Collection: Khada

Khadas are traditional Tibetan ceremonial scarves that are used to show respect and offer blessings. They are typically made from silk or other fine fabrics and are often adorned with intricate designs and symbols that hold spiritual significance. The colors and patterns used in a khadas can also have specific meanings, such as representing a particular deity or symbolizing good luck and prosperity. They are often presented as gifts to monks, spiritual teachers, and other respected individuals and can be used as a symbol of devotion and respect in various ceremonies and rituals.