1. Prologue
  2. AC3/P1: Indian Paintings-Mural, miniature, mughal, malwa
  3. AC3/P2: Indian Music-Classical, folk, swara, raga, taal, hindustani, carnatic
  4. AC3/P3: Indian Dance-Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali, Mohiniattam

Prologue

  • Last Lecture of Ms.Ishani Pandya (Rank 502/CSE-2014, ICLS) on Mains GS1-Revision- Indian art and culture- covering the Indian music, dance and painting
  • Lecture Videos available under: Youtube.com/user/TheMrunalPatel
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AC3/P1: Indian Paintings-Mural, miniature, mughal, malwa

AC3-P1-Indian-Painting

  • Indian painting – Mural paintings and Miniature paintings
  • Mural paintings of Gupta age – Ajanta paintings, Ellora paintings and Bagh paintings
  • Mural paintings of Vijayanagar empire -Lepakshi paintings
  • Miniature painting -Technical rule for miniature painting and Features of Indian miniature painting
  • Various types of miniature painting – 1. Pal school of miniature 2. Apabhransha school 3. Mughal painting 4. Regional schools
  • Medieval paintings- Mughal paintings and Regional school
  • Features of Mughal paintings
  • Painting during the ruler of Mugal –1. Babur  2. Humayun 3. Akbar 4.  Jahangir  5. Aurangzeb
  • The Deccani Schools (1560-1800 A.D.)
  • Regional school – Rajasthani school of painting ,Malwa school, Mewar school, Marwar school, Bundi school, Aamber– Jaipur school, Kotah school, Bikaner school, Kishangarh school
  • Difference between  Rajasthani style and Mughal style painting
  • Pahari school of painting , Basohli school ,Kullu-mandi school ,Orissa school ,Kangra school , Thangka school
  • South Indian Painting – (1) Tanjore school (2)Mysore school
  • Folk paintings – Developed regionally
  • Madhubani paintings – Mithila region,Bihar
  • Pattachitra – Traditional painting of Orissa, India
  • Kalamkari -Done by using kalam (pen)
  • Warli paintings – Tribal paintings -Maharashtra region
  • Manjusha paintings – Bhagalpur region,Bihar
  • Patna qulam paintings
  • Baazar paintings- Bengal region
  • Modern painting – Western influence ,Started by Raja Ravi Varma
  • Bengal school – Rabindranath Tagore
  • M.F.Hussain – Picasso of India

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/2WLBDJ4vn1E

AC3/P2: Indian Music-Classical, folk, swara, raga, taal, hindustani, carnatic

AC3-P2-Indian-Music

  • Indian Music  – classical , Modern , Folk Music , Others(fusion of classical and folk)
  • Pillars of Indian Musical system – Swara , Raga and Taal
  • Classical Music – Hindustani style and Carnatic style
  • Sub styles under Hindustani classical –  Dhrupada ,Khayal ,Dhammar , Thumri ,Tarana , tappa
  • Gharanas under Dhrupad style – 1)Dagar Gharana 2)Darbhanga Gharana 3)Betiah Gharana 4)Talwandi gharana
  • Ghranas under khayal style – 1)Gwalior Gharana 2)Kirana Gharana 3)Patiala Gharana (4)Agra Gharana
  • Other styles(fusion of classical and folk) – Sugam sangeet , Rabindra Sangeet ,Haveli sangeet , Gana sangeet
  • Musical instruments –  Ghana vadhya ,Taar vadhya ,Avanad vadhya , Sushir vadhya

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/wqbsp_x7208

AC3/P3: Indian Dance-Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi, Kathakali, Mohiniattam

AC3-P3-Indian-Dance

  • Indian Dance – Natyashastra and Basic aspects of dance
  • Indian Classical dance – 1) Bharatnatyam 2) Kuchipudi 3) Kathakali 4),Mohiniattam , 5) Odishi 6) Manipuri  7) Kathak  8) Sattariyaa
  • Indian puppetry – Types of puppetry :- String puppetry , Shadow puppetry,  Glove puppetry , Rod puppetry
  • Putul Nautch, West Bengal

Youtube Link: https://youtu.be/ldReDTTeekM
This concludes Ms.Ishani Pandya’s lecture series on Indian art and culture.
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