This is a handmade gond painting that originates from the gond tribal community in central India. The recorded history of gond tribe goes back 1400 years. These paintings are a form of worship of nature. The tribals believed that viewing good images brings good luck and hence they painted their houses with these paintings. These paintings are mostly flamboyant and colourful depicting happiness and positivity. This painting is an expression of happiness and playfulness of spring season. The mother elephant has been shown playing with her offspring under a tree. The beauty of this painting is the simplicity with which it has been drawn, which is the trademark of gond tribal art. The differentiating style of gond painting is the imaginative use of fine lines, dots and dashes which imparts a sense of movement to the still images. The natural colours that have been used are derived from charcoal, coloured soil, plant sap and leaves.