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Biography

Prof. K. Krishnan

The Sayajirao University of Baroda, India

Professor


Email: krishnan.msu@gmail.com


Qualifications

1987 Ph.D., the Sayajirao University of Baroda, India

1982 M. Sc., the Maharaja Sayajirao University, India


Publications (Selected)

  1. Krishnan, K. (2019) Perceiving the Mind – a Journey Through Indian Rock Art. In (Ed.) Bansi Lal Malla. Understanding Rock Art of India-China: Rock Art of India, Volume –I. Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts : New Delhi, pp. 147-154.
  2. Krishnan, K. (2019) and Vrushab Mahesh. Awakening Myths, Legends and Heritage. In (Eds.)Robin Coningham and Nick Lewer, Archaeology, Cultural Heritage, Protection and Community Engagement in South Asia. Pivot Palgrave: London, pp 31-44.
  3. Oishi Roy and K. Krishnan (2018) Understanding Ancient Iron Technology of the Vidarbhan Megalithic: An Archaeo-Metallurgical and Ethnographic Perspective. Pratna Samiksha A Journal of Archaeology (9): 115-136.
  4. Krishnan. K. (2018) Indus Ceramic Industries: Complexities, Challenges and Prospects. Indian Journal of History of Science 53 (3): 263-270.
  5. Jamison, G.M., B.P. Sharma, P. Ajithprasad, K. Krishnan, K.K. Bhan and V.H. Sonawane (2017) Inscribed unicorn seals from Bagasara, Gujarat: A Comparative Analaysis of Morphology, Carving Styles and Distribution Patterns. Heritage; Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology (5): 1-21.
  6. K. Krishnan, Vrushab Mahesh, Rukshana Nanji and Atusha Irani (2017) Glimpses of Buddhism in Early Historic Gujarat, India. In (Eds.) Prishanta Gunawardhana, Robin Coningham and Krishnan Nampoothiri, Buddha Rashmi Vesak Volume: Essays in Buddhism and Buddhist Monastic Archaeology, CCF; Colombo, pp 157-176.
  7. Vrushab Mahesh, K. Krishnan, Rohita Eswer and Devra Anilkumar (2017) The character of veergal inscriptions – a reading of the engraved records. Heritage; Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology (5): 1-21.
  8. Chauhan, P.R., K. Krishnan, N. Tiwari, A. Mukherjee, A. Anoop, D.A. Sant and R. Patnaik (2017) At the Forest Edge: general Observations on New Microlithic Occurences in the Central Narmada basin, Madhya Pradesh. In (Eds.) S.G. Deo, A. Baptista and J. Joglekar, Rethinking the Past: A Tribute to Professor V.N. Mishra, ISPQS: Pune, pp 65-80.
  9. Rajesh, S. V. And K. Krishnan (2017) Roots of Sorath Harappans: A Study Based on the Reanalysis of Ceramics from Padri and Its Surroundings in Gujarat, Western India. In (eds.) Manmohan Kumar and Akinori Uesugi, Harappan Studies: Recent Researches in South Asian Archaeology. Vol II, Aryan Books International: New Delhi, pp 83-101.
  10. Oishi Roy and K. Krishnan (2016) Understanding the Megalithic Landscape of Ubali, Kalmeshwar Taluk, Nagpur District, Maharashtra. Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology (4): 86-104.
  11. Vrushab Mahesh, Abhijit Dandekar, Mahesh Jambulingam and K. Krishnan (2015) The Hero-stone Tradition and its Chronology in Hassan District, Karnataka. In (eds.) K.N. Dikshit, O.P. Tandon and S.S. Biswas, Swarajya Smriti, Homage to Dr. S.P. Gupta. Vol: I, The Indian Archaeological Society: New Delhi, pp.302-311.
  12. Rajesh, S.V., Prabhin Sukumaran and K. Krishnan (2015) Scenario of Chalcolithic Site Surveys in Gujarat. Pakistan Heritage, 7: 1-34.
  13. Parth Chauhan, K. Krishnan, Ketika Garg, Shubham Pal, Bharti Singh and Avinandan Mukherjee (2015) Revisiting the Joshipur Rockshelter Complex (Sehore District, Madhya Pradesh). Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology (3): 105-127.
  14. Krishnan, K. and R. Balvally (2015) Assessing the Early Historic Indian Ocean Trade through Ceramics. In (ed) K.S. Mathew, Imperial Rome, Indian Ocean Regions and Muziris. New Perspectives on Maritime Trade. Manohar Publisher: New Delhi, pp. 225-261.