1. Clay and dried donkey dung powder is mixed together in almost equal proportions to make a thin slurry. This slurry is applied as the base of the artwork.
2. To the slurry further the artisans add clay and donkey dung powder to get a dough like consistency.
3. This dough is then used to make balls and cylindrical stripes of various sizes. These balls and strips are made either by rolling the dough on the floor or between the palms.
4. The stripes and balls prepared are pasted to make various shapes and pattern on the surface. Mirrors are stuck onto the mural for further embellishments with the help of the adhesive. Once the designs are made on the surface and is partially dried a coat of white clay, which is locally available is applied on it.
Tools and Materials:
Clay, Powdered donkey dung, Adhesives, White Clay, Water, Mirror.