April 14th, 2004
|meetjyu||03:05 am - :: more Nepali words|
Some Nepali words (related to religion)
Dharma = Religion
Deuta/Ishwor/Bhagawan/Pravoo/Aaradhya Dev = God
Pooja = Worship
Aarati = Light (usually lamp oil)
Ekata = Unity
Manavjati = Humankind
Awatar = Prophet
Astitwoo = Existance
Shanti = Peace
Om = The Holy character, used everywhere to recite the Verses of God form Holy Books
Shreemad Bhagwat Gita = The most Holiest Book for Hindus
Puran = Religious books about life after death
Bedas = Holy Books about life & duties in the world
Bayoo = The Air
Aagni = The Fire
Jaal = The Water
Prithvi = The Earth
Chandra = The Moon
Surya = The Sun
Sworga = The Heaven
Narka = The Hell
Pap = Sin
Punya/Dharma = Good-deeds
Aashirbad = Blessings
Prarthana = Prayers
Pooja = Worship
Mantra = Chants
Aakas = The Sky
Patal = Below Earth
Abhishek = Anointing
Yugas = Ages (Satyug, Tretajug, Dwaparjug and Kaliyug)
Pralaya = Deluge
Asan = Meditative pose
Utpatti = Creation
Nash = Destruction
Kam = Sensual enjoyment
Manushya = Man
Asur = Demon
The Most Sacred & Powerful Prayer of Hindus: The Gayatri Mantra
In Sanskrit (World's the most ancient language):
Om Bhurbhuvah Swah Tatsaviturvarenyam Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayat.
We contemplate the glory of Light illuminating the three worlds: gross, subtle, and causal. I am that vivifying power, love, radiant illumination, and divine grace of universal initelligence. We pray for the divine light to illumine our minds.
Man is the master of his own destiny. If one can change his thinking process, he or she can control the circumstances.
nepali? this is sanskrit...
|Date:||April 24th, 2004 04:11 am (UTC)|| |
yes, all our religious scriptures are in Sanskrit. It's our ancient language.
Welcome to EverestBuddha!!!
Well first let me say that my knowledge of this subject is probably pretty small compared to yours, but I have just read a book on Nichiren Buddhism and I was wondering if you were familiar with Nam-Myoho-Renge-Kyo? The technique you were mentioned at the end of your entry stronly reminded me of this.