Fish Mandala Art

$178


A Mandala is of great importance in Hinduism and Buddhism, representing the universe. The Sanskrit meaning of mandala is ‘circle’ symbolic of fullness and that life is never-ending and everything is connected. Mandalas are often used as images of meditation which when focused on seriously can bring profound inner transformation. Placing a mandala painting on your wall is a way of decorating your home with spirituality; the intense formations and colours are a way of relaxation, just like leaving a part of yourself in the paintings of the mandala. The Madhubani fish mandala art shown here has its roots in the known Mithila village of Bihar, where creativity and perfection are characteristic aspects of every individual.


With the dull golden self textured background, every other colour-red, pink, orange, yellow, green, blue and black, is highlighted with brightness, having every pattern perfectly distinguished. Every colour used in this fish mandala painting holds a symbolic beneficial significance. All the four corners are decorated with a pair of fish each, symbolic of the auspicious ‘the pair of golden fish’ Ashtamangala symbol of Buddhism representing optimism, happiness and the auspiciousness of all conscious beings in a state of complete fearlessness.


The dominant layers of rings in the centre are painted in the artist’s professional skills with each layer is designed in a wavy style with fish figures and lotus flowers embellished on it. Every layer has a unique set of designs; starting from the outermost one, the blue colour with the red flowers gives a beautiful contrast of shades. The next two hold a similar type, with the lotus flowers and fishes occupied in the entire rings respectively. The next two layers have the fish and flower together placed alternatively, separated by a thin wave. The innermost tier is designed in a leafy web for balanced art. Extended circumference with patterns of flowers and diyas fills the canvas with a beautiful combination of aspects of nature and light.


The best place to hang this Madhubani mandala painting is behind the bedhead, in the entryway of behind the sofa to outshine its actual beauty and spirituality.

Item Code: PZ68
Specifications:
Madhubani Painting on Hand Made Paper, Folk Painting from the Village of Madhubani (Bihar)
29.0 inch X 21.0 inch
Handmade
Handmade
Free delivery
Free delivery
Fully insured
Fully insured
100% Made in India
100% Made in India
Fair trade
Fair trade
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