🔯 Dotted Six-Pointed Star


Rangoli, Indian Culture, Artform, Tradition, Hinduism, Shatkona, Divine Union, Handicrafts

🔯 Meaning: A structure very similar to the ✡️ Star of David, but with a prominent addition of a thick white dot at the center. This entire design is printed in white over a purple square with blunted corners.

The 🔯 Dotted Six-Pointed Star emoji could symbolize a Rangoli, which is a famous Indian art form and also a representation of Hinduism. Nonetheless, this emoji could suggest art, Indian culture, festivity, and a sense of being or having an auspicious experience.

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How and When to Use the 🔯 Dotted Six-Pointed Star Emoji

  • Since 🔯 could represents a Rangoli, it could also be used as a reference to handicrafts, cultural art, and anything produced and crafted by hand. So, if you’re sharing such posts or reposts; information, education, announcements or just for the sake of aesthetics, use 🔯.
  • Without the dot, 🔯 becomes exactly the star of David, but from a Hindu POV, known as Shatkona. It puts forth a triangular approach to the ☯️ Yin Yang. Hence, this emoji would suggest physical and spiritual union and a sense of interdependence too.
  • While posting or reposting content relating to India, Indian festivals, or even the culture and traditions of this sub-continent, you can bring 🔯 into the caption.
  • Something noteworthy about 🔯 is that dropping it into any context would invariably suggest that the content or the subject of the given context Indian, Hindu or both.

Other Names

  • 🔯 Shatkona
  • 🔯 Rangoli
  • 🔯 Hindu Symbol
  • 🔯 Artform/Handicrafts
  • 🔯 Indian Symbol
  • 🔯 Six-Pointed Star With a Middle Dot
  • 🔯 Triangular Yin Yang
  • 🔯 Male and Female Union
  • 🔯 Hexagram With a Dot in the Middle