© Shaunak Singh “Sarvanaam”  2013

The best of all essences, the highest.
The Truth, Consciousness and Bliss.

  • Mixed-media on canvas board.
  • Size- 36″x24″

The goal, which all Vedas declare, which all austerities aim at, and which humans desire when they live a life of conscience, I will tell you briefly it is aum.
The one syllable is indeed Brahman. This one syllable is the highest. Whosoever knows this one syllable obtains all that he desires.
he desires.
This is the best support; this is the highest support. Whosoever knows this support is adored in the world of Brahma.

Shaunak Singh.

“Noiseless Voice”

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© Shaunak Singh “Sarvanaam”  2013
“The Truth of Dukkha.” The dukkha of conditioned states, ordinary suffering and change.

  • Arcrylic and oilpastels on paper.
  • Size – 24″x18″

The emphasis on dukkha is not intended to be pessimistic, but rather to identify the nature of dukkha, in order that dukkha (or suffering) may be overcome. The Buddha acknowledged that there is both happiness and sorrow in the world, but he taught that even when we have some kind of happiness, it is not permanent; it is subject to change. And due to this unstable, impermanent nature of all things, everything we experience is said to have the quality of dukkha or dissatisfaction. Therefore unless we can gain insight into that truth, and understand what is really able to give us happiness, and what is unable to provide happiness, the experience of dissatisfaction will persist.

Shaunak Singh.

“Chatvaari Arya Satyani”- I