This photo is interesting and inspiring. It represents the fact that there is little difference between the sacred and profane because the sacred is the basis of the profane. This is the photo of Indian art and we can see the way body is adorned in Indian culture. The adornment in Indian culture is always rich. It is considered a misfortune when a body is without ornaments. Ornaments serve for protection and for making a body beautiful. Good fortune is associate with being attractive. It is possible that the Indians believe that beauty attracts goo fortune.
The way this figure is adorned is sensuous, like every other Indian creation. This is a sculpture and it depicts a person who is happy and satisfied and self-confident with a purpose in life. The pose of the sculpture is elegant and its body language shows that the woman has now worries. She is satisfied and confident. She probably belongs to upper social classes.
In Indian culture divinity is mixed with the earthly and gods are placed in the realm of the profane world. In that way everyday life is connected with the sacred life. The relationship between the profane and the sacred is harmonious.
The sculpture in this image is a thin woman in shape, who probably practises yoga because she seems to be very healthy and strong. She is powerful and her power comes from the inside. The power is shown on the outside as well.
This image is interesting for me because I like Indian culture. I can see imagination and creativity everywhere in it. That is why it is inspiring and conveys power. One can choose to become like this sculpture in the way its body is adorned and in the body language it shows us. It can serve as a role model.