Mandalas that adorn our office walls and what they stand for

Title for the sake of keyword: Welcome to our workspace – Office tour

Namastey! Welcome to our workspace. We’re sorry (not sorry) it doesn’t look like a 5-star hotel, because it’s NOT a 5-star hotel.

We’ve designed our space for ourselves. There’s no imported jellyfish aquarium at the reception. Wait, there IS no reception. Anyone and everyone is allowed. We don’t have a watchman and we like it that way. We do have a female stray ‘Shantabai’ to greet you at the door with a wagging tail and some zenful music if you happen to visit during the mornings. You will see electric fitting wires and ropes hanging on the ceiling because it makes us feel at home.

Now, haters will say we’ve taken zero effort in setting up our office, but hey! We do have something that we’ve put our heart, soul and energy into. Quite literally!

Yes, the Mandalas that adorn our office walls!

These mandalas are not just colorful pieces of artwork hung on the walls but badges of something that we deeply follow and believe in. They are sacred pieces of artwork intended to evoke a feeling of unity, harmony, healing and spiritual development amidst the chaotic work routine. It’s like looking out of a widescreen after hours of keyboard war and having someone whisper ‘you got this!’

Shall we peep into some of the Mandalas that we’re super super proud of?

The Floating Lotus Mandala

The beauty of the lotus is that it remains untouched by either the water or the mud that nourishes it by suggesting our undefiled spirit. With its roots latched in mud, it submerges every night into murky water and miraculously re-blooms the next morning, sparklingly clean.

What we learnt from this Mandala?

With such refusal to accept defeat, it's almost impossible not to associate this flower with unwavering faith. No matter how bad your Monday was, you always come out stronger the next day, week, month or for as long as your life demands honestly.


The Dove of Peace Mandala

The Dove is the most spiritual of bird symbols. In addition to its universal importance as an expression of peace and reconciliation, it conjures up the purified soul.

What we learnt from this Mandala?

Internal fights and arguments are bound to happen when a number of creative minds collide but you don’t have to hold on to that grudge for too long, do you? Talk it out over a cup of coffee and get ready for arguments to come. PEACE!!

There are more such Mandalas on our office walls and trust me we can go on for hours but we would be glad if you drop by to check them out.

BONUS: Feel free to drop a mail at to receive printable files of Mandalas you like and make your space look like ours!