"...The word Tantra itself is derived from the verbal root tan, meaning to 'weave'...Often the mother is shown in a posture with both legs around the father's waist...refer to the union of a lotus and vajra..."
Kali's fierce appearances have been the subject of extensive descriptions in several earlier and modern works. Though her fierce form is filled with awe- inspiring symbols, their real meaning is not what it first appears
"...the originator of families, the preserver of the established order and the perpetuator of traditions...As the Great Goddess rules the heavens, her earthly counterpart, the woman, rules the home..."
Oil Painting on Canvas Artist: Anup Gomay 36 inch Width X 48 inch Height
Peacock Pairs and Fish Pond
Madhubani Painting on Hand Made Paper Folk Painting from the Village of Madhubani (Bihar) Artist: Vibhuti Jha 10 inch x 29 inch
Shri Siddha Gopala Yantra - Yantra for the Childless Couples
Copper 6 inch X 7 inch
Shri Dhumavati Pujan Yantra
Brass 3.5 inch X 3.5 inch
Krishna and Balarama Kill the Wrestlers with the Tusks of the Elephant Kuvalayapida
Water Color on Paper 10.5 inches X 6.8 inches
A Jain Sadhavi from Svetambara Sect
Water Color on Paper Artist: Kailash Raj 6.0 inches X 5.5 inches