What a pretty elephant!
beautiful..love the details!
My wish has always been to ride once on such a beautiful elephant !
indeed rendered me speechless! superb sculpting!
That is extraordinarily lovely! Beautifully captured!My WW contribution is up...nowhere near as stunning as yours, mind you!
Beautiful statue :)
What a fantastic piece of art!!! I have to ask, what's the material? Hard to tell, at least for me.Happy WW day! My post is here
That's beautiful. Is it ivory?
Great - elephants have a special place in Khmer society. Members of the royal family ride in especially-selected elephants (in Thailand the white elephants are chosen). I am sure it's like that in India, too.
I'll bet the palace was beautiful. Such an interesting photo. Thank you for sharing.
Beautiful elephant!Were you allowed to sit on it? I feel it's just begging to be taken for a ride.
WHat an a stunning piece of sculputre. The only thing that might come close in London is the big Hindu temple in Neasden. It is amazing. Happy WW
What a beautiful figure!
Such a clever post in deed. Good statue
To Ms. IndraniYou are heartily welcome to my blogs. I would be visiting your blogspace regularly, as it has interested me.You have put up neat and fine photos of Rajasthan.Naval Langahttp://mughalminiatures.blogspot.com/
Very pretty! I didn't think it was possible to make an elephant look delicate!
Beautiful sculpture! It looks like Ivory...I guess it's not tho!
Beautiful shot!Happy WW!! :)
Hi Indrani, this is a nice elephant and a nice picture.Happy WW! Thank you for checking on my Christmas tree and for your nice comment...
That stone is a beautiful colour. Like Cotswold stone.
A cute one !
It's a lovely sculpture. My mom is fond of elephants.
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