No great writing in Indian art and architecture has come after Ananda K Coomaraswamy and E B Havell. James Fergusson, Jouveau Dubreuil, Alexander Rea, A H Longhurst, J C Harley, Stella Kramrisch, Percy Brown and even contemporary writers like Adam Hardy have done good work in spotlighting hidden structures and their basic histories.
Indian writers from third phase, particularly K V Soundararajan and C Sivaramamurty were discussed on art and architecture from the perspective of its creators. The blank continues again, thereafter.
Artist and sculptor S A V Elanchezian offers new research where no scholar has ever been before.
It's not just aesthetics and art, but the author also delves into history to throw light on how Tamilian art and architecture aspired to be among the best in the world.
The author of this book is a multifaceted and dedicated man from an orthodox sculptural background.
S A V Elanchezhian is a well-known contemporary painter-sculptor, art historian and professor.
He is qualified in art, not just by heredity, but with f, ac intellectual degrees as well. His PhD strengthened his ntellectual caliber, having high eligibility both practically and theoretically.
His early two books written in Tamil and were highly appreciated. His research papers have been published in international journals and are available online.
A hardworking, simple man with a very active lifestyle, he is loved by his students for his interesting and varied teaching style, where he presents high concepts in understandable form.
His writing and research will mark new frontiers in Tamil history.
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