how to say in sanskrit

How to say shut up in Sanskrit

How to Say Shut Up in Sanskrit

Shut Up in Sanskrit The phrase ‘shut up’ is not considered a very polite one when it comes to a conversation but often it is needed and people love to use it softly too–sometimes, a lot of people say this phrase to themselves, contextually trying to ask their minds to shut up. (!) Well, every …

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How to say have a good day in Sanskrit

How to Say Have a Good Day in Sanskrit

Have a Good Day in Sanskrit Learning the Sanskrit language through phrases and short sentences used in day-to-day life is exciting and often gives a better understanding of the language for someone who finds it difficult to learn it through the conventional route–understanding the grammar and rules etc. For this reason, we are providing Sanskrit …

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How to Say Happy Shivaratri in Sanskrit

How to Say Happy Shivaratri in Sanskrit

Shivaratri, literally meaning ‘the night of Shiva’ is an auspicious festival observed almost throughout the world invoking blessings and auspiciousness of Lord Shiva. Usually observed with fasts and night-long vigil singing hymns to propitiate Lord Shiva, this festival sends waves of devotion in the region. Devotees across the world share their delight and joy by …

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How to say know thyself in Sanskrit

How to Say Know Thyself in Sanskrit

A beautiful phrase ‘Know Thyself’ is used for many purposes including books titles, creative art captions, and even on internet memes. Apart from the simple meaning, there is a deeper significance to this phrase because it is spiritually so elevating–a person, who has come to know the true self, has come to know God. In …

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How to Say My Name Is in Sanskrit

When you meet somebody or want to introduce yourself through a letter, a text message on mobile phone, or through a letter, you let the other person know about your name. The simple English phrase used for that expression is ‘My Name Is …’. Very similarly, in the Sanskrit language, a very simple phrase can …

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What is gold called in Sanskrit

Gold is a precious metal and throughout the world, it is used for adoration, decoration and jewelery items. Indian history is replete with stories around gold being the cause of many wars, and fights, etc. It is believed that the Lanka that Ravana got through boon from Lord Shiva was made of gold. Almost all …

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What is animal called in Sanskrit

It is very interesting to note the Sanskrit names of animal. Some of them are contextual and I will try to give the meaning of those contextual names too. English Sanskrit Transliteration Animal जन्तुः Jantuḥ Animal प्राणी Prāṇī Animal चेतनः Cetanaḥ (the one who is sentient) Animal जीवी Jīvī Animal जन्मी Janmī (the one who …

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What is beauty called in Sanskrit

Who does not like beauty. In one of the names ascribed to God in Sanskrit, Satyam Shivam Sundaram, beauty is the last phrase. Some Recommended books for studying Sanskrit: Through this post, we will try to find out what is beauty called in Sanskrit. If you have any feedback, questions, or suggestions, please write to …

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What is banana called in Sanskrit

Banana is a common fruit found almost everywhere in the world. Recently, I visited Sri Lanka. Though banana is usually yellow in color when it is ripe, and green when unripe, I noticed 5 different colors of a banana–brown, almost red and a similar shade which was different from green and yellow. In this post, …

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What is watermelon called in Sanskrit

To know what is watermelon is called in Sanskrit is a tricky thing–the common name of watermelon used in India is actually borrowed from the Arabic language. Moreover, a watermelon is called as ‘तरबूज’ and ‘खरबूज’. ‘खरबूज’ is borrowed from the Persian language, though both these fruits are found throughout India.   We are providing the …

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