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Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism

Eight Auspicious Symbols of Buddhism

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 These eight symbols appear often in Tibetan religious art. 

 The Precious ParasolThe Precious Parasol gives protection from all evil.

The White Conch ShellThe 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 FishThe Two Golden Fish symbolize being saved from the ocean of earthly life and suffering.

The Knot of EternityThe Knot of Eternity represents the intertwining of wisdom and compassion, the perfection of knowledge.

The Vase of Great TreasuresThe Vase of Great Treasures a traditional symbol of good fortune representing the perfect nature of the dharma, longevity, and prosperity.

The Victory BannerThe Victory Banner signifies the victory of the enlightened teachings, knowledge over ignorance, overcoming all hindrances and the attainment of happiness.

The Lotus FlowerThe Lotus Flower 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 WheelThe Eight Spoked Wheel known as the Wheel of Dharma represents the Noble Eightfold Path of the Buddhadharma. The wheel that leads to perfection.


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It’s best to hang your painting in a dry space and out of direct sunlight. Please ensure the wall you’ve chosen to hang your painting doesn’t have any water damage, dampness or moisture. 

Oil / Acrylic Artworks Remove dust by brushing lightly with a dry soft, lint-free, microfiber cloth. Never use water or cleaning products of any kind. 

Watercolor Artworks Keep away from water, and wet surfaces. Glass framing is always a good option to protect art from dust, and wetness

Thangkas  Keep away from water, and wet surfaces. Remove dust by brushing lightly with a dry soft, lint-free, microfiber cloth. 

Always handle your art with care. We strongly recommend wooden frames with a strong mount. 

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