Sayagata Growing - Long Sleeve Tee
The Swastika is an ancient and important spiritual symbol representing the harmonious interplay of the many opposites in life.
The swastika is often found as part of a repeating pattern called sayagata in Japanese. It comprises left- and right-facing swastikas joined by lines.
The Sayagata pattern is commonly found in traditional oriental fabrics, Indian architecture, and other forms all across the globe. The symbol has also been found in the archeological remains of the Indus Valley Civilization and Mesopotamia, as well as in early Byzantine and Christian artwork.
Enrich your wardrobe with a versatile long sleeve tee. For a casual look, combine it with your favorite jeans, and layer it with a button-up shirt, a zip-up hoodie, or a snazzy jacket. Dress it up with formal trousers or chinos to achieve a more professional look.
• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
• Heather colors are 52% combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester
• Athletic Heather is 90% combed and ring-spun cotton, 10% polyester
• 32 singles
• Retail fit
• Crew neck
• Cover-stitched collar
• 2'' ribbed cuffs
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13 shop reviews4.5 out of 5 stars
Graphics design aside, this face mask is what all face masks should be: nose wire, adjustable ear loops, pleated, long enough to cover from under chin to lower eyelids. Other face mask constructions are a joke, real virtue-signalers. Then there’s the sayagata graphic design. Let’s take this sacred geometry, older than the oldest human settlements back from the whining neo-nazis. Sayagata is still today a pattern found in Hinduism, Buddhism, Daoism, tantric arts, as well as among original humans.
Fast delivery the only thing is that it is not cotton and detracts from the shirt ... still good tailoring
A wonderful message honoring a true Prophet of our time, the Courageous One, Greta Thunberg of Sweden. I received 3 hats and they arrived in perfect condition, sooner than expected. When I contacted the seller in Sweden and asked for a hat in “Green,” which was not listed, the seller immediately took the cue to add that “environmentally symboic” color to his offerings. We had a lovely communication back-and-forth and I could not be happier. Most importantly, sales profits are donated to an environmental cause, Greenpeace I believe, with each hat! How can we not support these efforts when we are presented with them? Everyone who sees the hat wants one and I will be supporting Greta’s important work, reminding others to do all they can do too, as I drive passengers in my Peace Mobile for Lyft!
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