Exotic India makes available to you paintings from the Tantric tradition. These include some scenes but also a wide selection of yantras for your spiritual practice. All of these works are available to you through our convenient online shopping experience. That means with a few clicks, you can have our beautiful tantra paintings for sale arrive at your door. These works include chakras, images of goddesses, Mahadyas, and imagery from Indian occult traditions. But the largest portion of this collection are yantras, one of the most important arts in all of human religious history.
Yantras are essentially mystical diagrams. Artists will create them to aid the worshipper in contemplating a deity, or to create influence in the world. For this reason, practitioners of Tantra find these objects to be of incredible importance. Yantras can be used in meditation. It is said that these diagrams depict a specific god in abstract form. By contemplating the yantra, one can grow closer to the true nature of a deity. These yantras might also be powered by mantras, which are often found written on the same material. In this way, yantras bring worshippers into contact with the divine.
Most yantras have designs that build off of the bindu, a central point. Often, they will have simple geometric shapes that interact within an outer square. This outer square frequently has gates to the four cardinal directions. Other common motifs in yantras include pentagrams, lotuses, and mandalas. These works of art are not only beautiful, but also important spiritual technology. They are essential in the practice of Tantra. That’s why Exotic India brings you so many options of Tantra paintings. With more than 1000 to choose from, you will find what you need here at our online store.
Q1. What is the basis of Tantra
basis of Tantra art is the human body. Tantric rituals,
textual traditions, and artistic expressions have the human form at their core,
which is guided in Tantra to experience and achieve supreme consciousness through
Tantric theory and practice.
Q2. What do you mean by Tantric
paintings are essentially collections of symbols, syllables, and patterns which
help structure the external world and the internal world of the Tantric
initiate. These paintings can include stunning representations of Tantric deities,
Tantra gurus, or more esoteric Yantra (ritual devices) to be used in Tantric
Puja and sadhana (focused and guided efforts to achieve higher levels of
consciousness or a singular goal).
Q3. What is the ultimate goal of
ultimate goal of Tantra is oneness or “Advaita” with the divine principle. When
the Sadhaka or the Tantric initiate achieves this state, “Paramananda” or
ultimate bliss is experienced by them and supreme consciousness leads the soul
to Moksha or salvation.
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