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Jan 6, 2012

WARLI MURAL....



                     

            400 yrs old Tribal Art Form Warli art originated in Thane Dist. of maharashtra, western part of India, in a village also know by the name Warli. It is situated near Dhanau. This art is a 2 dimensional, with no perspective or proportion. Warli painting is simple and linear with the maximum use of triangular shapes. As the universal energy YIN/YANG; concept having the upward facing triangle representing the Male and the downward facing triangle representing the Woman. It also represent fertility as the tribal belief revolve around the cycle of Birth and Death. No wedding takes place without the drawing of "mother Goddess" in the front portion of the Bride's house. Usually the paintings are done by married women. Another important ceremony in the "Tarpa Dance". The village head is known as "Bhagat".


           In this mural,I have incorporated Warli motifs with a mild 3-D effect and a glint of gold to enhance its grandeur and beauty... 

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