Lord Krishna Tattoo

Lord Krishna Tattoo

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 […]

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Nautical Star Compass Tattoo

Anchor Compass Tattoo

The compass tattoo has been a popular choice among a majority of cultures for centuries. This maritime symbol was popular among early sailors. Getting a compass tattoo would protect them. On rough waters and ensure that you would return home safely. One of the main reasons sailors opted for this tattoo was that of protection. […]

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Lion Tattoo on Arm

A roaring lion is an animal to be respected and feared. It is a symbol of Power and Authority and a sign that you aren’t a person to be taken lightly. Roaring lions are born leaders, gifted fighters, and, in a crunch, are the persons who can best guide the group out of danger. According to […]

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hourglass tattoo

Hourglass Tattoo

Hourglass Tattoo History Invented in Alexandria somewhere around 150 B.C., the hourglass plays an important part in the life of history. Used to measure time accurately and repeatedly, hourglasses saved the lives of many before someone invented the modern clock. hourglass tattoo While primitive, their small measurements helped synchronize groups of people. Few alternatives match […]

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pramukh swami tattoo

  The Five Eternal Elements When Bhagwan Swaminarayan set out on His spiritual journey at eleven years of age, He halted only after getting a reply to the question He had asked all across India. On His quest, He asked about the five eternal elements as revealed in the Vedas. He found a reasonable answer […]

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Portrait Tattoo

  By far one of the beautiful piece. I have done and had so much fun added with lots of mixed emotions honored. That I have clients that are so fully committed, to their emotional attachment to this art. Portrait Tattoo Considering getting a tattoo in memory of our dad is itself a very beautiful thought. […]

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Beetel Tattoo

Beetles have also caught the eye, and prayers, of those people seeking Divine intervention. By far, the most well-known beetle to grace the surface of religious artifacts is the Scarab Beetle. Known as ‘The Creator’ or ‘The Khepri’ in ancient Egypt, Scarab Beetles were believed to be a representation of the Sun God and the way they rolled their […]

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Lord Shiva with Mantra Tattoo

Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is one among the oldest and most important Mantra in Indian mythology and spirituality. This mantra belongs to Lord Shiva. It is a combination of three Hindi language words i.e. ‘Maha’, which means great, ‘Mrityun’ means death and ‘Jaya’ means victory, which turns into conqueror victory over death.It is also known as ‘Rudra […]

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Maa Tattoo

Someone rightly said once that God could not be anywhere and that is why he created mothers. Mothers are truly special and one can never do enough to show them just how much they are loved and appreciated. Nothing speaks better than a permanent tattoo. Tattoos are like preserving and expressing love for as long as […]

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Roaring Lion Tattoo

Lion Tattoo Roaring Lion Tattoo A roaring lion is an animal to be respected and feared. It is a symbol of Power and Authority and a sign that you aren’t a person to be taken lightly. Roaring lions are born leaders, gifted fighters, and, in a crunch, are the persons who can best guide the […]

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Zen Enso Tattoo

  There are two common symbols for zen enso. One is a brushstroke of a closed circle. The closed circle represents the totality of experience and life. The other is a brushstroke of a circle with one small opening. The open circle represents the imperfection found in all things and suggests to the student to […]

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Arrow Tattoo

Symbolic Meaning of Arrow  Like all other tattoo designs, the arrow tattoo too has its own symbolic meaning, which needs to be understood before one opts for this tattoo. In the Native American culture, the arrow is considered as the weapon of protection and hunting, which has been used to safeguard one’s family as well […]

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