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Indian Mythology Paintings

The theme was Indian mythology paintings there created about peace and beauty of our God and Goddess. I felt our Indian mythology and our God and Goddess how their beautification of the ornaments,

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Artistic work

Artistic work -Contemporary Paintings
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celebration

celebration - Indian Art
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MANOHARA

MANOHARA - Indian Art
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VISHVAMOORTIH

VISHVAMOORTIH - Indian Art
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SILENT LOVE

SILENT LOVE - Indian Art
Rs. 75 000.00

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Integrated

Integrated - Indian Art
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18.

18. - Indian Art
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Darkness

Darkness - Indian Art
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Tree of life

Tree of life - Indian Art
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RELAX

RELAX - Indian Art
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The Beast of Beasts

The Beast of Beasts - Indian Art
Rs. 20 000.00

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Self-Portrait

Self-Portrait - Indian Art
Rs. 350 000.00

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Expansion of Mind

Expansion of Mind - Indian Art
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Dahleez

Dahleez - Indian Art
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conversation

conversation - Indian Art
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TIN KANYA II

TIN KANYA II - Indian Art
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NANDAN

NANDAN - Indian Art
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Amitabh Bachchan

Amitabh Bachchan - Indian Art
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GOUTAM

GOUTAM - Indian Art
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Eternal Creation

Eternal Creation - Indian Art
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Female Tribe

Female Tribe - Indian Art
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Rainbow symphony

Rainbow symphony - Indian Art
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JAGANMAYEE

JAGANMAYEE - Indian Art
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Alone

Alone - Indian Art
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Fairy Tail

Fairy Tail - Indian Art

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Beautiful imagery

Beautiful imagery  - Indian Art
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Dancers

Dancers - Indian Art
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The Masks Within

The Masks Within - Indian Art
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Synthesis

Synthesis - Indian Art
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Traditional Art

Traditional Art - Indian Art
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Mosaic

Mosaic - Indian Art
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The whales

The whales - Indian Art
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Colors

Colors - Indian Art
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Free Personality

Free Personality - Indian Art
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Hema Malini

Hema Malini - Indian Art
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TIRUPATI

TIRUPATI - Indian Art
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conversation

conversation - Indian Art
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The dream

The dream - Indian Art
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END OF THE LAW

END OF THE LAW - Indian Art
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Yoga on the beach

Yoga on the  beach - Indian Art
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toy seller

toy seller - Indian Art
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Gandhiji

Gandhiji - Indian Art
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GAJA- 1

GAJA- 1 - Indian Art
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POOJA

POOJA - Indian Art
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In the darkness

In the darkness - Indian Art
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Gaja 7

Gaja 7 - Indian Art
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Gaja saga

Gaja saga - Indian Art
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Koi fishes

Koi fishes  - Indian Art
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rhytham devine

rhytham devine - Indian Art
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Chakshu

Chakshu - Indian Art
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EKADANTA

EKADANTA - Indian Art
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Painting A Rose

Painting A Rose - Indian Art
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shakti

shakti - Indian Art
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THE COMBINATION

THE COMBINATION - Indian Art
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INDIAN ART AND ITS BEAUTY

Art, at its simplest, is a form of communication and means whatever it is intended to mean by the artist. Art’s meaning is shaped by the materials, techniques and forms it makes use of, Simultaneously the ideas and feelings, thoughts and observation it engenders in the viewers. Indian Art encompasses these feelings and experiences. 

Indian Art has a different genre and styles of Art forms including plastic arts (e.g. pottery and sculpture), visual arts (e.g. paintings), and textile arts (e.g. woven silk). Indian Art finds itsusefulness not only as a visual document of Indian History but its aesthetic appreciation is quiet evident. The prominence of the cave paintings and murals as found in Bhimbetka petro glyph (Madhya Pradesh) dates back to the Stone Age. We find the Classical Indian Painting (up to 1150 century) of Ajanta, Tanjore, Bengal, the Mathura and Gandhara School of Arts. There had been development of Indian yakṣa prototypes. The PostClassical Indian Painting (14–16th century) includes Vijayanagar art, the Rajput Paintings, Jaunpur Paintings, Orissa Paintings. Indian paintings are patchworks of different styles.

 The Madhubani painting of Mithila, Bihar depicts religious paintings from Ramayana and is of royal weddings and courts. The women paints them leaving no space, the gaps were painted with flowers, animals, birds and geometric designs. 

 The Rajput paintings of Pahari style were miniature paintings depicting Ramayana, Mahabharata, Krishna’s life with beautiful landscapes and nature. Women and men wear lots of jewelleries from head to ankles. Men wear colourful turbans. 

The Mughal paintings which were of miniature styles have a unique blend of Indian, Persian and Islamic styles. The Mysor e paintings are known for elegance, muted colours and detailing. They depict scenes from Hindu mythology. The paintings were initially ‘gesso’ painted, then jewelleries were painted and covered with thin gold foil and lastly with water colours.

The Tanjore paintings of Tamilnadu are done on a base of a cloth pasted on wooden base. Drawings were done on the base smudged with zinc oxide powder. Decorations and jewelleries were done with semiprecious stones and laces and covered with gold foils and were coloured with dyes.

Orissa’s Pattachitr a depicts religious, mythological stories and folk lore. Vegetables and Mineral colours are used. The Bengal Ar t of the Palas was done in colours made from leaves, flowers and herbs on ‘Taadpatra’ (palm–leaves manuscripts) and wooden covers. This school initially had a spiritual fervour which later on was replaced by Contextual Modernism and then to Modern Indian paintings.

Indian Art has its intrinsic value with metaphysical, ritualistic and aesthetic dominance. Realism which is of the nature of imitation of an actual object is quite antipathetic to Imagination and finds no place in the ideal of Indian art. It portrays divine passion, the world of imagination and visualization. It expresses veneration and passion and inexpressiblsensual beauty. The beauty of Indian Art is impersonal, aloof, formalized and rhythmic. It is our duty to enrich and not destroy Art, for it is inheritance of all humanity.