In the manuscript painting of the Pala era, we can notice a kind of sculpture-like value that is not obtainable in the Jain manuscript. It is because at that time, a lot of traveler mendicants, wise figures and devotees came from China, Tibet, and Nepal in the Pala dynasty and influenced Indian artists by their native grammatical doctrine and ideas of painting and sculpture in several ways.
In this episode, I am about to define the materials of those ancient manuscripts and the structural variation based on the spiritual communities stated above and the locations. Undeniably we astonished to observe the artistic sense that even reflects the modernism in the art of those oldest manuscripts. Indeed it is noticeable that Indian art never recognized the form that meets with the outer part of the object.
In this modern era, we are well-known about the book illustration performs as the supplements of the written content. Such an essential concept of interior book designing is not an innovative idea of the modern publishing industry, rather it had been performing from the medieval era between 700 to 1500 centuries of India.