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Art of South East Asia

Museum puzzle from the San Antonio Museum of Art. Test your own knowledge and use clues from the Museum's online collections to solve this week's puzzle.
Hindu god known as the creator
Sanskrit for "circle", a geometric, symbolic diagram often used as an instrument of meditation.
A transcendent state where there is neither suffering or desire
Hindu god known as the destroyer
In Hinduism, is worshiped as the goddess of love, tenderness, compassion and devotion.
One who is able to reach enlightenment but delays doing so to help others
Sanskrit for "that which carries, that which pulls". Denotes the being, typically an animal or mythical entity, a particular Hindu deity is said to use as a vehicle.
Begging bowl used by Buddhist monks
Contrapposto pose used in Indian art
Remover of obstacles
The female counterpart of the Yogi.
The female energy to create and destroy
Colorful, pigmented material used in the creation of the mandala at SAMA.
Rolled scroll
Symbolic hand gestures
Sanskrit for "infinite light"
The concept that nothing lasts forever
Criss cross legged lotus sitting position
Hindu god known as the preserver
Sacred flower in Asian art and religion
Type of sculpture where the images stands out from the background