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Green Tara Prayer Flag Garland

Tibet Collection

Grace your space with these fair-trade, traditionally hand-carved, wood-block printed flags. Printed on the sustainable Lokta paper (indigenous to Nepal), sales from these flags provide income for a range of humanitarian programs run by the Tibetan Nuns Project and GuChuSum Movement of Tibet. Continue the Tibetan tradition of hanging cloth flags printed with this image of Tara and her mantra.

Tara is known as the bodhisattva of compassion or the swift one because of her immediate response to those requesting her aid. She is also called the liberator and goddess who grants all wishes. Tara is said to have been born from a lotus blossom that sprang from a tear shed by Avalokiteshvara, the god of compassion. She holds the stem of a lotus, a symbol of divine purity.

Symbols are printed in gold on the five traditional Tibetan prayer flag colors: blue, white, red, green, and yellow.

Dimensions: length 8 ft. |flags 2.5" square


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