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Kerala state is always the God’s own country because of the rich tradition of ancient murals. A mural is a sculpture painted or decorated straight away on the walls, ceilings or any other permanent surface. These customary mural paintings are a fine art of talent and innovative brilliance.

The noted mural work paintings of Kerala mostly were done among the 15th and 19th centuries. They abide a brand of individuality in skills used plus aesthetics. How the paintings of Ajanta is still reflected to have their uniqueness in their color and form, also the Kerala mural stands for their prominence on prettiness, lucidity than symmetry. Most of the mural paintings depict the sacred as well as mystic themes.


Through the biggest group of murals created upon antique Indian myths, so now Kerala is at the same level with the State of Rajasthan. But in recent times, the trends of the mural paintings have now been shifted from wall murals to the paintings that are done in the canvas and paper. The murals of Kerala grown over the important inspirations of early Dravidian rites like Kalamezhuthu also Patayani. The murals of Kerala were matchless in their delicacy, keenness, and ethereal gorgeousness.

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The stuff that is used in the mural paintings like brushes, gum, pigments etc. are always made of natural materials only which contains minerals and plants. The frequently used pigments or the often used colors in the mural arts are red, blue, black, saffron yellow, saffron red, white, golden yellow, green and yellow.

The structures and masterpieces are firmly ruled by features like the ratio, posture, and even the background etc. To be clearer there is a rule that the face needs to be divided into three sections, when you consider the neck that should be one-fourth of the face, and the chest’s length should be equal to that of the face and etc. Also they have broad values for the depiction of the yes conveying diverse feelings. Likewise the imaginings of fish, animals, temples etc. are directed by distinct ethics and guidelines.


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Now coming to the colors that have been used these usually follows the versions of the psychological qualities of personified into the quasi-scientific philosophical methods of the gunas the triple separation of every certainty by satva or stable, clean, heavenly; rajas or active, lively, touchy; and tamas or passive, mixed. The color representation of the trio is customarily green on behalf of satvic, red in addition to a mix of red and yellows in place of the rajasic and black for the Shivite) and Vaishanavite they have White for the tamasic divinities. The best predominant color of Kerala mural is always Saffron-red.

As said early the paints that are used in the mural are made of herbal vegetable dyes, minerals together with fruit juices also chemicals that have been dig out from the earth. And the brushes that are used for these fine arts are made from blades of definite sorts of grass plus the roots of particular trees.

Combining everything together, the Kerala style of Mural paintings through its prominence histrionic scene ornate outfit and striking movements of character showing intimate relation with each other, that could appear to be similar that to living performance art Kathakali, then Koodiyattom also further methods of theatre of thoughts.

You can find the oldest murals of Kerala in those Cave temples of Thirunandikkara, a part of Kanyakumari district, which is the neighboring State of Tamil Nadu. Kerala’s largest mural panel that is said to be the Gajendra Moksha is now in Krishnapuram Palace nearby Kayamkulam located Alappuzha district. Wide-ranging murals portraying acts from the Hindu epics like Ramayana and the Bhagavatha are conserved at the Mattancherry Palace which is in Ernakulam district. The earlier forms of Dravidian mural art can be seen in the Shiva Temple at Ettumanoor.

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Kerala murals are always the best remembrance that is to be valued for generations; these fine arts are a sign of likely prettiness and charm, classiness and ease and of spiritual devoutness. It is this modesty that benefits this art style overcoming the effects of evolution and period.

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