Meena Paintings

Never seen before outside the walls of Rajasthani village homes, the Mandana tradition of painting is practiced by the women of the Meena tribe. Handed down from mother to daughter, this stunning public art is a community tradition, done by women on the mud walls and floors of their homes, keeping time with recurring festivals and the changing seasons. Via Room and Serve.

1 comment:

Sandy said...

The paintings are beautiful! They remind of the designs on Psanky Easter eggs.