• Architecture
  • AJANTA CAVE

    The Ajanta Caves Maharashtra India, are 29 rock-cut cave monuments. These were discovered 2nd century B.C. and rediscovered in the 19th century by British officers.   A period of intense building activity at this site occurred under the Vakataka king Harisena between 460 and 478 A profuse variety of decorative sculpture, intricately carved columns and […]

  • Architecture
  • ELLORA CAVE

    The name Ellora itself inspires everyone as it represents one of the largest rock-hewn monastic-temple complexes in the entire world. Ellora is also world famous for the largest single monolithic excavation in the world, the great Kailasa (Cave 16). Ellora represents the epitome of Indian rock-cut architecture.   The 34 “caves” actually structures excavated out […]

  • Painting
  • Miniature Painting

    Miniature painting, broadly a vision of life transformed into colourful pictures on a mini canvas – a piece of paper, cloth, bark, wood or even an ivory or bone piece.   These paintings were highly influenced by the mural paintings that originated during the later half of the 18th century. the Mughals were responsible for […]

  • Painting
  • Mural Painting

    A mural is a painting on a wall or ceiling. Usually, it is either applied directly onto the surface, or painted on a canvas which is then fixed or cemented onto the wall. The term may properly include painting on fired tiles but ordinarily does not refer to mosaic decoration unless the mosaic forms part […]

  • Painting
  • Painting

    Painting as an art form has flourished in India from very early periods as is evident from literary sources and also from the remnants that have been discovered.   Indian Paintings can be broadly classified as the murals & miniatures.   Murals are huge works executed on the walls of solid structures. Classic examples are […]