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The composition and perspective of Ajanta. Part - 2

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A short tour around Ajanta cave. Part - 2

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The composition and perspective of Ajanta, Part - 3

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A short tour around Ajanta cave

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About the grammar of Ajanta cave painting

At the mythological era, we admitted a love story of Usha and Aniruddha where Usha (the daughter of Jaksha) identified her beloved in a portrait of Aniruddha, (son of Lord Krishna) after rejecting a more than...........................

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About the secrets of Ajanta cave painting. Part - 3

After the 250 years, a new era of Ajanta paintings unleashed in the number 10 cave. Probably, those paintings of said caves performed either before or after the year 350. It snaps up the attention of..........

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About The secrets of Ajanta cave painting, Part - 2

In total, 335 large size replications of Ajanta cave paintings had been made by Dr. Griffiths. But again, adversity had never left behind. When he sent all the replications to the south Kensington museum of London..............................................

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About the secrets of Ajanta cave paintings

It is difficult to define the reason of cave painting and wonder, why primitive men started painting on the wall of the caves. Indeed it is astounding when...........................

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My interview to a poet.

In the first half of this month, a poet and artist named Cutter Streeby requested me for an interview via Twitter. I introduced intimately to him in the Facebook...

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Ardhanariswara, a significant Indian sculpture.

By following the earlier discussion based on the sculptures of Khajuraho temple, here I would like to represent a significant sculpture named.......................

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About the Indian erotic sculpture.

Part - 2

Agreeing with my previous discussion regarding the Indian erotic sculptures, we have acknowledged such spiritual thought as the highest label of Hindu.................

 

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About the Indian erotic sculpture.

 In this chapter of discussion, I am about to cultivate the Indian sculpture art profoundly.................

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The metaphorical concept and rules of Indian sculpture

The concept of thigh came from the banana trunk. In the Sanskrit language, it is “Kadalikandam”................

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The metaphorical concept of Indian sculpture. Part - 2

 The author suggested the sesame flower as a metaphor of the nose. There was another metaphorical idea for this part of the human body..................

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The metaphorical concept of Indian sculpture.

By adopting my past article named “The doctrine of Indian sculpture”, here I would like to disclose the inner thought of this great oriental platform of art that.................

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The doctrine of Indian sculpture.

In the sphere of Indian art, the sculpture is one of the main aspects, however, the unavailability of related documents and discussion has thrown this great section into the deep dark;...................

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