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www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/de%7Dns_or.html

An interesting and good discussion, but most all the articles I read regarding the swastika seem to ignore the fact that it is widely used in East Asia as a symbol of Buddhism. If you go to any Buddhist temple in Japan, Taiwan, Vietnam and China, you will ...

www.little-swastika.com/about-swastikas

Both left and right-facing Swastikas are used in cultures worldwide. The origins. The expression Swastika comes from the Sanskrit (a language from the Indian subcontinent) word “Svastika”, composed of the syllables SU – (good) and ASTI ( to be), meaning “to be lucky” or “salutary” or “what is good”. In Latin the symbol was ...

www.hafsite.org/blog/10-things-you-need-to-know-about-the-swastika

Nov 3, 2016 ... 1) In Sanskrit, the word swastika is a combination of 'su' (meaning 'good') and ' asti' (meaning 'to exist'). Popularly, this gets translated as 'all is well.' The swastika is thus understood to be a symbol of auspiciousness and good fortune, and is regularly donned on Hindu homes, businesses, printed materials, ...

selfuni.wordpress.com/2014/12/11/afrikan-swastika

Dec 11, 2014 ... The short lived German Nazi conquest of Europe enhanced the notoriety of the symbol in a negative way. The swastika was brought to the Black continent by the Belgians, the Romans etc. None of the African languages has the word in its vocabulary. It is only originated from the sacred books of the Indian ...

www.hinduwebsite.com/hinduism/concepts/meaning-and-significance-of-swastika-in-hinduism.asp

The symbol of swastika is a great example of what happened to Hinduism in Europe and outside India. The Europeans saw in the symbol a variation of ... In the Vedic tradition, the word Swastika originated from the root word Swasti, which has several secular and religious meanings. The following are some of the common ...

educateinspirechange.org/alternative-news/the-nazis-hijacked-the-swastika-symbol-its-true-origins-may-surprise-you

To Many people's surprise, the “Nazi” symbol was not an original design. The image was stolen from India. Though the symbol itself (or variations of it) can be found in all Ancient cultures around the world. The word “Swastika” came from the Sanskrit word “Suastika”. It means among many other things, some of which are, ...

www.quora.com/How-did-the-Swastika-symbol-originate

The swatsika, or hooked cross, is an ancient symbol. It is found in prehistorical paintings and carvings. literally, all over the world - Europe, India, the Americas, and more. The swatstika was an ancient symbol of life and success in India from at least 200BC, a religious symbol of the Hindu culture. It also appears in Jain and ...

www.dictionary.com/browse/swastika

a figure used as a symbol or an ornament in the Old World and in America since prehistoric times, consisting of a cross with arms of equal length, each arm having a continuation at right angles. 2. this figure as the official emblem of the Nazi party and the Third Reich. Origin of swastika. Expand. 1850-1855. 1850-55  ...

www.businessinsider.com/the-mysterious-origins-of-the-swastika-2014-5

May 24, 2014 ... The text reads in part: To the wearer of swastika will come from the four winds of heaven good luck, long life and prosperity. The swastika is the oldest cross, and the oldest symbol in the world. Of unknown origin, in frequent use in the prehistoric items, it historically first appeared on coins as early as the year ...