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*Pyadi Dhande * सर्व आदिवासी कर्मचारी यांना २२%आरक्षण मिळावे या साठी महाराष्ट्रराज्यातिल सर्व आदिवासी कर्मचारी तसेच सुशिक्षितवर्ग सह कुटूंब सहपरिवार ॥भारती विद्यापिठ जव्हार॥ता.जव्हार जि.ठाणे. येथे उपस्थित रहाणार आहे.तरी आपण आपल्या मिञ परिवाराला घेऊन येणे


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यूवा आदिवासी मित्रमंडळ वेवजी यांनी २८ डिसेँबर या दिवसी वार्षीक बक्षीष समारंभाचा कार्यक्रम आयोजीत करण्याचे ठरविले आहे या निमित्ताने आपन आम्हाला काही डोनर मिळवू द्याल काय ? आमचे मंडळ एक संस्था म्हणून नोँदनी झालेला आहे रजिस्ट्रेसन नंबर आहे महाराष्ट्र .१८२० । १३ । ठाणे असे आहे जर कोणी मदत देणार असेल तर


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about warli art


The Warli tribal of Thane district in Maharashtra make Warli paintings. They do not consist of the myriad primary colours, so intimately associated with folk painting in India. Instead they are painted on an austere brown surface with the use of only one colour-white The only exception are red and yellow auspicious dots which are used to decorate the painting. The first impression of sobriety, however, is countered by the ebullience of the thems depicted. Men, animals and trees from a loose, rhythmic pattern across the entire sheet. This results in a light swinging and swirling movement, describing the day to day activities of the Warlis. Warli art was first discovered in early seventies. In many important respects, it was different from the folk and tribal idiom known to urban India till then. It did not narrate mythological stories in vibrant as did the Madhubani paintings of Mithila, nor did it contain the robust sensuality of the pata paintings found in the districts of Bengal, Orissa or Rajasthan.

Warli painting though essentially the same, depicting the marriage ceremony with the vegetation goddess in the center, her guardian in a side cauk and a surrounding landscape in which the preparations for the wedding are taking place, are far from repetitive for there are considerable differences in form and content between one area and another.

The Warli are short in stature with dark, burnt complexions and broad physical features. They share a connon religious awe of the Tiger God and roughly carved wooden statues of him can be found installed in all parts of the district.

Agriculture is their main occupation and provides bare sustenance to the Warlis. With paddy as their main crop, harvested once a year, there is little or no surplus for the coming year. An average of two to three acres for a family of five is barely sufficient for the year and the summer months find the Warlis looking for part-time jobs.The men of the family work during summer on other farm, constructing bunds, in bricks factories, repairing road for the Government or with the forest department.

The women lend a helping hand by cutting grass to be sold in the market.

The rough and rugged foothiils of the Sahyadri range, which comprise the main part of Thane, afford easy refuge to those who shun contact with the outside world.The undulating landscape, leading to higher and more invincible hills in the east which forms a natural boundary between thane and the rest of the state. The Warlis live in the rugged part of the country and keep much to themselves and have their own social organisation.The is no caste differentiation among them.

Origin :

Warlis clearly assert their identity as separate from the other tribes ad claim that they have been so called since the time of their earliest ancestors. The language of the Warlis contains many Sanskrit, Gujarati, Marathi and Hindi words. The art of the Warlis at any rate seems to belong to the phase classified as Neolithic in the rock paintings of central India. We see that this period is characterized by paintings done in white outline, triangular humans and animals with geometrical designs on the walls of the caves.

In the Warli area along with the general similarity of the rice paintings to those in the caves, the sudden emergence of a deer, its body covered with diagonals and bearing a striking resemblance to the deer, of the rock paintintgs, Point unmistakably to this period. It seems more likely then, that the Warli are the propagators of a tradition which first originates somewhere in the Neolithic period between 2500BC and 3000Bc.

The women leave their husbands frequently is surprising in view of the fact that theirs is a patriarchal society with the man as the head of the households. In many Warli house, the man keeps as many as four or five wives. Then again, while he can marry as times as he likes, the women cannot marry again. Indeed many the rituals of the Warlis refer to the Great Mother as in the song of Kansari or the “Bhagats” song during the wedding. In addition the presence of the marriage goddess, “Palaghat” looming large in the wall paintings points unmistakably to an all pervasive cult of the mother goddess which exercises considerable influence to this day.

