Dragon

    Dragon Painting (龙 long) : In Chinese culture, the dragon is a legendary mythological symbol dates back to 3000 BC and stands for power, noble, immortality, procreation, fertility and success. Dragons were believed to ward off evil spirits, as you can see the Emperor alone had nine of them on his brocade. Dragon is a beneficent and auspicious creature and is worshiped as the divine ruler of Lakes, Rivers and Seas. It is the powerful yet gentle "Long" that brings rain to the earth, hastens the crops and cools the toiling framer. Chinese dragon paintings have some of auspicious and Fengshui Meanings: Two dragons with a fire ball stands for auspiciousness and happiness. Dragons surrounded with auspicious clouds stands for promising future and good luck. Painting of Rolling Dragon: In Ming and Qing dynasties of China, this pattern often used for the architectural decoration of the Palace or the Royal gardens. Rolling dragon is a symbol of power, dignity and honor. It also the meaning of getting rid of calamity and bringing good fortune.

     

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