Warli painting is a tribal art and mostly practiced by Adivasi from North Sahyadri Range, Northern part of Thane and Palghar district that includes Dahanu, Talasari. I visited a Pada in Talasari of Palghar district, ‘Pada’ is a small village of a population less than 1000. Lifestyle of tribal in village is closely associated and dependent on nature. Five to six artists in that pada are practicing Warli art commercially. They used to send their artwork to Mumbai for sale as it is the only nearest city. A village is surrounded with rice fields and natural water bodies. In order to take benefit of these natural blessings to attract tourists to the village, a group of artists is planning to set an Warli art gallery in pada. Most of these artists have two or more source of income as income from paintings is not assured and not enough for living. Rice cultivation is main source of income for most of the villagers. Now youth in village is migrating to a city like Mumbai in search of jobs.