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Bhuvaneshwari Yantra - a sacred geometrical diagram to invoke Goddess Bhuvaneshwari (Design 1)

Bhuvaneshwari Yantra is a sacred geometrical diagram to invoke Goddess Bhuvaneshwari. Through her worship, a devotee can overcome the illusion of material world. The Yantra is contained in a Bhupur (a square with 4 T-shaped doors), the doors give access to the Yantra. The eight lotus petals represent 5 elements - Air, Fire, Water, Earth, and Sky, and 3 Gunas (vitrues) - Sattva (goodness), Rajas (passion) and Tamas (chaos). The six pointed star is a unique combination of upward and downward triangle which represents the union of male and female aspect of God. At the centre of the six pointed star is the central point, Bindu, which is the most powerful part of the Yantra and represents the Supreme consciousness or the God, which is Goddess Bhuvaneshwari in this Yantra..

Rs. 800.00

Brahmacharini - the goddess of asceticism - one of the Navadurga, nine manifestation of Durga

Brahmacharini is the goddess of asceticism and tapas. She is worshipped on the second day of Navratri - the nine divine nights dedicated to fierce Goddess Durga. Thus, she is an aspect of Goddess Durga. The legend of Brahmacharini is related to Hindu God Shiva and his consort Parvati. After the death of Sati, Shiva became an ascetic. However, Parvati resolved to marry Shiva and did Tapa. She began to live like an ascetic like Shiva, performing strict penance in forest. This aspect of Parvati is Goddess Brahmacharini. Brahmacharini's asceticism drew attention of Shiva and Shiva finally accepts to marry her. She is depicted as performing tapa in forest...

Rs. 800.00

Cancer Zodiac Sign Painting - The Giant Crab Painting by Pieter Weltevrede

Cancer, the fourth astrological sign in Zodiac. It is represented by a Crab, based on the story in Greek mythology in which a giant crab, Karkinos, which was killed by Greek God, Heracles. The Sun transits this constellation between 22nd June and 22nd July.Carefully rolled on hardboard tube and packed with multiple layers of bubble wrap for secure delivery.We only use industry leading products to achieve the most vivid and high-definition prints possible.Available in 3 sizes.100% Premium Cotton Canvas and High Quality Coated Matt Paper.Gallery Quality Print.Ultra smooth background.Additional space for framing...

Rs. 800.00

Capricorn Zodiac Sign Painting - The Cosmic Horned Goat Painting by Pieter Weltevrede.

Capricorn, the tenth astrological sign in Zodiac, originates from constellation, Capricornus. It is based on Enki, a god in Sumerian mythology, represented by an animal with head of Goat and tail of fish. The sun transits this area from 22nd December to 19th January.Available in 3 Sizes.Carefully rolled on hardboard tube and packed with multiple layers of Bubble wrap for secure delivery.We only use industry leading products to achieve the most vivid and high-definition prints possible.100% Premium Cotton Canvas and High Quality Coated Matt Paper.Gallery Quality Print.Additional space for framing...

Rs. 800.00

Court of Hindu god Ram

Ram is the seventh incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu - the Preserver. Ram is incarnated in Treta Yuga, which is one of the epochs in the Hindu four-age cycles. He was born to the king of the kingdom of Ayodhya, Dashratha, and his queen, Kaushalya. He is the central character of Hindu epic Ramayana. He was sent to exile for fourteen years in forest where his wife, Sita, was abducted by demon king Ravana. Ram and his younger brother, Lakhsman, with great efforts and with the help of Vanaras (monkeys) defeated evil Ravana. Ram's darbar (court) is shown as Ram standing with his wife Sita on right and brother Lakshman on left and devotee Hanuman sitting on Shri Ram's feet.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

Rs. 800.00

Dakshinimurti Shiva - the supreme tecaher - Adi Guru

Dakshinimurty is an aspect of Hindu God Shiva, the god of destruction. He is considered as the teacher of all kinds of knowledge. He is an aspect of the supreme consciousness, the ultimate reality - Brahman. Shiva in this form is a guru of Yoga, wisdom, and shastras. Scriptures say that if anyone doesn't have a guru or teacher, he can worship Dakshinimurti Shiva as his teacher. Dakshna means South direction. He sits under tree, faces south and imparts the knowledge. Dakshinimurti is depicted as four-armed, holding, damru (two-headed drum), rosary, vedas, seated on deer sking. Under his right leg is a demon - apasmara - which represents ignorance. He is surrounded by sages who are receiving the Gyan or knowledge from Adi Guru...

Rs. 800.00

Devas (demi-gods) appealing to Hindu God, Vishnu, to end their trouble

After Devas (demi-gods) are defeated by Asuras (demons), Indra, the king of Devas) along with Lord Brahma (the creator of Universe) and other demi-gods appeals to Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu is depicted as sitting on the primordial snake, Sheshnaag, floating on the ocean of milk (ksheer sagar). Sitting besides Lord Vishnu is his consort, Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border, and encased inside a fibre frame with acrylic sheet cover in the front..

