While conversing with somebody, we often come to a point where we have to use this phrase in the English language: I am sorry. You may want to refuse to do or saying something, or you want the other person to repeat what he/she said.
In the Sanskrit language, you can convey the same phrase quite easily. However, depending on the gender of the person who is using this phrase, there is a slight variation in the words. We have provided both the versions along with the Roman transliteration for easy understanding of users who don’t read the Devanagari script.
Translation help is provided by Varalakshmi Kandregula.
I am Sorry in Sanskrit