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LEAST KNOWN SCHOOL OF MEDIEVAL PAINTING (MALWA SCHOOL)

    1 Author(s):  MOHINDER KUMAR MASTANA

Vol -  8, Issue- 11 ,         Page(s) : 229 - 234  (2017 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/CASIRJ

Abstract

Abstract This is a brief survey of a virile provincial school of painting. A detailed discussion of the various sets and interesting problems they raise is left for future study. The present objective is to bring to the notice of the intelligentsia, the various themes, the qualities, technique and style of a least known school of medieval painting, as well as the value of the collection in the National Museum .No area in India has suffered so much vivisection and passed through so many vicissitudes as the ancient provinces of Avanti and Dasarna-better known as Malwa. The very mention of its name creates a nostalgic desire and makes one imagine the imperishable memories of Ujjan, Vidisa (modern Bhilsa), Dasapura (modern Mandasor); of Malavika, the forelorn yaksha vanita and abhisarikas quickly crossing the deserted streets to arrive at the place of trysts.

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