How to Say I am Fine in Sanskrit

The English phrase “I am fine” is used to convey the state of one’s being–whether there is comfort or discomfort, good health or bad health, etc. This phrase can be used for various purposes. One particular usage of this phrase in English is when someone asks you for a drink, water, or anything else and you respond by “I am fine,” which means that actually, you don’t need that thing.

In the Sanskrit language, this phrase can be translated and used in the same context. However, the phrase is gender specific and we have provided both the options. Apart from that, we have also provided a variation that can also be used.

The Sanskrit translation help is provided by Varalakshmi Kandregula. If you have any questions or feedback, you can reach out to us through the comment section.

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