25 Sheets of Happy Girl Printed Mini Lokta Paper Prayer Flags
These mini Prayer Flags are made of Himalayan Lokta Paper and hand Printed by using wooden block prints. The prayer flags are cut the perfect size of various colored papers and then block print them with images of happy girl and pigeon and tie them using adhesive to the cotton thread.
Traditionally, the flags are hung outside so that they are moved by the wind and the prayers are carried to the world. Frequently, they are hung around auspicious places such as temples, stupas, mountain tops and passes, as well as above homes and fields.
Total Length: 135"
Weight: 25 grams approx
Inauspicious days to hang Prayer flags in 2018:
March: 21, April: 1, 13, 19, May: 13, 16, 18, 29, June: 23, July: 5, 19, 31, August: 15, 27, September: 10, 22, October: 4, 19, 31, November: 14, 26, December: 11, 23, January (2019): 3, 6, 19, 30
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.
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