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Authentic Tibetan Prayer Flags
Authentic Tibetan Prayer Flags have auspicious ‘Om Mane Padme Hum’ mantra inscribed in each flag.
Five colours in prayer flags symbolise five elements; blue-sky, white-air, red-fire, green-water and yellow-earth.
Mantras are blown away by the wind which would bring purity for all. These flags are ideal to hang in airy or open places.
Tibetan prayer flags are called ‘Lung ta’ in Tibetan word, which means ‘Wind Horse’.
$4.00 – $45.00
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- Used as a symbol of spread peace, compassion, strength, luck, and happiness, prosperity.
- Handmade in the birthplace of Lord Buddha, Nepal.
- Each roll has 10 flags.
- Cotton/Polyester, Handmade with a wooden block in Nepal
- Suitable to hang in your garden, balcony or living room
- Shipped all over the world.
- Also available in wholesale and in retail.
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Australia: 2-4 working days within Australia
New Zealand: 4-6 working days
North America, Western Europe, Asia, and the Pacific: 6-13 working days
Rest of the World: 10-15 working days
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