Paperblanks Notebook Midi Lined Tibetan Shankha
Artistic, religious and cultural traditions unite in the handwoven pattern of this design. The fabric reproduced on this journal is an authentic expression of the weaver’s cultural heritage. The name “shankha” refers to the conch shell, one of the Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism. The shell represents “fearlessly proclaiming the truth of dharma.”
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-Includes memento pouch in back cover, ribbon marker, elastic closure
-144 pages of lined paper
-Smyth sewn binding
-Acid-free, sustainable forest paper
-Measures 13 x 18 cm