Sanskrit tattoo

The Sanskrit tattoo, in the upper right, is a sacred mantra. It's hard to read, but it looks like there are two errors.  Beware, there are a lot of bad Sanskrit tattoo designs out there on the internet! Please consider hiring me to create your original Sanskrit tattoo design. I also double-check designs you got elsewhere. Bio at ellenstansell.com Email me at ellen@ellenstansell.com

30 Cool Sanskrit Tattoos

The Sanskrit tattoo, in the upper right, is a sacred mantra. It's hard to read, but it looks like there are two errors. Beware, there are a lot of bad Sanskrit tattoo designs out there on the internet! Please consider hiring me to create your original Sanskrit tattoo design. I also double-check designs you got elsewhere. Bio at ellenstansell.com Email me at ellen@ellenstansell.com

Ahimsa (Sanskrit, f., अहिंसा, ahiṃsā, wörtlich das Nicht-Verletzen) bedeutet Gewaltlosigkeit

Ahimsa (Sanskrit, f., अहिंसा, ahiṃsā, wörtlich das Nicht-Verletzen) bedeutet Gewaltlosigkeit Mehr

Inspirational Sanskrit sayings from The Henna Sourcebook. Use anywhere!

Inspirational Sanskrit sayings from The Henna Sourcebook. Use anywhere!

Sanskrit tattoo's - Irie-Ink-Tattoo Thai-Style | Sak-Yant | Traditional | Dotwork | Mandala | Sanskrit | Tattoo's

Sanskrit tattoo's - Irie-Ink-Tattoo Thai-Style | Sak-Yant | Traditional | Dotwork | Mandala | Sanskrit | Tattoo's

ahimsa // non-violence; compassion for all living things//I've always had compassion, but it's not w/o limits. It dies when ill-fed...or abused. It dies until I move on...

ahimsa // non-violence; compassion for all living things//I've always had compassion, but it's not w/o limits. It dies when ill-fed...or abused. It dies until I move on...

This Sanskrit tattoo is badly bungled. It is supposed to say "oṃ namaḥ śivāya" but it actually says " oṃ namaḥ śaviya" with an extra character that doesn't make any sense. Let a Ph.D. create your Sanskrit tattoo design. Bio and contact info at ellenstansell.com

This Sanskrit tattoo is badly bungled. It is supposed to say "oṃ namaḥ śivāya" but it actually says " oṃ namaḥ śaviya" with an extra character that doesn't make any sense. Let a Ph.D. create your Sanskrit tattoo design. Bio and contact info at ellenstansell.com

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