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Ramsingh Urveti: The creator pulled three hairs from his own body, and from them made three great trees.
Bhajju Shyam: The Peepul tree is so perfect that seen against the sky, it seems to have the same shape as its own leaf.
Bhajju Shyam: The earth is held in the coils of the snake goddess, so a snake symbolizes the earth.
Ramsingh Urveti: As big as the moon and higher I saw the sun even in the midst of night.
Ramsingh Urveti: Swallow up a whale I saw a raging sea.
Subhash Vyam: We need to make a pact with nature.
Dhavat Singh Uikey: In Gond mythology, the great beast is both revered and feared.
Mansingh Vyam: These are the paths that a plow makes on the earth.
Bhajju Shyam: I have combined the rooster, the symbol of time in Gond art and Big Ben, the symbol of time in London.
Bhajju Shyam: A plane taking off is as much of a miracle as a heavy elephant flying.
Bhajju Shyam: In Gond belief, there is another world below, ruled by the earthworm — in London it is the Underground.
Bhajju Shyam: I realised something strange… I myself had become a foreigner.