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Introduction about Indian Paintings (in Hindi)
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Styles of Paintings

Aartee Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Aartee Mishra
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sir can u plz add schemes which wer annouced during budget session 2018...dis will be very helpful
thank u mam for referring nitin sihania book
ma'am plus course me to closed dikha raha hai
This Shloka enumerates the six limbs of Indian Art- Rupa-bheda (secrets of form), pramanani (proportion), bhava (emotional Disposition), lavanya-yojanam (gracefulness in composition), sadrisyam ((‘similitude’)and varnika-bhanga (colourdifferentiation). The following principles explicate the theory of traditional Indian painting.
Mam... You should also cover about Annie Basant :) Anyway excellent lecture..
mam would you please continue the polity course because these courses are boon for beginners like me thanks a lot for all the efforts you do for us .
  1. Comprehensive course of Art and Culture with Brief Indian History Prelims & Mains Aartee Mishra Verified Educator, have more than 400K Views with 18k followers Graduated from Jesus & Mary College, Topper in all Semesters Preparing for CSE and pursuing P.G in History Courses: 24 Crash Course: Spectrum's A Brief History of Modern India Summary of India Year Book 2018 Summary of NCERT History Class 7-9 Geographythrough Maps, etc.

  2. Why Unacademy Plus? Comprehensively cover entire Art and Culture with Brief History of India Elaborately explain topics 24 detailed lessons covering all the essential topics related to History UPSC Civil Services Prelims and Mains Examination Art and Culture with Brief History from NCERT books Medieval History, Art & Culture from Tamil Nadu History book At the end of the program adept and able to solve the exam based test papers

  3. What you will learn each day... 1. Pre History and Ancient Indian Architecture, Sculpture 2. Post Mauryan Art & Gupta Age art 3. Styles of Temple Architecture 4. Medieval Indian History with Art and Culture 5. Mughal Architecture 6. Modern History with Architecture 7. Paintings 8. Modern History & Paintings 9. UNESCO's List of Tangible & Intangible cultural Heritage in India 10. Background & Aspects of Dance forms 11. Indian Dance Forms 12. Languages in India

  4. What you will learn each day... 13. Buddhism & Jainism 14. Religion of India 15. Indian Literature History 16. School of Philosophy 17. Science and Technology through the Ages 18. Fairs and Festivals of India 19. Award and Honours 20. Cultural Institutions in India 21. Bhakti and Sufi Movement 22. Indian Music 23. Indian Music Part-2 24. Famous Personalities of India

  5. Indian Paintings The history of painting can be traced through the ancient and medieval period where the books were illustrated with paintings Then came the miniature style that dominated the Mughal and Rajput courts With the coming of the Europeans, the art of painting and engraving and Gaewgonsem um Mom aners epemenied wth sayles, colurs Many Indian painters have gained worldwide recognition and are winning prizes and accolades for their vision.

  6. PRINCIPLES OF PAINTING The history of paintings can be known from primitive rock paintings of Bhimbetaka, Mirzapur and Panchmarhi. They were followed by the painted pottery of the Indus Valley Civilisation, but the real beginning of the art of painting begun from the Gupta Age. In the third century AD, Vatsyayana in his book Kamasutra mentioned about 6 main principles/ limbs or shadanga of paintings. They are: Variety of form Portrayal of likeliness of the subject Rupabheda Sadrisyan Bhava -Creation of luster and gleam with the colours - Mixing of colours to resemble the effects of modelling Varnikabhanga Proportion of the object or subject Pramanam - Immersion of emotions Lavanyayoganam

  7. Styles of Paintings & Major features There are numerous references to art of painting in the Brahmanical and Buddhist literature, for example, the representation of the myths and lore on textiles is known as Lepya Chitra We also find references to the art of Lekhya Chitra, which has line drawings and sketches. Other types are Dhuli Chitra, Pata Chitra, etc. Styles of Paintings Cauka Pitaka Major features Isolated framed drawings Long scrolls of paintings Isolated paintings > Dighala Pitaka Yama Pitaka

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