Indian Culture and Heritage: Art as Culture

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What is considered a valuable heritage in the culture of the people?


During which ancient civilization did sculpture in India make progress?

Indus Valley Civilization

Which civilization provided extensive patronage to the art of sculpture in India?


What did Indian artists and scholars find to have a tremendous influence on sculpture?


What is the earliest specimen of ancient Indian sculpture?

Terracotta objects from the Harappan civilization

Art is a valuable heritage in the culture of the people. When one speaks of art one generally means the visual arts including sculpture, architecture and ______


Sculpture especially as an art form made progress during the Indus Valley Civilization and this form of art was given extensive patronage by the Mauryas, Satavahanas, Kushanas, Guptas, Chalukyas, Rashtrakutas, Cholas, Pallavas etc. This art still continues to thrive in contemporary ______


The Indian artists, scholars found out that there was tremendous influence of ______


The bronze statue of a dancing girl discovered at Mohenjodaro with her hand on her hip, standing on her right leg and raising her left leg in front, is a masterpiece of the Indus ______


These show a high degree of ______


Explore the significance of art as a valuable heritage in Indian culture, with a focus on sculpture, architecture, and painting. Delve into the historical progression of sculpture in India, and its profound expression of the people and their land.

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