Title Painter Sub-School Maru-Ragini Sahibdin Mewar Chaugan Players Dana Jodhpur Krishna on swing Nuruddin Bikaner Radha (Bani- Thani) Nihal Chand Kishangarh Bharat Meets Rama at Chitrakuta Guman Jaipur (b)The Pahari School: 1. SUB SCHOOL-JODHPUR. Mention the name of the sub-school of each of the following miniature-paintings included in your course of study : (1) Maru-Ragini (Rajasthani School) (2) Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara (Rajasthani School) (3) Chaugan Players (Rajasthani School) (4) Krishna with Gopis (Pahari School) Ahmadnagar Sub school . May – week 1 Assignment -2 Make it on A3 size ivory sheet ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK 1- ASSIGNMENT 1 CH-5-BUSINESS ARITHMETIC-ASSIGNMENT-1 For City Council Agendas: Click the "City Council" folder. The painting titled ‘CHAUGAN PLAYERS’ was painted by Dana in the 18th century. You can specify conditions of storing and accessing cookies in your browser, Mention the name of the sub School of each the following miniature paintings included in your course of study objective answer ​, ARMYyyy...this question is for you WHO IS WORLD WIDE HANDSOME?? Krishna Lifting Mount Govardhana (Mughal School) 2. Chand bibi was the daughter of Husain nizam shah-1 of Ahmednagar. Collection: National Museum, New Delhi. a) Dancers b) Ragini Pathamsika c) Chaugan players d) Kabir and Raidas Kangra and Kullu: The main theme of Kangra painting is Shringar and exhibit the taste and the traits of the life style of the society of that period. Krishna on swing 5. Chand bibi was the daughter of Husain nizam shah-1 of Ahmednagar. She was the great Muslim female worried of Indian history and she is best known for defending Ahmednagar against the mughal force of Akbar. Q4 Mention the artistic aspects of the painting Chaugan players . Acrobat Reader Flash Player Windows Media Player Microsoft Silverlight Word Viewer Excel Viewer PowerPoint Viewer . Bharat meets Rama at Chitrakut Origin & Development Sub-schools Characteristics Study of miniature paintings of Pahari School 1. The fort of Sansar Chand is located about 1/2 km away from Chaugan. Click archived for past agendas and minutes. Chamba:  The paintings encompass both murals and miniatures and the paintings were generally painted with Hindu religious themes, Garhwal: A tradition of painting in the courts of the Garhwal rulers. S.no. Assume length of scale to be 10 CM. Emotional appeal and Bright colours characterised Mewar painting style, Hadoti:  Comprises of Bundi, Jhalawar, and Kota styles. Subject matter: The painting shows six Princesses playing Chaugan … Subject matter: The painting shows six Princesses playing Chaugan (Polo). c. Period and Sub-school d. Subject matter. Polo or Chaugan bazi, a traditional outdoor game among royal families till the eighteenth century, was an old pastime of the feudal class. (a) Chaugan -Players (Rajasthani School and Jodhpur Sub -School) (b) Bharat Worshipping Charan -Padukas of Rama (Pahari School and Guler Sub -School) A candidate may perceive many and different human life -values mentioned following in that particular painting according to his/her own observation perception/experience and may express Maru Ragini 2. CHAUGAN PLAYER. Sultan Abullah Qutub Shah painted in which sub school ? It existed at the time of Raja Sansar Chahd, who was the king of Sujanpur Tihra. Symbolize the Green color in our National Flag? Raja Anirudh Singh Hara . Deccan school ‘Chand Bibi playing Polo (Chaugan)’ is made : (i) Bijapur Sub school (ii) Gol Konda Sub School (iii) Ahmadnagar Sub school (iv) Hyderabad Sub School Gol Konda Sub School . e. Composition. BY DANA . Rich Dad Poor Dad: What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money - That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! Find RF of the scale.