The wheel of life
Bhavachakra(Sanskrit; Pāli: bhavachakra; Tibetan: srid pa'i 'khor lo) is a symbolic representation of saṃsāra (or cyclic existence). The bhavacakra consists of the pig, rooster and snake in the hub of the wheel representing the three poisons of ignorance, attachment and aversion.
The second layer represents karma.
The third layer represents the six realms of samsara.
The fourth layer represents the twelve links of dependent origination.
The fierce figure holding the wheel represents impermanence.
The moon above the wheel represents liberation from samsara or cyclic existence.
The Buddha pointing to the white circle indicates that liberation is possible.
Painting: Hand Painting with Pure 24 carat gold.
Size: Approx 80cmx100cm.