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  1. Hi friends, after doing many years silent devi japa. I really want to learn now the Sri Cakra Navavarana Puja. Could you please send me a hint, where I can get a good instruction for doing it? I am living in Switzerland, so I don't think I will find here a teacher. So written instruction would be good! I would be very happy if you could help me to get one in Devanagari if together with an english translation so far better. Thank you a lot. may you be blessed.
  2. Hello! My dear one and I will marry soon, and we would love two things translated into Sanskrit if possible. "Brother Sun Sister Moon" Also the phrase "Om Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu" into Sanskrit to. Our thanks to you,
  3. Dears: I searched "Sanskrit translated" on google than i found this website , And I need some help. I want to get the phrase "brave, MaoZ loves Dancy" translated into Sanskrit. Greatly appreciate it your help. Can you post a mail to me?cause Chinese network is not free ,i can't often visit this website. Thank you very much.
  4. Hi guys, Please help me translate the following line to Sanskrit "God is in the details" I need to get it done as a tattoo.
  5. Hello everybody! I need help. I wanna have a sentence tattooed: it's from an Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros' song and it's called "Om Nashi Me". Now, they say that this is sanskrit and means "Oh infinite nakedness" in english, as an insipiring way to live. But how can I know if that's true? I've searched everywhere and I couldn't find if this is the right translation. Can anyone help me? I don't wanna have a sentence tattooed with the wrong meaning or, even worse, without meaning. Thanks a lot for your help!! Peace and love.
  6. Hello ! I have trouble finding the right pronunciation of औ and ऐ and i would like to have a pronunciation guide by an ancient source for classical sanskrit. I heard patanjali in his Mahabhashya would have done this. Does someone know where in this work he speaks about the pronunciation of these letters and what he says about how to pronounce them ? Thank You !
  7. I want to translate the first verse from the Nagavagga portion in the Dhammapada into sanskrit. I want to incorporate it into some artwork I am doing and I can't seem to find it anywhere (I am also considering adding it to an elephant tattoo I have so I want to verify that it is correct)! Also, is there a print version of the Dhammapada that is in sanskrit? I really want a copy of it for future reference, but It appears as if this has not been done. It is verse 320: As an elephant in battlefield withstands the arrow shot from a bow, so shall I endure abuse. Indeed, many people are without morality. If it is easier to translate I believe that this is written in Gandhari: Aham nagova sangame capato patitam saram ativakyam titikkhissam dussilo hi bahujjano. Thank you very much to anybody who helps out, I greatly appreciate the time taken
  8. Anyone who can translate this phrase for me please?? Accept what you cannot change, change what you cannot accept Thanks!
  9. I have been going through a lot lately and I wanted something to remind me of who I am and the progress that I have made. I would like to have the phrase "I am flawed; for even broken wings can fly." I would like to have it in the traditional tibetan vertical language style.
  10. Could anyone possible translate ' freedom's fate lie's in love ' please? Many thanks
  11. Vedic Sanskrit, as old as 1500 BC, is believed by some scholars to be the oldest attested form of the Sanskrit language. In my hobby of epigraphy, I have translated some Sanskrit inscriptions that I believe to be older than Vedic Sanskrit. Here is a link to the article: decipherquarterly
  12. Hi, I'm trying to get a tattoo in sanskrit and wanted to know if the sanskrit writing I have is accurate to the english translation. नोथिन्ग स्पेअक्स लोउदेर थन थे त्रुतः Thank you!
  13. My friends have this stone at their home (see attached photo). They don't remember where they found it. It's lovely. I believe the writing is sanskrit but not even sure about that. If you can help with identification of the language and/or a translation it would be much appreciated. Many thanks.
  14. Is there anyone who can provide me with the following place names in Devanagari script: Munnar, Madras, Bombay, Bangalore, Brisbane? Many thanks Bry
  15. Hi, I was just wondering if someone could help me translate my husband's name in Sanskrit please. His name is Ruaraidh but for translation purposes it might have to be Rory. Would love to see what it looks like! Please help ASAP
  16. Hi, I first got into Sanskrit out of the words claiming that Sanskrit is of perfect structure, and could be used for computer programming. It's been years since I've started learning and I have run into issues that make me question the so-called perfect structure of Sanskrit. On phonology, there is no short e or o, and the only dipthongs are ai and au. In my mind, wouldn't a perfect language have more dipthongs, such as ae, ao, ia, iu, ie, iu, io, etc. and even tripthongs? I've read somewhere the short e and o were absorbed into short a... This is probably my Anglophone status speaking, but I found no "f" in the Sanskrit language. Latin and Greek have the subjunctive mood, and yet Classical Sanskrit doesn't. Shouldn't precision also include being able to express yourself through every possible grammatical avenue, without any declensions or conjugations sharing morphological endings? Not to bash on Sanskrit itself, but what I found contests the idea that it is the perfect language in my mind.
  17. Hello Could somebody please translate this sentence for me into Sanskrit - "Nothing lies beyond the reach of prayer except that which lies beyond the will of God" - Thanks in advance Kayla
  18. There are so many posts in this thread asking for help in writing names in Hindi/Sanskrit for tattoing. I am really curious to know how so many people (many of whom may not have met each other) are interested in knowing how their names or the names of some of their near and dear ones look in Sanskrit. Could you please throw some light on how you got interested in seeing names in Sanskrit? Please note. I am asking this only out of curiosity. (The thread 'Do you want to write in Hindi/Sanskrit' should help you create tattoos in Hindi/Sanskrit.)
  19. I am an artist working on a commission which involves the rumi quote, "everything of the universe is within you..." translated. It is most important that I get the written sanskrit version of it as that is what I plan to put on the piece. However, if you could also provide a spoken version that would be fantastic. I use different langauges and symbols in my art a lot so I like to know how to say the translation also. No big deal though, written is what I really need. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  20. Can someone please let me know if this is an accurate translation in Sanskrit of the quote, "One should not regret the past. One should not worry about the future. Wise men act by the present time." It is really important that is is correct. Thank you so much!! गते शोको न कर्तव्यो भविष्यं नैव चिंतयेत्। वर्तमानेन कालेन वर्तयंति विचक्षणाः॥
  21. I am looking to get a correct translation of the quote, "what we think, we become" into Sanskrit. I want to tattoo this on my arm so I want to make sure I have the right translation. Thank you so much for your time and help!
  22. Can someone please translate the script written around the dharma wheel in this picture please? I would like to know why or how it relates to the wheel. If you can, please give the english and tibetan translation. Any help is much appreciated, thanks!
  23. Hi, I want to translate the following phrase into sanskrit for a tattoo. If anyone is wondering, I am getting it as a representation of how much my Mum means to me. My strength comes from you 02/02/1964 If anyone could post the translation in a jpeg format, it would be greatly appreaciated. Thanks in advance!
  24. Hello all - Namaste, I need some help to translate and fill out the rest of the corners of this sri yantra. The picture only captured only part of the symbol and I would be so happy if someone could tell me what the parts are supposed to say that are unreadable. So I was hoping someone would be able to translate te sanskrit and fill out the not-readable spots. Anything would help! Thank you so much! Sophie
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