Khata Offering Scarves
Khatas are silky offering scarves offered as greetings to Dharma teachers and friends. As with roses, each khata has a slightly different meaning depending on the people and the occasion. By way of offering the eight auspicious symbols printed on each scarf, khatas are a form of welcoming. An exchange of khatas is also a way of showing mutual respect. If you offer a khata to your teacher, you establish a meritorious connection. Khatas represent the effort and kindness needed to create a good relationship between special guests and families, between teachers and students. We offer fine quality kata scarves in sets of four, for larger order bulk discounts, please inquire.
Offering of Wind: Khatas
Traditional offering khatas (a set of 4) to be mailed to you.
If you would like to place a bulk order of 500 or more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.