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The Faber Gallery of Oriental Art

Description This collection of paintings belongs to the central India, broadly speaking the state of Madhya Pradesh of modern India. These paintings mainly belong to the medieval period of fifteenth to 17th century. These paintings bear the characteristics of the contemporary religious, and their cultures namely Hinduism, Krishna cult, Islam, Buddhism and Jainism. These painting depicts heavily of nature, romance of the royalty, battle scenes, religious worship, cosmetic decoration of female figures, love-pangs, Hindu mythology. We get a glimpse into the contemporary modes of dress, architecture, popular colours, ornaments, jewellery. This collection is one of the finest specimens of medieval Indian art.[edit]
Keywords Sultan Out Hunting, Lady worshipping Shiva, Lady Adoring Herself, Balrama Bathing with Milkmaids, Rama And Lakshman, Lovers At Night, Bedchamber, Malvi Ragini, Malasari Ragni, Varan, Garui, Gopikrish Kanoria, Dathia, Orchha, Gwalior, Indore, Ujjain, Mandu, Dhar, Malwa, Ajanta, Buddhist Cave Temples, Ellora, Gita Govinda, Ragini, Krishna, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-001066
Author W. G Archler
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Faber and Faber Limited
Custodian Kurukshetra University
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         28
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