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Link to publications by Adam Hardy:
www.cardiff.ac.uk/architecture/profile/adam-hardy/
Link to publications page of The Indian Temple Project:
www.prasada.org.uk/indian_temple/publications

Downloadable publications

Publications by PRASADA alumni

  • Meera Dass and Balasubramaniam, 'Estimation of the Original Erection Site of the Delhi Iron Pillar at Udayagiri', IJHS 39.1 (2004), pp. 51-74; ibidem., 'On the Astronomical Significance of the Delhi Iron Pillar', Current Science 86 (2004), pp.1135-42.
  • Sona Datta, Urban Patua: the art of Jamini Roy (Mumbai: The Marg Foundation, 2010)
  • --- Retracing the line: the drawings of Jamini Roy (New Delhi: OUP India, forthcoming 2014)
  • --- The Elusive Pandyas: new approaches to Indian art histories (New Delhi: Niyogi Books,
  • --- 'Celebrating National Treasures: Jamini Roy's Quest for a Modern India', Orientations, 42.7, Oct. 2011, pp. 84-89
  • Ananya Gandotra Temple Architecture - Analysis of Plans, Sections and Roof Form, 3 Vols (Gurgaon: Surbhi Publications, 2011)
  • Shikha Jain, Havelis: a Living Tradition of Rajasthan (Gurgaon: Surbhi Publications, 2004)
  • --- 'Vaishnava Havelis in Rajasthan: Origin and Continuity of a Temple Type' in Adam Hardy (ed.) The Temple in South Asia (London: British Academy, 2007), pp. 191-200
  • --- and Bhawna Dandona (ed.), Haryana Cultural Heritage Guide (New Delhi, INTACH with Aryan Books International, 2012)
  • Amita Kanekar, 'Two Temples of the Ikkeri Nayakas', South Asian Studies 26.2 (2010), pp. 125-160
  • Ajay Khare, Temple Architecture of Eastern India (Gurgaon: Surbhi Publications, 2005)
  • Rupa Raje Gupta, The Wada of Maharashtra (New Delhi: National Institute of Advanced Studies in Architecture, 2013)
  • Ashutosh Sohoni, 'Brick and Plaster Temples in the Maratha Homeland', South Asian Studies 21 (2005), pp. 103-120
  • --- Ganesh Temple at Tasgaon: Apotheosis of Maratha Temple Architecture', South Asian Studies 27 (2011), pp. 51-73
  • Doria Tichit, "Le programme iconographique du temple d'Udayeśvara à Udayapur, Madhya Pradesh, XIe siècle", Arts Asiatiques, 67 (2012) pp. 3-18.

Other publications

  • South Asian Studies, Volumes 16-31 (2000-2015) edited by Adam Hardy. BASAS journal, latterly published by Routledge with two issues annually.
  • "Brick Infill: Little known brick temples of the Pratīhāra period", in Parul Pandya Dhar and Gerd Mevissen eds., Temple Architecture and Imagery of South and Southeast Asia: Essays presented to Prof. M. A. Dhaky (New Delhi: Aryan Books International, forthcoming 2015)
  • "Kashmiri Temples: a Typological and Aedicular Analysis", in Gerd Mevissen and Vinay Gupta (edss), a volume of essays in honour of Doris M Srinivasan (New Delhi: Aryan Books International, forthcoming)
  • "The Nagara Tradition of Temple Architecture and 'Truth to Shastra'", in Raymond Williams (ed.), Swaminarayan Hinduism: Tradition, Adaptation and Identity (New Delhi: OUP, forthcoming 2015)
  • "Indian Subcontinent 500BCE-600CE", in Murray Fraser (ed.), 21st edition of Banister Fletcher's A History of Architecture (London: RIBA and Bloomsbury, forthcoming).
  • "Indian Subcontinent 600-1400CE", in Murray Fraser (ed.), 21st edition of Banister Fletcher's A History of Architecture (London: RIBA and Bloomsbury, forthcoming).
  • "Hindu temple Typologies in India: Nagara, Dravida and Other Varieties", in Richard Eltin (ed.), The Cambridge History of Religious Architecture of the World (New York: CUP, forthcoming)
  • Crispin Branfoot (ed.), The Traditional Arts of South Asia: Continuity in Contemporary Practice and Patronage, proceedings of 2002 PRASADA conference (London: Saffron Book, forthcoming 2015)
  • Adam Hardy, Theory and Practice of Temple Architecture in Medieval India: Bhoja's Samaranganasutradhara and the Bhojpur Line Drawings (New Delhi: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, with Dev Books, 2015))
  • Adam Hardy, The Temple Architecture of India (Chichester: Wiley Academy, 2007)
  • Adam Hardy (ed.), The Temple in South Asia (London: British Academy, 2007)