The Nandavarta or Nandyavarta is one of the eight auspicious symbols of Jainism for the Svetambara sect. It is an ashtamangala which is used for worship, and could be made with rice grains. It is also the symbol of 18th Tirthankar Aranatha. The symbol has 4 arms with compulsorily 9 corners/ turns each.
- Nandyāvarta, an auspicious symbol in Indian art by A. L Srivastava (Book)
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