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INTACH Journal -2

INTACH Journal of Heritage Studies: Intangible Cultural Heritage in India

Volume 2 of INTACH Journal of Heritage Studies on ‘Intangible Cultural Heritage in India’.
Available for sale @ Rs. 500/- It includes the following papers:

1. The Acro-Yogic Body Culture of the ‘Nats’: Traditional Acrobats of Village India – Madhu Khanna

2. Action-packed Galleries: Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Museums of India – S. Suresh

3. Plural and Diverse Traditions of Ramkatha – Molly Kaushal

4. The Song as Intangible Cultural Heritage: Women’s Voices in the Garhwal Himalaya – Anjali Capila

5. Globalization and the Indian Craft Heritage: Threat or Opportunity – Laila Tyabji

6. Building Cultural Enterprises Involving Communities and Craft – Ritu Varuni

Apart from these six papers, the Journal also has three books reviewed by eminent persons in the field of heritage.


 
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Asia-Europe Network of Urban Heritage for Sustainable Creative Economies

Issue of ‘Asia-Europe Network of Urban Heritage for Sustainable Creative Economies’ in collaboration with Europa Nostra, International Institute for the Inclusive Museum, International National Trusts Organisation (INTO) and Yangon Heritage Trust. Available for sale @ Rs. 500/-


 
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Inaugural issue of INTACH Journal of Heritage Studies

Inaugural issue of INTACH Journal of Heritage Studies on ‘Approaches to Conservation in India’.
Available for sale @ Rs. 500/- It includes the following papers:

1. Archaeological Legislation in India: The Historical Context and Future Directions – S. Suresh

2. Experiencing Heritage Sites: A phenomenological Study Involving people with Vision Impairment – Kavita Murugkar and Abir Mullick

3. Heritage in the Post-industrial City: Discourse on Architectural Heritage De-politicization of Space and Issues of Socio-cultural Continuity in Mumbai’s Historic Neighbourhoods – Shweta Wagh

4. Seismic Safety of Architectural Heritage in India: State-of-the-Art and Future Challenges – Vasudha A. Gokhale

5. Bridging Architectural Conservation and Sustainability – Divya Chakravarti

6. Nara + 20 and its Background (Special Contribution) – Toshiyuki Kono

Apart from these six papers, the Journal also has four books reviewed by eminent persons in the field of heritage.