​. SUB SCHOOL – The painting belongs to jodhpur. (a) Chaugan -Players (Rajasthani School and Jodhpur Sub -School) (b) Bharat Worshipping Charan -Padukas of Rama (Pahari School and Guler Sub -School) A candidate may perceive many and different human life -values mentioned following in that particular painting according to his/her own observation perception/experience and may express Main features of the Mughal School 3. SUB SCHOOL-JODHPUR. This painting is a pride possession of the National Museum, New Delhi. Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara 3. Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara Utkal Ram- Bundi, Radha (Bani- Thani) Nihal Chand- Kishangarh. Mewar: Focused on its conservative style and avoided Mughal influence. Bharat meets Rama at Chitrakut Origin & Development Sub-schools Characteristics Study of miniature paintings of Pahari School 1. a) Gol Konda b) Ahmadnagar c) Bijapur d) Hyderabad Q25. Q5 Mention the names of any five sub-schools of Rajasthani school of miniature painting. The painting done in Water colour on paper using the Tempara Technique has been attributed to the Jodhpur-Sub School of the Rajasthani Miniature painting. Kangra: Possesses the key  characteristics of the Guler style, such as  the quality of naturalism or delicacy of drawing. SUB SCHOOL-JODHPUR. ... SUB SCHOOL-GOLKONDA. TITLE – The title of the painting matches the theme of the painting. CHAUGAN PLAYER. MEDIUM -TEMERA ON PAPER. Nand Yashoda & Krishna with kinsmen going to Vrindavan. BY DANA . This painting is a pride possession of the National Museum, New Delhi. Chand bibi was the daughter of Husain nizam shah-1 of Ahmednagar. The painting titled ‘CHAUGAN PLAYERS’ was painted by Dana in the 18th century. Chaugan Player. Born: January 10, 1976 in Riverside, CA us Draft: Drafted by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1st round (20th) of the 1997 MLB June Amateur Draft from California State University, Northridge (Los Angeles, CA). Ahmadnagar Sub school . 3. Adam Kennedy. Chaugan (sport) In the Middle East, Chaugan is a game similar to Golf and Polo. Title Artist Sub-school 1 Maru-Ragini Sahibdin Mewar 2 Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara Utkal Ram Bundi 3 Chaugan Players Dana Jodhpur 4 Krishna on swing Nuruddin Bikaner 5 Radha (Bani- Thani) Nihal Chand Kishangarh 6 Bharat Meets Rama at Chitrakut Guman Jaipur e. In which its sub school the famous miniature painting of the Deccan school ‘Chand Bibi playing Polo (Chaugan)’ is made : (i) Bijapur Sub school (ii) Gol Konda Sub School (iii) Ahmadnagar Sub school (iv) Hyderabad Sub School प. ... SUB SCHOOL-GOLKONDA. (A) Kangra (B) Basohli Gol Konda Sub School . Mention the name of the sub-school of each of the following miniature-paintings included in your course of study : (1) Maru-Ragini (Rajasthani School) (2) Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara (Rajasthani School) (3) Chaugan Players (Rajasthani School) (4) Krishna with Gopis (Pahari School) Origin and development 2. a) Gol Konda b) Ahmadnagar c) Bijapur d) Hyderabad Q25. Kullu was a folk-style painting that is marked by bold drawing and the use ofdull and dark  colour. e. In which its sub school the famous miniature painting of the Deccan school ‘Chand Bibi playing Polo (Chaugan)’ is made : Bijapur Sub school . (d) The Deccan School 1. SUB SCHOOL – The painting belongs to jodhpur. Painting: CHAUGAN PLAYERS Painter/Artist: Dana Sub-school: Jodhpur Medium: Water Colours on Paper Technique: Tempera Circa: 18th cent. Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara 3. …, Construct a diagonal scale which should measure 6.3 CM and 8.03 CM. the following miniature-paintings of the Rajasthani School : (A) Maru-Ragini (B) Krishna on Swing (C) Radha (Bani-Thani) (D) Chaugan Players (b) In which of the following sub-schools of the Pahari School, has the famous miniature-painting ‘Nand, Yashoda and Krishna with Kinsmen going to Vrindavana’ been made ? AnZo nmR²>`H«$_ _| gpå_{bV ~§Jmb {MÌe¡br Ho$ nm±M {MÌm| Ho$ erf©H$ ~VmBE & 5 Mention the titles of five paintings of the Bengal School included in your course of study. Raja Anirudh Singh Hara . Appreciation of the following Mughal Paintings: 4. School) Or Krishna with Gopis (Pahari School) 2. subject-matter of the famous miniature-painting ‘Chaugan Players’ of the Jodhpur sub-school ? Symbolize the Green color in our National Flag? Hyderabad Sub School. c. Period and Sub-school d. Subject matter. TITLE ARTIST SUB-SCHOOL Maru-Ragini Sahibdin Mewar Raja Anirudh Singh Hara Utkal Ram Bundi Chaugan Players Dana Jodhpur Krishna on Swing Nuruddin Bikaner Radha (Bani-Thani) Nihal Chand Kishangarh Bharat meets Rama at Chitrakut Guman Jaipur Guler: Is marked by delicacy and liquid grace. Chaugan players 4. Sub-schools Characteristics Study of miniature paintings of Rajasthani School 1. In which its sub school the famous miniature painting of the Deccan school ‘Chand Bibi playing Polo (Chaugan)’ is made : (i) Bijapur Sub school (ii) Gol Konda Sub School (iii) Ahmadnagar Sub school (iv) Hyderabad Sub School sub school :- Mewar, bundi, jodhpur, Bikaner, main features of the Rajasthani school study of the following Rajasthani paintings 1)maru - ragini 2)chaugan player 3) Krishna on swing 4) Radha ( Bani-thani ) 5) Bharat meet Rama at chitrakut The Pahari school Origin and development sub school … Chaugan players 4. Once you clicked the archived link, click the "CITY" folder in the middle. This painting is a pride possession of the National Museum, New Delhi. The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness, The Return of the King: Book Three in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Baller: A Down and Dirty Football Novel, When They Call You a Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir, It's Not Supposed to Be This Way: Finding Unexpected Strength When Disappointments Leave You Shattered, 100% found this document useful (7 votes), 100% found this document useful, Mark this document as useful, 0% found this document not useful, Mark this document as not useful. S.no. Which painting made an Hyderabad Sub- School? (A) The Rajasthani School : (1) Origin and Development (2) Sub-Schools-Mewar, Bundi, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kishangarh and Jaipur (3) Main features of the Rajasthani School (4) Study of the following Rajasthani Paintings: The painting done in Water colour on paper using the Tempara Technique has been attributed to the Jodhpur-Sub School of the Rajasthani Miniature painting. Positions: Second Baseman, Third Baseman and First Baseman Bats: Left • Throws: Right 5-11, 195lb (180cm, 88kg) . BY DANA . 2) Sub Schools and artists 3) Maru Ragini 4) Raja Aniruddh Singh Hara 5) Chaugan Players 6) Radha (Bani Thani) 7) Bharat meets Rama at Chitrakut FINE ARTS – PA I CLASS XII Bengal School - main features 1) Journey's End 2) Raslila 3) Radhika 4) Meghdoot Mention the title of the miniature painting done by the Miskin Painter of the Mughal School : Title Painter Sub-School Maru-Ragini Sahibdin- Mewar Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara Utkal Ram- Bundi Chaugan Players Dana- Jodhpur Krishna on swing Nuruddin- Bikaner Radha (Bani- Thani) Nihal Chand- Kishangarh Bharat Meets Rama at Guman -Jaipur. Origin anddevelopment 2. Collection: National Museum, New Delhi. The Miniature Paintings of Rajashthani School TITLE ARTIST SUB-SCHOOL Raja Anirudh Singh Hara Utkal Ram Bundi Maru-Ragini Sahibdin Mewar Krishna on Swing Nuruddin Bikaner Radha (Bani-Thani) Nihal Chand Kishangarh Chaugan Players Dana Jodhpur Bharat meets Rama at Chitrakut Guman Jaipur 1. MEDIUM -TEMERA ON PAPER. The painting done in Water colour on paper using the Tempara Technique has been attributed to the Jodhpur-Sub School of the Rajasthani Miniature painting. Origin and development 2. 3. Sub-schools Characteristics Study of miniature paintings of Rajasthani School 1. 