Unlike symbols such as the menorah and the Lion of Judah, the six-pointed star is not a unique image to Judaism. Other religions, including Hinduism and Buddhism, also use the shape as symbolic of the merging of spiritual elements such as the male and female and as God and humanity. Perhaps the oldest example of the six-pointed star is thousands of years old, found in Southern India on the walls of Hindu temples. In Hinduism the hexagram stands for "nara-narayana," the balance of man and god achieved through meditation and resulting in nirvana.
Solid colors are 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
Ash, Charcoal Heather, and Light Steel are poly/cotton blend
Fabric weight: 5.0 oz/yd2 (170 g/m2), 40 singles
Breathable, pre-shrunk fabric
Double-needle stitch on sleeve and bottom hem for durability