Blank Prayer Flags set of 10 flags

( 2 Reviews )

For centuries Tibetans have hung prayer flags on mountain tops, homes, stupas and temples. The prayers written on the flags are released out to the universe as the wind blows through them.  As the images and prayers fade from the flags, they become a part of the universe.  New flags are often hung on auspicious days and during celebrations. 

This listing is for a set of blank prayer flags. I received requests from customers to get these blank flags and they have been very popular. You can put your own prayers on these flags. Each flag is made from high quality cotton blend fabric and measure six by eight inches.. There are five Tibetan traditional colors which are Yellow, green, red, white and blue. Each color represents an element.  This rolls has two of each color (ten total flags).  

Our prayer flags are handmade in Nepal by a local family that has been making prayer flags in Kathmandu for decades.  They us traditional woodblocks and screen printing and employ hardworking women who are compensated fairly for their work and skills.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

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2 Reviews

Maureen 16th Aug 2018

Blank Prayer Flags

The only reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is that the flags came machine-stitched all around, which makes the fraying in the wind take a whole lot longer. Since the function of the flags is to disintegrate, sending blessings and prayers and mantras out into the Universe on the wind, I don't want the flags to be stitched. Even the photograph of them above shows them unstitched. Everything else about your company is excellent, from ease of website navigation to very reasonable pricing, plus free and very fast shipping. Would it be possible to send back the set I received, and request unstitched flags?

marshall 18th Jan 2017

Great flags, even better service

The bulk order of flags we purchased are great but this is more of a review of the website and the customer service. Everyone I spoke and emailed with at Hands of Tibet and at their storefront in Hawaii were friendly, helpful and quick to respond to my questions. I ran across the site searching for the flags and now that I know they are here, I will be returning to shop for my other Dharma practice supplies and gifts.

Tashi Delek!

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