The Making of Jaunsari Culture Painting

Ayesha rana20-26 Feb, 2019

Evolve Foundation

Evolve Foundation
Dehradun, India

The initial phase of making the Jaunsari Culture Painting. The painting is a representation of Jaunsari culture. Jaunsari people celebrate Diwali by wearing colorful ethnic dresses and performing the Harul dance. Songs are sung by people with numerous musical instruments like Dhol, Ransinga, Tamtama, etc.


  • Title: The Making of Jaunsari Culture Painting
  • Creator: Ayesha rana
  • Date Created: 20-26 Feb, 2019
  • Location: Tauli Budh village, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India
  • Type: Wall Paintings
  • Medium: Wall Paints
  • Project: "Kahaani" is one of the world's first movement of curating stories and impacting lives by painting culture and history on the walls of villages. Through this first phase of the project, "Kahaani" focuses on reviving the vanishing folklore of the Jaunsar community. Artist from India and abroad painted the walls of houses and a school of Tauli Bhud village in Jaunsar.

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