30 years ago, Ajanta Caves was revealed to the world through the power of its paintings. Through extensive research and restoration, a team based in India plans to reveal the true significance of Badami Caves, the caves where the earliest surviving Hindu paintings exist.
Palo Alto, CA, April 11, 2021 –(PR.com)– When we think of the greatest artworks in the world, what names come to our minds? Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, or Vincent Van Gogh? But in India, there are paintings made in the 10th century C.E. that were created by artists who are now unknown, that can make you introspect your existence and understand the complexities of your origins through the simplicity of stories they share. These paintings belong to art work on caves that have not received the recognition that are due for them. Many of these paintings have been hidden in dark recesses without the possibility of clear photography and sufficient representation to the world, until film maker Benoy Behl was able to capture them through the use of innovative low light photography and the lens of an art historian, thus revealing elements……….