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Mandalas A – Z
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Aztec Mandalas The Aztecs, one of the greatest cultures in the world, had a unique method of written communication with ...
The Celtic Mandala and its Meaning The Celtic mandala is a symbol of spiritual growth and realizing your heart's desires, ...
Christian Mandalas While mandalas are typically associated with Buddhism and other Eastern religions, the circular shape is equally important in ...
Hindu Mandalas The mandala has a long history of use in India, and it remains one of the most important ...
The Kalachakra Mandala Kalachakra is a black skinned, four-faced god with twelve arms and twenty-four hands. He is the personification ...
Mandala Thangkas My first encounter with Tibetan thangka painting was in the busy streets of Kathmandu. We had gone to ...
Native American Mandala
Native American Mandala The sacred circle shape of the mandala has been used in cultures around the world as a ...
Om Mandala Anyone who has taken a yoga class may be familiar with the “om” meditative chant, but the om ...
Sand Mandalas Sand mandalas are a temporary art form that has long been integral to the practice of Tibetan Buddhism ...
Sri Yantra Mandala
The Sri Yantra Mandala and Its Meaning The Sri Yantra mandala hails from Hindu tantric practice, and is one of ...
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