Govt. College of Art & Craft
Agartala, Tripura, India
ISSN 2278-1994 Ahana
Peer-Reviewed Bilingual Yearly on Visual Art and Culture
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Indrapramit RoyABSTRACT FULL TEXT PDF
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The cover artist of this issue of Ahana is Dr. Sumangal Sen (1932-2005), one of the reputed artists of Tripura. He was an accomplished artist with a remarkable skill in watercolour and portrait. He graduated from Government College of Art & Craft, Kolkata in 1952. Dr. Sen is also regarded as the founder of this Institution. This issue of Ahana is dedicated to his memory.
Government College of Art & Craft, Tripura has been publishing its yearly bilingual, peer-reviewed Journal on art and culture Ahana (ISSN 2278-1994) since 2009. Accomplished art educators, writers, research scholars, art critics, and art practitioners from various parts of the country, had contributed to this publication. This is the only journal in Tripura, which covers both academic and cultural areas. Ahana is a scholarly platform for discussions on diverse topics related to visual art and culture. Simultaneously it reflects the ethnicity of the North-East India too.
If you are a Writer, Scholar, Visual Artist, Art Historian, Critic, Photographer, Social Scientist or Translater; you are invited to write in our journal, we accept in Bengali and English.