Skip to main content

Four Harmonious Brothers Reach The Fruit Of The Tree Thangka Tibetan Thangka Painting

The four siblings are in amicability as they cross the Himalayan lower regions in this flawlessly hued thangka. Sufficient verdure coats the various slopes spotting the scene. Dark blue waters, teem with life and movement, accentuate the equivalent. A portion of the taller slopes are secured with snow, their cloud-kissed crests painted with an expertise endemic to Tibetan and Nepalese thangka paintings . In the inside are the four siblings, each organized over the other as far as status (partridge over the rabbit, over the monkey, over the elephant). A common theme in Buddhist-motivated visual expressions, this course of action passes on the significance in Buddhist custom of regarding age above respectability or enormity or learning. 

Four Harmonious Brothers Reach The Fruit Of The Tree

Everything began when the siblings dropped out with one another, and in a condition of common strife swung to talking about the age of the banyan tree (which has been painted in front of the siblings toward the path they are taking). While the elephant recollects that it as a bramble from his adolescence, the monkey recalls that it as a unimportant bush and the rabbit as a leafless sapling. Be that as it may, the partridge had conveyed its very seed in his body and planted it there, so he is the one sits over the remainder of his siblings. This is the Tittira Jataka story that the Buddha had described to show his teaches that age comes above everything else. Indeed, it is this game plan that empowers the partridge to go after the product of the banyan tree to impart to his siblings.


Popular posts from this blog

The revival of the traditional handloom sari

Rich texture, elegant design and an innate lustre are the perfect phrases to define handloom clothes. Extremely comfortable to wear, handloom textiles include saris, sarongs, dhotis, kurtas, shirts, etc., for both the genders. Thanks to market support, advancement of online retailers and government help, the handloom industry has grown by leaps and bounds. With orders and demands for handloom textiles coming in from all quarters of the globe, the industry is slated to develop to epic proportions.

South East Asia has a craze for handloom materials. Home grown silk and cotton textures are said to be of the best quality in the world. Loom machinery is bought; labour force is trained to be skilled to operate it, and unique fabrics are woven out of it. Most handloom saris and sarongs are woven by family owned looms in rural areas. They are seasoned veterans when it comes to weaving, as each family or community has been in the business for generations.
The best saris, whether in cotton or sil…

The Power of the Tridevi

The Tridevi hold great significance in the Indian Mythology. Goddess Laxmi, Saraswati and Parvati are often associated with their consorts Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva. Together the consorts are also known as the Trimurti. Without the Tridevi, the Trimurti are not complete. Brahma needs Sarswati’s knowledge for creation, Vishnu needs Laxmi’s grace, beauty and wealth to preserve and Shiv needs goddess Parvati for power.
The goddesses are represented together standing on a rich mythological significance lotus representing purity, fearlessness and love. Each goddess is crowned and wears a bindi on the forehead. Together they constitute the Tridevi and are considered as powerful as their counterparts.
Laxmi is the goddess of prosperity, spiritual & material wealth as well as embodiment of beauty, grace and charm. She represents calmness, wealth and good luck. She stands on a full bloomed lotus and holds a lotus bud in her hand. Her four hands represent dharma, karma, artha and moksha.