1) Evolution of Rasa-theory since Upanishads to sage Bharara to the 20th Century.
2) Indian aesthetics and its preambles.
3) Contribution of all Indian philosophies; religions and their sects; Yoga-practice; minor religions and regional philosophies to derive the concepts of Indian aesthetics.
4) Facets of poetry, literature and drama.
5) Definitions of connoisseurs according to Kama-Sutra and other texts.
6) Seeds of aesthetics and art in Vedic-literature.
7) Flowering of aesthetics in the classical literature of Sanskrit and its application to all the regional languages of India.
8) Canonical texts of India on performing, plastic and pictorial arts, literature, poetry and theatre.
9) Contribution of all dialects and their regional, local oral traditions.
10) Sub-cultures of India for Indian aesthetics and art.
11) Poetics and aesthetics.
12) Impact of aesthetics on painting in all media and their different styles.
13) Theory of suggestions and Indian aesthetics and art.
14) Impact of aesthetics on Indian architecture and its all Indian and foreign schools.
15) Temples of India, their sites, origin and mythological stories.
16) Temple-architecture of India and its different theories and tenets.
17) Persian, Muslim, Greek, Chinese, Gothic, French, English architectures and their influences on Indian Plastic art and vice-versa.
18) Symbols of Temple architecture of India and their meanings.
19) Influence of Indian temple architecture on south and south-east Asia, Egypt, Mongolia, Afghanistan or Greater India of the reign of Gupta-period.
20) Glossary of architecture.
21) Glossary of temple architecture.
22) Glossary of Iconography.
23) Glossary of Indian theatre architecture and drama.
24) Glossary of Cinematography.
25) Indian painting and its different schools and their theories.
26) Temple architecture, different schools and their theories.
27) Music, vocal, instrumental and dances, Gharanas and families, devoted to the individual theories.
28) Plastic-art, sculpture and iconography and structural architecture of India.
29) Impact of religions, minor religious sects on the art-forms and languages of different literature like Bhakti Era and its epistemological trends in Indian aesthetics.
30) Dynamic-theory (Shakti-Vada) of aesthetics.
31) Philosophies of different knowledge-theories of aesthetics.
32) Impact of different communities and their sub-cultures on Indian aesthetics and art.
33) Impact of culture on Indian art.
34) Impact of Indian civilization on art-forms.
35) Impact of Indian psychology on Indian aesthetics and art.
36) Impact of sociology on Indian aesthetics and art.
37) Impact of Cultural anthropology on Indian Aesthetics and art.
38) Symbology of Indian art.
39) Impact of Indian aesthetics on Indian Tourism.
40) Gypsy, tribal and rural art-forms like music, dance, instrumental music, fabric and pictorial art.
41) Indian Aesthetics and its preambles.
42) Contribution of Yoga-philosophy, science and religion to Indian poetry and literatures of all Indian languages starting from Vedic literature to modern age.
43) Rasa-theories since Bharata to 19th Century.
44) Definition of connoisseurs according to Kama-Sutra and erratic Censure-Board of Government of India for its performing arts.
45) History of Gramophone and symbol of a sitting dog.
46) Facets of literature and canonical norms of regional languages, dialects and oral tradition.
47) Muslim architecture, Chinese and Hindu influence therein.
48) Symbols of indigenous and foreign architecture like Gothic, Hellenistic, Persian, Roman and of minor Asia.
49) Influence of Indian Architecture on South and South-East Asia, Egypt, Monglia and Afganistan or Greater India during the reign of Gupta Dynasty.
50) Definition of Art or Kalā.
51) Architecture of Sikhism, Jainism, Buddhism and Hinduism and Sufism.
52) Folk-music, folk-dance, folk-drama, folk-musical instruments, folk-lores, folk-painting, folk-faiths and festivals.
53) Regional Schools of Film and Television.
54) Female and male physiognomy.
55) Indoor games of India.
56) History of Indian cosmetics and perfumery.
57) International cultural societies, associations, organizations and Institutes of aesthetics and art.
58) Iconography of Ragamala.
59) International-associations of Orient lists.
60) Illustrated manuscripts of India.
61) Indological studies in the US, U.K, Russia, Australia, Europe etc.
62) Biographical notes of archaeologists, orientalists, and aestheticians from India and all over the world.
63) Libraries and national archives famous for the collection of arts of antiquities and manuscripts and books.
64) Modern painters, musicians, instrumentalists, and writers of regional languages.
65) Museums and art galleries.
66) Motifs and miniature paintings.
67) Modern Cartoonists.
68) Details of canonical texts on arts.
69) Indian cosmology and cosmogony.
70) Costumes, cosmetics, weapons, instruments and outfits.
71) Tactics and strategies of warfare of India (from two Epics of India) with all Vyuhas mentioned in the Mahabharata.
72) The historical accounts of all the places of whole of India which are worth-seeing for the tourists.
73) Photos, pictures and Microfilms are prepared to illustrate important features of Indian art.
74) Whole nature as depicted in all the art-forms has illustrated elaborately with its flora and fauna.