Hindu tattoos are some of the more traditional styles that can find and have a long run. In fact henna is a major element that can be observed in many social events such as a wedding. We will focus on the issue of henna tattoos on other input of the website.
Tattoos Indian elephants. Most tattoos that you will see in this collection elephants have in common, because in India are very common and are an animal beloved by the Indians bringing in tattoos are widely used.
Hindu tattoos refer to an ancient culture so we can see that there are many sophisticated designs along the history and not only that, but they have deep meanings and colorful that can be a good choice for tattoos of. To do this, we will focus on various symbols that refer this culture and what each one of them:
Sri Yantra is a symbol representing the spiritual journey that refers to the passage of time and life experiences that throughout life we have and which help us to grow. It is a symbol with a colorful and complex result, although it is not very difficult to tattoo and the end result can be very attractive.
Om, it is another classic symbols of Indian culture. It is the symbol referring to the generation, nutrition and destruction. It is the sound basis that is used in different relaxation techniques and that has to do with the vital energy we have in the body.
Ganesha, which is a figure that represents elephant-headed and which is sacred. It relates to the wisdom and learning so it is a precious symbol and has a visually pleasing result.
As mentioned above, henna tattoos on the bodies of women who marry in India are very common. They are usually tattooed on the hands and feet that is said to bring good luck and help create a strong marriage.
People who feel admiration for Indian culture often find a problem, since most symbols have many meanings and can be difficult to decide on one of them. What most people choose is tattooed numerous designs, which can be easily attached, but you can not make the mistake of tattooing a very ornate design, because each of these symbols have many details layouts and colors.
To conclude, we can say that the Hindu culture offers a wide possibility of colorful designs, so you can combine design with meaning, achieving a visually appealing and profound meaning tattoo. Mention that most of these tattoos have small dimensions so they tend to fit naturally in almost all areas of the body, areas that I recommend for these types of designs are the ankle, wrist and neck principally, but you can always innovate .
In this gallery we find tattoos that represent a deity or aspect of Hinduism.
We’ve had two and those two matches and that the main element is an elephant or the characteristics of the pachyderm.
Besides the elephant, the symbol of OM is the most widely repeated in the Hindu tattoos. It is a sacred symbol in Hinduism and Buddhism. Symbolizes the Brahman.
Great design with many details in which we miss the color.
Ganesha Tattoo, one of the most popular gods of Hinduism. It is characterized by elephant head and human body.
Another symbol of Om tattoo of a different style.
Beautiful image of a blue elephant with flower in contrasting red tone holding the trap.
Creative design in gray with a green background.
Printed inside a flower symbol.
A sort of gargoyle with great wings and full of details in black tones.
A very creative design.
Elephant with red and green clothes and a large necklace full of little details.
Image of a warrior who is full of details and with some pretty shady printed properly. However, the proportions of the girl are not very accurate.
Indian tattoo on the back where we see a large flower at the base and Ganehsa on it.
Ganesha tattooed this time in blue and gold.
Another animal that appears most often in India hidues tattoos are tigers, as we see in the next guy tattoo
Two other photos with Hindu designs and tattoos on his back, one with black and one using more colors.
Colorful design that has been curiously color to the background and the main character in black tone, a very original technique.
Hinduism as a polytheistic religion that is characterized by the worship more than one god. In this picture the deity Vishnu appears,
This design makes some of the deities in the Hindu pantheon reference. It has a certain resemblance to Vishnu and Shiva.
Another design that you can see it has been printed in a strange way and the result is fuzzy and can be seen with difficulty.
Male arm tattooed with the Hindu deity Vishnu.
Tattooed back to the deity Ganesha, human body and elephant head.
Image printed on the lower back of the young.
Drawing occupies the whole of the forearm but quite poorly printed.
The deity Ganesha is one of the most popular Hindu regarding tattoos.
Design blacks in a creative image and other dark tones but with an original end result.
Ganesha design in bright pink
A curious pattern of letters that seem to have printed with pen instead of ink.
Blue Elephant against a red tone.
Eye of Horus design surrounded by flames and with Daniel’s name with a date.
We spent Hinduism to Buddhism. Tattoo with the face of Buddha.
Strange symbol printed in black tones in the leg.
Pretty picture of an elephant in a characteristic soft blue tone.
Trident design OM symbol below.
A seal in red.
Diseñoc worked on some detail in yellow and occupying the whole arm. Certainly it has a good result.
Ganesha on blue lotus flower.
We keep seeing again and again tattoos showing the image of Ganesha.
Colorful design with a green tone but the truth is that this kind of religious designs are usually represented in black, like those related to the Christian religion, Hinduism does not feel the same.
Tattoos full color deity Ganesha with Arabic letters on the trunk and with a striking crown. This person also has tattooed a rat with crown on the other hand.
And after seeing Ganesha in the vast majority of images we ended up with a big tattoo, this girl that fills the back and another representing divinity we have seen before, Vishnu.