Pattern, Geometric
The Zig Zag Lotus Mandala Ankon Mitra

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Artist's Statement: The composition is a 5 X 5 grid of 25 squares, called a Upapitha Mandala in ancient Indian architectural treatises. The image below denotes the location of primordial deities of the pantheon as per Vaastu-Shastra. The squares of Aditi, Agni, Yama, Pitri and Mukhya show the deities in their formless aspect subduing their manifestions, whereas the other deities are manifestly expressed in a warm and effusive coloured aura that transitions from a deep red through orange, gold and yellow onto a warm-white. The diagram shown below is East-up. Each manifest form is depicted as a lotus-like torus of 12 petals, one petal for each month of the year, the hole of the torus depicting the Shunya or nothingness of the universe and the folded ring the form which we comprehend using our 5 senses, which is all Maya, the cyclical nature of life itself.
This Zigzag Mandala embodies positive and uplifting vibrations; the directional energy of the zigzag starts with the Marut at the bottom left corner zig-zagging up to Isha, the source of all boundless energy of the universe. Daily meditation of this Mandala for a short period can vitalize our chakras or energy centres, letting us flow through the zig-zag of life, imbued with positivity and equipoise.
Mixed Media
Oil and Italian Fabriano Paper on Canvas
Medium - 36 x 36 inch | 91.44 x 91.44 cm
Shipped Rolled; Unless rolling not possible
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