Traditional Indian Arts Information To Discuss

Across the world, Indian arts are more famous which gives the information about the emperors, sculptures and so on. Comparing to other country arts, arts from India is always very pretty. From earlier days Indian arts play superior images in the people minds. The reason behind the Indian arts always will be in the top of the list.

Most of the Indian arts are filled with devotional and traditional history in nature. As per the decade, the Indian arts had a great history. India is the land of people with different religions, cultures as well as civilization. During the Romans period arts are become more famous and people are interested to work with different strategies like paintings, sculptures and so on. In the modern technology the arts are become more advanced, still the people are eager to purchase the Indian paintings and arts.

Popular types of Indian arts are discussed below:

a. Thanjavur Painting: It is also called as Tanjore paintings. This is origin of south Indian paintings from the town of Thanjavurin in Tamil Nadu. From 1600AD these arts are more famous. The period of Nayakas Tanjore paintings are encouraged. The main characteristic of these paintings is excellent ornamentation. Mostly this art are made on wooden boards.

b. Phad painting: These paintings are popular style of folk paintings are drawn from Rajasthan state of India. Paintings are traditionally done on long type of cloth called Phad. Mostly these paintings give the information about epic heroes, travails and adventures of local. The figures in the Phad paintings do not face to audience, they face to each other. It is one main interesting feature in these paintings. The paintings are drawn by the color of non-permanent colors like yellow, green, brown, vermilion, green are used. Black color is used for outline of the figure after completion.

c. Pichvai Paintings: This word is literally known as (‘something at the back’). Mostly the scenes of Hindu deity Lord Krishna are drawn in cotton cloth. Commercially this form of paintings is sold in online stores.

d. Kalamkari Paintings: It is one type of hand- painted or block-printed cotton textile produced in parts of India. The word is derived from Persians (kalam-pen, kari- craftmanship), which give the meaning of drawing with pen. The birth place of Kalamkari is Andhra Pradesh and it evolved in the regions of Mughals and Golconda sultana. In India there are two types of Kalamkari Paintings one is Srikalahasti style and the other, the Machilipatnam style. Before starting painting the cotton fabric will immersed in a mixture of myrobalam and cow milk for getting glossiness. After the cloth is then twisted out of the water.

The above listed are the different types of paintings which has done in various emperors.