Translating faith & crafting The Unimaginable



“Faith: Dias πŸͺ” & 🌍 of all living and non-living things” is an extraordinary art installation presented in the Puja Prayer πŸ™ room. This captivating work of art serves as a profound exploration into the essence of faith, translating the intangible and crafting the unimaginable. #installationartist

The installation calls upon us to integrate our body, mind, and spirit, fostering a pure, loving, and blissful life in harmony with all living creatures and non-living elements on Earth. It invites a holistic approach to existence, recognizing the interconnectedness of all things.

At the core of this installation is the representation of faith through carefully chosen symbols. Hand-painted 🌸 & 🍎 & πŸ¦‹, among other dias, come together to symbolize the Almighty with a larger, more profound meaning. Each element is meticulously crafted to convey the essence of faith as the ultimate alchemist, capable of transforming and transcending.

This artistic creation encourages us to reflect on the universal aspects of faith that go beyond cultural and religious boundaries. It invites individuals to appreciate the beauty of diversity and find common ground in the shared experience of existence. As we immerse ourselves in the symbolism of the installation, we are reminded of the interconnected tapestry of life, where faith becomes a unifying force that transcends differences.

In the Prayer πŸ™ room, this installation becomes a sacred space for contemplation, inviting individuals to explore their own beliefs and connect with the collective spirit of all living and non-living things. Through the artful arrangement of symbols and the intentional blending of elements, “Faith: Dias πŸͺ” & 🌍” stands as a testament to the transformative power of faith in crafting a harmonious and interconnected world.

Fabric Type

Cotton, Velvet, Suede, Chenille, Cotton Print


Ash Grey, Coco Walnut, Dusky Biege, Khaki, Lime Green, Slate Grey

Leg Finish

Coco Walnut, Warm Cedar


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