“When you travel around in Dolpo, If horses come along with us, we will feel much more secure. They are good at moving one place to the other swiftly, even in high places. Prayer flags called Tarcho of Buddhist scriptures flutter in the wind everywhere in Tibet. They are for the purpose of vertues of Sutra reaching up to many places in the world. In the picture of a horse called Lungta (the wind horse) reminds us of a horse roaming to the sky”
The painting is from our world renown artist Mr. Tenzin Norbu who hails from a long lineage of painters from the remote Dolpo region of Nepal, his paintings depict local myths, history and the lifestyle of the people living in the High Himalayas.
We use specialist digital printing for 100% natural silk cushions resulting in rich, intense colours. Designs are printed edge to edge, and hand sew cushion together.
Reference the specific item care on the product tag for specific washing, cleaning and care instructions. Many of our knitted items are made of animal fiber like wool and alpaca, which means that agitation while washing can cause the fabric to “felt,” or merge together to form a stiff, tight fabric. DO NOT machine wash these pieces. In general, you should gently hand wash the piece in cool, soapy water using a mild detergent or baby shampoo. Carefully swirl the knitted piece around in the water – never wring, twist or pull on the wet item. To dry, carefully lay the item out flat on a towel and blot to remove excess water, being careful not to stretch.