We picked a few of our favourites. What do you think?
Now that's a cool place for an 'om' tattoo, a symbol which has deep spiritual significance in Hinduism.
Geometric colourful mandala-esque back piece? We like.
This tattoo reads 'ahimsa' which means respect for all living things and avoidance of violence towards others, in Hindu, Jain and Buddhist tradition.
How funny is this? Sun saltuations in stick men form! Each to their own...
This beautiful mandala-style tattoo is so intricate and detailed - it must have taken hours.
Wear your 'om' like a ring.
The lotus flower is a particularly favourite for back tattoos. In Hinduism, it is associated with beauty, fertility, prosperity, spirituality, and eternity.
The classic lotus again with 'courage' written in Tibetan sanskrit.
Wow! That is one beautiful Ganesha tattoo. He is the elephant god according to Hinduism, representing the soul and the earthly body of human beings.
Mandalas always make a statement. This beautiful one is big and bold - you can't miss it.
This one is subtle, but effective. 'Namaste' means the light (or soul) in me honours the light in you. It's often used as a greeting in India and Nepal.
You've probably heard of Rachel Brathen.
She's the internet yoga sensation who lives on the Caribbean island of Aruba and has 1.5 million followers.
We really like her phases of the moon tattoo.
Lovin' yoga Ashley Galvin's side sanskrit tattoo here.
Colourful mandalas are the way forward.
So tiny - yet so effective.
This back piece is amazing - inked by Adrian Lazo from Buena Suerte Tattoos in Pharr, Texas USA.
This is a great idea - chakras etched down the spine.
Such a delicate lotus design. We like this one a lot.
Simple lotus flower that's easy to keep covered up (if you want to).
The Hamsa isn't specifically yogic or Hindu in origin. It's actually a North African/Middle Eastern symbol for protection.