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The second of the Buddhist symbols are two golden fish. They are symbolism of happiness, fertility, and abundance. The origins of it can be traced back to a symbol of the Yamuna and Ganges rivers in India, the two main sacred water ways that are revered by the Indian people. They are representative of the sun and the moon. (The fish in symbolism can also be traced back to other cultures. Early Christianity adopted the image of a fish as an emblem for Jesus Christ, and ancient Egypt used…

The second of the Buddhist symbols are two golden fish. They are symbolism of happiness, fertility, and abundance. The origins of it can be traced back to a symbol of the Yamuna and Ganges rivers in India, the two main sacred water ways that are revered by the Indian people. They are representative of the sun and the moon. (The fish in symbolism can also be traced back to other cultures. Early Christianity adopted the image of a fish as an emblem for Jesus Christ, and ancient Egypt used…

Eight Auspicious Symbols, wall mural, Tibetan Buddhist symbols; vase, flower, infinity knot, wheel, fish, banner, umbrella, shell, hotel, Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal by Wonderlane, via Flickr

Eight Auspicious Symbols, wall mural, Tibetan Buddhist symbols; vase, flower, infinity knot, wheel, fish, banner, umbrella, shell, hotel, Boudha, Kathmandu, Nepal by Wonderlane, via Flickr

What Are the 8 Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism?: The Eight Auspicious Symbols: The Eternal Knot

What Are the Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism? What Do They Mean?

What Are the 8 Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism?: The Eight Auspicious Symbols: The Eternal Knot

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Vector Art : Eight Auspicious Signs / Ashtamangala – (Buddhist Symbols)

Vector Art : Eight Auspicious Signs / Ashtamangala – (Buddhist Symbols)

Celtic love knots This stands for the love between two people ...

Celtic love knots This stands for the love between two people ...

The Symbol of the Rightful OneIt has the form of a celtic knot, composed of two St John’s crosses (also known as the ‘clover or eternity’ knot). In the symbol, two eternity knots are interwoven – one large and one small. Symbolizing how the two wo

The Symbol of the Rightful OneIt has the form of a celtic knot, composed of two St John’s crosses (also known as the ‘clover or eternity’ knot). In the symbol, two eternity knots are interwoven – one large and one small. Symbolizing how the two wo

1000+ ideas about Bodhi Tree on Pinterest | Buddha Symbols, Om ...

1000+ ideas about Bodhi Tree on Pinterest | Buddha Symbols, Om ...

The Dharma Whee Representing the Dharma and Shakyamuni himself, the wheel symbolizes the turning of the wheel of Buddha's doctrine both in teachings and realizations enabling us to experience the joy of wholesome deeds and liberation.

The Dharma Whee Representing the Dharma and Shakyamuni himself, the wheel symbolizes the turning of the wheel of Buddha's doctrine both in teachings and realizations enabling us to experience the joy of wholesome deeds and liberation.

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