7. Painting: CHAUGAN PLAYERS Painter/Artist: Dana Sub-school: Jodhpur Medium: Water Colours on Paper Technique: Tempera Circa: 18th cent. The Miniature Paintings of Rajashthani School TITLE ARTIST SUB-SCHOOL Raja Anirudh Singh Hara Utkal Ram Bundi Maru-Ragini Sahibdin Mewar Krishna on Swing Nuruddin Bikaner Radha (Bani-Thani) Nihal Chand Kishangarh Chaugan Players Dana Jodhpur Bharat meets Rama at Chitrakut Guman Jaipur 1. 8. Jodhpur art style is a mixture of an indigenous ancient art tradition and the stylistic attributes of Mughal medieval art. Q24. Q24. (c) The Mughal School 1. She was the great Muslim female worried of Indian history and she is best known for defending Ahmednagar against the mughal force of Akbar. The drawing is precise and delicate. Main features of the 1. a. Maru-Ragini /Sahibdin/ Mewar b. Chaugan Players /Dana /Jodhpur c. Krishna on swing/ Nuruddin /Bikaner d. The painting titled 'CHAUGAN PLAYERS' was painted by Dana in the 18th century. This site is using cookies under cookie policy. Kabir and Raidas (Mughal School) Or Marriage procession of Dara Shukoh (Mughal School) 3. Q4 Mention the artistic aspects of the painting Chaugan players . e. Composition. Krishna with Gopis 2. Explanation: Marwar: The use of thick lines, huge turbans, strong facial expressions  and muscular figures with whiskers which were depicted in bright colours. ?​, व्हाट डू यू मीन बाय वोकेशनल नेम्स ऑफ़ एजुकेशन इन इंग्लिश​, Hello friendsHow are you allStay safe be happy❤❤❤❤❤❤❤​, for manipur art Integrted project for class 6 Maths - study of various materials such as clay,plastic, wood ,matchstick etc to study 2 dimensional str May – week 1 Assignment -2 Make it on A3 size ivory sheet ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK 1- ASSIGNMENT 1 CH-5-BUSINESS ARITHMETIC-ASSIGNMENT-1 Mention the name of the sub -school of each of the following miniature paintings included in your course of study: (1) Maru -Ragini (Rajasthani School) (2) Raja Aniruddhya Singh Hara (Rajasthani School) (3) Radha (Bani -Thani) (R ajashthani School) (4) Cosmic Dance of Shiva (Pahari School) Substantiate your answers with suitable examples based on the aesthetic-parameters. Basohli: The painting is characterised by bold  and vigorous line and strong glowing colours. School, (2) Medium & Technique, (3) Subject matter and (4) Composition: 1. a) Dancers b) Ragini Pathamsika c) Chaugan players d) Kabir and Raidas Jodhpur art style is a mixture of an indigenous ancient art tradition and the stylistic attributes of Mughal medieval art. Sultan Abullah Qutub Shah painted in which sub school ? Title Artist Sub-school 1 Maru-Ragini Sahibdin Mewar 2 Raja Aniruddha Singh Hara Utkal Ram Bundi 3 Chaugan Players Dana Jodhpur 4 Krishna on swing Nuruddin Bikaner 5 Radha (Bani- Thani) Nihal Chand Kishangarh 6 Bharat Meets Rama at Chitrakut Guman Jaipur Dhundar: Domprises of  Jaipur, Amber, Uniara, and Shekhawati  styles of painting. CHAUGAN PLAYER. Sub … (b) Evaluate the aesthetic grandeur of any Pahari miniature-painting included in your course of study duly based on the Composition/ Artistic aspect/ Description: Explanation: Please mark me as brainliest e. In which its sub school the famous miniature painting of the Deccan school ‘Chand Bibi playing Polo (Chaugan)’ is made : Bijapur Sub school . This painting is a pride possession of the National Museum, New Delhi. The painting done in Water colour on paper using the Tempara Technique has been attributed to the Jodhpur-Sub School of the Rajasthani Miniature painting. Maru Ragini 2. Chand Bibi Playing Polo (Chaugan) (Deccan School) Or Hazrat Nizamuddin Auliya and Amir Khusro (Deccan School) Section – C Instruction : Write answer to any one from each part of the question Falcon on a Bird-Rest (Mughal School) 3. TITLE – The title of the painting matches the theme of the painting. MEDIUM -TEMERA ON PAPER. ... SUB SCHOOL-GOLKONDA. Which painting made an Hyderabad Sub- School? The painting titled ‘CHAUGAN PLAYERS’ was painted by Dana in the 18th century. Hyderabad Sub School. Krishna on swing 5. Krishna with Gopis 2. 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