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    Sanskrit: modal verbs & something that's forbidden

    How would you express modal verbs and something that's forbidden in Sanskrit. With modal verbs I mean: I could, I should, I would...
  2. Z

    Sanskrit: Be good, if not, be good at it.

    Hello ! MAybe someone can translete this phrase to Sanskrit ? Thanks! Be good, if not, be good at it.
  3. red_heart

    Sanskrit: Yudh VS Yuddha

    Good day, I'd like to know what difference there is between the Sanskrit terms Yudh and Yuddha. All I know is the former is feminine whilst the latter is neutre and they both means 'war, fighting, battle'. Also, which is the best solution between Dharma Yudh and Dharma Yuddha? Thanks for...
  4. P

    Sanskrit: krtaveda, pratikara

    Does anyone know the meanings and origins of these two Buddhism-related terms?
  5. red_heart

    Sanskrit: jnana, vijnana

    G'day. I am translating the introduction of a book dealing with Yoga by Shashi Verma and entitled You Are God - The Bhagavad Gita as never before. Translation is from English into Italian. Here's an excerpt: "In the Bhagavad-Gita, Lord Krishna has declared the self-knowledge or the beings...
  6. K

    Sanskrit: All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.

    How could I say, " All that we love deeply becomes a part of us." in Sanskrit? Thanks!:D
  7. K

    Sanskrit: Love those that love you.

    How would one write the following phrase in Sanskrit? Love those that love you. Thank you:D
  8. V

    Persian, Sanskrit, Hindi: Rebirth

    Hello! Can anyone tell me what the word "rebirth" is in Persian, Sanskrit, and Hindi? Thanks!
  9. K

    Sanskrit: I honor the divinity within me

    I honor the divinity within me Could that be translated as: Clicking on the image provides acceptable-sized text.
  10. M

    Sanskrit: Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow but a vision...

    Hi! I would like to have the following quote translated into Sanskrit script. "Yesterday is but a dream, tomorrow but a vision. But today well lived makes every yesterday a dream of happiness, and every tomorrow a vision of hope. Look well, therefore, to this day. " Any help appreciated! thanks
  11. V

    Sanskrit/German: grammar

    Hello: I was told that German grammar is very similar to that of Sanskrit's. Can anyone validate this? Thanks, Vikram
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    Hindi&Sanskrit: Siddhanta

    Helo everybody! "Siddhanta" is an Indian phrase - possibly Hindi, or else. Could someone please tell me its meaning, and the language to which it belongs. Thanks in advance.
  13. M

    Sanskrit: Devanagari script

    Hi, Does anyone know of any sites that teach the Devanagari script as it is used for Sanskrit? I could only find basic reference sites. One really nice site that I found was for the version of the script used for Hindi and it doesn't seem to have all the vowels of Sanskrit, and plus it doesn't...
  14. panjabigator

    Sanskrit: Can it be spoken colloquially?

    The reason I ask this is because Sanskrit is not really spoken much in India, however many people learn it to understand religion better (Hinduism is based in Sanskrit) and because of the linguistics of it. It is spoken by one city in South India natively (the name slips my mind, but I've seen...
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    Sanskrit-Devanagari: Vadami

    = I speak Can someone type this in Devanagari for me please, I can't type it in my computer. Dhanyavaad
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    Sanskrit: Languages it influenced

    Hindi, Sindhi, Bengali, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi, Bihari, Panjabi, Kashmiri, Nepali, Thai, and etc. I think that it would be useful if we can have a room for this language group so we can exchange our similarities and differences. I wonder how many languages use the persian influenced word...
  17. rob.returns

    Sanskrit: Jai Guru Deva Om (Beatles)

    Hi I have this favorite song of the Beatles, "Across the Universe"...It has those lyrics..Jai Guru Deva Om.(I dont know what kind of language is this). What does Jai Guru Deva Om mean? Thanks