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Ahuja, Naman

Naman P. Ahuja School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Naman P. Ahuja is an art historian and curator and is Associate Professor in the field of visual studies at J.N.U., where his research and graduate teaching focus on Indian iconography, ancient and medieval Indian sculpture, temple architecture and Sultanate period painting. Some of his publications include: Divine Presence: The Arts of India and the Himalayas (transl.into Catalan and Spanish, Five continents editions, Milan, 2003), “Changing Gods, Enduring Rituals: Observations on Early Indian Religion as seen through Terracotta Imagery c. 200 bc–ad 200” in South Asian Archaeology, Paris, 2001; The Making of the Modern Indian Artist-Craftsman: Devi Prasad (Routledge, 2011 ); and The Body Indian Art and Thought (transl. into French and Dutch, Ludion, 2013) his latest work, accompanies a major exhibition with the same title in Brussels for Europalia.