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Glimpses of Evidence of Ancient Handicrafts of Rajasthan Based on Excavations

Title:Glimpses of Evidence of Ancient Handicrafts of Rajasthan Based on Excavations
Author:Agrawala, R.C.
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 18 Issue no. 1; December 1964, p. 13-15
Abstract:Archaeological evidence has been gleaned from several sites for ancient crafts in Rajasthan belonging to the palaeolithic, pre-Harappa and Harappa, and chalcolithic phases. There is also evidence of plastic art from Noh, the white marble industry from Makrana near Jodhpur, Jaina bronzes, from the Vasantgarh-Sirohi hoard and Dungarpur, textiles and garments, as evident in sculptures and terracottas from Rangmahal, Udaipur-Dungarpur, and Bairat, and clay images from Kalibangan and Nagar (Jaipur region).

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