- Angul Copper-Plate of
the Journal of the Asiatic Society. Letters. Vol. XVII, No. 3, 1951.
- A Note on the Tirlingi
the Journal of the Bihar Research Society Vol. XXXVIII Parts 3-4,
FRAGMENTARY STONE INSCRIPTION FROM BH╠┘╦, from the Journal of the
Asiatic Society. Letters. Vol. XIX. NO. 1, 1953
Observations on the Interpretation of the PíŞinisutra Vísudevírjunabhyím
VUN and the Antiquity of the Bhígavatas, from the Journal of the
Bihar Research Society. Vol. XL, Part I 1954.
- An Inscribed Stone Slab from Paharia
from the Journal of the Asiatic Society. Letters. Vol.XXI, No. 1,
- The Vessantara Jataka from Central Asia
- A Coin of Satomalla, A New, A
NEW KID╦RA KUSH╦█A KING
Grace Morley as the Director of the National Museum, New Delhi
Trinity from Central Asia
Plates of Dharmapala of Pragjyotisha
Mediaeval Bronze Sculpture of Arapachana from Nepal
Spread of Indian Art and Culture to Central Asia and China
of Buddha and its Vedic Parallel
on the Worship of Images in Jainism (C.
200 B.C.-200 A.D.).
art of the Western Himalayas
Revanta from Kakrak Bamiyan in Afghanistan
in the collection of the National Museum, New Delhi
observations on an unidentified mural fragment from Bezeklik
Terracotta Panel from Bhitargaon, Showing a Ramayana Scene