Sanskrit

How to Say Happy Shivaratri in Sanskrit

How to Say Happy Shivaratri in Sanskrit

Shivaratri, literally meaning ‘the night of Shiva’ is an auspicious festival observed almost throughout the world invoking blessings and auspiciousness of Lord Shiva. Usually observed with fasts and night-long vigil singing hymns to propitiate Lord Shiva, this festival sends waves of devotion in the region. Devotees across the world share their delight and joy by …

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How to say know thyself in Sanskrit

How to Say Know Thyself in Sanskrit

A beautiful phrase ‘Know Thyself’ is used for many purposes including books titles, creative art captions, and even on internet memes. Apart from the simple meaning, there is a deeper significance to this phrase because it is spiritually so elevating–a person, who has come to know the true self, has come to know God. In …

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How to Say My Name Is in Sanskrit

When you meet somebody or want to introduce yourself through a letter, a text message on mobile phone, or through a letter, you let the other person know about your name. The simple English phrase used for that expression is ‘My Name Is …’. Very similarly, in the Sanskrit language, a very simple phrase can …

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Sanskrit Tattoo Translation of Phrsae You are Only Dead When You are Forgotten

Sanskrit tattoos have crossed the geographical boundaries of the Indian sub-continent as people from all over the world love to have Sanskrit tattoos translated and inked. I have myself provided these services to more than 500 clients. The phrase they choose and ask me to translate–later on, once I deliver the image file, they get …

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