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White Dragon Tattoo Studio
(402) 563-3804
1255 48th Ave
Columbus, NE
 
White Dragon Tattoo Studio
(402) 563-3804
3019 23RD St Ste C
Columbus, NE

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Smokin' Joe's Tattoos
(308) 383-5184
111 N Walnut St
Grand Island, NE
 
Patriot Ink Tattoo
(402) 843-5335
410.5 N 3Rd St
Elgin, NE
 
Ralph's Hungry Eye Tattoo
(402) 477-9279
116 S 9th St
Lincoln, NE
 
White Dragon Tattoo Studio
(402) 563-3804
1255 48Th Ave
Columbus, NE
 
Guns 2 Roses
(402) 325-8600
2701 N 27Th St Ste D
Lincoln, NE
 
Waldos Tattoo Parlor
(402) 932-8650
4063 E St
Omaha, NE
 
Skin Tight Tattoo & Body Piercing
(308) 395-8282
313 And A Half N Broadwll
Grand Island, NE
 
Body Mods
(402) 551-8801
6112 Military Ave
Omaha, NE
 
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Vishnu tattoos

Lord Vishnu tattoos Lord Vishnu Tattoos - Vishnu the Preserver - symbol of mercy and goodness and protector of the universe - fulfills one of the three cosmic functions in the Hindu religion. Vishnu, along with Brahma 'the creator', and Shiva 'the destroyer', symbolize the three projections of the Absolute, and reflect the three facets of human existence - birth, life, death.

Wearing a tattoo of Vishnu - or any of the Hindu holy triad - is to acknowledge and perhaps even celebrate your ability to entertain the apparent contradictions of free will, fate, and destiny, which are challenging to the Western mind trained in logic and reason, right or wrong, and the either or aspects of absolutes. A Vishnu design might well feel appropriate to people who see themselves as compassionate denizens of the vast spiritual, psychological and philosophical territory between creation and destruction. Vishnu is the preserver, the rescuer, the saviour.

Thousands of years ago in India, there was a great tradition of learning and scholarship. To explain the mysteries of the universe, the ancient sages of India evolved philosophies and teachings that addressed the stages of man's journey through life, and the forces that came to bear upon him. From these early philosophies sprang a culture rich in myth and diverse in spiritual teachings. The most important of religious symbols in India is the Trimurti, or triad, the three aspects of the Supreme Being - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.

Thousands of years ago in India, there was a great tradition of learning and scholarship. To explain the mysteries of the universe, the ancient sages of India evolved philosophies and teachings that addressed the stages of man's journey through life, and the forces that came to bear upon him. From these early philosophies sprang a culture rich in myth and diverse in spiritual teachings. The most important of religious symbols in India is the Trimurti, or triad, the three aspects of the Supreme Being - Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.

Vishnu existed before the universe came into being, then created the Ocean from which all life emerges. From his feet springs the Holy River Ganges. He is known also as the one who 'moves on the waters', and is often depicted floating on the cosmic ocean atop a coiled serpent.

Devotees of Vishnu identify him as the Supreme Being, who divided himself into three parts. From his right side emerged Brahma who created all things in the universe - and from his left side issued Shiva, the destroyer.

Vishnu is depicted as a dark man with four arms, his hands holding the lotus, the conch shell, the discus, and the club. He is often paired with his consort, Laxshmi, the fair goddess of wealth and fortune, a revered deity in her own right.

Lord Vishnu and consort Lakshmi

As the Preserver deity, Lord Vishnu manifests in human and animal form in order to protect the world from destruction, and to safeguard the spiritual and moral scriptures from corruption. These manifestations are k...

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