Art Heals the Soul..

Mridul Aggarwal, watercolour artist and mandala designer, considers art therepuetic. She feels creative expression through fine arts can foster healing and mental well-being.

Her art is a reflection of her moods and each of her paintings reflect an intense emotion. They are a combination of expressionism and Impressionism and not only exhibit form and colour but display human desires and emotions, nourishing and healing the soul with enchanting colours of peace and happiness.

Featured Collection

“The greatest feature on every person is their kindness. It’s a beautiful attraction that can’t be measured.

~Ron Baratono

  • The Art of Tea

    “A teapot can represent at the same time the comforts of solitude and the pleasures of…

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  • The Dancing Star Mandala

    One must have chaos in oneself to give birth to a dancing star. ”
    – Friedrich Nietzsche

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  • Kyilkhor – An Orderly Chaos

    “The tibetan word for mandala is kyilkhor. Kyil means ‘center’, khor means ‘fringe’, ‘gestalt’, ‘area around’. …Things exist …

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  • Festivity

    “Live every day as if it is a festival. Turn your life into a celebration.”

    Shri Radhe Maa

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  • Feast

    “Gratitude can turn a meal into a feast.”
    ~ Melody Beattie

     

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  • Lotus Mandala

    “Discover yourself like a Lotus flower in full bloom. Even in a muddy pond, …
    – Masaru Emoto

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  • Our Jishnu

    “Memories are special.
    Memories are like stars.
    As time passes, it may go trillion miles …

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  • The Lace Spool

    “Each of us is a unique thread, woven into the beautiful fabric, of our collective…”

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  • Rejoice

    “Rejoice in the beauty of who you are. Sing out for the joy in your heart. Dance to the light that is in your soul. For you …

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  • Hot Pot

    “Now were I not a little pot and soon hot, my lips might freeze to my teeth, my tongue to the roof…

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Gallery

“The city’s the best gallery I could imagine. I would never have to make a book and then present it to a gallery and let them decide if my work was nice enough to show it to people. I would control it directly with the public in the streets.”

~JR

Watercolours

  • Au revoir

    “Goodbyes are only for those who love with their eyes. Because for those who love with heart and soul there is no such thing as…

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  • Banana Seller

    “None hesitated in giving tips to the waiters!! But bargain from poor vendors

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  • Be Merry n Drink Milk

    “I’m thankful for laughter except when milk comes out of …

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In Charcoal/Pencil

Mandala Art

On Paper

  • Flower’s Perfume

    “The flower’s perfume has no form, but it pervades space. Likewise, through a spiral of mandalas formless …

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  • Lotus Mandala

    “Discover yourself like a Lotus flower in full bloom. Even in a muddy pond, …
    – Masaru Emoto

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  • Mandala of Duality

    “In the state of consciousness natural to the field within the mandala – that of Self-realization, or non-duality – such …

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On Ceramic Plate

  • Harmony

    The mandala is a microcosm within itself, a tiny representation of the universe where myriads points unite and oppose each other to achieve …

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  • Kyilkhor – An Orderly Chaos

    “The tibetan word for mandala is kyilkhor. Kyil means ‘center’, khor means ‘fringe’, ‘gestalt’, ‘area around’. …Things exist …

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  • The Awakening

    Everything that shows up in your mandala is a vehicle for your awakening. From this point of view awakening is right at your…

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