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Jain Symbol

It is symbol of sentiment that ties all the followers of Jainism into the thread of unity and inspires to follow the path of Ahimsa.
 

The DOT at the summit of the Trilokakar symbol is embodiment of Free Soul. The HALF-MOON indicates Siddha Shila and THREE DOTS indicates Triratna - Right Faith, Right Knowledge and Right Conduct. Honor and pride.
The SWASTIKA imparts the knowledge of four Gaties. The HAND signifies friendly reassurance and ethical responsibility of every individual. The word AHIMSA on the CHAKRA appears in the center of the palm is for non-violence. PARASPAROGRAHO JEEVANAM placed on the bottom denotes that All life is bound together by mutual support and interdependence.
All sects of Jains use this symbol on the documents of their daily use like letter pads, Bill books, Invitation cards etc.

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