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BIBLIOGRAPHY
This bibliography lists all the titles
Lewis Koch has used in the full project
"Notes from the Stone-Paved Path,"
not just those represented in this keep-
sake.  Page numbers refer to the page
Koch has chosen to pair with one of his
photographs.  Numbers in square brack-
ets refer to pages in this publication.
Unless indicated otherwise, all titles are
held by Memorial Library, University of
Wisconsin-Madison.
Agnihotri, Ram Awatar.  Social and political study
of modern Hindi cinema.  Past, present, and future
perspectives.  New Delhi: Commonwealth
Publishers, 1990.  Page 245
Amir Khusraw Dihlavi.  India as seen by Amir
Khusrau (in 1318 A.D.) Trans R. Nath and
Faiyaz "Gwaliari."  1st ed. Jaipur: Historical
Research Documentation Programme, 1981.
Copy no. 261.  Page 55.
Appachana, Anjana.  Incantations and other stories.
New Brunswick, N. J.: Rutgers University Press,
1992.  Page 3.
Arbuthnot, Forster Fitzgerald.  Early ideas.  A
group of Hindoo stories.  London: W.H. Allen and
Co., 1881.  Page 158
Bandopadhyay, Manohar.  Behind the eyelids.  A
collection of short stories.  1st ed.  New Delhi:
Praveen Prakashan, 1984.  Page 90
Brough, John, trans.  Poems from the Sanskrit.
Harmondsworth: Penguin.  1968.  Page 56.
Buzurg ibn Shahriyar.  The book of the marvels of
India.  From the Arabic by L. Marcel Devic.  Trans.
Peter Quennell.  New York: Lincoln Mac Veagh,
The Dial Press, 1929.  Page 144.  [20]
Campbell, J. Gabriel.  Saints and householders.  A
study of Hindu ritual and myth among the Kangra
Rajputs.  Kathmandu: Ratna Pustak Bhandar,
1976.  Page 82.
[Cartier-Bresson, Henri.]  Henri Cartier-Bresson
in India.  Intro.  Yves Vequaud.  London: Thames
and Hudson, 1987.  Page 12.
Das, Kamala, and Pritish Nandy.  Tonight, this
savage rite.  The love poems of Kamala Das and
Pritish Nandy.  New Delhi: Gulab Vazirani for
Arnold-Heinemann, 1979. Page 55. [37]
David-Neel, Alexandra, and Lama Yongden.  The
secret oral teachings in Tibetan Buddhist sects.  Trans.
H.N.M. Hardy.  Calcutta: Maha Bodhi Society
of India. 1971.  Page 16.  [14]
Dhawan, Rajinder Kumar.  Henry David Thoreau.
A study in Indian influence.  New Delhi: Classical
Pub. Co., 1985.  Page 79.
Downs, Hugh R. Rhythms of a Himalayan village.
1st ed. San Francisco: Harper and Row, 1980.
Page 21.
DUncan, Marion Herbert.  More harvest festival
dramas of Tibet.  London: Mitre Press, 1967.
Page 62.
Dutt, Manmatha Nath.  Gleanings from Indian
classics.  Vol. 3.  Prophets of Ind. [sic] Calcutta:
[n.p.], 1894.  Page 98. [30]
Dwivedi, Amar Nath, and G.K. Vishwayidya-
laya.  Indian thought and tradition in American liter-
ature.  1st ed.  New Delhi: Oriental Publishers and
Distributors, 1978.  Page 103.
Edensor, Tim.  Tourists at the Taj.  Performance and
meaning at a symbolic site.  Londn and New
York: Routledge, 1998.  Page 129.
[Ensminger, Douglas.] A guide to community
development.  [Delhi]: Ministry of Community
Development.  1957.  Page 39.
Gandhi, Mahatma.  The India of my dreams.
Compiled by R. K. Prabhu.  Bombay: Hind
Kitabs, 1949, 1947.  Page 45.
