A mandala is a geometric design that represents the universe in Hindu and Buddhist symbolism. Mandalas often take the form of a circle, with intricate patterns and symbols radiating outward from the center. Mandalas are used as a spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, representing the universe and the belief in a single unified source of all life.
Mandala tapestries are decorative wall hangings or blankets that depict mandalas. These tapestries are often colorful and detailed, and can be used to decorate a wall or used as a meditation aid. Some people believe that the intricate patterns and symmetry of mandalas can help to create a sense of balance and harmony, and can be used as a focus for meditation and contemplation. Mandala tapestries can be made from a variety of materials, including cotton, silk, and polyester, and are available in a range of sizes and styles.