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Item Code : WWR 157
Size            : 36” X 24 ”
                   : 90 cms X 60 cms
Frame        : Wooden

The goddess is first worshiped on the occasion of marriage. The spiritual goddess has four hands and many fingers, symbolizing the super devine power.Offerings like hair comb,musical instruments, ladder are made to the goddess whose blessings are sought for the couple.

The Warli art is also referred as ‘X ray’ art where happening inside the huts/dens are visualized from outside. The ‘X ray’ art resembles and relates to the period when people lived in open caves that had no front wall.

" SPRITIUAL GODDESS "
 

 

Item Code : WWR 158
Size            : 36” x 24”
                   : 90 cms x 60 cms
Frame        : wooden

A typical tribal hamlet on hill side in morning hours. Kitchen in the hut. Firewood lit. Delicacies being prepared in large container.  A fresh bundle of firewood arrives. The court yard is a place for livestock to ruminate, while others graze around.

Women enjoy shower at the back yard well in the company of melodious peacocks.

Farmers engaged in post harvest operations of milling, winnowing, dehusking millets. Loft on the hut ( mezzanine level ) is a store place for grains.

The Warli art is also referred as ‘X ray’ art where happening inside the huts/dens are visible from outside. The ‘X ray’ art resembles and relates to the period when people lived in open caves that had no front wall.

VILLAGE SCENE

 

 
Item Code : WWR 159
Size            : 36” x 24”
                   : 90 cms x 60 cms
Frame        : wooden

A Warli hill side habitat. People engaged in their activities, co-exist harmoniously with animals and creatures around.

The Warli art is also referred as ‘X ray’ art where happening inside the huts/dens are visible from outside. The ‘X ray’ art resembles and relates to the period when people lived in open caves that had no front wall.

SERENITY
 
 
Item Code : WWR 160
Size            : 24” x 36”
                   : 60 cms x 90 cms
Frame        : wooden

A celebration, acknowledging the almighty for the rich harvest. Couples prayfully  dance in rings of circle to the blowing of Tarpa  (Musical Horn, made of dried Pumkin ) .

The Warli art is also referred as ‘X ray’ art where happening inside the huts/dens are visible from outside. The ‘X ray’ art resembles and relates to the period when people lived in open caves that had no front wall.

“ FUN AND FROLIC ”
 
 
Item Code : WWR 161
Size            : 24” x 36”
                   : 60 cms x 90 cms
Frame        : wooden

Bountiful harvest transform Warli tribals into festive joyous mode. They acknowledge almighty by prayfully dancing in circle to the tune of Tarpa (musical horn made of dried pumpkin). The vigorous dance culminates into heavenly pleasure. Water stream emanating from mountain flow with visible creatures in it.

The Warli art is also referred as ‘X ray’ art where happening inside the huts/dens are visible from outside. The ‘X ray’ art resembles and relates to the period when people lived in open caves that had no front wall.

“ HEAVENLY BLISS ”
 
 
 
 
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