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"I shall leave my dreams in their argent air,
For in a raiment of gold and blue
There shall move on the earth embodied and fair
The living truth of you..."

#A_Gods_Labour
#SriAurobindo
#MahaSamadhi

(Art: Unknown)
"Storm is the dance of the locks of the God assenting to greatness..

Veiled in events he lives and working disguised in the mortal
Builds our strength by pain, and an empire is born out of ruins..”

#Illion
#SriAurobindo
#VijayDiwas
#Bangladesh

(Art: Leslie Abraham)
"Yet all we dream and hope are memories treasured,
Are forecasts we misspell,
But of what life or scene he who has measured
The boundless heavens can tell.."

#Rebirth
#SriAurobindo
#WinterSolstice

(Art: KaalChakra, Konark Sun temple)
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Hanuman, Tamilnadu
Copper alloy, ~16th century CE
This is one of the best depiction of Hanuman, I've ever seen.
#HanumanJayanti
Ascetic's pectoral plaque with Hanuman as central figure
Note bell tied in tail. Seven hooded Naga flanked by peacocks form canopy over Hanuman. Outer ring is decorated with bead and reel pattern and lotus.
Very unique depiction indeed!
#HanumanJayanti
Interior wall at the grand palace, Thailand
Scene from "Ramakien" (Thai Ramayana): Hanuman enlarges his body to protect Rama's pavillon.

In SE Asian countries Hanuman is mostly depicted in his fierce and rather wrathful form.
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1) Tale of two Hanumans - 2 sets of tweets about interesting yet unknown legacy of Hinduism in 2 diff. parts of the world. #HanumanJayanti
2)Sun Wukong - Legendary monkey hero of Chinese legend whose character is directly inspired from Hanuman himself. #HanumanJayanti
3) One can get some idea of close resemblance between two from the fact that Just like Hanuman, Sun Wukong is also immortal & son of wind.
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Hinduism expansion in Asia, from its heartland in Indian Subcontinent, to the rest of Asia, started circa 1st century
Greater India was the historical extent of the culture of Hinduism & Buddhism beyond the Indian subcontinent.
Ruins of Ayutthaya Temple in Wat Cha Wattanaram, Ayutthaya Historical Park, Thailand which was named after Ayodhya.
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