Les teintes jaune et orange propres aux robes des moines bouddhistes sont celles qui se rapprochent le plus du safran. Elles représentent en fait les teintes de l'aurore, mais aussi celles de l'or, qui symbolyse la pureté (l'or est inaltérable et ne ternit pas). Le port de robes orangées ou jaunes est donc le signe du renoncement et de la sagesse. #myanmar#birmanie#bagan#travel#colors#world#pagoda#amazing#instatravel
I let my heart escape from my mouth and wander on its own.
Day 3 - Chin Village, Rakhine State, Myanmar
We journey up the sleepy Lemro till we reach the village. The Chin women were renowned for their beauty and were often kidnapped by neighbouring monarchs. To render them unappealing to the lustful invaders, their faces were tattooed with intricate blue patterns.
Gosh, the lines make them even more beautiful, whispers Lila.
The young women don't need to be marked anymore.
The elders happily pose for pictures in return for cash. They cackle in delight as we offer a donation towards the village school. They show us their pig pen.
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