A modern spin on an ancient symbol of design For centuries, people of almost every culture—from the Navajos to the Hindus to the Celts—have used the mandala as a form of creative expression. A sacred symbol meaning "universe" or "wholeness," the mandala is a complex circular image tha... read more
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