Hamsa – The definition

Hamsa is a palm inspired hand that is very popular in the Middle East and North Africa.
The name “Hamsa” comes from the Hebrew word “Hamesh” which means five. “Hamsa” refers to that there are five fingers on talisman, although some believe it represents the five books of the Torah. Sometimes it is called Hand of Miriam, Moses’ sister.
It is often used as jewelry or amulets and is known for its protection against evil, and gives strength and fortune to those who wear it.

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Hamsa bracelet