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Doodle Diary with Gond Painting Motifs- Flying Bird

Doodle Diary with Gond Painting Motifs- Flying Bird $5.00 SHIPPING & HANDLING: $8.33 DISCOUNT: $0.00 TIME TO DISPATCH: 0-2days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 12 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier

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Material : Recycled handmade paper for cover, cartridge paper for sketching
Size : 8.25 inc X 5.75 inc
Doodle diary with Gond Painting motif 80 pages with 3 gond painting inserts with information about the craft Blank pages for sketching About the Craft: Gond painting comes from a namesake tribe of Madhya Pradesh; Gond painting derives its name from the Dravidian expression Kond, which means “the green mountain”. The Gond tribes believe that everything in nature is inhabited by sacred spirits. Hence, they painted natural elements such as trees, animals, rivers and mountains as a sign of reverence and respect. In addition to nature, Gond paintings are inspired by Indian mythology, the daily tribal domestic scenes, abstract emotions and dreams. Gond paintings are known for their precision of outlines that are filled with dot and dashes, which make them look fluid and alive. Striking colors such as red, blue, white and yellow are used to impart vividness to the paintings. *There are 80 blank pages in total. Price for a single piece as shown in image 1

Country of Origin - India

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