Sanskrit Tattoos

Welcome to this attempt to be the best Sanskrit Tattoo and Sacred Body Art Resource on the Internet

The purpose of this Hubpage is to be a clearinghouse for useful references that will help a person get the knowledge they seek for their Sanskrit tattoo. I am a devotee of Krishna. As I get more useful links, etc I will post them here.

Sanskrit is beautiful and meaningful. There is no more meaninful or beautiful characters than Sanskrit. Consider a sanskrit Sloka from the Bhagavad-gita or Srimad Bhagavatam for a timeless Sanskrit tattoo.

Sanskrit is the Mother of ALL Languages

"Sanskrit. Sanskrit is a language which is mother of all languages. Sanskrit, S-a-n-s-k-r-i-t, Sanskrit language. So this is the original language of this..., not only of this planet. In other planets also, this language is spoken."

~His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, 2/1/1968, L.A.

Sanskrit tattoos found online soon to be my spot for sanskrit art drawings of Krishna's sayings.

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Sedona, AZ Sanskrit
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Any of these Bhagavad Gita verses make a great Sanskrit Tattoo

Chapter 2, Verse 10.

O descendant of Bharata, at that time Krsna, smiling, in the midst of both the armies, spoke the following words to the grief-stricken Arjuna.

Chapter 2, Verse 11.

The Blessed Lord said: While speaking learned words, you are mourning for what is not worthy of grief. Those who are wise lament neither for the living nor the dead.

Chapter 2, Verse 12.

Never was there a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor all these kings; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be.

Chapter 2, Verse 13.

As the embodied soul continuously passes, in this body, from boyhood to youth to old age, the soul similarly passes into another body at death. A self-realized soul is not bewildered by such a change.

Chapter 2, Verse 14.

O son of Kunti, the nonpermanent appearance of happiness and distress, and their disappearance in due course, are like the appearance and disappearance of winter and summer seasons. They arise from sense perception, O scion of Bharata, and one must learn to tolerate them without being disturbed.

Chapter 2, Verse 15.

O best among men [Arjuna], the person who is not disturbed by happiness and distress and is steady in both is certainly eligible for liberation.

Chapter 2, Verse 16.

Those who are seers of the truth have concluded that of the nonexistent there is no endurance, and of the existent there is no cessation. This seers have concluded by studying the nature of both.

Chapter 2, Verse 17.

Know that which pervades the entire body is indestructible. No one is able to destroy the imperishable soul.

Chapter 2, Verse 18.

Only the material body of the indestructible, immeasurable and eternal living entity is subject to destruction; therefore, fight, O descendant of Bharata.

Chapter 2, Verse 19.

He who thinks that the living entity is the slayer or that he is slain, does not understand. One who is in knowledge knows that the self slays not nor is slain.

Chapter 2, Verse 20.

For the soul there is never birth nor death. Nor, having once been, does he ever cease to be. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing, undying and primeval. He is not slain when the body is slain.

Chapter 2, Verse 21.

O Partha, how can a person who knows that the soul is indestructible, unborn, eternal and immutable, kill anyone or cause anyone to kill?

Chapter 2, Verse 22.


As a person puts on new garments, giving up old ones, similarly, the soul accepts new material bodies, giving up the old and useless ones.

from Bhagavad-gita As It Is

By His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Source of Inspiration and Advice for Sanskrit Tatoos

His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada- Spiritual Master and Sanskrit Scholar
His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada- Spiritual Master and Sanskrit Scholar

Comments 145 comments

matrician 8 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate a couple of phrases for me. I want to get them tattooed, and want to be sure they are accurate:

- But I am still right here, giving blood, keeping faith, and I am still right here.

- I must keep reminding my self of this.

Thankyou in advance.


Lauren 8 years ago

Hi this is a great website.. very interesting

i want to get my god daughters name translated so i can get it tattood.. do u think u could do it for me??

her name is mackenzie elizabeth

if so thank u very much


Arthur Izzo 8 years ago

Hi, my girlfriend is looking to get the 7 heavenly virtues in Sanskrit symbol form, i cant find the virtues in symbols anywhere, and was wondering if you could help me out.

It would be greatly appreciated

izzo211sfinest@aol.com


Maggie 8 years ago

My Dad died on May 20th of this year and although he was raised Catholic, he was very interested in Buddism and thought it was a wonderful way of life. I would like to get a sanskrit tatoo in memory of him and was hoping maybe you could give me some ideas.


Sierra 8 years ago

was wondering if there was a translation for "the world is yours" in sanskrit.

thanks.

sierra

sierruhh@tampabay.rr.com


Linda from sweden 8 years ago

Hello, I hope you could help me with this! I want my son and daughters name translated to Sanskrit so i can get it tatood, do u think could do it for me?

Her name is Natalie and his Nikola

It would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

/ Linda

lindafondelius@hotmail.com


Eman 8 years ago

How does one write "Faith" in Sanskrit?

Thanks!