The Warlis clearly assert their identity as separate from the other tribes and claim that they have been so called since the time of their earliest ancestors.

Harvest festival:

The agricultural season for the Warlis begins around ‘Vasishaka’(May). With the first rains In Jyestha (June) the paddy seeds are planted. Then the people are busy with agriculture. From the month of ‘Bhadrapada’(Sept) the people begin harvesting. The celebration of the of the “Cheda puja,” every year during harvest, when the people have enough money, is both an act of thanks giving as well as a re-enactment of the first event of settling down at place. The festival of the Tiger God takes place in the month of ‘Karthik’(nov) in the second fortnight, when the villagers can donate enough money from their harvests. The ritual begins with the story of “Vaghasdeva” ( the Tiger God) being sung and the others come to listnn to it. The song continues the whole night and day. The women do not take part in the celebration. No work goes on in the field during this time.

With the festival of the ‘Tiger God’over the villagers begin preparing for the puja of ‘Kansari’-the Corn Goddess. When the paddy has been cut and stacked in front of huts, threshing cannot take place till the goddess has been propitiated. The song of Kansari which is sung during this time is a long narration of the story of the Corn Goddess.

Among the many legends about ‘Mahalakshmi’ one is that she provides children to the Warlis but turn vengeful if human sacrifice is not made to her.

Tarapa Dance:

During the three days of Diwali, drinking and dancing are the main rituals for its their thanks giving to natures bountifulness. The dance, which begins during the day, continues throughout the night. They dance in the open space to the tune of the Tarapa played in turns by different men. The dancers never turn their backs to the tarapa but dance facing the tarapa. The dancers move according to the tarapa plaryer, turning and moving as he turned. When the tune of the tarapa changes the dance changes they will continue to dance to the tarapa until the puja of the ‘Tiger God. After that they cannot play the Tarapa and are only allowed to play the ‘Dhhol’(drum) during Holi, after which only the Kahali (flute) is plated.

The notes of the tarapa were a consistent, deep drone through the night to which the dancers moved with unflagging enthusiasm.To The untrained ear it sounded ‘unmusical’ and ‘repetitive’ but consistent listening to it revealed that sound was more like a barely human drone .it seems to consist of one bass note ,which was stretched to it maximum length without any variation The sound essentially expressed a continuity of life in which all living things had to participate.

The marriage season begins usually from the end of Magha(Feb) to Phalguna (March) bringing with it festivity and colour. This is also the culmination of the ritual cycle of the year, the last cat necessary to activate the forces of nature. The Warlis believe that with the marriage of the bride and the bridegroom, all the living things are fertilized reenergize into creativity. Every single marriage then, is a cosmic event and the long process of marriage ritual, desinged a it is to affect creation, is carefully observed according to convention. Unlike the Hindus it is the bridegroom who has to pay the bride price for the bride. A white paste for the painting is prepared for the painting by sieving the rice flour. Then the wall was leaped with cowdung over which geru(red mud) was smeared. Two savasinis (Women shoes husbands are alive) first make a chaukat (Square) and then the goddess palaghata. Simultaneously other women of the village drew trees, animal and men around the square. A goddess is also shown. The fertile goddess of vegetation was now ready and would preside over the wedding activities which take place over three days.

The marriage paintings function in a way similar to the seasonal cycle for the Warlis. They encapsulate their entire universe concerning themselves with fundamental aspects of their lives. Made at the time of marriage, they express their most fertile moment and all that precedes and follows it. A typical painting will be found in the darkest part of the hut. In the center is a large square intricately designed like rich sari pallu. Within this stood a triangular figure which was part human with its body striated like the bark of a tree. On the side is a smaller square containing a five headed figure riding a horse.Trees swirled around the square, the different varieties of leaves a forming the web of foliage. The sun the moon are also seen in the painting rotating on their discs throwing lines of energy in different directions.

These caukats are made at the time of marriage and are essential for without them the wedding cannot take place. The central figure of the painting is the marriage goddess ‘Palaghata’ and it is her presence which is essential for the wedding. The decorative square around her is known as the cauk with the smaller square being called deva cauk.The god inside the deva cauk is known as Pancasiriya. The foliage around the goddess is meant to provide her with shade. The location of each painting is of significance. IT hardly reveals itself to the eye immediately.

