Buddhist Mandalas Note Cards
A mandala is a cosmic diagram used as an aid to meditation. This note card set presents four stunning mandalas from Tibet, Nepal, and Mongolia. Each is rendered on cotton in vivid pigments that dazzle and delight.

The images on these cards are reproduced from mandalas in our collection. The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art.

Contains five each of the following notecards:
  • Mandala with thunderbolts, 1800–1900, Mongolia
  • Mandala of the Buddhist deity Vajravarahi, 1869, Nepal
  • Mandala of the Buddhist deity Vajrabhairava, 1600–1700, Ngor Monastery, Tibet
  • Mandala of the Buddhist deity Sitatapatra Aparajita, 1700–1800, Tibet


Additional Information:

  • 20 cards and envelopes
  • 5 x 7 inches