A Slice of Warli life


A Slice of Warli life

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Warli paintings are an art form of the Warli people, a tribe living at the foothills of the Sahyadri mountain range in Western India. The Warlis live in tune with nature and hold it in utmost regard. Using basic geometric shapes like circles, triangles, squares, lines and dots which symbolise different elements of nature, these rudimentary yet distinctive paintings narrate scenes from their daily lives – their beliefs, legends, traditions, festivals and celebrations, joys and sorrows, livelihood, farming, hunting, fishing, trees, animals, birds, right down to the smallest creatures.

It is intriguing how such a minimalistic art form can convey so much.

Drawing/Frame Size: A3

Artist: Sona Ramachandra

Artform: Warli, Indian tribal art

Location: Cologne, Germany

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You may select a product/service you want to have and contact us. Once we agree & fulfill terms and conditions, the agreed donation amount (called fee) should be paid by YOU DIRECTLY to the registered charity organization, through PayPal.

We have made efforts to identify one such (may add few more to our list) organisation which is doing wonderful work to care of less prevailed kids (mostly girls).

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As of now, most of the artworks are located in Cologne Germany (for pickup/delivery). If you want the artwork to be delivered outside of Cologne within Germany, you have to pay the postage.