Bundi school of painting which has a close association with mughal painting style lasted from 17 th century towards the end of 19th century. It basically existed in the princely states of Bundi and some neighboring princely states of Kotah.
Bundi school of painting is a type of Rajasthani style of Indian miniature paintings.
The Bundi school of paintings are characterized by the use of green vegetables, dramatic night scenes and sky. It also has a distinctive way of showing light swirls in water.
Bundi paintings generally showcase scenes such as hunting, court scenes, life of nobles, birds, animals, lovers and lord Krishna's life.
This Bundi school of paintings are now days used to decorate public places by the Rajasthan government especially Kota Railway station.