Sanskrit symbols and meanings

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sanskrit symbols
sanskrit symbols

Sanskrit symbols and meanings people are very curious about this topic and they want to know about these cool ancient symbols, but in reality these symbols have a really deep meaning in Sanatan Dharma, Vedic Period, hinduism culture and in through this article we have try to give you the information about this language and meaning of these symbols.

What is Sanskrit and it’s origin?

Sanskrit and it's origin

Sanskrit and it’s origin has the distinction of being the oldest language in the world. All the languages of the world are born from this language and it is considered the divine language in the Indian subcontinent. Sanskrit is not only related to writing and reading, but its relation is seen by linking it with the origin of the world, whose evidence has also been found. It is believed that Sanskrit was the language of conversation between gods and goddesses and the word from which the universe was originated – Om

No one has been able to estimate how ancient the Sanskrit language actually is, but the evidences that are being found in the continuous discoveries by the archaeological departments are pointing to the fact that this language existed before the existence of humans. There is language. The greatness of Sanskrit language has also been mentioned in this verse which is many thousands of years old –

All the great scholars and archaeologists of the country and abroad are surprised to see this mystery hidden in Sanskrit and they are not able to believe that a language can be so ancient and scientific that it seems relevant even today. But the evidence found in the research indicates that they are magical.

What is Sanskrit language?

What is Sanskrit language?
What is Sanskrit language?

Sanskrit is not a language but a civilization and culture. Many civilizations have come into existence through this language. The story of the existence of Sanskrit is the oldest and this language is relevant till today. The sacred Sanskrit language still exists in South India.

Apart from this, there are institutions in India which are following Sanskrit. Sanskrit language is also linked to the sounds present in the universe. Like Om(Aum)

Om was first found in Sanskrit books only and later that sound was heard in the universe. Sanskrit language is the mother of all languages, although scientists are debating on it, but there is no doubt about the antiquity of Sanskrit.

What are Sanskrit symbols?

What are Sanskrit symbols?

Although hundreds of Sanskrit symbols have been considered in the universe and some experts say that there are innumerable such symbols in the universe and the Milky Way which are indicated in Sanskrit. It is believed that voices are echoing in the galaxy and the universe and the origin of these voices is also Sanskrit.

Sanskrit symbols and meanings?

But when it comes to Sanskrit symbols, there are 12 such sanskrit symbols which are mentioned everywhere.

Om or Aum symbol?

Om or Aum symbol?

symbol Om or Aum is considered to be the most scientific and certified symbol in the world. Its expansion is such that even if the whole world is included, it should not decrease. Om has its own authenticity in every field – Om Word is considered to have special importance in yoga.

  • Word Om has a different secret in meditation or meditation.

Om symbol (Om) has proved its authenticity from both spiritual and scientific point of view. In Hinduism Om symbol is considered as Sanskrit Beej Mantra as its use is found in almost every other mantra. Mahatma Buddha has described it as the root of human existence and said that all the gods have originated from it. He is Truth and He is also mortal.

The word Om is associated with one of the Hindu gods – Shiva. It is believed that Shiva originated from Om and Shiva is the only one among all Gods who is considered to be the creator of Om.

  • Although Om comes before the pronunciation of any God, like – Om Namah Shivay,
  • Om Namo: Bhagwate Vasudevaya Namah, Om Lakshmidevaya Namah, Om Suryadevaya Namah, Om Brahmadevaya Namah, Om Gan Ganapataye Namah, Om Hanumate Namah etc.

The word Om is as spiritual as it is a yoga and fashion icon. Ever since the trend of tattooing on the body has started in the world, since then most of the tattoos are in trend with Om and this trend continues even today.

Non-violence (Ahinsa)

Sanskrit symbols

The meaning of non-violence is to free oneself from anger, greed, attachment and lust. That’s why the importance of this sign is also great. Ahimsa is one of the 5 Yamas of Yoga. The meaning of non-violence is the expansion of love, compassion.

This is the peak where everyone attains salvation by coming. All the saints and great souls in the world have considered non-violence as the ultimate religion and have blessed the world to follow the same.

From Mahatma Gandhi to Mahatma Buddha and from Mother Teresa to Nelson Mandela, all continued to walk on the path of non-violence and also led the world towards it.

The great culture and civilization of India rests on the concept of ‘Ahimsa Parmo Dharma‘. Patanjali Maharishi has also given a special place to non-violence in his verses –

Ahimsa Parmo Dharma

Mandala

The Mandala Monk (Monk) is such an artwork made by the monks, which they make like the form of Rangoli with different colors on very special occasions. It takes many hours to make it, yet its greatness is very deep. And mandala has been associated with the eternal truth of life. About 7 to 8 monks make this mandala artwork and when it is ready, they themselves erase it in a short time.

