of
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  • ...gible things made, manipulated, designed, shaped, altered, and used. It is art, craft, architecture, furnishing, clothing, and food. More importantly, mat ...hough subjected to epistemological critique, has supporters not only among art historians but also among historians of technology. For example, Brooke Hin
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  • ...t, Gazighat, Mangalghat, Laksmisada bear testimony to the ancient potters' art of Bengal. ...of interior decoration rather than of household necessity. The traditional art of pottery is now finding a new life and status. [SS Mostafizur Rahman]
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  • ...One who specialised himself in wielding lathi and who lived on the martial art came to be known as lathial.
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  • ...er mother sold her to Bishu, a dancing girl of Delhi. Bishu taught her the art of dancing. Munni travelled to different royal houses of India with Bishu's
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  • ...s eunuchs are associated with it and it is they who are still keeping this art alive. Khemta dances are characterised by complex foot movements and meanin ...o. For the first ten days of Muharram, the lathi players demonstrate their art in the courtyards of houses, at cross sections of roads and finally at the
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  • ...ll in many branches of knowledge. His essays contain profound discourse on art, literature, culture, civilization, anthropology, sociology, and philosophy
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  • In Bangladesh, circus being a performing art till now is enjoyed by common audience together irrespective of sex and age
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  • ....74%, female 62.41%. Noted educational institutions: BL College, Daulatpur Art College (1902), Daulatpur High School (1874), Mohsin Secondary School (1867
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  • ...l remains, are encouraging. Excavations have recovered over 150 objects of art and artifacts of daily use including stone sculptures, inscriptions, terrac ...ked up loose from the southwest corner of the monastery, some [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] plaques depicting human and animal figures were salvaged from
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  • ...y Library, Bryn Mawr Dormitories, Yale Art Gallery, Salk Institute, Kimble Art Museum, Management Centre at Ahmedabad, India, Family Planning Centre, Nepa
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  • ...dical named ''Amrita Probaha'' from this press, which dwelt on literature, art, science and agriculture. Apart from being the compositor, pressman and edi
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  • ...sic in Dhaka Betar regularly since 1957. He was able to make an individual art of performance in combination of creativity and knowledge he acquired.
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  • ...clude the history of films, criticism, aesthetics, editing, screenplay and art direction. Noted alumni are Morshedul Islam (produced films titled ''Agami'
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  • ...also showed his talent in film-direction. He was active in the mainstream art-film movement of Bangladesh till his last days. Among the films directed by
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  • ...and directed by Udayan Chowdhury (Ismail Mohammad) and produced by Rangila Art Corporation and in the film Dukkhe Jader Jiban Gada written, directed and p
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  • The Surya image is undoubtedly a remarkable sample of East Indian Art. However, the most important object is the inscribed image of Sarvani. This
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  • ...of different religions in Orissa was the basis of such abundant output of art.
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  • One aspect of the versatile talent of Jyotirindranath Tagore was his art of painting. He was expert in painting human images. After spending a busy
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  • ...ement of the Maurya emperor Ashoka (c BC 273-232) as the patron of glyptic art, though his atelier was situated at Chunar, a place not far from Benaras, a ...They show that from the very beginning Bengal art was an extension of the art of Ganga-Jamuna valley. The well-known Bharhut style, exhibiting low relief
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  • ...a oneness with nature and for a reunification of religion, philosophy, and art that had been thought to be lost in the western world. The monistic and ide
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  • ...e contribution of Nazrul in particular and on the tradition of literature, art, and culture of the country in general.
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  • ...itri (1950), Mother India, The Age of Kalidasa, The Significance of Indian Art, Lights on Yoga, A System of National Education, The Renaissance in India,
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  • '''''Traditional system''''' an art of healing based on traditional use of plants, animals, and other natural s ...1976; Abdul Ghani, Traditional Medicine (Origin, Practice and State-of-the Art). In: Traditional Medicine (ed Abdul Ghani, Jahangirnagar University, Savar
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  • ...gs. These ruins showed the use of red burnt bricks as well as [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] tablets having designs, as in the architecture of buildings du
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  • ...n manzil]] Palace erected by him is an excellent testimony to the building art of the time.
