Lord Hanuman Tattoo & Its Meanings

Lord Hanuman Tattoo & Its Meanings

Lord Hanuman Tattoo & Its Meanings

Hanuman the Monkey God – Hanuman, known as the Monkey God, is the Indian deity with the biggest heart. Though his face and tail are that of a monkey, the body is human and covered with white hair. He is a symbol of devotion, not only of the heart, but to learning. His qualities of intelligence and inventiveness are said to be boundless, and no challenge in the world too difficult for him to handle. Employed as a symbol, Hanuman would inspire a person to use their power in the service of the greater good. A highly respected character in Indian, Chinese, and Thai legend, Hanuman serves as a guard as well as a soldier of God. And to Muay Thai boxers in Thailand, the Hanuman tattoo represents strength, stamina and agility, all attributes of a champion fighter.

In Thailand, the Hanuman tattoo is considered an especially powerful one, and potentially harmful. Buddhist tattoo monks have traditionally applied protective designs to young men, but not before a discussion of what special protection is required. Hanuman is not readily given out, because it’s said that the effects may be difficult to control. The power of each Thai spiritual tattoo is only released when activated with a spell upon the tattoo’s completion.

According to Indian mythology going back more than two thousand years, Hanuman was devoted to Lord Rama and his wife, Sita. In an act of ultimate loyalty, he tore his heart open to reveal that each of his beloveds lived within it.

Some Indian tribals believe that Hanuman himself was tattooed on one shoulder in order to relieve the pain each time it dislocated.

One legend tells of Hanuman aspiring to become a worthy student of Suriya, the sun deity. To prove his serious intent, Hanuman walked backwards in her presence rather than turn his back on her. As a mischievous child, he tormented the sages at their prayers, and was punished with a curse that caused him to forget he possessed great powers. When prevailed upon by those who needed his aid, however, his strengths returned full force.

The epic known as the Ramayana recounts Hanuman’s many heroic acts, including the rescue of Lord Rama’s wife, Sita. She had been abducted by King Ravana who held her hostage. So devoted was our monkey god that he allowed himself to be captured by Ravana’s troops so he might negotiate a settlement, and at the same time assess the king’s power and weakness. When that ploy failed, he allowed himself to be recaptured, whereupon they set his tail ablaze. Hanuman confused his startled foes by growing his flaming tail longer and longer, and upon escaping, torched Ravana’s kingdom with his flaming tail.

Where did Hanuman get his monkey features? It depends on which of many versions of Indian scriptures you believe. In some stories, Hanuman was originally a god of the Wind who saved Lord Shiva’s kingdom – the Himalayas – from Ravana’s armies. The defeated king meant to be insulting when he called him a ‘monkey’, so Shiva honoured Hanuman’s heroics by manifesting himself with monkey features, and from then on Hanuman was considered to be a reflection of Shiva.

Wanderlust - Perfect Travel Tattoo - Black Poison Tattoo Studio - Tattoo Studio in India

Wanderlust – Perfect Travel Tattoo

Wanderlust – Perfect Travel Tattoo by Black Poison Tattoos

Are you a travel fiend looking for some new tattoo inspirations? Look no further, as we’ve scoured it for the perfect
way to express your love for exploring – from skyline tattoos to map outlines of your favourite destinations. The travel
ink options are endless!

You either love them or hate them, but whatever your stance is on tattoos, you can’t deny the beauty of them.

As a piece of artwork on your skin and a living memorabilia of a time or journey that you want to remember forever,
tattoos are personal to the human canvas who wears them proudly on their skin. And with travel bringing about so
many incredible experiences, it sure provides the ultimate tattoo inspiration for any who were pondering whether to
get one.

Beautiful Infinity Feather Tattoo with Lettering Design

Beautiful Infinity Feather Tattoo with Lettering Design

Beautiful Infinity Feather Tattoo with Lettering Design

You may wonder why people choose to ink feather tattoos on their bodies. Feathers of different birds were rich in symbolic meanings in different cultures. A single fallen feather represents loss, birth, and luck.

Today feather tattoo is a popular tattoo idea for women because of its cute and colorful attribute. It’s flexible in terms of tattoo placement. Back, side, sleeve, foot are all seen good body parts for feather tattoos. In this post, please enjoy the collection of 50 beautiful feather tattoo designs, which I hope you find out inspiration for your tattoo idea.

Black Poison Tattoos Sponsorship in Navratri 2015

Black Poison Tattoos Sponsorship in Navratri 2015

Go young Amdavadis get yourself Inked and let your emotion reach your loved ones through the Black Poison Tattoos which is so pious for you.

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How a Tattoo Cover up Works

How a Tattoo Cover up Works

How a Tattoo Cover up Works?

A tattoo cover up is one of two options for dealing with an unwanted tattoo, the other being tattoo removal. Covering up an unwanted tattoo is the cheaper option.

Cover ups may completely hide the old tattoo with a new design, or may incorporate elements or the whole of the existing tattoo.

Poorly applied, very faded or very light tattoos are the easiest to cover. You can only cover up a tattoo with the same or darker ink.

This is why White ink may be applied to lighten the old tattoo before proceeding with the cover up. Another temporary option is to conceal or hide the tattoo with makeup or a tattoo cover up sleeve.

 

What Can Be Done in a Cover-up?

When your artist is creating a cover-up design they will

Place tracing paper over your old tattoo and trace the outline and major features of your design. This gives them a reference of the areas of the tattoo need a heavier cover up design.

