Earthen Painter (Dharti Ka Chitrakar) has not done traditional studies of painting, he calls himself an earthen painter. What he taught you through life struggles. Therefore, he has been able to portray the whole sadness, bitterness and fear of life in all honesty. His paintings have been exhibited three times in Nagpur, Central India. The title of nature was an adequate discussion of his nature. In this exhibition, he depicted the nature of human life in his empirical way. Gendlal has closely examined Indian folklore and folk art. Lokmat, Punyanagari, Sakal, Times of India, Loksatta, Hitvada, etc. have given priority to their pictures on the pages of newspapers. As such, they have a special attachment to the ancient timeless Ajanta style paintings, because the subjects of his paintings are connected with nature, such as animals, birds, soil, human life etc. He has used symbolic colours of life’s happy, hopeful, courage, joyful, purity, dignity, abundance, love. He has shown in his paintings the result of the experience of watching from childhood to the present, the premises of the everything around. Drawn from childhood, point, line-to-day has given a new look to the canvas and the colours of the past and present have been coated. The style of colours reminiscent of ancient historical art shows that Indian artisans feel proud and the result is reflected in the paintings. The colours used are red, blue, green and yellow especially associated with earth. Nature colours have been used in some of the paintings. By creating new paintings with yellow clay, white soil, cod dung, natural gum, green leaves and flowers etc.. We have made artistic shape in the paintings by reflecting the emotions of life in our life by connecting them with nature. His paintings reflect ancient Indian painting. Values such as the ancient arts are being revived. Reminds the conservation, promotion and preservation of the style of the pictures. As an Indian citizen, an Indian painter, Gendlal Warkade considers his duty and authority to honour Indian ancient art palace.