Golden Kalachakra Mandala is handpainted in Kathmandu Nepal. The Kalachakra Mandala was designed by the Dalai Lama as a visual tool for the Buddhist practitioners.
The central symbol of the lotus, representing the Buddha, is surrounded by a structure that reminds a palace. Every detail of the mandala, each deity, and symbol have both a physical meaning (Outer Kalachakra) and spiritual symbolism (Inner Kalachakra) and they are interconnected by the doors of the structure.
This Mandala is a symbol of inner peace and helps to restore physical and mental balance.