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Old 01-18-2019, 11:00 AM
amarsingha amarsingha is offline
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The ancient manuscript art in the medieval era.

In this modern era, we are well-known about the book illustration performs as the supplements of the written content. Such an essential concept of interior book designing is not an innovative idea of the modern publishing industry, rather it had been performing from the medieval era between 700 to 1500 centuries of India.
I recently have started writing about such a rare platform of art which has always been out of focus from the modern stream of art. I would like to welcome to all my friends from Wet canvas to consider a few minutes to read the discussion.
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