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How to forward your domain name to artistwebsites.com

April 29th, 2013

How to forward your domain name to artistwebsites.com

You have to choose a good domain name related to your name or business in order to forward to your artistwebsites.com site. Each domain registrar has their own control panel and they look different. I will show you how to use 1and1.com control panel to forward your domain to your site.
1) Log in to your domain registrars control panel
2) Select your domain name from control panel under domains and web spaces (for 1and1 only)
3) Select the domain destination and enter your artstwebsites web address (example http://gallery.artistwebsites.com )
4) Choose the method of redirection. There are two methods of redirection, frame redirect (visitors see your domain name in their browser bar) and http redirect (simple redirection to your artiswebsites address. Example: peekaboom.com )) and save it.
For frame redirect you have to enter your site title, key words and a meta tag description
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Raja Ravi Varma, The King of Indian Painters

April 21st, 2013

Raja Ravi Varma, The King of Indian Painters

Raja Ravi Varma (April 29, 1848- October 2, 1906) was an Indian painter who achieved recognition for his depiction of scenes from the epics of the Mahabharata and Ramayana. His paintings are considered to be among the best examples of the fusion of Indian traditions with the techniques of European academic art.
Raja Ravi Varma is most remembered for his paintings of beautiful sari clad women, who were portrayed as very shapely and graceful. His exposure in the west came when he won the first prize in Vienna Art Exhibition in 1873. After a successful career as a painter, Raja Ravi Varma died in 1906 at the age of 58. He is generally considered as one among the greatest painters in the history of Indian art.
Raja Ravi Varma came to widespread acclaim after he won an award for an exhibition of his paintings at Vienna in 1873 . He travelled throughout India in search of subjects. He often modeled Hindu Goddesses on South Indian women, whom he considered beautiful. Ravi Varma is particularly noted for his paintings depicting episodes from the story of Dushyanta and Shakuntala, and Nala and Damayanti, from the Mahabharata. Ravi Varma's representation of mythological characters has become a part of the Indian imagination of the epics. He is often criticized for being too showy and sentimental in his style. However his work remains very popular in India and abroad.
List of the prominent works of Raja Ravi Varma
Village Belle
Lady Lost in Thought
Damayanti Talking to a Swan
The Orchestra
Arjuna and Subhadra
Lady with lemon
The Heartbroken
Swarbat Player
Shakuntala
Lord Krishna as Ambassador
Jatayu, a bird devotee of Lord Rama is mauled by Rawana
Victory of Indrajit
Family of Beggers
A Lady Playing Swarbat
Lady Giving Alms at the Temple
Lord Rama Conquers Varuna
Nair Woman
Romancing Couple
Draupadi Dreading to Meet Kichaka
Shantanu and Matsyagandha
Shakuntala Composing a Love Letter to King Dushyanta
Girl in Sage Kanwa's Hermitage (Rishi-Kanya)
Saint Gregorios of Parumala