This is a book about the lost home, the new homes, and the journeys in between of nineteen sculptures that now reside in at least twelve separate museums across North America, Western Europe, and South India. After piecing together what these goddesses and their former companions might have meant when they were together in tenth-century South India, Kaimal traces them into the hands of private collectors and public museums as these objects became more thoroughly separated from each other with each transaction. In the process of export and purchase, and in the hostile as well as loving receptions these sculptures received within South Asia, she finds that collecting and scattering were the same activity experienced from different points of view.
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Descripción Association for Asian Studies, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0924304677