My Jubilation
My Jubilation

MY JUBILATION the jubilant climax of his symphony and explore that vibes just behind victor, also his extended chest indicates his pride and who is triumphant has gained a victory or succeed.

My Jubilation
My Jubilation

MY JUBILATION the jubilant climax of his symphony and explore that vibes just behind victor, also his extended chest indicates his pride and who is triumphant has gained a victory or succeed.

My Jubilation
My Jubilation

MY JUBILATION the jubilant climax of his symphony and explore that vibes just behind victor, also his extended chest indicates his pride and who is triumphant has gained a victory or succeed.

My Jubilation
My Jubilation

MY JUBILATION the jubilant climax of his symphony and explore that vibes just behind victor, also his extended chest indicates his pride and who is triumphant has gained a victory or succeed.

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Moribund feeling
Moribund feeling

Moribund feeling symbolizes conscious vs unconscious life and being in a state of inactivity or obsolescence situation. Torso represents as a living life and base with pith, hollow and irregular shaped represents as a door heaven or hell. Twisted tension of body and attach with base represent being the state of dying and approaching through living and moribund thoughts.

Moribund feeling
Moribund feeling

Moribund feeling symbolizes conscious vs unconscious life and being in a state of inactivity or obsolescence situation. Torso represents as a living life and base with pith, hollow and irregular shaped represents as a door heaven or hell. Twisted tension of body and attach with base represent being the state of dying and approaching through living and moribund thoughts.

Moribund feeling
Moribund feeling

Moribund feeling symbolizes conscious vs unconscious life and being in a state of inactivity or obsolescence situation. Torso represents as a living life and base with pith, hollow and irregular shaped represents as a door heaven or hell. Twisted tension of body and attach with base represent being the state of dying and approaching through living and moribund thoughts.

Moribund feeling
Moribund feeling

Moribund feeling symbolizes conscious vs unconscious life and being in a state of inactivity or obsolescence situation. Torso represents as a living life and base with pith, hollow and irregular shaped represents as a door heaven or hell. Twisted tension of body and attach with base represent being the state of dying and approaching through living and moribund thoughts.

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Sack of Melancholy
Sack of Melancholy

SACK OF MELANCHOLY is inspired by story and child labor of Congo estimates 40,000 children are working in cobalt mines and they have been exploited enough. Holding bag on his solder symbolized diligent and desolation. Closing eyes indicates toward a melancholy mood. causing melancholy or sadness; saddening: a melancholy occasion.

Sack of Melancholy
Sack of Melancholy

SACK OF MELANCHOLY is inspired by story and child labor of Congo estimates 40,000 children are working in cobalt mines and they have been exploited enough. Holding bag on his solder symbolized diligent and desolation. Closing eyes indicates toward a melancholy mood. causing melancholy or sadness; saddening: a melancholy occasion.

Sack of Melancholy
Sack of Melancholy

SACK OF MELANCHOLY is inspired by story and child labor of Congo estimates 40,000 children are working in cobalt mines and they have been exploited enough. Holding bag on his solder symbolized diligent and desolation. Closing eyes indicates toward a melancholy mood. causing melancholy or sadness; saddening: a melancholy occasion.

Sack of Melancholy
Sack of Melancholy

SACK OF MELANCHOLY is inspired by story and child labor of Congo estimates 40,000 children are working in cobalt mines and they have been exploited enough. Holding bag on his solder symbolized diligent and desolation. Closing eyes indicates toward a melancholy mood. causing melancholy or sadness; saddening: a melancholy occasion.

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Color of my Life through Prism
Color of my Life through Prism

Sightless person who keep the strong desire to watch the beauty of nature, beautiful shining day with seven colors, only the one questions in his mind color of the colors. a solid geometric figure attached with him convey rainbow color.

Color of my Life through Prism
Color of my Life through Prism

Sightless person who keep the strong desire to watch the beauty of nature, beautiful shining day with seven colors, only the one questions in his mind color of the colors. a solid geometric figure attached with him convey rainbow color.

Color of my Life through Prism
Color of my Life through Prism

Sightless person who keep the strong desire to watch the beauty of nature, beautiful shining day with seven colors, only the one questions in his mind color of the colors. a solid geometric figure attached with him convey rainbow color.

Color of my Life through Prism
Color of my Life through Prism

Sightless person who keep the strong desire to watch the beauty of nature, beautiful shining day with seven colors, only the one questions in his mind color of the colors. a solid geometric figure attached with him convey rainbow color.

