|Derived from ancient Indian symbolism.
|Symbolize fertility, abundance, and freedom in Buddhism.
|Two fish often depicted standing vertically with heads upward.
|Traditionally depicted in gold or silver.
|Featured in art, textiles, and as a symbol of good fortune.
|Connected to early Buddhist scriptures.
|Commonly seen in Tibetan Buddhist iconography.
|Represents the auspiciousness of living in harmony.
|Simple yet rich in cultural and spiritual symbolism.
|Conveys a sense of prosperity and auspiciousness.