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Author:Mittal, Jagdish
Enumeration:Vol. 17 Issue no. 3; June 1964, p. 48-54
Abstract:The murals at Kulu are of three types: the Devi mural in Kangra style in the old Shish Mahal, most likely painted by Sajnu during the reign of Raja Preetam Singh of Kulu (1767-1806); the murals by the Kulu artist Bhagwan and his associates in the time of Raja Bikram Singh (1806-16), depicting the marriage of Ramayana and Nayika-Bheda, Raja Bikram Singh and his retinue, and other compositions; and Sikh-style murals and floral decorations executed under Rai Dalip Singh (1869-92). The notes by Mulk Raj Anand illustrations describe the depictions, colour scheme, draftsmanship, composition, and technique.

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