Mandala Bed Sheets
These astonishing hand printed mandala throws are made in India with a lot of attention to detail. Intricacy in prints & color combinations are the true…
KUNDALINI MANDALA TAPESTRY Kundalini is the primal energy located at the base of the spine. This energy is awakened by various spiritual practices like meditation, chanting mantras, performing asana, etc. With the support of Kundalini, meditation becomes easy and effortless. Subtle yet engrossing patterns of this Kundalini throw makes you wonder how ingenious modesty can be.
Prana Mandala Tapestry Prana is seen as a universal energy which flows in currents in and around the body. Prana is often referred to as the "life force" or "life energy". Nature is the source of Prana. Prana throw having embedded intrinsic patterns is inspired from the the universal energy, nature, and co-existence of all beings.
TANTRA MANDALA TAPESTRY Tantra is the hindu science of expanding and liberating the soul. Tantra is to go beyond, so that compulsiveness of the body and mind does not keep us trapped in our limitations. Stimulating Tantra throw empower us to explore the concealed dimensions within oneself.
RUDRA MANDALA TAPESTRY A storm god and embodiment of wildness and unpredictable danger, Rudra is associated with wind or storm and the hunt. Wilderness is an organic way of life. Imperfections bring ingenuity to everything. Rudra throw encourages the little imperfections because of the hand block printing to be seen as an essential part of aesthetics.
MAYA MANDALA TAPESTRY Maya is a central concept in Hindu thought. In ancient Vedic literature, maya implies extraordinary power and wisdom. Māyā is also a spiritual concept connoting "that which exists, but is constantly changing". Mysterious Maya throw creates an aura of magic and uplifting wherever you take it.
SOMA MANDALA TAPESTRY Soma is part of the ancient, yogic and shamanic usage of sacred plants. The Somas in India were mainly special powerful plants growing in mountain, lakes and riverine regions. Pure artistic patterns of Soma throw expresses gratitude towards the nature for availing us with many beautiful gifts.
VEDIC MANDALA TAPESTRY Vedic means of or pertaining to Vedas. Vedas are of eminence importance in Hindu mythology. They are considered the earliest literary record of Indo-Aryan civilization, and the most sacred books of India. Vedic throw unfurl the feel of ancient India through avavistic patterns and shapes.
TAMSA MANDALA TAPESTRY Tamsa river is a tributary of Ganga river flowing through the Indian states of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. This is the river on which Rama spent his first night during the 14 years of forest exile. Tamsa throw is inspired from the simple life that Rama, Sita, and Laxman lived during the exile. It also signifies continuity through its patterns.
ATHARVA MANDALA TAPESTRY Atharva is amongst the favorite names of Lord Ganesh. Atharva signifies auspiciousness. Ganesh, the elephant god, is known for removing obstacles to pave the way for new beginnings. Naming the first artifact from our new collection as "Atharva", we envision these throws to spark a new freshness and charm into your lives and relationships.
GANGAUR MANDALA TAPESTRY Gangaur is one of the most vivid festival rejoiced with great enthusiasm, celebrated all over the Rajasthan. During the grand procession of Gangaur, we see a colorful show of elephants, chariots, bullock cart and folk artist's performances. Remembering the bright visuals of the festival, Gangaur throw is designed with lot of flicker and glimmer. The elephant at the center speaks about the prime role of Gaja, the elephant, in the rituals practiced during the Gangaur.
BODHI MANDALA TAPESTRY Bodhi means awakening or enlightenment. The Bodhi Tree was a large and ancient sacred fig located in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, India. Siddhartha Gautam, later known as Buddha, attained enlightenment under the Bodhi Tree. The subtle shapes we see in Bodhi throw enable us to draw the lightness and positiveness from this wonderful artifact.
KAILASH MANDALA TAPESTRY Mount Kailash or Kailasa is believed to be the adobe of Lord Shiva. It is world's most venerated holy place, and a sacred site of four religion and billions of people. The patterns embedded on Kailasa throw are inspired from the greatness of Mount Kailash .
TEEJ MANDALA TAPESTRY According to mythology, it was the day when Goddess Parvati reunited with Lord Shiva after a long separation. Teej procession is held in number of cities of Rajasthan, but the most impressive one takes place in Jaipur. Caparisoned elephants are an integral part of the grand Teej procession. Teej throw draws inspiration from the practices and rituals carried out during the festival and convey them through colorful intrinsic patterns.
ELLORA MANDALA TAPESTRY These graceful Mandala Throws were inspired from traditional knowledge of ancient India; figures and places from Hindu and Buddhist mythology; celebrated festivals in India, and more. These hand printed throws are crafted meticulously by skilled artisans and creative designers in our factory. All our artifacts are 100% cotton and prepared with natural dyes.
PARV MANDALA TAPESTRY Parv is the Hindi term for Festival. Festivals in India are not just a medium of bringing people together and celebration, but they enable the thousand year old traditions and practices to continue and blossom in present day society. Dynamic Parv throw depicts the vivacity of Indian Festivals through its heavenly emerging patterns.
SANCHI MANDALA TAPESTRY These graceful Mandala Throws were inspired from traditional knowledge of ancient India; figures and places from Hindu and Buddhist mythology; celebrated festivals in India, and more. These hand printed throws are crafted meticulously by skilled artisans and creative designers in our factory. All our artifacts are 100% cotton and prepared with natural dyes.