A study revealed some interesting aspects about the continuation of civilisation over different periods from prehistory to early history at the site, and the rock art being very clear till date.
Tourists have been expressing disappointment over the vandalisation of the rock art inside caves, they say that the State archaeology officials have failed to protect the rock arts.
Though difficult to comprehend by normal mortals, this peculiar ailment is a norm among the art community.
This dual exhibition hosted by a city-based gallery features works that arise from a space of unimagined crisis and the subsequent process of healing
From December to January, a collection of 157 artefacts including statues and idols made of metal, stone, and terracotta were brought back from the United States (US).
An orphan girl was brought up by a ragpicker and helped by an NGO, which turned her life around, reports Ramashankar
This exhibition featuring avian artworks by a city-based conservationist is meant to create awareness of India’s bird biodiversity
The rare collection will be auctioned by Kolkata-based Gallery Art Exposure on WazirX NFT Marketplace.
7-yr-old receives mention in the India Book of Records for being the youngest one to create 100 paintings in 3 years
Mohamed went for it and most of the paintings were drawn during the pandemic. Out of the 100 paintings, 67 have already been sold.
In the Thiruvananthapuram work, Ravana slashes, with a sword in his right hand, one wing of Jatayu, while the bird is attacking him from his right side.
Bhimbetka stands out for the large number of caverns with paintings, containing as many as 762 rock shelters, and more than 400 display a wide variety of paintings.
Upendra Maharathi Shilp Anusandhan Sansthan put up exhibition of Bihar’s traditional arts and cultural artefacts at the fair which concluded on Sunday.
A group exhibition in Delhi showcases the tryst of prominent artists with life and realities
Located 200 km away from Hyderabad, Poodoor railway station has been declared a model one with immaculate greenery spread all over its open space.
This 15-piece exhibition is a depiction of festivals and events as both represented and enjoyed by Shri Nathji where every artwork is a 'revelation of the supreme in his many forms and fervors'.