8.Last Supper Christian Designs
One notable event of Christianity is the last supper. It was the event at which Jesus himself predicted the betrayal from one of his own disciples which, will eventually lead to his death. It becomes more important since the predicted death turns out to cleanse mankind of their sins. The last supper still remains a way of worship up till today and most people consider inking this tattoo on the sleeves as being devoted.
Hinduism Tattoo Designs
God tattoo designs appear marvelous when inked on the sleeves. This is because it is greatly detailed with the spellbinding holy outfit of Lord Krishna and the jewelry that was worn by Lord Ganesha. You can depict Lord Ganesha sitting on Parvati’s (his mother’s) lap among icy mountains, or Krishna playing his flute in charismatic nature. Vishnu, four strength signifying arms, pretty blue skin and a powerful cobra can also be inked.
10.OM Tattoo Designs
As a symbol of calmness and faith, OM religious tattoo designs have also remained another favorite of many tattoo lovers. It’s believed that the four different states of mankind are represented by the four OM parts. When detailed using two lotus flowers, just like the portion of Buddhist belief and tradition requires that one should always club two eternally beautiful things together, they are quite sexy.
11.Trishula Tattoo Designs
Three great strengths; brains, will and deeds are represented by the great trishula’s three prongs. To ink a great tattoo, you could depict lord Shiva blessing someone while holding trishula in his holy hands or you could ink him just holding the trishula. The meanings of several Sanskrit tattoos are more soulful and they go much deeper than many people think. These days, people don’t bother to know these meanings.
12.Lord Vishnu Design
Sometimes referred to as Hari or Naravana, this is a deity that represents one among the most important male figures of Hinduism. Followers of the religion believe that he is a strong protector and most times, he is portrayed with four arms holding objects like a discus, conch, lotus flower and skin interestingly pale blue in color. As a religious tattoo object, he is commonly inked as a powerful symbol of extra security.
Lakshmi is an important goddess in Hinduism. She is believed to give good fortune and wealth as well as great spiritual and material prosperity. She is believed to be Lord Vishnu’s wife and a popular tattoo object nowadays. She is normally depicted often standing or sitting comfortably on a huge lotus flower. She is also usually inked with four arms with each holding varying objects sometimes.
In Hindu religion, Kali is believed to be the goddess of creation, power, destruction and time. She is taken to be a great protector as she is believed to continuously battle against all evil. She is a famous tattoo subject of modern times. She is mostly portrayed standing over Shiva who is her consort. Most of her tattoo depictions show her inked on the sleeve with a blue face and a pointed, long tongue.
The bull which Lord Shiva used to mount is known as Nandi. The name translates into joy or happiness as a meaning. Followers of Hinduism believe that his image certainly offers contentment and good fortunes. The mount is half human and half bull. Although the design is not the most popular, it appears quite incredible when rendered in full color. It is a design with a growing popularity too.