Mathura Art

  • Buddhas of Gandhara were copied here but in a more refined way.
  • The art represents an important formative stage in the history of Indian Art.
  • The great majority of creation consisted of nude, semi nude figures of female Yakshinis or Apsaras in erotic pose.
  • The images exhibited not only form masculinity and energetic body but also grace and religious feeling.
  • The attempt to display spiritual strength by halo began with Mathura School.
  • The forms of Brahmanical deities became crystallized at Mathura for the first time.
SEE ALL Add a note
YOU
Add your Comment

Recent Posts

  • Virtual SEZ

    A virtual SEZ is one where export oriented units (EOUs) can avail of benefits...

  • July Package

    Package of Doha Development Agenda issues negotiated in July, 2004 and agreed...

  • MR Jayakar

    A moderate Congress leader and member of the Congress Committee to enquire into...

Course Categories

Skip to toolbar