Gond art is a form of painting from folk and tribal art that is practiced by Gond tribals in India. They are primarily from Madhya Pradesh but are also found in Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Chhatisgarh, and Odisha. Gond painting is a famous folk art of the Gond tribal community of central India. The work of Gond artists is rooted in their folk tales and culture, and thus storytelling is a strong element of every painting. Each painting is uniquely hand-painted using organic colors like charcoal, colored soil, plant sap, mud, flowers, leaves, and even cow dung. It is an Exclusive Show-Piece for your Drawing Room.
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Birds are symbols of freedom and eternity due to their ability to soar into the skies. It firmly believes that being closer to nature will lead to humankind's prosperity and good fortune. It is believed that seeing a good image brings lots of good luck.
• It comes safely wrapped in bubble wrap in corrugated packaging to protect the painting effectively. Painting comes with a frame. It can be clean using a dry or slightly wet cloth. • Hand-painted by Gond artisans.
The paints are usually derived naturally from objects such as charcoal, colored soil, plant sap, mud, flowers, leaves, and even cow dung. That said, due to the insufficiency of natural colors, Gond artists have begun to use poster colors and use canvas to paint on.
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Gond tribes are a group of indigenous peoples of central and south-central India, about two million in number.
They live in the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, and Odisha. The majority speak variously and, in part, the mutually unintelligible language of Gondi, an unwritten language of the Dravidian family. Some Gond has lost their language and speaks Hindi, Marathi, or Telugu, depending on which is dominant in their area.
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Colors may vary from the actual product, because of the lights & photography. Designs may also vary due to unique designs are made by tribal artists.