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Fabric from Banaras with Woven Tibetan Symbols in Self-Colored Thread
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Width - 26 inch / 66 cms
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Burgundy Tibetan Lotus Brocade Fabric
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27 inch wide
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43 inches Wide
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20.5 x 28.5 inches
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Golden Tibetan Floral Brocade
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Width - 23 inch / 58.4 cms
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Splendid Threads of Eternity – Tibetan Brocade For Your Home and Altar Decoration

Brocade is an opulent and ornate fabric that holds great cultural and spiritual significance in the Buddhist Tradition. It is highly admired for its luxurious appearance as it is woven from pure silk threads. It features many symbolic figures such as lotus, peacocks, a Buddhist deity or an associated scene, traditional floral motifs, dragons, etc. These fabrics are generally used in religious settings such as the altar at home, temple, or monastery, Thangka borders, and other sacred items in ritualistic worship.

Brocades are handwoven on traditional looms by highly skilled artisans who can bring out the essence of Tibetan culture on the piece of fabric. The process of weaving a brocade is time and energy-consuming as it requires great craftsmanship and meticulous attention to give it the ultimate perfection. The Tibetan Buddhist practitioners and followers adorn their home altar and meditation areas with these brocades as the sacred symbols that they bear are considered to invoke blessings and prepare the right consciousness for carrying out their spiritual practices. These are also used to decorate the clothing of monks and Lamas. Brocade fabrics are a cherished choice for even non-Buddhists who may use them to adorn their interior settings.

The amazing collection that you see on this page offers you a wide variety of exquisite silk Tibetan Brocades that will add a sense of charm to your altar area or interior decoration. These will go very well during special occasions such as festivals to add a spark to the setting. All the sacred pieces come in vibrant colors and intricate patterns that capture the rich heritage of Tibetan Buddhism. Buy your favorite Brocade and immerse yourself in its timeless beauty and spiritual connotation.


Q. Is Tibetan Brocade only used for religious purposes?

Tibetan Brocade is primarily used only for religious purposes but today, people have also incorporated it in their clothing and interior decoration set up because of its elegant and opulent appearance.

Q. What is the significance of colors in Tibetan brocades?

Traditional brocades usually come in striking colors that are associated with symbolic and cultural significance. Red color represents passion and sacredness, blue stands for strength and transcendental wisdom, and yellow represents spiritual enlightenment and purity.

Q. What makes Tibetan brocades unique compared to other types of brocades?

The beautiful traditional motifs and patterns in Tibetan brocades inspired by Tibetan Buddhism make them stand out from other brocades. These designs represent the rich cultural heritage of Tibet and also hold great spiritual significance in the lives of Buddhist practitioners.