The deck is stunningly beautiful. I love these beautifully Illustrated cards! A lot of thought must have gone into the highly detailed artwork and well thought out concepts. The colors and intensity of the colors are magnificent! My go to deck for any questions in day to day life. The small book that comes with the deck has explanation so clear that it helps you instantly answers the question. What I especially like about it is that the symbology has been stripped down to its purest essence. You can layer them together to see a whole story! Definitely adds another dimension to the way I read and understand tarot. I always wanted to learn tarot and this is a beautiful beginning for self learners.
—Sahithya G., USGS customer
The deck brings out deep wisdom in a very simple but powerful way. The cards have unbelievably beautiful visuals of Indian mythology, and the guide book connects them to everyday life in a very easy and straightforward way. The guidance in each card is so simple, intuitive, wise and well thought out. Highly recommend this deck for anyone interested, no experience in Oracle or Indian mythology or spirituality necessary.
—Meyya M., USGS customer
“These cards are rich with insights and wisdom from Indian legends and Hindu epics! They will transport you into another world, while also anchoring you to your current reality…I love the equilibrium of 25 female and 25 male cards – the perfect Yin-Yang balance! I’m in love with this deck…The artwork by Rahul Das is exquisite! Anyone who’s into divination should get a copy right away! I won’t be surprised if they become a household name one day.”
“The deck is very beautiful, the image feels like returning to the wild, early days. The message of the card is quite subtle and humane when combined with the honest image of the card. The shuffle is very smooth and easy to use. The feeling is increasing the frequency for yourself."
—Mystic House, Vietnamese bookstore
An excellent purchase. Very happy with the detailed descriptions, quality of the cards, and beautiful images of Indian mythology. Provides practical guidance and is beginner-friendly.
—Sigs, Amazon customer
It is pretty, concise and beautifully explained. The cards have such very appealing artwork and short and educational stories from tales from Indian mythology.
—Vanshika, Amazon customer
The deck is so informative. Explains so well about the Hindu gods and their stories, from different epics. The deck has guided me to understand myself and what needs to be done better in my life to have the best life!!! Would recommend to people who don’t know how to read cuz it’s that easy to understand!!!!
—Nirmal K., Amazon customer
The theme of the deck is insights from traditional Indian mythology and teachings. In the Introduction to the book the author gives us some background about the importance of these stories in India and in their own life growing up. Hind, as they tell us, is what the Persians and Arabs used to call India long, long ago. There are 50 cards, of standard US Games cardstock, with a beautiful tiger and peacock image on the back. The cards are split into 25 stories focused on a female character followed by 25 on a male. The artwork, digitally done, is dramatic as well as beautiful, depicting an element of each story. The guidebook is a good size and with 172 pages contains a lot of information. After the Introduction and a piece on How to Begin, each card description has the story (a simpler shortened form by the author), Questions to ask yourself, Actions to take, and Messages. The stories themselves are interesting and the wisdom is clear. Some are brutal, some speak of gentleness. The author has also included some spreads at the back of the book including an interesting one that draws on the energy of the male/female split. Beginners would love this deck because the author really supports you in learning from each card in a myriad of ways. And the experienced would love it not least because of the stories and images. The images on the cards and their titles do allow for intuitive reading but really you want to know the stories. And actually you could just not bother with the cards and read the book, but of course you’d miss out on the artwork then. I think the deck wanted me to know it is here when I need to ground myself or be reminded of how to be in good relationship with others and the world around me. As the title of the deck suggests, there is a lot of wisdom here and the author does a great job of making that relevant to us now. I love this deck and cannot recommend it enough. Now forgive me whilst I settle down with my cup of tea and lose myself in the Epics of Hind!
—Alison Clayton-Smith, Reviewer
Tarot Association of the British Isles