The Warlis are an indigenous tribe from the Maharashtra-Gujarat border. Warli paintings are mostly made by women for special occasions such as weddings or harvests. Made on the mud walls of their huts, the scenes portray rural life, festivals and dances, trees and animals. The Warli use only white - a mixture of rice paste, water and gum for their paintings. Bamboo sticks chewed at the end are used as paintbrushes.
This box with the 208 piece puzzle will keep you engaged for hours. There is an unimaginable thrill in seeing the stunningly beautiful paintings emerge bit by bit. When completed the picture is ready to be framed and hung!
These folk, and tribal art Puzzles will challenge children and engage adults. Seeing the stunning image emerge bit by bit can be thrilling. When completed the picture is ready to be framed.
In our attempt to help sustain Indian folk art and craft - artists are paid a royalty. You will be supporting the artist directly with your purchase.
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