Bhil art is a form of indigenous folk art that is prevalent among the Bhil tribe, the second-largest tribal community in India. This tribe resides primarily in states such as Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Rajasthan.
Traditionally, Bhil art has been used to adorn the walls of the tribe's clay homes. The artists create beautiful images using natural dyes derived from turmeric, flour, vegetables, leaves, oil, neem sticks and other twigs. The images are characterized by large, un-lifelike shapes of everyday characters, filled in with earthy, yet vibrant colours. These are then overlaid with uniform dots in various patterns and colours that represent the Bhil artistic language.