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Published: Fri, May 26, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

Indian Civilization

Indian Civilization

The art of India is characterized by drawing, which is expressed in more innovative as well as traditional forms. Indian sculpture often expresses voluptuousness with freedom, expression which was unusual in the West. They tend to be erotic, according to some people, who are related to fertility and relationship. The art of India must be understood, analyzed and judged in the context of ideological needs and movements, in the aesthetic and ritual presentations of its civilization. These representations took form in century I a.c. And have been present for a long time in the centuries. It is here that art makes propaganda, imposing power on religions, cultures, and motives that are wanted to present in India.

Art is analyzed in India, as An expression that divides the universe into three distinct elements.
The senses, the emotions and the spirit. Mixture of flesh and spirit as it tries to represent the female body in a mystery of sexuality or fertility and in turn creativity spiritually.

~ Friends Association for a Change (English) (English)
Naveena Marouthu is coordinating this event by following up with our friends during the examinations. Regards, Friends Association for a Change (Society No. 587/2012)

The images most used in the art of this civilization are > The female figure, the tree, the water, the lion and the elephant.
That refers to the sensual vitality, the sense of the earthly, the muscular energy and the rhythmic movement. All elements like shadows and lights exposed in art, reveal or see the mystery between life and death, between time and eternity.

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