The Never Not Broken Goddess - Print

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The Never Not Broken Goddess - Print

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Akhilandeshvari’s name is a microcosm: broken up into its parts, it’s a pretty obvious reference to a goddess: Akhila (universe) and Ishwari (sovereign). But the word itself, ‘akhilanda’ apparently can be translated as both ‘always broken’ and ‘never not broken’. She’s one of the main forms of Parvati, the powerful Hindu goddess who also shows up as Durga and the ferocious Kali. Akhilandeshvari rides contentedly on a crocodile, and (I believe) reminds us that incredible power can come from the times we feel most vulnerable and cracked open.

You can choose to have your print hand embellished with metallic gold, which makes the cracks in the goddess’s body shine.

This print comes in two sizes: 8.5x11” and 13x19”. They are both printed with high quality ink on archival matte paper. The smaller prints ship flat in plastic sleeves and rigid mailers, with backing boards for extra protection. The larger prints ship in plastic sleeves and tubes. All prints are printed, embellished, and shipped by little ‘ol me, so please allow 3-5 business days for regular prints to ship, and 5-7 days for embellished prints to ship. Thanks for your patience!

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