What are prayer flags?
Tibetan prayer flags are said to contribute to the peace, happiness and wisdom of every living being. They are exposed to the wind to weather. In this way, according to the conviction, the prayers are carried to heaven. Because of this, the prayer flags are deliberately frayed. → learn more about prayer flags.
Symbols and colors
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Blue symbolizes the emptiness of space and the sky.
White stands for the clouds, the wind and the air.
Red is representative of fire.
Green stands for water.
Yellow stands for the element earth.
Blue symbolizes the sky and emptiness of space.
White represents the clouds, the wind and the air.
Red represents the fire.
Green stands for the water.
Yellow represents the element of earth.
Size of the flags
Size S is 1,15 m long.
Size M is 1,35 m long.
Size L is 1,85 m long.
Size XL is 2,40 m long.
You should not wash the prayer flags. The paint is applied by hand and is water soluble.