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The Ancient Indian Tiger

The Ancient Indian Tiger


Title - "The Ancient Indian Tiger"


Edition 12.


The quote of Inspiration for creating this artwork:

"The purpose of our lives is to be happy." -Dalai Lama


This quote is encrypted in Braille Language (blind text) within the artwork.


India is a sanctuary for Tiger, as it is one of the few places you can see these creatures in the wild. Indian mythology references the Tiger as the big cat. Not only is it believed that it brings grain in drought, it is also thought to promote fertility, protect children from nightmares, fight dragons, and heal the sick.


The God Vaghadeva is known as the Tiger God and is believed to protect the forest. There is even a tribe in Central India that believes they are descendants of the beast.


In a region north of Mumbai, harvested crops are donated to its honour, with the animal a symbol of life and regeneration.


"The Ancient Indian Tiger"  

Variable Size's up to 1170mm x 800mm

Printed on Archival Hahnemühle Fine Art Print Paper, with white boarder. Please note other surfaces are available on request.

Please contact us if you need any custom sized prints.


This limited edition print of 95 is now available.


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The characteristics of the razor sharp ultraHD Archival Print are exhibited perfectly. The light enhances the appearance, making the colors and depth really pop. .Global shipping costs will vary, the value of costs will appear in your shopping cart once delivery location is entered



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