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Hinduism in India: Culture, Ritual & Community

Hinduism in India: Culture, Ritual & Community

The exhibition, Hinduism in India: Culture, Ritual & Community, will run until September 30 2013 at the Durham University Oriental Museum, United Kingdom.  Read More

Crafts Museum, India

Crafts Museum, India

The Crafts Museum, in New Dehli, is the national museum of crafts of India and the repository of some of the finest examples of India’s rich craft heritage.   Read More

[Conference] Cham Civilisational Linkages between India and Vietnam

[Conference] Cham Civilisational Linkages between India and Vietnam

In Da Nang, Vietnam, a two-day Conference on the Cham Civilizational Linkages between India and Vietnam will be held. This conference would provide a rare opprotunity for the Indian archaeological teams working for the restoration of Angkor Wat, Ta Prhom in Cambodia and Wat Phu in Laos to present their results to the Vietnamese experts working on Myson.  Read More

[Exhibition in Singapore] Tautology of Memory

[Exhibition in Singapore] Tautology of Memory

National University of Singapore Exhibition: Tautology of Memory is a single channel video shot by artist Rupal Shah at the archaeological site of Ajanta in Western India.   Read More

[Exhibition] India's Naga People, Vienna

[Exhibition] India’s Naga People, Vienna

The Museum of Ethnology, in Vienna, Austria, latest exhibition highlights the Naga People of India.  Read More

[Singapore] Indian Textiles for Export, exhibition

[Singapore] Indian Textiles for Export, exhibition

Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore: Journey back to when India clothed the world. Patterns of Trade: Indian Textiles for Export, 1400–1900 presents over seventy works of strikingly patterned and brightly coloured Indian trade textiles from a recently acquired collection.  Read More

Coloured ink on paper, c.1929-30, Coll. Rabindra Bhavana

Rabindranath Tagore: Poet and Painter

2011 marked the 150th anniversary of the birth of Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), who is best known as a poet and the first non-European writer to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913.  Read More

EU museums face calls to return human remains

EU museums face calls to return human remains

Museums across Europe are scouring their vaults for indigenous remains collected during colonial times. Some are being returned to their traditional owners.   Read More

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