Tara is known as the bodhisattva of compassion or The Swift One because of her immediate response to those requesting her aid. Hang this Gu-Chu-Sum Large Tara Prayer Flag to bring peace and a sense of compassion.
- Five hand printed prayer flags.
- Five flags representing the five elements: - Blue: Earth - White: Water - Red: Fire - Saffron: Infinite Space - Green: Cosmic Winds
- Hand printed from wood printing blocks that are hand carved with traditional prayer flag text and symbols.
- Print of Tara, the bodhisattva of compassion.
- Traditional slow-fading fabric and ink.
- To dispose of old flags, please burn them.
- Guru: Tara
- Meaning: Compassion
- Material: Cotton
- Flag Dimensions: 24" x 12"
- Total Rope Dimension: 7'
- Total Number of Flags: 5
- Keywords: prayer flag, Tara, compassion, blue, white, red, saffron, yellow, green
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