3 edition of Manuscript paintings of Manipur found in the catalog.
Manuscript paintings of Manipur
Added cover title in old Manipuri.
|LC Classifications||ND3248.M36 B33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||79900006|
The present work contains a brief study of the various facets of Mithila folk-arts and paintings, which are unique in character having few parallels. Of late there has been great talk about this painting, the central inspiration of which revolves round popular religious themes and natural surroundings. They reflect the self-control and serenity. The paintings are the indexical signs of the contents of the book. Jain Manuscript Painting Historical background. Jain manuscripts were mainly produced and kept in the Jnāna Bhandārs, a comprehensive library usually found underground, attached to Jain temples. According to the Jain literature, the foundation of the Jain Jnāna Bhandārs.
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Some of them are already published in the Book entitled the Manuscript Paintings of Manipur in Even the second reprint issue is also produced in this year. But unfortunately it could not be printed in colour due to financial constraint. All the paintings consisted in. Decline of manuscript paintings of Assam Manuscript paintings of Assam were a vibrant form of art since the 16th century.
However, gradually this culture of painting started to decline. In a section of Vaishnava devotees affiliated to Moamaria order in upper Assam revolted against the Ahom monarchy. Thus these manuscript paintings provide a unique insight into Indian painting at the close of the first millennium A.D.
Early in their history the manuscripts themselves came to acquire a sacred character, becoming objects of veneration in their own right. The worship of books of wisdom (jnanapuja) assumed an important role in temple ritual. Print book: English: First editionView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Illumination of books and manuscripts, Indic -- India -- Manipur. Illumination of books and manuscripts, Indic. India -- Manipur. More like this: Similar Items.
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