Painting Dasara2: Oil Painting No2 Dasara by Alex Prowse PS, now being exhibited at the Chaitanya Jyotie Museum . In 2004,I was a participant in the nine–day festival of the divine Mother, known as Dasara, or Navaratri, at Sathya Sai Baba’s ashram in Puttaparthi, India. This festival had a profound visual as well as spiritual effect on me. The three paintings you see before you represent the essence of the vivid illustrated experiences that I had. The idea of a triptych of three paintings is tied to the threefold division of Dasara into the worship of three aspects of the Mother: Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. In Hindu tradition, during the Dasara festival objects are offered into the flames. Fire is seen in a highly positive way, as being the divine Mother Herself -- the Mother-as-Fire., Chaitanya Jyoti Museum, Puttaparthi Photo: 47780 | Mustseeindia.com
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Painting Dasara2

Painting Dasara2: Oil Painting No2 Dasara by Alex Prowse PS, now being exhibited at the Chaitanya Jyotie Museum .

In 2004,I was a participant in the nine–day festival of the divine Mother, known as Dasara, or Navaratri, at Sathya Sai Baba’s ashram in Puttaparthi, India. This festival had a profound visual as well as spiritual effect on me. The three paintings you see before you represent the essence of the vivid illustrated experiences that I had.
The idea of a triptych of three paintings is tied to the threefold division of Dasara into the worship of three aspects of the Mother: Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. In Hindu tradition, during the Dasara festival objects are offered into the flames. Fire is seen in a highly positive way, as being the divine Mother Herself -- the Mother-as-Fire., Chaitanya Jyoti Museum, Puttaparthi Photo: 47780 | Mustseeindia.com
Oil Painting No2 Dasara by Alex Prowse PS, now being exhibited at the Chaitanya Jyotie Museum . In 2004,I was a participant in the nine–day festival of the divine Mother, known as Dasara, or Navaratri, at Sathya Sai Baba’s ashram in Puttaparthi, India. This festival had a profound visual as well as spiritual effect on me. The three paintings you see before you represent the essence of the vivid illustrated experiences that I had. The idea of a triptych of three paintings is tied to the threefold division of Dasara into the worship of three aspects of the Mother: Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati. In Hindu tradition, during the Dasara festival objects are offered into the flames. Fire is seen in a highly positive way, as being the divine Mother Herself -- the Mother-as-Fire.
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