The Ajanta cave painting is discovered less than 200 years ago. Actually, it is discovered on 1829. Before that, we merely found a little statement about the Ajanta cave from one of the traveler mendicants named Hyun Sung who visited this place in the year 640
I am few of those artists who love to work with several platforms. I like to challenge my creative spirit in those platforms and indeed, every time I discover myself in those creative fields. Although, I have a very limited ability due to the risky financial condition, in spite of this situation, still my creative spirit force me to involve in those platforms.
Usually, my color is flat oriental typed two-dimensional, but sometimes, I used a tonal variation on color and it just a part of my experiment. I love to make the drawing in detail by using fine brushes that I got from several Indian old masterpiece paintings including “Ajanta”. I avoid any coarseness in my painting, which will unnecessarily encumber the composition.
By following the earlier discussion based on the sculptures of Khajuraho temple, here I would like to represent a significant sculpture named “Ardhanarishvara” followed by the Hindu mythological Vedic literature.
Agreeing with my previous discussion regarding the Indian erotic sculptures, we have acknowledged such spiritual thought as the highest label of Hindu philosophy, which was hard for common people to recognize.