ART OF THE ORIENT
Vol. 5, Dorota Kamińska-Jones & Agnieszka Staszczyk (eds.)
Contents: From the Editor (Jerzy Malinowski); M. Krzysztof Byrski, The Emotional Dimension of the ‘Nature of the World (Lokasya Svabhāva)’ and the Meaning of Saḥṛdaya. ‘Avadhakiśoragurucaraṇasmṛtiai Samarpyate’; Adalbert J. Gail, Triple Temples in India, Nepal and Cambodia. A Contribution to the Question of Inclusivism; Vinay Kumar Gupta, Monika Zin, Parinirvāṇa Representations in the Art of Mathura: A Study Based on the Discovery of a Unique Parinirvāṇa Stele from the Varāha Temple of Mathura; Kanika Kishore, The Āyāgapaṭ as of Mathura; Chandreyi Basu An Enigmatic Female Ascetic Figure from Mathura; Muhammad Hameed, Discovering Buddhism in Southern Punjab: A Study of Vanishing Buddhist Heritage at Sui Vihāra; Kirsten Southworth, The Travels of Two Marine Beasts from the Mediterranean to Gandhara – A Transfer of Form and Meaning?; Marzenna Czerniak-Drożdżowicz, Anna Ślączka, Cōḻa Bronzes in the Context of the History and Culture of Tamil Nadu;
Sama Haq, The Religious and Social Signifi cance of Chenrezig in Vajrāyana Buddhism. A Study of Select Tibetan Thangkas; Hanna Urbańska, A Concept of Comic Dance as Presented in Kāḷi Nāṭakam of Narayana Guru in the Light of His Later Philosophical Works; Anupa Pande, Rāgiṇī Bhairavī. A Case Study of Select rāgacitras from the Miniature Paintings of Mewar (16th–17th Century C.E.); Dorota Kamińska-Jones, Art and Gender in the Contact Zone – European Women and Indian Miniature Painting; Savita Kumari, Art and Politics: British Patronage in Delhi (1803–1857); Małgorzata Reinhard-Chlanda, Kira Banasińska – Seventy Years in India. From Diplomacy to Kaybee; Agnieszka Staszczyk, Inspirations of Traditional Hindu Temple Architecture in the Birla Mandir in Renukoot; Anna Rynkowska-Sachse Culturally Sensitive Contemporary Buildings in India.
Dom Wydawniczy DUET and Wydawnictwo Adam Marszałek, Toruń 2016 ISSN 2299-811X (273 pp.)