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These stamps on the subject of "Shekhawati and Warli paintings" were issued on June 20, 2012. The... more
Product information "Shekhawati and Warli paintings - stamps mint never hinged, catalog no. 2656-2657, India"
These stamps on the subject of "Shekhawati and Warli paintings" were issued on June 20, 2012. The stamps show 5.00 (R), Warli paintings. The Warli are an indigenous group of over 300,000 people in the Indian state of Maharashtra. You speak a mother tongue that does not exist in writing. Traditionally, the Warli paintings are applied to the walls of their huts on ceremonial occasions; 20.00 (R), Shekhawati paintings. Shekhawati paintings. Shekhawati is a peripheral desert zone in the north of Rajasthan. The paintings, mostly wall paintings, were very simple, very few colors were used and consisted of floral motifs. Catalog no. 2656-2657, mint never hinged.