Temporary tattoos have become extremely popular in the past few years. Temporary tattoos offer the possibility to wear a fashionable tattoo, with no risks and no permanent effects. There is no wonder after all that these types of tattoos are so much appreciated nowadays. In the most recent years, Tibetan tattoos have become very popular, as both temporary and permanent tattoos. A Tibetan tattoo can express centuries-old mantras with captivating designs.
Tibetan tattoos are believed to have spiritual effects on the person wearing them. Some of the most popular Tibetan tattoo designs actually include proverbs, as well as words of wisdom by Mahatma Ghandi. These words are thought to offer protection to the person who inked them on his skin.
As such words are considered to be sacred, the placement of the tattoo on the body is actually extremely important. This means that Tibetan tattoos cannot be placed anywhere on the body. For instance, there are some words or phrases that have to be placed below the waist. Consequently, both the size and the shape, as well as the location of a Tibetan tattoo is very important.
However, in practice in many situations the application of these tattoos often ignores such details. In numerous cases, the tattoos inked also include typographical errors.
Tibetan tattoo art was first established as a unique way to express love for Buddha and gratitude for his help given to the world. As already mentioned Tibetan tattoos have special meanings, being connected to the wearer’s faith. Tibetan tattoos are unique and colorful. They are available in a large variety of models, designs and include different symbols. Such tattoos look absolutely gorgeous on the body, but these tattoos are also meaningful.
The images used for Tibetan tattoos are usually related to Buddha. This means that the tattoo can connect the wearer to a certain part of the Buddhist philosophy. They can reflect meditation, but they can also signify good luck and protection.
Blow you can find some pictures of popular Tibetan tattoos.
This Tibetan tattoo means Hail to the Jewel in the Lotus.
This is another popular model of Tibetan tattoo. It means without head.
Check out other pictures of Tibetan tattoos and pick the model you would like to have inked. Think through your decision and make up your mind on a design that is both fashionable and meaningful.