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SPIRITUAL SANSKRIT WORDS Spiritual Words Shanthi Ahimsa Dhyana Sathya Jnana Swasti Aathma

Shubham/Mangalam Bhakthi Mukthi/Moksha SHANTHI Peace, rest, calmness, tranquility, bliss Om Shanthi Shanthi

Shanthi Hi the three shanthis chanted at the end of mantras is a prayer for peace in the world around us. DHYANA Meditation Meditation often involves invoking and cultivating a feeling or internal state of contemplation.

Dhyana mantras are chanted to enter a deep state of meditation JNANA In general - Knowledge or Wisdom or Intellect Particularly refers to a divine knowledge that relates the individual to the universe as a whole

JNANI A person with the divine knowledge AATHMAN Also - Aathma SOUL (an inner consciousness) Philosophical term in Hinduism to identify the soul

whether in global sense (worlds soul) or in individual sense (of a persons own soul). BHAKTI Devotion Bhakti or devotion is expressed is commonly through prayers, songs, dance, and serving people around us Bhakta - Devotee

AHIMSA Ahimsa literally means to do no harm or to avoid violence (to include physical and verbal) The practice of Ahimsa requires kindness towards all living beings including animals. This principle of non-violence was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi in Indias fight for independence against the British. Jainism and Buddhism preach Ahimsa Antonym: Himsa to do harm (violence)

SATHYA Sathya means Truthfulness Sathyameva Jayathe Truth Alone Triumphs is the national motto of India and is inscribed on the national emblem. Antonym: Asathya - Untruth DHARMA Righteousness or Duty

There is no proper equivalent word in English for Dharma. Although, generally defined as righteousness or duty, Dharma includes all external deeds as well as thoughts that tend to elevate the character of man. Adharma: Antonym KARMA

Action or Deed There is no proper equivalent word in English for Karma. Although, it means action or deed, Karma is sometimes used in reference to a "moral law of cause and effect." The moral law of Karma maintains that good deeds will be returned with MUKTI/MOKSHA

Mukti or Moksha literally means to release or to let go or Liberation Reincarnation is believed to occur when the soul or spirit, after the death of the body comes back to life in a newborn body. Hinduism, as well as other Indian religions such as Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism believe in reincarnation. Hinduism believes that the universal cycle of death and rebirth, governed by Karma. Moksha/Mukti means liberation from the cycle of births and

SWASTI Auspiciousness or a state of wellbeing Su good, well Asti to be Su + Asti = Swasti means wellbeing Swastika is used as symbol of well-being by Hindus. Its use traces back to at least 3,000 years. It was also used as a good

luck charm in antique ornaments found in Greece, Rome and certain other parts of Europe. The Swastika was adopted as the emblem of the Nazis in Germany, and since the 1930s has been associated with MANGALAM SHUBHAM KALYANAM Auspiciousness or a sense of wellbeing

Mangalam/Shubham/Kalyanam are often used in prayers Eg. Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavatu means may the sense of well being pervade everything around us. ?????? SOUL (an inner consciousness) Philosophical term in Hinduism to identify the soul whether in global sense (worlds soul) or in individual sense (of a persons own soul).

????? Peace, rest, calmness, tranquility, bliss the three ????? chanted at the end of mantras is a prayer for peace in the world around us. ???????

Meditation Meditation often involves invoking and cultivating a feeling or internal state of contemplation. ?????? mantras are chanted to enter a deep state of meditation ?????

In general - Knowledge or Wisdom or Intellect Particularly refers to a divine knowledge that relates the individual to the universe as a whole ????? A person with the divine knowledge ?????? Devotion

????? or devotion is expressed is commonly through prayers, songs, dance, and serving people around us ?????- Devotee ?????? Righteousness or Duty

There is no proper equivalent word in English for ?????. Although, generally defined as righteousness or duty, ????? includes all external deeds as well as thoughts that tend to elevate the character of man. ?????: Antonym ?????? Action or Deed

There is no proper equivalent word in English for?????. Although, it means action or deed, ????? is sometimes used in reference to a "moral law of cause and effect." The moral law of ????? maintains that good deeds will be returned with ??????? ???? Or ????? literally means to release or to let

go or Liberation Reincarnation is believed to occur when the soul or spirit, after the death of the body comes back to life in a newborn body. Hinduism, as well as other Indian religions such as Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism believe in reincarnation. Hinduism believes that the universal cycle of death and rebirth, governed by Karma. ??????? means liberation from the cycle of births and ?????

???? literally means to do no harm or to avoid violence (to include physical and verbal) The practice of ???? a requires kindness towards all living beings including animals. This principle of non-violence was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi in Indias fight for independence against the British. Jainism and Buddhism preach ????? Antonym: ????? to do harm (violence) ??????

???? means Truthfulness Sathyameva Jayathe Truth Alone Triumphs is the national motto of India and is inscribed on the national emblem. Antonym: ???? - Untruth ????? Auspiciousness or a state of wellbeing

Su good, well Asti to be Su + Asti = ???? means wellbeing Swastika is used as symbol of well-being by Hindus. Its use traces back to at least 3,000 years. It was also used as a good luck charm in antique ornaments found in Greece, Rome and certain other parts of Europe. The Swastika was adopted as the emblem of the Nazis in Germany, and since the 1930s has been associated with ???????? ???????? Auspiciousness

???????? or a sense of wellbeing ???????? are often used in prayers Eg. Sarvesham Mangalam Bhavatu means may the sense of well being pervade everything around us.

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