1. Introduction

Art moves human beings and satisfies their emotional dimensions. Artistic emotional response inspires a man to shed light on the profundities of human existence as well as facial appearance of the universe. One universal explanation on the subject of art that has been acknowledged by all thinkers and aestheticians of all the times is „that “art, a creative course of action is the expression of frame of mind, feeling or spirit.1 In the entire expansion of art the space-time aspect plays an crucial character. In every epoch and at every phase of human rational advance art becomes a crucial and successful standard to give details of man‟s inner potenti-alities. In every religion it has its exceptional place and a crucial character to engage in recreation importance of the true spirit of that religion. Religion and art have their close correlation. The development of the correlation of religion to life has been analogous to the advance of art. The idiosyncratic rationale of art, according to various philosophers and aestheticians, is on the whole advance of human character and the improvement of his mind's eye. Both religion and art contribute to their widespread endeavor to reshape or recreate, the world with a view to communicate an integrated vision to man‟s personality or give him a holistic point of view upon human existence as well as the encountering celestial circumstances.

Religion has all the way through been a source of stimulation for approximately all creative artists and aestheticians of different ages. From the beginning of man‟s history till date, religion has proved itself to be a turning point in man‟s onward civililizational demonstration. Various art-forms such as music, sculpture, painting, calligraphy, architecture and poetry have been profoundly motivated by intense religious consciousness. In every epoch and at every phase, religion has helped an artist to create something new with the help of his idiosyncratic spiritual approaching. Religion, like art, also highlights the emotional aspect of man. This physical world or Nature provides us a deep feeling as well as a „means‟ to ecstasy.2 Both religion and art have engraved their never-ending special effects on human civilization in prehistoric, medieval and modern epoch. Wundt has rightly understood that “Ideas and .feelings are religious which refer to an ideal existence.”3 So, according to him, it is a crucial aspiration for the artist to create something and direct people to lead an ideal life. Religion inspires a human being and penetrates every activity of his life. Art is one of the most crucial and dominant mediums of religion. An artist, stimulated by religion, has the astonishing aptitude to characterize a religious subject matter or communication all the way through painting or other art-forms or art-techniques.