Harappan Pottery- Techniques and Conservation
|Author:||Sanjib Kumar Singh and M.D. Ali Nasir|
|Publisher:||ABHISHEK PRAKASHAN, DELHI|
|Pages:||124 (Throughout B/w and Color Illustrations)|
He authored 'Man in Paleolithic Age": 'Paleolithic Age': 'Glory that was Harappan Civilization': 'Buddhist Art in National Museum Collection'; etc. Also edited Krishnayan Ramarghya Commemorative Volumes, Indian Museum Bulletin, National Museum Newsletter. His more than 85 research articles are published in the International/National Journals. His drama 'Chamche Badalte Nahi', 'Sach Ki Goli' also published along with story, travelogue, poems.
Government of India deputed him as an expert to Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Belgium, Germany, France, Austria, South Korea, United State of America, United Kingdom etc. beside Nepal, Bhutan to organize Exhibition, deliver lectures. Now Heads Publication Department of the National Museum, Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, New Delhi. He has also worked with ASI, INTACH, Indian Museum, Kolkata.
Md. All Nasir, obtained his Master in Conservation and Restoration of Art from National Museum Institute, New Delhi after graduating in Chemistry (Hons.) from Aligarh Muslim University. Presently, UGC JRF scholar in conservation National Museum Institute and his research area is Carpet and Textiles conservation. He got Eurasia Pacific Uninet (EPU) Scholarship to study at Institute of Conservation, University of applied Arts Vienna, Austria in 2013-2014. He was associated with President House of India as a Docent for two years and now actively participated in several conservation seminars and conferences like International Council of Museum-Conservation Committee (ICOM-CC), SOIMA by International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) Italy, and Workshop on Textile Conservation by University of Applied Arts Vienna. He is Honorary Consultant for Heritage Restore (Regd.). He is also member of International Council of Museum (ICOM), Museum Association of India (MAI) and Indian Association for the Study of Conservation of Cultural Property (IASC). He is also associated with National Museum New Delhi as a Volunteer Guide.
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