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  • ...ancient Indian history and of the study of Indian epigraphy, numismatics, art and architecture. He was a true pioneer. However, his most important contri
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  • The art of kite making requires a good working knowledge of geometry and specialise
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  • ...ly applied this concept towards the beginning of the 20th century when his Art Theatre group brought about a substantial transformation in theatre. Its in
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  • ...festyle and values they presented unique characteristics. In the arenas of art, culture and politics their roles were prominent. ...ike corporate executives, civil bureaucrats, professionals, intellectuals, art workers, industrialists and businessmen emerged in the urban areas. A large
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  • ...assemblage indicates a sophisticated urban life where citizens indulged in art. Period IV stratigraphically represents the so-called Gupta period. The yie
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  • ...of Dhaka|university of dhaka]]. His involvement in politics and studies of art, culture and philosophy stepped up his intellectual level during his univer
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  • ...e many others in the country, example of a happy blending of two different art traditions ' the Sultanate style and the Mughal style. The former is best r
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  • ...ist, broad chest and graceful developed features recall the classical Pala art, somewhat different from those of Mainamati which are characterised by more
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  • ...imming and tenis. Introduction of the faculties of Table Tenis and Marshal Art (Taikand, Usho and Karate) is now under process.
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  • ...o the account of Shihabuddin Talish about the society, economic condition, art of warfare, physical features of the country, manners and customs, the dise
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  • The art of [[pottery]] is perhaps as old as human civilisation. Initially, it start
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  • ...hristian monk. Gradually, the meaning of the word was extended to building art to denote lighthouses, and during the time of the Muslims to include not on
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  • ...h Rudlavi and Hadith literature from Ahmadullah Allami. He also learnt the art of reciting the Quran at an early age. At the age of eighteen, Karamat Ali
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  • ...ople. The Kamasutra mentions 64 arts, including the knowledge of gems, the art of stringing garlands and necklaces, of making ear ornaments, and using jew ...ravellers note the lavish use of jewellery at court. Under the Mughals the art of setting stones in precious metal attained a peak of perfection. Some orn
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  • ...nd society. He was deeply philosophical and had a taste for literature and art, of which he has left ample evidence in his writings, particularly in his B
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  • ...ifty social and cultural organizations of the country like Bangla Academy, Art College, Islamic Foundation, City College etc.
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  • ...chology, ecological sciences (geography, cartography), statistics, various art forms, library science and more recently computer science. The latter three
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  • ...r personal and corporate customers, backed by the state–of–the-art technology and a team of highly motivated professionals. As an integral par
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  • ...ity-consciousness, it also demonstrates the poet's philosophy of death and art.
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  • ...raphy and oriental civilisation. Later he became the professor of Oriental art at Harvard. His ''banian'' at Calcutta was Rajendra Dutt, a leading intelle
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  • The art of making jamdani designs on fine fabric reached its zenith during Mughal r ...ue''''' The mastery of muslin cloth weaving used to depend usually on the art of making yarns. The most appropriate time for making yarns was early morni
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  • ...na story. Every male member has a female partner, whom he initiates in the art of love. There is also a diksa-guru, an initiator guide, who initiates disc
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  • ...ed on the basis of [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]], religious images, temple art, sculptures, wood and ivory works, etc. The following furniture, according Every Hindu home has some pieces of religious art which include [[Ganesh|ganesh]], the idol of the god of the same name; Laks
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  • ...giving them any institutional training in local history, languages and the art of administration. For governance point of view, it seemed to empire builde
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  • ...rate. Subsequent development of different specialised crafts like creative art activities, ceramic industry, metal technology, stone bead technology, bone ...nd South-East Asia - Early Trade and Cultural Contacts', Journal of Bengal Art, No. 4, Dhaka,1998; Amita Ray, 'Chalcolithic Culture in West-Bengal', in As
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  • ...y the lives of very ordinary, hungry, neglected and hard working people in art. To him short stories were a unique medium to do so. In writing short stori
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  • ...in English and Bangla on history, archaeology, epigraphy, numismatics and art. His research articles were published in leading contemporary journals and
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  • ...'Semi-precious Stone Beads', 'Glass Beads' published in Journal of Bengal Art, 2, 4, 5, Dhaka, 1998-2000; Pawankar, S, MM Hoque, Ahasan, SMK and Rahman,
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  • ...Dhaka city. Learners of this region were introduced to the western modern art, science and philosophy of the West for the first time. Inspired by the new
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  • ...y, myths, anecdotes, [[Purana|purana]]s, theology, economics, warfare, the art and science of sex, philosophy, morality and the idea of salvation. Because
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  • ...July 1978. From 1980 he began lecturing as a part-time teacher at the Fine Art Institute of Dhaka University for some time and led many research projects.
