The significance of the lotus

Brahma , the creator , was born in a lotus , a symbol of the origin of the event.

The lotus ( Padma in Sanskrit) is the sacred flower of Buddhism and Hinduism.

Out of the mud , it rises towards the light and represents the elevation and spiritual realization .

It serves as a throne to the deities .

symbol of beauty , purity and elegance, it is also the national flower of India .

The Lotus Temple in New Delhi, India, is an architectural curiosity lotus flower shape about to hatch. The temple is to be universal and open to all religions . People don’t necessarily  perform a particular ritual , there often come just meditate in silence and an open their heart.

The lotus symbolizes the heart or the divine office and the chakras, which are also called the lotus, or wheels. The wheel is a stylized lotus , or from the center and returns to the center .

In yoga, the position of the lotus (padmasana) is a symbol of meditation and enlightenment.

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