Pakistan and Nepal culture

Michelle Valenzuela-Ortega

I picked the phatphat because it was made in World War 2.It was made by a bike enthusiast. It was made to seat four people.He went of the models of Harley Davidson Motorcycles.He called it the Phatphatiya.
I picked this art work for the following reasons.It was a scene in the Talism-e-Hoshruba. It was a early literary work on magical arts. It was painted by Ustad Allah Baksh. It was made in 1935.
I picked this picture that was made in 1984. It was made by Sardar Mohammad. It symbolizes beauty and love. The name of the art work is Pigeon Beauty.It was made in 1984.
I picked this picture that was made in 1960 because it showed a sad condition of a mom and a kid. It was made during the famine of 1960. The famine killed 3 million people.
I picked the picture of Noor Jehan because she made it during the 1965 war. She got popularity because of her songs that helped the solders fight against India. The picture was taken in the radio Pakistan studio.
I picked this Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara because of the following reasons. He was the Buddhist embodiment of compassion. He was portrayed as an elegant and gracious youth.It was from 1200 through 1769.
I picked the Dragon Lampstand for the following reasons. It was an example of decorative articles. It was exported to Europe. It was from 1875 through 1925.
I picked this portrait of the Malla King Bhupatindra and Malla Queen. I picked it because the king ruled in Bhaktapur. It was one of the three main cities of Nepal.From around 1696 through 1722.
I picked this image of a Goddess,Nepal for the following reasons.It shows a silver 18 armed Durga riding a lion. It was subduing the anthropomorphic form of the buffalo demon 'Mahishasura' with her left leg.
I picked this Buddhist Goddess Vasudhara for the following reasons. It was in the circa in the late 12th through the early 13th century. Right now you could find it in the Los Angeles County Museum Of Art.
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