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Please watch this space as we develop introductory essays on key topics and other resources for the study of Gandharan art and its classical connections.

From Maues to Mihirakula: Six Centuries of Coinage in Gandhara

A gallery of high-resolution images from Dr Shailendra Bhandare's workshop at the Ashmolean Museum, 2nd June 2017, is now available here. For a recording of the event via Facebook Live go to our webcasts page.


Short introductions to Gandharan topics

These downloadable introductory essays are intended to give brief, up-to-date overviews of particular topics and sites relevant to Gandharan art.

Dharmarajika, Taxila(by Wannaporn Rienjang)  (including appendices listing stone and stucco sculptures from the site)

Jamalgarhi (by Wannaporn Rienjang)

Sirkap (Taxila) (by Wannaporn Rienjang) (including appendix of sculptures from the site)

Takht-i-Bāhī (by Wannaporn Rienjang)

The Role of Sculptures on Stupas (by Wannaporn Rienjang)

Gandharan Art in the Victoria & Albert Museum, London

Listen to the audio recording and look at the accompanying slides: live recording of a tour in the Museum by Nick Barnard and Peter Stewart on 21st June 2019.

Click the icon for the audio recording.

Please use the recording with this this downloadable pdf slide-pack

Note that the audio recording may not work with older browsers. Please contact us if you have any problems playing it with recent software.
All images courtesy of the Victoria and Albert Museum.


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