When people think about Art of the present day, people are likely thinking about the absurd kind of art that has been filling museums these past few decades. It is art that makes most of us wonder, “Who actually likes this?” or “How is this art?”
What did you choose to do with these choices at those pivotal moments?
We don’t even need the external world to awaken our senses; we can awaken from within.
The Chinese dragon is vastly different to the Western dragon. Which story is true or false? Hard to say. After all, we are talking about our imagination.
What is this flame that watches me? Why am I so enchanted in its presence? And what is it about light that gives it the strength to illuminate and enlighten; not just our homes but also our souls?
When I was growing up, my elders told me that if you look really closely, you will notice that the markings on the moon resemble a rabbit or a hare.
In shaded corners of sultry groves across Kerala, you can find stone deities coated in turmeric nestled at the foot of a tree. These shrines mark a sacred space known as the sarpa kavu or snake forests.
The Tiger is the third animal in the Chinese Zodiac and represents a time or place when yang masculine energy is awakening.
Once upon a time, there lived a prince by the name of Sang Nila Utama. He hailed from the Srivijayan Empire in Palembang on the island of Sumatra in Indonesia.
While we in modern cities have ‘upgraded’ to metal beasts of burden; the use of oxen for ploughing and transportation continues in agricultural communities.