A psychedelic tiger's face emerges from the Sri Yantra. Prismacolor coloured pencils.
The Sri Yantra is a Hindu mandala composed of nine interlocking triangles: four upright triangles, representing Shiva the masculine, and five downward triangles representing Shakti the feminine. They form 43 smaller triangles, which are arranged in 9 'levels'. This is surrounded by a lotus of 8 petals and a lotus of 16 petals. The dot in the centre is the Bindu point and represents the final stage of meditation. Each level corresponds to a mudra and yogini, and a specific form of the deity Tripura Sundari along with her mantra. Each individual petal and triangle has an assigned name and meaning as well.