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Mevissen, Gerd J. R. [u.a.] (Hrsg.):
Prajñādhara : essays on Asian art, history, epigraphy and culture, in honour of Gouriswar Bhattacharya / ed. by Gerd J.R. Mevissen and Arundhati Banerji. - Vol. 1-2. - New Delhi : Kaveri Books, 2009. - xlvii, 250 S. : Ill. (Vol. 1); x, 254-524 S. : Ill. (Vol. 2).
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Festschrift für Gouriswar Bhattacharya (*1924).
S. xv-xxvi: "Bibliography of Gouriswar Bhattacharya's publications (1971-2008)"

1. Anna Maria Quagliotti: Yaśodharā's Dreams
2. Monika Zin: The Water Tank from Gandhāra
3. Harry Falk: The Pious Donation of Wells in Gandhāra
4. Ingo Strauch: Two Stamps with the Bodhigarbhālaṃkāralakṣa Dhāraṇī from Afghanistan and Some Further Remarks on the Classification of Objects with the ye dharma Formula
5. Vinay Kumar Gupta: Sūrya Worship in Vraja in Ancient Times with Special Reference to a Rare Kuṣāṇa Lintel of a Sūrya Temple
6. Michael Willis: The Formation of Temple Ritual in the Gupta Period: pūjā and pañcamahāyajña
7. Michael W. Meister: Mapping Masrur's Iconography
8. Devangana Desai: The Kashmir Connection of the Vaikuntha Image of Khajuraho
9. R. Nagaswamy: Vatukesvara - A Vama-Bhairava Sculpture in the Lucknow Museum
10. Gudrun Buhnemann: The Identification of a Sculpture of Mṛtyuṃjaya/Amṛteśa and Amṛtalakṣmī in the 'Royal Bath' in Patan (Nepal)
11. Maheshwar P Joshi: Almora Copper Plate of Abhaya Candra, Śaka 1296 (AD 1374)
12. Amar Nath Khanna: Omkareshvar Mandhata and Transplantation of Temples
13. Alka Patel: Recasting the Architectural Landscape: The Late 12th-Early 13th-Century Ghurid Annexations of Northern India
14. Joachim K. Bautze: Umrao Jan Ada: Her carte-de-visite
15. Devendra Handa: Coins of the City-State of Mahiṣmatī
16. N. A. Chakraborty & S. Chakraborty: Buddhism in Rajasthan - its Evolution and Devolution
17. Parul Pandya Dhar: Some Early torana Representations from the Maharashtra Caves
18. K. Mankodi: To What God Shall We Render Homage in the Temple at Modhera?
19. Corinna Wessels-Mevissen: Rākṣasas and puruṣamṛgas in the South-Western Corner of the Airavateśvara Temple at Darasuram
20. Pierre-Sylvain Filliozat: A Rare Saiva Icon at Lepaksi
21. Vasundhara Filliozat: Two Kalamukha Temples in Haveri District (Jakkanacarigudi in Karnataka)
22. Anila Verghese & A. L. Dallapiccola: Girija-kalyana Friezes in the Temple Art of the Gowdas off Yelahanka
23. U. S. Moorti: Genealogical History of the Nayakas of Velur, South India, and their Patronage to Art and Architecture (c.AD 1500-1604)

24. Eva Allinger: Mahāmayūrī and Jaṅguli as Attendants of Prajñāpāramitā. Investigation of an unusual iconographic feature based on Bihārī Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā manuscripts from the 11th century
25. Jinah Kim: Illustrating the Perfection of Wisdom: The use of the Vessantara Jātaka in a manuscript of the Aṣṭasāhasrikā Prajñāpāramitā Sūtra
26. Claudine Bautze-Picron: The Viṣṇu Image from Sarisadah in the Indian Museum, Kolkata
27. Stephen Markel: Further Observations on Some Unusual Aspects of a Recently Acquired Pala Masterpiece in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art
28. Ibrahim Shah: Some Sūrya Images of the Pala-Sena Period in the National Museum of Pakistan, Karachi
29. Bimal Bandyopadhyay: A Note on Some Interesting Sculptures in the Koch Bihar Palace Museum
30. Isabell Johne: Jaina Cult in Ancient Bengal - The Tutelary Couple of Deopara
31. Rajat Sanyal: Dedicatory Inscriptions of the Time of Mahendrapala: A Fresh Appraisal
32. Ryosuke Furi: Re-Reading Two Copper Plate Inscriptions of Gopala II, Year 4
33. Shahnaj Husne Jahan: Re-Visioning the State Apparatus in Samatata (Mid-7th to mid-11th Century AD)
34. Suchandra Ghosh: Economy of Samatata in the Early Medieval Period: A Brief Overview
35. Sutapa Sinha: A Note on an Important Coin Collection of the Bengal Sultans in the Bode-Museum, Berlin
36. Sharmila Saha: Incarnation Revived: Three Temple Sculptures from Mallabhuma
37. Rajasri Mukhopadhyay: A Note on the Manjuvara Manjusri Image at the Khiching Museum, Orissa
38. Snighda Tripathy: New Light on the Adi-Bhanjas of Khijjingakotta and Other Minor Ruling Families of Their Times in Orissa (An Epigraphical Perspective)
39. Gerd J. R. Mevissen: Dikpālas and Grahas at Paharpur in Context of Contemporaneous Pan-Indian Temple Imagery
40. Arundhati Banerji: Icons of tripada Deities in Indian Art
41. Pratapaditya Pal: Revisiting the "Vṛṣa/Nandi" Issue
42. N. P Joshi: A Five-headed Wooden Elephant: A Case Study
43. Julia A. B. Hegewald: Jala Mandirs, Tirtha-Patas and Cosmic Islands: Creating, Replicating and Representing Landscape in Jaina Art and Architecture
44. Adalbert J. Gail: Hegel and the Trimūrti
45. N. James: Can Guided Tours Make Sense of World Heritage?
46. Peter Skilling: A Recently Discovered Sūrya Image from Thailand
47. Arlo Griffiths: Sūrya's Nāgas, Candra's Square Seat and the Mounted Bull with Two Guardians-Iconographical notes on two Khmer illustrated stela inscriptions
48. Chhaya Bhattacharya-Haesner: Indo-Tibetan Influences in Banners from Dunhuang
49. Tianshu Zhu: "Indra's Visit"
50. Helmut F Neumann & Heidi A Neumann: Wall Paintings in the Arhat Chapel of the Monastery at Zhwa lu, Tibet: Notes on Iconography and Style
51. Bela Kelenyi: Iconographical Suppositions in Connection with a Thangka Series Made in the Qianlong Period.

Dr. ARUNDHATI BANERJI, Superintending Archaeologist in the Archaeological Survey of India.
GERD J. R. MEVISSEN (*1953), wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Projekt "Prä-Islamische Skulpturen aus Bangladesh". Vita, Publications (PDF-Format).

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Vom Herausgeber Gerd Mevissen haben wir in Indologica bereits die folgenden Werke erfaßt, an denen er beteiligt war:
1. [11.10.2004] Gail / Mevissen: Indische Kunstgeschichte
2. [15.03.2007] Mevissen [u.a.]: Kalhar (White Walter-Lily)
3. [15.03.2007] Bruhn / Mevissen: Vanamala
4. [01.10.2008] Sculptures in Bangladesh

Von Arundhati Banerji haben wir folgende Publikation erfaßt:
[30.01.2006] Banerji: Hari Smriti