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COLOR WHITE IN HINDUISM White is a mixture of seven different colors hence it symbolizes a little bit of the quality of each. It represents purity, cleanliness, peace and knowledge. The goddess of knowledge, Saraswati is always shown as wearing a white dress, sitting on a white lotus. The Brahmin - the highest social caste - is associated with white. Hindu religious leaders cover themselves with white ashes to represent their spiritual rebirth. White is also the color of mourning. The other prominent deities would also have a touch of white on their dress. A Hindu widow would wear a white dress in mourning.
WHITE COLOR UZBEK http://sanat.orexca.com/2005/2005-3/philosophy_of_color/ White color takes a special place in customs and traditions of Uzbeks. White fabric (poyondoz) is put under feet of groom and bride at wedding. A groom brings white fabric to bride his kind and pure intentions. birthday,engagement,wedding,anniversary ,celebrations,holidays,xmas,girlfriend,mom,dad,festival,holidaysbas relief, intaglio, high relief, aquatint, mezzotint, Abstract Expressionism, art nouveau, Bauhaus, chiaroscuro, cubism, dadaism, expressionism, fauvism, futurism, gouache, iconography, impasto, Impressionism, minimalism, monochromatic, montage, mosaic, mural, naturalistic, neoclassicism, op art, polychromatic, Pop Art, realism, Renaissance, rococo, Romanesque, Romanticism, surrealism, symbolism, triptych, trompe l'oeil, limn, pastiche, parquet, furbelow, aureole, in situ, Coptic, schmaltz, autotelism, ex post facto, marmoreal, encaustic