Himalaya Centre

Tibetan Om Mani Pad Me Hum Flag, Mantra for Avalokiteshvara, (Tibetan: སྤྱན་རས་གཟིགས་ Chenrezig)

Tibetan Prayer Flags / Om mani pad me hum / mani

These five colour flags arrangement represents sky, air, fire, water and earth in Tibetan tradition. Each flag carries one Sanskrit mantra each. These 6-syllables are core Tibetan Buddhist recitation which carries deeper meanings of compassion and blessing. Hanging these flags will bring luck, protection and success by transforming misfortune into happiness. When the wind blows the flags, blessing and compassion embodied in the image spread across all directions until image on the flags fades into the universe. Hence, these are intentionally left not hemmed to be faded.

These flag can easily hang on doors, windows, tree branches etc. As it get old you can burnt it and that releases the last of the blessings. Everyone should have one in their garden tree.

Dimension: Each individual leaf has 7cmX9.5cm and total length of the flag is about 83cm
Hand Screen printed on cotton

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