Rs. 800.00

Divine river Goddess Narmada

River Narmada is one of the seven holy rivers of India, the other six being Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Saraswati, Sindhu and Kaveri. It orginates from Amarkantak hills in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.The legend of river Narmada is related to Hindu God Shiva. Shiva was once meditating at Amarkantak hills when Narmada was formed from his skin. Shiva blessed her with lifelong freedom. Devas (demi-gods) tried to capture her, but she slipped through their hands, taking the form of a river. Narmada is also called Shankari, meaning daughter of Shankar or Shiva. The banks of river Narmada had hermitage of many important sages like Bhrigu, Kapila, and Markandeya. The pebbles at the bed of river Narmada are of the shape of Shiva Lingam, the abstract symbol of Shiva. Like Ganga, Narmada is also believed to wash away the sins of her devotess. Narmada is shown here as four-handed, holding Trishul (trident), Kalash (pot), and Shiva Lingam. She is shown as riding on her animal mount, Crocodile...

Rs. 800.00

Divine River Goddess, Ganga, mocking at sage, Durvasa.

Sage Durvasa comes to watch Ganga's dance to heaven. A gust of wind blows away his clothes, and Ganga mocks and laughes at Sage Durvasa. Short-tempered sage Durvasa curses her that she doesn't deserve to live in heaven and will descend to lowly realms.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

Rs. 800.00

Durga Mandala (yellow) Painting - Invoke Goddess Durga - Sacred Geometry Art by Pieter Weltevrede

Yantras are great cosmic conductors of energy, an antenna of Nature, a powerful tool for harmony, prosperity, success, good health, yoga and meditation. Yantras consist of a series of geometric patterns. The eyes and mind concentrate at the center of the yantra to achieve higher levels of consciousness.Durga is a Sanskrit word meaning “inaccessible fortress” and “the one who takes us through difficulties." Durga is also the principal form of the Hindu goddess known as Devi or Shakti. She is believed to be the mother of the universe, and the cause of creation, preservation and destruction She is manifested in the gods and fulfills the tasks of the universe through them.Durga Yantra is a sacred geometrical diagram to invoke and seek blessings from Goddess Durga. It gives strength to overcome difficulties in life and conquer enemies.The Yantra is contained in a Bhupur (a square with 4 T-shaped doors), the doors give access to the Yantra.The eight lotus petals represent 5 elements - Air, Fire, Water, Earth, and Sky, and 3 Gunas (vitrues) - Sattva (goodness), Rajas (passion) and Tamas (chaos). The 3 upward triangles represent the masculine aspect of God and one downward triangle represents the feminine aspect.The concentric circles concentrates the consciousness of devotee toward the central point, Bindu, which is the most powerful part of the Yantra and represents the Supreme consciousness or the God, which is Durga in this Yantra.Available in 3 Sizes.Carefully rolled on hardboard tube and packed with multiple layers of Bubble wrap for secure delivery.We only use industry leading products to achieve the most vivid and high-definition prints possible.100% Premium Cotton Canvas and High Quality Coated Matt Paper.Gallery Quality Print.Additional space for framing...

Rs. 800.00

Durga- The invincible goddess on her animal mount tiger

Durga is a fierce warrior form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She was created by the Hindu God Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - to fight a demon, Mahishasura, when the Gods were unable to stop him. On the honour of this, Navratri festival - the nine divine nights - is celebrated. She fights with evil forces who threaten peace and Dharma. She is depicted as eight-armed riding on lion, holding Chakra (disc like weapon), lotus, sword, mace, trident, bow, and conch...

Rs. 800.00

Durga- The invincible goddess slaying buffalo demon Mahishasura (Design 1)

Durga is a fierce warrior form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She was created by the Hindu God Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - to fight a demon, Mahishasura, when the Gods were unable to stop him. On the honour of this, Navratri festival - the nine divine nights - is celebrated. She fights with evil forces who threaten peace and Dharma. She is depicted as eight-armed riding on lion, holding Chakra (disc like weapon), lotus, sword, mace, trident, bow, and conch...

Rs. 800.00

Durga- The invincible goddess slaying buffalo demon Mahishasura (Design 2)

Durga is a fierce warrior form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She was created by the Hindu God Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - to fight a demon, Mahishasura, when the Gods were unable to stop him. On the honour of this, Navratri festival - the nine divine nights - is celebrated. She fights with evil forces who threaten peace and Dharma. She is depicted as eight-armed riding on lion, holding Chakra (disc like weapon), lotus, sword, mace, trident, bow, and conch...

