In most of the farm-based villages of Jharkhand, migrants are preparing for two popular posts after Bali crops, which are sown in the month of ladders and surprises. In the month of Bhado, "Karam Parva" or Karma, and Vandana in the month of Surprise.


Karam tree is worshiped at the Karma festival and the animals used in farming are worshiped. The festival of festivals Our tradition of decorating and decorating shrines and floors is present in some form in our country. Even today the tribals who live in this tradition with Purity are exemplary. Through folk painting in festivals, villagers express their feelings, creativity and their joy. On this occasion, the surroundings and the home courtyard are cleaned up. The pits of land and walls are filled. Then they are coated with them. Shanti lamps the walls of their houses in different colors from the maturity of the various colors of the matrices and the walls of different colors and geometric shapes are enjoyed by the walls. Wrappy attractive patterns are made using wet methi lip extracts. Then they are engraved on birds, animals, human beings or flowers. This work is done entirely by the women of the house and it is done with full commitment and devotion.


The front wall of the house is traditionally prepared for the special 'fresco' images, by the hard work. The first coating on the walls is done by mixing jute and wood in the smooth soil. The dry surface of the dry surface is applied to the dry surface of the dry surface, and then it is crushed with the bark of smooth stones and a wild plant and it is finally made to be found in the fields "very smooth erosion from the stomach of bawal ketchu Solution is applied. When the surface becomes dry completely, then the background color is drawn on it. After that, painting is initiated from the middle of this wall and it is filled with various sizes. The subject matter is toll-leaf, animal husbandry or folk kashras. In the end, all of these pictures are marked as varnishes, wavy lines, or geometrical shapes in the form of four ornamental soya lines.


There is also a custom to make 'Alpana' in the door or courtyard of the house. The shapes of the feet of 'Goddess' are made in the middle of their own made from the paintings of the bridge-husband.


This intuitive art of tribals is an important part of their daily life, which they use during special occasions, festivals, or reciprocal worship. Aboriginal art is highly independent, intensive, with a clear secret and imaginary beauty, with the estimation of its daily life. They do not only make the images look ", but rather, who know, know, they think they are portrayed with intuitive expression.

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