Jain Symbols

Jain Symbols
The comprehensive Jain symbol consists of a Jain emblem, crescent of the moon, three dots, the Swastika, ther Om, the palm of a hand with the wheel (Chakra) inset, and an outline figure encompassing all symbols and several other symbols.

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The outline of the symbol is defined as the universe. It consists of three realms (Loks). The upper portion indicates URDHAVA LOK (heaven). It contains the heavenly abodes (Devloka) of all the celestial beings and abode of the Siddhas (Siddhashila). The middle portion indicates MADHYALOK (material world).

Jain Symbols - wikipedia.org
The purpose of this article is to provide the origin and the meaning of the Universal Jain emblem and list other symbols that are found in the Jain literatures.

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Jain Symbol
The Jain Symbol is a congregation of various symbols, each having a deeper meaning. This symbol was adopted by all sects of Jainism while commemorating the 2500th anniversary of the nirvana of Lord Mahavira.