Prayer Flags also called Lung-ta (Tibetan name) are of square or rectangular shape and are connected along their top edges to a long string or thread. They are commonly hung on a diagonal line from high to low between two objects (e.g., a rock and the top of a pole) in high places such as the tops of temples, monasteries, stupa, or mountain passes.
Medicine Buddha also known as Healing Buddha supports a person overcoming illness and for a healthy life. Medicine Buddha is also efficacious in healing and helping one to accomplish one's goals.
This flag features Buddha Bhaisajyaguru, known as the master of remedies or Medicine Buddha, sitting cross-legged on a lotus throne and the most distinctive feature of Medicine Buddha is his deep blue color. On the right hand, he holds a myrobalan branch, an important compound of several Tibetan medicines, and on the left, a bowl containing three forms of nectar to cures disease counteracts aging and illuminates the mind.