Emanating Gold EhVam
The iconic eh-vam monogram combining two Sanskrit letters eh ཨེ་ and vam ཝཾ་ in Wartu script.
Pronounced eh-wam by Tibetans. This iconic symbol of deep sacred meaning, is often found as shield decoration on the outside on Tibetan temples and as a talisman within homes.
Equaled to the highest Tantra of the Kalachakra monogram, it is said that the display of this powerful symbol brings protection and harmony to the surrounding environment.
This particular rendition was taught to Tashi by a Lama at Ralong monastery in Sikkim. Illuminated in real gold leaf, the symbol is lifted by soft shaded ink auras radiating in all directions, a style traditionally used in Tibetan Thangka painting, to surround Buddhas, Deities and celestial beings.
Issued with this artwork is a Certificate of Authentication with description, which serves as provenance, as well as a recipe of value for insurance purposes.