Films division has an interesting documentary (I say interesting, not wonderful) titled Gandhi, Nehru and Modern Art. For all good reasons, it is a showcase of the development of modern art in India; little to showcase Gandhian or Nehruvian influence.
There is a talk of the closing of lines between the artisan and the art and the proposed indigenousness of art and Indian symbolism. Given the colourful and highly influenced history of the land, it begets the question – what is indigenous to India?
Nevertheless, this documentary makes an interesting watch [21 minutes, and bad audio – be careful if you are wearing headphones]