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With this sculpture R. Mani has created a simple reminder of a simple gesture using his famed sandstone sculpting technique that he is highly recognised for. This 2.5 foot abstract piece depicts the ’Namaskar’ mudra, which like all mudras is deeply rooted in the science of Yoga. It is a common greeting in Indian and various Southeast Asian cultures and is derived from the Sanskrit language as a gesture of obeisance, recognising the source of creation in all life. By including this piece in your own home, it can serve as a daily reminder of the source of creation within you.
Artist - R. Mani ( Chenai, India)
R. Mani born in 1965 , is originally from Mahabalipuramlocated in Tamil Nadu state, South India. Influenced by Gupta and Kushan art periods, the artist specialises on traditional Indian Gods and Godesses. His inspiration is often sourced from world famous historic temples like Khajuraho and Meenakshi. R. Mani uses traditional Indian materials such as Sandstone, Granite and Soft stone. Mani was brought up surrounded by art. His father, Dhruva Pratap was a well-known sculptor and maintained and restored the sculptures of the famous Konark Temple in South India, passing on his skills to his son. Holder of two awards from the President of India, he is especially well known for his Buddha sculptures. He imbues his Buddha faces with such serenity and a sense of blissfulness that it’s no surprise they are used by so many to assist in deep meditation in some of the leading meditation centres around the world.
Size - 77cm x 49cm x 26cm
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