Once outline is put on a light table, another piece of thin tracing paper is placed over the top.

Using the faint outline of your old tattoo showing through, the artist will begin designing your cover-up tattoo around the areas needing camouflage.

A talented cover-up tattoo artist will incorporate the old design, rather than obliterate it. For example, developing scripting into flowing stalks or vines.By creating contrast and interesting design flourishes around the darker areas,the will be drawn away from the areas of the tattoo that are cover up.

Often tattoos that are a covered-up, are around thirty percent larger than the first tattoo. This way, the darker colored areas of the design can camouflage the old tattoo, then lighter colours can be utilised on virgin skin, deceiving the eye into believing the cover-up tattoo is the only tattoo that has ever been there.

Here you can see a nice cover up tattoo. Rose flower tattoo is covering old tattoo. This tattoo is done by Black Poison Tattoo studio which is one of the best Tattoo Studio in India.

Full Sleeve Tattoo of Lord Buddha with Buddhist Temple & Lotus

Full Sleeve Tattoo of Lord Buddha with Buddhist Temple & Lotus

In some traditional culture, religious tattoos are very popular. People have used it for years to define themselves and also to show others the faith or the God they chose to follow. Some of the most popular religious tattoos are the Buddha tattoo designs. They have been found mostly among Asian cultures including countries such as China, Thailand, Nepal and India.

The real name of Buddha was Siddhartha Gautama and after he achieved enlightenment, people associated him with a God like creature; with someone who has supreme knowledge and great power. People therefore use Buddha tattoos to signify wealth, peace and blessings. They also stand as a symbol of enlightenment and strength of one’s character.

Mythological Customized Tattoo of Lord Shiva's Trishul, Damru & Snake - Tattoo Studio in India

Mythological Customized Tattoo of Lord Shiva’s Trishul, Damru & Snake

Mythological Customized Tattoo of Lord Shiva’s Trishul, Damru & Snake

Trishula Tattoo Designs – The Trishula is the three-pronged weapon and emblem of Shiva, the Hindu god of destruction. Also spelled, ‘trishul’ or ‘trisula’, it comes from the Sanskrit language where tri means ‘three’ and shula means ‘spear’.

The Trishula has come to symbolize several important ‘triads’. First, there is the Hindu trinity of deities – Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva. It also stands for the aspects and powers associated with these gods — Creation, Preservation and Destruction.

The three feminine (shakti) powers of will, action, and wisdom are also symbolized by the Trishula.

Three more symbols of the design are desire, will, and love.

Not to be overlooked, are the the trishula design’s potent symbolism of past, present and future. In Buddhism, the Trishula is symbolic of the Three Jewels – right knowledge, right belief, right action. In the Tibetan tradition, it is a magical weapon carried by the protective deities in their battles with evil forces.

As a weapon it is also associated with the goddess, Durga, one of Shiva’s many consorts. She brandishes it in one of her seven hands as she ferociously takes on enemy demons. A Hindu myth describes Shiva striking his son with the trishula, the power of the weapon so great that it sent the lad’s head flying so far it could not be found.

Feather & Birth Date in Roman Characters with Infinity Tattoo

Feather & Birth Date in Roman Characters with Infinity Tattoo

People get Roman numeral tattoos for all sorts of different reasons. They are a great way to display any sort of number, so they are especially popular as tattoos of important dates. People may use Roman numerals for tattoos of their date of birth, their wedding, their child’s date of birth, or any other significant life events. If someone feels that a number is lucky, or particularly important to them, they may choose to have it tattooed as a Roman numeral. There are other reasons to get a Roman numeral tattoo as well – for example, four siblings may choose to get the numeral IV tattooed onto all of them, as a reminder of how much they care for one another.

Roman numerals make for more interesting and striking tattoos than ordinary Arabic numbers, which is why they are so popular as tattoos. They are also a little more mysterious, as most people will have to spend a few minutes working out the number.

Roman numeral tattoos look great when the different symbols are laid out in a long line, and so they are especially good for longer numbers, such as dates. The neat black line of the Roman numerals makes for a very striking tattoo.

Thai Demon God Rahu Eating / Snacking on the Moon Tattoo

Thai Demon God Rahu Eating / Snacking on the Moon Tattoo

Rahu, one of the most notorious demons of the Hindu myth, was rubbed the wrong way by the Sun. Myth has it that Vishnu, God of all Gods churned the oceans to usher in peace. This was at the end of a bitter war between the Gods and demons. At this time, Dhanvantri, the fountain head of medicine, brought forth nectar. This was too good for the demons to let go. Vishnu manage to get it across the Gods, but Rahu, disguised as a God tried to get some nectar for himself The Sun and the Moon saw this happening and informed Vishnu, who immediately chopped off Rahu’s head. Rain’ lived on though with no body, because he had taken a sip of the nectar. But he never forgave the Sun or the Moon and periodically eats either one up. Thailand In Thailand, lucky objects are bought to ward off evil omens during the eclipse. Since black is the colour of Rahu (the demon of darkness), devotees in Thailand buy up black chicken, black liquor, black beans, black eggs, black rice and black moss sticks.

Tahiti In Tahiti eclipses have had a romantic connotation. They have been interpreted as the lovemaking of the Sun and the Moon. So, people in Tahiti find the event to be something to look forward to, since the eclipse seems to be the harbinger of a divine blessing.