Lord Krishna Tattoo

lord krishna tattoo designs

lord krishna tattoo designs

A child, a brother, a charioteer, a warrior, a disciple, a guru, a cowherd, a messenger, the beloved of the gopis… Throughout his life, Krishna enacted so many roles—the whole time never forgetting. That they were just that, roles, and that his true nature was eternal, ever blissful consciousness. In this way, he was able to remain detached and thus perform flawlessly, never allowing the smile to fall from his face.

“There have been very few who have been able to rejoice both in victory and in defeat,”

Amma says. “Sri Krishna is one who celebrated both life and death. That is why he was always able to give a big smile.

He took birth with a smile on his face, lived with a smile, and left his body with a smile. The message that he conveyed through his life is that we should make life full of laughter.”

Peacock Feather with Flute Tattoo

Peacock Feather Tattoo

Peacock Feather Tattoo

Feathers are generally a very beautiful and gentle tattoo designs. Lots of girls and guys choose peacock feather simply because it is more beautiful than other feathers, while only a small number associates the feather to the meaning of peacock tattoos.

Feathers symbolize creativity, spiritual evaluation, and rebirth. Most common places for a peacock feather are ribs, scapulas or a side of the lower back. Peacock feather should, by all means, be done in full color – it is the colors that make it so beautiful.

Within the design of the peacock feather is what appears to be an eye, and that is part of the reason the peacock is also known as the bird of 100 eyes. The reference is directly related to the pattern of the eye that appears in its feathers, and these little birds are also thought to be all-seeing.

Peacock Feather Tattoo

Peacock feathers, or mor pankh, are regarded as an auspicious symbol in Hindu mythology because of their association with the peacock, a beautiful bird which is also the national bird of India. You may have noticed that many people keep peacock feathers in their homes. It is believed that keeping peacock feathers at home brings good luck and prosperity into the house.

This design today is symbolic of a person who has an open mind, someone who sees the world with both their eyes open, or someone that is definitely not afraid of the challenges that lie ahead.

Peacock feather tattoo could indicate a very proud person. It could be comprehended in two ways. The person wearing it could either be very proud of herself for good reasons or simply very arrogant.

The Meaning of Ganesh

Gan means group. A universe is a group of atoms and different energies. This universe would be in chaos if there was no supreme law governing these diverse groups of entities.
The Lord of all these groups of atoms and energies is Ganesha

He is the supreme consciousness that pervades all and brings order in this universe.

Lord Ganesha Tattoo

Lord Ganesha Tattoo

 

Ganesh Tattoo

Ganesh is one of the most renowned Hindu Gods, who is worshiped not only in India but across Asia and in many other parts of the world. With his elephant head, Ganesh is highly recognizable and is generally the figure who is used to represent the Hindu religion in the media. Ganesh is so popular that he even has spiritual significance for many people who aren’t Hindu. His image has become a popular tattoo design as a symbol of spirituality, religion, and godliness.

Ganesh is so popular that he even has spiritual significance for many people who aren’t Hindu. His image has become a popular tattoo design as a symbol of spirituality, religion, and godliness.

Ganesh is so popular that he even has spiritual significance for many people who aren’t Hindu. His image has become a popular tattoo design as a symbol of spirituality, religion, and godliness.

His image has become a popular tattoo design as a symbol of spirituality, religion, and godliness.

The Meaning of Ganesh Tattoo

The season in which the world begins anew after winter.

Tattoos of the Indian god Ganesh are often accompanied by flowers, especially the lotus flower. In many Ganesh tattoos,

The god sits on a lotus flower in the lotus position in a symbol of spiritual openness.

Tattoos of the Indian god Ganesh are often accompanied by flowers, especially the lotus flower.

In many Ganesh tattoos, the god sits on a lotus flower in the lotus position in a symbol of spiritual openness.

In many Ganesh tattoos, the god sits on a lotus flower in the lotus position in a symbol of spiritual openness.

Ganesh is Worshipped as the Lord of Obstacles and the Remover of Obstacles.

When a Hindu person wishes to succeed in a certain task, it is often Ganesh that they call upon to assist them.

