Yin & Yang

Yin & Yang

Yin & Yang

This Digital Art is dedicated to my hubby Ramakrishnan Parthasarthy We are as different as the sun and the Moon.We are apart yet follow each other just like the cycle of nature. Literally!
Yin & Yang is a Chinese concept that talks about how apparently opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary, interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.

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65 thoughts on “Yin & Yang

  1. That is an interesting concept.. I have a piece on similar lines which i co -wrote with a friend of mine. The Sun’s piece is done by me and the moon’s by my friend. When I saw this art it was like a deja-vu. The mention of ying and yang also kind of reminded me of the same concept in Japanese depicted by the black and white Koi fish which is a tattoo concept to be done . Thank you for bringing back these thoughts with your post

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  2. That is an interesting concept.. I have a piece on similar lines which i co -wrote with a friend of mine. The Sun’s piece is done by me and the moon’s by my friend. When I saw this art it was like a deja-vu. The mention of ying and yang also kind of reminded me of the same concept in Japanese depicted by the black and white Koi fish which is a tattoo concept to be done . Thank you for bringing back these thoughts with your post

    Liked by 1 person

  3. I think I could say the same about my hubby…. in some ways we are very different, but others we are so alike. We fit together and make it work πŸ™‚
    Thanks for the visit over at CTB πŸ˜€ and checking out so many of my posts. Much appreciated.

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