EmanEbed@gmail.com


irene 8 years ago

hi! i was wondering if you could translate into Sanskrit the words "father" , "mother" and also the phrase "free spirit"

Thank you in advance,

igrigorea@yahoo.gr


fred 8 years ago

Hello, I hope you could help me with this!

would you be so kind as to translate me the words "faith" "hope" "protection" into sanskrit!

thank you in advance,

f_poell@hotmail.com


raine 8 years ago

hi there,

i've been looking around the web and i have two quptes that have meaning to me but i was wondering if you would translate them for me?

truth is a revolutionary act

and

pain is his teacher

i would greatly appreciate your help and time! thanks so much,

onetwo4our@gmail.com


Isabelle 8 years ago

hi i wanted to know if you could translate this saying for me i would really appreciate it

"we humans build beneth hell, because we choose to live the dream instead of living the life"

thanks soo much

heres my email

Isacolas616@hotmail.com


Isabelle 8 years ago

hi i wanted to know if you could translate this saying for me i would really appreciate it

"we humans build beneth hell, because we choose to live the dream instead of living the life"

thanks soo much

here's my email

Isacolas616@hotmail.com


Anna 8 years ago

hi i need the name "jaxon scott" translated in sanskrit could you help me out??

it would mean soo much! thanks!

ab_anderson@ymail.com


dawn 8 years ago

Please could you help me, i am getting married and instead of rings I would like to symbolise my marriage with a tattoo. Could you tell me the sanskrit for.

'Always with you always with me'

'One Love'

Eternal Love

The Time is Now

Now and Forever

The Future is Bright


dawn 8 years ago

PS ... this is Dawn Again my email is kellscrabtree@yahoo.com


Silvi 8 years ago

hi there, i would like to ask you if you could translate into Sanskrit these phrases for me..

"Everything is happen for some reason"

"Destiny"

and name " SILVIA" and numbers: 07.03.86

It would be lovely..Thank you so much!!

my e-mail address: martonova_silvia@yahoo.com


Maria Lucero 8 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate the mantra om shanti shanti shanti into the original sanskrit symbols...

my email is mariaglucero@hotmail.com

thank you


Webmaster - Translations 8 years ago

A good effort indeed for creating a hub for

tattoo related resources. It is indeed a commendable effort.

Hope visitors will be benefited by it.

Webmaster - Translationshttp://freetranslationblog.blogspot.com


7 years ago

you all are degrading the hindu culture by getting sanskrit tattoos that have no real significance to you, other than looking cool or representing some casual interest in the culture. i also personally think its offensive how you just want sanskrit translations of western names--how lame. get something done which represents yourself and your own culture instead of using another culture's script to mutilate your bodies just because you think it "looks cool" or makes you feel better about your sorry selves.


truth 7 years ago

http://freetranslationblog.blogspot.com... is not real... most of ta translation is in hindi... pls dont go by it...


Chaitanya das 7 years ago

It is my hope to communicate with anyone interested in Sanskrit, anamored by the beautiful symbols enough to permanently mark on their bodies. It is understandable since it is very beautiful. Please get Bhagavad Gita as iit is by His Divine Grace, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. 1970-1976 edition. There are very meaningful slokas or phrases written in Sanskrit letters and English. Read it in its entirety and then you will know you are not this body, but the soul within. No need for tattoos therefore, but still a Bhagavad Gita sloka is eternal and if one is inclined to tattoo something a gita sloka would be un-regrettable.


mar 7 years ago

i was wondering if you can translate and write out for me "beautiful mistake" in sanskrit, i want to get a tattoo of this phrase...thank you

email: fucci_face88@yahoo.com

thank you once again


Julie 7 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate "a beautiful mistake" using sanskrit symbols for me. Thank you. Email: jreinhardt7@yahoo.com


Jen 7 years ago

Hello,

I was wondering if you could give me the Sanskrit symbols for the word "hero"

Thank you

jenwright71@hotmail.com


Katie  7 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate "a beautiful mistake" using sanskrit symbols for me. I really appreciate it!

Addisonsmom17@yahoo.com


jamie 7 years ago

i was wondering if you can translate and write out for me "beautiful mistake" in sanskrit and the name "Colleen". thank you

email: colleenkratz@aol.com


Megan 7 years ago

well my question is the same as the last 5.. I saw the sanskrit tattoo of "beautiful mistake" on army wives... that has been my motto for life for quiet a while.. live life with no regrets... learn from your mistakes.. those mistakes are what make you who you are. But i didnt' know if the tattoo that denise got on the show was the actual meaning of it and i looked at a different website and they had something totally different... please help!

Maden07@yahoo.com


Mel 7 years ago

If someone does find out the way to write "beautiful mistake" in sanskrit could you please let me know. you can email me at mel_a_lopez@yahoo.com. Cause along with everyone else i saw that tattoo on army wives and everywhere i have looked has something completely different. thanks!!!!

mel_a_lopez@yahoo.com


ec 7 years ago

Hi! I was wondering if i could get this phrase transliterated into Dengravi Sanskrit Script:

" Your light Illuminates all darkness"

or even just

"light illuminates darkness"

emily.croker@rsmi.com.au

Thanks!


Chaitanya das 7 years ago

Why are you all asking how to translate this and that. Just get a Bhagavad-gita as it is, 1970-1976 editin. It is full of slokas that will be very enlightening and the sanskrit lettering will all be right there as well as a guide to Sanskrit in the back of the book. I can't believe you all want Sanskrit tattoos and do not even have 1 single book by Srila Prabhupada.


JK 7 years ago

Greetings,

I have experiencing a little difficulty in finding the "Bhagavad-gita as it is" but am hopeful that the bookseller I spoke with this past week can procure it for me. Nonetheless, in the meantime it would really mean a lot if you could translate the words, "Hope", "Faith", "Love" and "Honesty". If you choose not to do so I completely understand and still thank you in advance for your time and consideration.

Please feel free to contact me at Janette_Klein@hotmail.com with any response.


