How to Say You Are Welcome in Sanskrit

The English phrase ‘You are welcome’ is used in two contexts: The first is when you have to welcome somebody to a place, on an occasion etc.; the second being when someone thanks you or appreciates your idea or action and you reply with this phrase.

In the Sanskrit language, you can use this phrase similarly. The phrase, like in the English language, can be used for both singular and plural cases.

For the ease of readers who don’t understand the Devanagari script, we have provided the IAST format transliteration for easy pronunciation help. Feel free to comment if you have any questions or suggestions.

You Are Welcome in Sanskrit

Our dear friend, Varalakshmi Kandregula, helped us with the Sanskrit translation of this phrase.

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