Bow and arrow sign palmistry (tag) Indian Palmistry Symbols like the bow and arrow and their meanings can vary between palmists. Some Astro-palmists claim that there are at least ninety basic signs. The study of many of these symbols goes back a long time to Sanskrit slokas, which is a body of writings by Aryan people who entered India from the northwest. This type of symbolism is not used by modern hand readers, not only because of how rare they are but because of the superstitious or illogical meanings.
I will not be attempting to find or list all the symbols; instead I have picked out some of the more widespread ones. Some of these Indian palmistry symbols are fortunate, and some are unfortunate. Don’t worry though, an absence of any of them is not significant. It doesn’t mean the subject can’t achieve wealth or happiness.
If you do happen to find one of these symbols, don’t forget to seek confirmation in other parts of the hand. The meanings might also vary depending on which hand it is. The dominant hand would show the active conscious, and non-dominant hand the passive unconscious.
The easiest way to understand the occurrence of symbols on the hand is to interpret them as something that reflects a person’s way of thinking. So, the sign on your hands tells that in the past, what you have done is the reason for the mark. It is not different from reading the lines in modern palmistry in the sense that they are a record of your past actions.