Wednesday, March 25, 2009

aum sūryāya namah

"aum sūryāya namah"
16x20 Inches - Oil on Canvas

The Sun God, the life-giver on earth, is one of the more powerful Gods in Hindu mythology.
He is the visible form of God that a person can see everyday.
Surya has been mentioned andplays a role in the two big Mythogical works: Ramayana (as the father of Sugriva (the Monkey king), the Surya Vanshi kings and Mahabharata as the Father of Karna (The generous one).

"Throughout the dusky firmament advancing, laying to rest the immortal and the mortal, Borne in his golden chariot he cometh, Savitar, God who looks on every creature" - Rigveda

This is a simple representation of the magnificent God in Madhubani Style.

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