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Utsahan@gmail.com 7 years ago Author

Actually, to translate any word from English to Sanskrit requires the special text which would be very difficult to post here. You can get Sanskrit letters and word for word definitions (actually the Sanskrit language is much finer and deeper than english and the definition of a single word can encompas a full philosophical realization which can not be written in thousands of pages of english words. Bhagavad Gita as it is (Krishna.org sells the best version at the best price). You will get in that book a great entry into Vedic hyms with original Sanskrit writing or in other words Devanagari- language of the demigods. Plus word for word english translation of each sloka or meaningful sentence. Plus purport or expanded explanation by the translator Srila Prabhupada who is in fact the greatest lover of Krishna, and therefore he put so much work into the publication of these Vedic literatures, dedicating his life to It, just that This might one day reach the mind of a person in the English speaking countries and that they might understand the deep teachings of Krishna. Plus the Book has a Sanskrit study guide in the back. It is a tool for enlightenment. The whole Book is a hymn, Bhagavad Gita means Song of God. There is phonetic pronunciation of each word and verse and the reader can sing it thru and feel a great high as the syllables are all scientifically arranged to produce transcendental effects. It is out of this world. Literally. Not of this world, but beyond it, from the realm of Krishna and the demigods. "The subject of the Bhagavad-gita entails the comprehension of five basic truths. First of all, the science of God is explained and then the constitutional position of the living entities, jivas. There is isvara, which means controller, and there are jivas, the living entities which are controlled. If a living entity says that he is not controlled but that he is free, then he is insane. The living being is controlled in every respect, at least in his conditioned life. So in the Bhagavad-gita the subject matter deals with the isvara, the supreme controller, and the jivas, the controlled living entities. Prakrti (material nature) and time (the duration of existence of the whole universe or the manifestation of material nature) and karma (activity) are also discussed. The cosmic manifestation is full of different activities. All living entities are engaged in different activities. From Bhagavad-gita we must learn what God is, what the living entities are, what prakrti is, what the cosmic manifestation is, how it is controlled by time, and what the activities of the living entities are." from the introduction

Krishna.org has the very best gita and it is only $15! You may also consider the Srimad Bhagavatam and Isopanisad while you are at it, they both have the same full Sanskrit text with word for word translation.


Tammi Gustafson 7 years ago

hi,i'm hoping you could help me.?.i'm having trouble finding the sanskrit words for peace and love..i'm looking in to getting the words tattooed with my Om sign that i already have..a friend of mine, has a cousin with a mobile tattoo kit..he's over from italy at the mo,not sure for how long..i'm v.excited about having some sanskrit words to finish my tat!!your help with this would be very much appreciated!! thank u xXx


KH 7 years ago

Hey,

I was wondering if you could give me the symbols for something along the line of "learn from your mistakes" or "every mistake is a stepping stone " (prefer this one)

thanks.... keh4wake@adelphia.net


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Utsahan@gmail.com 7 years ago Author

Read Bhagavad gita as it is. It is availible online at http://www.asitis.org Once you read all that Krishna says you can get a tattoo of one of the Slokas. Try chapter 2 verses 13-21 for starters. then you order the book, and it has the original Sanskrit.


Eszter 7 years ago

hi!Do you know any short sanskrit prayers? i'd like to have a tattoo but i can't find. A prayer for strength would be the best but i any kind of short sanskrit prayer is good.

Thank you in advance

my e-mail is: h_eszty@freemail.hu


Sylvie 7 years ago

Hi, I was wondering if you could translate and write out for me, the name Jayden in sanskrit. thank you


Rhianna 7 years ago

Hello.. .i am sorry.. you have a lot of requests.... But would it be possible to translate "Mend your soul" into Sanskrit? If you can help me out, i would appreciate it! thanks!

rsc_secretmail@yahooca


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Utsahan@gmail.com 7 years ago Author

Bhagavad gita As It Is (http://www.asitis.com)Chapter 7. Knowledge of the Absolute

TEXT 7

mattah parataram nanyat kincid asti dhananjaya mayi sarvam idam protam sutre mani-gana iva

SYNONYMS

mattah--beyond Myself; para-taram--superior; na--not; anyat kincit--anything else; asti--there is; dhananjaya--O conqueror of wealth; mayi--in Me; sarvam--all that be; idam--which we see; protam--strung; sutre--on a thread; mani-ganah--pearls; iva--likened.

TRANSLATION

O conqueror of wealth [Arjuna], there is no Truth superior to Me. Everything rests upon Me, as pearls are strung on a thread.

PURPORT

There is a common controversy over whether the Supreme Absolute Truth is personal or impersonal. As far as Bhagavad-gita is concerned, the Absolute Truth is the Personality of Godhead Sri Krsna, and this is confirmed in every step. In this verse, in particular, it is stressed that the Absolute Truth is a person. That the Personality of Godhead is the Supreme Absolute Truth is also the affirmation of the Brahma-samhita: isvarah paramah krsnah sac-cid-ananda-vigrahah; that is, the Supreme Absolute Truth Personality of Godhead is Lord Krsna, who is the primeval Lord, the reservoir of all pleasure, Govinda, and the eternal form of complete bliss and knowledge. These authorities leave no doubt that the Absolute Truth is the Supreme Person, the cause of all causes. The impersonalist, however, argues on the strength of the Vedic version given in the Svetasvatara Upanisad: tato yad uttarataram tad arupam anamayam ya etad vidur amrtas te bhavanti athetare duhkham evapiyanti. "In the material world Brahma, the primeval living entity within the universe, is understood to be the supreme amongst the demigods, human beings and lower animals. But beyond Brahma there is the Transcendence who has no material form and is free from all material contaminations. Anyone who can know Him also becomes transcendental, but those who do not know Him suffer the miseries of the material world." The impersonalist puts more stress on the word arupam. But this arupam is not impersonal. It indicates the transcendental form of eternity, bliss and knowledge as described in the Brahma-samhita quoted above. Other verses in the Svetasvatara Upanisad substantiate this as follows:

vedaham etam purusam mahantam aditya-varnam tamasah parastat tam eva vidvan amrta iha bhavati nanyah pantha vidyate ayanaya yasmat param naparam asti kincid yasman naniyo no jyayo 'sti kincit

