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Size(cm): width: 25cm, height: 15cm 20 PCS AS 5 METER STRING!
Size(inch): 16 feets long
Material: Tibet silk, Hand made, BLESSED IN HUAZANG MONASTERY
This wind horse prayer flag is made by high quality Tibetan silk. Decorated by auspicious buddhism mantras and symbols. Printed in five fundamental colors (blue, white, red, green and yellow) which symbolize peace, success, long life, prosperity and knowledge respectively. This prayer flag brings blessings in the surrounding and create a clean and protective place.

These prayer flags are usually hang indoor, outdoor on the roof, or top of mountains in the wild field. When the wind blows, these flags will release the power into the universe and create a protective environment. Tibet, a Pure Land, the most magic beautiful place, not faraway from us. It’s not important if you do have been there, but the sticking point is if you can find your own pure land in your heart and the Tibet on your mind!

Note: The item you are looking at is hand made. As with all hand made items, the actual item and color may be slightly different than that shown in the picture due differences between craftsmen. also product is coming from the remote Tibet and it by handmade house-work printed , are likely to have sewn irregular, uneven sides, cutting and color mixed printing…etc.

Bhaisajyaraja the Medicine Buddha

Bhaishajyaguru means “Supreme Healer.” This painting depicts Bhaishajyaguru in his characteristic blue color. Befittingly he is titled Lord of Lapis Lazuli, the stone whose color he adorns. It is believed that this precious gemstone was an important ingredient in the medications he prescribed.

According to the Tibetan tradition, the Buddha emanated as Bhaishajyaguru, or Medicine Buddha, thousands of years ago. He established the Tibetan medical tradition in the form of texts known as The Four Tantras of Secret Instructions on the Eight Branches of the Essence of Immortality, which are more commonly referred to as Gyushi, “The Four Medical Tantras.”

The master of remedies holds in his right hand a sprig of arura, or chebulic myrobalan, from which much of Tibetan medicine is compounded. His hand faces outward, symbolizing his bestowal of boons. His left hand rests in his lap in the Dhyana mudra and holds an alms bowl. The bowl contains three forms of ambrosia: the nectar that cures disease and resurrects the dead; the nectar that counteracts aging; and the supreme nectar that illuminates the mind and increases knowledge.