This Saura art in black and white on tussar silk, shows a typical village scene of the Saura tribe, with repetitive motifs of monkeys, elephants, horses. Men and women are shown playing drums and dancing to celebrate the joy that the life is. This painting also shows how men and women go about their daily chores. Design represents these train of motifs within a house shaped segment as well as in concentric circles. Saura paintings are a style of wall mural arts associated with Saura tribes of current day Odisha state. The essence of any Saura painting revolves around the tribal life, snapshots of a day in their life, their customs and the village. These paintings in the tribe have a ritualistic importance and hence is part of everyone's life. Traditionally the wall is painted with red ochre base and bamboo brushes are used to paint the murals. These wall paintings are called as Ikons and are worshipped during important life events like child birth, marriage, harvest etc. While Saura art seems visually related to Warli paintings they differ in their style and subject.