Visitors' comments on Tasveer Ghar's visual essays
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Sourav Roy: The Constitution of India A National Gallery of a Few Good Men
Stephen Inglis: "The Norman Rockwell of South India"
Yousuf Saeed: Eid Mubarak: Cross-cultural Image Exchange in Muslim South Asia
Sumathi Ramaswamy: Artful Mapping in Bazaar India
Roos Gerritsen: Chennai Beautiful: Shifting Urban Landscapes and the Politics of Spectacle
Catherine B. Asher: Fantasizing the Mughals and Popular Perceptions of the Taj Mahal
Ranjani Mazumdar: The Man Who Was Seen Too Much: Amitabh Bachchan on Film Posters
Rosie Thomas: Still Magic
Shashwati Talukdar: Picturing Mountains As Hills
Richard H. Davis: Temple in a Frame
Abigail McGowan: Modernity at Home: Leisure, Autonomy and the New Woman in India
Christiane Brosius: The Rhythm of Romantic Love
Philip Lutgendorf: Chai Why?
Daljit Ami: Exploring Ravidas
Yousuf Saeed: The Priya Paul Collection of Popular Art at Tasveer Ghar
Joe Christopher and Alice Samson: Kottokka Devathallu
Stephen Inglis: Pongal Greetings by K. Madhavan
Sujithkumar Parayil: Icons of the Reformist Period and ‘Re-formed’ Icons of the Present
Vishal Rawlley: Miss Use
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