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Tibetan 8 Auspicious Symbols
These eight symbols appear often in Tibetan religious art. They are particularly prevalent in sand mandalas and are believed to be the symbolic representation of the transient universe.
♦️The Precious Parasol
gives protection from all evil.
♦️The White Conch Shell
represents the fame of the Buddha’s teachings that spread in all directions like the sound of the conch shell.
♦️The Two Golden Fish
symbolize being saved from the ocean of earthly life and suffering.
♦️The Knot of Eternity
represents the intertwining of wisdom and compassion, the perfection of knowledge.
♦️The Vase of Great Treasures
a traditional symbol of good fortune representing the perfect nature of the dharma, longevity, and prosperity.
♦️The Victory Banner
signifies the victory of the enlightened teachings, knowledge over ignorance, overcoming all hindrances and the attainment of happiness.
♦️The Lotus Flower
is one of Buddhism’s most significant symbols. It is a symbol of enlightenment and mental purity. The lotus has its roots in mud, but blossoms into a beautiful flower. Similarly, though an individual may be impure, there is the potential to gain enlightenment and the perfect state.
♦️The Eight Spoked Wheel
known as the Wheel of Dharma represents the Noble Eightfold Path of the Buddhadharma. The wheel that leads to perfection.