It means that life is mortal, no matter how beautiful you make it, the ultimate truth is death which cannot be avoided. There is also a message behind the mandala that a person can make life great by his actions and can destroy it in a moment if he wants.

Mandala

Seven chakra symbols

The circle present in the mandala actually indicates the circle of life and points to the truth of life.

Seven chakra symbols

These seven chakras have been mentioned about 3000 years ago. Information about these seven chakras has been given in the four main Vedas. These are the same seven chakras which are known as the seven energetic chakras of the human being. It is also called Kundalini in the language of yoga. Each chakra is related to some or the other part of the body which demands its awakening.

  1. Muladhara Chakra
  2. Swadhishthan Chakra
  3. Manipura Chakra
  4. Anahata Chakra
  5. Vishuddha Chakra
  6. Agya chakra
  7. Sahasrara Chakra

Muladhara Chakra

Muladhara Chakra
Muladhara Chakra
  • This chakra is in the lowest part of the spine in the body.
  • Muladhara chakra is considered to be the original place of Kundalini and it is also called ‘Bhaum Mandal’.
  • This chakra is like square and sun character of sunrise.
  • Muladhara chakra controls the physical form, fragrance and health of the whole world.
  • Spiritually controls Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha.
  • Its seed letter is “लं“.
  • The desire for excessive enjoyment and spiritual desire within a person comes from this chakra.

Svadhisthana Chakra

Svadhisthana Chakra
Svadhisthana Chakra
  • This chakra is located on the spine just behind the reproductive organ.
  • Svadhisthana chakra is exactly like the half moon, this chakra is considered as the chakra of water element.
  • Many emotions of human life are controlled by this chakra, such as – disregard, lack of intelligence, insistence, disbelief, apocalypse and cruelty.
  • There are 6 petals in this chakra.
  • Due to this cycle, sex feeling and energy feeling are born within the human being.
  • The seed mantra of this chakra is “वं“.
  • It can also be considered as Tamasik Chakra.

Manipura Chakra

Manipura Chakra
Manipura Chakra
  • This chakra is just behind the navel on the spine.
  • Manipura shape of this chakra is triangle and its color is red.
  • This chakra is the biggest center of human energy, with the help of this chakra energy circulates in the whole body.
  • With this chakra controls the fire element of the human body.
  • There are 10 petals in this chakra.
  • Chakra controls the shortcomings of the body like shame and wickedness.
  • Manipura chakra has a direct contact with every effect on the mind and body.
  • The seed mantra of this chakra is “रं“.

Anahata Chakra

Anahata Chakra
Anahata Chakra
  • This chakra is present on the spinal cord in the middle of the human heart.
  • If seen from a spiritual point of view, human emotions and the ability to feel are connected to this chakra.
  • This cycle is also called ‘Solar Mandal Chakra‘. Its color is light green.
  • Shape of this chakra is like a 6 angle shape.
  • Chakra is of 12 petals.
  • All human emotions and all powers of doing spiritual practice are connected to this chakra.
  • If there is mental tension or depression, meditating on this chakra gives positive results.
  • The seed mantra of this chakra is “यं“.

Vishuddha Chakra

Vishuddha Chakra
Vishuddha Chakra
  • It’s vishuddha chakra is located just behind the throat.
  • This chakra gives spiritual experiences to man, man achieves all kinds of achievements through this chakra.
  • Color of this chakra is mixed, in which there are many colors.
  • This chakra is considered to be related to sky element and eight achievements.
  • Vishuddha chakra have 16 petals.
  • The voice or sound that comes when the Kundali Shakti of a human is awakened is of this chakra.
  • Its seed mantra is “हं“.
  • From this chakra material knowledge, well-being, great work, surrender to God, poison and nectar-like experiences are obtained.
  • Problems like thyroid and speech defects arise due to the deterioration of this chakra.
  • Seven notes of music are related to this cycle.

Agya Chakra

Agya Chakra
Agya Chakra
  • It’s Agya chakra that is between both the eyebrows.
  • There are 2 petals in this chakra, one petal is black and the other petal is white.
  • White petal seen in this chakra is the symbol of going towards God and the black petal is the symbol of the material world.
  • The two seeds of this chakra are and क्ष.
  • If this chakra is controlled, then all the chakras are controlled by it.
  • By controlling this chakra, the mind reaches a free state.

Sahasrara chakra

Sahasrara chakra
Sahasrara chakra
  • And Sahasrara chakra is in the uppermost part of the brain.
  • This chakra has 100 petals and is absolutely white in colour.
  • For Sahasrara Chakra there is no meditation and seed mantra for this chakra.
  • With this Chakra you can only meditated for the Master (Guru).
  • When the human’s Kundalini reaches this chakra, only then it comes to the state of liberation.
  • By meditating on this chakra, human liberation and salvation becomes easy.


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