Purushartha Postcards
Purushartha Postcards
A limited edition set of five illustrated postcards
In Vedic philosophy moksha (spiritual liberation), dharma (righteousness), kama (pleasure) and artha (wealth) are considered to be the four purushartha (aims) of human existence. These are achieved through the practice of good karma (actions).

Interpreting the spirit of each word through allegory and typography, these illustrations are a contemporary take on ancient concepts.

Created in watercolour, pen and ink, this limited edition set of hand-numbered postcards retails at select stores in India.
Moksha (Salvation)
Dharma (Righteousness)

Kama (Desire)

Karma (Action)
Artha (Wealth)
Purushartha Postcards
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Purushartha Postcards

A limited edition set of five postcards, hand-lettered and rendered in watercolour and ink.
59
674
3
Published:

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