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Mandala art is a geometric design that holds a great deal of symbolism in Hindu and Buddhist cultures. Mandala art is a Sanskrit word for “magic circle”. ... Basically mandalas are circles contained within a square and arranged into sections that are all organized around a single, central point.

Uses of Mandala art

1 It improves Spiritual Growth

2 It helpful in meditation

3 also used in healing techniques

Basic Requirement

  • Anyone above 13 years

Skills Covered

  • In future will be mandala artist.

Expert Review

Traditionally, a mandala is a geometric design that represents the cosmos or deities in various heavenly worlds. It's all about finding peace in the symmetry of the universe and the design," says Saudamini Madra.

Fernanda Bonafini, an artist and math professor, started making mandalas just for the joy of it. When you draw a mandala, you feel calmer and more peaceful, and your breathing and heartbeat slow down. Bonafini says the sensations in one's mind and body are very good. 

There are mandalas in different cultures around the world, suggesting it speaks to something deep within every human being. Carl Jung believed that a mandala represents the Self, and the act of drawing one gives the individual a sacred space in which to meet that Self.

He saw mandalas as an effective form of art therapy that calms and comforts people suffering from mental health issues.

Mandalas have been created by Mayans, Aztecs, Australian Aborigines, and European Catholics, but they are most common in Buddhist and Hindu art from the Indian subcontinent.

History :

Buddhist sand mandalas.

Tibetan Buddhist monks have made colored sand diagrams of the cosmos for centuries. Monks enter a flow state by placing each grain of sand intentionally with metal funnels and sticks. By approaching the artwork's center, the viewer encounters the transcendence of self and the reality of a world in which all beings are free of suffering. Following days or weeks of labor, they destroy the mandala to demonstrate the impermanence of all things.

Hindu mandalas.

Known as yantras in Hinduism, mandalas originated in Buddhism. A traditional yantra is square, with a gate on each side of a central circle containing one of the Hindu gods. An artist summons that god through the meditative creation of a mandala in order to discover cosmic truths.

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