What Does Your Tattoo Mean?


A tattoo is not only identification, a fashion statement but a unique way to express yourself and your unique personality, which makes you different from others.

There are ample of tattoo ideas you might get to see but before making the decision to get a new tattoo, just make sure you understand the symbolic meaning of the tattoo or you may end up with regret after a few years. Before going to have a tattoo you must find out, What kind of personality you are and what are those energies you might want to strongly emphasis on! eg.  I want to get good luck, success in my life so I’ve got 5 stars on my left wrist, they are deciphered as ambition and hope, and are sometimes known as a symbol of good luck, success and good wishes. My Tattoo

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In this post, I am collating the different tattoos with meaning, find out one to express yourself!

Feather Tattoos

A symbol of freedom and enlightenment and a symbol of guidance and protection. For people who dream of soaring the skies like a free bird, the wing symbol takes on the feathery aspect of a bird.


Boat Design Tattoos

As boats travel over water,  A person who always wants to travel and have adventure in life should opt for this tattoo as boats have always represented a journey, adventure and never stops.


Angel Tattoos 

A symbol for expressing love of God and belief of the religion. An angel also represents the devotion, spirituality and faith and signifies a relationship with God. An angel can be intended as a figure of guidance and protection.


Tribal Tattoos

Tribal Tattoos are pieces of body art which were organized by those families who committed various crimes, so that their appearance is different and distinct. Their origin goes back to the Bronze Age which was about 5000 years ago. It was practiced by people belonging to different races and cultures. They also stand as a symbol of power and authority.


Dragon Tattoos

In Japanese culture, dragon is a symbol of supernatural powers. The dragon is a culturally far-ranging character whose apparent bad temper should be interpreted as simply amoral, neither good nor evil.

Dragon Tattoos For Girls

Butterfly Tattoos

 Represents, soul or mind. In Japanese culture believe that if a butterfly enters your guestroom, the person whom you most love is coming to see you. The Butterfly reminds its admirers of the mystery of nature and the richness of human imagination.


Lily Flower Tattoo

Lily flower is a symbol of chastity and purity of Virgin Mary. Tiger lily (a lily from China) represents mercy, compassion, and aggressive traits associated with feminine nature.


Fairy Tattoos

Fairies often the represents the human wishes and desire in the form of little people with magical powers. As a tattoo design fairy tattoo symbolize the youthful innocence and a desire to retain a child-like imagination, wonder and awe.


Cherry Tree Tattoos

Cherry blossom represents the transience of life as it is fading and withered very quickly


Star Design Tattoos

Star tattoos representa a significant change in one’s life or a desire to achieve high goals. It also represents a bright, shining point in one’s life.


Rose and Skull Tattoos

These tattoos are the symbol of love and death.


Red Rose Tattoos

The red rose tattoos represents Love, Beauty.


Cross Tattoos

Many younger persons who are in the Christianity select to convey their faith by having a tattoo that is related to their belief system. Crosses are usually proffered as the design for many first-timers, which often follows the loss of a loved one.


Lion Tattoos

As the Lion is a King of the Jungle, the Ruler of the Wild, this tattoo is the ultimate symbol of Power and Strength.


Sun tattoos

A Sun represents fertility, vitality, passion, courage and eternally renewed youth, light and knowledge. The Sun was a symbol of both royal and divine powers.


Haida Tattoos

The Haida originally used tattoos to depict family Clan Crests. Haida crests chronicled important mythological events in the family or clan’s history – usually when an ancestor encountered a spiritual being in a supernatural context.


Crown Tattoo

The crown tattoo symbolizes an individual’s sovereignty over their own life, feelings, thoughts, and actions. The crown symbolizes self-control, and is a reminder to use power and authority wisely and justly.


Eagle Tattoos

The eagle is a symbol of freedom, which represents Protection, Masculinity and Power.


Song Bird Tattoos

A songbird is related to sailors. A sailor would know he was close to land once he saw a sparrow flying. It means finding land and good luck.


Clock and Roses Tattoos

A clock tattoo is often in memorandum of a specific time and when it goes with rose it may inject the motion of love at that time.


Heart Tattoos

The heart a symbol for love, charity, and compassion.


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  • May 15, 2014

    Payal Pandya

    Thanks Renard

  • May 15, 2014

    Renard Moreau

    [ Smiles ] Those tattoos are amazing.

    Impressive article!

  • April 24, 2014

    Lary Anderson

    Ahan! Its looking very awesome. I do not know the basic of these things but got a go with that after reading this post.

  • April 14, 2014

    Naomi Ganzu

    I would love to get a tattoo myself! :)
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  • April 10, 2014

    Payal Pandya

    I have got 2 tattoes! At very first i was so scared but then My husband got it and assured me that its not much painful its bearable and i got agree to get one and got the second one in same year :)

  • April 10, 2014


    I like to have tattoos, but I am scared of them as many say it pains.

  • April 4, 2014


    Nice post dear! enjoyed reading it!!

  • March 31, 2014

    Richa Saxena

    Never knew anything about this..>Thanks for sharing Hun! :)

  • March 31, 2014

    Payal Pandya

    Thanks :)

  • March 31, 2014


    very interesting n nice post..

  • March 31, 2014

    Payal Pandya

    Thanks Laks

  • March 30, 2014


    Awesome post. Never knew the meaning of these tattoos. Bookmarked :D :)

  • March 30, 2014


    I loved so many of theses designs, I had no idea about what they could mean.. :D :D Lovely post Payal :)

  • March 29, 2014

    Payal Pandya

    Thanks Aarzooo!

  • March 29, 2014


    This is a cool post, so in depth and loved seeing the tattoos.

  • March 28, 2014

    Payal Pandya

    Thanks Charu :)

  • March 28, 2014

    Charu Sharma

    Wow never knew about these facts!! Great post love :)

  • March 28, 2014

    Payal Pandya

    Thanks Mily!

  • March 28, 2014


    very interesting post!!

  • March 28, 2014

    Payal Pandya

    Thank you so much Sri :) Well here I can see a link about ouija board! you reminded my my days of experiments with it :)

  • March 28, 2014


    Whoa! I am bookmarking this!!! Very useful!

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