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    Murals on the walls of Maithil houses in Bihar.
  1. Photo 379/(1)
    Four murals on the outer verandah of the house of Sinhesvar Jha, village Kakraul, p.s. Madhubani, Darbhanga district: An elephant with large and small male figures. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  2. Photo 379/(2)
    Four murals on the outer verandah of the house of Sinhesvar Jha, village Kakraul, p.s. Madhubani, Darbhanga district: Radha and Krishna, each with four arms, standing behind a peacock with a snake in its mouth. Above them a recumbent milkmaid and a fish 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  3. Photo 379/(3)
    Four murals on the outer verandah of the house of Sinhesvar Jha, village Kakraul, p.s. Madhubani, Darbhanga district:Another view of the above showing portions of adjacent murals; on the left, an elephant; on the right, a flowering tree. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  4. Photo 379/(4)
    Four murals on the outer verandah of the house of Sinhesvar Jha, village Kakraul, p.s. Madhubani, Darbhanga district: Visnu with four arms standing with Garuda; male and female figures on the adjacent wall. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  5. Photo 379/(5)
    Lotus circles surrounded by parrots, turtle, fish, chess-board and a small figure of Radha. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  6. Photo 379/(6)
    Bride and bridegroom; to the left, milkmaids in a boat. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  7. Photo 379/(7)
    Two murals in the bridal chamber of the house of Santlal Jha, village Rohika, p.s. Madhubani, Darbhanga district: Krishna and the circular dance. A male figure to the right; two monkeys to the left. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  8. Photo 379/(8)
    Two murals in the bridal chamber of the house of Santlal Jha, village Rohika, p.s. Madhubani, Darbhanga district:Krishna and the circular dance. To the left two wrestlers; to the right a fish and flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  9. Photo 379/(9)
    'Bamboo tree' and Krishna in a kadam tree, surrounded by milkmaids, sun, parrots and fish. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  10. Photo 379/(10)
    Lotus circle with the bride and bridegroom below; a 'bamboo tree' with two figures. To the right, part of Krishna in a kadam tree; sun, moon and wedding mat. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  11. Photo 379/(11)
    Lotus circle pierced by a 'bamboo tree'; below two fishes and a chess board. On the right adjoining wall a maid-servant holding a fan and a 'bamboo tree' with parrots. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  12. Photo 379/(12)
    Four panels containing Visnu and three incarnations - the fish (matsya avatara), the tortoise (kurma avatara) and the boar (varaha avatara). Above, a railway train and stationmaster with tickets. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  13. Photo 379/(13)
    Lotus circles with lotuses and parrots; to the right, Durga on a tiger; above her two fishes. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  14. Photo 379/(14)
    Visnu on Garuda; to the left, lotus circles. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  15. Photo 379/(15)
    Laksmi surrounded by lotus flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  16. Photo 379/(16)
    Durga, ten-armed, with a sister, maid-servant, gate-keeper and the goddess Ganga surrounded with flowers, parrots and peacocks. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  17. Photo 379/(17)
    Detail of (16) showing a gatekeeper with an umbrella and a maid-servant of Durga holding flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  18. Photo 379/(18)
    Detail of (16) showing bust and head of Durga with, on the right, Ganga seated on a makara and holding lotus flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  19. Photo 379/(19)
    Detail of (16) showing lower part of Durga with, on the right, Kamala, a sister of Durga, holding flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  20. Photo 379/(20)
    Radha and a four-armed Krishna, surrounded by flowers; to the left a milk-maid. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  21. Photo 379/(21)
    Durga, eight-armed, with two maid-servants, surrounded by flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  22. Photo 379/(22)
    A lotus circle and Krishna playing his flute. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  23. Photo 379/(23)
    Siva and Parvati surrounded by flowers; above, a small attendant. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  24. Photo 379/(24)
    Durga, eight-armed, below her a small tiger and a small prostrate Siva; a lotus circle on the right. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  25. Photo 379/(25)
