While trying to analyze what sort of queries occur on Google for various combinations related to Sanskrit tattoos, I came across this phrase which is searched by people across the globe, and they want to know how to say ‘Aham Brahmasmi’ in the Sanskrit language, and of course, if possible, its meaning too. Obviously, they could get it in some fancy design, they would get it inked on their body or maybe print a t-shirt or a mug, etc.
So, here Aham Brahmasmi Sanskrit Tattoo for you, with Sanskrit text, English transliteration and also the possible meaning of the words and their combinations.
Feel free to ask if you have any question, suggest some feedback or provide further explanation about this beautiful mantra which is proclaimed by all the sages across the world, in different words but contextually saying the same thing.
Aham Brahmasmi Sanskrit Tattoo
The words can be written like this also: अहं ब्रह्म अस्मि, however, a type of joining (Sandhi–संधि) happens and the words ब्रह्म+अस्मि=ब्रह्मास्मि
Meaning of Aham Brahmasmi
अहम् (Represented as अहं in the Sholka because of joining rules)=I (self)
ब्रह्म=The primordial force, the total sum of the whole creation, God
अस्मि=am (To understand better, consider this: अहम्+अस्मि=अहमस्मि=I am)