A Pathmaking Tradition

Marg was founded by Mulk Raj Anand in 1946, with the aim of developing a socially active and culturally engaging language of art. Marg magazine and books have been a forum for pioneering research in Indian art and are acclaimed for their standards of production and editorial content.
June 2019

Current Magazine

Gandhara: A Confluence of Cultures
Edited by: Naman P. Ahuja

This issue looks at the ancient and medieval art legacies and cultures of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Kashmir, to reclaim a cosmopolitan identity for these war-torn regions.

Print : 350 (INR) / $ 14 (USD)
September 2019

Current Quarterly Book

Co-published with Axel and Margaret Ax:son Johnson Foundation
Edited by: Naman P. Ahuja and Louise Belfrage

The exchanges with ideas Indian, and with Indians themselves, had a decisive impact that contributed to the eruption and shape of Modernism in the West. This volume, richly illustrated and including several unpublished artworks, reveals the great artists of Europe in a new light.

Print : 2800 (INR) / $ 70 (USD)

Current Special Publication

The Story of India’s Unicorns
By: Divyabhanusinh, Asok Kumar Das and Shibani Bose

This book records the history of India’s Greater One-horned Rhinoceros from prehistoric times to the present.

Print : 2000 (INR) / $ 48 (USD)