Swastika is considered a symbol of auspiciousness in Hinduism. Swastik symbol is made in Hindu religion to do any auspicious work. The swastika symbol can be seen outside their homes and in temples for the followers of Hinduism.
Swastika is considered a symbol of general auspiciousness. The swastika may represent purity, truth, and stability of the soul, alternatively the Sun. The swastika symbol has been used since ancient times. It is believed that the symbol of Swastika is the symbol of Lord Ganesha.
Brahma in the middle of the Swastika, the four arms coming out of the middle are called Dharma, Moksha, Artha and Kama. The straight line after the bend of the arms is called Sarupya, Salokya, Samipya and Sayujya. The ends of the arms of the Swastika symbol are called ego, mind, chitta and intellect. The empty space of the arms of the swastika is called Surrender, Love, Faith and Reverence.
The Swastika symbol has been described in many ways in Hinduism. As the four arms of the Swastika - describes the four directions, the four Vedas and their harmonious whole.
In Hinduism, the swastika symbol is considered to be the symbol of Ganapati. Lord Ganesha who removes all obstacles, gives the boon of happiness and prosperity. In Hinduism, the Swastika symbol is used to complete any work smoothly and get success in it. Apart from Hinduism, the Swastika has special significance in Jainism and Buddhism as well. In both these religions also, the Swastika symbol is specially used for the wish of Mars.