Colors and textures in the Maharashtra countryside

5 Oct

This past weekend we set out to find the Adivasi peoples of the Jawhar region of Maharashtra, a couple hours north of Mumbai.  The Adivasi ( a general term used to describe the original people of India ) in this area are commonly referred to as Warli, however this we found was also a generalization.  The morning of the day we had arranged to visit the village and home of an Adivasi artist, we strolled through the Saturday market at the small town of Manor.

An Adivasi woman outside her colorful home.  I loved the tissue paper pendants hanging along the eaves of her porch.

A Muslim man in the market at Manor

A Hindu girl at the market. Even in this small town Hindus and Muslims live side by side.

A tailor shop in Manor

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3 Responses to “Colors and textures in the Maharashtra countryside”

  1. Divya@Soundhornplease October 25, 2010 at 3:25 am #

    What lovely images!

    • Ambika March 28, 2011 at 4:05 pm #

      Lovely images and a lovely blog! If only you had a “follow” button 🙂

      • Masti Design May 2, 2011 at 4:05 pm #

        I am working on it. Stay tuned!

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