The eight auspicious symbols (Skt. aṣṭamaṅgala; Wyl. bkra shis rtags bryad) 1 The Most Precious Parasol; 2 The Auspicious Golden Fishes. The Eight Auspicious Symbols is the most famous set of symbols in Tibetan Buddhism. The Eight Auspicious Symbols (Ashtamangala in Sanskrit) are a group of lucky symbols that appear on many Buddhist textiles, objects and.
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Golden Fishes Symbol One of the Eight Auspicious Symbols, the golden fishes suvarnamatsya represents good fortune, fertility and salvation in Buddhism. Here we explain the significance of these eight objects. The hand mudras that signify the eight objects are shown above. They are depicted individually and in pairs, or as a group of eight. The sequential order for Chinese Buddhism was defined  in the Qing dynasty as:.