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Ladakh Flag Tibetan Prayer Flags

  1. Tibetan Prayer Flags / Ladakh Flag By AJAL.A.J
  2. 1. Each colour of the flag symbolises an element
  3. 2. ‘Om Mani Padme Hum’ has a very deep meaning ओं मणिपद्मे हं The first word Aum/Om is a sacred syllable in various Indian religions. The word Mani means "jewel" or "bead", Padme is the "lotus flower" (the Buddhist sacred flower), and Hum represents the spirit of enlightenment six-syllabled Sanskrit mantra A Tibetan Sand Mandala of Avalokitesvara, a key element of the tantric initiation ritual required to practice the mantra according to the Kāraṇḍavyūha.
  4. The largest mantra inscription in the world is located on Dogee Mountain in Kyzyl, Russia
  5. About MANTRA This mantra does not have one particular meaning. It’s a combination of values like compassion, ethics, patience, diligence, renunciation and wisdom. It is said that if you recite the mantra during meditation, it can cure pride, jealousy, ignorance, greed and aggression.
  6. 3. Buddhist prayer flags should never be still they flutter in the wind. It is said that they emit positive spiritual vibrations and that the prayers are carried by the wind like silent prayers.
  7. 4. It’s a good omen to receive prayer flags as a gift
  8. 5. There are two kinds of flags – horizontal and verticalThe horizontal ones are called Lung Dar and the vertical ones are Dar Cho.
  9. 6. They should never be kept on the ground
  10. 7. Colour fading from the flags is considered auspicious This means that the prayers were carried by the breeze - fading colours are a sign of it.
  11. if you gather your family and well-wishers while doing so, the flags then are said to have a positive impact on your life.
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