Portraits In The 10th Century Indian Paintings | Murals of India | Benoy K Behl | #SrijanTalks

Last updated on Jul 19, 2019

Posted on Jul 19, 2019

#AncientIndianPaintings #IndianArt #Portraits

The purpose of the ancient Indian art was to transcend people far away from the realm of ego, that’s why there are not many portraits one will find, not even of the kings under whom the art was flourishing. It was under the Kushana rule that portraits became popular.
In this fascinating talk, an Internationally acclaimed filmmaker, art historian and photographer Benoy Behl tells about the purpose of Indian art, and why portraits were not part of it for a very profound reason.

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