Indian women
India is a contradiction. India is a luxury and grace, wealth, but the other side of India is poverty. Behind the luxury lies a human tragedy. India is a wealth of culture; faith in the universal God, which manifests itself in various forms.
1. Woman-Ophiuchus (Nagas)
Nagas are creatures that are depicted in the form of snakes with a human torso and a human head, covered with snakes. Nag is the symbol of wisdom.
Snakes are symbols of perpetual motion.
On the head of a woman-ophiuchus is depicted a turban filled with snakes. Snakes are impulsive and drive this woman, she is completely given in slavery to snakes. But despite this, she feels inner harmony, since in India snakes are a symbol of the home and comfort. In this case, Snakes its keepers.

2. A woman with a peacock.
Peacock is a symbol of happiness and immortality. This bird was often taken as pets in Indian families, as a keeper from poisonous snakes.
Instead of a turban, there are feathers of peacock, protect this girl from adversity. Robes and a neck are decorated with numerous ornaments, it is rich and feels itself in protection.

3. The disappeared goddess.
The goddess got lost among the iris field. The sign of extinction is depicted with the help of a translucent garment on which the ornamental fades. Her keeper is a snake on her left shoulder.
All illustrations are combined thematically: a story about Indian cults, beliefs, and contradictions. The snake is a sacred symbol of movement and eternal life, but at the same time, because of poisonous snakes, a no less sacred creature was brought in - a peacock - a symbol of happiness and immortality.
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