Mandala, the word and its sound itself evoke some very old traditions that denote universe or the self and wholesomeness. Derived from Sanskrit word, मण्डल also known as the circle are a very old ritual and spiritual symbols in various Indian religions that include Hinduism, and Buddhism. In western tradition, Carl Jung in his book described mandala as the manifestation of the self, the wholeness of the self, when everything goes well signifies harmony. Mandala can be broadly described as a geometric form that is a square with four gates that contain a circle with a center point. This form exhibits a radial balance where the shape of every gate resembles a T.
The term Mandala can be traced back to Rigveda as well as the other religions such as Buddhism and Christianity. In Christianity, the indian mandala tapestry represents the rosary, the rosy cross, the crown of thorns, oculi, the aureole, and rose windows. The existence of mandala at home as home decoration wall hanging also represents the dromenon that represents a travel from the surface world to an inner sacred centre that represents the divine soul. When you purchase mandala, an Indian tapestry for giving gift to your loved ones, whether it is your family or a beloved you are not only giving a trendy and exotic home decor product from India a mystic land but are also giving him or her a holy gift that would bring peace and harmony in their life with a divine touch.
In most of the circles, Mandala is considered as bohemian tapestry due to its vivid colors and concepts such as blazing red or ochre blue. However, this notion has been quashed by Carl Jung, a noted psychologist who states in his research that the creation and meditation on the mandala enables a person to integrate, stabilize and re-order his or her inner life. The use of mandala also enables a person to take a break from his or her hectic lifestyle and look closely at the bigger picture. By providing harmony in the home, this home decoration wall hanging makes your home life peaceful and harmonious. Not only that, in his book, Man and his symbols, he further states that mandala as a symbol in this wholesale tapestry signifies not only the restoration of a previously existing order but also expresses to creation of something new that does not exist yet, but is going to bring a new order that emphasizes the peace and harmony.