Minimalist white glyph on black background representing the symbol of Naga


In Hindu and Buddhist traditions, Nagas are serpent deities that symbolize protection, fertility, and the underworld. They represent the primal forces of nature and the hidden knowledge beneath the surface of life, often associated with water and treasures.

Themes: “protection”, “fertility”, “nature”, “knowledge”, “water”

More in: “Naga: Cultural Origins in Siam and the West Pacific” by Piriya Krairiksh.

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