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Tribal Art Range
The women of the farming communities of Santhal people maintain a vibrant tradition of mural painting practiced as a ritual art form known as Sohrai. Sohrai is the art of harvest festival in Autumn. using red, black, yellow and white earth. Large images are painted with twigs or sticks on the walls, mostly bulls, horse with riders, wild animals, trees, peacock and horned deities. Sohrai paintings are considered to be good luck paintings.
This form of painting is practiced in Dumka district of the state. Artists make the painted narrative scrolls called “Jado” or "Jadopatia" for the Santhals of Dumka, depicting the Santhal creation myth, the tiger god and scenes ffrom the afterlife. Originally drawn from natural ink and colours, these paintings are believed to have magical and healing properties. They are used as visual aids by the story tellers.
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YOJANA, A Development Monthly - August 2011 Issue