Drawing on a body tattoo is a way by which people of old is trying to convey a certain message to others, or enlist the help of any supernatural forces.
It is not surprising that most magical tattoos, which can be attributed to the image of the mandala, came to us from ancient times, when drawing on the body was deposited only with magical protection goals, a talisman or assistance.
Tattoo Mandala usually has a circular shape (less square) which is inscribed in the square, which is sometimes also partitioned. These pieces are oriented in different parts of the world and have a corresponding special color.
The main background color tattoos mandala — copper-red or emerald green , other colors are extremely rare
The mandala is a geometric diagram of the structure of the universe. This graphic diagram consists of a complex interwoven patterns and images of Buddhist saints who can be both serene and wrathful, spew flames.
The value of the mandala tattoo idea is to protect the spiritual integrity and ultimate reality. It is enough to recall the circular dance around the maypole Britons, the ancient dance of the Catalans or Celtic cromlechs of stones round shape all this bears a similar symbolic meaning.
Along the edges of the sacred circle of a pattern of flowers, fortress, many-armed Buddhist deities. Mandala also means Vedic ten sections. Perhaps that is why the most complex forms of mandalas are created on the «historic homeland» in India or Tibet.
Almost all kinds of ancient Indian art are built on the same principles, which imply the creation of a simple and ideal model of the world.
We offer you our collection of sketches and photos of tattoo in the form of a mandala. It is important to take into account the fact that the image contained in the tattoo has a strong power, which may have an impact on its owner, especially if he believes in it. There are no restrictions on the place of application of the tattoo does not exist.
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