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Thank you for putting so much information on the temples, with excellent photographs.
Can I become a member?
There is a brick masonary (lime mortar) temple in Kakdwip.
Which is very much in need of repair and renovation.
We will be grateful if engineering inputs are recieved for this.
When were these photographs taken?
Has ASI taken any measures to protect these unique art work?
I am a regular visitor to your website.
From your site I came to know about the Nandkishore Temple at Halisahar.
I desire to visit that temple complex.
Can you please inform me about the location of the temple.
Thanks for showing interest on Terracotta Temples and Architecture of eastern India.
I am a research scholar of History.
I am an artist that lives in London.
I have lived in India for over seven years from 1989 til 1996 and visit very year.
I travel and paint all over India.I have visited Calcutta twice.
I have not seen these temples and have fallen in love with these brilliant temples.
I would like some advice could you inform me of books on the subject.
Stuart Ian Robertson
Saw two terracotta temples on the road from Konnagar station to Ganga.
There are some panels on the one on the left.
The place is on Criper Road, Konnagar.
This is the road heading towards Konnagar Station from Konnagar Ferry Ghat.
Less than a kilometre from GT Road. Looked old but not very bad condition.
If you want more details let me know.
Your website is a very good effort on a very favourite subject.
Carry on with the good work.
Pls give us the information about 12-chala temple near Deulpur Shibtala in Deulpur.
This is the temple of Jaminder Jotiram Ghose.
This is a outstanding collection of Terracotta Architecture of Atpur! I like it.
I want to visit Atpur. How can I reach Atpur from Chinsurah/Hooghly.
I am waiting for the reply. Thanks to Aishee.
I'm totally overwhelmed to see your effort in conservation of such historical temple.
My mother belongs to Gobindaram Roy of Mahasaya family.
I must say how nicely you exhibit the beauty.
It is an excellent site on Bengal heritage.
I desire to know about temple-terracotta of Bengal particularly about the temple of Baranagar, Murshidabad.
Can you please explain to me what is a Deul and its features.
Very handsome layout as your usual work.
We are in the Dept of Bengali, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan.
We have deep passion for terracotta temples of bengal.
Abhra Bose, Reader, Dept of Bengali
Shreela Basu, Senior Lecturer, Dept of Bengali
I am very much interested about the temples of the village KAICHAL!
Could you give me any telephone number or email address of any one living in that vllage!
I visited the village last in 1955. Kaichal had a post office! I would remain obliged to you!
I liked your documentation a lot.
Dhruba Jyoti Ray
I want to know the information about temples of Daspur.
Time stood still as I stared at the changing photos of the index page of Aishee.
Congratulations and no, I shall not thank you, because that would be too formal an utterance.
Very pleased and interested to see your website.
Wishing you all the very best,
Came to know about your site through Mr.Shyamal Chatterji's forwarded mail.
Really it is a very good gesture. I am also interested in this venture.
I also want to be an active member of AISHEE.
I live in CHANDANNAGAR, District Hooghly, West Bengal.
Dear Amit Guha,
I've added a link to your Terracotta Architecture of Bengal website to my Art of India page.
Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
Dr. Christopher L. C. E. Witcombe
Professor, Department of Art History
Sweet Briar College