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Artist: mahesh konsam
Uploaded: 08/31/07
Gallery: 3D Rendering
Subject: Historical/Patriotic
Media: Computer/Digital

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Kangla Sha
(Image 21 of 33) Copyright © mahesh konsam

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3DsMax,V-ray,Photoshop : The Dragon look in the picure is the State Emblem of Kangleipak (Manipur,now in India). It is called as Kangla Sha."Kangla" is a holy sacred place for the Meeteis and "Sha" refers to beast.It has a reflection of Sanamahism, Buddhism and Hinduism, created by wisemen of meeteis. Sanamahism was virgin religion before other religions spread through Kangleipak.Long ago when Britishers came, And when War started the British Officers gunned down putting gun powders into it's mouth.
      

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  Date / Time   Name / Comments
  01-Jun-12  
  09:47 AM  
Anonymous Guest IP: 182.71.163.102
  hi sir i am Johnny Meitei. This is amazing sir...I really like this art and the story make me feels like I have lost the most beautiful jewel of my land. Thank you very much for your contribution.
  08-Dec-10  
  09:30 PM  
Anonymous Guest IP: 117.254.236.114
  can u add more about the history of kangla sha..
  01-Dec-07  
  11:35 AM  
julie Marks
  The pairing of your narrative with the beautiful photograph is a wonderful marriage of the two. Your text is very informative and I love learning about new subject matter. Creative writing is an art form and when paired with art is part of the artistic package including the title. I am very inspired by Eastern philosphy and theology and want to thank you for sharing your knowledge of this fascinating subjects. I look forward to seeing more of your gallery.
  25-Nov-07  
  06:52 AM  
Stephanie Robertson
  Amazing! I like historical things, mythology and this is just too cool. Very nicely detailed. It slightly reminds me of the game Morrowind's style!
  25-Nov-07  
  06:02 AM  
Betty Mercey
  really like this very much! thx for the comment on my photos!
  18-Nov-07  
  01:11 AM  
Brooke Bowen
  Thanks for your comments. I always appreciate feedback. Very interesting work. The history that goes with it is interesting as well and sad.
  11-Nov-07  
  02:36 AM  
Federica Bentivoglio
  Absolutely a very interesting composition... Awesome!!
  18-Oct-07  
  07:25 PM  
Renata Cavanaugh
  Very interesting!....and you right sad! Excellent work Mahesh
  18-Oct-07  
  05:09 PM  
sheila stanley-powell
  fascinating piece of history. it's too bad that in times of war there is little or no respect for it and things of magnificent historic value are rampantly destroyed with no thought or concience for what they've done.
  16-Oct-07  
  08:41 AM  
Greg Dubois
  Its a lovely history, and I do love India and its people. The art is great I hope to see much more of your work soon.