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India Through the Lens: Photography 1840-1911

India Through the Lens accompanies an exhibition at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery in Washington, DC. Essays by Vidya Dehejia, John Falconer, David Harris, Jane Ricketts, Gary D. Sampson, Charles Allen, and Michael Gray introduce chapters that focus on the work of particular photographers or genres. Included are the work of native Indian photographers, especially Lala Deen Dayal, who photographed the architecture and landscapes of his country in detailed albumen prints that are superior to anything done since. See Cover

The Ganges

Noted photographer Singh makes a personal pilgrimage along the Ganges--from the Himalayas, where the river arises among snows, through the villages of the Gangetic Plain, past Banares through Bihar, to the Bay of Bengal. Along the way, he captures the river in many stages, and captures also the lives of the people who live along it. See Cover

Travels to Northern India: Jaipur CD-ROM

Interactive multimedia book presented in a CD-ROM format that works on both Windows (XP, 2000, 98, ME) and Macintosh (OSX) operating system. The presentation encompasses more than 170 digital photographs, over 19 minutes of high quality video, an Interactive Map and 200 pages of useful information related to the country, the region and the city of Jaipur. See Cover

Travels Through Sacred India

India today remains a land of saints and sages. Sacred India guides the reader through this maze of beliefs and practices with the support of vivid personal encounter and living example. See Cover