Rs. 800.00

Durga- The invincible goddess slaying buffalo demon Mahishasura (Design 3)

Durga is a fierce warrior form of Hindu Goddess Shakti. She was created by the Hindu God Trinity - Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva - to fight a demon, Mahishasura, when the Gods were unable to stop him. On the honour of this, Navratri festival - the nine divine nights - is celebrated. She fights with evil forces who threaten peace and Dharma.  She is depicted as eight-armed riding on lion, holding Chakra (disc like weapon), trishul (trident), Ankush (elephant goad), arrow, sword, shield, Bow, Gada (mace), scimitar, and slaying the demon...

Rs. 800.00

Earth Mandala - the sacred geometrical diagram to invoke Mother Goddess Earth

                 Goddess Earth is also known as Bhumi Devi. Goddess Bhumi is the consort of Varaha - an incarnation of Hindu God vishnu who incarnated to save the Earth Goddess. Earth Mandala is a sacred geometrical diagram to invoke and seek blessings from Goddess Earth. The mandala depicts all the flora and fauna of the earth - plants, trees and animals. Four line cross each other at the centre of the mandala, the eight corners of the four lines representing the eight cardinal directions. The Mandala is coloured with blue and green, representing the colour of  nature - water and greenery. The Yogi at the centre praying Mother goddess Earth, seeking blessing from her and paying gratitude for providing shelter.    ..

Rs. 800.00

Eight Vasus, the divine personification of eight directions, appealing to River Goddess Ganga

Vasus are the elemental Gods in Hinduism. The Vasus are eight in number and represent the eight elements of nature - Prithvi (earth), Agni (fire), Vayu (Wind), Antariksha (space), Aditya (Sun), Dyaus (Sky), Chandrama (Moon), Nakstrani (Stars). They are the divine personification of eight elements. Once they stole the divine cow, Kamadhenu, from Sage Vashistha and were to born on earth as mortals. All Vasus appeal to Goddess Ganga to pacify their curse and make their stay on earth short. Goddess Ganga incarnated on earth as their mother and drowned seven of them after their birth in her own waters except for the last one who had stolen the cow. The last son was Bhishma, the grandsire of Pandavas and Kauravas in Mahabharata.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

Rs. 800.00

Fire Nadi - the psychic channel known as Sushmana, depicting the balance between masculine (Ida) and feminine (Pingala) psychic channels in an awakened state

Nadis are the subtle, psychic channels  in the subtle body. In the subtle body, there are fourteen principle nadis out of which three nadis are most important - Ida, Pingala, and Sushmana. These are the channels or the pathways through which prana (life energy) flows. Like chakras, these nadis aren't physically visible inside the body. Sushmana is the central psychic channel. Through the Suhsmana Nadi, the Kundalini energy moves up from the Muladhara chakra, energizing the subsequent Chakras. Sushmana is associated with river Saraswati. Ida and Pingala Nadis meet Sushmana Nadi at the Ajna Chakra or the third eye Chakra, thus ending the duality, thereby bringing a balance between the masculine and feminine at an awakened state...

Rs. 800.00

Four-armed form of Hindu God Shiva - the God of destruction (Design 1)

Hindu God Shiva is also known as the God of destruction and together with Brahma and Vishnu forms the Hindu trinity - Triumurti. Shiva brings the transformation in the universe in the form of destruction, leading to a new creation. Shiva is also known as Adi Yogi or the first Yogi. Thus, through the practice of Yoga and self-control, Shiva is also the destroyer of illusion or Maya. Apart from a fierce deity and a Yogi, Shiva is also a householder, his consort being Goddess Parvati, who is an aspect of the primordial feminine - Adi Shakti. He is depicted here as four-armed representing the four cardinal directions...

Rs. 800.00

Four-armed form of Hindu God Shiva - the God of destruction (Design 2)

Hindu God Shiva is also known as the God of destruction and together with Brahma and Vishnu forms the Hindu trinity - Triumurti. Shiva brings the transformation in the universe in the form of destruction, leading to a new creation. Shiva is also known as Adi Yogi or the first Yogi. Thus, through the practice of Yoga and self-control, Shiva is also the destroyer of illusion or Maya. Apart from a fierce deity and a Yogi, Shiva is also a householder, his consort being Goddess Parvati, who is an aspect of the primordial feminine - Adi Shakti. He is depicted here as four-armed representing the four cardinal directions...

Rs. 800.00

Ganesha and Riddhi Painting - Art by Pieter Weltevrede

Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. He was created by his mother Parvati using clay. His identity was unknown to Shiva and he was guarding the palace of Parvati and when he didn't allow Shiva to enter, Shiva beheaded him. Later Shiva replaced the head of Ganesha with the head of an elephant. He is also popularly known as the remover of obstacles or Vighna Vinashak, He is depicted as sitting with his consort, Riddhi, on a divine blooming lotus.Printed on coated matt paper by inkjet printer, using ultra chrome inks with an off-white paper mounting with golden border...

Rs. 800.00