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Poem on importance of time in english

संस्कृत में कहानी–चतुरः शृगालः

पाठशाला में जाने वाले या संस्कृत भाषा में रुचि रखने वाले पाठकों के लिये हम एक लघु कथा प्रस्तुत कर रहे हैं। सम्पूर्ण कथा संस्कृत भाषा में अनुवादित है। ये कहानी एक सिंह तथा सियार की है जिसमें चतुर सियार ना ही अपना जीवन सुरक्षित करता है बल्कि सिंह जो कि क्रूर था उसको भी …

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Tryambakam Yajamahe–Mrytunjyaya Sanskrit Mantra with Svara Marks

Undoubtedly, one of the favorite mantras of whoever ventures into the path of Sanskrit, mantra, spirituality, and Indian philosophy, for it ensures immortality and liberation from the ephemeral world. It propitiates the ‘Death Winner’ aspect of Lord Shiva and is famously known as ‘Maha Mrytunjyaya’ Mantra. I have tried to provide both Sanskrit and English …

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Poem on importance of time in english

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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Sanskrit Tattoo

Sanskrit tattoo translation: do not give up

We are providing the Sanskrit tattoo translation for the phrase ‘do not give up’. If you have any suggestions or feedback, you can write to us through the comments section.

Poem on importance of time in english

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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Poem on importance of time in english

What is rose called in Sanskrit

Whenever there is a mention of a rose’s name in different languages, the famous lines of Sir William Shakespeare flash in mind: What’s in the name? A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. No doubt, the rose is one of the commonest and frequently referred flowers in poetry across the world. Though in Sanskrit, …

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Water in Sanskrit

What is water called in Sanskrit

Water is the essence of life. Even astronauts who are traveling in the far wide space are curious to find water on another planet because it would mean the feasibility of life. In Sanskrit, water is revered as life itself. Among forty-seven names of water in Sanskrit that we are providing here, one name is …

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How to say sorry in Sanskrit

How to say sorry in Sanskrit

Sanskrit is a beautiful language and if you can use it for common and day-to-day conversation, it sounds so amazing. To begin with, you can start incorporating one-syllable words into your daily conversations and see how it goes–are you able to pronounce correctly and are you able to convey the feeling of that word? It’s …

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How to say thank you in Sanskrit

How to say thank you in Sanskrit

How to say thanks in Sanskrit In the recent years, the search about how to say words and things in Sanskrit have increased because a lot of online sources are trying to provide this information. Sadly, a lot of them provide wrong or incomplete information, and some go on the extent of cheating by transliterating …

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Dance is the hidden language of the soul

Sanskrit tattoo–dance is the language of the soul

Continuing with our series of providing Sanskrit tattoo translation of some famous phrases, we are bringing you another one. Its Sanskrit translation reads like this with phonetic transliteration: Nṛityamasti Tirohitabhāṣā Jīvātmanaḥ In simple English, it would read like this: Nrityamasti Tirohitabhasha Jivatmanah We hope you would be benefited with this Sanskrit tattoo translation if you would …

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