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Buddhist symbolism is the use of Buddhist art to represent certain aspects of dharma, which began in the 4th century BCE. Anthropomorphic symbolism ...

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Among the earliest and most common symbols of Buddhism are the stupa, Dharma wheel, and the lotus flower. The dharma wheel, traditionally represented with ...

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The Wheel of Dharma, or the “Wheel of Law”, is the Buddhist symbol for teachings of the path of Nirvana. Each spoke represents a step in Buddha's Eightfold ...

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May 11, 2015 ... The Three Jewels or Triple Gem Deer Stupas Offerings The Seven Jewels of Royal Power The Eight Auspicious Symbols The Buddhist Flag

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Apr 17, 2004 ... As Buddhism spread, Buddhist symbolism was enriched by the cultures it came into contact with. This is especially true of Buddhism in Tibet, ...

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Oct 24, 2003 ... A constant intriguing factor in the imagery of the Great Buddha is the group of three curving conch-like lines on his neck. In the varied world of ...

www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/history/b8symbol.htm

Right-coiled White Conch The white conch which coils to the right symbolises the deep, far-reaching and melodious sound of the Dharma teachings, which ...

www.meditateinlondon.org.uk/about-buddhism/buddhist-symbols

Buddhist Symbols, the eight auspicious signs, are very meaningful religious symbols of Buddhism, revealing our progress along the Buddhist path to ...

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Learn about Buddhist Symbols and The Wheel of Dharmar. An easy guide to the most common religious symbols – meaning and history.