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English: The elephant would be a reference to Airavat, the elephant of Indra, the king of the Hindu gods ( equivalent of the Greek deity Zeus , the elephant is seen carrying a lotus flower. It is the mount of Indra, and the Gaja ( Sanskrit word for elephant) or Gajaraj ( kingly elephant) was a respected and majestic figure associated with intelligence and wisdom and also fidelity. The deity Shiva's elder son, Ganesha ( the Roman Janus is similar ) has an elephant head and is associated with writing ( he is said to have personally helped in putting the epic "Mahabharata" into written script while its sage-composer Vyasa was narrating it aloud ), but the elephant-image shown in the seals on Rudyard Kipling's book is not Ganesha, it is Airavat.
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srot Two images from the part of the covers of books by Rudyard Kipling (Methuen &Co. 1919 and Macmillan &Co, 1930). Images scanned by User:Dabbler to illustrate the article on Kipling. I created this image from two images that are in the public domain as copyright has expired. S.Balakrishnan, Creative Consultant, New Delhi
lekhak The artist is probably Lockwood Kipling, Rudyard Kipling's father.

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  • 2011-09-12 16:48 Quibik 460×a227× (66727 bytes) removed coherent noise from the right image
  • 2006-09-26 23:48 Dabbler 460×a227× (54800 bytes) Two images from the part of the covers of books by [[Rudyard Kipling]] (Methuen & Co., 1919 and Macmillan & Co., 1930). Images scanned by [[User:Dabbler]] to illustrate the article on Kipling.
  • 2006-09-26 22:57 Dabbler 460×a227× (177724 bytes) Two images from the part of the covers of books by [[Rudyard Kipling]] (Methuen &Co. 1919 and Macmillan &Co, 1930). Images scanned by [[User:Dabbler]] to illustrate the article on Kipling.

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