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Like a Chocolate Milkshake by Riya Chandiramani

$8,530.00

  • Medium:
    Acrylic on Paper
  • Size: 41 cm (W) X 52 cm (H)
  • References Hanuman, the Monkey-god, who is usually depicted lifting a mountain and flying across the ocean to rescue a trapped Sita the wife of the prince Rama (Ramayana), who has been kidnapped by an evil king. The lotuses signify purity, because when Sita is saved, she has to prove her purity (virginity) and the fact that she didn’t have any sexual relations with the kidnapper by sitting in fire and if she survived she was ‘pure’. It also represents how even though Hanuman is saving her, she is the daughter of the Earth and responsible (metaphorically) for the sky, the mountains, the water – all life forms. Features Riya’s signature mountain-breasts that are in a few pieces.

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Like a Chocolate Milkshake by Riya Chandiramani

$8,530.00

  • Medium:
    Acrylic on Paper
  • Size: 41 cm (W) X 52 cm (H)
  • References Hanuman, the Monkey-god, who is usually depicted lifting a mountain and flying across the ocean to rescue a trapped Sita the wife of the prince Rama (Ramayana), who has been kidnapped by an evil king. The lotuses signify purity, because when Sita is saved, she has to prove her purity (virginity) and the fact that she didn’t have any sexual relations with the kidnapper by sitting in fire and if she survived she was ‘pure’. It also represents how even though Hanuman is saving her, she is the daughter of the Earth and responsible (metaphorically) for the sky, the mountains, the water – all life forms. Features Riya’s signature mountain-breasts that are in a few pieces.

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References Hanuman, the Monkey-god, who is usually depicted lifting a mountain and flying across the ocean to rescue a trapped Sita the wife of the prince Rama (Ramayana), who has been kidnapped by an evil king. The lotuses signify purity, because when Sita is saved, she has to prove her purity (virginity) and the fact that she didn’t have any sexual relations with the kidnapper by sitting in fire and if she survived she was ‘pure’. It also represents how even though Hanuman is saving her, she is the daughter of the Earth and responsible (metaphorically) for the sky, the mountains, the water – all life forms. Features Riya’s signature mountain-breasts that are in a few pieces.

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Dimensions 41 × 52 cm

References Hanuman, the Monkey-god, who is usually depicted lifting a mountain and flying across the ocean to rescue a trapped Sita the wife of the prince Rama (Ramayana), who has been kidnapped by an evil king. The lotuses signify purity, because when Sita is saved, she has to prove her purity (virginity) and the fact that she didn’t have any sexual relations with the kidnapper by sitting in fire and if she survived she was ‘pure’. It also represents how even though Hanuman is saving her, she is the daughter of the Earth and responsible (metaphorically) for the sky, the mountains, the water – all life forms. Features Riya’s signature mountain-breasts that are in a few pieces.

Additional information

Dimensions 41 × 52 cm