Vibrant Ancient Indian Art

Posted by igncaindia on November 14th, 2018

Ancient Indian art walked much ahead of corporate India before world noticed the energy of Indian economy and started believing in the capacity of India to consistently maintain annual growth of two-digit. Long before Indian IT professionals started crowding many international airports, the artists of ancient Indian art reached Europe and America, who were confined mostly to Indian sub-continent and ignored by western media and art world. In spite of being ignored by Indian media or Indian establishments, the image of India has been changed from stereotype to a vibrant country of immense possibilities due to ancient Indian art. Both culturally and commercially, ancient Indian art is experiencing exponential growth. Despite meltdown, ancient Indian art as one of the mostbuoyant art market around the globe.

Throughout the time of last decade, ancient Indian art made a silent statement around the world, when India was making strides and became confident of its bright future. Since many years, ancient Indian art has experienced several periods, such as, art by darbar artists in courts of kings, Mughal and British periods and post-independence period, ancient art of temple and sculptures, and so forth. Ancient Indian art has been growing at the international level, while maintaining its own uniqueness and the cord. As a whole, Indian artists are becoming aspiration of the nation.

Without a doubt, every India feels proud of India art. Ancient Indian art is very old as Indian civilization. Indian art is not only about Indian artist dominating the art world or the art being sold at high price tag. As a matter of fact, it is largely about representing how Indians understand life and complexities of nature. India is a land of various cultures and Indian art has managed to maintain its uniqueness by blending new influences. You would be able to sense a kind do maturity and high degree of sophistication in ancient Indian art. Without being afraid of losing its inherent strength and willingness to experiment, it assimilates global trends. Over the last decade, the support for ancient Indian art has been transformed due to globalization of economy. We hope, in the coming years, Indian art will be more at ease in experimenting and breaking new grounds.

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