What tattoo symbol symbolizes birth and fertility?
A Baby .
Selma Taffel has written: 'Maternal weight gain and the outcome of pregnancy, United States, 1980' -- subject(s): Birth weight, Birth weight, Low, Body weight, Complications, Fetal death, Health surveys, Low Birth weight, Medical Statistics, Pregnancy, Pregnant women, Statistics, Statistics, Medical, Weight gain 'Trends in fertility in the United States' -- subject(s): Fertility, Human, Human Fertility 'Birth and fertility rates for states' -- subject(s): Birth Rate, Childbirth, Fertility, Fertility, Human, Human Fertility, States, Statistics
It symbolizes the light of Christ in the world. Jesus said 'I am the Light of the World' and light is a very significant symbol in the Bible - being 'in the light' means to walk in God's way, whereas darkness signifies an absence of God. When a baptised person or child is given a lighted candle it symbolizes a new birth, a new relationship with God, being part of god's family - passing fom…
Anrudh K. Jain has written: 'Implications of reproductive health for objectives and efficacy of family planning programs' -- subject(s): Evaluation, Birth control, Health and hygiene, Population policy, Women, Family planning 'Determinants of infant mortality in India' -- subject(s): Infants, Congresses, Mortality 'Fertility transition in India' -- subject(s): Fertility, Human, Human Fertility, Social policy 'Assessing the fertility impact of quality of family planning services' -- subject(s): Birth control, Fertility, Human, Human Fertility
Savita Thakur has written: 'Concurrent evaluation of family welfare and MCH programme in target free district Sirmour of Himachal Pradesh' -- subject(s): Birth control, Maternal and infant welfare 'Fertility among scheduled castes and scheduled tribes' -- subject(s): Fertility, Human, Birth control, Human Fertility