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Celtic Mandala Altar Cloth/Sarong 44x72

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Celtic Altar Cloth/Sarong

Celtic Mandala Tie Dye Altar Cloth/Sarong. Colors may vary from photo as each is hand made and tie dyed.
Measures approximately 44 inches x 72 inches.
Each shipment from India may vary in size.

A wonderful piece intended to be worn as a sarong (but easily serving as an altar cloth or wall hanging), this 100% rayon tie-dye sarong has been decorated with an intricate pattern of knot work that forms a mesmerizing mandala. With a fringe accenting its outer edge, the intricate and dazzlingly pattern created within the mandala is only enhanced by the blue and purple tones that fade and blend within the tie-dyed cloth. The whole piece measures approximately 44" by 72"

Altar cloths, handmade in India. Please Note: These are nice cloths and excellent prices however imperfections and size variations are likely to be found. Refunds are not available

Altar cloths were traditionally used in sacred areas as protection during ritual and ceremonies. The altar is very significant to your rituals; your central focus is at your altar. Whether Natures ground, a tree stump, a wooden stool, a chest, a box or an elaborate table this is where you honor your deities, bless your tools, and practice!

Altar cloths are not merely for decoration; the mundane is left behind as you spread out your altar cloth allowing the spiritual, the mystery and the magick to begin! If your altar has other daily purposes (such as if you are using your coffee table or piano stool for your altar), your Altar cloth prevents your ritual tools from receiving these energies.