Project Description

Manju Kak

Manju Kak taught art history, literature and cultural studies in Delhi, UK and Hong Kong and authored Whose Media? A Woman’s Space to name one of her many books. Recipient of the Hawthornden fellowship among others, her passion for Himalayan ethnography and culture led her to research on and curate exhibitions like N. Roerich, Painter of the Himalayas (2009) and A Craftsman and his Craft: Iconography of Wood Carvings of Kumaon (1998). She lives in Delhi and Ranikhet.

Books by Manju Kak: