Buddhist Flag-The Universal Symbol of Buddhism

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This is a Buddhist flag that symbolizes and universally represents Buddhism. Designed in the late 19th century.

This flag features five traditional colors and have 6 vertical bands. The first five bands have individual colors whereas the last one consists of all five colors.

The difference in colors in the flags are made to emphasize their own teachings. This one is a Tibetan Buddhist flag, emphasizing on Maroon Monastic robe color.

Size: 26x22 Inches
Weight: 70 gms

Inauspicious days to hang Prayer flags in 2017:
February: 21/ March: 31/ April: 12, 24, 30/ May: 11, 24, 26, 28/ June: 9/July: 3, 16, 30/ August: 11, 25/ September: 7, 18, 21/ October: 3, 14, 30/ November: 10, 25/ December: 7, 22/ January (2018): 2, 14, 17, 29/ February(2018): 10

When the prayer flags and mantras have faded away, put up a new prayer flag. If you no longer want the old one to keep hanging alongside the new one, kindly burn or bury them respectfully.