The head – and with it, the mind – is the heaviest part of the body. And it finds rest upon a sirani, which shares our inner pains or emotions. Conversations with a sirani are kept secret, and the emotions that we share on it help to relieve the pain and suffering. Our sirani has seen and felt more about our feelings – more so than our friends and family. The impression upon it of our body or the traces of saliva show our tiredness. We dream upon our sirani.
Sirani is a collection of dreams and emotions, the tears it wiped when nobody even cared to look. It is the silent refuge where we express our sorrows that can’t be revealed to the world.
Laxmi TamangStudio Art