Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during the G7 Summit in Japan and his visit to Australia, showcased his commitment to promoting Indian tribal art & culture on a global scale. Here’s a look at the diverse array of presents Modi presented to leaders from various countries.

Australia – Dokra art

Dokra, an ancient Indian art form also known as Dokra art, stands as a testament to India’s rich cultural history.

Brazil – Dokra art

The dancing girl artifact discovered during Mohenjo-Daro & Harappan excavations represents an early manifestation of this timeless ancient art form.

Cook Islands – Dokra art

Dokra art commonly features depictions of Hindu deities, divine figures, & various animals, weaving together the vibrant themes of this unique artistic tradition.

Tonga – Dokra art

Artisans from Chattisgarh craft this distinctive art piece, showcasing their expertise in the creation of Dokra art.

Canada – Gond paintings

Gond paintings hold a special place as one of the most revered & admired expressions of indigenous creativity.

Tuvalu – Gond paintings

The word ‘Gond’ comes from the expression ‘Kond’ which means ‘green mountain’.

Niue – Pithora

Pithora, a sacred tribal folk art, is crafted by the skilled Rathwa artisans hailing from Chhota Udaipur in Gujarat.

Comoros – Warli paintings

Comoros – Warli paintings The vibrant expression of the convergence between earth and sky is vividly depicted in Warli paintings, originating from Chhota Udaipur region of Gujarat.