A beautiful, large elephant procession statue depicting the days of the Raj in India when kings and queens would use elephants for formal processions. Within the main carriage on top of the elephants back is seated the king. In front of the king on the neck of the elephant is the driver of the elephant or mahout. He is carrying an elephant goad that is used to steer the elephant. The elephants long trunk is raised above his head in a sign that is usually a show of good luck. To the right of the raised trunk is another mahout. The elephant is also wearing a bell around his neck. The detailed carvings of the run on the elephants back as well as the top of the palanquin are glorious!
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