This unique work of art makes it proper to use in the home shrine for purposes of puja worship and meditation. It was painstakingly composed in Chennai, South India, in 1991 by Mrs. Sarjoja Nagarathnam. The artist took quill in hand and literally wrote hundreds of thousands of times the holy mantrams Om Sou Saravanabhava Namaha in the Tamil language for Skanda's body and in English everywhere else. Every single line and shade, every nuance, was created by patiently scribing these sacred syllables, so minuscule they are barely visible to the unaided eye, even in the original. Suitable for framing, this art should be handled and kept in a solemn and religious manner. The size is 8 1/2" x 11"