Posted by Admin on Friday, November 11th, 2022
In the 1500 years rule of Guhil and later Sisodia rulers of Mewar, art and culture was flourished and special importance was given to paintings. According to the contemporary text in the book ‘Buddhism in India by Lama Taranath’, Rawal Shiladitya (r. 646-661 CE) patronized the artist Shrirangdhar in 7th century and the Mewar was the center for old West-Indian school of painting.
After that various ancient Prakrit literatures described about painting and painting styles. According to the ‘Samraichhkaha’ authored by Haribhadra Suri, Bhushan and Chitramati were painted Kusumavali series under the patronage of Mewar Court in 8th Century. …[Read More]