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Mindless
Mindless

Mindless
Mindless

Mindless
Mindless

Clay

Mindless
Mindless

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Cuddle
Cuddle

CUDDLE is the concept of the two objects/relation or can be community which shows the hug into the difficult situation, on the base the tilted half open door Symbolizes as an unpredictable situation of Human life

Cuddle
Cuddle

Cuddle
Cuddle

Cuddle
Cuddle

CUDDLE is the concept of the two objects/relation or can be community which shows the hug into the difficult situation, on the base the tilted half open door Symbolizes as an unpredictable situation of Human life

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Metalsmith
Metalsmith

Metalsmith
Metalsmith

Metalsmith
Metalsmith

Metalsmith
Metalsmith

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Ecorche
Ecorche

Leg Anatomy
Leg Anatomy

Ecorche
Ecorche

Ecorche
Ecorche

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Terrocatta
Terrocatta

Terrocatta
Terrocatta

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Gurkhas
Gurkhas

Gurkhas are closely associated with the khukuri, a forward-curving Nepali knife, and have a reputation for fearless military prowess. In times past, it was said that once a kukri was drawn in battle, it had to "taste blood" - if not, its owner had to cut himself before returning it to its sheath. the motto of the world-famous in Nepalese Gurkha soldiers is "Better to die than be a coward"

Gurkhas
Gurkhas

Gurkhas
Gurkhas

Gurkhas
Gurkhas

Gurkhas are closely associated with the khukuri, a forward-curving Nepali knife, and have a reputation for fearless military prowess. In times past, it was said that once a kukri was drawn in battle, it had to "taste blood" - if not, its owner had to cut himself before returning it to its sheath. the motto of the world-famous in Nepalese Gurkha soldiers is "Better to die than be a coward"

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Agony
Agony

AGONEY is the state that’s being in great trouble and struggled through those circumstance that makes progress or success difficult. Symbolizing distress implies an external and usually temporary cause of great physical or mental strain and stress, although his dream come true as a stronger and muscular man one day.

Agony
Agony

AGONEY is the state that’s being in great trouble and struggled through those circumstance that makes progress or success difficult. Symbolizing distress implies an external and usually temporary cause of great physical or mental strain and stress, although his dream come true as a stronger and muscular man one day.

Agony
Agony

5. AGONEY is the state that’s being in great trouble and struggled through those circumstance that makes progress or success difficult. Symbolizing distress implies an external and usually temporary cause of great physical or mental strain and stress, although his dream come true as a stronger and muscular man one day.

Agony
Agony

AGONEY is the state that’s being in great trouble and struggled through those circumstance that makes progress or success difficult. Symbolizing distress implies an external and usually temporary cause of great physical or mental strain and stress, although his dream come true as a stronger and muscular man one day.

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Entreaty of old man
Entreaty of old man

Entreaty of old man state that circumstances where he found himself alone, feeble and helpless. Arm towards forward symbolizes entreaty of succor and rangy body and half opened eyes represents suffering in poverty weak.

Entreaty of old man
Entreaty of old man

Entreaty of old man state that circumstances where he found himself alone, feeble and helpless. Arm towards forward symbolizes entreaty of succor and rangy body and half opened eyes represents suffering in poverty weak.

Entreaty of old man
Entreaty of old man

Entreaty of old man state that circumstances where he found himself alone, feeble and helpless. Arm towards forward symbolizes entreaty of succor and rangy body and half opened eyes represents suffering in poverty weak.

Entreaty of old man
Entreaty of old man

Entreaty of old man state that circumstances where he found himself alone, feeble and helpless. Arm towards forward symbolizes entreaty of succor and rangy body and half opened eyes represents suffering in poverty weak.

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Cuddle
Cuddle

3D Design CUDDLE is the concept of the two objects/relation or can be community which shows the hug into the difficult situation, on the base the tilted half open door Symbolizes as an unpredictable situation of Human life

Cuddle
Cuddle

3D Design CUDDLE is the concept of the two objects/relation or can be community which shows the hug into the difficult situation, on the base the tilted half open door Symbolizes as an unpredictable situation of Human life

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Transparency
Transparency

Transparency
Transparency

Transparency
Transparency

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Corn Plant
Corn Plant

Corn Plant
Corn Plant

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Trinity
Trinity

TRINTIY is Unity which mean being together or at one with someone or something. It's the opposite of being divided. This is a word for togetherness or oneness.

Trinity
Trinity

TRINTIY is Unity which mean being together or at one with someone or something. It's the opposite of being divided. This is a word for togetherness or oneness.

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Head of Gurkhas
Head of Gurkhas

Head of Gurkhas
Head of Gurkhas

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Sunder
Sunder

Terracotta

Sunder
Sunder

Terracotta

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Monk's Arousal
Monk's Arousal

Arousal can make feel as if aroused by intrusive thoughts when in fact the opposite is true of nature. these thoughts may not apply every person, while Monk consider controlled over arousal and transform into spiritual power. Red nose and ear indicates ways of physical sign of arousal.

Monk's Arousal
Monk's Arousal

Arousal can make feel as if aroused by intrusive thoughts when in fact the opposite is true of nature. these thoughts may not apply every person, while Monk consider controlled over arousal and transform into spiritual power. Red nose and ear indicates ways of physical sign of arousal.

Monk's Arousal
Monk's Arousal

Arousal can make feel as if aroused by intrusive thoughts when in fact the opposite is true of nature. these thoughts may not apply every person, while Monk consider controlled over arousal and transform into spiritual power. Red nose and ear indicates ways of physical sign of arousal.

