Sacred India Tarot

The Sacred India Tarot brings tarot together with Indian mythology and spirituality. The major arcana depict Indian deities, while the minor suits depict scenes from Indian epics and legends. A deep and beautiful deck for meditation, the serious Indian scholar, or the yoga practitioner.

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Created by Rohit Arya, Jane Adams
Tarot Deck - 82 Cards - Yogi Impressions 2011



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Sacred India Tarot review by Lori Lytle

My sister gave me my copy of the Sacred India Tarot. She travels to India regularly to conduct yoga teacher training programs, and was delighted to find this deck and book set in a small bookshop in Rishikesh, right next to the Ganga. I remember how pleased and excited she was to present it to me, because up until that point neither of us had ever come across anything that so elegantly brought together our respective passions, Tarot and Indian mythology and spirituality.

The Sacred India Tarot is the product of just over a decade of work, a collaboration between its Mumbai based creator, Rohit Arya, and British illustrator, Jane Adams. As a Tarot enthusiast and scholar, Arya came to the conclusion back in 2000 that Indian literature and spirituality meshed so well with the ... read more reviews or write a review.



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More About These Cards

Name: Sacred India Tarot
Creators: Rohit Arya, Jane Adams
Publisher: Yogi Impressions 2011
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 82
Major Arcana: 25
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Rider-Waite-Smith
Strength is 11
Justice is 8

Card Size: 2.75 x 4.50 in. = 6.99cm x 11.43cm
Card Language: English
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: White illustration of the Sri Yantra on an orange background.

Companion Material: 350-page companion book, written by Rohit Arya, is available separately.

Extra Info: Two versions of Death and The World (a male and a female). The deck also includes two Grace Cards, the Blessings of Ganesha (placed at the beginning of the Major Arcana) and the Blessings of Babaji (placed at the end, after The World).






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