NAGARAJA RAO M.S.
Mirle Srinivasa Nagaraja Rao
is a well known archaeologist of Karnataka. He has done yeoman work related to
prehistoric Karnataka as also the Vijayanagara Empire and the Chalukyas of
Badami. After obtaining a master’s degree from the
the Architectural Inventory of the Urban Core’, (with George Mitchell),
Progress of Research’, 1979-1983,
‘Vijayanagara, Progress of Research’,
1983-198, centenary Publications 1, 1985, Directorate of Archaeology and
stone age hill dwellers of Tekkalakota’, 1965, Deccan College Postgraduate and
1996, Directorate of Archaeology and Museums,
6. Progress of archaeology in Karnataka, 1956-72, 1978, Directorate of Archaeology and Museums, Govt. of Karnataka.
‘Kiratarjuneeyam in Indian Art’, (with
particular reference to Karnataka) 1979, Agam,
historic cultures of the
Kings and Gods Meet The Royal Centre of
10. “The Chalukyas of Badami’ (Seminar Papers)
(Edited Work), 1978, Mythic Society,
11. ‘Madhu: recent researches in Indian archaeology and art history’, Sri M.N.Deshapanade Festschrift, (Edited Work), 1981, Agam Kala Prakashan.
1. ‘Sri Nagabhinandanam’, Festschript for M.S. Nagaraja Rao, Essays on art, culture, history, archaeology, epigraphy and conservation of cultural property of India and neighbouring countries, Volume 1, Edited by L.K.Srinivasan, S.Nagaraju and others, 1995, Published by Munshi Ram Manoharlal Publishers, New Delhi.