Lalita TripuraSundari Goddess D, SMALLER SIZES Hindu deity, Mahavidyas, mantra, Shiva Siva, meditation, Sri Yantra mandala Tsagli Para Para
Materials: gouache, mineral paints, shell gold, gold, archival watercolorist paper, archival inks, 22k gold
Lalita Tripura Sundari D
The Goddess of the Sri Yantra, the cosmic map of the universe
(You can order the smallest size cropped in closely to the goddess, or as the entire artwork - choose from the drop-down menu. See the other listing of this artwork for larger sizes ).
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Lalita's name means "she who plays", as she manifests the world for her own delight. She is the main Hindu deity for the Sri Yantra practice and sits in the very center of that mandala. She is the personification of happiness - and she is intense and strong. She is the same as the ancient deity Para Para, in the Hindu trinity of goddesses.
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© Laura Santi
♥ ♥ NOTE: Sizes are approximate. Please wait to buy a frame until you have the art in hand. Framed examples included in listing images are included to give you ideas on how you might frame your purchase, but I don't sell framed prints unless one is specifically listed on a drop down menu.
A WORD ABOUT GORGEOUS GICLEE TECHNOLOGY: The giclee prints I sell of my originals look and feel like paintings and don't loose definition as they are enlarged to the sizes for each piece that I offer. Artwork is scanned via what looks like a really big "camera"/computer and then printed with a sophisticated inkjet printer, which is 5+ feet wide, onto artists' archival heavyweight watercolor paper. It takes about 15 minutes to print a 24"x36". This makes the most crisp accurate print available in fine art printing technology. People often mistake the prints for actual paintings.
Feb 11-Mar 1
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542 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
A set of beautiful and vibrant pictures - seems almost blasphemous to call them a deck! I wanted to use imagery that aligned with my background (South-Asian Hindu) rather than a standard tarot deck and took a gamble on this. I am more than happy I did. Thank you, Laura Santi
All of Laura's work is amazing, and for me this piece in particular is very special. The quality of these giclée prints is really exceptional: the crisp detail, the paper quality, everything is phenomenal. It's an honor and a deep gift to have this sacred iconography as a central part of my home altar and practice space.
So royal in Her Lapis Blue garments. This print is going to be framed and hung at my puja.
I'm so thrilled that both the Green Tara and Vagrasattva Buddha were sent at the same. I received these very quickly after they were shipped. They were also perfectly packaged. Green Tara is magical with her amazing headless and clothing, and the Buddha is encircled in a perfect arrangement. The artwork is simply gorgeous!
Photos from reviews
Rahula, LARGER SIZES Buddhist Protector deity of the Planets ma Za dam sum serpent Naga eclipse g lord of lightening Za Nyingmapa
The goddesses Cāmuṇḍi and Uttanahaḷḷi Garland of Forgotten Goddesses published by University of Washington
White Tara B LARGER SIZE PRINT Goddess Bodhisattva tantric deity tibetan buddhist thangka tangka thankga meditation devotional meditation
Vishnu, LARGER SIZE God of the Maintenance of the Universe, riding on Garuda Hindu Sun god Nepali style devotional art