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Om, is the most important symbol in Hinduism

Om, is the most important symbol in Hinduism



Aum, also known as, Om, is the most important symbol in Hinduism. It is made up of three Sanskrit letters namely A, U, and M and is written as No. 3 with a curved line like a tail going out from the center on the back side of three with a moon-shaped curve and a dot above 3. All the major Hindu mantras start with Aum. Aum represents Brahman, the Almighty. You would understand the importance of this symbol by this only. It is the sound heard at the time of creation of universe.

Swastika is the second most important Hindu symbol.

Swastika is the second most important Hindu symbol. Swastika looks like the Nazi symbol. The only difference is Nazi symbol is tilted as if standing on one point while the Hindu symbol seems as if standing on a horizontal branch. The word Swastika can be broken as Su+Asti+ka where Su means good and Asti means “it really is” and “ka” makes the word a noun. That means “Everything is good.”

Swastika is also considered to be sacred and represents luck and prosperity. A swastika is drawn on Kalash at the time of Hindu rituals. It is also used in pendants and printed on walls of the Hindu temples.

As Hinduism is the oldest religion on the earth, it has more numbers of symbols than other religions. Each Hindu symbol has a different meaning and is used on different occasions. Hinduism symbols are also used as body tattoos in the Western countries as well as in India. Hinduism signs and symbols are very popular in India and are also known as Indian symbols. We are providing here a comprehensive list of major Hindu symbols and their meanings.  

Om or Aum, Swastika, Tilak, Lingam, Trishul, Bindi, Kalash, Yantra, The saffron-colored flag, Rudraksha Bead, Lotus, Shankha (Conch Shell), Dharmachakra, Lamp, Banyan Tree, Nandi, Shri, Ganesha, Kamandalu, Cow, Sudarshan Chakra, Veena, Paduka, Peacock Feather, Symbols of a married Hindu woman, Sun, Snake.

More Articles Related to Hindu Symbols: see-source : http://hinduismfacts.org/hindu-symbols/

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