All the Fine Arts in India have attained an exalted status in world art due to their beautiful visual appeal and deeply spiritual quality as well. Miniature paintings in India capture the essence of this tremendously varied cultural heritage of the country. Creating miniature paintings is a delicate, complex form of art, requiring a great deal of time and trouble on the part of the artist. This art developed sometime around the 6th or the 7th Century AD. Though this art flourished throughout the world, Indian artists were much known for their usage of multiple perspectives in their paintings. Featured here is a beautiful Ragmala-type miniature painting of Ragini Vasanta. Known for its vibrance, Ragini Vasanta's image on canvas looks radiant, celebrating the spirit of spring. The surrounding landscape is in full bloom and the deer and peacocks dance and prance in pure ecstasy. Ragini Vasanta drinks in the joy of the moment and glows in her own new-found joie de vivre!