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Tibetan Khata (blue)

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Tibetan Khata (blue)

$5.00

In the Vajrayāna (Tibetan) Buddhist tradition, a Khata is a ceremonial scarf used in numerous Buddhist ceremonies as a symbol of reverence and veneration when given to a nun, monk, geshe, lama, tulku or rinpoche.  Khatas are also used as gifts of appreciation given between both Buddhist monks and lay people alike.

Dimensions of these khatas are approximately 8″ in width and 8′ in length.

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In the Vajrayāna (Tibetan) Buddhist tradition, a Khata is a ceremonial scarf used in numerous Buddhist ceremonies as a symbol of reverence and veneration when given to a nun, monk, geshe, lama, tulku or rinpoche.  Khatas are also used as gifts of appreciation given between both Buddhist monks and lay people alike.

Dimensions of these khatas are approximately 8″ in width and 8′ in length.

Weight 0.5 lbs