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Reel Name: Bhimabetaka VIII
Reel Notes: Cave No. C/13 Line drawings- hunters, wild animals, map of the rock shelters of MP & India
Date of Exposure: April 3, 1977


The First Discovery of Rock Painting in India

A.Carlyne and J. Cockburn first discovered the rock paintings in India in the year 1880.

Prehistoric Rock Paintings of India

Caring for the Infants

Prehistoric Cave Painting, Central India


Mankind's First Erotic Art?

Detail from cave painting, Bhimbetka

Prehistoric Romance

Timeline of Cave Art

Graphic showing timeline of cave paintings found in India


Prehistoric Facials
Kamat Illustration Database
Carts and Chariots

Illustrations of Chariots Depicted in Cave Paintings of India


The Pregancy - Prehistoric Cave Painting

Point to ponder: The deer conceiving an elephant shows extraordinary imagination of the artist. Or was it his ignorance?

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