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Help with Sanskrit -



liltrouble222 - Sun, 07 Dec 2003 01:05:52 +0530
Hi I have been searching everywhere to get the sanskrit writing for:

m tr tttr tr swh

I have it written in tibetan (i believe).

http://www.fpmt-osel.org/meditate/21taras.htm

If you can be of any help please let me know. I would be forever in
debted.

Thanks,
Lei Vishnu
liltrouble@lunarmagazine.com
Elpis - Sun, 07 Dec 2003 02:27:13 +0530
QUOTE(liltrouble222 @ Dec 6 2003, 02:35 PM)
Hi I have been searching everywhere to get the sanskrit writing for:

m tr tttr tr swh

I have it written in tibetan (i believe).

http://www.fpmt-osel.org/meditate/21taras.htm

If you can be of any help please let me know. I would be forever in
debted.

Thanks,
Lei Vishnu
liltrouble@lunarmagazine.com

The script of the mantra on the website you list is indeed Tibetan. Transliterated, it reads:

oM tAre tuttAre ture svAhA

I will write it up in the Devanagari script for you and send it to your email address as a file attachment.

Sincerely,
Elpis
Madhava - Sun, 07 Dec 2003 02:44:33 +0530
QUOTE(Elpis @ Dec 6 2003, 08:57 PM)
The script of the mantra on the website you list is indeed Tibetan. Transliterated, it reads:

Now don't tell me you know Tibetan, too. huh.gif
Elpis - Sun, 07 Dec 2003 07:46:26 +0530
QUOTE(Madhava @ Dec 6 2003, 04:14 PM)
QUOTE(Elpis @ Dec 6 2003, 08:57 PM)
The script of the mantra on the website you list is indeed Tibetan. Transliterated, it reads:

Now don't tell me you know Tibetan, too. huh.gif

I do not understand Tibetan, but I can read the script. I am involved in a project to catalogue and preserve South Asian manuscripts in American collections, and I have spent quite some time going through manuscript collections and compiling catalogue entries. For this work, even if all the texts are in Sanskrit, you need to be able to read a variety of scripts.

Sincerely,
Elpis