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Giant Hanuman uses his tail as bridge for Rama's army (Thai Ramayana mural)
Giant Hanuman uses his tail as bridge for Rama's army (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman uses his tail as a bridge for Rama's army, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. On the way to Lanka to rescue Sita, Rama's army cannot cross a wide river. Hanuman, who is able to change his form, enlarges himself enough that his tail can...
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God mediates dispute between Rama and Ravana (Thai Ramayana mural)
God mediates dispute between Rama and Ravana (Thai Ramayana mural)
The God of Justice, Maleevaraj, mediates between Rama and Ravana, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. After years of incessant fighting, Rama and Ravana's dispute over Sita is brought before a divine judge as a legal case. Maleevaraj the Just...
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Hanuman makes a bridge
In The Ramayana, page 4.7
In this image, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple, a huge Hanuman lies crouched on his stomach on the bluff at right with his tail extended and wrapped around rocks on the bluff at left. Hanuman's open-mouthed face looks back over his right shoulder...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Hanuman meets Rama
In The Ramayana, page 3.2
The monkey god Hanuman climbing in a tree recognizes Rama and Laksman resting below, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. In this scene, Hanuman looks just like a small white monkey, wearing a loincloth and no crown. Rama and Laksman wear golden...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Hanuman protects Rama and Laksman
In The Ramayana, page 4.17
Hanuman enlarges himself to cover a pavillion to protect Rama, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. In this image, Hanuman's huge head and paws encompass the Siamese style pavillion where Rama, Laksman, and their guards are sleeping. The columns,...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Hermit tells Rama story of Sita and sons, now united at palace (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hermit tells Rama story of Sita and sons, now united at palace (Thai Ramayana mural)
A mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple shows the hermit telling Rama the story of Sita and her sons, now united at the palace. On the left of this happy reunion scene, the hermit sits cross-legged in a royal pavillion gesturing as he tells Rama and Laksman how...
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Indian painting of Rama learning from hermit in the forest
Indian painting of Rama learning from hermit in the forest
This Indian painting shows Rama being educated by a hermit in the forest. The figures shown in the painting are dressed in red clothes, and the background color is a bright golden yellow. Three women, perhaps the hermit's wives, sit and work to the left of...
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Laksman cuts out heart of a slain deer (Thai Ramayana mural)
Laksman cuts out heart of a slain deer (Thai Ramayana mural)
Laksman cuts out the heart of a deer, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Rama's brother Laksman, wearing golden Siamese royal clothes and crown, kneels beside a dead doe. The deer lies on her side, her back arched, her ears flopped on the ground....
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Laksman is wounded
In The Ramayana, page 5.2
In this scene, the mortally wounded Laksman lies on his side near boulders in the forest. Rama sits close beside him while the monkey kings and courtiers gather in front of them in a semi-circle. The poison spear now rests on the ground as it has been pulled...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Laksman kills a deer to fool Rama
In The Ramayana, page 7.5
Laksman cuts out the heart of a deer, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Wearing golden Siamese royal clothes and crown, kneels beside a dead doe. The deer lies on her side, her back arched, her ears flopped on the ground. In his right hand,...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Laksman, Rama, and Sita sit in forest (Thai Ramayana mural)
Laksman, Rama, and Sita sit in forest (Thai Ramayana mural)
This detail on a painted mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple depicts Laksman, Rama, and Sita sitting on a rock deep in the forest during their fourteen year exile. A fourth individual with dark skin, a white turban, and a loin cloth, probably a forest hermit,...
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Monkey god Hanuman in tree approaches Rama and Laksman (Thai Ramayana mural)
Monkey god Hanuman in tree approaches Rama and Laksman (Thai Ramayana mural)
The monkey god Hanuman climbing in a tree recognizes Rama and Laksman resting below, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. The green-skinned Rama is lying dejected, propped up on one elbow below the tree. He is still grief-stricken from the kidnapping...
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Monkey soldiers gather around wounded Laksman in forest (Thai Ramayana mural)
Monkey soldiers gather around wounded Laksman in forest (Thai Ramayana mural)
Monkey allies gather around Rama and the wounded Laksman, as seen in a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. In this scene, the mortally wounded Laksman lies on his side near boulders in the forest. Rama sits close beside him while the monkey kings and courtiers...
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Paws and head of giant Hanuman cover pavillion to protect Rama (Thai Ramayana mural)
Paws and head of giant Hanuman cover pavillion to protect Rama (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman enlarges himself to cover a pavillion to protect Rama, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. In this image, Hanuman's huge head and paws encompass the Siamese style pavillion where Rama, Laksman, and their guards are sleeping. The columns,...
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A procession
In The Ramayana, page 2.2
A mural painting at the Emerald Buddha Temple shows Rama, his wife Sita, and his brother Laksman as they are leaving with a procession to go to the forest. Laksman appears on the left, Sita in the sedan chair in the middle, and Rama with his characteristic...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Rama and Laksman find fake dead Sita (Thai Ramayana mural)
Rama and Laksman find fake dead Sita (Thai Ramayana mural)
In a mural detail at the Emerald Buddha Temple, Rama and Laksman find what they believe is the dead corpse of Princess Sita. In reality, the demon Ravana's niece has transformed herself into a perfect likeness of Sita and floated downstream to Rama to trick...
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Rama and Laksman find the dead Sita
In The Ramayana, page 4.4
In this mural detail at the Emerald Buddha Temple, Rama (with green skin), his younger brother Laksman, and Ravana's niece posing as the dead Sita all are are wearing royal Siamese clothes and tall pointed crowns painted with gold leaf paint. The fake Sita's...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Rama grieves as Laksman lies wounded by poisoned spear (Thai Ramayana mural)
Rama grieves as Laksman lies wounded by poisoned spear (Thai Ramayana mural)
Rama's brother Laksman lies wounded by a poisoned spear, as seen in a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Dressed in royal Siamese clothes and crown, Laksman lies on his side upon a golden mat, propped up on his right elbow. Ravana's poisoned spear sticks...
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Rama learns that Sita is alive
In The Ramayana, page 7.12
The story of Sita's son is told to Rama at the palace, as portrayed in a mural detail at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Rama sits elevated on his palace veranda listening to Laksman and his other courtiers tell the story of how they only pretended to kill the...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Rama, Sita and Laksman leave for forest (Thai Ramayana mural)
Rama, Sita and Laksman leave for forest  (Thai Ramayana mural)
A mural painting at the Emerald Buddha Temple shows Rama, his wife Sita, and his brother Laksman as they are leaving with a procession to go to the forest. Laksman appears on the left, Sita in the sedan chair in the middle, and Rama with his characteristic...
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