Polyester Windhorse Tibetan Prayer Flags
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- 5 colors, panels, and images
- Made in Nepal
- 25 Flags
The Wind Horse is an allegory for the human soul in Eastern and Central Asian traditions. It is the center of the four animals symbolizing the cardinal directions and is also the symbol of well-being and good fortune. It translates directly to Lungta1 in Tibetan ( Lung = Wind, Ta = Horse )
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Lung-Ta is a Tibetan word meaning wind(Lung) horse(Ta). Lungta is a mythical animal who carries all intentions and prayers to the universe. As the wind blows the prayers fly out to the universe and are sent out to be fulfilled. Lungtas are square or rectangular shaped and are connected along their top edges by a long string, and are commonly hung on a diagnal line from high to low places, such as trees, stupas, or mountains.