40th Anniversary Ramayana! Adult T-Shirt

Mount Madonna School 40th Anniversary Ramayana! Adult T-Shirt This special anniversary t-shirt is designed by our Middle/High art teacher and alumna, Erika Rosendale.<br /><br /><br /><br /> <br /><br /><br /><br /> Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, the narrators of our Ramayana story, are the rulers of heaven in a divine union. Shiva, the destroyer of ignorance, and Parvati the fertility goddess and mother of the cosmos, balance the male and female energies between them. This design represents the union of the two dichotomies, embracing the duality, as well as celebrating the partnership. We all have both sides, existing somewhere on the spectrum, hopefully learning to respect both of our extremes, while finding that necessary balance. 0 stars, based on 0 reviews 0 5
$25.00

40th Anniversary Ramayana! Adult T-Shirt

$25.00
40th Anniversary <i>Ramayana!</i> Adult T-Shirt
40th Anniversary <i>Ramayana!</i> Adult T-Shirt
40th Anniversary <i>Ramayana!</i> Adult T-Shirt
40th Anniversary <i>Ramayana!</i> Adult T-Shirt
40th Anniversary <i>Ramayana!</i> Adult T-Shirt
40th Anniversary <i>Ramayana!</i> Adult T-Shirt

40th Anniversary Ramayana! Adult T-Shirt

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This special anniversary t-shirt is designed by our Middle/High art teacher and alumna, Erika Rosendale.

Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati, the narrators of our Ramayana story, are the rulers of heaven in a divine union. Shiva, the destroyer of ignorance, and Parvati the fertility goddess and mother of the cosmos, balance the male and female energies between them. This design represents the union of the two dichotomies, embracing the duality, as well as celebrating the partnership. We all have both sides, existing somewhere on the spectrum, hopefully learning to respect both of our extremes, while finding that necessary balance.