How do you say 'sparrow' in Sanskrit?
chaTakA [चटका]= sparrow
we say ashwam shakti in sanskrit
truck in sanskrit
"Sparrow" in Hebrew is tsippor (ציפור).
Warrior in Sanskrit is ...'Yoddha'.
Green in sanskrit is HARIT
50 will be called 'PanchAdash' in Sanskrit.
Namascar, shanti, namaste- sanskrit
VAYU is what you call air in sanskrit.
The Sanskrit word for work is Karma.
The word for "Sparrow" in Latin is Passer. (Pronounced Pawsair).
Brabche (Връбче) singular noun
To answer this honestly i would have to say Jack Sparrow but to answer this as a fan i would have to say Gandalf.
How to say "please buy 5 kilograms of rice from the shop" in Sanskrit
Before 18th or beginning India was called as "golden sparrow" because of it wealth, spices, precious metals and wisdom ( science, mathematics, geometry, astronomy and astrology). Then the name of India was Bharat (sanskrit) and Indus (Greek).
In Kannada we would say Samskrutha.
English: "little sparrow" is German: "kleiner Spatz".
Before the 18th century or the beginning of it India was called the "golden sparrow" because of it wealth, spices, precious metals, and wisdom (science, mathematics, geometry, astronomy and astrology). Then the name of India was Bharat (Sanskrit) and Indus (Greek).
We called "rakta" to blood in sanskrit.
Please sugesst me the sanskrit word for solar energy
The Sanskrit word for family is ku-Tum-ba = कुटुंब
trinavatiH = 93
nice to meet you
kakshamha -by Namrata
it is called लेखनी.
mayurah or neelkantah
un moineau, un passereau
Shubhamasu_:)">Shubhamasu :) shivAstu te panthAnaH would be the Sanskrit way of saying all the best!
India say some. But, Sanskrit is the most ancient language -of the world. That is how the contemporary historians too conclude.
You are it: tat twam asi तत्त्वमसि
tantra-jnaana = तंत्रज्ञान
tvam naam kim?
vimśati vimshati विंशति
Tvam Sundaraa Asi
assignment: विभाजन vibhaajana
Grandfather in sanskrit is "pitAmahaH" (devanAgarI पितामहः) And great grandfather is called "pra-pitAmahaH (devanAgarI प्रपितामहः)
how will i know you fool iam asking you
Heera in Hindi, Vajr in Sanskrit
It took me a While to fine it but I think it is Namaste...if only I could say it:(
swan = haMsaH, marAlaH |
Shubhaha nav varshaha.