Monk's Arousal
Monk's Arousal

Arousal can make feel as if aroused by intrusive thoughts when in fact the opposite is true of nature. these thoughts may not apply every person, while Monk consider controlled over arousal and transform into spiritual power. Red nose and ear indicates ways of physical sign of arousal.

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Fortitude
Fortitude

Fortitude defines the emotional power or reserves and the ability to withstand adversity, fortitude an admiring way for courage or “strength." Which is Also, Fortitude is the virtue of the martyrs, who are willing to give their lives rather than to renounce their faith.

Fortitude
Fortitude

Fortitude defines the emotional power or reserves and the ability to withstand adversity, fortitude an admiring way for courage or “strength." Which is Also, Fortitude is the virtue of the martyrs, who are willing to give their lives rather than to renounce their faith.

Fortitude
Fortitude

Fortitude defines the emotional power or reserves and the ability to withstand adversity, fortitude an admiring way for courage or “strength." Which is Also, Fortitude is the virtue of the martyrs, who are willing to give their lives rather than to renounce their faith.

Fortitude
Fortitude

Fortitude defines the emotional power or reserves and the ability to withstand adversity, fortitude an admiring way for courage or “strength." Which is Also, Fortitude is the virtue of the martyrs, who are willing to give their lives rather than to renounce their faith.

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My Despairing Dream
My Despairing Dream

Dreams of sad and hopeless, eventually there will not be the way to Escape

My Despairing Dream
My Despairing Dream

Dreams of sad and hopeless, eventually there will not be the way to Escape

My Despairing Dream
My Despairing Dream

Dreams of sad and hopeless, eventually there will not be the way to Escape

My Despairing Dream
My Despairing Dream

Dreams of sad and hopeless, eventually there will not be the way to Escape

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Tranquility
Tranquility

Tranquility symbolized clam and stoning energy, this is the state of being free from the agitation of our mind. the entire world around us may be turmoil, but if we want to peaceful within we can.

Tranquility
Tranquility

Tranquility
Tranquility

Tranquility symbolized clam and stoning energy, this is the state of being free from the agitation of our mind. the entire world around us may be turmoil, but if we want to peaceful within we can.

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Dominince
Dominince

Dominance
Dominance

Dominince
Dominince

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Taro
Taro

Taro is symbol of unstable, basically comparing my artworks to the human life, our human life is unpredictable in unstable situation.

Taro
Taro

Taro
Taro

Taro is symbol of unstable, basically comparing my artworks to the human life, our human life is unpredictable in unstable situation.

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Quake
Quake

3D Design

Quake
Quake

3D Design

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Ganesh
Ganesh

Ganesh
Ganesh

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Thwart
Thwart

Thwart
Thwart

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Gurkhas
Gurkhas

Gurkhas
Gurkhas

Gurkhas
Gurkhas

Gurkhas
Gurkhas

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The name "Gurkha" comes from the hill town of Gorkha from which originates from the hill principality Gorkha Kingdom, from which the Kingdom of Nepal expanded under Prithivi Narayan Shah who was the last ruler of the Gorkha Kingdom and claimed to be a Gorkhali. The Word behind of Gukhas is traced to the medieval Hindu warrior-saint Guru ‘Gorakhnath’ who has a historic shrine in Gorkha. The word itself derived from "Go-Raksha", "raksha" becoming "rakha". "Rakhawala" means "protector" and is derived from "Raksha" as well.

Gurkhas are closely associated with the khukuri, a forward-curving Nepali knife, and have a reputation for fearless military prowess. In times past, it was said that once a khukri was drawn in battle, it had to "taste blood" - if not, its owner had to cut himself before returning it to its sheath.

the motto of the world-famous Nepalese Gurkha soldiers is "Better to die than be a coward"

in 1815 During the Anglo-Nepalese War between the Gorkha Kingdom and the East India Company, the Gorkhali soldiers made an impression on the British, who called them Gurkhas. David Ochterlony and British political agent William Fraser were among the first to recognize the potential of Gurkha soldiers in British service. During the war, the British were keen to use defectors from the Gurkha army and employ them as irregular forces. His confidence in their loyalty was such that in April 1815 he proposed forming them into a battalion under Lt. Ross called the Nasiri regiment. This regiment, which later became the 1st King George’s Own Gurkha Rifles, saw action at the Malaun fort under the leadership of Lt. Lawtie, who reported to Ochterlony that he "had the greatest reason to be satisfied with their exertions".

About 5,000 men entered British service in 1815, most of whom were not just Gorkhalis but Kumaonis, Garhwalis, and other Himalayan hill men. These groups, eventually lumped together under the term Gurkha, became the backbone of British Indian forces.

As well as Ochterlony’s Gurkha battalions, Fraser and Lt. Frederick Young raised the Sirmoor battalion, later to become the 2nd King Edward VII's Own Gurkha Rifles; an additional battalion--the Kumaon--was also raised, eventually becoming the 3rd Queen Alexandra's Own Gurkha Rifles. None of these men fought in the second campaign.

Gurkhas served as troops under contract to the East India Company in the Pindaree War of 1817, in Bharatpur in 1826, and the First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars in 1846 and 1848.