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A series of 4. In the Epic 'Ramayana', Ravana was able to abduct Sita by luring Rama Away from their hut in the forest with the apparition of a golden fawn, which was actually an 'Asura' named Maricha, who had magical powers. The allure of such a mirage helped distract and deceive the victims. Such modes of deception has been used by humans to victimize others and as a tool of control. A wolf in the garb of a sheep, an enemy who stays close as a friend... trying to impress people with assumed qualities which are not our natural character trait... We all use such forms of deception to manipulate others to reach our ultimate goals.
This artwork is not sold individually but as a panel of 4 works framed separately. The pricing and shipping cost includes all 4 artworks.

Materials used:

Watercolor and pen drawing with waterproof ink on executive bond paper

Tiny Deceptions 4 - The Golden Fawn (Mirage) (2015)


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