Sai prasshant Paladugu
Contemporary Art, Expressionism, Impressionism
30" X 20"
Certificate of authenticity
The Banjaras are accepted to have begun from the Marwar area of Rajasthan. The word Banjara is said to be gotten from the Sanskrit word vana chara (drifters in wilderness). The word Lambani or Lamani is gotten from the Sanskrit word lavana (salt), which was the essential item they transported over the country. Banjaras were generally steers and salt merchants. They likewise exchanged grain and were known for long-separate product transport before the appearance of the railroads. Amid British standard Banjaras were compelled to surrender their conventional occupations. This prompted some of them settling down as agriculturists close mountains and uneven districts, while others were crashed into woodlands.
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