IMPORTANCE OF COLOURS IN INDIAN ARTS
Keywords:Psychologists, Colours, Indian Culture
Life is a pallet of colours; every colour has its own importance. Imagining a life without colours is not possible. Psychologists say that colours are a direct reflection of a person’s life and personality. The kind of colours he chooses says a lot about his mood, traits and nature.
Hence Colours can be called a nonverbal form of communication. Colours have energy that can define as well as change the moods and actions of any person. Indian culture is said to be an amalgamation of various colours. Every colour holds a special place in India. Colours play a vital role in the day to day life; in India a simple colourful dot in the centre of the forehead of a woman denotes her colourful life, the presence of a healthy marriage. While an orange colour dot on the forehead of a person connotes that he is devoted to god or was in prayer. This is how a little colour adds a lot of meaning on the bigger picture of life. A single colour has a potential to announce or reveal athousand words at a single time.
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