Hands Clasped Gallery
Hands clasped is a gesture of connection and unity that has been used in many cultures throughout history, and is a sign of respect, friendship
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Hands clasped is a gesture of connection and unity that has been used in many cultures throughout history, and is a sign of respect, friendship, and solidarity between two people or groups. The gesture can be seen in art, literature, and even religious ceremonies. In some cultures it is also used to express love or gratitude. The hands-clasped gesture has been around for centuries and can be found in many different cultures around the world. In India it is known as the namaste greeting; in Japan it's called gassho; and in Latin America it's referred to as manos unidas (united hands). This simple yet powerful gesture conveys a sense of unity among those who share it—whether they are family members, friends, colleagues or strangers. The symbolism behind this gesture varies from culture to culture but generally signifies peace, harmony and mutual understanding between two people or groups of people and can also represent agreement on an issue or show appreciation for something done by another person. Additionally, hands clasped may be used as an expression of prayerful contemplation or spiritual connection with the divine. In modern times this meaningful symbol continues to be widely shared across cultures as a way to express support for one another during difficult times such as natural disasters or political unrest—a reminder that we are all connected regardless of our differences.