Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : heritage


Evolving Cultural Values And Its Manifestation In Visual Arts

Dr. Manavpreet Kaur Arora; Dr. Pavitar Parkash Singh; Dr. Manish Gupta

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 3149-3155

The potpourri of Indian culture is deciphered by identifying certain popular visual elements that are a part of our everyday experiences. These elements define our perception and comprehension of that which is ubiquitously Indian. There is an assortment of factors that influences their evolution whilst preserving their indigenous essence. Changing visual technology is one such prominent factor that has defined and redefined cultural value systems in India. This paper essentially deals with how certain cultural ideas in India have been visually transformed through influence of global interventions, while retaining their core essence with change in technology. Phenomenological analysis based on the Gestalt theory of perception has been adopted to decipher the meaning of visuals. Random sampling of popular contemporary visuals which exuberate cultural values or practices have been compared with images from past that are engraved in the collective memory of people. This paper is an attempt to introduce a methodology on how the chosen historical segregations of visuals can be compared to contemporary visual art forms; and interpretations can be done for further investigation of meanings in art, culture and society for future generations of artists, academicians &practitioners.

Alisher Navoi's Human Heritage

Togaev Tulkin; Tavaldieva Gulbaxar; Djumaniyazova Malokhat

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5269-5274

The article provides basic information about the personality of the great Uzbek poet Alisher Navoi. His human legacy to the people - his kindness, help, generosity, creative work - is all based on the research of historians and modern scientists of his time. It is stated that the poet's thoughts on kindness, humanity, humanism are in practice combined with creative work in the field of entrepreneurship

Gestalt ToSemiotics: Cultural Construction Through Visual Experiences In Indian Arts

Dr.ManavpreetKaur Arora; Dr.Kirandeep Singh; Dr.PavitarParkash Singh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6405-6411

The potpourri of Indian culture is deciphered by identifying certain popular visual elements that are a part of our everyday experiences. These elements define ourperception and comprehension of that which is ubiquitously Indian. There is an assortment of factors that influences their evolution whilst preserving their indigenous essence. Changing visual technology is one such prominent factor that has defined and redefined cultural value systems in India. This paper essentially deals with how certain cultural ideasin India have been visually transformed through influence of global interventions, while retaining their core essencewith change in technology. Phenomenological analysis based on the Gestalt theory of perception has been adopted to decipherthe meaning of visuals.Random sampling of popular contemporary visuals which exuberate culturalvalues or practiceshave been compared with images from past that are engraved in the collective memory of people. This paper is an attempt to introduce a methodology on how thechosen historical segregations of visuals can be compared to contemporary visual art forms; and interpretations can be done for further investigation of meanings in art, culture and society for future generations of artists, academicians &practitioners.