Genuine 100% Handcrafted All-Cotton Tibetan Door Curtain / Wall Hanging / Space Divider
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* Genuine Tibetan Door Curtain Originating from Tibet, 100% Handmade by Tibetan Crafter *
* Aboriginal Auspicious Symbols Representing Goodwill and Hope for a Good Life *
* Quality Thick-Weave Cotton; Ideal Door Curtain as well as Wall Hanging&Space Divider *
This genuine all-cotton Tibetan door curtain / wall hanging is 100% handcrafted by a Tibetan Crafter who has been an expert in tailor-making home linen for the local community. Tibet is rich in its spiritual / religious life, and this is reflected in this artwork's symbols/totems. These symbols represent goodwill and the hope for a good life. The Eight Auspicious Symbols are the most popular and the ones worth sharing.
Umbrella - embodies notions of wealth or royalty. Also protects people from harm like illness, harmful forces, or other obstacles.
Golden Fish- represents good fortune. Also symbolizes no fear, and people being able to freely migrate (choose their rebirth in the Buddhism context) like fish in the water.
Treasure Vase- a sign of the inexhaustible riches available in the Buddhist teachings. Also symbolizes long life, wealth, prosperity, and all the benefits of this world.
Lotus- refers to the complete purification of body, speech and mind, and the blossoming of wholesome deeds for liberation.
Conch- symbolizes the deep, far-reaching and melodious sound of the teachings, which is suitable for all disciples, as it awakens them from the slumber of ignorance to accomplish all beings' welfare.
Endless Knot- symbolizes the nature of reality, where everything is interrelated. Having no beginning or end, it also represents the infinite wisdom of the Buddha and the union of compassion and wisdom.
Victory Banner- symbolizes the victory of the Buddha's teachings over death, ignorance, disharmony, and all the negativities of this world.
Dharma-Wheel - refers to the dissemination of the dharma teachings from country to country. In this sense, the dharma wheel began rolling in India, carried on to Central Asia, and then arrived in South East Asia and East Asia.
“This rather spiritual home décor item is quite special and hard to find. It is of high value for its quality and long distance travelled!”
Measurements: 35x 71 inches
Material: Brocade and cotton
* THIS IS AN AUTHENTIC TIBETAN HANDMADE DOOR CURTAIN, NOT A MASS FACTORY PRINT *