An Indian Civilizational Perspective

A Deer when Hungry and Fed: from the eyes of Prehistoric Man!

Kamat’s potpurri has an interesting set of illustration based on cave paintings of a hungry deer and one who has just had its lunch: grass!

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Animal Motif
Illustration based on cave shelter painting, perhaps the hole in the stomach indicates hunger.

The next one shows grass in his stomach.. which probably means he just had some food!

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4 Comments
  1. V. Kamat says

    There is another rather intersting picture that shows contents of stomach..
    http://www.kamat.org/picture.a

    different people interpret it differently..

  2. V. Kamat says

    There is another rather intersting picture that shows contents of stomach..
    http://www.kamat.org/picture.asp?Name=7099.jpg

    different people interpret it differently..

  3. Desh says

    Thanks sir! It is indeed an interesting picture… for the readers here is the picture below.. like it is said on that page.. there are many who question the motivation behind the drawing of elephant in a deer’s stomach!

    <img border=”0″ src=”http://www.kamat.com/kalranga/rockpain/7099.jpg” title=””>

    K.L.Kamat/kamat.com

  4. Desh says

    Thanks sir! It is indeed an interesting picture… for the readers here is the picture below.. like it is said on that page.. there are many who question the motivation behind the drawing of elephant in a deer’s stomach!

    K.L.Kamat/kamat.com

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