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Succinct Information About Oriental Symbolism

by on Aug.16, 2013, under China

The collection of Chinese symbols consists of an vast number of symbols that goes over the count of eighty thousand. This assortment includes all Chinese characters, signs and alphabets that have been used for thousands of years. With regards to the Chinese symbols per se, their use has become highly restricted in modern times.

The use of these symbols has diminished as the Chinese language is evolving over the years but they have other uses which are connected to art. The artistic formation of these symbols has eternal aesthetic value and they are acclaimed by the whole world for this reason.

When we take a look at China itself we find the existence of Chinese symbols in all walks of life. The cityscape is loaded with Chinese symbols represented through different mediums of art and architecture. Today you will be able to find Chinese symbols on common products such as kitchen ware etc. Many people still make use of traditional Chinese symbols for superstitious reasons in Chinese culture.

The Chinese symbols are formed so artistically that they are extremely attractive whatever their meaning might be. In reality every sign has deep philosophical connotation behind them which has rich history and is also used traditionally.

Talking of the Chinese symbol you should be aware that these symbols cover a vast area which incorporates both positive as well as negative meanings. Traditionally the Chinese believe that the strong power of the positive symbols will attract good fortune. So if they have positive symbols in their life only good things will happen.

The validity of this claim is subject to personal opinion and faith. For the Chinese the symbols hold great significance both in terms of their beautiful physical forms as well as their meaning and the consequences that incorporating these symbols into your life can have.

The ancient Chinese symbol that represents five bats collected together is one of the most popular motifs known as the five good fortunes. The five elements represent wealth, health, love, longevity and virtue. When used with the color red this symbol is considered to be even more powerful.

The sunset symbol is another positive symbol from ancient China which you will find is used widely in Chinese society. The Sun itself is the most potent power and the Yang energy is originated from the sun.

Believed to energize as well as purify the symbol of the sun is highly revered in Chinese culture due to the profound meaning that it has for them. The same symbol is also meant to represent balance which has been derived from an ancient Chinese legend.

Chinese dragon symbols make a great choice for a tattoo. If you want to know more about Chinese peace signs please follow the links.

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    All About Japanese Family Symbols

    by on Aug.15, 2013, under Japan

    Family system has not yet been thrown out by the Japanese people and so is the case of the family symbols also. ‘Ka-mon’, the Japanese term for family symbols was derived from ‘Ka’ and ‘mon’ which mean family with its own ancestral tree and emblem respectively. History of Ka-mon traces back to 1200 AD.

    The Europeans also had the custom of adopting family symbols at that time, which was called ‘Coat of Arms’ . This similarity has been a stimulant for a number of comparative studies between these two symbols.

    No doubt, the Japanese family symbol possesses multiple and unique characteristics which are impossible to decipher by giving them generalized explanations.

    There are no specified rules for the construction of Japanese family symbols. Generally mon is found as a disc-shaped symbol encompassing any figure of plants, animals, man-made objects and mythical or real figures.

    Kanji script, which is an unavoidable element of Japanese art forms, can be seen in the family symbols also. Religious and geometrical figures also are used to create these symbols. Normally these scripts and figures would be put in an abstracted form.

    Although there are no set restrictions when it comes to the designing of the mon it gets its name from the contents that are illustrated in its design. The name of the mon does not really represent its depiction rather it only seeks to describe it. The blazon in the mon is not in perspective and this makes it quite different from the European crest. The designs that are illustrated on the mon come into their formalized fashion as they get the stamp of tradition through the passage of time.

    There is not a specified rule for the colour selection also. However, they are commonly found in monochrome. The usage of family symbols are unaccustomed in Japan nowadays. Although there are some families that stick to use them, several families will find it difficult to identify their mon because it has been labelled as an ancient practice.

    In case any family requires to identify their mon, there are several ways to find it. The temple records keep the details of the ancestral home towns of people and these records can be useful when need arises.

    The Japanese family symbols are available for sale at many of the conventional arts and crafts shops all over the world. You will find the family symbol to be used in the interior decorations of restaurants as well as on ceramic roof tiles. Many Japanese packed foods also include the mon.

    Japanese Kanji symbols are often used as designs for tattoos. Persons wanting to read further on love symbols from Japan please follow the hyperlinks.

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      Cursory Info About Asian Name Symbols

      by on Aug.14, 2013, under China

      Chinese symbols seems never to lose its appeal whether within china or outside. While the Chinese themselves hold them at a high esteem, the western civilization is much in awe of these symbols. Though the official Chinese language is formalizing its script and limiting the use of these symbols.

      The reason behind the eternal appeal of the Chinese symbols is the simplicity and beauty of their form. It seems as though these symbols were created for the sake of art rather than communication. In truth however they served both these purposes.

      The recognition of the Chinese symbol in the west is increasing day by day and those who have them is considered to be hip and trendy. It has become a latest fashion in the western society to have names of the individuals written in form of Chinese symbol on pictures or posters or on the personal items and accessories or get it tattooed on the body.

      The idea of having your name written in Chinese symbol on yourself or on special item has an aim. It actually describes the personality of the person. If the others do not know what it means you can always explain the meaning of your name.

      For the non Chinese people these symbols represent beauty of their form and they want to include it in their life by having their names written in these symbols. Once done people use it as their personality logo for their own purposes.

      The universally appealing Chinese symbols are bound to be valued by anybody from any culture whatsoever. Such is the artistry behind this ancient art. It is however imperative to confirm the meaning of the Chinese name symbol that you intend on using for whatever purposes.

      Do not judge the symbols only by their artistic form and get them written for you as each symbol has its own specific meaning and it could become rather embarrassing if you get it done without knowing what it means.

      If you want to get your name converted into a Chinese symbol then there are plenty of troublefree opportunities available to you in today’s times. It is however highly advised not to try and copy your original name’s phonetics in Chinese characters to get the other person to understand.

      It is quite probable that people will expect their names to sound same when it is translated into Chinese symbol which is not at all possible and it sounds pretty different. What we don’t understand is that it cannot be a direct conversion. Each of these symbols has different meaning and it will be these meanings that your name will depict after transformation.

      Chinese kanji symbols are becoming more popular for tattoos. If you would like to see more Chinese alphabet symbols click on the hyperlinks.

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