The history of the lotus blossom
The lotus in the eastern cultures is very common. Like the rose in America, the lotus is a popular flower choice in Asia, Egypt, India and other eastern countries. In fact, the popularity of the Lotus compared to that of the rose. The Rose Tattoo and Lotus Tattoo actually share symbolic values and both have a similar meaning. The Lotus is also symbolic for the Chinese and Japanese. In flower symbolism, the Lotus represents “a new beginning” and “alienated love”. The lotus flower is mentioned in the Bible and other religious text. It also has its place in mythology and legends. Some people even say that the Lotus flower is the flower of God. Religious tattoos have at some point used the lotus in their designs, but it’s rare. Many people, symbolic with the lotus flower the new beginning. These people believe that the lotus symbolizes rebirth. Many of us want a new beginning and enjoy the new beginning. The Lotus Tattoo can symbolize just that.
Lotus tattoo meanings and ideas
There are many different meanings when it comes to the symbolic lotus flower. Below are some of the meanings.
- New beginning
- Spiritual awakening
Although there are many different meanings for the lotus flower, there are also meanings for each color of the lotus. Here you are.
Blue Lotus – Symbolizes wisdom and knowledge
Red Lotus – Symbolizes purity of the heart
Pink Lotus – Symbolizes deity, above Lotus color
White Lotus – Symbolizes spiritual protection
Purple Lotus – symbolizes mystery
The Lotus Tattoo can be placed in a variety of different places on the body. You can have them tattooed on the back of her neck, shoulders, back, sides and hips, arms, ankles and legs. They come in a variety of different sizes and colors. Most lotus tattoo designs are very different and well designed. With these tattoos, they can capture the true beauty of the Lotus tattoo. The Lotus is also a symbol for “transformation”. The lotus is as a very small native flower at the bottom of ponds, rising, and then it blooms in a beautiful flower. The Lotus Tattoo also appears in many tribal tattoo designs. The Lotus can be designed in tribal art. Sometimes people also choose other flowers that they combine with the lotus. You may have noticed that fish are often presented with the lotus flower. Both the koi and lotus are symbolic in Japan, China and other eastern cultures. Although there are a large variety of people who make Lotus tattoo symbolic, others only choose design because it offers variety and beauty. Some people are of the beliefs that this design represents their heritage or union. Still, the Lotus is a very popular tattoo design and among the women, ranking it at the top of the list next to the Rose Tattoo.