This pedant symbolising protection of the carrier while also showing of the beauty within the carrier.
On one side the "Lotus flower" emarges from the hand unwheling its beauty, and on the other side the "Evil eye" is embede into the hand, protecting the carrier from within.
In Buddhism, the lotus blossom represents the heart opening. Buddhists compare the opening of the lotus flower petals to the unfolding of what is divine within you. It is a perfect reflection of new beginnings, purity and enlightenment.
The word “Hamsa” is derived from the five fingers on the hand. It is often decorated with the “Evil eye” which is thought to ward off any harm or danger. The hamsa is meant to be displayed or worn with the fingers facing down to offer the proper protection, and bring luck and strength.