"I know that Supreme Personality of Godhead who is transcendental to all material conceptions of darkness. Only he who knows Him can transcend the bonds of birth and death. There is no way for liberation other than this knowledge of that Supreme Person. "There is no truth superior to that Supreme Person because He is the supermost. He is smaller than the smallest, and He is greater than the greatest. He is situated as a silent tree, and He illumines the transcendental sky, and as a tree spreads its roots, He spreads His extensive energies." From these verses one concludes that the Supreme Absolute Truth is the Supreme Personality of Godhead who is all-pervading by His multi-energies, both material and spiritual.


Heather 7 years ago

I also am looking for the "beautiful mistake." tattoo in sanskrit. can you please email it to me at edmunfamily@hotmail.com?

Thank you


amber 7 years ago

hi, im also looking for the word 'beautiful mistake'in sanskrit.

please be so kind to email it to me. amber.egner@live.com

thank you very much


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Utsahan@gmail.com 7 years ago Author

To Amber, Heather, and reader. Search for descriptions of the beauty of Lord Sri Krishna and tattoo that for an excellent Sanskrit tattoo. There are many such expressions in the Vedas. Try Srimad Bhagavatam or Isopanisad, both with English translation by His Divine Grace, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. Hare Krishna.


bteich 7 years ago

I was wondering if you could send me the word "strength" in sanskrit.


bteich 7 years ago

I was wondering if you could send me the word "strength" in sanskrit.

My email is bteichroew33@yahoo.com


Dani 7 years ago

I would like to get the Seven Deadly Sins & the Seven Heavenly Virtues in Sanskrit...if you could help me with this it'd be greatly appreciated. Thanks :) iheartthesox33@yahoo.com

Lust Chastity Gluttony Temperance Greed Charity Sloth Diligence Wrath Patience Envy Kindness Pride Humility


Savya 7 years ago

"h says:3 months ago

you all are degrading the hindu culture by getting sanskrit tattoos that have no real significance to you, other than looking cool or representing some casual interest in the culture. i also personally think its offensive how you just want sanskrit translations of western names--how lame. get something done which represents yourself and your own culture instead of using another culture's script to mutilate your bodies just because you think it "looks cool" or makes you feel better about your sorry selves."

GOD bless you, still you are an idiot. The Vaisnava culture cannot BE degraded. All intended devotional service, no matter how lame by your judgement, is accepted in this yuga. That IS the beauty of the "sanskrit" culture.


ashuul 7 years ago

I was wondering if anyone was kind enough to translate the word shante into sanskrit characters for my next tattoo? It would really mean a lot to me. Thanks guys,

amrazorfitness@hotmail.com


Nataasha 7 years ago

I was curious if you could translate 'beautiful life' in sanskrit symbols for me. I recently got the tattoo of 'beautiful mistake' from the Army Wives show on my left arm and would like to get 'beautiful life' on my right arm.

Thank you,

Nataasha

nattanner02@yahoo.com


amanda 7 years ago

Can you please translate BEAUTIFUL LOVE

in sanskrit for me.

Thank you, givenuponus@aol.com


nivedita 7 years ago

These are neat, but do you know you have completely reversed the Sanskrit on two of the big photos on this site, as if you were reading the words in a mirror? Also "satyam" is okay, but "bharkta" isn't a word.


sam 7 years ago

these are really cool, but do you know someone who could translate something for me? i need something translated accurately into the sanskrit alphabet, not the english phoenetic translation. Please let me know if you can help!

Thanks!

sam1618@tmail.com


AshOLay 7 years ago

hello there.... I see that many people are also interested in finding "beautiful mistake" in sanskrit symbols if someone could please transfer that for me I would greatly appreciated it. Thank you in advance!

again... just "beautiful mistake"

thank you! xoxo


AshOLay 7 years ago

oh gosh i realized as i was posting that i didn't include an email address....

I would love to have "beautiful mistake" translated..Thank you so much!

my email is: Cinnamonchick613@aol.com

thanks again... xoxo


Paul 7 years ago

For anyone requesting translations into sanskrit you may want to check out

http://freetranslationblog.blogspot.com/2008_09_01...

This is NOT my blog but I found the sanskrit for Father on there. As in it is written in sanskrit.


Laudo 7 years ago

Hi

Can you please translate the word "believe" into sanskrit?

