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Thank you for the information about warli painting, Raji. Now I'm off to the internet (unless you can suggest a better place) to find out some more about this tribal art.
thank u so much..........
warli painting is a tribal art in India .geometric images of human beings & animals are created in a rhythmic pattern. The themes chosen by the artists are mainly from nature. Harvest is one of their major themes. One other very popular theme is that of a wedding festival. The subjects found in these paintings are fields swaying with healthy crops, birds flying in the sky, group dancing around a person playing the music, dancing peacocks, women cooking or busy in their other house chores and children playing. Warli art always contains groups of people.
this art form is a way of communication among people.painted on mud/charcoal surfacewith rice paste [for white colour].
For the Warlis, life is cyclic repeating it eternally. Circles best represent the art of warli, which has neither an end nor a beginning. Death is not the end for them; rather it is a new beginning. Similar to their religious beliefs the warli paintings carry this circular and spiral movement that gives an everlasting joy
i like those designs & tried hand embroidery with back stitch.
I love this. Please tell us what "warli" is. I'd like to try thi.
Beautiful !!!!!Look like a human chain.
very nice design, did you not get dizzy stitching it, have not heard of a warli design before
very beautiful and neatly done.
They are moving!
excuse me ,but whats a warli design? what ever it is I do like it.
Really neat design and nicely done!
raji,i understood it only when you pointed it out as warli!!!!! excellent attempt..
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