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VISUAL ARTS : BEACONSFIELD PS

MANDALAS
by Year 6

(Installed 22/12/ 2000)


Emma
An aid to Meditation


GraceW.
A Sanskrit word meaning circle.


Jessie
Most commonly associated with Tibet and India,
mandalas have been used by many cultures across time.
–Tibetan Buddhist sand mandalas.
–Navajo Indians also use sand mandalas.
–The Rose Window in a Christian Church.
–The Hindu Mandala-Yantra.
–The Aborigines use the circle as an important symbol in their drawings.
–Ancient labyrinths in the natural environment.

Katie
The mandala’s circular structure represents the cosmos and the search
for unity and oneness with yourself.
A power point presentation I created about Mandalas to use with my Art class
Warning: a 1681kb download.
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