Paintings Of Rajasthan: Interactive Quiz

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Paintings Of Rajasthan: Interactive Quiz

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  • 1. 
    This painting belongs to the most significant school of paintings of seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The primitive examples of this painting derive from Ragamala, a musical mode series highlighted in the year 1605 at Chawand. This communicative and energetic approach continued with some discrepancies through 1680, after which Mughal sway became more noticeable. One of the dazzling painters of the untimely phase was that of the artist Sahibdin. Identify the painting.
    • A. 

      Rajput School of Painting

    • B. 

      Hadoti School of Painting

    • C. 

      Mewar School of Painting

    • D. 

      Rajput School of Painting

  • 2. 
    This school imitated the Mughal sway and nobles on durbar and horses scenes. Between 1760 and 1780, the Mughal control departed and the Rajput elements became famous in Jodhpur, which are exemplified by linear pace and shimmering colors. In Marwar festivals, paintings, elephant fights, hunting expeditions and ceremonies are normally depicted. The themes also incorporate scenes collected from the life of Lord Krishna. Other admired themes were ‘Gita Govinda’ and ‘Raagmala’. Identify the painting.
    • A. 

      Hadoti School of Painting

    • B. 

      Marwar School of Painting

    • C. 

      Mewar School of Painting

    • D. 

      Rajput School of Painting

  • 3. 
    It is the most antique Rajasthani art form. It is basically a spool painting that is done on cloth and is a striking example of the Rajasthani fabric paintings. It has its own style and pattern and is admired due to its pulsating colors and remarkable themes. The famous heroes of this painting were Prithviraj Chauhan, Gogaji, Amar Singh Rathore, etc. Name the painting.
    • A. 

      Phad Painting

    • B. 

      Bani Thani Painting

    • C. 

      Maru Gurjara

    • D. 

      Miniature Painting

  • 4. 
    Its name has its origin in the fact that during prehistoric times, Maharastra and Rajasthan had resemblance in racial, artistic and political facets of the culture. Earlier, Rajasthan’s name was Marudesh whereas Gujarat’s name was Gurjaratra. This art form literally means the Art of Gujarat and Rajasthan. Name the painting.
    • A. 

      Phad Painting

    • B. 

      Maru Gurjara

    • C. 

      Miniature Painting

    • D. 

      Kajali Painting

  • 5. 
    The principal styles of this painting were developed in the period of 17th and 18th century was in Marwar, Mewar, Kishangarh, Hadoti and Ambal. The artists of Kishangarh under the benefaction of their monarchs Sawant Singh and Raja Mansingh in seventeenth century tinted the idealistic miniatures based on Radha and Krishna stories.  Name the painting.
    • A. 

      Kishangarh Painting

    • B. 

      Bani Thani Painting

    • C. 

      Miniature Painting

    • D. 

      Phad Painting

  • 6. 
    Even though this painting is most often allied with the Mughal art, it dates back several years in India where dissimilar styles were formed. The most primitive examples of this painting in India subsist in the type of graphics to the spiritual texts on Buddhism carried out underneath the Palas of East India andJain texts carried out in West India during the Eleventh and Twelth centuries A.D. Name the painting
    • A. 

      Maru Gurjara

    • B. 

      Kajali Painting

    • C. 

      Kishangarh Painting

    • D. 

      Miniature Painting

  • 7. 
    This painting is the anthology of extraordinary Art form of Rajasthan, which is finished by a handful populace in certain areas of Rajasthan. Each painting, completed from stone colors and Black kajal, requires all-embracing hard slog and connoisseur hands. Name the painting.
    • A. 

      Bani Thani Painting

    • B. 

      Kajali Painting

    • C. 

      Kishangarh Painting

    • D. 

      Phad Paintings

  • 8. 
    The school of Kishangarh outshines in this paintings. The inventiveness of approach can be accredited to its regal benefactor, Raja Sawant Singh, also recognized as Nagari Das, who was the instigator of this painting. Name the painting.
    • A. 

      Maru Gurjara

    • B. 

      Miniature Painting

    • C. 

      Kajali Painting

    • D. 

      Bani Thani Painting

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