Ranga Roopa

  • Title: Ranga Roopa
  • Author: B.N. Goswamy
  • ISBN: 9788189738631
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ranga Roopa From the prefaceAl of us know some poetry something about religion and a little bit even about art This books aims to bring the three together Each page creates a poem from one Hindi alphabet has an
    From the prefaceAl of us know some poetry, something about religion and a little bit even about art This books aims to bring the three together Each page creates a poem from one Hindi alphabet, has an English translation and has a work of art So a young reader can taste the feel of a poem through learning an alphabet, look at one painting too and through Ranga Roopa beFrom the prefaceAl of us know some poetry, something about religion and a little bit even about art This books aims to bring the three together Each page creates a poem from one Hindi alphabet, has an English translation and has a work of art So a young reader can taste the feel of a poem through learning an alphabet, look at one painting too and through Ranga Roopa be evocatively introduced to Hindi, poetry and art The English rendering of the poem which accompanies each page doesn t quite manage to have the same tenor and rhythm, but is still useful, because the book as a whole is a great experience.

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    About B.N. Goswamy


    1. B.N.Goswamy, distinguished art historian, is Professor Emeritus of Art History at the Panjab University, Chandigarh A leading authority on Indian art, his work covers a wide range and is regarded, especially in the area of Pahari painting, as having influenced much thinking He is the recipient of many honours, including the Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship, the Rietberg Award from Switzerland for Outstanding Research in Art History, the Padma Shri 1998 and the Padma Bhushan 2008 from the President of India.Prof Goswamy has written extensively Among his publications are Pahari Painting The Family as the Basis of Style Marg, Bombay, 1968 Painters at the Sikh Court Wiesbaden, 1975 Essence of Indian Art San Francisco, 1986 Wonders of a Golden Age with E Fischer, Zurich, 1987 Pahari Masters Court Painters of Northern India with E Fischer Zurich, 1992 Indian Costumes in the Collection of the Calico Museum of Textiles Ahmedabad, 1993 Nainsukh of Guler A great Indian Painter from a small Hill State Zurich, 1997 Painted Visions The Goenka Collection of Indian Painting New Delhi, 1999 Piety and Splendour Sikh Heritage in Art New Delhi, 2000 , Indian Costumes II Patkas in the collection of the Calico Museum of Textiles Ahmedabad, 2002 Domains of Wonder with Caron Smith San Diego, 2005 , and I See No Stranger Early Sikh Art and Devotion with Caron Smith New York, 2006.As a guest curator, Professor Goswamy has been responsible for major exhibitions of Indian art in Paris, San Francisco, Zurich, San Diego, and Frankfurt As Visiting Professor, he has taught at some of the most prestigious Universities, including the Universities of Heidelberg, Pennsylvania, California at Berkeley and Los Angeles , Zurich, and Texas at Austin , and lectured extensively at museums and universities in Europe, the U.S and India.


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    1. An alphabet pings, a verse sings and an art form plops - on each page of this book - Ranga Roopa Gods Words Images Each page has a Hindi alphabet, a verse that starts with the Devnagari alphabet, written specially for this book and almost sings off the page. One god, one page. Each page also carries a painting from Indian artistic traditions, illustrating that god. The verse when spoken has the infectious sing song rhythm that makes mantras so it-seeps-right-in. You can taste the music on your t [...]

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