No Tibetan custom is as well known as the offering of a kata or white scarf in greeting. The kata is an auspicious symbol. It lends a positive note to the start of any enterprise or relationship and indicates the good intentions of the person offering it. Katas are offered to religious images, such as statues of the Buddha, and to lamas and government. The offering of the kata indicates that the request is not marred by corrupt thoughts or ulterior motives.
Measures approximately 5 feet in length. Set of 4. White in color. Made of polyester.