The Warli paintings reflect the relaxed lives of the Warli tribe and include scenes from hunting, harvesting, people chatting, cooking food, milking cows etc. The “tree of life” and the “Tarpa dance” are significant images that are often seen in Warli art. The ritual paintings are usually done inside the huts. The walls are made of a mixture of branches, earth and cow dung, making a red ochre background for the wall paintings. The Warli use only white for their paintings.