30 Spiritual and Startling Buddhist Tattoo Designs

If you have a solid belief in Buddhist philosophy and art or you are just inspired with it we offer you to have a look at these 20 spiritual and startling Buddhist designs where you can find tattoos which have deep meaningful details. Those who study Buddhism are aware of it’s philosophy. And this philosophy takes you to the world of morality, attentiveness, wisdom, awareness and understanding. In these article you will discover the art and philosophy of Buddhism and also can have the opportunity to see it’s description, symbols and Buddhist prayers.

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This idea can be used widely as it can be done on any part of your body. However, it will be eye-catching if you do it on your arm, leg, shoulder or stomach. It’s beautiful and easy at the same time and looks classic.
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As we know there are number of Golden Buddha statues all over the world. They are considered to be the great symbols of Buddhism. This tattoo design contains many bright colors which make the tattoo glow. It’s a nice one and can be reflected either with the whole body or just the face. While getting this tattoo your artist may use light colors so that it could shine like the gold.
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If you want to have a Meditating Buddha then you should take into account that it’s not going to be a small one. Actually on this tattoo artists use a lot of meaningful details like trees, flowers and other symbols of nature which make a fine combination with the image of Buddha. In this tattoo you can use simple and clear colors to get the scene look as amazing as possible. And in addition, we can say that this tattoo will look great if you do it on your back.
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The Laughing Buddha tattoo is very popular. According to a Chinese folklore, the image of a laughing Buddha tells about his light-hearted nature. It’s often reflected with a fat belly. The following tattoo is one of the best of a Laughing Buddha. If you have already decided that you want this design, you can have it on your stomach.
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The popular symbol of a Buddhist Prayer is “Om Mani Padme Hum” which people use during their meditations. A Buddhist Prayer can be done on any part of your body, but many people prefer to have it on the inner forearm, ribcage or chest. But if you are a woman there is an exceptional idea for you to have it on your neck. It’s cute and looks beautiful.
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