When it comes to the name of nations that hold distinctiveplace for having exceptional contribution in the worldwide arena of art then the name of India appears on the top of the list. Undeniably, India been a culturally rich and diverse nation has never ceased to hold to a superior place in the minds of the Indian art collectorsand admirers all across the globe. 

According to the past records, India's association with arts has a history of several decades. Since the time immemorial, people have been actively engaged in one or other form art practices, such as paintings, sculptures and so on. 

With the advancement of technology, the modern age has become much forward-looking and innovative, however till date people across the globe possess passionate enthusiasm for latest Indian art paintings. 

Here are some of the most popular forms of traditional Indian art paintings:

Tanjore Painting: Tamil Nadu is the actual place where Tanjore art paintings originated during the reign of Cholas. Exceptional ornamentation is the primeattributes of these paintings. This form of art is specificallycreated by the artists on the wooden boards.

Phad painting: Phadis a type of fabric on which these types of paintings are created. Through such paintings the artists typicallytries to represent the stories about the struggles and adventures of indigenous and classic heroes. This type of Indian painting is implemented with non-permanent yellow color and other colors like brown, green, sky blue and Vermilion are majorly used. Once the painting is completed by the artist, black color is used to create outlinethe figure.

Pichvai: The word literallysignifies something at the posteriorand this form of art opulently reflects the scenes from the life of the Hindu deity i.e. Lord Krishna. Moreover, it is the form of traditional Indian artthat is sold commercially.

Madhubani: The term Madhubani actually means forest of honey. Since, this form of painting has originated in Mithila region of North India that is the reason why it is also known as Mithila painting. In the prehistoric times, the womenfolk of Mithila used to create the Madhubani painting on the walls of their houses and prayer room with aim to invoke the divine protection.

Kalamkari: Kalamkari paintings originated basically in Andhra Pradesh. It is typically created on clothes with the usage ofjagged bamboo, which is commonly known as kalam or pen. Thus, before starting this painting, theytake out starch from the cloth simply by washing it in the river water and then fabric is immersed in a solution of myrobalam, water and milk. Once the fabric is dipped in the prepared solution it is then twisted to squeeze out the water.

To summarize, the latest Indian art are the real symbols of the India'sgracefuland colorful culture.