Digitisation, Restoration & Preservation of Heritage for Eternity, thus creating a new indestructible virtual world that can recreate ancient culture
Our current focus is on ancient art from India and other regions of Asia. We are also focusing on other global heritage through our sister company headquartered in the US.
Indian art heritage is as rich as most of the established art-based countries like Egypt, Greece, China, Japan, France, Italy, Spain and to name a few. It has a specific manifestation in the field of Indian society, art, religion, and human sentiments. It touches every aspect of human existence and its adaptation is so wide that even simple palm leaf and rock wall speaks its merits of beauty, aesthetics and pleasure.
Art and heritage links urban to a rural, layman to a superhuman, poor to rich lubricating the long-passed echoes of Indian artists’ spirituality, becoming an integral part of our everyday lives. It is the ultimate guru that raises human consciousness. It is the centre point of culture.
And, we revive the art and heritage with a promise to keep it immortal till eternity, effectively creating a new world.
“The art on Ajanta Caves is the greatest work of art by humankind ever” ~ Benoy Behl, legendary filmmaker and photographer responsible for revealing the power of Ajanta Caves to the world.
Ajanta cave is situated in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra, India. The Ajanta Caves were declared to be a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1983. The paintings and sculptures inside were done by Buddhist monks between 2nd century BC and 6th century AD. We have been storing our civilization in arts and Art gives us all the answers we need about those times. With increasing evolution and natural pressures on the iconic Ajanta Caves in Maharashtra, there’s a growing fear that this piece of ancient Indian culture might soon be lost for eternity. With passing time, the paintings in Ajanta is most likely to last for 3 generation only. Archeological survey of India (ASI) has permitted foundation for photography in scant natural daylight.
Various restoration efforts have been made, and attempts by our partners have been able to capture the uniqueness of these caves. We are reviving and preserving these caves for eternity.
Read more about the Ajanta Caves in this paper called Revelation of Ajanta Caves.