This mural illustrating the Jātaka (stories of Śākyamuni's previous births) tale of Nine-Colour Deer is meant to promote the Buddhist concept of "benevolence, and good deeds will bring good retribution; ungratefulness and evil deeds will incur severe punishment." This story is also the only Jātaka illustration at Mogao Caves using an animal as the protagonist.
This Jātaka tells of the story of a Nine-Colour Deer (one of the previous births of Śākyamuni) saving a man from drowning, but the ungrateful man went to the palace to disclose the whereabouts of the deer and led the king to pursue the antlers and fur of the deer. The fearless deer appealed to the king by exposing the treachery of the man. Deeply moved, the king issued an order to forbid his countrymen from hunting the deer.
Long live the king!
The slightly spicy wood tone, together with the relaxing green tea and lavender, is like running in the forest with the Nine-Colour Deer.
Price included a red opera gift box and paper dolls based on ancient murals in Mogao Caves.
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