A disease; a painful situation caused by a physical or mental ailment. And when it comes to anger and frustration, it’s no less than a disease.
The above lines are quoted by me, which simply say , that to be free from the hateful disease called anger ; take one dose of a smile and you’ll be cured.
I hope you all enjoyed this piece! I did the background myself (📷) , and brought this quote for everyone who wants to smile. So just smile as you read this and with this note I end my blog. Thank you for visiting my blog! Stay connected!
The word mandala in Sanskrit means a circle. It is a ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, which represents the universe. The circular designs symbolize that life is never ending and everything is connected. It also represents spiritual journey within an individual. It has its origin in the Indian subcontinent.
Getting to know about this wonderful art , I tried my hands at it. So here you will find what I created.
The basic requirements to make a mandala are –
A sheet of paper
thin marker / any ink pen would do
(optional) thicker marker
To make the best of it, you should have finishing and clarity in your strokes and a lot of patience.
I personally loved this experience and would definitely make a lot of mandalas. I am new at it and don’t have much experience at this, though I enjoyed this thoroughly. This art has a cultural touch as well as gives a relaxing feel to your mind. Try some small designs at first ; to get a slight idea about it. There are a lot of beautiful creations on the internet , so you would definitely get a lot of help.
So that’s it for this blog! Hope you like my art and try this. I tried sharing my art on the page on which I had been working since a long time. Stay in touch!
The above self written quote “Live to learn, Learn to dream, Live to dream ” simply tells that learning and dreaming is where the essence of living lies. If you live, you have to learn and to dream you have to live.
Hope you enjoyed this piece! I am back after quote a long time and brought this one for you all! Thank you for visiting my blog! Stay connected!