Garagi, Balawanta.  The naked triangle.  An
autobiographical novel.  Sahibabad Vikas, 1979.
Page 105.
Ghose, Sudhindra Nath.  Cradle of the clouds.
London: Michael Joseph, 1951.  Page 68.
Godden, Jon and Rumer.  Shiva's pigeons.
An experience of India.  Photographs by Stella
Snead. London: Chatto and Windus, 1972.
Page 372.  [40]
Govinda, Anagarika Brahmacari.  The way of the
white clouds.  A Buddhist pilgrim in Tibet.
London: Hutchinson, 1966.  Page 5.
Harrison, Barbara J., ed. Learning about India.
An annotated guide for nonspecialists. [New York]:
Foreign Area Materials Center, [SUNY]; New
Delhi: Educational Resources Center, 1977.
Page 141.
Ishihara, Hiroshi, ed. Markets and marketing in
north India.  Nagoya, Japan: Dept. of Geography.
Nagoya University, 1991.  Page 156.  [26]
Jetsun Pema.  Tibet: My story, an autobiography.
Rev. ed. Trans. Geraldine Le Roy and James
Mayor.  Shaftesbury, Dorset: Element, 1997.
Page 108.
Kaye, George Rusby.  Hindu astronomy.  Ancient
science of the Hindus.  New Delhi: Cosmo
Publications, 1981.  Page 59.  Originally pub-
lished 1924.
Kuberski, Philip.  The persistence of memory.
Organism, myth, test.  Berkeley: University of
California Press, 1992.  Page 54.  [38]
Mahmood, Hameeduddin.  The kaleidoscope of
Indian cinema.  New Delhi: Affiliated East-West
Press, 1974.  Page 137.
Maraini, Fosco.  Secret Tibet.  Trans, Eric
Mosbacher.  London: Hutchinson, 1956, 1952.
Page 206. [28]
Matilal.  Bimal Krishna.  Logical and ethical issues
of religious belief. Calcutta: University of
Calcutta, 1982.  Page 117.
Nagarjuna, and Kaysang Gyatso, Seventh Dalai
Lam.  The precious garland and the song of the four
mindfulnesses.  Trans. and ed. Jeffrey Hop-kins,
Lati Rimpoche, and Anne Klein.  London: G.
Allen and Unwin, 1975.  Page 31.  [19]
Ngawang Dhargey.  Tibetan tradition of mental
development.  Oral teachings of Tibetan Lama Geshey
Ngawang Dhargyey.  Dharamsala: Library of
Tibetan Works and Archives, 1974.  Page 8. [32]
Orlich, Leopold von. Travels in India, including
Sinde and the Punjab [Reise in Ostindien in Briefen
an A. V. Humboldt and C. Ritter]. Trans. H. Evans
Lloyd.  2 vols.  London: Longman, Brown, Green,
and Longmans, 1845.  Vol. 1.  Page 35. [25]
Pagal Baba.  Temple of the phallic king.  The mind of
India: Yogis, Swamis, Sufis, and Avataras.  Ed. and
with photos by Edward Rice.  New York: Simon
and Schuster, 1973.  Page 54. [16]
Pfeiderer, Beatrix, and Lothar Lutze, ed. The
Hindi filmm.  Agent and re-agent of cultural change.
New Delhi: Manohar, 1985.  Page 163.  [31]
Powell, Andrew.  Heirs to Tibet. Travels among the
exiles in India.  London: Heinemann, 1992.
Page 52.
Puri Rakshat.  In the chronicles.  Poems.  Delhi:
Parag Prakashan, 1978.  Page 71.  [23]
Raya, Ramakumara.  Encyclopedia of Indian erotics.
1st ed.  Varanasi: Ptachya Prakashan, 1983.
Page 355.
Rati-sastram: Or, the Hindu system of sexual
science.  Trans.  Abinash Chandra Ghose. 2nd rev.
ed.  Delhi: Nag Publishers, 1977.  Page 84.
