The artisans were able to have enough wood from the land ; they planned to carve innumerable sculptors out of the wood they got; they thought of a huge animal found in the land to be sculpted out of the stuff they had got and thus a lot of wooden elephants were born out of the wood which they got; now those elephants fill up the courtyard of the artisans with a question of what the viewers would do with this much of wooden sculptors stuffed with skill and substance !? ( these artifacts are from the extensive showrooms of Srilanka’s craftsmanship)
The mother pushing the child in the moving cradle through the road amidst the woods in the Island beach kindles the thought on affection ,passion and hopes of life on the earth.
The market place in Victoria is vivid with its display of the selling stuff. Thus it catches attention of the dwellers in need of any items around.The care and artistry shown in distributing items are distinct as much as to sell anything and everything within a limited time of the market ! The sellers also show patience and pleasure to deal with the buyers who come across them !
Buds evolve from the green stems of the plants rich in tropical vigor .The deep green leaves thick and flat protect them till full bloom like the caressing hands of the mother nature.So, taking the juice of the care and affection of the nature, they grow like children who succumbs the essence of the mother from the very moment of the birth .
These GIANTS belong to Seychelles. They are quite friendly to people ,especially children.Probably they prefer to move together when the feeds are ready but simply remain alone at rest.They are the zoological landmark of the Islands and remains to be a great attraction of the tourists and children who come across the National Botanical Garden in the capital of the Islands.
The tender coconuts decorated with hibiscus in crimson are so delightful a sight that charms the visitors who come across the shore of Mahe Islands in Seychelles.When they are under the shades in the midday sun, among the thick leaves of the surrounding, they add beauty to the shore and comfort to the people around in a cool manner !
The tender ones fulfill the thirst of the mass regardless to the age and enable the sellers to have their livelihood.So they attract the needy by displaying these fruits with a taste of artistry and care…!
These are the specimens of contemporary water crafts from the East and the West, built in traditional outlooks. The houseboats from the backwaters of Kerala in India, used mainly for the tourist purposes, mechanized fishing boats from the coastal belts of the Arabian Sea are the currently available models of the boat designing in the East. Simultaneously we can see the Western counterparts of the sailing crafts and other varieties of boats in the ports of the Arabian Sea in the Western Coasts of India.