Tibetan Zodiac Colors

#3 Dragon | Jade Green

#3 Dragon | Jade Green

The third animal of our Tibetan Zodiac is the Dragon. Dragon is a symbol of strength, power, wealth and authority.

Dragons have plenty of energy and have lots of self-confidence. Those born under this sign excel in all that they set their mind to. Dragons are gifted with beauty, brains and an imagination that other signs envy.

The public’s perception of the Dragon will never cease to conflict with who they truly are.

Behind the Dragon’s hot-tempered words lays a cause he’s deeply passionate about.

Behind the Dragon’s selfishness lays a strong moral code.

Behind the Dragon’s controlling streak lays his energetic drive for success.

Dragons are also ambitious, determined and natural born leaders. They enjoy their independence and have the confidence, fortitude and drive to pioneer great things and forge ahead to uncharted territory. They can also be irritable and stubborn, and their big mouths and sharp tongues will singe anyone who walks by. Dragons also find it difficult to trust. Once they do trust, you’ll have a friend for life but if that trust is broken, be prepared to suffer the Dragon’s wrath. He’ll spit fire without mercy.

Jade green  is a medium shade of green with light blue undertones. It leans more towards green than blue, though some people do describe this color as blue-green.

It is named after the precious gemstone of the same color, which has been treasured for centuries across Asia. Jade Green is the color associated with the Dragon because of the verdant hue of this naturally occurring gemstone, you can easily think of nature and its lush abundance all around – from a thicket of forests to the prickly grass, you can find jade in almost all of your surroundings. More than representing nature, jade also represents life and resurrection. With a deep green color, jade’s tone also reveals tranquil and peaceful qualities. It’s because of this that jade is seen as healing and nourishing, purifying and nurturing, all at the same time.

Perfect as a base color for pullover, it pairs well with blues, pink and browns.

Tibetan artist Rabkar Wangchuk has created a new beautiful artwork for each animal.

Each month with the purchase of 2+ skeins, we will gift you the tote bag of the zodiac sign. After the month associated with a sign is over, you will be able to purchase the tote bag separately.

#2 Rabbit | Stone Blue

#2 Rabbit | Stone Blue

The second color of our Tibetan Zodiac is Stone Blue associated with the Rabbit

Instead of spanning the zodiac over twelve years, we have spread the zodiac over twelve months. Each month we are presenting a new zodiac animal associated with one new color of Tibetan Cloud.

Tibetan artist Rabkar Wangchuk has created a new beautiful artwork for each animal.

#1 Tiger | Tangerine

#1 Tiger | Tangerine

The first new color of our Tibetan Zodiac is Tangerine associated with the powerful Tiger. 

Twelve months, twelve signs and twelve new colors in Tibetan Cloud.

A new take on the Tibetan zodiac, an ancient traditional science that combines influences from India, China, Persia and Greece with Buddhist philosophy into a uniquely Tibetan system.

The twelve animals are used to designate years, months, days, and hours. Each animal is associated with an element, which represents its life force.

The inherent polarity of an animal corresponds to its symbolism and also bears upon the composition of its psychological character.

The Rat for example is a nocturnal animal and a symbol of prosperity, it is therefore female, as is the Rabbit, which is associated with the Moon. The Dragon, by contrast, the symbol of thunder, is male.

The animal associated with a year gives it its specific character and influences the life and the personality of those born under its aegis. Each year of the cycle is designated by one of the symbolic animals. 

Each animal is associated with one of five elements (kham nga): Wood, Fire, Earth , Metal, Water which are also very important as they are the natural forces of transformation, in constant interaction with each other.

Each animal is associated with one of five elements (kham nga): Wood, Fire, Earth , Metal, Water which are also very important as they are the natural forces of transformation, in constant interaction with each other.

2023 is the year of the Water Rabbit

You can get one or few skeins each month, gift them to your friends for the sign associated with their year of birth or simply collect them all and end up with a new stunning palette. Throughout the year we will suggest designs inspired by these colors and show you how well they pair with the existing colors.

But now the important question is: what is your Tibetan zodiac sign? 

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