What are the main features of ajanta paintings Social Science CBSE CLASS 6TH

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What are the main features of ajanta paintings? Social Science - CBSE CLASS 6TH

What are the main features of Ajanta paintings? 

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In Ajanta wall-paintings, there is a profound modification from the art of early Buddhism. The Ajanta paintings stresses on religious romanticism with lyric quality, a reflection of the view that every aspect of life has an equal value in the spiritual sense and as an aspect of the divine. The paintings are done by covering the rough surface of the wall with a layer of clay or cow dung mixed with chopped straw or animal hair. When this has been smoothed and levelled, it is given a finish of fine white clay and it is on this ground that the painting is done. 

The Ajanta wall paintings are famed for their masterful line-work, the utilization of natural pigments and the creativity achieved with only prehistoric tools. These masterpieces at Ajanta were implemented more or less in two phases. An original phase is made up mainly of the remains in caves 9 and 10, from the second century B.C. The major colours used were red ochre, yellow ochre, brown ochre, lamp black, white and lapis lazuli which was introduced from Northern India. Ceilings, walls and pilasters are all wrapped with overlying figures, brought to life by the artists with complementary colours. 

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