Saklani, Girija.  The uprooted Tibetans in India.  A
sociological study of continuity and change.  New
Delhi: Cosmo Publications, 1984.  Page 435.
School diary.  Dharamsala: Tibetan Children's
Village, 1996.  Page 18.  Courtesy Lewis Koch.
Schumacher, Ernst Friedrich, Small is beautiful.
A study of economics as if people mattered.  London:
Blond and Briggs, 1973.  Page 55.
Sen, Geeti, ed. Perceiving India.  Insight and
inquiry.  New Delhi: India International Centre;
Sage Publications, 1993.  Page 130.
Sinha, R. P. N., ed.  A book of English verse on
Indian soil.  Bombay: Orient Longmans, [1966].
Page 104.  [back cover]
Srikant, Power in temples.  A new look through
modern science.  1st ed.  Madras: Integral Books,
1979.  Page 27.
Swarup, R., and B. K. Sikka.  Agricultural develop-
ment in Himachal Pradesh.  New Delhi: Agricole
Publishing Academy, 1983.  Page 13.
Trungpa, Chogyam.  Transcending madness.  The
experience of the six bardos.  Ed. Judith L. Lief. 1st
ed. Boston, London: Shambhala, 1992.  Page 70.
Vinoba, Steadfast wisdom.  Trans. Lila Ray.  1st
ed.  Raighat, Varanasi: Sarva Seva Sengh
Prakashan, 1966.  Page 63.
Wright, Caleb.  Costumes and remarkable person-
ages in India.  Boston: Published by the author,
1849.  Title page.  [13]
BIOGRAPHIES
LEWIS KOCH, born 1949, New York City, lives in Madison, Wisconsin.  For the
past twenty-five years he
has been working independently as an artist and documentary photographer.
 His personal work has been
shown in solo exhibitions in London, New York City, Rotterdam, Brussels,
Seoul, Chicago, Los Angeles and
elsewhere, and in numerous group exhibitions.  His work has also been presented
in site-specific projects in
garages and a series of billboards, and in art journals and artists' book
and video collaborations.
Photographs and assemblages by the artist are in permanent collections throughout
the United States,
Canada and Europe, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Maison Europeenne
de la Photographie
(Paris), Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Museum fur Kunst und Gewerbe (Hamburg),
Museet for Fotokunst (Odense,
Denmark), Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago) and San Francisco Museum of
Modern Art.  As an
artist-in-residence at the Fotografisk Center in Copenhagen, Koch created
the web project, Touchless Automatic
Wonder (2001), at www.digitalroom.org, which provides a comprehensive overview
of his work in photography,
installations and temporary public artworks.
Joseph W. Elder's cumulative eight years of living in India have included
two years teaching high-
school English in Madurai, Tamilnadu, and eighteen months gathering dissertation
materials while living
with his family in tents beside and Uttar Pradesh village.  Between 1986
and 1994 he was president of the
New Delhi-based American Institute of Indian Studies.  He is faculty coordinator
for the University of
Wisconsin's College-Year-in-India and College-Year-in-Nepal programs, and
he has helped produce over
twenty documentary films dealing with India.
Vinay Dharwadker is the author of SUnday at the Lodi Gardens (Viking, 1994),
and has recently
completed his second collection, Someone Else's Paradise: Poems 1971-2001.
 Among the books he has edited
or co-edited are The Oxford Anthology of Modern Indian Poetry (1994), The
Collected Poems of A. K. Ramanujan
(1995), and The Collected Essays of A. K. Ramanujan (1999), all published
by Oxford University Press.  He
has also edited Cosmopolitan Geographies: New Locations in Literature and
Culture (Routledge, 2001) for the
English Institute, Harvard University; and his latest book, Kabir: The Weaver's
Songs, will be published by
Penguin Classics in fall 2003.  He teaches South Asian literatures and serves
as director of the Center for
South Asia at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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