Its not the end of human existence but another beginning. They believe that death is the same as marriage ad observe almost similar rites (as well as during marriage). Since in their daily life the Warlis have to actively contend with Nature God. Thus there are not only the Sun and Moon Gods but the God of Thunder, of lighting, of the beginning of a tentative move towards sculpture. The ancestral sprit which seems to demand a molded from also allows the Warlis to find self-expression in wood and stone. In the backyard of almost every hut are installed three feet high wooden planks with disc-like heads.

few samples

Medium:Red mud & White poster
Theme : City

From warli art - anil vangad

Rice husk carbon White poster

Theme : Folk Story “ Mahadev& Ganga Gouri”
From warli art - anil vangad

Medium : Cow dung & White poster

Theme : Folk tale Tribal
From warli art - anil vangad

Medium: Red mud , Cow dung & White poster

Theme : Folk tale
From warli art - anil vangad

Medium:Red mud & White poster

Theme : Forest & Train
From warli art - anil vangad

Size : 32 inch X 18 inch

Medium : Rice husk carbon & white poster
Theme : Tree of Life
Artist statement : Warli people live in the forest regions
away from the main settlements and they respect and love the nature
from the most gigantic to the smallest creature or plant.Year : 2009

From warli art - anil vangad

Size : 32 inch X 18 inch

Medium :Cow dung & White poster
Theme : Tree of Life
From warli art - anil vangad

Medium:Red mud & White poster

Theme : Platform & Train
From warli art - anil vangad

my creations

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1. Order for painting canbe place by submitting warli art request form
2. order can be confirm by paying 50% of order cost in advance
3. Write carefully aal details in request form
4. Transportation allowance should paid by customer in case of site delivery/visit
5. 50% Advance payment should be made for confirming order
6. Any additional requirements in between may leads to extend the final delivery date
7. Delivery date is subjected to availability of materials & other parameters
8. On cancelation of order the 50 % of order cost should be pay customer
9. online money transfer can be opted by request if needed
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name - Anil Vangad
mail - anil@adiyuva.in
web - www.anil.adiyuva.in
cell no. - +91 9049 835 729

Address -
At- Devgoan, Bagadpada,
PO- Ganjad, Tal- Dahanu,
Dist-Thane, Maharashtra 401602

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वारली चित्र कला दर


वारली चित्रकला दर



दर [रु]

सुभेच्छा पत्र [ 10X8 cm]


सुभेच्छा पत्र [ 15X12 cm]


सदरा आणि गन्जिफ़्रोक वर वारलि [प्रति नग]


भिन्ती वरिल वारलि चित्र [प्रति चौ. फु]


बिना सजावट चित्र [प्रति चौ. फु]


उशि कवर वरिल वारलि [2X3 एका बाजुने]


केन्वास वरिल वारलि [प्रति चौ. फु]


काचेवरिल वार्लि चित्र [प्रति चौ. फु]


वारलि चित्र टेक्श्चर सोबत [प्रति चौ. फु]



दुपट्यावरिल वारलि चित्र [प्रति नग]



साडिवरिल वारलि चित्र [प्रति चौ. फु]



बेड शीट वरिल वारलि चित्रे [प्रति नग]



वारलि चित्रकला शिक्षण

दर [रु]

वर्ग आणि प्रात्येक्षिक [ कमाल ३ तास / दिवस]


शिक्षण आणि प्रात्येक्षिक [कलाकाराच्या घरी]


प्रयोजित कार्यशाळा [ प्रत्येकि ]



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प्रत्याक्ष्यातले दर हे कलाकुसर, वापरलेले सहित्या ह्यावर अवलम्बुन राहतिल

कलाकराने ठरवलेले दर हे अन्तिम राहतिल

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Warli art Rate charet


Warli art basic rate

Sr. No.


Rate (Rs)


painting on greeting cards [ 10X8 cm]



painting on greeting cards [ 15X12 cm]



panting on T shirt [each]



Wall painting [per sft]



without frame painting [per sft]



painting on cushion cover [2X3 one side]



Canvass painting [ per sft]



Glass painting [per sft]



Texture painting [ per sft]



painting on duppatta [each]



painting on saari [each]



Painting on bed sheet [single]


Sr. No.

warli art education

Rate (Rs)


Addressing workshop [ max 3 hrs a day]



Education & Demo [at artist home]



Organised Seminar / workshop [per head]


Note -


Above mentioned rates are basic minimum rates to get rough idea


These rates are for bulk orders, will more for small qty orders


Actual rate will depend on art work, finishing, material use


Rate finalisation will be after confirming with artist


Rate may differ for same size by design & finishing