Published by Affiliated East-West Press, New Delhi India, 1970
Paperback. Condition: Very Good+. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+. New Delhi India: Affiliated East-West Press, 1970 - Very Good+ stiff paper covers/ Very Good+ dust jacket - 4to/11" tall x 8.5" - dust jacket attached to backstrip, flaps pasted to paper covers (by publisher) - 52 b&w photo plates by the author & others - 84pp. India art sculpture, art history. Dr. Charles Louis Fabri, born in Hungary, first went to India with the archaeologist M. Aurel Stein in 1931 and returned to teach at Tagore's Santiniketan. He settled in India, earning a reputation as linguist, dance and art critic for The Statesman, mentor to generations of artists; he is author also of History of the Art of Orissa and Buddhist BaroqueTeracottas of Kashmir. 0-88253-037-2.
Seller Inventory # IA081514
Published by Arnold Heinemann, New Delhi & London, 1982
Paperback. Condition: Very Good+. No Jacket. Kang, K.S. et al. (illustrator). First Edition. New Delhi & London: Arnold Heinemann, 1982 - Very Good+ paperback/Very Good+ wraparound title label - 8.5" tall - author photo by Kitty Hazaria - cover & text sepia tone ills based on village wall motifs photographed by Kanwarjit Singh Kang - foreword by the poet Dom Moraes - poems - as new with no markings of any kind - 57pp. 0-86578-275-X.
Seller Inventory # PE071304
Published by Hind Pocket Books, Delhi INDIA, 1974
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Delhi: Hind Pocket Books, n.d. (circa 1974) - Very Good paperback - 6.75" tall - b\w ills - minor creasing to about 4 pages (binder error), text still legible, otherwise near Fine (near new) - 130 pages. Selected magic tricks explained, including the famous Indian Rope Trick. ISBN: 0-88253-091-7.
Seller Inventory # IX091116
Published by Writers Workshop, Calcutta India, 1971
Flexible Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Writers Workshop Calcutta, 1971 - Very Good/ flexible cloth covers/ Very Good+ paper title label - 8.5" tall - intro by Farley Richmond - 45 pages. Two Gujarati folk plays, in the Bhavai tradition, by mid-14th century composer Asaita Thakur (aka Thakar). Adapted by Farley Richmond and Tevia Abrams from a translation by Harish Trivedi. The 2 farces are played together, Zanda following, or separately. Main characters: Tejo Vanio the Hindu merchant, his wife, Teji, and the Muslim Zanda. ISBN: 0-89253-659-4.
Seller Inventory # DI110116
Published by Indian Council for Cultural Relations, New Delhi India, 1967
Paperback. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. New Delhi: Indian Council for Cultural Relations, 1967 - Third, Enlarged Edition - Very Good paperback/ Very Good dust jacket - 8vo/9" tall - plain card covers - b\w ills, photos - clean, unmarked interior - dust jacket has light outer edgewear - references, bibliography with subject headings, appendices - 136 pages. 15 papers on India by well known authors in the area of: History and Culture; Society and Thought; Planning for Economic and Social Development; Art and Literature Through the Ages; India and the World; Science and Technology in India: A Historical Perspective. ISBN: 0-88253-393-3.
Seller Inventory # HI041408
Published by Writers Workshop, Calcutta India, 1976
Flexible Cloth. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good+. Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1976. Very Good/ flexible cloth covers in acetate fitted jacket/ Very Good+ paper title label; 8.5" tall; page of "film sequences" + 64 pages. A well-planned play on the coming of the avatar Krishna and his destiny, involving dance, drama, music and art. First composed in 1974 and performed February 20 through 24, 1974 at Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, VA. Preceded by pages on original cast and production associates; list of scenes, directions on staging, etc. ISBN: 0-86578-095-1.
Seller Inventory # RD110116