Mosaics, stone arches and marble carvings mark the most astonishing artworks of the Byzantine era. Indian geometric art also draws attention to the marvellous temple carvings and stone sculptures, which was also popular in the Roman period. Our collection is an amalgamation of these two styles, which is an attempt to reincarnate the art, culture and design of these golden eras.

Byzantine & Indian
Geometric Art

The medieval Roman empire is referred to as the Byzantine empire (present-day Istanbul). Significant artistic advancements characterised the kingdom of Constantinople, which was an amalgamation of style with spirituality. Using bright stones, gold mosaics, and intricately carved ivory was commonplace – and so there are many similarities between Indian traditional artforms and byzantine art.


The powerful Byzantine Empire was established in 330 A.D under Roman emperor Constantine I and it lasted until 1453.


The fusion of Byzantine art and Indian geometrical art is a way to reincarnate the art, religious expression and design of the golden eras.


Indian architecture known for its bold and intricate patterns, that are symmetrical in nature, has always been a major part of India’s history.

Enthralling Grandeur

The saga of the Byzantine era told through the detailing of Indian geometric art.

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