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Introduction The end I couldn't speak English, the only that I could express was ‘Goodbye’ for said goodbye.When go to a new place is more long back to a know place. All people go to listen my histories about London, I was sit in the center, one thing was clear I was a bard. Como se ha convertido en un bardo, empieza a contar su historia Bhajju Shyam was born in 1971 in the Gond village of Patangarh, the forests of central India. He never think that was an artist. The family sent their three children to school, but they haven’t got money enough. When he sixteen years old started as night-watchman, later was apprentice of Gond. Fame Bhajju's work was famous in all India and his first international exposure was in 1998. His work was know in the UK, Germany, Holland and Russia. The origin of the book Bhajju was invited by the Indian designer Rajeev Sethi to London, for paint the walls of Masala Zone, an upmarket Indian restaurant in Islington. Bhajju saw the invitation a opportunity never think. He worked two months in London, paying attention London life. Gond´s art The art of Bhajju is base in the environment. The surfaces teem with symbolic diagrams, stories of creation, gods, goddesses, animals, trees and village life. For the village Gond, the art is a form of player, and they believe that good fortune befalls those whose eyes meet a good image. Gond art are symbols that connect to the humans and the funcionament of the cosmos, created by the village. His knowledge of the animals, the plants and the forest make that mix with thing representative of London like: the tube became a giant earthworm, Big Ben merged with a rooster into a bizarre and English people morphed, so we decide to call it The London Jungle Book. The end

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