During festivals or occasions such as harvesting or rituals such as weddings, the Warlis paint their walls. “Nowadays, these paintings are made on paper, usually green or brown, the colour of mud-walls with or without the cow-dung, usually with white paint. The dark background goes to enhance the effect of the white or cream that is painted on it. It can be black, brown, silver on navy blue, golden on dark hues of red or any other combination of light and dark that your imagination can stretch up to.” “The paintings are simple line drawings, mere outlines with little or no detailing. The human figures in a Warli painting are simple, yet stylish — easy even for a child to master,” many people believe that warli panting is an art which will never go out of fashion and it holds special fascination for children since it is very simple to paint and geometric.