SAJC Vol. 3, 2009

South Asia Journal for Culture Volume 3 was published in 2009.  Its main essays included a discussion on postcolonial Bombay; an exploration of the politics involved in a Sikh museum for heroes in Punjab, India; and an essay on the transmission of art traditions in India with a focus on children and folk art.  

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