A Brief Description on the Painters of Mughal Court: With Special Reference to Jahangir (A Devotee of Painting)

Siraj Ud Din Mir

Abstract


Indian painting has a long convention and history in Indian workmanship. The most punctual Indian artistic creations were the stone sketches of pre-notable occasions, the petroglyphs as found in spots like Bhimbetka shake protects a portion of the stone age shake compositions found among the Bhimbetka shake covers are roughly 30000 years of age. India's Buddhist writing is packed with precedents of writings which portray royal residences of the armed force and the distinguished class adorned with canvases, yet the artistic creations of Ajanta hollows are the most critical of the couple of survivals. Littler scale artworks in compositions were additionally honed in this period however the soonest survivals are from the medieval period.


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