Yijing Hexagram Symbols Unicode Block
The Unicode Yijing Hexagram Symbols block, also known as the "Yijing Hexagrams" or "Yijing Symbols" block, is a section of the Unicode Standard dedicated to encoding the symbols used in the ancient Chinese divination text known as the Yijing (or I Ching). This block was introduced in Unicode version 5.1 and includes a set of 64 hexagram symbols, each representing a unique combination of six solid (yang) and broken (yin) lines. The Yijing Hexagram Symbols block allows digital representation of these hexagrams, which have been an integral part of Chinese culture and philosophy for centuries. These symbols are used for divination, meditation, and as a source of wisdom and guidance in various aspects of life, including decision-making, philosophy, and spirituality. Unicode provides a standardized way to include these symbols in digital texts, making it easier for users worldwide to access and work with the Yijing Hexagrams in modern digital communication and computing environments.
View a range of fonts that support the Yijing Hexagram Symbols block.
Below you will find all the characters that are in the Yijing Hexagram Symbols unicode block. Currently there are 64 characters in this block.