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Spiritual tapestry Enlightening
Spirituality is often referred to some religious process to recover the original
shape of a man but it’s a very broad concept that can’t be defined so easily
and can have many viewpoints. It not limited to any particular community or
religion. Also, it is not limited to any sacred places like temples, churches,
mosques and anyone can explore it anywhere. One can even discover
spirituality at his home and Spiritual tapestries assist you in making your
Spiritual tapestries are made since the thirteenth century. They contain Holy
messages and tales from bibles that were often used to inspire believers.
These Spiritual Wall Hangings were made concerning Religious mythologies
and legends. For example, 1898 produced the tapestry of Morris and
Company “Quest for the Holy Grail”, Sir Thomas Malory based six tapestries
known as The Death of Arthur.
Spiritual tapestries are an excellent decor as they add an intriguing charm to
the room. In a comprehensive survey, which compared spirituality to other
health interference state that people with a strong spiritual life had a reduction
of 18% in mortality.There is a wide range of spiritual tapestries available in the
market such as Hindu Tapestries, Zodiac tapestries, etc. Let’s know them
Hinduism is one of the oldest religion of the world and its symbols are highly
popularised now such as Om, Swastika, Trident, Kalash, Shree, Ganesha,
cow etc. Now these symbols have become the popular subjects or themes
of tapestries also. Hindu tapestries include Hindu gods and symbols that
are considered very holy and are being used for thousands of years. Not
only in tapestries but these symbols such as Om, Trident, etc. are being
used in tattoos also.
People have been curious for zodiac signs since ages that are derived from
the Greek Mythology. Even we have checked our Zodiac signs predictions at
least once in life. There are people who possess a strong faith in them. While
there are people who find their zodiac signs a fashion symbols and so want it
to be used as a décor in their room. By using Zodiac tapestries they also feel
closer with their sun signs as they can always have a look over on them.
A strong spiritual strength will also help you to overcome adversities in life
These spiritual wall hangings not only decorate your home but also add a
positivity in the atmosphere. They inspire not only you but your friends, family
and guests, too. The peaceful environment one gets after using spiritual
tapestries in the home is incomparable.
Embroidery That is Commonly Known
Today in our blog we will turning out some pages from the history and will be
discovering an embroidery, which is mistaken as a tapestry but serves the
same purpose of decoration. This off beam embroidery is Bayeux Tapestry
that has always been known as a tapestry until the recent description of art
historians, who technically described it as an embroidery. They are now on
permanent public display in the city of Bayeux in Normandy, France. This
masterpiece is very popular among art historians.
These large tapestries resemble significant contribution of the English
artists. But its England’s origin is not yet verified. Many call it Norman’s
propaganda and there are several theories behind its origin. The quality of
stitching is very high which indicates that the skilled Anglo-Saxons who
were very famous across the Europe for their needlework. It is highly
possible that they were behind this gorgeous and expensive art.
Who used them?
Bayeux tapestries were exceptionally large, which has made them very
popular as a decor of public places and forts. These Large
Tapestries were used in churches and wealthy houses in England. These
medieval tapestries often depict wars or some stories that had a huge
impact on Medieval England such as the battle of Hastings, Edward the
Confessor sending Harold to Normandy, etc. The battle of Hasting is the
most famous and has a giant dimension of 70 meters in length and 19.5
inches in breadth.
What exactly is the difference?
Though tapestry and Bayeux tapestry have been used for the same
purpose of decoration but what separates them from each other is their
manufacturing process. Bayeux Tapestry is embroidered while tapestries
are woven. Probably because of their massive size and same decorative
usage have categorised them as tapestries in Medieval Europe.
These tapestries have narrated some of the major landmarks of medieval
English history and hence it has helped historians and scholars to learn and
understand more precisely. Such a beautiful and amazing artifact, that has
helped to shape our perceptions of that time and the events that changed
Britain forever, deserves our attention and respect.