Traditional Symbolism

A circle means wholeness and completeness.

A crescent represents a newborn baby, eager to understand it’s new world.

A cross signifies the connection between heaven and earth.

A five-pointed star represents the unity of the five elements: fire, water, earth, air, and heaven.

A lotus represents pure nature.  The lotus rises up from the filth of a pond and emerges pure, like your true self.

Om is the purest voice within. 

The paisley is an unripe mango and symbolizes purity.

The peacock symbolizes love and desire since peacocks remain with their mate for life.

The six-pointed star is the union of upward and downward triangles, male and female principles.

The sun represents knowledge and immortality.

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2 thoughts on “Traditional Symbolism

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