Expressing your feelings to someone about how much you reminisce about them or time spent with them is a very poignant feeling, and it is often done with a lot of emotions. In the English language, the phrase ‘I miss you’ is used. The inner meaning of this phrase is that the person is missing the presence of the other person and it is painful.
Similarly, in the Sanskrit language, this phrase can be conveyed to carry the same emotions. We are providing two options for male and female users. We have also provided the Roman transliteration for easy usage of users who do not understand or read the Devanagari script.
The Sanskrit Translation help is provided by Varalakshmi Kandregula. If you have any query or feedback, please write to us in the comments.
I Miss You in Sanskrit
For Male Users