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Pottery And Terracotta Of Rajasthan


ISBN: 9788179067338
ISBN 9788179067338
Name of Authors Pritish Chaudhuri
Edition 1st
Book Type Hard Back
Year 2018
Pages 123
Language English

The present book is an ethno- archaeological study on the pottery and terracotta of Rajasthan with special reference to the pottery and terracotta recovered from the excavation of Ahar and Rangmahal cilture. In this connection, the pottery and terracotta of different periods that is chalcolithic (Ahar), early historic (Rangmahal) and the present day are also taken into consideration. The emphasis of study is on art forms, shapes, utility and all other activities that are associated with pottery and terracotta. Through this book the author tried to established a relationship between different disciplines that is archaeology, ancient history, Indian culture and anthropology. Apart from the ethno-archaeological studies, the author also said tried record and document the traditional knowledge of the culture heritage on pottery and terracotta art and craft Rajasthan.

Dr. Pritish Chaudhuri was born on 21th February 1987. Completed his M.A. in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology from Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar and Ph.D. degree in Archaeology with specialization in Ethno- archaeology from J.R.N. Rajasthan Vidhyapeeth Deemed University, Udaipur. He possesses seven years of research experience in the field of ancient histroy, archaeology, cultural anthropology and tribal ethnography and carried out intensive field work in different regions of Rajasthan, Gujarat, Meghalaya and the Union Territory, Daman. He is attached with Anthropological Survey of India, Ministry of Culture from 2010 to 2011 as Project Research Assistant from 2011 to 2015 as Junior Research Fellow and from 2015 to till date as Senior Research Fellow. He has undergone through various orientation courses and training programs from time to time. He also worked under various Natioanl Project like People of India, Culture Diversity: Tangible and Intangible Cultural Heritage Exploring Traditional Knowledge; Study on PVTGs: Bio - cultural Diversity, Environment and Sustainable Development (Village Study): Man and Environment: Biosphere Reserve and Development and


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