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  • ...yana's Kama Sutra states that the profession of CSW was a highly developed art in India and it remains a well-established trade in most Indian cities. It
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  • ...ry; livestock; cooperatives; small and cottage industries; social welfare; art and culture; non-reserved roads and bridges; recreations, games and parks;
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  • ..., were found plentifully strewn around the mosque. The delicate terracotta art representing floral and arabesque designs depicted string courses, blind me
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  • ...tions: university 6, medical college 1, homeopathic college 1, college 27, art college 1, polytechnic institute 6, secondary school 50. Noted educational
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  • ...esh is the solo performance by a ''bahurupi'', a person well versed in the art of costuming, mimicry and imitation. In the past, he stayed in one place fo
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  • ...anga Monument. Replicas are being replaced around 822 in situ [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] plaques on the temple wall of the Paharpur Buddhist Vihara. Be ...books named- ''An Album of Archaeological Relics in Bangladesh, Sculptural Art of Bangladesh, and Archaeological Survey Report of Bogra District'' etc wer
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  • ...b 20, library 11, theatre stage 1, theatre group 1, women organisation 30, art school 1, music school 1, literary organisation 2.
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  • ...sis of the two main sources, the pre-Muslim tradition of the land, and the art of building forts brought by the Muslims. The fort architecture was develop
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  • ...e name, 'Durukhi' or 'Durukhiya' (double faced) Devi, a specimen of Shunga art 2-1 century BC. The figures are shown grabbing and breaking branches of tre
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  • ...' (1985), ''Rabindra-Rachanar Rabindra-byakhya'' (1986), ''Rabindra-Bakyey Art Sangeet O Sahitya'' (1986), ''Amara ki Jabo-na Tader Kachhey Jara Shudhu Ba
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  • ...Deb, and Rajendralal Mallik. In December 1814 the Society inaugurated its Art Gallery. The Asiatic Society inaugurated in 1841 its Museum of Economic Geo
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  • ...ts' vision and signal a departure from the placid and quiet world of Gupta art. In the delineation of ornaments and jewellery, the artists' penchant for v
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  • ''Newspapers and periodicals'' Britta (art and literary magazine) and Doansh (literary magazine).
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  • ...ent for mass education (Lokashiksa) was added and in 1938 the Shilpasadan (Art Institute).
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  • ...d brick paved floor, terracotta well) and cultural objects (a [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] head of Gupta period, huge number of ceramics) were brought to ...sometimes crude, without any proportion or definition of form. Though the art is technically crude and imperfect, but its social content is intensely hum
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  • ...ocations, inauguration ceremonies, harvesting and even teaching of martial art to women. This has made Tagore songs an essential part of life of the Benga
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  • ...s display of elegant artistic postures with beats and rhythms. The ancient art of dancing can be divided into three categories. These are: dance of small ...dancing statues found at Mohenjo-Daro prove the ancient antecedence of the art of dancing in the subcontinent. Evidence of dancing has also been found in
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  • ...tus by the University of Dhaka (1967) and awarded 'Knight of the Orders of Art and Letters' by the French government (1967) for his lifetime achievement i
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  • ...ishchandra Ray were all dedicated to literature. They were also patrons of art and culture. Together with a friend, Nimaicharan translated ‘Xri Chaitany ...Sangkat (1955), Kanthaswar (1956), Rabindranath (1962), Prabandha (1964), Art (1968), Gandhi (1970), Pran Raksa O Bangsha Raksar Adhikar (1970), Banglar
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  • '''Ayurvedic Medicine''' ancient Hindu art of medicine for the treatment of various diseases. At the time of the Briti
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  • ...the European overseas colonies, because they were well specialized in the art and science of agriculture.
