Warli is a tribal art form from India, originally done by the people of the Warli tribe. Warli paintings have been a tradition that dates back to more than four thousand years. The Warlis use simple forms like circles (to depict the sun and the moon) and triangles (to depict mountains and trees) to produce these intricate works of art. These paintings are done as murals on cob walls using a rice flour paste, which is why the foreground is always white. In my case, I have tried to depict the union between this tradition and modern life. I have maintained the tradition by keeping the foreground white and added backgrounds of varied colors and textures to indicate modern times.