Pink falls short of the unsaid rule about the use of primary colors in Tibetan religious art. It may find its way in the very delicate shades of lotuses that surround deities, without venturing into much further. In nature, by contrast, pink abounds; every shade in its spectrum is vividly present in the wild flowers, and the sunsets. It is a color that conveys light heartedness, and very popular with little girls. Amdo monks have adopted it most vivid shade in their zens, a unique tradition.
We love pink at Norlha and use its every shade to reflect the world around us, especially the world of summer.