[Size] 60 x 90 x 1.2 cm 【Material】100% pure wool 【Cleaning method】 1. Please hand wash in cold water to be more friendly to embroidery, and can accept machine dehydration. 2. When drying, please put it in a dark place, avoid direct sunlight. ========================= This alphabet tapestry perfectly presents the colorfulness and disorder of the "national zoo" in India, and it also feels the respect of the Indians for every life. Don't underestimate this design. The pattern of each letter is very meticulous. It takes more time and concentration to knit to achieve the symmetry of the font and the presentation of the animal body. Therefore, this alphabet tapestry is more troublesome than other blankets of the same type. What is really valuable is the time and ingenuity invested by the weavers! https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/51007243_814877162224094_66076886437986304_o-1024x681.jpg I still remember the first time I took the bus when I first arrived in India, the car suddenly stopped in the middle of the main road. The driver honked his horn frantically and turned his head angrily at the palm of the car (many buses in India have a palm responsible for collecting the fare). At that time, I was curious, the probe wanted to see what happened? I only saw a few cows lying in the middle of the road. It turned out that the road was occupied by them. In the middle of the busy road, I squinted and took a nap on my stomach. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/33558661998_25b26cbdfa_k-1024x683.jpg The violent palm of the car got off the bus, and he was angry. After all, the cow is a sacred symbol in India. You can only swing and drive the cow while slapping them on the ass with your hands. Please make way for them. Having said that, Indians seem to be born with the instinct to interact with animals, and they are always able to cleverly use various methods to resolve the "large obstacles" on the road. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/33558661158_fa5d86fba8_k-1024x683.jpg Every animal has a very unique personality. You can go wherever you want to go, crawl wherever you want to go, especially the cow, which exists like an old friend in any place where you want, think, don't, or go! If you’ve been to the streets of India, you’ll know that cows are only basic models. You can see goats, donkeys, camels, pigs, horses, dogs, and even peacocks on the road. Humans and animals get along with each other freely. The concept of "equality" is simply brought into full play here. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/46711669974_a8ddc92016_k-1024x683.jpg https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/20190226-dsc03411_48687156266_o-1024x683.jpg Once on a hot day, we were walking in the city, and heard a family’s second floor yelling loudly. When we looked up, we found a cow on their balcony saying "Heaven is above the world, I am the only one." With his face lying on his stomach, 80% of them slipped up when the family was not paying attention. You may be curious about the reason, and we are also curious, but there are many things that cannot be found in India. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/52144318_826280451083765_4093547511799611392_o-1024x657.jpg ▲ This is a schematic diagram of a cow walking on the road, not the cow on the second floor balcony. https://tramper.tw/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/46519589505_c6b7712b4a_k-1024x683.jpg Sometimes animals will stare at you, and they will deliberately rub you with their bodies when they walk by, as if they are saying "Hey, it's me, let me borrow it!" This alphabet tapestry completely shows the colorfulness and disorder of India, the fundamental "national zoo", and also feels the respect that Indians have for every life. Don’t underestimate such a design. The workmanship of each letter is very meticulous. It takes more time and concentration when weaving to achieve the symmetry and presentation of the font. Therefore, the production cost of this alphabet tapestry is much higher than other blankets of the same type. What is really valuable is the time and ingenuity invested by the weavers!