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Kundalini Greeting Card featuring the painting Kundalini Shakti by Vrindavan Das

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Kundalini Shakti Greeting Card

Vrindavan Das

by Vrindavan Das



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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Kundalini Shakti.

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Comments (5)

Rick Hansen

Rick Hansen

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Murellos Design

Murellos Design

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Irina Sztukowski

Irina Sztukowski

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Michael African Visions

Michael African Visions

This is a great work Vrindavan Das. From foot/root/tail to head/crown/moon it carries a lot of symbolism and as well as contrasts between the light and dark. I like the alignment of the three bodies to formed a single unit to represent this concept. It represents connectivity between different elements of spirituality. Its a very dark painting in a sense because of the symbolism of death and the lighting but also because Shiva's expression looks detached but there is a hint of remorse or sadness in this expression. As if in this moment he is facing the darkness of this existence, yet from another perspective it is light with the mood glowing to create a warm background and it appears from this perspective that Shiva is experiencing a slight sense of joy or bliss. Intriguing work.

Vrindavan Das replied:

Thank you. Shiva is everything. Light and Darkness is to parts of dual world and Shiva beyond that.

John Alexander

John Alexander

Amazing work as always my friend. Thank you for sharing this masterwork.

Vrindavan Das replied:

Thank you John.

Artist's Description

Kundalini Shakti.

About Vrindavan Das

Vrindavan Das

Vrindavan Das attended P.P.Benkov art college and terminated studies in 1987 and obtained an oil painting degree. He traveled to India in 1996 and studied Vedic culture. There he participated a painting project in a Vedic cultural center in New Delhi. He also cooperated with painting projects in Belgium, U.K and U.S.A. He held an exhibition in Dharmasala (Himalayas) and Moscow (Russia). His paintings are in various private collections in the West and in India. His artistic research centers on relationship between human and the divine. He tries to blend western technique with eastern miniature. You can see profile page of Yuliya Glavnaya, student of Vrindavan Das. She presented paintings about buddhist and vedic culture as well as...