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Sculpture Saturday


“Be the Son of the Wind,the epitome of devotion,the gaurdian of love,He is the calm,He is the storm,the heart that lays its faith in Him has no room for fear.He is omnipresent and invincible.HE IS HANUMAN”    from_heart

This statue is that of Lord Hanuman,the most celebrated and revered figure for the Hindus.He is also known by the name Anjaneya.

If you wish to know more about Lord Hanuman,here is the link  Hanuman

This post is part of  Mind over Memory   by Chasing Memory

Thank you my friend for the inspiration.

Thank you. Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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Terracotta is a type of clay, and when clay is subjected to high temperature, it becomes pottery otherwise known as ceramic.

In Italian Terracotta means ‘Baked Earth’

Terracotta is ceramic pottery.

Flower pots are made by baking terracotta clay. Terracotta colour is brown orange.

Terracotta is also used to make bricks and sculptures. Wonderpolis.org

The above Photograph of Terracotta is that of Lord Hanuman, one of the Hindu Gods and companion of Lord Rama.

If you are interested to know more about the very popular Hindu God Lord Hanuman, please check this link

12 Interesting Facts about Lord Hanuman

God VS Humans VS Terracotta clay

“God uses pressure, pain and difficulties to prepare us for greater things. Just like pressure is used to squeeze out oil from the olives, and pressure shapes diamonds, and fire refines gold.

Just as the potter uses heat to shape clay into the form and shape, He wants it to be, God does same with us, to bring out our inner treasures and to make us use our potentials to the fullest.

God is not sending you difficult situations to hurt you; He is doing so to strengthen you; make you grow and to prepare you for your Destiny and Greatness.”

Jeanette Coron

This post is in response to Maria’s

Citisonnet Blog  June month – Photo a day challenge day 3-terracotta

Thank you, Maria, for the inspiration.

Thank you. Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philosophy Through Photography

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