• Buddhist Monk Clothing in brocade fabric
• Sewn in the 15-stripe patch rows style
• Strap on top for putting on shoulder
• For different color choice, please contact us.
Sewing and sending for all countries(intended for Dharma monks, Ji do Poepsa and Bodhisattva practitioners)
The kasa represents the garments that the Buddha put together to wear after he left his palace to seek enlightenment.According to Buddhist scripture Siddhārtha left the palace where he was a prince, and collected rags from trash heaps, funeral pyres and various other places. He then cleaned the rags by rubbing them in saffron which gave his robes an orange-golden appearance.