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In Hindu culture, the peacock is the mount of the lord Karthikeya, the god of war. A demon king, Surapadman, was split into two by Karthikeya and the merciful lord converted the two parts as an integral part of himself, one becoming a peacock (his mount) and another a rooster adorning his flag. The peacock displays the divine shape of Omkara when it spreads its magnificent plumes into a full-blown circular form.

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acid free paper, archival ink

Dreams of Peacocks (2014)

$225

  • Digital Art (Giclée), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 100
  • Size: 38 × 26 in (unframed) / 36 × 24 in (actual image size)
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