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Tehran

معانی لغتی ماندالا

لغت ماندالا برگرفته از زبان سانسکریت و به معنی دایره یا دایره مقدس است، همچنین گوی، کره، حلقه گل، چرخش،و رقص حول یک مرکز، (بدن یا حول مرکز یک دایره) چرخ، حلقه سحرآمیز، حلقه نور دور خورشید و ماهو اجسام درخشان، تمامیت و کمال، محیط و چرخه حیات از دیگر معانی این لغات هستند. واژه ماندالا برگرفته از ریشه ماندا  به معنی ذات و اصل، و پسوند لا به معنای محفظه و محتوی است 

نمایشگاه " کتایون امجدی " با عنوان " ماندالا " بهمن 1391 گالری هفت ثمر 

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