Sunday, March 15, 2015

World Religions

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The star & crescent moon design is widely associated with the middle eastern region of the world, and often the Muslim communities. It is actually not an ancient symbol, as it originated with the Ottoman Empire. The symbol however is now widely used for both regional and religious affiliations....more
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The star & crescent moon design is widely associated with the middle eastern region of the world, and often the Muslim communities. It is actually not an ancient symbol, as it originated with the Ottoman Empire. The symbol however is now widely used for both regional and religious affiliations....more
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Wisdom Eyes , also known as Buddha eyes are a symbol omniscience of Buddha. Traditionally Buddha are placed facing 4 directions and with the third eye represented above them and the Nepalese symbol for 1 below to symbolizing the all knowing wisdom of Buddha as the only way to enlightenment. This symbol has become so prevalent in Nepal it has become their national symbol....more
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The Aum or Om symbol ॐ is Important to several Indian & Asian religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism. It is also known as omkara or aumkara. The meaning varies slightly for each religion but it is held in the highest regards by all as a symbol of the beginning and the whole of the religion. Those who live the life of Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh or Jain religions will hopefully find ...more
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The Aum or Om symbol ॐ is Important to several Indian & Asian religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism and Jainism. It is also known as omkara or aumkara. The meaning varies slightly for each religion but it is held in the highest regards by all as a symbol of the beginning and the whole of the religion. Those who live the life of Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh or Jain religions will hopefully find ...more

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