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8 Auspicious Symbol Hanging Medallions

  • The eight auspicious symbols were offered to the Buddha when he attained enlightenment. In Buddhism it's said that by displaying the eight auspicious symbols, good interdependence between the people and the environment will be created.
  • Parasol.
The parasol or umbrella is a traditional Indian symbol of both protection and royalty. Its shadow protects from the blazing heat of the sun, and the coolness of its shade symbolizes protection from the heat of suffering, desire, obstacles, illness and harmful forces.
  • The Golden Fishes.
In Buddhism the golden fishes symbolize happiness, as they have complete freedom in the water. They represent fertility and abundance as they multiply very rapidly. It's auspicious to offer them as a wedding gift since they also represent conjugal unity and fidelity.
  • Treasure Vase.
As the divine vase of inexhaustible treasures it possesses the quality of spontaneous manifestation of wealth and harmony in the environment.
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Lotus flower, which blossoms unstained from the watery mire, is a symbol of purity, renunciation and divinity.
  • White Conch Shell.
The right-spiraling conch shell is an emblem of power, authority and sovereignty whose blast is believed to vanish evil spirits, avert natural disasters and scare away poisonous creatures.
  • Endless Knot.
The eternal knot overlaps without a beginning or an end, symbolizing the Buddha's endless wisdom and compassion which is not different from ours.
  • Victory Banner.
The victory banner was adopted in Buddhism as an emblem of the Buddha's victorious enlightenment and his vanquishing of the armies of Mara which prevents us from experiencing our own enlightened nature.
  • The Wheel.
Buddhism adopted the wheel as a symbol of the Buddha's teaching. The wheel's swift motion symbolizes the rapid spiritual transformation revealed in the Buddha's teaching, and as a weapon of change it represents the overcoming of all obstacles and illusions.
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Set Of 8 Auspicious Symbols on hanging medallions. Each medallion is 3" in diameter and made in Nepal.

The eight auspicious symbols were offered to the Buddha when he attained enlightenment. In Buddhism it's said that by displaying the eight auspicious symbols, good interdependence between the people and the environment will be created.

Parasol

The parasol or umbrella is a traditional Indian symbol of both protection and royalty. Its shadow protects from the blazing heat of the sun, and the coolness of its shade symbolizes protection from the heat of suffering, desire, obstacles, illness and harmful forces.

The Golden Fishes

In Buddhism the golden fishes symbolize happiness, as they have complete freedom in the water. They represent fertility and abundance as they multiply very rapidly. It's auspicious to offer them as a wedding gift since they also represent conjugal unity and fidelity.

Treasure Vase

As the divine vase of inexhaustible treasures it possesses the quality of spontaneous manifestation of wealth and harmony in the environment.

Lotus Flower

Lotus flower, which blossoms unstained from the watery mire, is a symbol of purity, renunciation and divinity.

White Conch Shell

The right-spiraling conch shell is an emblem of power, authority and sovereignty whose blast is believed to vanish evil spirits, avert natural disasters and scare away poisonous creatures.

Endless Knot

The eternal knot overlaps without a beginning or an end, symbolizing the Buddha's endless wisdom and compassion which is not different from ours.

Victory Banner

The victory banner was adopted in Buddhism as an emblem of the Buddha's victorious enlightenment and his vanquishing of the armies of Mara which prevents us from experiencing our own enlightened nature.

The Wheel

Buddhism adopted the wheel as a symbol of the Buddha's teaching. The wheel's swift motion symbolizes the rapid spiritual transformation revealed in the Buddha's teaching, and as a weapon of change it represents the overcoming of all obstacles and illusions.

 

 


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