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Buddhist flag 3ft x 5ft outdoor nylon

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The compound Buddhist symbols: Shrivatsa within a triratana, over a Dharmacakra wheel, on the Torana gate at Sanchi. 1st century BCE.

The compound Buddhist symbols: Shrivatsa within a triratana, over a Dharmacakra wheel, on the Torana gate at Sanchi.

[Buddhist Flag (Thailand)]

[Buddhist Flag (Thailand)]

Murmeltier by Katharina Hvalur, via Flickr

Murmeltier (by Katharina Hvalur) what we discover in the mountains

This prayer flag exclusively features Tara, with an invocation and prayer related to her. Tara is known as the "Saviouress" in Tibetan Buddhism and she is highly revered for her willingness to protect devotees from harm of any kind. Tara is a female Buddha - perfectly enlightened and without any faults whatsoever.

This prayer flag exclusively features Tara, with an invocation and prayer related to her. Tara is known as the "Saviouress" in Tibetan Buddhism and she is highly revered for her willingness to protect devotees from harm of any kind. Tara is a female Buddha - perfectly enlightened and without any faults whatsoever.

Famous Buddhist Temples in Thailand – Wat Rong Khun or White Temple ( Heaven on Earth)

Famous Buddhist Temples in Ching Rai – Wat Rong Khun or White Temple ( Heaven on Earth)

Prayer Flag: "Lung Ta", wind horse, evokes the notion of power as it subdues negative forces. The upper left corner the "kyung", Lord of Birds, diminishes disease & thwarts malevolent influences. The upper right corner the "druk", dragon, whose roar awakens beings from cloudy obstruction of ignorance. The lower left is "senge", the lion, symbol of strength & freedom from fear. In the lower right "tag", the tiger, symbolizes confidence of one who is firmly established on the path of Dharma.

Prayer Flag: "Lung Ta", wind horse, evokes the notion of power as it subdues negative forces. The upper left corner the "kyung", Lord of Birds, diminishes disease & thwarts malevolent influences. The upper right corner the "druk", dragon, whose roar awakens beings from cloudy obstruction of ignorance. The lower left is "senge", the lion, symbol of strength & freedom from fear. In the lower right "tag", the tiger, symbolizes confidence of one who is firmly established on the path of Dharma.

What can you do to promote world peace? Go home & love your family ~Mother Teresa

Monday Meditation: Mother Teresa on Family - Honestly Speaking

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