Mural painting is defined as any painting or artwork that is directly applied on permanent surfaces such as walls, ceilings, and buildings. The term “mural” comes from the Latin word “murus,” which translates to the wall. Mural painting has existed for centuries, even dating back to the prehistoric times, in one way or another. It can be traced back to 200,000 B.C. when Modern Man appeared for the first time in Africa. From there, he migrated to Asia and Europe after 100,000 B.C. Signs of the first mural paintings can be seen in the Lascaux Grottoes cave paintings in southern France to the Bhimbetka cave paintings found in India.