Email: Laudo11@hotmail.co.uk

Thanks!


melanie weeks 7 years ago

hey, i was wondering if u can translate my name in sanskrit "melanie" "weeks" "mel" also can u translate "hope" "faith" "strenght"

Thanks

lilweeksy87@hotmail.co.uk


Marte 7 years ago

hey

I was woundering if you could translate 'friendship' to sanskrit, or if there's a sanskrit symbol for friendship.

my email is: matye83@gmail.com

Thanks


Cindy 7 years ago

Hi I was wondering if you could translate "Beautiful Mistake" into sanskrit for me. Thank you in advance.

julietjust4romeo@yahoo.com


Kayur 7 years ago

Well i wanted to get a tattoo for the longest but didn't really know what to get, i really wanted it to be meaningful..i happened to come across a phrase that really caught my eye and it was "seek knowedge, but find truth" and i would like to know if you can translate that in sanskrit for me.

Thank You/Jai Shri Krishna


Kayur 7 years ago

my email is kayur87@gmail.com


Adam Burgess 7 years ago

I am after a sanskrit tattoo which says "live for today" or just "live today" would you be able to translate this for me.

Thanks in advance

Email: awb_uk@hotmail.com


Sujith 7 years ago

I used the following software after getting recommendation from my friends. I found it very useful for writing any name in Sanskrit.

http://www.visharadsoftware.com/visharadtranscript...


Sharda Chatterjee 7 years ago

Hello, i would like to ask you if you could translate into Sanskrit the word -

"Destiny"


Ananda 7 years ago

wondering what the sanskrit symbol or symbols for ananda are


Marci 7 years ago

Hi I was hoping I could get this sentence translated into Sanskrit for a tattoo, or if you could recommend someone who can do it :

thank you

marciroesch@sbcglobal.net

“This lady’s heart is in Rama, His heart is firmly in Her, for that reason She and that noble Rama are able to live even for a moment.”


Jodi Salcido 7 years ago

I was wondering where I would find a book on sanskrit symbols and their translations? If you could email me with any ideas I would greatly appreciate it.


Jodi Salcido 7 years ago

I was wondering where I would find a book on sanskrit symbols and their translations? If you could email me with any ideas I would greatly appreciate it.


raven 7 years ago

need the sanskrit for "angel of darkness" and "raven nigth" thanks Lcausey8084@att.net


Sarah 7 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate "fearless" into sanskrit script for me. Thank you.

sarahjh1112@yahoo.com


Jaydeep 7 years ago

We provide expert Sanskrit tattoos translations for names, tattoos, words and sentences. Sanskrit Translations for just US $5 per word.http://www.onlinetattootranslations.com/devanagari...


iai79 7 years ago

hi there was wondering if i could get my son and daughters names translated?and the words faith hope and destiny?

my email is myway79@live.com


Rachel O'Brien 7 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate the word "beautiful mistake," in sanskrit, "Dream," "No Regrets," along with "Dreams may come true, if you work hard to achieve them," and 04/04/89. Thank you very much.

Please email me at Rclara9@yahoo.com


Kate 7 years ago

Can someone please translate "One day at a time" for me? Thank you

kate-archer@hotmail.com


Nina 7 years ago

Hello! I was hoping you could translate some words for me in sanskrit? The words are: "Destiny"

"love" and "meant to be"

Thank you in advance! ns.suomalainen@gmail.com


Karen 7 years ago

Hi,

I was hoping you'd be able to direct me to the original sanskrit writing of om shanti shanti shanti shanti, hari om shanti.

I would love to include this in my next tattooo as it's a mantra I use quite often. Really hard to track down the sanskrit writing of it though!

Karen - custardrainbows@yahoo.co.uk


Natasha 7 years ago

Hi there, sorry another translatioin. was hopng if you may translate

'everything happens or a reason' for me

thank you really appreciate it natashawallas@telkomsa.net


natasha 7 years ago

hi sorry its natasha i ment 'everything happens for a reason'

natashawallas@telkomsa.net


dr.dev 7 years ago

hi......

please translate for me

HARI AUM NAMO NARAYANANAYA NAMAHA

&

I SURRENDER MY BLOOD AND FLESH TO THE EARTH AS THE SOUL IS NOT MINE OT BE GIVEN......

alkayline@hotmail.com

thank you guys so much


peter Winding 7 years ago

I´m not getting this at all.

You have any help for the none. devotes at all? Ot do Evrione alese have to read their way through the whole thing before getting an answer? I respece the whole deal, but whu post tattoos if you don´t give out translations?

I mean, it´s weird how they are the only only ones thats emm to cost money on the web. Alle other langueages seem to be free:

hmmmm


janet 7 years ago

hi just hoping you may translate two phrases for me in sanskrit writing

- " i am my beloved's, and my beloved is mine" from the song of solomon.

AND

- "always with you always with me"

thinking of getting it tattooed and i want it to be accurate. thanks so much.

janet_716@hotmail.com


lilylou 7 years ago

hi i really want a sanskrit tattoo im just scared that it wont mean what i want it too, please can you translate into sanskrit:

"Your light Illuminates all darkness"

and

"forgiveness, honesty, trust and strength"

lush_lilz@hotmail.com

thanks x


Alex 7 years ago

Hi I stumbled about this site and I was wondering if you could translate a quote for me into Sanskrit. The quote is "Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves". If you could do this I'd greatly appreciate it. Thank you. godsmack_chick08@hotmail.com


Eric Robinson 7 years ago

Hello. I like most everyone here wants to get a sanskrit tattoo but am scared it won't mean what it says. if you could translate this I would greatly appreciate it.

"Kaila, Kade, and Reilly-

you are my world"

Thank you very much.

robinson_ericj@msn.com


Lisa 7 years ago

Hi,

I too are wanting a tattoo and want to get it 100% correct.

