Difference between revisions of "Philosophy of Indian Art and Texts"

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Jewelry - different regions make different variety of jewelry
 
Jewelry - different regions make different variety of jewelry
 
Bronze Sculptures - Traditionally made for [[temples]], not bronze sculptures are available for sale for anyone
 
Bronze Sculptures - Traditionally made for [[temples]], not bronze sculptures are available for sale for anyone
Temple carvings - started with cave carving to now temples and individual statues
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Temple carvings - started with cave carving to now [[temples]] and individual statues
 
Other [[arts]] - [[Folk and tribal]] art in India takes on different manifestations through varied medium such as pottery, painting, metalwork,dhokra art, paper-art, weaving and designing of objects such as jewelry and toys.
 
Other [[arts]] - [[Folk and tribal]] art in India takes on different manifestations through varied medium such as pottery, painting, metalwork,dhokra art, paper-art, weaving and designing of objects such as jewelry and toys.

Latest revision as of 22:09, 17 December 2016

Indian Art is the visual art produced on the Indian subcontinent from about the 3rd millennium BC to modern times. Indian art can be classified into specific periods each reflecting particular religious, political and cultural developments. Ancient period (3500 BCE-1200 CE) Islamic ascendancy (1192-1757) Colonial period (1757–1947) Independence and the postcolonial period (Post-1947)


Jewelry - different regions make different variety of jewelry Bronze Sculptures - Traditionally made for temples, not bronze sculptures are available for sale for anyone Temple carvings - started with cave carving to now temples and individual statues Other arts - Folk and tribal art in India takes on different manifestations through varied medium such as pottery, painting, metalwork,dhokra art, paper-art, weaving and designing of objects such as jewelry and toys.