Late Shri Munish Chandra (1935-2007) devoted all his life to the study and research on art history, architecture, iconography, epigraphy, besides field archaeology. He left an indefatigable mark as an Indologist. Within the ambit of his scholarship was also included the study of Buddhist art and architecture a subject close to his heart.
This volume brings together 20 selected essays which Shri M.C. Joshi wrote over a period of nearly four decades. Perceptive, insightful and thought-provoking, these essays present an entirely new approach to the study of Buddhist art and architecture.