Through this project I discovered so many myths about our heavily rich and richly varied culture of craftsmanship. It was very delightful to read all sorts of myths and then analyse them. As far as the illustrations are concerned, I really enjoyed exploring them digitally although it would make more sense to create them by hand given the time duration, the digital method seemed appropriate. Following is a much more detailed conclusion:
1. By encircling the common points in the above analysis, we can say tribal myths support the power of observation, the intervention of gods and combination of both to be the main reasons for a craft to take birth.
2. The presence of a creature - magical or not shows the strong influence and appreciation of wildlife in the people’s lives. The mention of the creatures suggests that these animals are present in the regions the myths belong to.
3. The North-Eastern tribal myths do not have the presence of common Hindu gods. However, the tribal myths of Madhya Pradesh mostly revolve around Lord Shiva, a common Hindu deity.
4. The element of gratitude is present in all the tales. None of the myths covered here, boastfully credit the Human mind and consciousness for the creation of the craft. It is indeed very humbling.