Collection: Prayer Shawls & Ritual Clothing

Buddhist ritual prayer shawls, hats, and robes are sacred symbols of devotion and mindfulness. The prayer shawl, or "kathina," envelops practitioners in soft fabric, fostering focus and connection during meditation. Simple yet profound, the circular "zen-ei" hat represents the cyclical nature of existence, adorned with patterns embodying interconnectedness. The ochre-colored "kasaya" robe worn by monks and nuns signifies renunciation and simplicity, with its flowing design allowing ease of movement during daily activities. Together, these garments create a visual expression of the spiritual journey, encapsulating the essence of Buddhist teachings in their form and symbolism.