Tibetan prayer flags are usually to hang indoor and out on roof top or top of mountains that the wind blows and releases prayers into the universe and create a warm environment. In Tibet, Nepal or India, you can see prayer flags on the hill top or on the temple or stupas. The Wind Horse symbolizes well being and good fortune.
Each of the flags has wind horse designs along with prayers and mantras. There are 10 small flags in the roll.
- Each flag measures 4" x 4"
- 100% Cotton
- The prayer flags are printed in Kathmandu Nepal by a Tibetan Family.
The five flag colors represent the five elements: Blue (earth), White (water), Red (fire), Saffron (infinite space), and Green (cosmic winds). Enjoy the slow fading of color as they hang in the elements. To dispose of old flags with respect, please burn them.
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These are small and cute, but the flags are not of an especially high quality. They come rolled up instead of folded flat, which is a bit of a drag because it takes a good deal of time for them to flatten out. Not sure if it's okay to iron these or if it's more appropriate to just wait however long for them to "relax." If you want prayer flags that make a serious statement, these are not for you. But if you want a set of prayer flags that are innocuous, buy these and see what happens.