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Volume 56 Number 4, June 2005

Mulk Raj Anand

Shaping the Indian Modern


Edited by:  Annapurna Garimella

Price:   Rs 2250 (INR) / $60 (USD)
Binding:   Hardcover  
Specifications:   124 pages, 120 illustrations  
ISBN:   81-85026-70-X  
Dimensions:   305 x 241 mm

    Mulk Raj Anand was one of the great Indian modernists who shaped the cultural landscape of India for over three decades since Independence. In 1946 along with a group of friends he founded MARG which continues to this day as India’s oldest publication devoted to the visual and performing arts. Marg seeks to honour Dr Anand’s stellar contribution to the arts and architecture as well as aesthetic and heritage issues of our country. This volume examines his role as an intellectual who argued for a modern and humanist Indian nation.


    Annapurna Garimella is the Research Editor of Marg Publications and the head of Art, Resources and Teaching (A.R.T.) in Bangalore. Her work has focused on temple urbanism, Rajput painting and gender, and urban popular religious art. 

    Photo Essay: Mulk, Associates, and Friends

    Introduction
    Annapurna Garimella

    Partisan Modernity
    Geeta Kapur

    Remembering Mulk
    Ratan Parimoo

    Mulk and Marg
    Gulammohammed Sheikh

    Mulk and Modern Indian Architecture
    Mustansir Dalvi

    Mulk at 100
    Charles Correa

    Museums and Monuments
    Kavita Singh

    On Inheriting the Past
    Annapurna Garimella

    My Journey with Mulk
    Dolly Sahiar