- These Buddhist Prayer Flags also are known as Lungta in the Tibetan language and are hand-printed on terry cotton cloth.
- A Tibetan prayer flag is a colourful rectangular cloth, often found strung along trails and peaks high in the Himalayas.
- The prayer flags can also be strung inside or outside the houses for a decorative purpose.
- There are two kinds of prayer flags: horizontal ones, called Lungta, meaning “Wind Horse” in Tibetan, and vertical ones, called Darchog, meaning “Flagstaff”.
- There are five 5 different colours in the prayer flags representing 5 elements of life. The five colours are arranged from left to right in a specific order: blue, white, red, green, and yellow.
- It includes a set of 5 rolls of prayer flags.
Blue – Sky and space
White – Air and wind
Red – Fire
Green – Water
Yellow – Earth
- Available Sizes: 1.5m Long (Each flag size: 5×7 inch), 1.75m (6×8 inch), 2m (8×8 inch), 7m (10×12 inch) & 9m (13×17 inch).