Today at work I sat in a meeting across from a woman wearing a colorful shirt covered with Devanagari writing, plus wheel symbols and lots of swastikas. I've heard that swastikas are used by many religions and cultures, so I wasn't shocked, despite the swastika's most notorious usage. A quick trip to Wikipedia revealed that indeed, swastikas are widely used in Hinduism (which explained the shirt), plus many other religions: apparently there is even a swastika in a synagogue near the Dead Sea!
By the way, I learned that swastikas are not just for Nazis from an old episode of the Night Stalker. So that's educational TV.