Symbols from twelve world religious movements.  Row 1: Bahá'í Faith, Buddhism  Row 2: Christianity, Chinese folk religion, Hinduism, Islam  Row 3: Jainism, Judaism, Paganism, Shinto  Row 4: Sikhism, Taoism

Symbols from twelve world religious movements. Row 1: Bahá'í Faith, Buddhism Row 2: Christianity, Chinese folk religion, Hinduism, Islam Row 3: Jainism, Judaism, Paganism, Shinto Row 4: Sikhism, Taoism

Om - This is a Hindu symbol and it represents the three gods Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswara. It is also the meditation symbol. It will increase breathing capacity and clean the respiratory system. If it is chanted in a particular manner, it will increase the concentration and leads to good health.

The Real Meaning Of 'Om'

Om - This is a Hindu symbol and it represents the three gods Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswara. It is also the meditation symbol. It will increase breathing capacity and clean the respiratory system. If it is chanted in a particular manner, it will increase the concentration and leads to good health.

This is a good representation of Hinduism, because Ganesha is one of the best known Hindu deities.

Strengthening Shakti Through Ganesha Principles

This is a good representation of Hinduism, because Ganesha is one of the best known Hindu deities.

Ganesh with the Shiva symbol on his forehead (he is the son of Shiva in Hinduism).

Ganesh with the Shiva symbol on his forehead (he is the son of Shiva in Hinduism).

There is a wealth of symbolism tying lotus flowers to Hinduism, Buddhism, and the ancient Egyptian’s spiritual practices. The ancient Egyptians used the plant extensively as a symbol in the paintings and carvings left on the walls of temples and tombs. Scholars believe the Egyptians viewed the Lotus as a symbol of rebirth because it appeared to sink at night and rise again in the morning. It is now known the plant simply loses old blooms and adds new ones on a daily cycle, but it is still a…

There is a wealth of symbolism tying lotus flowers to Hinduism, Buddhism, and the ancient Egyptian’s spiritual practices. The ancient Egyptians used the plant extensively as a symbol in the paintings and carvings left on the walls of temples and tombs. Scholars believe the Egyptians viewed the Lotus as a symbol of rebirth because it appeared to sink at night and rise again in the morning. It is now known the plant simply loses old blooms and adds new ones on a daily cycle, but it is still a…

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