A Pathmaking Tradition

Marg was founded by Mulk Raj Anand in 1946, with the aim of developing a socially active and culturally engaging language of art. Marg magazine and books have been a forum for pioneering research in Indian art and are acclaimed for their standards of production and editorial content.
June 2019

Current Magazine

Gandhara: A Confluence of Cultures
Edited by: Naman P. Ahuja

This issue looks at the ancient and medieval art legacies and cultures of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Kashmir, to reclaim a cosmopolitan identity for these war-torn regions.

Print : 350 (INR) / $ 14 (USD)
June 2019

Current Quarterly Book

The Contemporary Hindu Temple: Fragments for a History
Edited by: Annapurna Garimella, Shriya Sridharan, A. Srivathsan

This book presents the Hindu temple from the perspectives of institutions and individuals, including priests, building practitioners and worshippers, to consider what it means when the temple is no longer at the centre of Indic life.

Print : 2800 (INR) / $ 70 (USD)

Current Special Publication

The Story of India’s Unicorns
By: Divyabhanusinh, Asok Kumar Das and Shibani Bose

This book records the history of India’s Greater One-horned Rhinoceros from prehistoric times to the present.

Print : 2000 (INR) / $ 48 (USD)