Praying Hands Chest Tattoo Designs, Ideas and Meaning
While praying hands are more religious than anything else, in Japanese culture, it simply means ‘Thank You’. For many, it’s a great way to honor and remember a family member, relative or friend who has passed away. Another aspect of praying hands is that when two hands come together, it reflects peace of mind, hands and of the physical body. The praying hands’ tattoo means different things to different people. This design was also depicted by the German print-maker, Albrecht Durer as a gift in the 15th century. An air of solemnity surrounds the praying hands’ chest tattoos. The chest contains the heart and sporting the praying hands’ tattoos in the chest region is always special. It will provide a solemn touch to the wearer.