I am very homesick and miss my twin so I want a tattoo to remind me of her.So if oyu can translate this I would be ever so grateful.

"Leanne you are the mirror to my soul born together, connected for eternity"

Thanks.

lisabianca@gmail.com


dionne  7 years ago

hey i was wanting to know what "Beauty" was in sanskrit? for a tattoo

Thanks

Dionnesimon@msn.com


Kristine 7 years ago

Hello, I am wondering If you can translate my son's name for me please. His name is Jayden.

Email me at Kristinehummel@yahoo.com


Elesha 7 years ago

Please could you translate these for me into Sanskrit?Im Dreaming This Dream For You

I Think About You Everyday

For Those Who Have Stood who have stood by me, you are the story i tell

My email address is- xx_elesha_xx@hotmail.co.uk

Many Thanks x


Nikul 7 years ago

Hello.

Can you please translate this in sanskrit for me.

"Bhai (Brother) I will always miss you in every up and down of my life"

my Email add is nikul.padhya@gmail.com

Thank you.


Jon 7 years ago

i would like to get chapter 2 verse 18 tatooed however i cannot find it written in sanskrit anywhere on the web. please help....... jw23occ@yahoo.com


Jon 7 years ago

i would like to get chapter 2 verse 18 tatooed however i cannot find it written in sanskrit anywhere on the web. please help....... jw23occ@yahoo.com


eils 7 years ago

Hey I really want to get

-To thy own self be true-

Could you be so kind as to translate into sanskrit?!

eilbhe.fogarty@gmail.com


manisha 7 years ago

hi, please can i have a translation for 'strong' in sanskrit or any arty ways of having it written?!

thanks

manishachohan@live.co.uk


annie 7 years ago

I was hoping you could please provide me with the sanskrit symbol for "grace"


Taryn 7 years ago

Hi i was wondering if you could send me the sanskrit symbol for "Mother"

Luckystar6812@yahoo.com

Thanks


jessica01227 7 years ago

could you please tell me the sanskrit translation for

"you make me feel"

and

"one feels"

thanks!

jessica01227@yahoo.com


Jaydeep 7 years ago

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amy 7 years ago

i want a saying in sanskrit i was wondering if you could translate it to sanskrit for me , i've been looking everywher.

- there once was a little girl who never knew love until a boy broke her heart

if you could get back , it will be appreciated.

ARB-xx@hotmail.com


kalidas 6 years ago

Please tell me the correct position on the body of the four symbols of Vishnu.

The lotus.

The conch.

The club.

The disc.

I feel this to be of great importance so as to not cause offense.

Thank you.


dragqueen5 6 years ago

Hey All of you! Don't you know there are free online english-sanskrit dictionaries? For example: http://spokensanskrit.de/

Good luck!


Original Dharma 6 years ago

Not sure what the facination with Buddhism. Buddhism derived from Hinduism, and everything Sanskrit, and everything to do with yoga was incorporated into Buddhism via its Vedic origin. It's always funny when people (Westerners) practice Hindu elements and somehow call themselves "Buddhist."


Maya 6 years ago

Hey I want to get a tattoo with the word "dream" because swapna (dream) is my birth name and I wanted to get it in sanskrit.

meh5205@psu.edu


grace 6 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate these quotes for a tattoo please

Don’t forget to love yourself

and

You must love yourself, before you love another

Thanks

e-mail lil-princess-3@hotmail.com


Mary 6 years ago

hi !!

I was wondering if you can translate the serenity prayer to sanskrit for me ! I have been looking everywhere for help and this website seems great !

God grant me the serenity

to accept the things I cannot change;

courage to change the things I can;

and wisdom to know the difference.

email - mm83351n@pace.edu or bxlilangel143@Aol.com


India 6 years ago

Could you translate the word "blessed" in sanskrit for a tattoo ?

Thanks!

india7winford@yahoo.com


VIN 6 years ago

I KNOW SOME1 WHO TRANSLATES FOR PPL VERSES ETC INTO THE SANSKRIT LANGUAGE. NOT SURE IF HE CHARGES A SMALL AMOUNT OR NOT?

HIS WEBSITE IS (CHECK STORE SECTION)

HTTP://WWW.JASVEEN.CA


nicole 6 years ago

hi i was wondering i f i could get a protection sanskrit for my 2 daughters and need a translation .please email me at nsmall720@gmail.com their names r calleigh nicole n kierstin elizabeth.thanx nicole


Kris 6 years ago

Can you translate the Hare Krsna Mantra in sanskrit for me? I want a tattoo of it


Kris 6 years ago

Can you translate the Hare Krsna Mantra in sanskrit for me? I want a tattoo of it

krsna@aol.com


melissa 6 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate "SACRED LOVE" in sanskrit for me? I needed something accurate and I couldn't find anything! Thanks!

my email is crzy_chick09@yahoo.com


Richard 6 years ago

Hi....wonderful site!

Would you be able to translate "It is what it is" for me into Sanskrit. Having no luck anywhere getting it so I can tattoo it. thanks and cheers

email is arnez72@y7mail.com


SILVIA 6 years ago

HELLO! NICE SITE, AND THANK YOU, ITS A REASSURANCE TO HAVE SOMEONE HERE THAT KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT.

I WAS WONDERING IF YOU CAN TRANSLATE

"ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE ME"

THANK YOU VERY MUCH

SILVIA_M.VARGAS@HOTMAIL.COM


mario 6 years ago

hello could you please translate the name 'roderick' for me?

thanks

mario


Jaz 6 years ago

hi !!

