Namaste in sanskrit tattoo - Tattoowise
"Jijnasu" in a variant form of Devanagri calligraphy in which the typical horizontal crossbar is replaced with "crowns" on each letter. Custom calligraphy designs can be ordered by going to my Palmstone website
My tattoo. The Brahmavihara, four divine/sublime virtues of Buddhism, in Sanskrit (written in Devanagari script). मैत्री = metta/maitri = loving kindness towards all करुणा = karuna = compassion मुदित = mudita = altruistic joy उपेक्षा = upekkha/upeksha = equanimity I uploaded this previously but it got deleted somehow.
"Smrti" written in an artistic variant of sanskrit "devanagri" calligraphy. Custom calligraphy designs can be ordered by going to my Palmstone website
"balance" in Sanskrit on right arm above my year-old "passion" Sanskrit tattoo
Holga 120 Fisheye Lens: According to the owner, this reads something to the effect of, "Mother, Sister, Daughter, Woman," in sanskrit. If anyone knows more, please let me know.
The tattoo is the models maiden name (female one) in sanskrit Credit for pose also goes to the model..
Surprisingly enough, when I asked the waitress at Delicious where she got her interesting (and very new) tattoo, turns out my friend Kit from Deluxe tattoo is responsible! Small world...
The most widely known mandala form in Japan is the Ryokai Mandala (Two World Mandala). Sometimes also pronounced as Ryogai Mandala. It is composed of two separate mandala, which together represent the central devotional images of Esoteric Buddhism in Japan. The Taizokai (Womb World Mandala, Sanskrit = Garbhadhatu) is based on the Dainichikyo Sutra, while the Kongokai (Daimond World Mandala, Sanskrit = Vajradhatu) is based on the Kongochokyo Sutra. Printable Tattoo Designs | Tattoo4U
One of my earlier, and favourite tattoos of the buddhist mantra "om mani padme hum" and lotus flower.
My newest tattoo: Namaste Namaste is a word I learned through yoga. The most common spiritual translation is "I bow to the spirit within you" and it is said after every yoga workout as you and the instructor bow to each other. Namaste (to me) means that I bow to the divinity within you, and within myself. One of my favorite interpretations is "The Divinity within me perceives and adores the Divinity within you." This tattoo was a gift from my friend Bryant.