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There are examples of Buddhist frescoes in the 30 Buddhist Artificial Caves of Ajanta, painted from 2nd century Before J.-C.
The paintings Thangka, found in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh, usually symbolic mystical diagrams (Mandala), deities of Tibetan Buddhism or the Bon religion, or portraits of the Dalai – Lama.
A first phase, an Indian ally, an "aniconic phase", during which the person of the Buddha is represented by symbols, is directed towards the first century of an "iconic phase" during which anthropomorphic representations of the Buddha.
In India, the Buddhist art knows a great development and leaves its mark on the whole of the Hindu art until the quasi-disappearance of the Buddhism in 10th century before the expansion of the Hinduism and Islam, but there are Buddhist illuminations on palm leaves made at XIth century and XIIth century in Bihar and Bengal.
In fact, it essentially comprises images painted in red with iron oxides (hematite), for which it is not possible to use analyzes by the radiocarbon method, since this can only be applied to pigments of organic origin (coals for example).
on the walls and floors, to talk about their life and leave their mark, but without religious significance.Musical instruments include drums, flutes, harps and cymbals. To make a single comparison: on about a thousand animal representations in Pachmarhi, we identify 26 different species, while in Lascaux France, on an equivalent number, we only recognize 9.Most of the rock paintings were executed using red and white pigment, rarely green and yellow, but in Bhimbetka there are 20 different colors.Indian painting has a very long tradition and history in Indian art.The earliest Indian paintings were the rock paintings of pre-historic times, the petroglyphs as found in places like Bhimbetka rock shelters, some of the Stone Age rock paintings found among the Bhimbetka rock shelters are approximately 30,000 years old.The first worldwide discoveries of rock art was in India in 1867, by the archaeologist A. The men hunt with the bow or sometimes armed with an ax, for example to face a tiger.Their prey is mostly deer, but also bison, tigers, monkeys or birds.Chapter 10 is dedicated to the contemporary vernacular painting: contemporary tribal painting and rural contemporary (non-tribal) painting .In the 1st century BC, Indian art was introduced to the six prime principles of the art, known as 'Shadanga' or the 'Six Limbs' of painting.The oldest Indian paintings are petroglyphs aged between 10,000 years and 28,000 years according to sources, such as those found in Bhimbetka in the Vindhya mountains north of the Narmada river in the state of Madhya Pradesh and in Jogimara (Sarguja) near Narmada in the state of Chhattisgarh. Rock art in India includes an overwhelming majority of human figures, a great diversity of animals and some geometric signs, symbols often impossible to interpret when the millennial traditions are extinct.The rock painting lasted until the 3rd millennium BC (Pachmarhi (Vindhya Mountains), Madhya Pradesh). Two activities are represented in all periods: hunting and dancing.