Mandal Duvet Covers
These astonishing hand printed mandala duvet covers are made in India with a lot of attention to detail. Intricacy in prints & color combinations are the true…
GHOOMER MANDALA DUVET COVER The Ghoomer mandala resembles to the culture and festivals of Rajasthan a northern state of India. Ghoomar is a traditional as well as an enthusiastic folk dance of Rajasthan. This folk dance gets its name from ‘ghoomna’ it is performed by women in swirling robes, and accompanied by men and women singing together. Fascination starts when colours of the flowing ‘Ghaghara’, the long skirt of the Rajasthani women flows during
GANGA MANDALA DUVET COVER Ganga is sacred river in India. Ganga is considered to be soul purifying in Hinduism because it absorbs and removes impurities. The name "Ganges", ending in "-es", came to English via Latin from Ancient Greek sources, particularly from accounts of Alexander the Great's wars, which entered India. It is worshiped as Goddess Ganga in Hinduism.
BRAHMA MANDALA DUVET COVER Brahma the Lord of knowledge is often referred to as the progenitor or great grandsire of all human beings. He also symbolizes supreme energy source for all. Red being the color of supreme energy & extremely excited electrons brings out an electrifying endurance to its vicinity. The universal energy flows through it in form of radiance & glory.
YAMUNA MANDALA DUVET COVER Yamuna is the goddess of rivers, also known as Yami, is the daughter of Surya, the Sun god. Yamuna, according to the legends, is closely related to Lord Krishna and by taking bath in the Yamuna River people are liberated and become Krishna conscious.
PRITHVI MANDALA DUVET COVER Prithvi refers to mother earth in Hindi. This word coming from the Vedas, mean - a planet which holds everything. Also, amongst all the worlds Prithvi or earth has been told to be life bearer. Just like the layers of mother earth, this mandala has six concentric layers. Hence we have named it Prithvi Mandala.
MARUTI MANDALA DUVET COVER Maruti is another name for Lord Hanuman. He is known to be the ardent devotee of Lord Rama. The vibrant red, mustard and coral orange mix to form the “ sindoor “ color which is a significant color of Lord Hanuman in India. Bring home this vibrant and energetic Maruti mandala and rejuvenate your life.
Shakti Mandala Duvet Covers Shakti, also known as ‘the Cosmic energy or Soul of the world’. This contrasting manadala is full of dynamic elements like fire, energy, power & life enriching the space with its vibrancy. It is termed as the manifestation of creative principle. You too can bring life to your space with our Shakti Mandala.
GAYATRI MANDALA DUVET COVER Gayatri is in fact the name applied to one of the most well known Vedic hymn consisting of twenty-four syllables. This hymn is addressed to god Surya (sun) as the supreme generative force. This enduring mandala with vivid colors depicts the power of Gayatri mantra (hymn). It is a must when you meditate and connect to God.
Gaja Mandala Duvet Cover Named after the marching elephants in the print, Gaja meaning Elephant in Hindi has been taken for this manadala. This symbolizes the ongoing life chakra & the prosperity at each new step. This also depicts the spirit of moving forward in life.
Ganesha Mandala Duvet Cover Ganesha is the symbol for prosperity in Hinduism. He is known to be the remover of obstacles. He is the God of knowledge, wisdom & new beginnings. Green color symbolizes eternal energy for growth and evolution of everything. The combination of fiery red & mystical blue with fresh green will kick start your lazy day with a bundle of energy ions to keep moving forward.
Shiva Mandala Duvet Cover The ultramarine blue hues depict the deeply cold valleys of Himalaya, which is the home for the Lord of all times Shiva. He is regarded as the patron god of yoga and arts. Shiva refers to the auspicious one. This mandala is dedicated to Shiva meditating in the ice cold Himalayas and the depth of concentration. Take it along on your quest for inner peace.
Bhairava Mandala duvet Cover Bhairava is the frightful form of Lord Shiva. He is dark and fierce. This mandala has the similar fiery red color which stands out and the deep dark blue backdrop makes it more mystical. Due to this contrasting color scheme, we named this extraordinary piece to be Bhairava Mandala.
Chandra Mandala Duvet Cover Chandra or Chand is the planet moon in Hinduism. Chandra is known to be the Lunar God. It plays a very significant role in Hindu mythology. Coming from the Vedas, Chandra is also related to dew and one of the Gods of fertility. He sparkles with a mystical charm in the night. Our Chandra mandala depicts beautiful Chandra in white hues with deep night blue colors.
Kali Mandala Duvet Cover Kali, comes from her consort Kala or Shiva. This is the frightful form of Goddess Parvati. She is also known to be the goddess of power, time and death. This mandala is hence named after her. As the name suggests the color of her skin is black or blackish blue.
Vyom Mandala Duvet Cover Vyom, the word comes from Vyomesh from Hinduism meaning “Vyom” – universe and “esh” – lord. Vyom in short means the entire universe. This discrete manadala is named after Vyom because of its geometrical psychedelic print. A mix of all floral, paisley and geometrical prints is well balanced. Bring home the universal balance with our Vyom Mandala.
Surya Mandala Duvet Cover Surya refers to the “Supreme Light”. He is often depicted riding a chariot harnessed by seven horses which might represent the seven colors of the rainbow or the seven chakras in the body. He is also the most important and empowering part of the solar system in Hindu astrological calculations. He is the ultimate source of light & energy in every form. Bring back the luminous glaze in your life with our Surya Mandala.
Indra Mandala Duvet Covers This mandala is named after Indra – the God of Heaven. He is the God for rain and thunderstorms. The intricate print with misty blue & white color depicts the rainy mood with hail in the air. This mandala is dedicated to the monsoons. The print patterns are similar to snowflakes with a hint of rains at the backdrop.