Tibetan National Flag (full size)
The Tibetan National flag, resembles not only the identity of the Tibetan people but is also a symbol of the Tibetan struggle and resistance. Inside Tibet, people make these intricately designed flags by hand to stage protests, and having one can result in beatings, torture and jail. Yet in the last few years we’ve seen an increase in flag raising protests inside Tibet. With Uprising Day coming up, you can show your solidarity by flying the flag at events, marches, protests or just in your own window.
The Free Tibet Now bag, simple yet stylish, is a perfect political & fashion statement.
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Free Tibet bag
A stylish shoulder bag carrying the message that Tibet will be free.
Tibetan Greeting Cards
The breathtaking scenic beauty of Tibet offers a perfect opportunity to greet your friends and family this Xmas and beyond. Photos by Vincent Van Den Berg.
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Pack of 10, blank inside
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Tibetan flag phone charm
Remember Tibet every time your phone rings with this decoration for mobiles.
The Tibetan word for prayer flag is “Lung ta” meaning “Wind Horse”. When the wind blows the sacred prayer flag flaps in the breeze which equates to saying the prayer printed on it. The traditional five colours represent the five Buddhist sects and the five elements. Blue-space, White-water, R ed-fire, Green-air & wind, Yellow-earth. The flags are connected at the top edge by a long cord which makes them easy to mount between poles, on the edge of a roof or between trees.
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An unmistakable symbol of Tibetan religion and identity, these large size prayer flags can be hung up to show support as well!
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With four different poetic messages from the Dalai Lama, these bookmarks will remind you of His Holiness’ wisdom while reading. Please note a bookmark comes free with all books you buy from the SFT UK store.
Remind yourself of the Tibetan cause every day with a Free Tibet fridge magnet.
Worn across Tibet, these wooden mala beads are a symbol of Tibetan Buddhism and culture.
Get the smells of Tibetan monastic life in your home with hand-prepared traditional Tibetan incense made from medicinal herbs
The Rangzen Bracelet was first designed by Tibetan political prisoners near Lhasa. These bracelets were originally woven from white and black yak hair, or whatever bits of thread were available in the prisons. It is patterned after the traditional slingshot used by Tibetan nomads. Today these bracelets are worn as an expression of endurance and defiance against Chinese government’s oppression and in solidarity with the struggle for freedom and human rights in Tibet.
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