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man·da·la

 (mŭn′də-lə)
n.
Any of various ritualistic geometric designs symbolic of the universe, used in Hinduism and Buddhism as an aid to meditation.

[Sanskrit maṇḍalam, circle.]

man·dal′ic (mŭn-dăl′ĭk) adj.

mandalic

(mænˈdɑːlɪk)
adj
(Art Terms) Hindu & Buddhist art relating to a mandala
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