Pithora Paintings are one of the old traditional artworks of India. These paintings were made to worship the deity Baba Pithora. Various lores surrounding Baba Pithora are described in the paintings. We can identify these paintings by their signature mascots like horses, sun, moon, birds, animals, trees, etc. In the 11th century, these paintings were used to describe maps by traders to keep their routes safe and secret from common people. Nowadays, we can see a different evolved version of these paintings on the walls of some local buildings, like schools and hospitals in central India.