The design tells the part of the legend where Jambavan, King of the Bears, reminds Hanuman of his true form as the Son of the Wind, so he can complete his mission for Prince Rama. The bear symbolizes the earth and physical existence, with Hanuman thrust into the air, leaving the physical realm and transforming into an eternal existence. The implication that can be drawn is the legacy and foundation of the Ramayana! was made firm and strong with love and care, allowing for seemingly endless transfer and transformation of the production for generations.
Design is on the front, center.
Verbiage on back, center: “Anything that exists will never be destroyed; its disappearance is simply a transformation.” ~ Baba Hari Das
Artwork by Erika Rosendale