1. Head of Siva-Dhurjati, Balawaste.
2. Bodhisattva Gautama with a sheaf of grass in his right hand, Dunhuang.
3. Ordination of Rahula, Dunhuang.
4. Indra blowing a Conch-shell, Kizil.
5. Buddha's twin miracles at Nyagrodha-Arama (Kapilavastu), Karashar.
6. Vairochana Buddha, Farhad-Beg-Yailaki.
7. Maitreya, Dunhuang.
8. The story of Padumavati as presented in a Dunhuang silk banner.
9. Buddha's discourse to the Boatman of the Ganga, Kizil.
10. Buddha in meditation, Sib-chu Valley to the West of the Mountain Kailash.
11. A Mural fragment illustrating Dharmaparyaya, Karashar.
12. The story of Kshema's visit to Buddha at Venuvana, Kizil.
13. Bodhisattva Gautama's meditation and enlightenment, Dunhuang.
14. Mahamayuri, Khotan.
15. The monkey at the Wedge, Khotan.
16. The Bimaran reliquary and its iconography.
17. Rishyasringa (Ekasringa) story in India, Central Asia, China and Japan-a brief study.
18. Kalyanakarin and Papamkara story, Bezeklik.
19. Dipankara Buddha, Bezeklik.
20. Nanda holding Buddha's Alms-bowl, Khotan.
21. Mara (?) with his bow, Toyuk.
22. Some observations on the Balagrahas (Female spirits), Dunhuang.
23. Monk with a mirror, Dunhuang.
24. The story of Vajrapani-Indra and a part of Sibi Jataka as depicted in a Mural fragment from Kizil.
25. A Mural fragment representing Yasodhara offering sweetmeat to Buddha, Kizil.
26. An ivory plaque showing Vajravarahi Mandala, Yotkan.
27. A Manichaean leaf illustrating two Avataras, Khocho.
28. A Mural fragment depicting a princely figure holding a relic Casket, Kizil.
29. Agni from Kumtura.
30. Some observations on Kuvera from Dunhuang and Central Asia.
31. Surya from Kumtura.
32. Varuna in Sino-Japanese idiom.
33. Indra's visit to Buddha at the Indrasala cave along with the musician Panchasikha, Kizil.
34. Buddha and Indra in the Sudharma Hall of the Gods, Kumtura.
35. The story of Patachara, Dunhuang.
36. A note on the City Gate of Pataliputra as depicted in Kizil Art.
37. The Avalokitesvara as guide of souls, Dunhuang.
Appendix I: Some aspects of cultural relations between Ajanta, Bamiyan, Turfan and Dunhuang.
Appendix II: Buddhist wall paintings from India and Central Asia and their major themes-a brief survey.
Appendix III: A brief study of cultural contacts between India, Western Central Asian states and Persia during the early historical period.