Every grain of tribal rice we provide has kept with its rich nutrients & healthy values. It grows in dense forests, surrounded by hill locks & natural sources to grow as nutritious grain. Communities who share a great bond with nature & have been living this way for centuries. These tribal people are great examples when it comes to organic farming, they take efforts to conserve traditional farming. We couldn’t doubt the quality of the products for a second, while we were collecting it for you. Tribal rice is a big advantage over any other rice when it comes to nutrients.
Warli art contains the form of lifestyle representation. All you see in warli painting is the reflection of their day-to-day lives. There are specific patterns & use of basic graphic vocabulary like a triangle, circles, dots, dashes, etc. And all of this together forms the unique storytelling of warli art. Tribal artists narrate the simplicity through their artwork. Tarpa dance is the most central aspect of warli paintings. Warli tribes & artists always present the togetherness & uniqueness of their community. Warli art is a vivid expression of daily & special events of tribal communities, the warli culture is centered around the concept of nature & wildlife.
The more organic & raw it is, the more benefits it has. Raw honey may contain nutrients that regular honey does not. This means raw honey could potentially offer more health benefits. Vanam Honey comes from natural sources & with an unadulterated process.
What makes Vanam Honey raw & organic? Indeed, it comes from thick backwoods regions in India, the region where nature still dominates the civilized human. Organic Honey normally contains sugar. Somewhat more than half of the sugar in honey is fructose.
Nonetheless, even with its fructose content, organic honey might be a better alternative than table sugar. Some exploration recommends that organic honey may offer a defensive impact against diabetes and may help improve cholesterol levels.
Gond art is originated by Gond Tribes in Madhya Pradesh. This popular art among tribal communities is based on their ancient myths, natural objects & folklore. Gond artists not only rely on what they have got in heritage but they also go beyond their memories & imagination to create the paintings. This form of painting has its own way of presenting things out there. While working on the paintings, artists have to take care of every single element of it. Every inner-outer line he/she draws, every dot-dash they add along with those vivid colors to give your eyes a pleasant scenario.
R. Ananth, Singapore
It was a great experience while dealing with Universal Tribes. And I would encourage NRI's to patronize www.universaltribes.com for these art purchases.
Omkar, California, USA
I would like to give, not only one but two thumbs up for the service & quality products Universal Tribes provide. Keep the good work up!!
C. Luxford, U.K.
I live in the UK & it makes me so happy to have bought a little piece of Indian treasure while being far away from India