xvi, 112p., 97 B/W Plts., Gloss., Bib., Index, 29 cm.
Bundi the pivotal centre of Haroti region, without any exception, has had a long and chequered history of wall paintings. But curiously enough, the walls at Bundi, did not come to the notice of any art historian so far. In this book an attempt has been made for the first time to give a detailed account of these murals and their place in the history of Indian painting. This book of its kind, bringing to light the existence of a school of wall paintings in this region, is well illustrated with line-drawings and numerous photographs.