Tibetan flags (Lungta)
Prayer flags can be placed both inside to increase harmony and spiritual understanding, and outside (the higher, the better) to benefit the environment and all beings touched by the wind. It is important to remember that prayer flags should be treated with respect because they contain sacred text and symbols. When waving flags, it is also important to think correctly: "That all beings may be well."
Lungta - means (Lung = wind; ta = horse) a mythical Tibetan being before Buddhism. The word Tibetan itself means happiness and success. Lungta symbolizes peace, compassion, strength and freedom.
The size of the flag is approximately: 20cm x 20cm
Flag colors: white; blue; yellow; green and red.
Total length about - 2.7 meters; 10 - flags.
Country of origin Nepal