Maharashtrian warli tribe traditional tarpa folk dance (grey)
This beautiful work of painting is handmade by the warli tribes. Warli painting is an art form created by the warli tribes from the North Sahyadri Range in Maharashtra, India. This range encompasses cities such as Dahanu, Talasari, Jawhar, Palghar, Mokhada, and Vikramgad of the Palghar district. This painting shows a Tarpa Dance. Each painting is hand-painted on canvas using organic colours like Red mud, Wood Coal, Rice flour paste, and some mixed Colors. It is an Exclusive Show-Piece for your Drawing Room.
The concept behind this painting:
Tribal people are enjoying the Diwali festival with firecrackers.
Diwali celebrates by dancing to the tunes of the tarpa instrument.
Men are collecting leaves.
Animals are running on the street.
Name of the tribe:-
Details of the tribe:-
The Warli’s are found in Jawhar, Vikramgad, Mokhada, Dahanu, and Talasari talukas of the northern Palghar district, parts of Nashik and Dhule districts of Maharashtra, Valsad, Dangs, Navsari, and Surat districts of Gujarat, and the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu. They have their own animistic beliefs, life, customs, and traditions, and as a result of civilization, they have adopted many Hindu Beliefs. The Warli speak the warli language classified as Konkani, with some degree of influence from Marathi.
Artist of Warli painting.
“I just wanted to share a quick note and let you know that you guys do a really good job. I’m glad I decided to work with you. You give employment to tribal peoples and give the opportunity to our tribals to explore their art.
Thanks, Universal Tribes”.
Disclaimer: This Item is Handmade by TRIBAL ARTISTS, an ARTISTIC Design, PATTERN & COLOUR tone may vary from that shown in the image. However, there would not be any compromises in Quality.