Archive Day: October 19, 2017

TAJ MAHAL – INTENDED TO BE BUILT BLACK IN COLOR?

Have any of you possibly not seen Taj Mahal, The crown of the palace? I surmise… None! All of you might have had a glance at it, might have lost yourself admiring the aesthetically pleasing edifice of all era. But how many of you are aware of the fact that Taj Mahal was truly set to […]

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North India

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North India

Travelling is an awesome experience for everyone. As according to an old saying travelling is for the soul it is to seek other lives, cultures, people. Travelling is for adventure it is to explore new explore beauty around the world. North India has many such natural scenic places to travel like Shimla, Manali, Leh,  Ladakh, Kashmir, and […]

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The Leighton Buzzard Canal Society & Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway proudly present: ‘Transport of Yesteryear’ Friday November 17th 2017 Come along and re-live the scenes of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s age of steam railways, narrowboats and veteran cars. And experience films as they were shown back then, using projectionist Frank Banfield’s original bulb projector. […]

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Yamato – e : Japanese Painting

Japanese painting is one of the oldest forms of art evolved mainly during 6th to 19th century. Japanese painting or Yamato – e style painting grew under the influence of Chinese and western culture. But Chinese influence remained till the beginning of Edo Period(1603-1867). Japanese paintings had developed throughout a great time span. One of […]

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Impressionism in art

Impressionism in art By: Vaishnavi Chaudhary Impressionism is a movement that pervaded every field of creative study, from art to literature and focussed the attention on subjectivity. Impressionism, as the name suggests is about representation of an object as it would be seen by the perceiver, in a very broad sense of the term. As […]

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Parietal Art

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Parietal Art

Paintings were there even before humans can talk. Parietal art or ‘Cave Painting’ was found in the ice age (Paleolithic), roughly between 40000 to 14000 years ago. Paintings were drawn on the walls of caves for a communicative or religious purpose. These paintings mainly were schematic and the subjects were common throughout the world. Animals […]

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