Manjushri Tibetan Mandala Art is handpainted by Mandala artists in Kathmandu Nepal. It is handpainted in cotton canvas with natural colors. The size of this mandala is 46*46cm and its weight is 0.1 kg.
Manjushri is presented at the center of the mandala. The Sanskrit word maala means “circle.” Sacred art in Buddhist and Hindu religious traditions frequently takes the form of a mandala.
A square with four gates containing a circle with a center point is the most basic shape of most Hindu and Buddhist mandalas. Each gate is shaped like a T. Radial balance is common in mandalas.
The Manjushri mantra is om a ra pa ca na dhih.