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Old 11-03-2011, 10:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all :D

im planning on having a tattoo in sanskrit
and i've been searching for the right translation for my name
my name is Anugrah, meaning "God's Gift" or Gift from God"

i found some translations
1. ईश अनुग्रह - Īśa anugraha meaning godsend
2. देवदान - devdan meaning god's gift

are there any other translation
and im asking whether those translation above is correct?
bcoz it's a permanent tatto, and it will be a waste if im having the wrong translation

Many Thanks

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tidak perlu diterjemahkan: "Anugrah" sendiri adalah kata Bahasa Sanskrit.

dalam aksara bali:


dalam aksara jawa:


dalam aksara mula dari kamboja (yang mirip sekali aksara jawa kuno, yang dipakai untuk menulis bahasa Sanskrit se-Indonesia dalam zaman Hindu-Buddha):
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Hi all :D

im planning on having a tattoo in sanskrit
and i've been searching for the right translation for my name
my name is Anugrah, meaning "God's Gift" or Gift from God"

i found some translations
1. ईश अनुग्रह - Īśa anugraha meaning godsend
2. देवदान - devdan meaning god's gift

are there any other translation
and im asking whether those translation above is correct?
bcoz it's a permanent tatto, and it will be a waste if im having the wrong translation

Many Thanks

Bobby
God's Gift = देवोपहार
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Hi all :D

im planning on having a tattoo in sanskrit
and i've been searching for the right translation for my name
my name is Anugrah, meaning "God's Gift" or Gift from God"

i found some translations
1. ईश अनुग्रह - Īśa anugraha meaning godsend
2. देवदान - devdan meaning god's gift

are there any other translation
and im asking whether those translation above is correct?
bcoz it's a permanent tatto, and it will be a waste if im having the wrong translation

Many Thanks

Bobby
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