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 solid blue, vertical Wind Horse prayer flag. It measures 21 inches by 73 inches. Wind Horse prayer flags are traditionally hung on mountains, in trees and around sacred spaces in order to perpetuate good karma and bring luck.
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.