Reports and Publications

Conserving the Wall Paintings : Reports by The Courtauld Institute

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Leon Levy Foundation Nagaur Conservation Programme Phase 5: Hadi Rani Mahal January – February 2016



The Sheesh Mahal at Nagaur Fort, Rajasthan, India: Conservation and Training Programme 2007- 2011



Paintings of Ahhichatragarh, Nagaur: Report on the Investigations and Treatment Undertaken in February – March 2006 and Proposals for Future Conservation (2006)



Ahhichatragarh Fort and Palace Complex: A Preliminary Survey of the Wall Paintings (2005)



Related publications and articles

Martin de Fonjaudran, C., Tringham, S., Bogin, S., Menon, S., & Jasol, K. (2011). ‘Cultural identity, conservation approaches, and dissemination: conserving the wall paintings of Nagaur Fort, Rajasthan, India’. In ICOM-CC 16th Triennial Conference 2011 Proceedings Lisbon: Almada


G. Tillotson, Nagaur: a garden palace in Rajasthan, Mehrangarh Museum Trust, Jodhpur, 2010. ISBN: 9788191047110



D. Diamond, C. Glynn, K. Singh Jasol, Garden & Cosmos: The royal paintings of Jodhpur (cat. of an exhibition at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington DC), Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC, 2008. 050051443



M. Jain, K. Jain and M Arya, Architecture of a Royal Camp. Aadi Centre, Ahmendabad, 2009. ISBN 978-81-908528-0-



 The Asian Age (2018) Keeping India’s history alive and its rich heritage thriving


The Wall Street Journal (2013) India’s Last Maharaja



The Times of India (2013) Nagaur Fort Among 20 Finalists for Aga Khan Award



The Art Newspaper (2008) Saving the Crumbling Palaces of Nagaur



International Herald Tribune (2008) A Rare Glim