Our Unity Collection is a celebration of humanness and different religions of the world. India is known for its diversity – in people, religions, languages, cultures etc. Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity, Buddhism, Jainism, Judaism and the Baha’í Faith are some of the different religions that exist in India. Individuals of different religions live in concordance here and this harmony can be observed in the celebration of various festivals and the message of affection and fraternity that is communicated by each one of the religions. The religions of India celebrate the shared feeling that unites all individuals even though they belong to different religions. Our Unity Collection celebrates this unity in diversity.
The unity collection showcases religious tolerance and unity through various religious signs. After all, we are more alike than we are different. No matter what our religion might be, there is love, friendship in the middle of all diversities and diverse religious groups live amicably in India. Explore our Unity Collection here!
Ek ong kar symbol represents the ‘One Supreme Reality’. It is the universal symbol of oneness in Sikhism. Ek means one, Ong means creator and kar means the creation. This symbol signifies that there is no difference between the creator and his creations and the Supreme creator is believed to be present everywhere and resides in everything. The Ong sound is never ending and ever flowing melodious sound of God, who cannot be contrasted with any other. The Ek Ong Kar Charm makes a great gift for men or women who love to make a meaningful style statement.
Ahimsa signifies ‘nonviolence’ and “compassion” and alludes to a key virtue in Jainism. Ahimsa preaches non-violence not only towards all living beings but also towards all animals. It is an important symbol in Jainism and Buddhism, inspired by the belief that all individuals have divine spiritual energy; if you hurt anyone it is equivalent to hurting oneself. The symbol has a hand with a wheel in the middle, which represents the dharmachakra. It recommends us to examine our activities and make sure that we do not hurt anyone in any way either through our words, ideas or actions. The wheel in the hand has a special meaning, if we don’t follow the path of Ahimsa or nonviolence and carry on violent activities, then we will be stuck in the cycles of birth and death.
The benevolent Mother Teresa once famously said that Peace starts with a smile. The peace symbol consolidates a circle, a vertical line, and descending inclining lines. The sight of this adorable little Peace charm dangling from the chain of your arm jewelry is sure to bring a smile to you and those lucky enough to be around you!
The Wheel of Life Charm symbolizes Buddhist view of the Universe and describes the cause of all evil and its effects. This universal symbol of Buddhism depicts Buddha’s teachings to achieve Nirvana. It symbolizes the teachings of the Buddha, who is believed to have “turned the wheel of the dharma.” The wheel is used as a symbol of Buddhism.
The wheel represents the interminable cycle of samsara, or rebirth, which can be escaped only by Buddha’s teachings. It is one of the most established symbols and it was utilized under Indian ruler Ashoka’s rule. This wheel of life has three fundamental parts- – the centre point, the edge, and the spokes. Each part has its own significance.
It is a universal symbol of the Islamic religion. This symbol usually signifies the beginning of Ramadan, the ninth lunar moon and reminds us about some of the lunar cycles that regulate Islam’s religious calendar. The simple elegance of the Star and Crescent Charm speaks for itself. This sterling silver Charm lets you show your spiritual side in style.
The word Shinto means “the way of the gods” and our Shinto charm is inspired by the “torii” gate. This gate is often found at the entrance or within the Shinto Shrine where it symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the sacred. This pure sterling silver charm comes with a silver locking clip for wearing with your favourite charm bracelet or necklace.
The Star of David is the universal symbol of Judaism. This symbol has two overlapping triangles which represent the relationship between God and the people. The star pointing upwards is believed to represent God, while the star pointing down represents Jewish people. It is also a symbol of protection against evil forces. Another symbolic meaning of the Star of David is that the six points represent the absolute rule of the God in all directions: North, South, East, West, Up and Down. Show your spiritual side while staying in style with this Charm.
Yin and Yang is the universal symbol of Taoism. It represents the belief that everything in the universe consists of two forces that are opposing but complementary. Yin is associated with the feminine, yet, dark, negative and inward energy. Yang is characterized by masculine, energetic, bright, positive and outward energy. Both of these elements exist in pairs and are not mutually exclusive. It is believed that the world is composed of different, opposing forces, but these forces coexist and complement each other. Some examples of Yin and Yang elements include Moon and the Sun, Female and Male, Cold and Hot and so on.
Holy Cross Charm is a universal symbol of Christianity. It is a symbol of the atonement and reminds people that God sacrificed his own son for Humanity. It is believed that through his sacrifice, Jesus conquered death itself. Thus this symbol represents Jesus’ victory over sin and death.
Believed for centuries to bring good luck, the horseshoe is said to ward off all evil and provide good fortune to those who wear it. It has a long history of being a protective symbol and all throughout the middle ages it was believed that witches were afraid of horses and primarily the horseshoes. Thus, the horseshoe is a very pious symbol and is believed to protect against any form of evil and bring good luck.
The Khanda Symbol derives its name from the double-edged sword which is a metaphor of Divine Knowledge. The sharp edges signify cleaving Truth from Falsehood. The Khanda is meant for people who are seeking freedom from their sufferings, wherever they may be.
Good fortune. Luck and well-being. The Hindu swastika is an ancient symbol that stems from the Sanskrit word Svasti, which means “All is Well”. It is a sign of Good Fortune and well-being and represents four directions of the world. This beautiful charm can be worn stand-alone as a pendant on a delicate chain or it easily adds a sense of auspicious beginnings your charm bracelet or charm necklace.
It is one of the most important symbols in Hindu Religion. Along with Hindus, it is also considered sacred for the Jains, Buddhist and Sikh religion. It is believed to bring harmony, peace and eternal bliss to its wearer. It also represents the omnipresence and omnipotent power of the universe. This lovely Om can be worn stand-alone as a pendant on a delicate chain or with your charm bracelet or necklace. Add a sense of peace and unity to your jewellery with this charm.