Mural paintings of India are a fine art of skill and creative excellence. They are a symbol of natural beauty and grace, elegance and simplicity and of pious devotion. Indian tradition in the field of mural painting is evidenced by the murals in temples, palaces and churches. The history of Mural Paintings of India have been traced from the evolution of it from Ajanta to Kerala. The Buddhist themes of Ajanta Paintings considered to have been executed between the 2nd Century B.C. and the 5th/6th Century. Kerala is considered to be very rich in mural paintings and some of the Kerala murals date back to the 7th and 8th century AD. The traditional style mural art form, using natural pigments and vegetable colors, is being revived by a new genre of artists actively involved in researching and re-creating the tradition on canvas with acrylic color.