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Wed Jun 30 17:38:44 MDT 2010

donated to monasteries for hanging inside the temple walls until
production ceased around the beginning of the twentieth century.'

So Tibetans weren't the only group to decorate their temples with
painted cloth banners, albeit gigantic ones designed to cover an
entire outside wall. Inside, usually it was painted
murals-----whereas the Thai painted cloth banners were designated
(according to this site) for indoor temple décor (and
edification, of course-- like the temple décor of all Buddhist
architecture everywhere). 



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