A Warli village scene

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A vignette from a Warli day of life, with the tribals at their daily chores—feeding cattle, women drawing and fetching water from the well, and so on, are an insight into the Warlis' way of life. The presence of the peacock and the deer depict their closeness with nature. The 'Tarpa' dance in the backdrop symbolizes the Warlis belief in the 'cycle of life'. The themes of Warli paintings revolve around the life and socio-religious customs of the Warli tribes of Maharashtra. Infusing life into miniature monochrome figures drawn in simple lines and shapes and the delicate lace-like borders add further appeal to them, marking the uniqueness of this form of art.

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Length (in inches) 20
width (in inches) 28
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A Warli village scene

A Warli village scene

A vignette from a Warli day of life, with the tribals at their daily chores—feeding cattle, women drawing and fetching water from the well, and so on, are an insight into the Warlis' way of life.

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A vignette from a Warli day of life, with the tribals at their daily chores—feeding cattle, women drawing and fetching water from the well, and so on, are an insight into the Warlis' way of life.

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