"STATISTICS"

Besides the tabular and graphical presentation, we conducted statistical analysis on the data collected. We recorded the frequency of the pattern of 06 places in total 12 Havelies including Churu, Ramgarh, Mahansar Laxmangarh, Mandawa and Nawalgarh. We sorted the data in order and used excel to produce in bar-diagram to analyze the reason. Below are our statistical results and explanations. Besides all other points we compared the places on the basis of foreign tourist turnout.


According to our statistical analysis the frequency of the patterns of Mandawa ranked top among those 06 places, which is related to the highest number of foreign touristsí turnout in Shekhawati region. Frescos can be seen in all the Havelies and Mansions in Mandawa. Many Bollywood movies are shot here. Nawalgarh ranked second with 85% of foreign touristsí turnout. Nawalgarh is famous for Bhakton Ki Haveli and Morarka Haveli which is famous for miniature paintings showing details of war scenes, hunting scenes and exotic scenes. Ramgarh ranked third with 80% of foreign tourists turnout. Ramgarh is a famous town of Shekhawati region. It is famous for the Chattries (Cenotaphs) in which 7 layers of Frescos interior is the main attraction. It depicts the incarnations of Vishnu. Laxmangarh and Churu both ranked IV as per the foreign touristsí turnout with 70%. Churu is famous for the large Havelies made by Poddars in 19th and 20th century. Mal Ji Ka Kamra is main attraction of Churu. Murli Manohar Temple and Char Chowk Ki Haveli are the attractions of Laxmangarh. Mahansar ranked last. It is situated in between Churu and Ramgrah towns. Mahansar is famous for Sone Chandi ki Dukan and Tola Ram Maskahara ka Musafir Khana.

COMPARISON BETWEEN ITALIAN FRESCOS AND INDIAN FRESCOS

Frescos refer to the wall paintings and mural. The history of mural painting is related to ancient time both in India and Italy. The history of European painting goes back to 8000 BC. Basically Italian paintings were developed in 13 the century AD. Most of the paintings were developed during Renaissance period. The medieval period paintings tried to give their work a spiritual quality. They wanted viewers to concentrate on the deep religious meanings of their paintings and sculptures. A new phase of Italian art is Neo-classical and 19th century art which is based on the principles of ancient Greek art and Architecture.



Indian mural paintings are known in more than 10000 locations around India. The history of Indian rock art ranges from drawings and paintings from prehistoric times beginning around 30000 BCE in the caves of Central India. Ajanta and Ellora caves are well known for wall paintings around the world. In medieval India Mughal kings made Frescos fashionable, but it was glorified by Shekhawati Merchants. They made large mansions and Havelies and made the Frescos famous around the world.


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