The composition in this painting is of neo-tantric(modern) style. Infinite peace & spirituality is depicted in this artwork which can be seen in the pastel shades of green & blue. The Tilak is one of the most significant symbols of Hinduism. In this canvas painting, white & red colour is used to form the Tilak.
Tilak shows faith towards Hindu religion. Below the Tilak, a bow (weapon used by Lord Shri Ram) is formed by the calligraphy of the word ‘Ram’ (in Hindi language withoout Shiro rekha or upper line). Just like a bow makes the arrow powerful, similarly if a human soul(arrow) stays determined on the ‘Ram’(bow) he/she can achieve divine power. A softened/dimmed human figure can be seen above the bow in the painting. It can be seen that the human(soul) in it is positioned to merge with the universal power.
The vibes formed by this painting portrays positivity & supreme peace.
The word ‘Ram’ (In Hindi language without Shiro rekha or upper line) is repeatedly used (zoom the picture to see it) to form a pattern which forms rhythm in this painting. The word refers to Hindu deity Shri Rama. This is one of the most sacred words in Hinduism. Since old times, it is widely believed that regular chanting of this word prevents grief and adversities. ‘Ram’ is believed to be the voice of the soul. Ram is the symbol of virtue, justice, obedience, bravery, valiance, modesty & helpfulness. He shows the victory of good over evil. ‘Ram’ is not just a word, it is a personality through which god took a form of human. The word ‘Ram’ is so sacred & dear that Hindus use this word as a suffix in their names, like ‘Krishnaram’, ‘Gangaram’, ‘Rajaram’, ‘Haldiram’, ‘Atmaram’ etc.
The vibrations generated by this word are very positive & welcoming and that is the reason why Hindus greet each other by saying ‘Ram Ram’ in place of ‘hi’ & ‘hello’.
This sacred word fills the painting with positive vibrations & makes the mind of the viewer pleasant.
Medium : Acrylic colors & Black marker pen on stretched canvas.
Size : 24 x 24 inches (unframed) (1 inch depth)
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