Mandala is depicted in esoteric Buddhism in Mahayana Buddhism, including Tibet and India. Mandala originally means "getting the essence". This is to obtain the highest enlightenment, and it is the mandala that expresses this truth, and since it is a fulfilling state like an enrin, it is also translated as an enringusoku. Will be done. Buddha, Tathagata, Bodhisattva, Yidam, etc. are systematically arranged and drawn on the mandala. Many mandalas are represented by squares and circles, with four T-shaped gates. The T-shape was also a common symbol. There is Emptiness that this mandala represents.