Mandala is a Sanskrit word that means “circle”. Mandalas generally have one identifiable center point, from which emanates an array of symbols, shapes and forms.
Mandalas represent the connection between our inner worlds and outer reality. Designing your own mandalas can be both inspirational and therapeutic.
Mandalas are more than just an easy and fun way to draw something pretty. They are also a form of guided meditation … As you’re working in sections, it’s basically just making consistent marks in a pattern. You can start as simple as you like.
Date – Sunday, Jan 21st
Time- 2.30pm -5.30pm
Venue- Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
Fees- Rs 1250 (includes all art material) + GST
A mandala in Sanskrit means circle, and is a spiritual and ritual symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism, representing the universe. In common use, “mandala” has become a generic term for any diagram, chart or geometric pattern that represents the cosmos, metaphysically or symbolically; a microcosm of the universe.
All of us are carrying our Mandalas within in us waiting to connect with the right people at the right time! But what is most important is that we feel centered within in ourselves first. Intelligentsia invites you to attend this Mindfulness Workshop of creating and learning the Mandala Art.
Come, attend a two-hour workshop and learn the art of Mandalas… understanding, creating and coloring four different Mandala Forms! We strongly believe that any art form, however complicated, can be mastered if practiced under expert guidance along with step-by-step instructions. All participants will take home their compositions. The material will be provided at the venue, just bring along your enthusiasm and learning spirit!
Maximum: 10 participants so register ASAP
Fees: 1500 per person
This workshop works for anyone 10+ years old.
About the trainer: The workshop is conducted by Tina Rajpal Solanki, Founder of Intelligentsia, an experienced educator and parenting counselor with over 15 years of experience. She finds Art to be truly liberating and meditative in nature and suggests it as a therapeutic tool in anger management, finding equilibrium and in alleviating anxiety.