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Hanuman flies carrying Ravana's soul container and golden bow (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman flies carrying Ravana's soul container and golden bow (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman flies back to Rama carrying Ravana's soul container, as depicted on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Moving horizontally through the air to the left, a grinning Hanuman dressed in Siamese royal clothes holds the small wooden cylinder with conical...
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Hanuman flies up to stop sun while potion is made (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman flies up to stop sun while potion is made (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman makes himself huge and flies up to stop the sun while a potion is made to save Laksman, as seen in a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. A two-faced and eight-armed Hanuman is flying out of the clouds to grab the outer rings of a gold, red, and green...
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Hanuman goes underground to kill demon (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman goes underground to kill demon (Thai Ramayana mural)
In a circular sequence on a mural detail at the Emerald Buddha Temple, the monkey god Hanuman goes underground to kill a demon he finds at Ravana's island of Lanka. The sequence of four images proceeds from the top right and moves clockwise to reach the top...
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Hanuman grips head of demon (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman grips head of demon (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman triumphantly grips the head of a demon, as seen on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Hanuman holds the hair of the demon's severed head in his right hand while gesturing upward with his left arm. Hanuman has just cut off the demon's head with his...
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Hanuman is rewarded
In The Ramayana, page 6.15
Late at night, Rama sits on an outdoor palace platform with his brother Laksman perching nearby to look over the scene. Hanuman kneels below Rama with clasped hands. The allied monkey kings sit at Hanuman's side inside a walled palace fence. The clothes and...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Hanuman knocking heads of Ravana's guards outside palace (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman knocking heads of Ravana's guards outside palace (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman is knocking together the heads of two of the demon king Ravana's palace guards on this mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Two other guards try to pull their comrades away from Hanuman's attack, while another flees and two more lay wounded or slain...
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Hanuman learns from a star that he is fighting his mermaid son (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman learns from a star that he is fighting his mermaid son (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman learns from a star that he is fighting his own son, as seen on a mural detail at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Hanuman, in his eight-armed form, looks up from battling a fish-tailed enemy to see a small gold twinkling star above him in the dark sky. As...
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Hanuman learns how to kill Ravana from his brother Bhibek (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman learns how to kill Ravana from his brother Bhibek (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman learns how to kill Ravana from his demon brother Bhibek, as depicted on a mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Within an elevated pavillion, adorned with gold leaf, Hanuman kneels at the feet of a crowned demon. The demon gestures forward with his extended...
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Hanuman learns Ravana's secret
In The Ramayana, page 6.4
Within an elevated pavillion, adorned with gold leaf, Hanuman kneels at the feet of a crowned demon. The demon gestures forward with his extended left arm, telling Hanuman how to proceed. Readers of the Harry Potter books will recognize a parallel plot device...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Hanuman looks for Sita in bedrooms of Ravana's palace (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman looks for Sita in bedrooms of Ravana's palace (Thai Ramayana mural)
Sequential mural images of Hanuman show him looking for Sita in different bedrooms of the demon Ravana's palace. The two adjacent images illustrate how framed space is used to indicate time lapses in Thai temple mural paintings. Hanuman, the white monkey god,...
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Hanuman looks for Sita in Ravana's bedroom (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman looks for Sita in Ravana's bedroom (Thai Ramayana mural)
After looking for Sita in many rooms of Ravana's palace, Hanuman reaches Ravana's bedroom in this scene painted at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Once again, Sita is not there. Ravana is sleeping with one of his own wives. Hanuman stands quietly behind the sleeping...
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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 mermaid son in battle (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman meets mermaid son in battle (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman faces his mermaid son in battle, as seen on a mural detail at the Emerald Buddha Temple. On the right side, Hanuman, in his wide-legged stance, holds a sword in his left hand while he points his right index finger at his enemy. A fish-tailed creature,...
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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.
Hanuman protects Rama's army in his mouth (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman protects Rama's army in his mouth (Thai Ramayana mural)
In a Ramayana mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple, Hanuman saves Rama's army from the attack of a demon by becoming huge and hiding them in his mouth. The demon on the left is shown with two faces and eight arms wielding a sword. Lying at the demon's feet,...
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Hanuman recognizes his son
In The Ramayana, page 5.13
Hanuman learns from a star that he is fighting his own son, as seen on a mural detail at the Emerald Buddha Temple. Hanuman, in his eight-armed form, looks up from battling a fish-tailed enemy to see a small gold twinkling star above him in the dark sky. As...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Hanuman rescues and carries unconscious Rama (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman rescues and carries unconscious Rama (Thai Ramayana mural)
Hanuman rescues and carries the unconscious Rama. This Emerald Buddha Temple mural image shows two sequential events painted within the same rocky outdoor landscape. At left, Hanuman finds Rama lying unconscious within a black wire cage. Hanuman balances on...
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Hanuman searches for herbal medicines
In The Ramayana, page 5.4
A giant white Hanuman scales a mountain about double his height to find medicinal herbs for Laksman. Hanuman's arms are stretched upward and he wears golden clothes and ornaments. Hanuman's smaller monkey troops follow behind him, running on the ground and...
By Lorraine Aragon.
Hanuman searches for Sita
In The Ramayana, page 3.5
Sequential images of Hanuman looking for Sita in the demon Ravana's palace are seen on a Ramayana mural at the Emerald Buddha Temple. The two adjacent images illustrate how framed space is used to indicate time lapses in Thai temple mural paintings. Hanuman,...
By Lorraine Aragon.