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Visual narrative in the Mithila tradition explores the dilemmas of a young woman.
Cumulative rhyming story illustrated in the traditional wall painting style of the Meena tribe in Rajasthan.
Anything can be turned into a puppet, you just need to know how!
A hand-picked selection of books for ages 10+, packed in gorgeous handmade and screen-printed gift bags.
A hand-picked selection of classic books from Tara, packed in gorgeous handmade and screen-printed gift bags.
A hand-picked selection of books for 12+, packed in gorgeous handmade and screen-printed gift bags.
To paint is to mirror and honour creation.
How to make a range of toys based on the folk playthings created by artisans across India.
Here are India’s best-known beasts rendered by a variety of folk and tribal artists. Screen-printed on handmade paper.
Gond images are filled with patterns, and each pattern is unique to a particular artist, making it his or her signature.
Ein handgemachtes Bilderbuch für Katzenliebhaber.
A monkey in a jungle that tourists visit decides to help himself to a camera!
The Erotic. The Valorous. The Furious… a visual tribute to the vanished art of South Indian cinema billboards.
Visual narrative brings together stories of origins, transformations and endings from the Gond tribe.
A contemporary environmental retelling of the great flood tale, featuring Patua scroll art from Bengal.
A domestic labourer who went on to become a well-known artist paints her own moving story in the Mithila folk style from Bihar.
A gently perceptive exploration of the psychology of fear, with illustrations by Gond artist Bhajju Shyam.
Snake lore and legend from across India, illustrated by a contemporary French artist.
Painter Abanindranath Tagore’s memories of a wildly creative household in colonial Bengal.
Filled with rhymes, games, and songs, this is a cheerful story of girls growing up in a Gond tribal village.
Artist from the Bhil tribe in central lndia paints her community’s close everyday relationship to trees.
A sumptuously illustrated re-telling of Sophocles’ classic tragedy, celebrating the art of bookmaking.
A sumptuously illustrated version of Sophocles’ timeless classic, celebrating the art of bookmaking.
38 extraordinary folk and tribal artists from India reflect on the museum as an institution.
A sumptuously illustrated version of Euripides’ timeless classic, celebrating the art of bookmaking.
Pull! Drink! Carry!… Each image – in the Warli tribal style – is a narrative built around a verb.
Story of children who pick rags for a living… story of child labour, human rights, the environment and recycling.
A teenage relationship conducted entirely in a most unusual of ways… through letters!
Visual travelogue from a Gond tribal artist reverses the anthropological gaze.
Experience the jolly maze of an Indian village carnival!