Monday, May 21, 2007

Warli






Warli painting, one of the most intriguing forms of Indian folk paintings, is a gift from a small tribe of the same name living in Maharashtra, India. Executed in white on austere mud walls, these tribal paintings are spontaneous expressions of folk life, customs and beliefs.

The scenes depicted in a warli painting can broadly be classified into three as follows:
1. Village scene [Tribe's daily routine is shown on the red]
2. Marriage Procession [on the green]
3. Taarpa Dance

2 comments:

Cheenu said...

very rare master pice...good job...its awesome

yogesh agrawal said...

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