Indian Miniature Paintings With Mughal Art Work Represents True Indian Culture

Posted by Eyesofindia on March 8th, 2013

Art and culture of any nation depicts the history and rich heritage of that nation. It is known to all that throughout the ages, India was home for many nomads, foreign rulers and invaders who have left behind a trace of their art, culture, cuisines etc. Thus, India’s rich heritage is incomplete if not mention the eras that have an impact effect on Indian culture. One such memorable period of foreign rule of Indian history is the Mughal rule. The Mughals have left behind quite a remarkable imprint Indian culture. India has the Mughals deep down in history. One such impact of the Mughals is found in the ancient Indian paintings. Many Indian miniatures are found which replicate the emperors of the Mughal Sultanate.

The animals like horses, camels and elephants used in that period are also portrayed in these miniatures. Miniature painting is a popular pattern of painting where the artist paints the Rajput’s or mythological characters or animals of the ancient India.

The Indian miniature paintings truly reflect the Mughal period and loudly tell the facts and events associated with that period. Varieties of items and goods have got this form of painting in them. Wall hangings, bed spreads, cushions, pillow covers are a few that can be named in this regard.

People who have a fantasy for historical art and painting will definitely choose this form of the art as Indian history is incomplete without this art. Decorating a house with an ethnic Indian touch is possible only when the house will be decorated with the items having the replication of India’s ancient art & culture. The walls can be decorated by the different wall hangings of India’s gods and goddesses, animals used in the ancient period and such other hangings. The corner of a house can be given an antique look by using brass cabinets with the miniatures of Sultans, Rajput’s or a man from the ancient period engraved in them.

To learn more about the ethnic products representing the Mughals and its art, one can surf the different websites found online to have detailed knowledge of arts and crafts of India.

About The Author
Dani Dechter came to India for the first time in 2006 and met his wife, who was also travelling in India for the first time, while motoring through the deep gorges and high peaks of the vast Himalayan range in the North of India. Travelling together through the rest of India, the couple developed a love for the handicrafts, textiles and artwork they saw everywhere being made with passion and creativity of skilled artisans. After returning home for a year, the couple decided to come back to India to start, a company that would make quality floor pillows, Indian handicrafts, textiles, brass cabinet pulls, Indian Cushions, miniature painting and other unique items available to the world directly from India.

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