Hindustan, Indian Folk Art Inspired Montage Wallpaper

India is renowned for its rich and varied history, culture, and arts. Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam, three of the largest religions in the world, all originated or flourished in India; these influences have a significant impact on art and culture. Indian paintings depict tradition and illustrate old writings, beliefs, and anecdotes in vivid colour. Simply put, Indian art have the potential to capture and hold human emotions for longer periods of time.


Draw creative inspiration from your very roots and let your creativity be molded through the creative traditions of our nation with this Indian paintings collage wallpaper.



In essence, all forms of Indian art are metaphorical. Given that Hindu aesthetics holds that all art forms contain a spiritual component, religious themes and beliefs have a significant place in the design lexicon of Indian art.


The lotus, the goose, the elephant, the lion, the peacock, the parrot, and the eagle are just a few examples of the many flora and faunal motifs that frequently appear in Indian art. These motifs are also frequently used as symbols in Hindu, Jain, and Buddhist scripture narratives.


Over the ages, ancient Indian paintings have been handed down from one generation to the next; some of them have not been affected by modernity and are still in demand. Walls are embellished with elaborate paintings, such as those from Rajasthan, Madhubani, Pichwai, Tanjore, Warli, and Gond, among others. They illustrate the variety of Indian artistic styles and feature a variety of Hindu gods and deities, religious epics, royal families, dancers, natural elements, etc. These paintings also feature animals including horses, elephants, deer, camels, and others. Every part of India has its own distinctive style of painting, which is influenced by the local population and culture.


Embody the cadence of secularism and make your home a sanctum of appreciation for the vivid ecstacy of the various colors and styles representing the indian canon with this wallpaper. This wallpaper is an assortment of various Indian paintings in one wallpaper with varied colors, styles and textures. Get yourself a kaliedoscope of inspiration to live within, to tease out your creativity with this design.


In general, Indian folk paintings are pictorial expressions that are differentiated by themes taken from epics like the Ramayana and Mahabharata, the Bhagavata Purana, as well as everyday village life, birds and animals, and natural occurrences like the sun, moon, plants, and trees. The Ramayana, the Mahabharata, and Lord Vishnu’s avatars are all represented in this wallpaper, providing beautiful imagery.


Well-known mythological characters like Ram, Sita, Krishna, Radha, Durga, Shiva, Lakshmi, and Saraswati, as well as natural scenes like the sun, moon, starry nights, and religious plants like the tulsi (sage), as well as seasonal festivals are carefully illustrated, all under the influence of the tradition and culture of the time.


The majority of paintings depict the enthrallingly creative side of Nature, which includes flora and wildlife, creatures, fish, and birds, the cycle of life and death, as well as many other aspects of creation, frequently even geometrical figures. The paintings in this wallpaper truly throb with life and energy because to their vivid, lively hues! These paintings show various religious items, including temple hangings, scrolls, chariot banners, and more. It is woven around temples and deities and features scenes from mythologies such as the Ramayana, Mahabharata, Puranas, and others.


A few of the unique miniature paintings depict scenes from Rajput history, Deccan miniatures, Jains and Buddhist painted manuscripts, the Mughal period’s prosperity, and more. Additionally, subjects from Indian epics including the Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bhagvata Purana, Rasikpriya, Rasamanjiri, and the ragas of Indian classical music were shown in miniature paintings. Legendary couples like Dholu and Maru are shown riding camels in paintings. They also show sights of elephants and horses being used in hunting.






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