Green Tara Prayer Flags

6.87$

  • Material: Polyester
  • Size (L x B, inches): 9.2 x 9
  • There are 10 prayer flags which are around 105 inches long
  • Om ta re tu ta re tu re swo ha mantra is printed
  • Handmade in Nepal.
Green Tara Prayer Flags 6.87$

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  • A Prayer flag is a colorful panel of rectangular cloth often found strung along mountain ridges and high peaks in the Himalayas. These are used to bless the surrounding countryside for Peace, Prosperity, Purification, Compassion, Success, Knowledge & Longlife of all sentient beings. Traditionally, prayer flags are hand block printed with Texts (Mantras) and Holy Images. Flags are of five colors blue, white, red, green & yellow. In Buddhist culture, each color has its own significance, which represents five elements of life. Blue color represents SKY; white color represents CLOUD; red color represents FIRE; green color represents PLANTS; yellow color represents EARTH.
  • Polyester may be a generalized term for any fabric or textile formed using polyester yarns or fibers. It’s a shortened name for an artificial, human-made polymer, which, as a selected material, is most ordinarily mentioned as a kind called polyethylene terephthalate (PET). It’s made by mixing glycol and terephthalic acid. That each one sounds extremely scientific, but basically, polyester may be quite plastic.
  • Green Tara, known as the Swift Liberator, represents the principle of Active Compassion in Tibetan Buddhism. Her name in Tibetan is Drolma, the Mother Who Rescues. Tara is her name in Sanskrit. We see her seated on a lotus arising from a pool, for she (together with White Tara) is said to have arisen from the tears of Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of love and compassion, as he wept over the suffering in the world. Green Tara sits in a royal ease posture, a calm, radiant, sensual young woman, clothed in flowing, silken skirts, a white half blouse, and rainbow stockings. She is elegantly adorned with flowers, gold, and jewels, for her radiance and splendor are that of wisdom, compassion, and mercy, which she brings to the world. The ruby in her tiara’s center represents her kinship with Amitabha, the Buddha of Infinite Light.

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Additional information

Weight 50 g
Dimensions 10 × 5 × 10 cm

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