It is to inform that a quarterly publication entitled Sthapatyam (Journal of the Indian Science of Architecture & Allied Sciences) has been launched for scholarly world and people interested in Ancient Science of Architecture & Vastu.
The Journal STHAPATYAM is devoted to the studies in Science and Technology of Architecture which comprises the Ancient Texts, extant Archaeological Examples of Art, Historical Interpretations, Geographical and Environmental implications, Studies in Culture and Traditions and Socio-Religious, Politico-Economical and Commercial activities and Constructions according to the norms provided in texts and the present day methodology and needs of modern times. The journal also deals with the inter-connected systems of Science and Theology.
A copy of the Journal STHAPATYAM is sent herewith to you / your Organization and we request you to become the member of STHAPATYAM.
The Journal is beneficial to specific as well as common persons since the articles are based on methodological research which provides results beneficial to all communities.
With its unique themes and rich illustrations, STHAPATYAM Journal is a collector’s item with a long shelf life, treated like a book and treasured by its readers. The publication also enjoys a high academic reputation nationally and internationally. With contributions by some of the most distinguished scholars and insightful minds in their fields, each of our volume is a comprehensive reference work on its subject.
The journal maintains a loyal readership and dedicated subscriber base worldwide, read not only in major cities but also in remote towns in India and across many countries abroad. STHAPATYAM Journal is sold in leading bookshops throughout India and through subscription agents in India and abroad. Its reach is vast due to additional availability at major libraries, museums, and research and educational institutions.
Our readers include Indophiles, art dealers and connoisseurs, executives, scholars, architects, designers and students.
Join us in our continuing efforts to engage and augment interest in Indian art and culture.