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The River (poster)


    Internationally recognized artist Ma Jaya painted the picture on this poster. It represents the river Ganges in India and holds a significant place in Ma Jaya’s spiritual teachings and life. Ma Jaya wrote a long poem about a life lived at the edge of the Ganges – in metaphor and in reality. Visit our book section to learn more. A brief excerpt from the poem appears below the painting. The art of Ma Jaya is classified as “outsider” art – works created by a person with no formal art training that are simultaneously autobiographical and mystical. Reviewers call her art work “strongly individual and compellingly fresh.” In Ma Jaya’s art work she shares her spiritual vision with us. You’ll notice the poster’s bold use of color reflecting the passion with which Ma Jaya embraces spirituality. With her art, Ma Jaya seeks to bridge the gap between mystical experience and language. You can see more of Ma Jaya’s art on the Kashi website. Just go to the Kashi Ashram website and visit Ma’s Teachings. At the end of each article is a photo of one of Ma’s pictures.

    • Poster size: 22” x 28”.
    • The river Ganges is a continuing and central theme in Ma Jaya’s teachings and art.
    • A poem in remembrance of people who died from AIDS is below the painting. It reads: “Young men and women now die by my River, We are all the widows who cry by my River, 1008 candles drift on the leaves by my River, They light the hope of the many that live by my River.”

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