The Yin & Yang

The Yin & Yang

The Yin & Yang

If we want an appropriate symbol to describe the union of Radhakrishna there is one, and only one, available in the Chinese language: it is called yin and yang. Chinese is a pictorial language with a picture for every thing and every word. It has a picture representing yin and yang, the Chinese symbol for the universe. This symbol is in the form of a circle whose circumference is made up of two fish, one white and the other dark. The tail of each fish is in the mouth of the other, and thus they make a complete circle, representing the universe. One half of the circle, made up of the white fish, is exhibited in darkness, and the other half made up of the dark fish, is exhibited in light. The white fish represents yang, the masculine active principle in nature, and the dark fish represents yin, the feminine passive principle in nature – and yang and yin combine with each other to produce all that comes to be.
– Osho (Krishna: The Man and His Philosophy)

Medium: Oil colours on Canvas

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Original Painting – Framed
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A5 (148 x 210 mm) Rs.150 Buy now!
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