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Hindu art, unlike Buddhist art, shows the human figure curved, voluptuous and filled with potential motion. Parvati below is shaped and dressed (only in jewelry to emphasize her sexuality and a crown) like the Yakshi. Ganesha, the elephant-headed god in the center, is corpulent, the result of \\good living.\\ Vishnu on the right is portrayed with a fit, but soft body, and with four arms to show his many powers.
The Indian artist had an entirely different starting point. He considered that the perfect human animal was an inadequate symbol for the beauty of the divine nature which comprehended all human qualities and transcended them all. It was only by meditating on the Ultimate Perfection that the artistï¿½s mind could perceive some glimmer of the beauty of the Godhead. Mere bodily strength and mundane perfections of form are never glorified in Indian art. Indian art is essentially idealistic, mystic, symbolic, and transcendental. The artist is both priest and poet. In this respect Indian art is closely allied to the Gothic art of Europe ï¿½ indeed, Gothic art is only the Eastern consciousness manifesting itself in a Western environment. But while the Christian art of the Middle Ages is always emotional, rendering literally the pain of the mortification of the flesh, the bodily sufferings of the Man of Sorrows, Indian art appeals more to the imagination and strives to realize the spirituality and abstraction of a supra-terrestrial sphere.
From a four-ton elephant to tiny fly larvae, American Humane Association was on the set of “Water for Elephants” ensuring that every animal in the production was treated humanely and kept safe. American Humane Association awarded this 20th Century Fox film its highest rating, “Monitored: Outstanding - ‘No Animals Were Harmed’ ®.”
“It’s a big endorsement to get from the American Humane Association,” said lead actress Reese Witherspoon. “They’re very conscious of how the animals are treated. They’re on set every day, making sure the animals were provided safe facilities and safe transportation and that they can only work a certain amount of hours. They are just the happiest animals — you can tell!”
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://multivu.prnewswire.com/mnr/americanhumane/49834/
Giving the Cornopean stop of the organ at Glazebrook Methodist Church just outside Salford, Cheshire a workout with "Nellie the elephant"! The organ was originally built by "Pendlebury Organ Company". It is interesting in the fact that there is an enclosed choir division consisting of 3 stops playable on the Great.
We've all been there, you wake up next to someone who looks like the back end of an elephant with piles, you shudder with horror upon recalling the previous nights events...brrrr...you get up quietly to leave, slowly walk downstairs but...Argh!
The Royal Elephant Kraal & Village sitting 5 kilometers away from Ayutthaya’s Historical Park doesn’t only hold historical significance as the place the ancient kings used to watch wild elephants being captured for royal usage, but is also the ground to Elephant Stay, home and nursery to over 90 elephants where the beasts receive attentive love and care, as well as be carefully trained to be involved in tourism activities.
Enjoy a scenic two hour ride atop a graceful elephant that is driven by one of our experienced mahouts. Discover the most relaxing way to see the vivid forest, impressive three country views, the mighty Mekong River and our baby elephant camp. For guests who have not participated in the Mahout Experience, a comfortable saddle is provided.