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  2. i want to know briefly about The Swastika; Symbol, Origin and Migration ? i am really interested.
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  3. The ¨swastika¨ in the picture of the temple is NOT a swastika. It is a manji. A swastika is tilted and is ¨turning¨ counter-clockwise. A manji lays flat and it not tilted.