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Thai Traditional Art Of Kinnaree In Himavanta By Silkscreen Printing On Cotton_1 For Sale
New art work namedKinnaree In Himavanta.
Handmade with a elephant design on
paper. Then remove the elephant design and then put into a cotton.
Size: Length 42 cm wide 29.7 cm
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InBuddhist mythologyandHindu mythology, akinnarais aparadigmaticlover, a and half-horse(India) or half-bird (south-east Asia). Their character is clarified in the Adi parva of theMahabharata, where they say:
We are everlasting lover and beloved. We never separate. We are eternally husband and wife; never do we become mother and father. No offspring is seen in our lap. We are lover and beloved ever-embracing. In between us we do not permit any third creature demanding affection. Our life is a life of perpetual pleasure.
They are also featured in a number of Buddhist texts, including theLotus Sutra. An ancient Indian string instrument is known as the KinnariVeena.
InSoutheast Asianmythology,Kinnaris, the female counterpart of Kinnaras, are depicted as half-bird, half-woman creatures. One of the many creatures that inhabit the mythicalHimavanta. Kinnaris have the head, torso, and arms of a woman and the wings, tail and feet of a swan. She is renowned for her dance, song and poetry, and is a traditional symbol of feminine beauty, grace and accomplishment.
The Kinnari, (usually spelt 'Kinnaree' as noted below) (Thai:กินรี) in Thai literature originates from India, but was modified to fit in with the Thai way of thinking. The Thai Kinnari is depicted as a young woman wearing an angel-like costume. The lower part of the body is similar to a bird, and should enable her to fly between the human and the mystical worlds.
The most famous Kinnari in Thailand is the figure known asManora(derived fromManohara), a heroine in one of the stories collected in "Pannas Jataka" aPalitome written by aChiangmaiBuddhist monk and sage around AD 1450-1470. This is supposed to be a collection of 50 stories of the past lives of theBuddha, known to Buddhists as theJataka. The specific tale about Manora the Kinnaree was called Sudhana Jataka, after Prince Sudhana, thebodhisattvawho was also the hero of the story and the husband of Manora.
It has been speculated that the stories of Manora/Manohara told in Southeast Asia might related to the stories of the Cowherd and the Celestial Weaver Girl, popular in China, Japan and Korea.
The story inspired a dance calledManorah Buchayan, which is one of the most esoteric among the high classical dances of Thailand, as well as the "Norah" dance of southern Thailand.
Thai Airways Internationalpublishes a monthly magazine with the titleKinnaree.
The male counterpart of the female Kinnari is a Kinnon (Thai:กินนร).
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