    Siva and Parvati with an attendant, surrounded by flowers and a fish; on the left lotus circles. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  26. Photo 379/(26)
    Durga on a lion killing an asura; on the right, Ganesa with two rats. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  27. Photo 379/(27)
    Four murals in the bridal chamber of the house of Ram Adin Das, village Keoti, p.s. Darbhanga, Darbhanga district: Two panels depicting a bride. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  28. Photo 379/(28)
    Four murals in the bridal chamber of the house of Ram Adin Das, village Keoti, p.s. Darbhanga, Darbhanga district: The bridegroom in wedding headdress touching a tree; beside him, the bride and an attendant with a fan. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  29. Photo 379/(29)
    Four murals in the bridal chamber of the house of Ram Adin Das, village Keoti, p.s. Darbhanga, Darbhanga district: The attendant with the fan and three other bridesmaids carrying the marriage pot, the auspicious elephant and the plate. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  30. Photo 379/(30)
    Four murals in the bridal chamber of the house of Ram Adin Das, village Keoti, p.s. Darbhanga, Darbhanga district: The bridesmaids with the elephant and plate. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  31. Photo 379/(31)
    Two women surrounded with flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  32. Photo 379/(32)
    Two bridesmaids carrying the auspicious elephant and plate, surrounded by a peacock and flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  33. Photo 379/(33)
    Two bridesmaids; on the right, Parvati and Siva. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  34. Photo 379/(34)
    Parvati, Siva, Ganesa and Brahma. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  35. Photo 379/(35)
    Camels surrounded by plants and flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  36. Photo 379/(36)
    Panels containing the tortoise (kachua avatara) and the boar (varaha avatara), second and third incarnations of Visnu; the figures surrounded with flowers and peacocks. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  37. Photo 379/(37)
    Panels containing Parvati and Siva with the bull Nandi and another deity; peacocks and flowers. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  38. Photo 379/(38)
    Panels containing the bridegroom, bride and a bridesmaid; Parvati, Siva and Nandi; flowers and peacocks. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  39. Photo 379/(39)
    Visnu and Laksmi on Sesa Naga surrounded by other deities including Ganesa on his rat and Krishna quelling Kaliya. Flowers, peacocks, fishes surround the figures. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  40. Photo 379/(40)
    A panel containing Krishna and the circular dance; flowers and peacocks. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  41. Photo 379/(41)
    Two panels containing Laksmi lustrated by elephants and Ganga on a makara. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  42. Photo 379/(42)
    Panel containing the Jagannatha trio. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  43. Photo 379/(43)
    Hanuman with three monkeys. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  44. Photo 379/(44)
    Veiled brides; above, a bullock. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  45. Photo 379/(45)
    Aripan in white on the mud floor in the bridal chamber of the house of Paramesvar Jha (Maithil Brahmin), village Birsair, p.s. Madhubani, Darbhanga district. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  46. Photo 379/(46)
    Auspicious clay elephant in the house of Sitanath Jha (Maithil Brahmin), village Ujan, p.s. Bahera, Sadr subdivision, Darbhanga district. 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  47. Photo 379/(47)
    Painted clay plate showing Krishna and two milkmaids with two cowherds, two bullocks, an apsaras and flowers. House of Mohan Lal Das (Maithil Kayasth), 
    Archer, William George
    1940

  48. Photo 379/(48)
    Aide-mémoire on cloth for a design of a lotus circle pierced by a bamboo belonging to the household of Ram Krishna Das (Maithil Kayasth), village Baujparaul, 
    Archer, William George
    1940

    Archer Collection: Notes and Photographs on Naga Sangtams and other aspects of Naga culture.
  49. Mss Eur F236/82()
    Notes and photographs on Naga sangtams and other aspects of Naga culture. 
    Archer, William George
    1930s

    Archer Collection: Notes and Photographs on Naga art.
  50. Mss Eur F236/83()
    Notes and photographs on Naga art. 
    Archer, William George
    1930s


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