Karmapa Dream Flag

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  • The 16th Karmapa, well known for his visions and prophesies, designed this flag from a vision that come to him in a dream.  He announced, "Wherever this banner is flown, the Dharma will expand."
  • Historically, the Karmapa's predictions have been correct.
  • We proudly display our Dream flag outside of our offices in order to share the Dharma with everyone who passes by.

Blue represents the sky and yellow represents the earth.  The wave represents the Dharma penetrating heaven and earth.  The symmetry of the wave pattern shows the interdependence of the absolute and relative levels of reality, as well as the union of compassion and wisdom.

This bright blue and yellow cotton flag is hemmed around the edges for long life.  It includes a full length pocket for a traditional flag pole and features ties as another option for mounting.

Flag measures approximately 50 by 29 inches.  Made of 100% hemmed cotton in Nepal.

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Bruce R.
United States United States
Love my Karmapa Dream Flag

Everything from Dharma shop is amazing!

Helen C.
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Karmapa Dream Flag

Excellent quality and bright colours would definitely recommend this Flag.

Joseph K.
United States United States
Dream weaver

Excellent....... hanging in my ZEN Garden

Rebecca P.
United States United States
I love my new flag

Excellent service

Steen B.
Swamp Road 2, Outer Barrens, Denmark. (I kid you not; that's what my address translates into!)
What a joy.

The flag itself is excellent. Colours bright enough to survive scorching sun without fading, material and stitching sturdy enough to withstand both gales and rainstorms. What really blows me away, though, is the way people react to it. Not very many people pass by my house and most of them are not of what one might call a spiritual persuasion, but everybody stares at it (it IS quite striking) and if they see me they invariably come up and ask "what the heck that thing is all about." I am flabbergasted at how many people actually seem to get the idea about Dharma and interconnectedness! They are all smiling when they walk away and so am I. I guess the old Karmapa was right.

Dharma Shop

Steen, thank you for your feedback! We're so happy to hear that you and others who pass by your home are enjoying your beautiful flag! If you ever take any pictures of it at your home we would love to see. Never hesitate to post them to our Facebook wall or tag us on Instagram (@thedharmashop). We appreciate you taking the time to write a review and thank you for supporting Himalayan artisans!

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