- Basohli Paintings are a form of miniature paintings that originated in the town of Basohli in the Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir.
- They are known for their vibrant color, intricate details, and depictions of Hindu mythology and legends.
- Basohli Paintings date back to the 17th and 18th centuries and are considered to be the earliest examples of Pahari paintings.
|Miniature art||Known for their miniature art style, characterized by intricate and detailed work|
|Bold and vibrant color||Made from natural dyes and pigments|
|Depiction of Hindu mythology||Life of Lord Krishna and stories from the Ramayana and Mahabharata|
|Elaborate compositions||Multiple figures and scenes depicted in a single painting|
|Fine detailing||Intricate patterns and designs that are often difficult to replicate|
|Gold and silver accents||Such accents add to their ornate and intricate appearance|