It seems to be a popular phrase among Sanskrit tattoo aficionados, as I have got two users who approached me to get the Sanskrit translation done for this phrase. However, one of them needed the first part only, while the other needed the full phrase. As you would know that getting a Sanskrit tattoo translation […]
Getting inked is a wonderful feeling–many people believe that it is a modern fad, but contrary to the popular notion, getting a tattoo is an ancient practice. In fact, there was a time in the recent past when it was denounced as a fashion gimmick, but recently it has picked its popularity among the young […]
A few months back, a user of my website contacted me to get a Sanskrit tattoo translation done for the phrase of his choice: Love yourself first. This is a very popular phrase among many users–I have noticed it used among many new-age practitioners of yoga, music etc. However, it was not easy getting the […]
Getting a Sanskrit tattoo translation online is never an easy task given the fact that the authenticity of the translation provided by most of the websites remains questionable. I have come in contact with many users who ordered a Sanskrit tattoo translation from some online resources but the translation provided was faulty or completely wrong. […]
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 […]
We are presenting the Sanskrit translation of the sentence ‘I am the creator of my own reality’. It’s a beautiful English phrase and can be used as a tattoo for body art or even printing on a T-shirt etc. For users who can’t understand the Devanagari, we are providing the pronunciation in the IAST format. […]
We are providing the Sanskrit translation of the sentence ‘Know what leads you forward’. It is a beautiful sentence and can be used as a tattoo on your body or a T-shirt or even as a writing on your car. We have also provided the pronunciation according to the IAST format, which will help users […]
Sanskrit tattoos and body arts are getting popular in lot of countries, though people in India are still not very keen on getting inked with a phrase in Sanskrit. I have got many yoga, mantra and travel enthusiasts who want a phrase or a word translated in Sanskrit and tattooed on their body–some of them […]
In the past 10 years, I have translated more than 500 Sanskrit tattoos for various customers either through a client or directly through my website. Many of them get these tattoos done on their body parts and many enjoy it printing on a t-shirt or a cap. Some even, had stickers made out for their […]
This is indeed a beautiful phrase and to get it translated in Sanskrit and get a tattoo of it would mean really something. The expression conveyed by this phrase is truly amazing. If you have any questions, feedback or suggestion regarding the translation of this phrase, you can write to us through the comment section. […]
‘As free as a bird’ is a beautiful phrase if you are looking for a Sanskrit tattoo to be inked on your body. We are providing the translation for this phrase and you can use it as it is. If you have any feedback, query or suggestion regarding this, you can write to us through […]
In this post, we provide the Sanskrit translation for the phrase ‘I control my destiny’. This phrase is a beautiful option for people who are looking to get something inked on their body. If you have any question, feedback or suggestion regarding this, please feel free to write to us through the comment section.
We provide the Sanskrit translation for phrase ‘I have trust in myself’ and this can be used for a tattoo also.
If you would like to get a Sanskrit tattoo of some word or phrase, you may choose this as it is beautiful message which is motivational as well as acts as a good advice.
This is a beautiful phrase and to translate it into Sanskrit is even more beautiful. I hope you would like this translation and would even like to have it as a tattoo.
We are providing the Sanskrit tattoo translation for the phrase ‘do not give up’. If you have any suggestions or feedback, you can write to us through the comments section.
Sanskrit tattoo is a unique bling for people who want to express some of the wildest yet profoundly philosophic statements about their own convictions and beliefs, and sometimes just spreading the ancient wisdom. For example, check this statement: As free as a bird. It’s a great expression to state the belief of your own self, […]
We provide the Sanskrit tattoo translation of a beautiful phrase that almost everybody likes ‘Beautiful soul’. In phonetic representation, the translation will read like this: Surūpojīvātmā In normal English, it would read like this: Suroopojeevaatmaa. We hope that you would find this phrase quite useful because it can be used by anyone. If you would like […]
We bring you another one of Sanskrit tattoo translation phrases. The English representation of this translated phrase would be: Manonītā In simple English, it would be represented as: Manoneeta Just remember that it is feminine version of this phrase. If you would like to explore more of Sanskrit tattoo translation of phrases, you may write to […]
Continuing with our series of providing Sanskrit tattoo translation of some famous phrases, we are bringing you another one. Its Sanskrit translation reads like this with phonetic transliteration: Nṛityamasti Tirohitabhāṣā Jīvātmanaḥ In simple English, it would read like this: Nrityamasti Tirohitabhasha Jivatmanah We hope you would be benefited with this Sanskrit tattoo translation if you would […]
Continuing with our efforts to bring you more examples of English to Sanskrit translation of tattoo phrases, we present another one, which is kind of famous among many in the West. It assets the long-standing cry of every soul: I’ll be always free. It translates to: Ahaṁ Sadaiva Muktobhaviṣyāmi The common English pronunciation of the translation […]
Sanskrit tattoos could be a word or a phrase. It actually conveys what and how you feel. Below is the Sanskrit translation of the tattoo saying ‘May my soul remain free’. The transliteration version of this translation would be: Ātmā Me Vimukto Bhavet The common English pronunciation of the translation would be: Aatmaa Mai Vimukto Bhavet. […]
In our continued effort to provide you Sanskrit tattoo translation of various phrases commonly used, we are presenting the new one that reads: ‘Dance like no one is watching’ It’s in the imperative form. The Sanskrit translation of this phrase with phonetics would read: Nṛtyata Na Kopi Paśyatīva In normal English, it would be written like […]
We provide the Sanskrit tattoo translation for the phrase “Liberated by Faith”. This tattoo is in Devnagri script and it is reads like this in phonetic terms: “Viśvāsena Vimuktaṁ” In simple English language, it would read like this: Vishwasen Vimuktam There are no hard letters in both the words and therefore it becomes very easy to […]
We provide the Sanskrit tattoo translation for the phrase “beautifully storng”. This tattoo is in Devnagri script and it reads like this in phonetic terms: Suṣṭhu Balī In simple English, it would be something like this: Sushthu Balee The last letter of the first Sanskrit word is a bit hard to pronounce for people who are […]