Then, there’s Sand Mandala, a Tibetan version of the desi Rangoli. Called Dultson Kyilkhor in Tibetan, this tri-dimensional graphical and geometrical design made of coloured sand represents a combination of Buddha’s enlightened mind and body. It is considered to have great power, says Lama Dawa who will be creating the designs live. The event will also include a show of rare photographs.
Catch it hereWhat: Atisa — International conference and exhibition on Buddhism On till: Jan 18Timings: 10am to 6pmWhere: IGNCA, JanpathNearest Metro Station: Central Secretariat on Yellow Line