Gond Painting- Dancing Peacocks



The Allure of Sagas

Gond Art of Madhya Pradesh

Artisan: Dwarka Paraste

The art of stories, the art of spirituality and an art believed to bring good luck, Gond Art is the reflection of India’s largest adivasi community called Gonds who are of Dravidian origin and can be traced to the pre-Aryan era. The word Gond is derived from the word kond which means green mountains. The Gonds are a diverse group spreading over large areas from the Godavari valleys in the south to the Vindhya Mountains in the north. The Gonds are traditionally believed to be storytellers, the Pradhan Gonds used to narrate the stories glorifying the king and this was mainly the source of their livelihood. To read more about the art, visit our blog http://nazariya.in/201637gond-art-the-allure-of-sagas/

50% of this sale will go to the artisan directly, to support their economic development. Thank You for supporting in the revival of this artform.

Content by: Seemab Alam

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Dimensions 36 x 28 x 1.1 cm


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