Naga Kanya Bestowing Treasures (Silk Original) – Tilly Campbell-Allen
A silk painting of the treasure giving Naga Kanya.
Naga Kanya – though strictly speaking she is a Nagi or Nagini whereas the male is a naga – means “daughter of the snake.” She was originally a Hindu figure later adopted by the Buddhist to represent the guardians of treasures, especially concealed teachings. Nagarjuna is said to have received the important Prajnaparamita sutra text from the underworld nagas or snake deities.
Here she offers magic, protection, blessings, prosperity and aligned relationships in all forms, in all planes of existence.
Size: 10.5″ x 16″ (27cm x 41cm)
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