Using The Swastik After WWII: The Pride Of Eastern Cultures

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People know about the swastik symbol, but they never try to find out the history behind it. We have seen it in the temples, outside Indian homes and even in their major festivals.  However, many people across the globe see it as a symbol of repulsion because it reminds them of genocide and bigotry.

Why did the swastika symbol come into existence? It was known as an Aryan identity and also a nationalist pride for Germans. This is precisely why the Nazi Party adopted the swastik symbol or the hooked cross (German).

But that was not the start of it. The swastika symbol came into existence thousands of years before the Nazis made it their symbol! Even today, people in India consider it as a sacred symbol! Whenever they decorate the floor with rangoli colours, the swastika is made with beautiful range of colours. Here’s a post that talks about the usage of Swastik after the World War II. Let us straight cut to the chase!

What Does ‘SWASTIKA’ Mean?

Swastika is a Sanskrit word and it simply means ‘making of goodness’. It could also mean the marker of goodness. There are three Sanskrit words in this one word – su, asti and ka. In Hinduism, Swastik was considered as a pure and religious symbol.

Since it had a positive significance, the Hindus used the symbol for auspicious occasions. Even today, the Hindus use the symbol in their temples and even decorating their homes.

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Breaking Away From The Evil

The world started to repel from the swastika symbol after Adolf Hitler used it as a symbol for their flag. It brings back the saddening memories of that period. The reason why Adolf Hitler used it in their flag was simply because of its racial purity.

Hindus still believe that swastika is the purest symbol

Although it was considered a symbol for evil deeds after Adolf Hitler used it, Hindus still believe that it is the purest symbol. This is not just a geometrical figure, but a sign of spirituality and divinity.

India is a religious nation, and they have a number of symbols which hold a major importance in their culture.

It is possible that you get outraged by seeing the swastik symbol around you, but the Indians consider it a symbol of purity. It is painted on the doorways of homes, temples and even in new buildings. When a new baby is born or a brand-new car comes home, people make a swastik symbol on the car and before the baby enters the home.

A Pride For Eastern Culture

There are many religions which consider swastik as a sacred symbol. Jains, Buddhist and Hindus believe that the swastika brings good fortune. It brings luck and prosperity! The Jews have a bitter memory of the past, and the Germans had banned the use of the symbol after World War II. We cannot live with fear, resentment and anger for the rest of our lives! Yes, it was the most horrific time for those who lost their lives in the war, but times have changed.

There is still controversy and suspicion around this symbol, but it is time to embrace it with open arms. Respecting each other’s culture should be responsibility and a feeling that should induce naturally. So, embrace the symbol and believe in its power because the Eastern Cultures consider it powerful and positive.

Aztec School Shooting: Any Hope For Reclaiming Swastika?

In a blood chilling incident in Albuquerque, New Mexico, a gunman coerced himself into performing this gruesome act of attacking school children and shooting two of them dead. Authorities had found no traces of alcohol or drugs in his system which leads to question the hidden purpose behind this act. There were proper indications that the accused, who shot himself later, had not targeted any specific student or group of students as he was seen wandering up and down the hall firing in random classrooms and computer labs. This fact eliminated the existence of any intention of violence forced upon white supremacy associated with the act.

But a shocking observation brought light to the Swastika Symbol which was etched on his upper left thigh made everyone question if this incident has any connections whatsoever to Neo-Nazi culture and fascism.

What Is The Swastika Symbol?

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The Swastika symbol was originally known as a symbol of freedom. Its provenance can be traced far back even before the World War 2 where the concept of Nazi Germany was born. People, nowadays, have the strong misconception of relating Swastika with Nazi Germany.

Over the years, as we learnt about the World War 2 getting its title as a tragic historical event, somewhere along the line we lost the true identity of the Swastika symbol.

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Existence Of Swastika Symbol

Although the Swastika symbol has been quite prominent in the United States, Germany, on the other hand, has totally forbidden the public display of Swastika in accordance to all the other symbols that dignify Nazi Germany. It is saddening to see such a beautiful word with a true meaning of freedom and good luck be associated with something that would change its identity forever.

How The Aztec School Gun Violence Supports The Idiosyncrasy?

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The gun violence at the Aztec School supports the overall mindset of the population who strongly admonish the belief that maybe the accused was involved or inspired by the upcoming Neo Nazi Culture in the States. There are no such evidence supporting this fact and also the suicide of the accused does not help matters any.

The sole reason for this violence might be that the accused was heavily perturbed and hated everything and everyone. Also adding the increase of gun epidemic in the states made a contribution to this event. But the initial mindset of the people still accentuates on the existence and formation of a Nazi society that promotes fascism, dictatorship and sadism.

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So This Is Something To Ponder On: Do We Have Any Hope For Reclaiming Swastika?

We can revive the original ideology of the Swastika Symbol by educating the society about it. Various seminars and lectures can be held on this clarifying the actual history, origin and existence of Swastika and how the after era of Nazi Germany has diverted things towards a completely different sense. Documentaries and short films through web journalism is a viable means of apprising the public.

