|This reproduction is permitted under the Indian Copyright Act of 1957, Section 52, which states:
- (s) the making or publishing of a painting, drawing, engraving or photograph of a work of architecture or the display of a work of architecture;
- (t) the making or publishing of a painting, drawing, engraving or photograph of a sculpture, or other artistic work failing under sub-clause (iii) of clause (c) of section 2 ["any other work of artistic craftsmanship"], if such work is permanently situate in a public place or any premises to which the public has access;
Note that this does not include copies of paintings, drawings, or photographs, as they do not fall under the referenced sub-clause (iii). They fall under sub-clause (i).
- (u) the inclusion in a cinematograph film of-
- (i) any artistic work permanently situate in a public place or any premises to which the public has access;
Indian law is modelled on UK law, and in the absence of any specific case law to the contrary it is reasonable to assume that the rules will be similar. See the United Kingdom section for more details. See Commons:Freedom of Panorama#India for more information.