Om Bhoor Bhovas Suvaha Tat Savitur Varenyam
Bhargo Devasaya Dhimahi Dhiyoyona Prachodayaat
The way I learn a new mantra (especially if it is a long one) is to write it out 108 times - the number of times you would chant a mantra when moving from bead to bead on a mala. (A mala is a string of prayer beads similar to a rosary.) I do not claim to be an expert in the realm of mantra so please forgive me if I have taken any liberties with the phrasing or spelling of the mantra.
This is a wonderfully inspirational piece. Calming and meditative, you can look upon it and get lost in the detail...
Palette of this piece is black, white, red and a bit of pale blue.
Piece is matted within a white 8x10" archival mat which has a black core. You can pop this piece into a standard size frame.
The piece itself is slightly larger than 5x7" and was created on red Canson Mi-Tientes acid free pastel paper. Drawn with white gel pen over black acrylic gesso paint. Piece has been signed on the front of the image and is ready to be framed or matted for display. Suggest hanging out of direct sunlight.
I retain all image rights of my original art. Please do not copy. I do my best to represent color as accurately as possible, however, our monitor settings may vary.
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