The dharmachakra is the "wheel of law" in Buddhism, representing the cycle of death and rebirth as well as the rapid spiritual change engendered by the teachings of the Buddha. The eight spokes in the center of the wheel represent the Noble Eightfold Path set out by the Buddha.What is the meaning of dharma wheel dharmachakra?
The dharmachakra ( Sanskrit; Pali: dhammacakka) or wheel of dharma is a widespread symbol used in Indian religions such as Hinduism, Jainism, and especially Buddhism. Historically, the dharmachakra was often used as a decoration in Buddhist temples, statues and inscriptions, beginning with the earliest period of Indian Buddhism to the present.What is the wheel of law or dharma?
The Wheel of the Law (dharmachakra) is the single most important symbol of Buddhism, denoting the Buddha's First Sermon in the forest at Sarnath, where he set Buddhist Law (dharma) in motion.