I was wondering if you can translate the serenity prayer to sanskrit for me ! I have been looking everywhere for help and this website seems great !

God grant me the serenity

to accept the things I cannot change;

courage to change the things I can;

and wisdom to know the difference.

email: baby111386@yahoo.com


Sherese 6 years ago

Hey I was wondering if you could translate the word: resilient.

I want it to mean (in the context of) overcoming tragedy, going back to regular shape ..

not elasticity.

send to:

>> sheresew@hotmail.com

Thanks


shantee 6 years ago

hi !!

I was wondering if you can translate the serenity prayer to sanskrit for me !

God grant me the serenity

to accept the things I cannot change;

courage to change the things I can;

and wisdom to know the difference.

email: baby111386@yahoo.com


Caroline 6 years ago

Hi,

I hope you can help me in translating "You are my destiny" for me please. I have been looking for a translation everywhere but I have been unable to find an accurate one... so far I have this ??? ???? ?????? ?? but I don't know if it's correct. Could you please help me.

ecua69caro@hotmail.com


dill 6 years ago

was hoping you could translate

"Character is who you are when no one is watching"

to sanskrit

it would be much appreciated

i_found_wally@live.com


jas 6 years ago

if you go to me website and contact me, i will be happy to translate a sanskrit verses or sentences for you for little or no charge.

http://www.jasveen.ca


Darren  6 years ago

Hi,

Can you please advise what the translation for the name Darren is in SANSKRIT


Kim 6 years ago

I am looking for the sanskrit translation for "mindfulness". Thank you

My e-mail is kimmy_candy@hotmail.com


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msmischa 6 years ago

hello! very much appreciated if you could translate

"unwritten"

and

"who knew from the conrete a flower would grow"

in sankrit for me. my email is mobogdav@hotmail.com

thanks!


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anisha tolani 6 years ago

hey...can u plz tell me a shlok related to mothers in sanskrit...where can i find it?

My id is: anisha_tolani@yahoo.co.in


marthaann_pink 6 years ago

I would like to veify the translation for "a beautiful mistake" in sanskrit and also would like to get the translation for "a beautiful life" in Sanskit........Thank you so much in advance.......

My email is marthaann_pink@yahoo.com


Laura 6 years ago

I hope you can help me in translating this prayer for a tattoo in sanskrit or khmer script:

May your enemies run far away from you.

If you acquire riches, may they remain yours always.

Your beauty will be that of Apsara.

Wherever you may go, many will attend, serve and protect you, surrounding you on all sides.

Thank you so much in advance

My email is cnutth@gmail.com


kizzy 6 years ago

hi was wondering if anyone could translate 'never a failure, always a lesson' for me into sanskrit?

many thanks in advance if you can xx


kizzy 6 years ago

hi was wondering if anyone could translate 'never a failure, always a lesson' for me into sanskrit?

many thanks in advance if you can xx


matty boy 6 years ago

hi,

i was wondering if Anyone can translate 'blessed' for me in sanskrit? my email address is matt.sp@hotmail.com. i would be very appreciative.

thanks you so much

peace n love.


Ninaa 6 years ago

Ciao

Could somebody translate "live the dreams" for me in sanskrit?

Thank you!!! I will be very happy!

nina.nixi@gmail.com


Nicki 6 years ago

Hi,

I have found this beautiful quote that I want to get tattooed and was wonderng if you could translate this for me please!

" Here (in this world), there is nothing as pure (sublime) as knowledge" my e-mail is nix_pask@hotmail.com

Thanks so much!


threesticksofwatusi 6 years ago

Hi! I was looking for a sanskrit translator and found this blog. I was wondering if you could translate a phrase for me:

"With the heart of a lion and spirit of a dragon."

my email is irdominado@yahoo.com


Gurjit 6 years ago

Hi,

I was looking for a translation of the word 'faith' in sansskrit please...can you help?

my email is gurjit.shergill@rokeby.newham.sch.uk


duns1983 6 years ago

hello!

Could anyone please translate "no regrets, just love" in sanskrit? I'd really appreciate your help! Thanks in advance!

email me at dunjci_@hotmail.com


brianna 6 years ago

i was wondering if someone could translate "free spirit" for me into sanscrit and show what it will look like written out. i would love to get a tattoo of this. it would be greatly appreciated!

email- beach91babi@yahoo.com

thanks in advance!


Kris 6 years ago

How do you say "Live and Learn" in Sanskript?


Sara 5 years ago

I was wondering if you could possibly, translate

"To thine own self be true" for me.

Thank you so much for your time,

sara.rennie@hotmail.com


Juliet 5 years ago

I was wondering if you could translate "go with the flow" the the tattoooos katy perry and russle brand have. thanks

jewel.everatt@gmail.com


Alamkrutha 5 years ago

I am an sanskrith student. I love learning it. Porverbs, slokahs, quotes, etc in sanskrith are wonderfull.


Sara  5 years ago

Hey would you be able to translate either or both of the following

"To thine own self be true"

and

"If you want to be happy, be"

Thank you so much!

sara.rennie@hotmail.com


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Rachel 5 years ago

Hi would you be able to translate a couple of things for me?

"Never let me go"

as well as

"Infinite"

Thank you so much!

rachelliewsy@gmail.com


Michelle 5 years ago

Can you please send me

"Conquer him with love"

In hindi sanskrit!?


melanieemariee 5 years ago

I need forgiveness, faithfulness, honesty, strength, power, Love and passion translated in sanskrit

Unlimitedluvinn@aol.com


Jessi 5 years ago

Please translate "Honesty, Strength, Respect, & Love" for me. Thanks!