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  • ...plaques are the most numerous, attractive and representative of local folk art. They are remarkable both for their crude but vigorous style and local char
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  • ...otherhood, Prudence and Learning. Surrounding the main dome are figures of Art, Architecture, Justice, Charity etc. The spaciousness and restraint of the
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  • ...University since he did not pull well with Sir [[Asutosh Museum of Indian Art|asutosh mookerjee]], though earlier they were friends.
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  • ...e style of garnishing it on a plate (pandani) was indeed a recognised folk art. In Bangladesh, various types of consumers eat different varieties of pan.
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  • ..., [[Bethune Society|bethune society]], Society for Promotion of Industrial Art, Association of Friends for the Promotion of Social Improvement. He himself
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  • ...ssociated with food production. The urbanisation also includes practice of art, literature and science. To Amalandu Ghosh, the prerequisites of the emerge
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  • ...le of architecture, and he took on the challenge of advancing state-of-the-art structural engineering. A decade of revolutionary advances had just begun.
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  • ...n as the War-gaming Center of BN, is comprised of a series of state-of-the-art training Simulators including Action Speed Tactical Trainer, Marine Bridge
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  • ...dexterity in playing different notes. Gholam Ali's three sons mastered the art of playing the sarod. Of them, Abdullah Khan brought the gharana to Bengal.
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  • ...ing to Muzaffarnamah of Karam Ali, Alivardi Khan tried to train him in the art of governance and other qualities that go with a crown prince. His general
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  • ...the Bangla word Baidda meaning village doctor. Bedeys pretend to know the art of healing, which they use as a source of living. They are skilled in hunti
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  • ...2, theatre group 3, theatre stage 1, literary and cultural organisation 4, art school 1, cinema hall 6, auditorium 1, women's organisation 17, stadium 1.
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  • ...ddha Ray, 'Morphology of Medieval Saptagram or Satgaon', Journal of Bengal Art, 4, Dhaka, 1999.
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  • ...ll the demands of the students of Textile, Ceramic, Leather technology and Art College. To fulfill ten points demand of the IER, and to fulfill all the de
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  • ...ential for research and higher studies in ancient and medieval history and art and archaeology of Bengal. The number of Sanskrit manuscripts traced so far
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  • ...f the BD system claimed that it was intended to acquaint citizens with the art of democratic self-government, its subterranean purpose as claimed by its o
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  • ...corps of clubmen (lathial) and arranged for their regular training in the art of fighting with clubs. For securing the second objective, he revived the t
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  • ...wari Temple at Naldanga is richly embellished on two sides with terracotta art and has fine entrance. Some good examples of this type are the Gunjanth Siv
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  • ...s established for the first time in Bangladesh. Its aim was to nourish our art, culture, literature, tradition, education and creed; to collect, preserve
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  • ...ute 2, polytechnic institute 1, secondary school 506, primary school 2043, art school 1, community school 6, satellite school 24, NGO operated school 1065
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  • ...ons of Bangladesh regulate its economy, communication, trade and commerce, art and culture and, in fact, the entire lifestyle of the people. [Rafique Ahme
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  • ...-armed dancing deity on a rat is in the collection of the Museum of Indian Art in Berlin. The deity holds clock-wise: abhaya-mudra, a rosary, the battle-a ...Mahakala. Generally Shiva's bull is wrongly called Nandi or Nandin by the art historians. In Bengal (as in Orissa) Shiva is shown mostly urdhvalinga (pha
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  • ...(1921), while a radical group organised 'Young Artists' Union' (1931) and 'Art Rebel Centre' (1933). These associations perished after fleeting impacts. T ...heatres, Natyamandir (of Sisirkumar Bhaduri, 1924-25), Mitra (1926-27) and Art (1928-31) Theatres, before its demolition for the construction of Central A
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  • ...d witchcraft of the people of Kamrupa, their skill in and addiction to the art.
