These paintings are conspicuous for their elegance, charm, aesthetic and ritualistic association. In fact these signs are their literature and viewpoint. The clear meaning becomes ostensible when the ministers or the picture men interpret.
Following are the tools and raw materials used for the process of saura painting:
• Gondh: Glue which is extracted by the tree.
• Hammer: A metal object controlled on a wooden handle used to hammer a nail.
• Beading Wood: Half an inch long straps of wood used for boarders.
• Nail: A metal object used to join beading wood on a plywood.
• Plywood: Layer of multiple wood stuck together which is used for painting.
• Seashell Powder: Finley crushed seashell powder.
• Fevicol: A glue used to develop the paint used for painting.
• Butter Paper: It is used to make a cone which holds the paint.
• Scissors: It is used to cut the butter paper cone.
• Pencil: A stationary used to draw in the board.
• Scale: A stationary used to measure the area of frame.
• Compass: A stationary used to draw circular images.
• Coconut Shell: It is used as a container to store paints.
• Brushes: Flat and round which are used to paint the frame.
• Acrylic Paint: Stationary used as an art medium.
• Ground White Stone: Natural white stone powder.