Khorlo (Tib.: འཁོར་ལོ་; 'khor-lo) means: 'wheel', 'round', 'mandala', 'chakra', 'samsara'. Khorlo is the lexical item commonly used to denote 'chakra' (Sanskrit) in Tibetan literature. Khorlo is also used to denote 'mandala' (Sanskrit; Tibetan: dkyil 'khor).
With a different connotation, it can also refer to samsara, or worldly, mundane life, full of suffering (as in "to flow together").
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