An ancient dharmic religion from India that prescribes a path of non-violence towards all human beings.
The Symbol is a nine-pointed star where Nine, the highest single-digit number, symbolizes completeness.
Also known as kami-no-michi, this is the indigenous religion of Japan. The Torii gate religious symbol marks the entrance to sacred space.
The Crescent and The Star in this symbol represent progress and illumination with the light of knowledge. Historians also say that they were previously the insignia of the Ottoman Empire.
It is a monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. This symbol denotes the greatest sacrifice ever made and the assurance of salvation.
This religious symbol is known as the Dharma Wheel and its eight points symbolize the various types of living (Eightfold Path) that will lead to a peaceful existence in the world.
This symbol is known as Om, and its syllable is composed of the three sounds a-u-m, which represent several important triads: the three worlds of earth, atmosphere, and heaven.
Historical Vedic religion
The symbol's elements from a circle representing eternity, fire is also an important element of the symbol representing light, warmth, and has purifying powers. This religion is also known as Mazdayasna.
This religion has its influence from east Asia. It's Yin and Yang symbol represents a perfect harmonic balance between two opposites with a portion of the opposite element in each section.
This religion is also known as Ruism, it has four main symbols out of which this symbol represents the “Jen” meaning “social virtue.”
Known as the Star of David this symbol is based on the shape of David's shield.
This symbol known as the Khanda represents, union with God, and the importance of divine knowledge, action, and devotion while living peacefully.
This symbol known as the eye of God Horus is the symbol of an Ancient Egyptian religion which denotes protection.
This symbol belonging to a Tibetian religion is a left-facing swastika denoting conduciveness to well being or auspiciousness.
This religion is also termed as Pagan Witchcraft, where the followers believe in the ethical guideline called the "Threefold Law," which states that whatever a person wishes upon someone else returns to them three times.