A Scarecrow: Painting of a hay-man in a wheat field
Rabi, Arabic word for ‘Spring’, crops are spring harvest in Indian subcontinent. They are grown between the months of mid November to April. Crows can be a troublesome lot for farmers as they eat the seed/seedlings. Farmers often use ScareCrow or hay-man, usually dressed in old clothes and placed in fields to make afraid crows or other birds and protect seeds or growing crops. Painting is a simple representation of one such ScareCrow placed in a wheat field.
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|Abhivyakti is a final year student, Bachelor of Fine Arts degree program at Banaras Hindu Univeristy. Born to an artist, she is second generation painter following the footsteps of her father.|