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16.000 x 24.000 inches
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Painting - Oil On Canvas
The exact origin of kiting is unknown to world, but it is believed that kites were flown in China two thousand years ago.
Every country has its own style and purpose of flying kite, in India kiting is a part of a great social festival. People everywhere fly kites from the terrace of their houses; thousands of kites can be seen flying in the sky at a time. In India, kiting was famous right from the Mogul period.
In Japan, kites were flown to keep evil spirits away and where believed that they bring good luck in production of grain.
Reasons behind kite culture:
Fly high against the wind: When circumstances are against, the general trend is to lose hope and surrender. This is when one should take inspiration from these kites. Sky is never the limit for those who have the will and determination to be successful.
Be Connected : A kite beautifully demonstrates the value of basics. One may rise too high in career but the moment connection with the basics of character, attitude and discipline.
The kite string is one of the most essential elements in its flying phenomenon.
Kite Reel and Winder: The reel symbolizes family and winder the values. Go out in the professional world, achieve your targets and when it is dusk, come back home.
Teamwork: One cannot fly a kite in isolation; it takes two to fly a kite. Teamwork is essential.
Life is an act of balance: What do you do when the kite does not take off? First try to adjust the balances? Isn't it? A kite is as good as the balance & symmetry it maintains. No matter how beautiful the kite is, if you fail to balance the fitting spars or the string, it won't fly well enough.
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February 14th, 2013
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