"Senses delight all and have delighted always, but Indian theorists were perhaps the earliest to perceive the delight of senses as the essence of being - a phenomenon of mind sublimating spiritually... man's 'bhava-jagat'...(emotional world)...alone comprised the theme of poetry, drama, sculpture, or painting. The spectator - 'rasika', as he is called, witnesses a dramatic performance for the enjoyment of 'Rasa'... This 'Rasa'... - the delight which the spectator experienced when witnessing an emotion enacted on the stage, or represented into a medium, is the core of Indian aesthetic thought... As Bharat had it, a subject's instinctive nature comprising all sentiments and emotions - inherent and inborn, as well as concurrent and passing, alone could be the theme of arts... Bharat averred that arts were arts only when they excited the senses and aroused emotions, and created 'Rasa', in which the mind perpetually rejoiced. He prescribed ten conditions of good writing - 'gunas' as he called them; ten faults - 'doshas', a good writing should avoid; and, thirty-six characters of a literary writing. Bharat's perception was thus broad as well as minute and analytical..."
Shri Devi (Maha Gauri) Yantra
Copper 5.0 inch X 6.0 inch
Water Color Painting On Paper Artist: Kailash Raj 7 inch x 10.5 inch
Oil Painting on Canvas Artist: Anup Gomay 36.0 inch X 48.0 inch
Oil Painting on Canvas Artist: Anup Gomay 48.0 inch X 36.0 inch
Oil Painting on Canvas Artist: Anup Gomay 60 inch X 48 inch