Dancing On Walls (English)

Author : Shamim Padamsee
Illustrator : Uma Krishnaswamy

How did the Warlis first begin to paint their walls with shining, white images? A whimsical story that imagines how the art may have been born.

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Age 4+
Specifications 24 pages; 8.5” x 9.5”; full colour; soft cover
ISBN 978-81-8146-358-6
First Published 2007
Tags Warli art, wall painting, folk art, imagination, family

Tremendously enjoyed this book!

When you find a children's book that combines Indian culture, ancient tribal art and the imagination of a child, what do you do with it? Grab it with both hands, read it and re-read it… Saffron Tree

An interesting read

This book is an interesting read and definitely makes a great introduction to one of the most animated and lively forms of traditional art in India. Truly, the buoyancy in the Warli art makes the canvas come alive with all the dancing not just on the wall but also reflected in the eyes and the mind of the beholder! Divya-onestoryaday.blogspot.com

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Dancing On Walls (English)

Dancing On Walls (English)

How did the Warlis first begin to paint their walls with shining, white images? A whimsical story that imagines how the art may have been born.

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