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The flag of Tibet started its history in 1912. The Tibet flag displays two lions of mountain (kilin) representing the temporal and the espiritual power; the two lions are taking the wheel of the Ying Yang. Upon them, there are the 3 jewelleries of Buddhism: Buddha, the dharma (the law) and the sangha (the monks serving the law). The Tibet flag was adopted in 1912 promulgated in 1918.

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20,00 19,00 € -5%

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34,00 32,30 € -5%

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15,00 14,25 € -5%

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Flag for sale Tibet Flag

The Tibetan flag, which is also called the "snow lion flag" , is the national flag of Tibet. It was adopted by the 13th Dalai Lama in 1916 and banned by the government of China since 1959, today the flag is used by the Tibetan Government in Exile, based in Dharamshala, India.

In 1913, later the fall of the Qing chinese dynasty, the 13th Dalai Lama, Tibet's political and spiritual leader, declared independence from China and started to modernize the Tibetan army. In 1916, the new national flag was adopted by the Dalai Lama and all army regiments were ordered to carry the flag in its present form.

According to the Central Tibetan Administration website, the symbolism of the flag includes the mountain representing Tibet, the snow lions which means "a unified spiritual and secular life", the three-coloured jewel of the Buddha, the Dharma and the Sangha. The flag is popularly known as the Snow Lion Flag due to the presence of the two snow lions. The flag was adopted as a symbol of the Tibetan independence movement, and is known as the "Free Tibet flag".