The number ‘eight’ is prominent in various beliefs and cultures. Some believe it symbolises balance, others believe it is the Karmic equaliser, “what goes around, comes around” and so on. Some spiritualists believe it stands for intelligence, practical and realistic. Whereas others believe it brings finances and power. In the Chinese culture, the number eight is the luckiest number and is associated with wealth and fortune. When positioned horizontally, it resembles the symbol for infinity.
Yet, despite all the interpretations, Always Eight is named after Shirin Uma’s childhood love of the number eight that started long before she had any knowledge of the importance it wields to so many; it's always been eight.