India is a diverse country with multiple art and painting style embedded diversely in different parts of the country which largely depend upon culture, time and region.
The most notable or known among them are the Jain paintings, Rajasthani, Mughal, and the Pahari schools.
Jain painting:- These painting consist of lotuses and other flowers, animals, birds, and Jain ascetics, who believed in not hurting any living thing.
Mughal painting:- Persian, Central Asian and Indian style amalgamated together to form this type of art. Persian tradition is seen visible through the use of brilliant colours (especially gold), stupendous costumes. Indian traits are visible position of hand, face, eyes, trees and leaves, lotus covered water surfaces and zig-zag lines on fishes. Calligraphy and use of the dragon point showcased the Chinese influence.
Rajasthani kalam:- Intensity of colours used was lush and exotic. It had a touch of Mughal art in it.
All of the above-mentioned school of painting and art were differentiated in its own from yet all (paintings) praised by all (whoever sees them).
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