Till now the propagation of Warli-art was from one generation to the next. It is a part of culture and events for tribes living in northern part of Thane and Palghar district, some parts of Nashik and Gujarat close to Maharashtra Gujarat border. These tribes mostly live in villages and Padas of these areas. They yet to have adequate education, healthcare and infrastructure facilities in these areas. These artist are practicing Warli as traditional art and they learnt it through practice from their childhood. Nowadays formal training in Warli art is available for interested tribal students, Creating wide range of Warli artists right from illiterate to graduated tribal students. Most of the artist’s have other source of income such as job in local industry or farming and in their free time they follow their passion for painting which helps them to have some extra income. Warli artist now identified the commercial potential of this art. Local artists are uniting under different local organizations to create new marketing platforms such as social media pages and websites to reach worldwide customers. Artists are also developing merchandise goods and other consumer products using Warli art.