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Sri yantra, one of the most auspicious powerful Yantras, also known as Sri Chakra, is called the mother of all yantras because all other yantras derive from it.

Sri Yantra is a form of mystical diagram originally used by one of the schools of Hinduism. It consists of nine interlocking triangles representing the cosmos and the human body. The triangles are circumscribed by two concentric circles composed of 8 and 16 petals, representing the lotus of creation and reproductive vital force. The entire configuration is framed by the broken lines of an earth square, representing a temple with four doors open onto the regions of the universe.

Yantras are also used as good luck charms by virtue of their magical power. When used as a talisman, the yantra is seen to represent a deity who can be called on at will by the user.

Original spiritual painting by Diana Titova.
Oil painting on Canvas
Unframed, comes ready to hang
Size: 70×70×2cm / 27,5x27,5x0,5 in

Canvas stretched on a wooden stretcher, painted around the edges to compliment the artwork and doesn’t need framing. This artwork was created using professional oil paint. Signed on the back side only and comes with the certificate of authenticity.

The artwork will be shipped with Express Mail Service, fully tracked. It will be shipped in a cardboard box (highly safe packaging).

Materials used:

oil

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Sri Yantra. One thousand petals Lotus. (2016)
Oil painting
by Diana Titova

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Sri yantra, one of the most auspicious powerful Yantras, also known as Sri Chakra, is called the mother of all yantras because all other yantras derive from it.

Sri Yantra is a form of mystical diagram originally used by one of the schools of Hinduism. It consists of nine interlocking triangles representing the cosmos and the human body. The triangles are circumscribed by two concentric circles composed of 8 and 16 petals, representing the lotus of creation and reproductive vital force. The entire configuration is framed by the broken lines of an earth square, representing a temple with four doors open onto the regions of the universe.

Yantras are also used as good luck charms by virtue of their magical power. When used as a talisman, the yantra is seen to represent a deity who can be called on at will by the user.

Original spiritual painting by Diana Titova.
Oil painting on Canvas
Unframed, comes ready to hang
Size: 70×70×2cm / 27,5x27,5x0,5 in

Canvas stretched on a wooden stretcher, painted around the edges to compliment the artwork and doesn’t need framing. This artwork was created using professional oil paint. Signed on the back side only and comes with the certificate of authenticity.

The artwork will be shipped with Express Mail Service, fully tracked. It will be shipped in a cardboard box (highly safe packaging).

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#art for yoga studio #indian culture #new life painting #modern spirituality #great present for a yogui #mandala yantra oil painting #energetic and resourceful painting #peace and relaxation art #yoga every day #health strength and rejuvenation 
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Diana Titova is a Spain-based artist born in Russia. Love of art accompanied her throughout her life, whether it was fine art, applied arts, or the history of art. Consequently,... Read more

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