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How to Say I am Fine in Sanskrit

The English phrase “I am fine” is used to convey the state of one’s being–whether there is comfort or discomfort, good health or bad health, etc. This phrase can be used for various purposes. One particular usage of this phrase in English is when someone asks you for a drink, water, or anything else and …

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How to say very good in Sanskrit

How to Say Very Good in Sanskrit

Very Good in Sanskrit When you want to express your appreciation or want to acknowledge the correctness or the beauty of a thing, a task, or anything, in the English language, you often convey it by saying ‘Very Good’. In the Sanskrit language, a single word, meaning the same expression can convey the same meaning …

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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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Change Facebook in Sanskrit

किं चिन्तयसि–Says Facebook in Sanskrit (Change Your Language to Sanskrit)

Remember the days or Orkut when users made some complaints that it didn’t even give the option of choosing Sanskrit as a known language? People who knew how to speak, read or write in Sanskrit wanted to mention that in their profile. However, things seem to have changed. Yes, after all the wait, clamor about …

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