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Family of Nainsukh - Heroine Rushing to Her Lover (Abhisarika Nayika ) (1780)

Ignoring all the hazards of nature -- night's blackness, pelting rain, streaking lightning above and striking cobras below -- the heroine rushes through the forest to her lover. Glancing over her shoulder she sees not her lost jewelry fallen on the ground, but the gently intertwined trees, strengthening her desire to be similarly entwined in her lover's arms.
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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Heroine Rushing to Her Lover (Abhisarika Nayika ) late 18th centuryDetails The Family of Nainsukh.jpg



art inde - Torso of a fertility goddess (yakshi), (25 B.C. - 25 A.D.) ()

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Mohammed Abdur Rahman Chughtai - Hiraman Tota (1950)

Mohammed Abdur Rahman Chughtai from Lahore now in Pakistan, belonged to a family of traditional artists and architects, originally from Persia. He grew up with the language of the miniature tradition and this made him respond to the aesthetics of the Bengal School. Chughtai’s first lessons in art were from his uncle who was a traditional artist. He then joined the Mayo College of Art at Laho ...
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Kshitindranath Majumdar - Rasa Lila 20th Century ()

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Hemendranath Majumdar - toilet (1920)

Hemendranath Majumdar became famous for his female forms, even though he was a recognized portraitist and a good landscape painter. The figure of the woman is laden with nuanced eroticism. The painting shows a partially dressed woman obviously from an affluent background seen from the rich textiles and jewellery. But it is clear that in the painting, Majumdar is romanticizing the female figure fro ...
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Raja Ravi Varma - Woman Holding A Fruit Late 19th Century ()

Ravi Varma was born into an aristocratic family of Kerala. He taught himself the intricacies of oil painting and the practices of European naturalism. ‘Woman Holding a Fruit’ shows Ravi Varma’s mastery over the idioms of a new visual language in India. In the naturalistic depiction of the young woman, Ravi Varma lyrically combines eroticism with innocence. His handling of colours ...
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Maharana Sangram II visiting Gosain Nilakanthaji after a tiger hunt (c. 1725) (detail) ()

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Maharana Sangram II visiting Gosain Nilakanthaji after a tiger hunt (c. 1725) ()

A distinctive genre of Rajput painting that developed at the court of Maharana Sangram Singh II (r. 1710–34) is tamasha painting. Painted on large sheets of thick, wasli paper, tamasha paintings record state occasions, seasonal festivals, and scenes of courtly life, in crowded, ebullient compositions, contained within a specific landscape or architectural setting. The narrative composition o ...
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anonyme - Archery 1620 ()

Archery is a popular game since ancient times among the rural as well as urban areas of India. The history of archery can be traced back to ancient times when bow and arrows were used as a weapon for hunting wild animals. For millenniums the twin – bow and arrow, were the most potential weapons of warfare and personal defense and defined a warrior’s identity and status.

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anonyme - Archery 1620 (detail) (1620)

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anonyme - Baz Bahadur And Rani Rupmati (1800)

The romantic legend of the mid sixteenth century of Sultan Baz Bahadur of Mandu and his beautiful Queen Rupmati has been immortalized in the songs and couplets of Ahmad-ul-Umri Turkman written in 1599. Baz-Bahadur the handsome Sultan of Mandu in Central India crafted crown is decorated with flowers full of fragrance which have attracted the honey bees. Shaivite mark is an adding grace to his perso ...
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anonyme - Celebrations Of Krishna s Birth (1785)

Krishna, as is popularly believed, was born in the prison of Kamsa, the ruler of Mathura. Krishna was the eighth child of Devaki and Vasudeva. At the time of the marriage of Devaki, Kamsa’s sister, it was predicted that her eighth child would slay Kamsa and free the earth form his tyrannous rule. The panicky ruler imprisoned Devaki and Vasudeva soon after their marriage.

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anonyme - Celebrations Of Krishna s Birth (detail 1) ()

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anonyme - Chand Bibi Playing Polo (1700)

Polo or Chaugan bazi, a traditional outdoor game among royal families till the eighteenth century, was an old pastime of the feudal class. It was while playing polo in 1210 that Qutab-din-Aibak had died falling from his horse. The game of polo was generally played between two teams of five players riding on horses with sticks having angular ends.

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anonyme - Chand Bibi Playing Polo (detail) (1700)

In this miniature, five princesses are shown playing polo against a dark green background. The princesses are mounted on beautifully decorated stallions of white, blue, dark brown and pale yellow colours. The colourful costumes and bejeweled head dresses of the princesses are painted with the utmost delicacy. The picture is a very good example of the early-18th century Golkonda style. In the foreg ...
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anonyme - Cowherd Krishna And Surprised Radha (1700)

The poet Keshvadasa of Orchha, the capital seat of Bundelas in central India, composed his famous poetry Rasikapriya in 1592 AD. This picture of Bundi style is based on the love sports of Radha and Krishna. The poet describes in Rasikapriya- love, separation, union and emotions of Radha and Krishna. Here the heroine is Radha – the soul and the hero is Krishna – the lord himself.
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anonyme - daily life in a village (1750)

It is an uncommon subject depicting scenes from daily life in a typical Indian village, like cooking, milking, churning, grinding, winnowing and cleaning the houses. One can see an old lady is busy with spinning wheel while two young ladies are shown with water vessels. Artist has depicted even the minute details of decorating the floor with alpana. There is an unusual scene painted in the foregro ...
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anonyme - Fainted Laila and Majnun-Based on the Khamsa of Persian poet Nizami (1740)

a great musician. One day while hunting he saw the beautiful Rupmati in the dense forest singing melodious songs. Instantly he fell in love with her. In order to win her hand in marriage he requested Than Singh, a proud Thakur of the area and father of Rupmati. A fierce battle raged between them and Baz Bahadur ultimately defeated Than Singh and rode away with Rupmati and made her his queen.
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anonyme - Hero Enjoying The Bathing Beauty (1770)

Beauty expresses itself in various shades but the scenes related to snana and shringara, that is, bathing and adornment reveal beauty in its utmost lustre. The Indian art has produced some of the best examples of female beauty by exploring it during a bath or in adornment. For them, a woman, while bathing in heavenly blue transparent waters of either a river or spring, has always stood transformed ...
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