The journal took examples from miniature painting, manuscripts, folk art psychology dance and yoga.
The journal explored the multiplicity that was prevailing in the country with India increasingly capturing the imagination of the world.
Through epitomizing the intermingling between art, architecture and design, the principles of understanding art were defined.
Devoted exclusively to photography, the journal explored the medium from different perspectives and trajectories.
‘Internationalism, Cosmopolitanism and Globalisation’ targeted the inbuilt capacity of aesthetic values to be shared by human beings independently from ethnic identies, ethical and religious conditionings.
The first issue of the Visual Arts Gallery Annual Arts Journal included encouraged different ‘ways of seeing’ due to the hesitation that people felt at entering the esoteric world of art.