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    Hi to everybody!!! my name is Johny and I´m from Spain. I´m posting this because I need some help to translate some sacred papers... This was given to me some time ago...but I dont know what is the meaning...I guess it´s written in sanscrit but really I have no idea...so, I post it here and if any body could help me just to tell me an idea about what it says...at least will be a great help cause I have it in my personal shrine and I would like to know I have something good there. It´s like a wood book with ten pages like this...it looks very old... and was a great give...

    I will thank you all for your help!!!!

    here are two pics of it:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/34cjz6f288...12.50.jpg?dl=0
    https://www.dropbox.com/s/jluce9eos5...13.36.jpg?dl=0

    Thank you all!!!

    Namaste!!

    Johny

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    Re: I need help from a native indian person TRANSLATION

    Vannakkam: Not a script I recognise, and definitely not Sanskrit. You might try this: http://www.ancientscripts.com/search.php?q=India

    Aum Namasivaya

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    Re: I need help from a native indian person TRANSLATION

    Namaste,

    This is written in Bengali but excessive cursive writing makes it difficult for me to exactly decipher the meaning. Some native Bengali person would be able to help.

    OM
    "Om Namo Bhagvate Vaasudevaye"

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    Thank you all!!!! At least now I´m oriented where to look for!!!
    Namaste!!!

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    That looks like Tibetan to me: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/tibetan.htm

    In any case, I'm from Kolkata, and I assure you that the script is not Bengali. See for yourself: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/bengali.htm

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    Re: I need help from a native indian person TRANSLATION

    Namaste,

    Quote Originally Posted by nac View Post
    In any case, I'm from Kolkata, and I assure you that the script is not Bengali.
    That is what I thought. The picture is that of Buddha and the script is most likely Tibetan. So, native Indian people are of little use in this matter.

    Pranam.

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    Namaste nac,

    Quote Originally Posted by nac View Post
    That looks like Tibetan to me: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/tibetan.htm

    In any case, I'm from Kolkata, and I assure you that the script is not Bengali. See for yourself: http://www.omniglot.com/writing/bengali.htm
    Oh, you are right. That is why I had lot of trouble in reading it. However, a number of characters look strkingly similar !

    OM
    "Om Namo Bhagvate Vaasudevaye"

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    Re: I need help from a native indian person TRANSLATION

    Thank you all again!! I was watching the list of languages above and was very similar to the Tibetan to me...I will try to find some person from there that help me with the translation... but any how I´m interested on indian culture, languages, religion...thanks again for your help!

    Shanti!

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