Mini Mandala Art Making

 4:00 PM - 4:45 PM | 20th Oct

Shaivi Shah


About the Artform

The word Mandala is a Sanskrit word, which means a discoid or a round object. This beautiful artform came into existence roughly around the 4th century BC. It was mainly created to teach young monks, concentration & patience. Some believe that mandalas represent the universe and us in their structure. Today, the art has evolved into various different forms.

This is a 'beginner-friendly session! (Age: 12+)

About the Session

In this session, you will learn to make a basic mandala grid and learn how to fill it with creative patterns. At the end of the session, you will have made a mini mandala with different intricate patterns on it.
This is a 'beginner-friendly' session (Age 12+).

Materials Required

  • 2 A4 size cartridge papers
  • Pencil
  • Ruler
  • Eraser
  • Compass
  • Protractor
  • Fine liner pen (0.4,0.5 or 0.6)
  • Paper

About the Artist

Shaivi Shah

Her love for art started at a very young age. After finishing her education from Central Saint Martins college of art & Design, London, she set up her base in Mumbai & started taking up commission work. She specializes in Monotone Illustrations & theme Mandala art.

Dream without fear. Create with us here!

4:00 PM - 4:45 PM
Wednesday, 20th Oct


Live workshop would be conducted on Zoom App. For the best experience join the workshop from your laptop/desktop or watch on phone on landscape mode

Registration is compulsory to attend, Ensure you join via the same mail ID you register with

In case if you are unable to attend the live workshop due to technical reasons, please call the below number - +91 8904012696