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Title: Warli Rejoicing  Medium: Painting - Color Markers On Hand Made Paper  http://fineartamerica.com/featured/warli-rejoicing-subhash-limaye.html

Warli Rejoicing

Title: Warli Rejoicing Medium: Painting - Color Markers On Hand Made Paper http://fineartamerica.com/featured/warli-rejoicing-subhash-limaye.html

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The Saura Tribe is one of the oldest documented tribes in India, from  Odissa. Like the Warli they traditionally paint wall murals, But they use "a fish-net approach" - of painting from the border inwards. Also called ikons (or ekons) they hold religious significance for the Sauras.

The Saura Tribe is one of the oldest documented tribes in India, from Odissa. Like the Warli they traditionally paint wall murals, But they use "a fish-net approach" - of painting from the border inwards. Also called ikons (or ekons) they hold religious significance for the Sauras.

Warlis are an indigenous tribe or Adivasis, living in Maharashtra-Gujarat border and surrounding areas. They have their own beliefs, life, customs and traditions and speak an unwritten Varli language from the Indo-Aryan family. In the book The Painted World of the Warlis Yashodhara Dalmia claimed that the Warlis carry on a tradition stretching back to 2500 or 3000 BCE. Their mural paintings are similar to those done between 500 and 15,000 BCE in the Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka, Madhya…

Warlis are an indigenous tribe or Adivasis, living in Maharashtra-Gujarat border and surrounding areas. They have their own beliefs, life, customs and traditions and speak an unwritten Varli language from the Indo-Aryan family. In the book The Painted World of the Warlis Yashodhara Dalmia claimed that the Warlis carry on a tradition stretching back to 2500 or 3000 BCE. Their mural paintings are similar to those done between 500 and 15,000 BCE in the Rock Shelters of Bhimbetka, Madhya…

Saura tribal Art of Orissa India is often mistaken for Warli ( from Maharashtra) which is better known. Saura painting starts from a geometric frame and works inward. Traditional colors were red ocher and white rice paste. Originally only religious leaders painted them on homes for special events. Times have changed as the art is also made with ink on paper and tusser silk even t-shirts and can include modern imagery.

Saura tribal Art of Orissa India is often mistaken for Warli ( from Maharashtra) which is better known. Saura painting starts from a geometric frame and works inward. Traditional colors were red ocher and white rice paste. Originally only religious leaders painted them on homes for special events. Times have changed as the art is also made with ink on paper and tusser silk even t-shirts and can include modern imagery.

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