The aboriginal tribal paintings of India - The Gond paintings is a freehand expression of the gond tribes of Mandala in Madhya Pradesh (a central Indian state). Painted freehand these two dimensional paintings reflect their perception of life. The third dimension, the depth is always lacking in these paintings reflecting the simplicity of the artist. The origin and starting time of this unique art is unknown but it is quite common to see it on every housewall of the Gondi village. They paint deities, pictures of nature or simply an event of a day to day. Similar to Australian aboriginal paintings. Colorful and descriptive this art has its own charm.