Pahari paintings also known as miniature paintings developed in Northen Hilly region of India. The word “Pahari” means Hilly. These paintings incubated under the reign of Mughal Emporers in 17th Century. Handmade paper and Natural color pigments from mineral and vegetables were mixed in water for making paint. The artists used the brushes generally made of the hair of horse, camel, squirrel, etc. This art form developed and evolved beautifully by passing generation.
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