There are no Celtic symbols that mean "brotherhood;" however, the Brother of the Arrow is generally substituted as one. The Brother of the Arrow is a Celtic symbol that was used on warriors who were heading out to war, a... More »

There are two primary Celtic symbols that are associated with strength: the Dara Celtic Knot and the Ailm. Both symbols are connected to specific trees from which they derive the strength characteristic. More »

Some Irish Celtic symbols are the Claddagh ring, the Brigid's cross and the shamrock. The Claddagh ring shows a crowned heart being held by two hands. It is a symbol of love, friendship and loyalty. More »

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The five point star, one of many identifying symbols of the Chicago-based Vice Lords, stands for the virtues of truth, love, freedom, justice and peace. The five point star distinguishes Vice Lord gang members, as do a t... More »

Saris, particularly those made of hand-woven cloth, are considered important symbols of Indian identity and pride, according to Encyclopedia.com. The sari has been worn in India since 3000 B.C. The ancient people of Indi... More »

Culture can be described as having five basic components: symbols, language, values, norms and material culture. Culture is a system of beliefs and codes of conduct that dictates the behavior of members of a society. Bec... More »

The five components of culture include symbols, language, values, beliefs and norms. Symbols may be either physical or non-physical. A flag is an example of a physical symbol, and bows and curtsies are examples of non-ph... More »