I moved on to work for many small businesses in different capacities and had a stint as an assistant for a Madison Avenue gallery specializing in South and South East Asian antiquities. I was able to research countless works of art and came to build an understanding of iconography and symbolism in South Asian art. I especially fell in love with the beauty and playful elegance of Indian miniatures and with the complexities of Buddhist iconography in Tibetan, Nepali, Cambodian and Indian sculptures.
- Read up more about the Asmi range
- Leave a comment on this post with:
- Your life path number (calculate here), or, the number of the Asmi necklace you would like to win, and
- Tell us “What does being a global soul mean to you?“
That’s it! Sapna and I will pick one winner based on the answer. Unfortunately, there are shipping restrictions that don’t allow Sapna to ship jewelry from the US to India, and hence, the giveaway is open only to readers outside of India (baaah! I am crying with you, girls!).
~ Winner Update | Dec 21st, 2011 ~
I want to say thank you to all the people who posted their comments – everyone one of them describes the global soul so beautifully…I will come back and read the comments any time I need some inspiration!
As we journey on our own individual paths, and face our own struggles, it’s comforting and encouraging to remember that there are so many others that are struggling, achieving, living and loving, just like you. No one is alone. What a beautiful thought and I’m quite moved by it!