Patterns from India | Part 1

I’m at last so happy to present you my first pattern collection with Indian theme! From the time I came back I dived in to working and that’s why it took me so long to prepare it. Another reason though was that I found a completely new world of patterns when I started my research. Because of that I decided to make 3 different posts with Indian themed patterns, separated by subject, to be possible to unwind this amazing new world. I hope you’ll be on board with this and enjoy them as I did!

This group of patterns is about nature of India: the magical jungle, animals that impressed me and delicious fruits!

1.Palm trees via Pinterest, 2. India poster via The Messes of Men,  3. Green leaves via ModernVintageInterior, 4. Leaves in yellow by Tas Lima,  5. Blue jungle via google images,  6. Light green jungle by BN Wallcoverings, 7. Lead elephant-Arjuna by ranganath krishnamani,  8. Pink palm trees via Pinterest,  9. Singita jungle by Cole&Son

So we started with the jungle…so many trees and plants, India is very rich in nature! Palm trees, teak forests and a bunch of so many others I don’t know!

Of course, among them, in the jungle but not only you meet a lot of exotic (for us) animals. Tigers, crocodiles, a lot of monkeys, peacocks, wild boar, deer etc…We saw all of them there but here I have only some.

1.Mad about Monkeys by Owen Davey,  2. Tigers in the jungle by Monica Ramos,  3. Tigers by Design Comb,  4.Bengale by Manuel Canovas,  5. Peacock feathers via Patterns&Prints,  6. Blue Sumatra by FabLab

Then, I couldn’t miss the elephants! They deserve a group by themselves because I could say it’s the 2nd national animal of India, you see it everywhere! It’s supposed to bring you luck and depending on the elephant’s trunk direction it’s a blessing or welcoming message etc. Don’t forget that they have also a god with elephant’s figure, Ganesh, but this will follow on the second part!

1.Grey elephants pattern by Marie Gardeski, 2. Suzani elephant caravan via eQuilter,  3. Decorated elephants print via society6,  4. Mehndi elephant print via etsy,  5.  Indian elephants by tabularosi,  6. Elephant with flowers by Bethan Janine

However, the most characteristic animal of India is of course the holy cow. Along with monkeys are the most common animals you run into your stay there. They are almost everywhere!! At first you feel quite surprised but after some days MAYBE you stop photographing them!

1.Cow print by Moirarae,  2. Holy cows pattern by KarenHarveyCox,  3. Grey monkeys by natalia zaratiegui,  4. Green monkeys by Mirella Bruno,  5. Brahman cattle cow in pink by PetFriendly

For closure I have some yummy fruits for you! Mangos, pineapples, papayas, coconuts and bananas are only some of them. Especially when we visited India it was mango season and there were selling tents every 10m on the roads. Delicious exotic fruits every day, what a treat!
An interesting fact is that coconut is very important to them, almost holy, they offer it to their gods, representing the desirable situation of being a better person. Cracking their ego and finding their inner truth exactly as the sweet, nurturing coconut.

1.Bold Papayas by Bouffants&Broken hearts,  2. Mangos via society6,  3. Coconut pattern by Megatronster,  4. Tropical fruits via Pinterest,  5. Yellow bananas by Laura Manfre, 6. Frozen bananas via Redbubble,  7. Pink bananas by Lizzy Dee Studio

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