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  • ...a Mishra and Govardhana were literary luminaries of the period. Sculptural art developed under the patronage of the Sena kings and courtiers. [AM Chowdhur
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  • ...ere states because they developed means of production and exchange and the art of living together peacefully. In this concept of statehood, the Bengal jan ...culture-administration, education, communication, language and literature, art and architecture, dance and music, dress and food habits and all else. All
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  • ...he period, Rakhains used to write folk tales, moral sayings, practiced the art of magic, the technique of medical treatment and the texts of [[Tripitaka|t
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  • ...are those things having more than hundred years of age, have relation with art-culture, history, literature, science and technology, philosophy and social
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  • ...was an epigraphist, a numismatist, both ancient and medieval, and also an art historian. He explored tirelessly sites mostly in the Dhaka area - [[Savar| ...ere extremely significant from the standpoint of the history of sculptural art (both in stone and terracotta) in Bangladesh. No other single site has yiel
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  • ...ing 1780-1846 were brought out from Calcutta, the capital and heartland of art, literature, trade and commerce. The geographic entity, which is now Bangla
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  • ...e [[Mangalkavya|mangalkavya]] and Vaishnava poetry were well versed in the art of poetry. But, because of their close association with Sanskrit, they were
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  • ...baria]], etc. They often settled down here and devoted themselves to their art under the patronage of local rajas and zamindars. In 1886, Chandranath Roy
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  • ...dge over the ages. Consequently, one can trace the content and form of his art evolving ceaselessly. ...me and abroad would visit Jorasanko regularly. It was thus that the famous art critic Ananda Koomaraswamy and Sister Nivedita became intimate with the mem
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  • ...e museum opens up a wide variety of antiquities, ranging from [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] objects to gold ornaments and coins recovered from the site. A The Folk Art Museum at Sonargaon was established in 1975 to fulfil the dream of the cele
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  • ...re]]; Court Martial (1993), Kalantar (1994) and Golapjan (1995) by Theatre Art; Putul Khela (1993) and Bhrtya Rajaktantra (1995) by Kanthashilan; Bibisab ...plays staged here have helped create an appreciative audience for dramatic art in Dhaka. Its stage is rarely used for other kinds of gathering or politica
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  • ...r short story writing in Bangladesh. A large number of journals devoted to art, literature and culture appeared around this time. At the same time, severa ...end in Bengali short story writing, especially in respect of theme and the art of expression. His collection of short stories, Shanta Santraser Chandmari
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  • ...rst of which was Goirika started in 1936) to modern poetry. Another modern art form in which Chakmas made their mark is painting.
