While learning how to say Never Give Up in Sanskrit, we need to understand the context in which this phrase is used in the English language. What is expected to be given up?–the idea behind this exhortation is to not give up on the efforts or the tries that one has to make though right now, it seems, the efforts are not bearing fruits and the individual is facing the failure.
So, when we translate this phrase in the Sanskrit language, there are two options that we can use to convey the same meaning–one is about remaining industrious and the other one is to not give up on the efforts.
We are providing both the options along with the Roman transliteration for easy understanding of the pronunciation of the words for users who do not read the Devanagari script yet. Any of the options can be used if you want to say this phrase in Sanskrit to somebody. The Sanskrit translation help is provided by our dear friend Varalakshmi Kandregula.
Never Give Up in Sanskrit