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Endless Knot - Black Marble (19 cm)

Endless Knot - Black Marble (19 cm)

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The Endless Knot, known by various names such as the Infinity Knot, Eternal Knot, or Mystic Knot, embodies profound symbolism encompassing the cycles of birth, death, and rebirth, the interconnectedness of all things, and the concept of karma. While precise origins off this ancient motif remain elusive, its presence in Eastern traditions traces back to approximately 2500 BC, evidenced by its depiction on clay tablets from the ancient Indus Valley Civilization.

Revered as one of the eight auspicious symbols of Tibetan Buddhism, it is believed to represent the offerings presented to Shakyamuni Buddha upon his attainment of enlightenment, serving as a visual reminder of the profound wisdom and eternal truths inherent in Buddhist teachings.


About the Artist -  A. Sikander

Hailing from a quaint village adjacent to Udaipur in the culturally rich state of Rajasthan, India, A. Sikander stands as a distinguished artist within the Mystik River collective. His expertise lies in the realm of modern art, where he skillfully employs black and white marble to craft exquisite designs imbued with profound spiritual messages. Setting himself apart from his peers, Sikander's unique expression takes shape through abstract forms, deviating from the traditional Indic style.

Among his many masterpieces, notable works such as the "Infinity Sphere" and "Mother & Child" stand as testaments to his creative prowess. Sikander's distinctive approach adds a modern dimension to our collection, enriching the spectrum of artistic expression within the Mystik River family.



Artist: A. Sikander

Origin: Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

Year: 2023

Dimensions: 10cm (h), 19cm (l), 17cm (w)

Weight: 2.5 kg


Note: With all hand-made stone and wood sculptures, there might be some natural erosion with cracks and spots, which adds to the uniqueness of the pieces that we offer here at Mystik River.

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