Tibetan prayer flags with depiction of The Four Friends: An elephant, a monkey, a hare and a bird on each other’s back under a fruit tree. This image comes from the Buddhist legend Tittira Jataka and is about collaboration and respect.
Tibetan prayer flags
Prayer flags are tradtionally hung in all countries with a Buddhist culture in the Hymalaya region, such as Tibet, Nepal and Bhutan.
The positive energy of the images and mantras are spread through the air as the flags flap in the wind, spreading goodness to all corners of the world, and beyond.
The colours of the flags (blue, white, red, green, yellow) represent the 5 Elements and the 5 Dhyani Buddhas, symbolising (among other things) the inner and outer Female and Male energies in their purest form.
Color: yellow, green, white, red, blue
Flag size: 20×15.5 cm
Cord length: 180 cm
Image on flags: Four friends (elephant, monkey, bunny and bird)