In Hindu philosophy "Māyā" means "illusion" or "Magic". 
In mythology it is also an alternative name of Hindu goddess Durga. She is the goddess of Illusion, the personification of the idea that the material world is illusory. Literally means "the Measurer".
According to tradition, Queen Māyā of Sakya was the name of Siddartha Gautama, the Budhha.

Image connected with Bhuvaneshwari Yantra, which is worshipped to gain mesmerising Personality and Power. Diseases, enemies and problems are banished. Resides in the Heart Chakra. The yantra bestows Wealth and Happiness.
"Maya" / "Illusion"
Los Angeles, CA 2017

"Become the Creator 
of Your Illusion"
©janasolom

Size: 105 x 69 cm
White wood frame. 
Conservation Grade UV Protection Museum Glass.
Printed on Fine Art Hahnemühle Cotton Baryta.
Copies 2/2 AP
Price: 11 000 € Available
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