How to Say All The Best in Sanskrit

‘All the Best’ is a phrase used commonly in the English language to convey wishes and blessings when someone is going on a mission, a task or anything even in the daily routine. The feeling of this phrase has this meaning: May the best happen to you; may you get what you desire or wish for.

In the Sanskrit language, we are providing you two options that can be used to convey these feelings to someone. Both the options can be used as per one’s liking. Our dear friend, Varalakshmi Kandregula, has provided help with the Sanskrit translation.

For the sake of users who don’t read the Devanagari script, we have provided the IAST format transliteration in the Roman script. Please feel free to let us know if you would like to know anything about the pronunciation of these Sanskrit words, etc.

Version I


How to say all the best in Sanskrit


Version II

How to say all the best in Sanskrit Version 2


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