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Dina Nath WaliDina Nath Walli hails from Kashmir one of the nature's choicest spots. The natural grandeur of the valley had a magic effect on young Walli's mind who was simply bewitched by the colourful phenomena pervading throughout the length and the breadth of Kashmir.
Manohar Kaul - The ArtistManohar Kaul's genre is varied - except for some portraits. The painter has struck to his original inspiration, he has been only true to himself. His is a work only of joy, but perhaps, joy is the supreme quality in art. Manohar Kaul's highest peaks are likely to remain unshakably secure in the mind's eye.
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Veer MunshiAn artist like Veer Munshi is one of the few painters in India who is able to well transform his experiences in Kashmir into the language of painting. In his paintings, one can easily find out the artist's expression of human rights violations in Kashmir.
K. KhosaKhosa born 1940 has been working as a professional painter since 1962. Held ten solo shows in Delhi, Bombay and Calcutta. Having used ink, pencil and oil, he has participated in the major national and international exhibitions bringing him the 'National Award' in 1981 and the President of India's Silver Plaque in 1974.
Maheshwar Nath DharIt was dark-cold January, the sun so pale and silent had set in horizon. The street oil lamps were lit, flakes of snow began falling. It was the first snowfall of the year 1888 AD and the auspicious hour dawned the birth of a babe destined to play a memorable role in the annals of paintings, art, portraits and photography.
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Kashmir Heritage - Sculpture, Miniatures, Paintings


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Kashmir School of Painting
Veer MunshiThe earliest surviving examples of Kashmiri painting come from Gilgit which date from about 8th century A. D. Paintings discovered from Gilgit represent a highly developed style which did not appear overnight. Kashmiri craftsmen, long-famed in the North Western Indian peninsula, used to be invited to Central Asia and Tibet to decorate Buddhist monasteries.
Shiva Parivaar

Shiva Parivaar

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Lord Shiva performing the Celestial Dance

Lord Shiva performing the Celestial Dance

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Swaccanda Bhairav

Swaccanda Bhairav

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Seeking Purity

Seeking Purity

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The Judgement

The Judgement

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Panun Kashmir Nishai Wachkhai

Panun Kashmir Nishai Wachkhai

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Halo Left Behind

Halo Left Behind

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Violence

Violence

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Shiva Tandava

Shiva Tandava

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