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Musa sets off to collect wood from the forest. Suddenly, he hears a deafening noise and is overcome with terror.
An endearing Indian version of a well-known tale from the Brothers Grimm, featuring Gond art from Central India.
Exquisite hand block printed textile book in the form of a cloth shrine.
Off-beat, feisty, fashionable, fun-loving and self-assured… meet the women on young artist Sangita Jogi’s mind.
There is another world below us. We fish unaware of how deep the ocean is, and how filled it is with life.
Cat is fed up with her tail
It never does what it should…
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.
The rich tradition of Gond art is a surprisingly young form–not more than 35 years old. So how did it evolve?
To paint is to mirror and honour creation.
Activity book introducing Indian art traditions: art is as much about the imagination as it is about depiction.
A retelling of traditional Gond tales about the tiger, illustrated with richly symbolic art.