Mawphlang Stillness


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Artwork Title – Mawphlang Stillness
Series – Global Village
Size – 11 by 14 Inches
Medium – Oil on Ampersand Panel
Framed & Varnished
About the Artwork
Ancient sacred forest ‘Mawphlang’ is located in Meghalaya, India, preserved by the local Khasi tribe . Mawphlang – meaning ‘moss-covered stone’ in Khasi . It is believed to be the abode of the Khasi deity, Labasa, who is said to protect the clan and the village from all harm. It is a popular belief that the deity resides here, it is forbidden to take anything away from there. You only take back the stillness and spiritual experience.  As goes the local saying: “there cannot be a kingdom without a sacred forest, and no sacred forest without a kingdom.” 

Certificate of Authenticity

This painting is my original composition and comes with a certificate of authenticity . I personally guarantee that this painting will last for many years to come. I use nothing but the highest grade archival materials in creating and framing this artwork to ensure that this painting is ready to withstand the ages. If you have any questions about this painting or any concerns please feel free to contact me.


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