Traditional Tibetan Prayer Flags Om Mani Padme Hum
Prayer flags are usually hung both indoors and outdoors on roof tops or the tops of mountains so that when the wind blows the prayers are released out into the Universe. There are two types of prayer flags, the vertical ones are called Darchog and the horizontal ones are called Lungta. This Tibetan Lungta is perfect to hang around at windy spaces for blessings and good wishes.
Tibetan Buddhist prayer flags with the mantra of the Buddhist prayer for compassion, OM MANI PADME HUM.
* 10 flags from Kathmandu Nepal
* Mantra flags and prayers in Tibetan
* The flags are printed in Kathmandu Nepal
* Flag Length: 6.2 X 6.5 Inches
* Total Length: 80" Inches
The script is the mantra of Avalokteshwara, the Buddha of compassion, and it translates to "hail to the jewel in the lotus". Mani means jewel and pema means lotus. OM includes three syllables, AH, O and MA. OM can also be used as a blessing, OM AH HUM. Many Tibetan people use the powerful mantra OM AH HUM to bless food, animals, the earth, etc.
Use prayer flags to bless your sacred space.
Prayer Flags can be returned/ exchanged within 30 days of purchase. Prayer Flags can be returned/ exchanged within 30 days of purchase. If there are any issues or questions, please feel free to contact info@breathewithApril.com or (843) 333-1835.