This school originated at the court of Prince Bika of Jodhpur, 1488, and developed its own recurring style with soft shades of blue, brown, green and grey. The figures have an air of kindness and tenderness and are painted with an exquisitely detailed finish.
The paintings are characterized by countless variations of patterns and symbols depicted in thin, watercolor-like glazes. Wavy clouds are a feature of this school. The subjects are taken from Indian mythology and often include an elephant´s trunk in various forms.