Village Scene - Saura Tribal Painting
This vibrant handpainted piece on Tussar silk depicts the life of Saura Tribes. Originally made as murals on the walls of their homes, Saura Tribes use these paintings for rituals and as symbols for ushering prosperity and health and for protecton from evil spirits! Each element in this painting has a ritualistic significance - the cart full of grains is a prayer for fertility of land, the elephants and tiger signify the wealth and valor and the monkeys are protectors of the household from evil spirits. Get home this motif, believed by Saura tribals to bring good luck!
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