Not only in India, but also in these countries and religions, the swastika symbol has a special significance!!

Not only in India, but also in these countries and religions, the swastika symbol has a special significance!!

Signs and symbols have been important in our Indian culture since time immemorial. Not only that, since ancient times we have the custom of expressing great things through symbols. Think of the folk songs and folk art that we tend to forget.

It gives some meaningful messages to the society, but in the race to be modern we lose a lot. Let us start talking about the symbols, then we will understand in detail about the swastika symbol, what is its significance in Indian culture.

You all must have seen, especially among Hindus, there is a rule of worshiping the swastika before starting any auspicious work. Let us tell you that the belief behind it is that, in such a situation, one thing is clear that every tradition and custom of Sanatan Dharma is somewhere close to the scientific point of view.

“By doing this the work is successful. The symbol of swastika is also considered to be the symbol of Mars. It is known that the word swastika is considered as a combination of the words ‘su’ and ‘asti’. So the word swastika is originally composed of “Su + As”. Where ‘Su’ means benevolent and auspicious. ‘As’ means existence or existence.

Thus, swastika means a being that is full of auspicious emotions, benevolent and auspicious as well. In short, good luck, well-being. In the age-old tradition, the swastika sign is definitely made on special occasions such as marriage, mundan, birth of children and worship.

For information let us tell you that swastika is also considered as a symbol of sun. At the same time, the Vighnaharta Shri Ganesha ji idol also has compatibility with the swastika symbol. The trunk, arms, legs, head, etc. parts of Shri Ganesha are depicted in such a way that they are represented in the form of the four arms of the swastika.

Along with this Om is also considered as a symbol of Swastika. According to Indian religious texts, “Om” is the origin of the creation of the universe. That is why it is supreme among the names of God. At the same time, according to one belief, the swastika is considered a symbol of well-being from all directions. A special thing here is that the swastika has the ability to absorb positive energy from all sides.

Significance of each line of swastika.. They all know that swastika has four lines. So tell what this symbol of swastika represents, there are many facts behind it. The swastika has four types of lines, which have the same shape. Common people believe that these lines point to four directions – East, West, North and South.

But it is not limited to that. According to Hindu beliefs, these lines also symbolize the four Vedas – Rigveda, Yajurveda, Atharvaveda and Samaveda. There are also beliefs that, “These four lines represent the four heads of Lord Brahma, the creator of the universe. Apart from this, these four verses are compared to four Purusharthas, four Ashrams, four Lokas and four Gods i.e. Lord Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh and Ganesha.

Not only this, after connecting the four lines of the swastika, the dot formed in the middle is also defined by different beliefs. It is believed that if the four lines of the swastika are considered the four heads of Lord Brahma, the point in the middle is Lord Vishnu’s navel, from which Lord Brahma appears. Apart from this, this middle portion also indicates the beginning of the world from one end.

Things to keep in mind while making Swastik.. Swastik means auspicious work or Mars. In such a situation, swastika should be made only after external purification of the body. Along with this Swastik should be done with all the hands at a 90 degree angle of the nine fingers with holy spirit. It is believed that during Brahma Muhurta if Swastik is done with the ring finger with a mixture of saffron, kumkum, vermilion and oil then the atmosphere of the house will be good for some time.


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