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India and Art

Tuesday, April 07th, 2009 | Author:

When it comes to expressions, one needs look no further than diverse facets of Indian art. Such is the beauty and variety found in categories across Indian art. One of the best possible outcomes for any work of art is the range of interpretations made by onlookers. Indian visual art symbolizes no less than a kaleidoscopic universe. Colors of all hue and cries coalesce to make this universe beautiful. Each color can be interpreted in a different way and all the versions are likely to be correct. Endless expressions make the world of Indian art vibrant and exciting.

The wonderful range of Indian art can be witnessed across painting, handicraft to sculptures. Like inherent philosophy of India, the world of art has a life of its own. We can also say that perhaps that’s the most appropriate way to look at the mesmerizing world of art. It would be a confined approach to see the artworks as things that are only meant for hanging on the wall. No, try to see it as a celebration of life in most aesthetic way. Everything that is a part of us is manifested by work of art. Creativity does not need to be a metaphysical phenomenon rather it is best represented in simple and elementary form.

It has been said that art changes dimensions according to eras. True that! In context of Indian art that fact is one more reason to cherish the underlying coherence of Indian art. The modern Indian art or even contemporary art never ceased to be sans any tradition. The modernity and tradition has been merged effortlessly in numerous art works. The coexistence of different periods has put Indian art on a high pedestal.