Rodents are a symbol of annoyance and destruction because they eat stored food and destroy crops.

By displaying Ganesh as standing over the obstacle, the design is depicting Ganesh’s power over such obstacles.

The design is depicting Ganesh’s power over such obstacles.

In most tattoo designs Ganesh has a large belly which has earned,

him the names Lambodara (hanging belly) and Mahodara (great belly).

As is is a symbol that within Ganesh, reside all of the universes of past, present, and future.

 

These detailed images work well as tattoo designs and have a deeper, spiritual meaning for the tattoo owner.

Symbolism and Significance of Ganesha

  • Ganesha’s big belly represents generosity and total acceptance.
  • Ganesha’s upraised hand depicts protection. It means, ‘Fear not, I am with you’, and his lowered hand depicts his giving, as well as an invitation to bow down. This is also symbolic of the fact that we will all dissolve into the Earth one day.
  • Ganesha also has a single tusk which signifies one-pointedness. 
  • He carries in his hands the ‘Ankusa’ (signifying awakening) and the ‘Paasa’ (signifying control).

Dreamcatcher Tattoo

 

Dream catcher Tattoo

Dreamcatcher Tattoo Meanings

Basically, dreamcatcher is an item which belongs to Native American culture and was traditionally used to bring good dreams for new born babies, by trapping bad ones and also the evil spirits. Structurally, dreamcatcher constitutes of a woven web, adorned with shells, beads, feathers or gemstones. It is hung over the bed or door of the bedroom, so that it would trap the negative energy and filter only positive energy to reach the baby sleeping under it. Another notion is that it lets negative dreams to pass through and keeps back the positive ones, so that they could become the part of the destiny of the person.

In this way, they are believed to protect the person from evil and ensure good things for them. These powers of the dreamcatcher have made it a popular design for tattoos, much loved by people all over the world. It also reflects the rich Native American culture and history.

A dreamcatcher is a round wooden hoop that contains a loose string web with a hole in the center, and feathers hanging from the webbing. Nice dreams travel through the hole into the sleeper’s mind, while the bad ones, as well as nightmares, are trapped inside the web permanently.

  • Feathers are usually attached to the dreamcatcher to entertain babies, but they have a deeper meaning. A feather stands for breath and air, which is essential for life. Hung up on the wooden hook of the dreamcatcher, a feather also helps the nice dreams to slip down into the baby’s dream world.

  • It is believed that each movement of the feathers announce the arrival. The passage of a new beautiful, and peaceful dream.
  • Different feathers can be used to adorn the dreamcatcher. Owl is a woman’s feather and it is kept to achieve wisdom. While Eagle is a man’s feather that represents courage.
  • Some tribes make dreamcatchers that have eight points, which are associated with the eight legs of the Spider Woman.
  • Incorporating only one gemstone into the dreamcatcher is meant to show. There is only one true, creator in the web of life. Four gemstones, instead, represent the four ordinal directions.
  • Dreamcatcher tattoo designs

  • Dreamcatcher tattoos are very common among Native Americans, both men and women. They represent the symbol of their rich cultural heritage. And at the same time, they keep negative and evil energies away. They protect the person who wears them against nightmares and bad dreams while helping nice and joyful dreams.

Watercolor Lotus Tattoo

Watercolor Lotus Tattoo

Watercolor Lotus Tattoo

The flower grows in muddy water, yet symbolizes purity and harmony.

watercolor lotus tattoo

Buddhism Culture – According to Buddhist religion, lotus defines purity and piousness of the soul,Patience,Mysticism,Direct Spiritual Contact,Emptiness from Desire,Victory over Attachments,Enlightenment and the Bodhi State,Love and Compassion for All Things,Self-Awareness,Faithfulness During Spiritual Development,Rising Out of Suffering as the flower grows in a muddy area, yet maintains its purity.

The belief is based on the fact that you will find a perfectly complete miniatures lotus plant within a seed. Which implies that even a human being is born complete and yearns for perfection through his journey of life. Also, Buddhism has meanings for various colours of lotus flowers, as a red coloured lotus stands for the heart. Which implies love and passion. Similarly, a pink lotus represents devotion towards the divine, while a blue one stands for learning and intelligence.

