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Authentic Sanskrit Tattoos

The ARK Infrastructure Feb 9, 2020
Sanskrit, the ancient Indian language of Hindus, is a storehouse of knowledge and wisdom because most of the religious texts and books have been written in this language. Sanskrit tattoos are beautiful but complex designs, as they bring close ancient concepts and fonts that must be understood to be applied properly.
Sarveshan Shatir Bhavatu - This Sanskrit tattoo is a prayer for peace everywhere and for everyone.
Ahimsa means non-violence. This stylish Sanskrit tattoo is best for those who don't believe in any kind of ferocity.
'Ahamasi Yodah' - This Sanskrit tattoo translates to “I am a warrior”. This tattoo definitely sends a strong message. One can use this tattoo to remind themselves to be strong enough to overcome any situation.This is perfect for your forearm, so you can read it every time your in a tough spot. 
'Shanti' - This Sanskrit tattoo simply means peace. Getting inked with these tattoos inspire you to live a life of peace and harmony. You are free to use these profound words in the Sanskrit language in other colors or on different positions on your body. This is one of the best tattoos in Sanskrit writing in Devnagari Script.
Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha - This Sanskrit tattoo is beej mantra of Lord Ganesha. This is very auspicious Sanskrit mantra and known by everyone who worship Ganesha. This is very powerful mantra for empowering, balancing, positivity. Its aim is to remove obstacles, negativity and fear. This mantra is always using for new beginning.
“Aham Brahmasmi” is a very typical, popular yet unique Sanskrit tattoo. All it means is “Infinite by nature, the Supreme Self ” It tells you that you are only infinite reality.
'Karmanye Vadhikaraste, Ma phaleshu kadachana' is most popular Phrase of Geeta said by Lord Krishna. This means, you have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are not entitled to the fruits of action. Never consider yourself to be the cause of the results of your activities, and never be attached to not doing your duty.
This is very popular Sanskrit tattoo is best for those who want to give respect to your beloved father for the love, the care and the sacrifice we receive from him all our lives.
Adhishthan - This Sanskrit tattoo mean support for other people.
Moksha - This is very popular Sanskrit Tattoos which purely means freedom from all emotions that is 'a true enlightenment'. We keep going in circles of life & death. But if we manage to attain salvation, we can break free from this circle. Moksha  can be interpreted as a state of nirvana.
Santulan - This Sanskrit tattoo is the translation for “balance”. Life is about finding balance in everything you do. Be kind, but don’t let people take advantage of you. Trust, but don’t be deceived. Be content, but never stop improving.
“Swatmani snehyat aadau” meaning “Love yourself above all”. This Sanskrit Tattoo is best for those who love themselves most.
People all over the world have been using peace tattoos as one of their body inks. Om Shanti which means peace, to be specific, inner peace is a frequently seen ink amidst Sanskrit tattoo designs.
This Sanskrit tattoo involves solitude. It is a variety of austere spiritual practices in Indian religions. In Jainism, it means body mortification; in Buddhism, it denotes spiritual practices including meditation and self-discipline; and in Hinduism it means a spectrum of practices ranging from asceticism, inner cleansing to self-discipline.
Paschatap Na Bhay - This Sanskrit tattoo means to live life without regrets
Tatvamasi is a term that is used in Hindu and yoga philosophy usually translated as “I am that” or “Thou art that.” This Sanskrit Tattoo is popular among Yogis.