Friday, May 29, 2009

The Great Indian Mask

This Photogrph Is Taken From Jaislmer -Rajasthan.This Is The Indian Monster Mask In Hindi "Mukhota".This Is Put On The Terrace In Front Just To Protect The Houses From Evil Power's.Indian's Believe That This Mask Saves Them And Gives Them The Desired Prosperity And Peace.Also On Every Eclipse They Are Worshipped And It Is Also Said That They Give Power To The Family.Well Amazing But True...

35 comments:

Carver said...

That's a fabulous mask.

Ayie said...

Very colorful mask, so ferocious looking.

Prospero said...

What great color. What hair!

Rajesh said...

Looks really ferocious.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Thanks Carver,Ayie,Prospero And Rajesh For Your lovely Comments !!

2sweetnsaxy said...

Very interesting mask. Thanks for providing the information about it.

Also, thanks for the visit and comment on my blog. :-)

RuneE said...

I have a feeling it might work - it frightens me!

joo said...

It might work - looks frightening but I love it!

Diane C. said...

Fascinating post, I love the colors of the mask!

Tinsie said...

Looks scary!!!

Wendy said...

This is really beautiful workmanship. It would scare my kids to death though!

Reader Wil said...

That's a very beautiful mask! Thanks for showing. Thanks for your visit to my blog!

Janie said...

It is pretty scary looking. Interesting to know the tradition that goes with it.

Wolynski said...

Wonderful photos. I liked the bus pictures - wow, not very comfortable way to travel.

MyMaracas said...

I have just discovered your blog, and it is fascinating. You are right about outsiders never seeing such amazing things. Thank you for sharing your adventures and photos!

Thanks too for visiting my blog.

chrome3d said...

I would lose my evil ways if I had to look at that all the time.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Dear
Sweetandsaxy,RunEWendy,Joo,Diance C,Tinsie,Readerwi,Janie,wolynski,mymaracas and chrome3d,Thanks For You Lovely Comments..

valeria said...

This blog is so interesting!
Fantastic mask! So everyone has one?

Hazel said...

I'd love to have that 'power to the family' bit.

Thanks for visiting my blog. Yours is very interesting. I love the photos. India is actually on my travel list; hopefully in the not-too distant future.

A good day to you.

immersion said...

Nice teeth . . . good enough to chomp!

Babli said...

Thanks a lot for your comment.You are welcome in my other blogs too.Now I have become your 20th follower.
I liked your blog very much.Its very nice.Oh! very colourful mask.I love Rajasthan as I have stayed there for about 2 years in Jaipur.

Kcalpesh said...

Great Colors. Nicely done. That's something I'd really never seen before!!!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Valeria : No Valria,Not All But Most Of The People Have This.

Hazel:Thanks For Your Lovely Comments!! If You are Planning To Rajasthan Then Do Visit My Website www.unseenrajasthan.com For Details On Tour And Destinations.

Immerssion:Thanks For Your Commments

Babli:Definitely I Would Be In Touch With Your Blog As It Is Fantastic And Nice.

Kcalpesh:Thanks For Your Comments.

Freddy said...

thank you for your visit and comments!!excellent your photography from your country!!i want to see more,i want to know more about your culture!!! best regards from Romania-Europe!!!

Cezar and Léia said...

wow!
This mask is outstanding! Fabulous colours!Well done!
Léia

Ken Mac said...

practically leaps off the screen

Jacob said...

Fascinating! I guess the idea is to create a monster to scare away other monsters?

Powerful mojo if you believe it.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this is a wonderful mask. great detail and color and such expression

Sniffles and Smiles said...

You have a very interesting, and well-crafted blog! Thanks so much for visiting mine! It's nice to meet you! ~Janine

altadenahiker said...

Send me that mask asap. Emergency.

cieldequimper said...

Thank you for your comments. Your photos are extremely interesting!

Tiago Ralha said...

The colors are amazing!!!

foongpc said...

So fierce looking - no wonder can scare off any kind of evil beings or powers! : )

~Christina~ said...

Really nice photography on your blog. Great work. I really enjoy seeing photographs from parts of the world I will never get to see.
I look forward to following your blog.

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