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International Journal Of Language, Literature And Culture(IJLLC)

Visual Rhetoric on Rock During Mesolithic Period at Chintakunta, Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India

Barun Mandal

International Journal of Language, Literature and Culture (IJLLC), Vol-2,Issue-5, September - October 2022, Pages 1-7, 10.22161/ijllc.2.5.1

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Article Info: Received: 10 Aug 2022, Received in revised form: 28 Aug 2022, Accepted: 04 Sep 2022, Available online: 12 Sep 2022


Following the present to make a better future, there are areas to understand about human settlement in aforementioned, which provides the information about food, shelter, dress, culture, lifestyle, and the relation between human and animal. Moreover, the providers are available in contemporary times which carry the history like- cave paintings, rock paintings, sculptures from ancient civilizations, pots, etc. Human habitations in India had been evaluated by humans from nowhere to somewhere dated back to 10000 BC - 8000 BC, where communication was needed initially, and food, cloth, and language painting also have improved simultaneously. Ancient people depicted nonverbal communication through fighting scenes, hunting, riding, copulation, cultural practice, and genre life through ages like the palaeolithic, mesolithic, and neolithic periods. Evidence of the prehistoric cave and rock art still exist in India, like Bagh cave, Bhimvedka there are Chintakunta, Belum caves, Kethavaram and Bhogeswara in Andhra Pradesh. Apart from habitations, Color application, line, form, shapes, narrations of the paintings, and drawing are the most critical areas invented in a new way by the research scholar, archaeologists, and still, the educators are on the way to searching for new invent This paper explores the Art, aesthetics, culture, and technicality of these diverse approaches to this hidden treasure that can be beneficial in studying ancient rock art.

Ancient Culture, Design, Epipalaeolithic, Mesolithic, Painting, Prehistory Art, Rock art & Shelter

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