A white coloured lotus implies purity and peace, both at spiritual as well as intellectual level. The Buddhist mythology says that the Buddha was born from this pure flower. And had white heart, which represented his pious soul. Just as a lotus sheds its flowers and seeds together, it signifies a noble soul. Which guides the other souls on the Earth along the path of Nirvana.

Watercolor lotus tattoo designs are widely preferred by tattoo lovers all around the world.

Egyptian Culture   The ancient Egyptian cultures sees lotus as a symbol of beginning of life and reincarnation, as the mythology of this culture narrates that origination of life on earth was marked by the blooming of this mystical flower from the sea.

Chinese Culture  The Chinese culture sees lotus as a flower with perfect beauty stands as a source of inspiration for poets and artists since times immemorial.

Western Culture – The Western culture has a similar kind of reflection of this charming flower. Because it denotes new beginning and rebirth as it is reflects divine conception. It also links lotus flower with the search of true meaning of life. The Lotus meaning in Hinduism is a little different. Brahma, the ultimate creator, emerges from a Lotus as well. This sense of purity arises from the flower’s growing habit. Rooting in mud and pushing up through the water to bloom.

watercolor ganesha tattoo

watercolor ganesha tattoo

watercolor Ganesha tattoo

A watercolor, Ganesha tattoo looks illustrations and vibrant. Lord Ganesha is also revered as the destroyer of pride, selfishness and vanity. Life is full of difficulties and hindrance, but those who succeed, do so with sheer willpower and the Ganesha tattoo is the personification of all the material universe in all its various manifestations.

The Meaning of Ganesh Tattoos

In the Hindu religion. Ganesh is the Lord of Beginning. Representing spring, the season in which the world begins anew after winter. Tattoos of the Indian god Ganesh are often accompanied by flowers, especially the lotus flower. The god sits on a lotus flower in the lotus position in a symbol of spiritual openness.

watercolor ganesha tattoo

When a Hindu person wishes to succeed in a certain task. It is often Ganesh that they call upon to assist them. Rodents are a symbol of annoyance and destruction because they eat stored food and destroy crops. By displaying Ganesh as standing over the obstacle (the rodent), the design is depicting Ganesh’s power over such obstacles.

Eye & Skull Tattoo in Realistic Trash Polka Type Tattoo Inked By Black Poison Tattoos

Eye & Skull Tattoo in Realistic Trash Polka Type Tattoo

Eye & Skull Tattoo in Realistic Trash Polka Type Tattoo

The term refers to tattoo subgenre Realism and to a music piece of Austrian musician Johann Strauss II called “Tritsch Tratsch Polka”, which the couple liked. Shortened in Trash Polka by the fans and disciples, it soon caught the eyes of the tattoo and art community with its bold, even violent style.
Indeed, the genre is highly recognizable and is either loved or hated. Mixing both bold and fine black lines, grey shadings and dramatic touches of bright colors, mostly red, it looks more like a collage of various elements which, by all apparences, are not directly linked, and meaningless.

Realistic Trash Polka pieces often focus on realistic images, portraits coming from cinema, fashion and horror movies. Most of the pieces are showing beautiful ladies next to skulls. The perfection of those portraits contrasts with a chaotic composition, mixing blood or paint stains, drips, brush strokes and geometrical designs. Intertwined with the designs, are words, which look like letters cut from newspapers, or typewrited texts . The result is discordant yet aesthetically pleasing, reminding of the daring style of German contemporary graffiti art.

One thing to remember. Realistic Trash Polka is a trademark only Buena Vista Tattoo Club owns, but of course it didn’t prevent other artists to be inspired by the concept. First geographically limited to Eastern Europe but now spreading, even in Asia, you could always find someone to do a average copy of it. But of course, it doesn’t take only black and red ink to make real Trash Polka. It does need talent.‬

Shiva Tattoo with Only Trishul, Eye & Snake

Shiva Tattoo with Only Trishul, Eye & Snake

Shiva tattoos, like the Hindu deity himself, generally consist of complex symbolism. Shiva – sometimes referred to as Siwa or Siva – represents the duality of existence, both the creation of life, and the destruction of it. He is also said to be the image of sensuality, and is sometimes depicted as having both male and female characteristics – expounding further on the manifold nature of life. In addition to that, Shiva is also thought to be a freer of souls, and is often used in art to express a sort of opening up of the spirit. Despite the rich amount of symbolism associated with this god, many people like to use his image in tattoo art solely for its remarkable, uncanny beauty.

