Volume two of a two-volume set that brings together papers from scholars on modern creative arts of India. The papers were originally presented at the national seminar ‘Comparative Aesthetics and Criticism of the Contemporary Arts,’ organised by the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in 1991.
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English

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1995

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694

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Chapter headings
The Context of Indian Film Culture

- Satish BAHADUR

Towards a Theory of Film Practices: Some Contemplations Around Ritwik Ghatak's Subernarekha

- Gayatri CHATTERJEE

Manipulation in the Trailer

- C.B. PATTANAYAK

Interrogating Internationalism

- Kumar SHAHANI

Rhythm and its Application

- Kavalam Narayana PANIKKAR

The Idea of Dance in Sanskritic Tradition

- Mandakini BOSE

Innovations in Classical Indian Dances: An Overview

- Sunil KOTHARI

Choreography in the Indian Context

- CHANDRALEKHA

Chandralekha & Her Bodyline Approach

- Leela VENKATARAMAN

Abhinaya in Mohiniyattam

- Bharati SHIVAJI

Chandrasekhar's Pancha Mahabhutam: Translating the Elements Into The Realm of Virtual Power

- Gauri Parimoo KRISHNAN

Chau Dance Traditions: Transformations from Village Square to Metropolitan Stage

- Prakriti KASHYAP

The Relevance of Rasa Theory in Contemporary Arts with special reference to music

- Prem Lata SHARMA

The Aesthetic Development of a Rasika

- P.K. DORAISWAMY

Fivefold Classification of Music

- Indu RAMAN

The 'Modern,' the 'traditional' and Criticism in the Indian Musical Tradition

- Mukund Lath

Hindustani Concert Scene During the Decade

- Mohan NADKARNI

(Tiger Varadachariar) His Music

- S.Y. KRISHNASWAMY

(Tiger Varadachariar) A River in Spate

- K.S. KRISHNAMURTI

A Fool's Paradise

- Jaimini MEHTA

The Changing Urban Environment: Challenges of Architecture

- M.N. Ashish GANJU

Indian Shilpa Tradition, Silpi and Aesthetics: A Study of Correspondence

- R.N. MISRA

A Peep Into the World Citra

- Vaijayanti NAVANGAL

Text and Image: The Orientalist and the Revivalist Collaboration

- Parul DAVE-MUKHERJI

Critique and Critical Criteria

- Sandip SARKAR

Climate of Thought: Art Historical Writing up to the Early 1930s

- Urmi KESSAR

Indian Radical Painters and Sculptors Association: The Crisis of Political Art in Contemporary India

- Shivaji K. PANIKKAR

Towards a Possible Theory of Narrative in Indian Painting

- Ratan PARIMOO

Creative Arts in Modern India: Essays in Comparative Criticism Vol. 2
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Creative Arts in Modern India: Essays in Comparative Criticism Vol. 2