This painting was made with water color on paper (A4 size) with fine line pen detailing inspired by the Tibetan god of purity, Vajradaka. The two hands held at the heart form the “Kilaka” mudra referring to the union of Shiva and Shakti, the sacred masculine and feminine. The ascending energy of the chakras is depicted by the two snakes coiling around the deity. All paths with heart lead to god and the merging of Hindu and Tibetan Buddhist mythology is another symbol of our oneness. Available as prints, with natural wood and glass frame, as canvas with wood or just print on paper.
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