Colors in gond social group art: an analysis of colours in gond paintings of madhya pradesh

Colors in gond social group art: an analysis of colours in gond paintings of madhya pradesh

Author: 
Anshu Singh Choudhary
Abstract: 

Fork-art forms have the good social mission of making cultural identity. The integrity of people and mobilization them to fulfill social challenges are a locality of this. In Madhya Pradesh - the guts of Republic of India lay the oldest found art heritage within the world. Gond social group paintings of Madhya Pradesh have gained worldwide recognition in recent years. The Gond tribe, one among the most important social group communities of central Republic of India resides in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Over the past decades it's been discovered that social group individuals are being assimilated with the remainder of the population and this method has been an eternal one. With the method of integration arise challenges of holding, protective and promoting the cultural components of the tribes which can face the threat of extinction. This paper tries to research the changes in Gond art caused by their gradual assimilation into thought arts, and therefore the future approaches to colours.

Paper No: 
554