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Javanese crown, detail. The dress and ornaments are those of a heavenly being.
'Bhavagad Gita' in Javanese male alus style, Bhaktivedanta Manor, London.  'Never was there a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor all these kings; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be.'
Chinese Classical Dance, based on the art, figurines, and literature from the Han and T'ang Dynasties, in the tradition of the 'Pear Garden Troupe' 
From a poem by Tu Mu:  'Silvery autumn candlelight chills the painted screen.  A little fan of light silk flaps the streaming fireflies. Cool as water, the night sheen of the steps into the sky; She watches the Weaver Girl meet the Herdboy Star.'
Classical Korean Court Dance,  'The Nightingale'          
Kannons, inspired by art from the Japanese Buddhist figures of the Heian Period. This deity, known as Kwan-Yin in China, represents the virtue of compassion.
Asana and mudra, depicting Tibetan Buddhist deities and sages found in sculptures and sacred tankas

The Peaceful and Wrathful Dakinis of Tibetan religious art

 

The winged goddesses Isis and Ma'at of ancient Egypt
Back to the unreal world
Dance Sisters

"Now to the measure of the drums we have finished our rites; 

From dancer to dancer the flower spray has been handed. 

In spring the orchid, in autumn the chrysanthemum; 

So shall it be forever, without break."

 

 

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