ROSES ARE RED CROWS ARE BLACK
“Hey there, These roses are for you”, felt good, I know roses are meant to please different moods of people. Roses are the symbol of love and happiness, mainly because of its colour – red, red is the colour of love and affection.
Thus roses absorb the charisma of the colour red and reflect love, peace, and happiness. Although, there are roses of other different colours, the aura and feeling red roses deliver cannot be found in any other coloured roses.
In China, the colour red is also believed as the colour of good luck. Whereas black colour is associated with strength, seriousness, and strong emotion. Traditional meanings associate crows as bad omen, death, and dark witchcraft and that is the reason why black colour is associated as a sign of bad luck and evil spirits.
“Red or Black, both are aces of different races” – Moonchild
“I’ve been 40 years discovering that the queen of all colours was black.” – Auguste Renoir
“There’s something about black. You feel hidden away in it.” – Georgia O’Keeffe
STATISTICS – What Numbers have to Say?
- Red is the most popular colour used on flags in the world. Approximately 77% of all flags include red
- People with natural black hair average 1,10,00 hair per head
- There are at least 23 different shades of red crayons
DESCRIPTION- Let’s take a Deep Dive
Red is said to be the colour of love as well as danger. In Indians, the bride wears a red coloured outfit, as it is believed to be the colour of celebration and ceremony, it brings prosperity and happiness. But also, remember? when you accidentally entered into wrong direction or area and a whiteboard with “red coloured crosses” appeared in front of you to guide-not to enter, that area can be “dangerous”.yeah, right -this means that red symbolizes colour for both loves as well as danger. The colour of our blood is also red, which signifies life and liveliness.
In Indian mythology different gods have different Vahanas(animal vehicles), the crow is the Vahana of God Shani, who ward off influences of evil forces. Now, because of the association of crow with god Shani’s Vahana, black is believed to be a holy and spiritual colour.
In legal terms, black colour is associated with justice- the statue of lady justice found in courthouses. She is blindfolded with a “black” ribbon. The blindfold indicates that while giving the judgment, the court is guided by only the evidence and the law.
- People who love black colour have the most colourful mind. Really? the black crows are genius
- In Medieval Europe, white is the colour of priests, red the colour of warriors, and black is the colour of artisans.
- In the Medieval period, painters and dyers did not make purple by mixing blue and red, rather by mixing blue and black; purple was a sort of semi-black.
- As few as two per cent of people in the United States have red hair
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Don’t you think? that colour has nothing to do with emotions. I personally believe that colours don’t show or reflect any emotion or energy its only humans and their perception about different colours. I feel this perception can be due to past experiences attached to that particular colour that makes them feel a certain way about that colour.
Sometime back in the past red colour made them happy then they will always associate red colour as joy or black made them sad then they will always feel the same way about black. People have different experiences, a different perception so the association of the different emotion with different colours. Colours don’t reflect any emotion only peoples perception does.
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Author – Mahima Hurkat