It is a Saura tribal painting depicting a day in an Indian tribal village. Various rows have been used to depict a range of activities. Human beings, painted in their simplest forms, are seen in close association with animals and plants. Trees with monkeys, Mothers with children, shepherds with animals, everyone is immaculately related in the great chain of beings.
A cart on wheels is used to make it to the weekly market place to sell the humble wares. The neighborhood peddler sells his molasses and water is carried back home in pitchers carefully balanced on head. Small simple people survive in small simple clay huts, just as naturally as the naughty monkeys inhabit the unsuspecting trees. A group of animals form the base row of the painting. They symbolize a world where human beings, animals, flora and fauna are integral parts of the entity called nature.