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article-icon34x34 With Peter Rockwell, “A Flexible Concept of Finish: Rock-Cut Monuments of Pre-Modern India, Archives of Asian Art, 2011 PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 With Richard Davis, “Addition, Erasure, and Adaptation: Interventions in the Rockcut Monuments at Mamallapuram,” Archives of Asian Art, 2010 PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Questioning Narrativity and Inscribed Labels: Buddhist Bharhut, Sannati, and Borobudur,” in Himanshu Prabha Ray edited, Sacred Landscapes in Asia: Shared Traditions, Multiple Histories, New Delhi: IIC – Manohar, 2007. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Identity and Visibility: Reflections on Museum Displays of South Asian Art,” in Gita Rajan and Shailaja Sharma eds. New Cosmopolitanisms: South Asian in the US, Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Divine Beauty: Revealed and Concealed,” Orientations, Nov-Dec 2006: 42-45
article-icon34x34 “The Very Idea of a Portrait.” Ars Orientalis, 28 (1998): 41-50. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Reading Love Imagery on the Indian Temple.” In Love in Asian Art & Culture. Washington D.C.: Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, 1998: 96-113. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Circumambulating the Bharhut Stupa: The Viewers’ Experience.” In Picture Showmen: Insights into the Narrative Tradition in Indian Art, ed. Jyotindra Jain, Bombay: Marg Publications, 1998: 22-31. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “The Dominance of Space over Time in India’s Visual Narratives.” In Paradigms of Indian Architecture: Space and Time in Representation and Design, ed. G.H.R.Tillotson, London: Curzon Press, 1998: 80-106. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 Entries on South Asia in Beyond the Legacy. Anniversary Acquisitions for the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, ed, Thomas Lawton and Thomas W. Lentz, Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, 1998: 160-175, 178-83, 186-203.
article-icon34x34 “Narrative Structure in Jagat Singh’s Ramayana: A Preliminary Study,” Artibus Asiae, 54 (1996): 303-324. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Enduring Stereotypes About Asia: All Indian Art is Religious,” Education About Asia, I (1996): 5-9.
article-icon34x34 “Iconographic Transference between Krsna and Three Saiva Saints.” In Indian Art and Connoisseurship. Essays in honour of Douglas Barrett, ed. John Guy, Ahmedabad: Mapin Publishing, 1995: 140-49. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Woman’s Body: Site of Contestation.” In Meera Devidayal, Bombay: Cymroza Gallery, 1995: 1-3.
article-icon34x34 “Sculptures from Southern India in The Florence and Herbert Irving Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.” Orientations (1994): 44-53.
article-icon34x34 “Comment: A Broader Landscape.” In Sati. The Blessing and the Curse, ed. J.S. Hawley, New York: Oxford University Press, 1994: 49-54.
article-icon34x34 “The Heritage of Sri Lankan Art.” Asian Art (Summer 1993): 6-31.
article-icon34x34 “Aniconism and the Multivalence of Emblems.” Ars Orientalis 21 (1992): 45-66. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “The Collective and Popular Basis of Early Buddhist Patronage.” In The Powers of Art. Patronage in Indian Culture, ed. Barbara Stoler-Miller, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1992: 35-45. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Narrative Modes in Ajanta Cave 17: A Preliminary Study.” South Asian Studies, 7 (1991): 45-57.
article-icon34x34 “On Modes of Narration in Early Buddhist Art,” Art Bulletin 72 (1990): 374—392. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “The Future of India’s Past. Conservation of Cultural Heritage.” In India Briefing 1990, Boulder, San Francisco, Oxford: Westview Press, 1990: 131-157.
article-icon34x34 “Stupas and Sculptures of Early Buddhism.” Asian Art (1989): 7-32
article-icon34x34 “Bodh Gaya and Sri Lanka.” In Bodhgaya: The Site of Enlightenment, ed. Janice Leoshko, Bombay: Marg Publications, 1989: 89-100.
article-icon34x34 “Southern Indian Art.” In South and Southeast Asian Art in the Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, special issue of Orientations (1988): 34-47.
article-icon34x34 “The Persistence of Buddhism in Tamilnadu.” In A Potpourri of Indian Art, ed. Pratapaditya Pal,Bombay: Marg Publications, 1988: 53-74. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Sambandar: A Child Saint from South India.” South Asian Studies, 3 (1987): 53-71.
article-icon34x34 “Brick Temples of India: Origins and Development.” In From Indian Earth: 4000 Years of Indian Terracotta Art, ed. Amy Poster, New York: The Brooklyn Museum, 1986: 43-56.
article-icon34x34 “Royal Temple of the Eighty one Yoginis.” In Dimensions of Indian Art.PupulJayakar Seventy, ed. Lokesh Chandra, New Delhi: Agam Kala Prakashan, 1986: 93-98.
article-icon34x34 Paul F. Walter.” In American Collectors of Asian Art, ed. Pratapaditya Pal, Bombay: Marg Publications, 1986: 205-223.
article-icon34x34 “The Sri Lankan Collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.” Arts of Asia (1985): 80-89.
article-icon34x34 With Gary M. Tartakov. “Sharing, Intrusion and Influence: The Mahisasuramardini Imagery of the Calukyas and the Pallavas.” Artibus Asiae, 45 (1984): 287-345. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Yogini Temples of India: A Preliminary Investigation.” Art International, 25 (1982): 6-29. PDF – View | Download
article-icon34x34 “Early Activity at Amaravati.” Archives of Asian Art, 23 (1969/70): 41-54.
article-icon34x34 “Early Buddhist Caves at Junnar.” Artibus Asiae, 31 (1969): 147-166.

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