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The Sacred Indian Tarot is a compilation of Indian mysticism as well as the ancient spiritual powers of Tarot. This Tarot card set is considered to be a wonderful blending of two different mystic worlds and this amalgamation is said to improve spiritual prowess.

The Sacred Indian Tarot is a comprehensive guide that offers a better understanding on the secrets of Indian mythology, by combining it with Tarot. It is believed to provide peace and tranquility to those who read and meditate with the decks. This is an apt acquisition for those seeking to unburden their minds and spiritual guidance.

The decks are designed such that they are in perfect harmony with the depictions Indian mythological tales like that of the Ramayana and Mahabharata. These decks can be used to meditate as well as to read. The book was published by Om Books in 2011 and is available as a set of cards.

  • Reading level: 16.00+ years
  • Cards: 102 pages
  • Publisher: Om Books (2011)
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 13.1 x 4.8 x 17 cm

The chakra spread and the karmic spread are new and refreshing ways to read the tarot as it gives an Indian insight into the use of the deck. The Sacred India Tarot is unique in its synthesis of two mystical and meditational streams of world culture – the Tarot and Indian mythology. They blend amazingly well without compromising their own truths and cultural integrity. This is the first and only Tarot deck to work solely within the parameters of sacred Indian mythology – almost the only living mythology today. Millions of people daily worship, or meditate upon, the deities depicted within. This gives The Sacred India Tarot an unmatched spiritual power and contemporary resonance. The Major Arcana depicts the archetypal forms of the gods and goddesses of India. The Indian epics, the Ramayana and Mahabharata, form two of the themes depicted in the suits of the Minor Arcana. Other themes in the suits include the life of the Buddha, and the great love story of the culture – that of Shiva and Parvati. This stunningly beautiful deck is designed for readings as well as for meditation. The comprehensive, knowledgeable text in the accompanying Handbook explains the illustrations as well as their context within the Tarot. It provides insights on various aspects of Tarot, Indian mythology, card meanings, doing readings, and also includes unique spreads using Indian symbolism.

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