The Paanan community’s Porattukali has contributed vastly to the impromptu style of other art forms.
When analysing the iconography of temples founded by the Birla family, the multitude of female representations becomes apparent.
Excerpts from ‘Indian Botanical Art: An Illustrated History’ by Martyn Rix
Qila Mubarak reveals Patiala’s heritage to eclecticism comprising Sikh, Rajput and Mughal architecture. The 18th-century merits the earliest restoration.
For all her image as a cultural tsarina, Kapila Vatsyayan, the feisty researcher earned a cultural vision that stemmed theoretical knowledge and practical experience of the arts