Why is the word ‘tiger’ engraved on your wrist?

The term ‘tigress’ was once used to describe the largest, most ferocious of all carnivores, the giant elephant.

Today, however, it’s also used to refer to a variety of other large carnivores that include the wolf, rhinoceros, wolf-like dog, fox, kangaroo, mountain lion, crocodile, black bear, cheetah, and many others.

In India, it was a common practice to carve tiger images onto people’s wrists.

In modern times, however the word tiger has become more popular as it’s now more than just a symbol of power and wealth.

Many people in India and around the world believe that the tiger represents the power of the Hindu god Vishnu.

In ancient India, the name for this deity was Sita.

In the ancient scriptures, he is called the Mother of the gods, who also created the universe and the world.

He is also the protector of humans, the protector and guardian of the Earth, and the lord of the universe.

According to some interpretations, the word Tiger represents a powerful warrior deity who can protect his territory, his family and his land.

In Hindu mythology, Sita was the wife of the god Vishnavid, and she was often depicted holding a tiger on her shoulder.

In modern times in India, a tiger is usually portrayed as a tiger-like beast or as a ferocious animal.

In China, the tiger is often portrayed as the most powerful of the four beasts of the Chinese pantheon.

The Chinese also call the tiger “Tiger,” or “Tigerslayer” in Chinese.

In the modern era, the term tiger has also been used to mean “giant lion,” “mountain lion,” or other similar animals.

Today the word “tiger” is also used in the U.S. to describe various large animals.

The term “tig” is a combination of the words “tigers” and “lions.”

In English, it is often used to express pride and pride in one’s family or friends, while “t” is the Latin prefix for “two.”

Today in India the word for tiger is the term “Gorilla,” which is the same name as the gorilla in the movie “The Gorilla King.”

This name is sometimes used to honor people who are feared by other animals.

In India, people call their family members the Gorilla.