The time period of Rajasthani School is
A. 17th to 18th Century
B. 16th or 17th to 19th century
C. 18th to 19th century
D. 12th to 14th Century

B. 16th or 17th to 19th century


The great painter Nihalchand of Rajasthani School belongs to which sub school?
A. Mewar
B. Bundi
C. Kishangarh
D. Bikaner

C. Kishangarh


The artist of “Radha Bnai Thani”
A. Sahibdin
B. Nain Sukh
C. Manku
D. Nihal Chand

D. Nihal Chand


Who ruled the state of “kishan garh” after Kishan Singh
A. Vit pal
B. Sawant Singh
C. Sansar Chand
D. Raja Raj Singh

B. Sawant Singh


“Bhakti cult” is related to which school of Miniature painting?
A. Pala Miniature painting
B. Apbhransha Miniature painting
C. Rajasthani Miniature painting
D. None of above

C. Rajasthani Miniature painting


“Krishna on Swing” is made by
A. Sahib din
B. Nihal Chand
C. Nooruddin
D. Runukuddin

C. Nooruddin


Who made “Bharat meets Rama at chitrakut”?
A. Dana
B. Utkal Ram
C. Daulat
D. Gumman

D. Gumman


The artist “Manku” belonged to which sub school of Pahari school of miniature painting
A. Chamba
B. Guler
C. Kangra
D. Basohli

D. Basohli


“Kangra” Style has been developed out of which school?
A. Basohli
B. Chamba
C. Guler
D. Mandi

B. Chamba


Who made the “Nand Yashoda and Krishna with kinsmen going to Vrindavan”?
A. Manku
B. Nainsukh
C. Nihal Chand
D. Utkl Ram

B. Nainsukh

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