Invisible And rare to see Interior of Ajanta Caves

Invisible And rare to see Interior of Ajanta Caves caught in our camera in ajanta Caves Trip

Some of the magnificent paintings of Ajanta caves for which these caves are famous all over the world are seen in cave number 1,2,9,10,16, and cave number 17.They depict episodes from the life of Lord Buddha and scenes from the tales of Jataka. Cave No. 26 depict Buddha’s Mahaparinirvana means Buddha’s release from cycle of rebirth. Ajanta caves have stunning paintings all around except floor, means...

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Wall Paintings of Mogao

The Wall Paintings at Mogao Grottoes project, a Getty Conservation Institute partnership with China's State Administration of Cultural Heritage and undertaken in collaboration with the Dunhuang Academy, aims to identify and understand, through investigation and research, the causes and mechanisms of deterioration of the wall paintings in Cave 85 of the Mogao Grottoes in order to design strategies and implement conservation actions—including both treatment and preventive conservation...

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From: Getty Conservation Institute

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Cave painting

Cave painting

Cave paintings (also known in archaeology as "parietal art") are paintings found on cave walls and ceilings, and especially those of prehistoric origin, which date back to some 40,000 years ago in both Asia and Europe.The exact purpose of the Paleolithic cave paintings is not known.

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Cave painting

Cave paintings are paintings found on cave walls and ceilings, and especially refer to those of prehistoric origin. The earliest such figurative paintings in Europe date back to the Aurignacian period, approximately 30,000 to 32,000 years ago, and are found in the Chauvet Cave in France. The exact purpose of the paleolithic cave paintings is not known. Evidence suggests that they were not merely decorations of living areas since the caves in which they have been found do not have signs of...

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INDIA UNESCO World Heritage Inside Ajanta Caves : Carvings & Paintings

The caves form the largest corpus of early Indian wall-painting; other survivals from the area of modern India are very few, though they are related to 5th-century paintings at Sigiriya in Sri Lanka.The elaborate architectural carving in many caves is also very rare, and the style of the many figure sculptures is highly local, found only at a few nearby contemporary sites, although the Ajanta tradition can be related to the later Hindu Ellora Caves and other sites.

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From: Ram Ramadurai

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Jersey Wall - Paintings

Episode 9 - Stories from the Hockey Room.

“Why didn’t you paint me with teeth?” Artist Jeremie White talks to broadcaster David Lennam about the paintings on the jersey wall of his man cave. The artwork displayed in the Hockey Room has been ever evolving.

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From: Jeremie White

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wall paintings

Cave no. 2 at Ajanta Caves and its wall paintings (low quality video..), 30 km from Aurangabad,

13 October, 2007

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Color Changes in Wall Paintings at the Mogao Cave Temples

Wall painting pigments can change chemically over time due to the environment, alkalinity and the presence of salt.

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Plaster Detachment in Wall Paintings at the Mogao Cave Temples

Large areas of the wall paintings in Cave 85 were detached and at risk of collapse.

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Cave Paintings for two pianos by Alastair Stout

Cave Paintings - a musical exploration of North American caves - for two pianos by Alastair Stout. Performed by Karl Lutchmeyer and David Alexander, London, 2005.

1 – wall and roof formation (with a diffusion of large and small crystals)

2 – cave popcorn/broccoli/cauliflower – clearing to leave the bare wall

3 – arches and bridges (both complete and incomplete) drawing in and out of darkness

4 – abundant small stalactites and larger, but fewer, stalagmites (with water dripping)

The...

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From: AlastairStout

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