Ganga Jamuni

By Naz Ikramullah

Ganga Jamuni
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This book by NazIkramullah is a beautiful showpiece of the revival of this forgotten Ganga-Jamuni 'tehzeeb'. The book portrays a vivid, lively and elaborate picture of how the two cultures, Muslim and Hindu, everything that defined them - their religious beliefs, thought, literature,music, ... Read more


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This book by NazIkramullah is a beautiful showpiece of the revival of this forgotten Ganga-Jamuni 'tehzeeb'. The book portrays a vivid, lively and elaborate picture of how the two cultures, Muslim and Hindu, everything that defined them - their religious beliefs, thought, literature,music, art, architecture, traditions, costumes and ornaments, food preference, common courtesies - almost every aspect of life, dissolved to create a new face.

Naz Ikramullah

Naz Ikramullah was born in London, England, and studied at the Byam Shaw School and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. Later, in Karachi, Pakistan, she studied etching with Michael Ponce de Leon, visiting artist from the Pratt Institute, New York.Naz has held several group and solo exhibitions in Ottawa, Mumbai, Delhi, Karachi, Amman, London and Bradford. Her work can be found in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Jordan in Amman, Cartwright Hall in Bradford, U.K., the United States Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., the Senate of Pakistan in Islamabad, the CMCTATA Collection in New Delhi, and the Ottawa Civic Hospital in Canada.Naz makes her home in Ottawa, Canada, and generally travels around the world during the year, in pursuit of her artistic interests.

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