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Khata (kata), a ceremonial Tibetan Buddhist scarf for ceremonial offerings or to drape around the neck of one leaving on a trip.

Khata (Kata)

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Khatas (katas) are ceremonial scarves in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition. These Tibetan scarves are given to one who is leaving on a trip, draped around the neck as an honor to someone, or used to enclose an offering.

Our traditional Tibetan khatas (Tibetan katas) are a  golden color, with a subtle pattern of Tibetan symbols. They come from Boudhnath Stupa, in Kathmandu, Nepal.

Size: 12" (31 cm) x 53" (135 cm)

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