Khadag

$10.00

6 reviews|1 answered question
Khadag
Khadag $10.00
Material

Silk

Uses

Traditional

Variation

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Handling time 1 – 3 days

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Khadag is long piece of fabric mainly made of silk. Khadag is something Mongolians use to show their highest appreciation and respect towards someone. Khadags can differ from each other, not only by their color, but depending on the drawings on them and its length they are used for distinct occasions.

White Khadag: It symbolizes milk and pure kindness. And a symbol of the best and greatest respect. Such khadag is offered to the gods and held to the oldest person who is highly respected.

Yellow Khadag: A symbol of religion and science. So they only hold on to their teacher and not on anyone else.

Blue Khadag: It symbolizes the sky and is generally used as a symbol of respect, so it is widely used to hold each other and brothers and sisters.

Red and green khadag: Red symbolizes fire and green symbolizes the earth. These two colored khadags are not popular. Instead, it is used for special activities that symbolize the five elements of Buddhism.

Additional information

Weight 0.2 lbs
Silk Color: No selection

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6 reviews for Khadag

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  1. N

    great product

  2. PD

    The Kahdag’s were beautiful, we gave them to our Mongolian friends as a thank you for sharing Mongolian New Years tradition with us.

  3. KK

    Color is accurate, length is quite long

  4. RD

    Beautiful and arrived earlier than expected. Exactly what I wanted.

  5. VP

    Khadags are a symbol of goodwill and compassion. My order arrived promptly. The khadags are beautiful. The world needs as many avenues to share goodwill and compassion as possible right now, and we need to learn more about each other. Thank you for making these available.

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Q & A

What material is this made of and is it made by Mongolians and not Chinese? Hadag Fan asked on May 6, 2024

Silk

Mongulai answered on May 8, 2024 store manager
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