Shakti by Udaya Charan Shrestha

This work by Nepal’s contemporary religious master artist Udaya Charan Shrestha is named Shakti, meaning ‘the power of the universe’ in Sanskrit. It depicts the goddess Mahalaxmi, one of the eight mother goddesses, or Asta Matrika, of the Kathmandu Valley. She is depicted as the principle deity and the other seven goddesses, Sapta Matrika, can be seen below her in the triangles. This painting is in the permanent collection of the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum in Japan. This stunning piece highlights Udaya’s groundbreaking style through its intricate detail, contemporary sensuality and creative originality.

Mahakala Fine Arts has produced this Collector's Edition print so that you can collect this museum quality work of art. This piece is limited to 100 prints and can only be found at Mahakala Fine Arts. It is printed on thick archival paper in the same quality used by top museums worldwide.

With your 68 cm (27 inch) print you will receive an authentication card, numbered and signed by the artist in English and Nepali script.

Mahakala Fine Arts donates a portion of all print sales to social programs in the Himalaya.

If you have questions, please email for more information.

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