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  • ...able cottage based artisanship belonging to the mainstream anthropological art of Bangladesh. Womenfolk of the country love to increase their physical bea
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  • ...'s life as a poet and artiste. He acted with the group and also learnt the art of composing poems and songs at short notice. Through his association with ...ere he came in close contact with top personalities of contemporary Bangla art, literature, music and [[Theatre|theatre]] such as [[Sen, Atulprasad|atulpr
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  • ...d kept it under their control for about four centuries. During this period art, language and literature flourished which caused the development in the wri
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  • ...emperors were animal lovers, and animals occupied important place in their art and writings. Modern science actually started during the British period. Na
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  • ...sponsible for this, as Muslim sultans did not encourage any visual form of art, except calligraphy. Moreover, architecture had a limited development in th ...enaissance was, however incomplete since it did not find its expression in art and architecture; and nor were the largest section of Bangali society consi
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  • ...ent. But only the 'Brahmanas' had the right to study religion, philosophy, art and culture, science and social institutions etc. and they received the mos
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  • ...s in the economic, social and political arena, as well as in the fields of art, literature and culture. The liberation war became a predominant theme. Thi
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  • ...gal from very early period of her history. The development of the building art in Bengal has been dealt in the following pages under different sections: ...of a proto-temple may probably be seen on a c.2nd-century AD [[Terracotta Art|terracotta]] plaque from Chandraketugarh. It is a canopied pavilion-type st
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  • ...ns and social, economic and cultural life (including religious beliefs and art traditions) in a given region and during a particular period. ...t least one piece of cast copper coin (now in the Asutosh Museum of Indian Art, Kolkata) being 3.63 grams strongly suggest that the cast copper coins of B
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  • ...male), camera work (black and white and colour), editing, sound recording, art direction and child artist. An award was also given to the best short film
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  • ...the Sassanides is considered to be the golden era of ancient Iran. Iranian art, literature and culture etc developed immensely during this era. The Sassan ...assumed independence after his father’s death. He was a generous patron of art and literature, and his assemblies were a popular rendezvous for poets. Man
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  • ...rm of major conferences, seminars and symposia, national and international art exhibitions, musical soirees and concerts and sporting events. While most o
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  • ...bars (courts) were modelled after the nawabs', and the Mughal dress, food, art and architecture were emulated which paved the way for a synthesis between
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  • ...l (ed), The Islamic Heritage of Bengal. Unesco, Paris,1984; Perween Hasan, Art and Architecture, in Sirajul Islam (ed), History of Bangladesh 1704-1971, 2
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  • ...ompany in 1819, turned to the vegetable kingdom as a hobby. He learned the art of lithography and applied it in his ''Icones Plantarum Indiae Orientalis''
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  • Baru Chandidas' Srikrishnakirtan is a good example of the art of singing and is important both as a poetic song and as a verse play. It i
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  • ...ish thy nearest kinsmen' (26:214), and 'Therefore expound openly what thou art commanded' (15:94). The Prophet (Sm) ascended to the Safa Mountain and in a
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  • ...l heralded an era of progress in culture, religion, education, literature, art and sculpture. Amongst other achievements of the Palas, Ling has particular
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  • The Muslims brought with them their food habits, culinary art and dress, but they had to adjust these to the local climate. Islamic archi
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  • ...um was a singer of Radio-television and cinema since 1969. She studied the art of music at Hawaii University in 1965 under a scholarship. She was awarded ...e Bahurupi Natya-gosthi, Tripti Mitra contributed to the excellence of the art of drama for more than four decades. Dilara Jaman was an eminent drama actr
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  • ...ost important cultural centres of Asia, holding national and international art, music, cinema, theatre, dance and literary conferences and festivals. West ...s, theatres and musical halls. The city is dotted with museums, libraries, art galleries, clubs and restaurants.
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  • ...minar rooms, guest rooms for visiting scholars, a library, a reading room, art and music rooms, and a stage. A swimming pool, a provision store, a booksho
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  • ...e flourishing trade of Bengal led to the rise of urban centres patronising art and culture. It is quite logical to believe that in such urban centres, per ...made towards creating professional theatre: Bangla Theatre (1991), Theatre Art (1992) and the Centre for Asian Theatre (1994). All these, save the last, h
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  • ...t, writing in Bageshwari Shilpa Prabandhabali and Banglar Vrata about folk art and rituals. Some other well-known essayists of the era were Mohitlal Majum
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  • ...in the excavations at Pandu Rajar Dhibi, which prove the antiquity of this art in Bengal. ...period was in the field of sculptural art. The Bengal school of sculptural art reached its high-water mark in the Sena period and in this phase its region
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  • * Saifuzzaman, AKM History and Classical Art Section, Bangladesh National Museum, Dhaka
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  • ...the management of environmental concerns of their priorities. However, the art or science of environmental policy-making in a developing country is a new
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  • ...he pre-Pala period, Bengal made some progress, though t systematic, in the art of administration. The discussion on the responsibilities of different func
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