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Typed manuscript by artist Jyoti Bhatt regarding 'Sanja' — traditional wall diagrams made by Kumarikas (young-unmarried-girls) in the Malwa region of Madhya Pradesh. In addition, the document contains a handwritten note titled 'Temple Sanja' and a list of illustrations that accompany the article. The manuscript is dated April 1990. On the basis of this, an essay titled 'Sanja: A Traditional Art Form' was published in Volume 11, No. 12 of the journal The India Magazine of Her People and Culture in November 1991.
tradition,  folk art,  mural,  mythology
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Sanja: A Traditional Art Form
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