Indian Magenta Hibiscus Tapestry
Taking inspiration from Buddhist and Hindu mandalas, this silk-screened cotton wall hanging is presented by Indian artisan Osho Maharaja. Featuring a circular shape with floral and leaf motifs, this piece comes in a variety of purple colors. This versatile piece can also be used as a tablecloth or bedspread.
Meaning "circle" in Sanskrit, mandala is the term for a collection of verse hymns chanted in vedic ceremonies, perhaps coming from the sense of a round of songs. It is believed the universe originated from these hymns, whose sacred sounds contained the generic patterns for all life forms and things.
- 100% cotton
- Dry in the shade
- Display rod not included
- Machine wash in cold water: superfluous color might bleed during the first few washes.
- 1.3 lbs
- 92" L x 80" W
The artisan behind ...
"The desire to create new designs each day is quite challenging, but the enthusiasm of my fellow artisans inspires us to create beautiful designs."
"During my visits to remote areas in Rajasthan, like Barmer and Balotra, I came to realize that in order to survive in such arid difficult terrain, people have developed beautiful crafting techniques to earn a livelihood. I was fascinated by the awesomeness of their arts and crafts designs, and so I decided to work with them... read more
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