Most people who choose Shiva tattoos prefer to stick with traditional imagery. These pieces are usually quite colorful and detailed, showing the deity either sitting or dancing, alone or beside his eternal wife – the Mother goddess – Parvati. Many of these pieces show Shiva in full body, usually in a state of fluid movement; however, others may depict the god from the waist up, showing the face, torso and arms in great detail. Traditional styles may also be done in black or red outlines, and may depict Shiva standing bare against the skin, or standing atop a lotus flower, surrounded by flames.

Some people like to use non-traditional imagery for their Shiva tattoos. One great example of this would be to play up the features of both genders, making one side curvaceous, soft and feminine, while the other side is straighter, muscular and more masculine. It is not uncommon to see a Shiva tattoo that shows the god expressing both sides of his nature. For example, his countenance may be peaceful, while the manner of his body may be harsh; conversely, his mouth may be presented in a twisted scream, while his body stands in a placid fashion. Non-traditional Shiva pieces may also exaggerate certain features, like a ray of yellow sun may burst forth from the right eye, silvery light from the left, and red flames from the center; the snake, which coils around his neck three times, may fade into colors that represent past, present and future – such as gold, red and blue; while his hands, which are representative of the four cardinal directions, may point towards significant areas in each direction.

To the Hindu population, the image of this particular deity is thought to be incredibly potent; however, as the western culture becomes more enlightened in the ways of Eastern religion, Shiva tattoos are gaining in popularity. This is not surprising, as the visage of this god is not only stunning in appearance, but full of promising symbolism.

Custom Sun Tattoo Design

Custom Sun Tattoo Design

The sun, our primary source of life, has always been awe-inspiring. There are many reasons why a sun tattoo might be personally meaningful. The sun has had a religious and symbolic significance in many ancient cultures. Honoring the sun as a giver of life is an ancient and universal impulse, and may explain some of the popularity of sun tattoos.

Suns, moon and stars are by far some of the most fascinating subjects for both science and tattoo designs. A sun tattoo can be very significant to many people, in fact, it is one of the most popular design elements requested. The value of this design, in terms of symbolism, represents a very deep value for life itself. The symbolic and mystically design is amongst a favorite for both men and women. The individual manner in which the sun is drawn in body art has many interpretations. Providing a wealth of options as far as color and size, it would be pretty hard to find two people in the world with the same exact sun tattoo. For example, a sun tattoo can be simple, realistic, futuristic or tribal.

Tattoo meanings are highly personal, but sun tattoos generally stand for Strength, Growth, Fertility, Vitality, Endurance, Passion, Rebirth, Transformation.

What does a Tattoo Say About a Person

What does a Tattoo Say About a Person?

Tattoos often represent thoughts and feelings that we have not spoken about or acknowledged, even to ourselves. Since both art and dreams trade in symbols and imagination, We approach tattoos the same way we work with customers’ dreams and fantasies. We ask people to describe the thoughts, experiences, and emotions linked to their tattoos; We invite them to reflect on their past and present relationships with others and with themselves with a Tattoo.

Artistic Custom Brightly Water Colored Lettering Tattoo

Artistic Custom Brightly Water Colored Lettering Tattoo

This is a artistic brightly water colored Tattoo. Its a basically custom lettering tattoo with colorful shades. Below is color meanings which are used in this custom tattoo.

Red

Think fire and blood – Red rushes to us with messages of passion, primal urges, action, pleasure, vibrance, radiance, and love.

Yellow

Worshipped in the form of the sun – Yellow is all about radiating creativity, protection, intellect, positivity and clarity.

Blue

Look to the sky for the meanings of Blue – open spaces, freedom, imagination, expansiveness, inspiration, and sensitivity.

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