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In Mandaeism, the taga (Classical Mandaic: ࡕࡀࡂࡀ) is a white crown traditionally made of silk that is used during Mandaean religious rituals. The taga is a white crown which always takes on masculine symbolism, while the klila (myrtle wreath) is a feminine symbol that complements the taga.
Along with the klila, the taga is used during most Mandaean rituals, including masbuta, masiqta, and priest initiation rituals.
Further information: Qolasta § List of prayers
Several prayers in the Qolasta are recited when consecrating and putting on the taga.