Jelaka23@gmail.com


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Tasha 4 years ago

Hello, I need to know the words internal faith written in Sanskrit. If you could help me with this that would be greatly appreciated! My email: ntshj323@live.com thank you so much!

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    Great Bhagavad-gita As It Is verses to tattoo.

    Chapter 10. The Opulence of the Absolute

    TEXT 7

    etam vibhutim yogam ca  mama yo vetti tattvatah  so 'vikalpena yogena  yujyate natra samsayah

    SYNONYMS

    etam--all this; vibhutim--opulence; yogam ca--also mystic power; mama--of Mine; yah--anyone; vetti--knows; tattvatah--factual; sah--he; avikalpena--without division; yogena--in devotional service; yujyate--engaged; na--never; atra--here; samsayah--doubt.

    TRANSLATION

    He who knows in truth this glory and power of Mine engages in unalloyed devotional service; of this there is no doubt.

    PURPORT

    The highest summit of spiritual perfection is knowledge of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Unless one is firmly convinced of the different opulences of the Supreme Lord, he cannot engage in devotional service. Generally people know that God is great, but they do not know in detail how God is great. Here are the details. If one knows factually how God is great, then naturally he becomes a surrendered soul and engages himself in the devotional service of the Lord. When one factually knows the opulences of the Supreme, there is no alternative but to surrender to Him. This factual knowledge can be known from the descriptions in Srimad-Bhagavatam and Bhagavad-gita and similar literatures.  In the administration of this universe there are many demigods distributed throughout the planetary system, and the chief of them are Brahma, Lord Siva and the four great Kumaras and other patriarchs. There are many forefathers of the population of the universe, and all of them are born of the Supreme Lord Krsna. The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krsna, is the original forefather of all forefathers.  These are some of the opulences of the Supreme Lord. When one is firmly convinced of them, he accepts Krsna with great faith and without any doubt, and he engages in devotional service. All this particular knowledge is required in order to increase one's interest in the loving devotional service of the Lord. One should not neglect to understand fully how great Krsna is, for by knowing the greatness of Krsna one will be able to be fixed in sincere devotional service.

    (you must get the book to see the Sanskrit at this point, but I assure you it is beautiful..) 

    About us.

    This site is a production of Chaitanya dasa and Jayasri Gaurangi devi dasi. His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada gave us the greatest eye opening of our lives so we are opening the door to others of spiritual inclination to come and share in the wonderful words of Krishna brought so purely to us by Lord Krishna's topmost devotee, His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

    The words are divinely eminated from the source of the entire cosmic manifestation. Lord Shri Krishna describing himself in the Bhagavad gita makes a great tattoo.

    Here are some examples.

    Chapter 10, Verse 6.
    The seven great sages and before them the four other great sages and the Manus [progenitors of mankind] are born out of My mind, and all creatures in these planets descend from them.

    We offer Krishna's sayings printed in Sanskrit printed by Lord Krishna's devotee and sent via mail or email.

    Sayings are $10 each printed on a piece of construction paper. Half our proceeds go toward The Goloka Cow Sanctuary a project meant to bring happyness and end suffering on the planet.

    Read on and discover some of my favorite Sanskrit sayings, and don't feel hesitant to write us an email with an special questions. Those who are interested in a deeper spiritual experience might consider going to visit fwith His Holiness Kapindra Swami who is a devotee of Krishna since 1969. He always quotes from the Vedic texts all day long. It is a very powerful experience for anyone who can tolerate to realize his own ignorance and mortality. Maharaja, gives truth without compromise to all who contact him. He can also tell you where to find that Sanskrit word or saying you are trying to get painted or tattooed.

    We at the  http://www.hubpages.com/SanskritTattoo website invite everyone to chant with us. There is always Kirtan Meditation. On the Youtube link here you can see one of our kirtans that took place in Tennessee. In the future we will be posting more videos of chanting in Sanskrit and Devanagari text painting photos.

    Tattooing Sanskrit Art

    Aloha!

    Lately I have been having this idea of putting together a compilation of some sayings from the Bhagavad gita which are great to meditate on and would also make really great tattoo or wall art. Sanskrit writings are transcendentally attractive.

    Send us an email and we will put you on our mailing list as well as try to answer any personal requests you may have.


    A few possibilities for a Sanskrit Tattoo

    this Sanskrit Tattoo would be perfect for a sailor or a person who loves the ocean.

    Krishna says in Bhagavad gita as it is,

    10.24 -Of priests, O Arjuna, know Me to be the chief, Brhaspati, the lord of devotion. Of generals I am Skanda, the lord of war; and of bodies of water I am the ocean.

    Chapter 10, Verse 20.
    I am the Self, O Gudakesa, seated in the hearts of all creatures. I am the beginning, the middle and the end of all beings.

    Chapter 16, Verse 1-3.
    The Blessed Lord said: Fearlessness, purification of one's existence, cultivation of spiritual knowledge, charity, self-control, performance of sacrifice, study of the Vedas, austerity and simplicity; nonviolence, truthfulness, freedom from anger; renunciation, tranquility, aversion to faultfinding, compassion and freedom from covetousness; gentleness, modesty and steady determination; vigor, forgiveness, fortitude, cleanliness, freedom from envy and the passion for honor--these transcendental qualities, O son of Bharata, belong to godly men endowed with divine nature.




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