Mourning the past is counter-productive, and the future can’t be avoided by worrying. The best we can do is focus on the present. To learn more such #shlokas and their meanings, visit Jnana.com for Spoken #Sanskrit course that is live, interactive, and accessible even on the GO.
This shloka explains the importance of utilising time and resources in order to gain knowledge and wealth. It says that neither time nor resources should be wasted if you wish to attain knowledge and wealth. To understand the meaning of such #shlokas, visit Jnana.com for Spoken #Sanskrit course that is live, interactive, and accessible even on the GO.
How to Say Never Give Up in Sanskrit
While learning how to say Never Give Up in Sanskrit, we need to understand the context in which this phrase is used in the English language. What is expected to be given up?–the idea behind t…
Sanskrit Tattoo Translation for phrase 'As free as a bird' |
‘As free as a bird’ is a beautiful phrase if you are looking for a Sanskrit tattoo to be inked on your body. We are providing the translation for this phrase and you can use it as it is. If you have any feedback, query or suggestion regarding this, you can write to us through … Sanskrit Tattoo Translation for phrase ‘As free as a bird’ Read More »
Sanskrit Tattoo Translation--I’ll be forever free |
Continuing with our efforts to bring you more examples of English to Sanskrit translation of tattoo phrases, we present another one, which is kind of famous among many in the West. It assets the long-standing cry of every soul: I’ll be always free. It translates to: Ahaṁ Sadaiva Muktobhaviṣyāmi The common English pronunciation of the translation … Sanskrit Tattoo Translation–I’ll be forever free Read More »
Silver & 10K - Symbolism
We naturally use symbols to express our aspirations and desires. We use them to gain encouragement and confidence. Amulets are believed to confer certain qualities on the wearer: they deflect danger, protect from evil, and have the power to attract good. Chinese, Sanskrit, Tamil, and Tibetan symbols are engraved into e Page 7.