Art of Bihar in 10 works

The historical evidence of Neolithic period architecture is found in Bihar, which tells the story of the Art of prehistoric people and their historic successors. | caleidoscope

Most of the Barabar caves were explicitly dedicated by Mauryan rulers to the sect of the Ājīvikas through inscriptions—depiction of an Ājīvika ascetic in a Gandhara sculpture of the Maha Parinirvana, circa 2nd-3rd century CE. | Wiki

Lauria Nandangarh, a historical site in West Champaran district of Bihar, is home to the famous Ashoka pillars and a stupa mound, showcasing Mauryan period remains. | wiki

Patna School of Painting, 18th-19th centuries, was India's first independent school, focusing on commoner lifestyles and gaining popularity through its paintings in Patna, Danapur, and Arrah.| Wiki

Patna Kalam is regarded as an offshoot of Mughal painting, with influences from Persian and the Company painting style developed for British customers. Patna along The Ganges | Wiki

Madhubani art, also known as Mithila art, is a painting style in the Mithila region of India and Nepal, originating from the Madhubani district. It features geometrical patterns and ritual content for occasions and festivals.