There should be a chapter on the Swastika symbol depicting its history, origin and existence in school textbooks thus educating people from an early stage so they don’t confuse the Swastika Symbol with the Nazi. Small efforts like this could certainly bring a change in the society and thus reinitiating the lost hope.

The Rise Of Swastika Symbols: Any Cause For Concern?

The post-WWI era has seen a desperate attempt to prohibit the public use of the swastika and all other emblems and signs used by the Nazis. The numerous attempts go a long way to show the negativism now surrounding the swastika symbol which was once used for good luck and fortune. When Adolf Hitler hijacked the symbol, it became a unique identity for him and his army. The swastika was embedded on uniforms, boldly flown on the flags and was even used as a marching formation at rallies.

“Its public display can lead to protests or attract spiteful comments.”

Today, whenever the swastika is displayed publicly, it brings back memories that we would much rather forget. Today, the image is seen as a weapon of white supremacist groups. Its public display can lead to protests or attract spiteful comments. The negative reactions are tied to the atrocities Hitler used it to achieve -and they are difficult to erase from history. Hitler misappropriated the symbol enough to erase its true history and identity.

Through the course of history, the swastika symbol has been found in various uncommon places around the world. However, recently there has been a sudden rise in the rate at which the swastika is appearing in public places in the United States. The swastika has been seen around Pennsylvania, Portland, California, New York City and other places. It’s as though the harder the authorities try to crush the symbol, the more intimidating it becomes.

A few months ago, a fashion house, KA Designs, based in a yet to be identified location in Europe has unveiled t-shirts and sweatshirts with the swastika symbol on a rainbow-colored background carrying different inscriptions like “peace” and “wan”.

Most countries around the world now practice democracy where everyone has the right to self-expression and various other unalienable human rights. The rise of the swastika symbol could be a cause for concern. What if another psycho picks it up and tries to replicate the acts of Adolf Hitler? Since it is hard to erase history, the swastika is now seen as a symbol of oppression, particularly in the west. The symbol itself is not really the issue, rather the motive of the symbol bearer. The power and aura that trails the symbol make it a potent tool for scavenging and commanding a large followership.

According to the author of “The Swastika: Symbol Beyond Redemption“, Steven Heller, clamping down on the swastika is not a war that can be won. To extinguish it, you have to brainwash a whole lot of people and if you let it be it will brainwash a lot of people.

Reclaiming The Swastika: A New Clothing Brand Wants To Bring Back The Swastika

For many years, the swastika has been used as a symbol of good luck. The word itself is a Sanskrit word with a deeper meaning. When P.R. Sarkar, a Sanskrit scholar visited Germany in 1979, he broke down the word swastika into its different components in a bid to provide a deeper representation of the word. He gave the word the following interpretation: Su -“good”, asti -“to be, to exist”, ik -“what is in existence, and will continue to exist”, a -“denotes a feminine gender”. Hence, “swastika” means “good existence”.

Sarkar explained that the swastika can have both positive and negative expression.

The swastika with the tips bent to the right is considered as positive and is a symbol of victory. The swastika with the tips bent to the left is a negative swastika and can bring total annihilation when it is used. Sakar warns against using the negative swastika.

The work by the Schliemann was soon translated to mean that the German race descended from the Aryans. This was probably one of the reasons why the Nazi party formally adopted the Hakenkreuz as their party symbol in 1920. Since its adoption and the events leading to World War II, the swastika is now seen as a symbol of annihilation and racism. There have been recent clamors to reclaim the swastika’s original meaning. One of the recent attempts was the Hindu-Jewish Leadership Summit in 2008.

A new clothing company based somewhere in Europe, KA Design, has rolled out a series of gray t-shirts and sweatshirts bearing rainbow colored swastikas. According to KA Designs, the swastika on the rainbow-colored background symbolizes the LGBT movement and terms it “the new swastika”. It is clear that the motive was to bring back the swastika but the reception has not been as positive as they might have anticipated.

The gray t-shirts have several slogans on them including “peace”, “zen” and “love”, and a price tag of $20. From early indications, the shirts won’t be selling out anytime soon, no matter the good intentions of the makers.

Is It The Right Time To Reclaim The Swastika?

“KA Designs says they respect everyone’s opinion.”

Answering a related question posed by Dazed, KA Designs said there is no right time to reclaim the swastika or anything at all. They said they were inspired by the aesthetics and shape and had the intention of sharing the symbol’s beauty, without its associated hatred. According to KA Designs, freedom is one of the most fundamental human values which should be a building block for our lives.

When asked how they would feel if their only customers were Nazis, KA Design was sincere and plain in their response. According to them, it doesn’t matter who bought the t-shirts since the main purpose of the project was to generate money.

KA Designs says they respect everyone’s opinion. They also understand the insecurities that many people might have about the product and their intention is not to erase the atrocities committed underneath a symbol from the minds of people. KA Designs believes that anything can be reclaimed as long as it is done through the right means.

The current designs of t-shirts and sweatshirts by KA Designs may not be the last we hear from them as there are ongoing plans for more projects which they have said they will not reveal now. However, they hope to extend their swastika line to more designs and colors while maintaining the current message of peace.

Do you think it is the right time to reclaim swastika or is it a project delving into at all? Tell us your views in the comment box.