"...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..."
"...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..."
"The earliest term applied to the divine feminine... is Shakti... Specifically, Shakti means power, force and feminine energy. She represents the fundamental creative instinct underlying the cosmos, and is the energizing force of all divinity, of every being and every thing... The yoni or female generative organ is... venerated for its obvious properties of fertility and growth... While Durga is the most potent icon to express the aggressive and destructive behavior of Shakti, Lakshmi is the quintessential goddess who proclaims her creative aspect... (It) is emphasized in the Gandharva Tantra (that) 'She who is the sun, moon, and fire, lays down the purusha (male) and enjoys him from above.'..."
Tibetan Buddhist Solitary Hero
Tibetan Thangka Painting Size of Painted Surface 18 inch X 28 inch Size with Brocade 31 inch X 43 inch
Village Life in Rajasthan
Batik Painting On Cotton 56 inches x 35 inches
Tibetan Buddhist Goddess White Tara Mandala with Syllable Mantra (Large Size)
Tibetan Thangka Painting Size of Painted Surface 29.5 inch X 29.5 inch Size with Brocade 41 inch X 53 inch
All The Gods in Om
Water Color Painting on Paper Artist:Kailash Raj 11.5 inch X 8.0 inch
Water Color Painting On Silk Fabric 1.5 feet X 2.4 feet
Vishwamitra and Menaka
Oil Painting on Canvas Artist Om Prakash Saini 36 inch Width x 48 inch Height