Hi all, as the title states, I am wondering if there is there a tool that allows one to type in IAST that outputs devanāgarī*.*
All i ever asked for was a sex scene with Ellie but you gave me a body builder woman
Her boobs where so flappy and saggy like a fat guy who lost 150 pounds it was not hot
Blindess is better than seeing that shit again
I need help how can i see a woman again with out seeing the flappy saggy tittis
I once had a neet little program installed that would automatically convert e.g. -a into ā or -i into ī as I typed.
Desktop icon was a green spot with an अ in the center.
Does this ring a bell with anyone...?
I've spent hours searching the web for it, but I can't find it.
Is there a standard difference between commas and periods in the International Alphabet of Transliterated Sanskrit (IAST)?
Here is the text I'm working with at the moment: http://gretil.sub.uni-goettingen.de/gretil/1_sanskr/6_sastra/3_phil/yoga/patyogbu.htm
There are lots of examples in there.
Edit: like this - yathā deśāntaraprāpter gatimac candratārakaṃ caitravat, vindhyaś cāprāptir agatiḥ.
So basically I've never lasted long in bed. Like 3-5mins and I just had sex with my new GF last night and I can tell she wasnt pleased. She was even telling me how her ex could go for almost an hour and Its to the point of not wanting to have sex out of embarrassment which doesnt help. I've been trying edging and kegel exercises for about 3 weeks now and I've only seen minimal improvement. I guess to explain it when I'm having sex I'm just so like horny and worked up it feels normal to just have to cum instantly.
Sorry if this is a stupid question, but a (strange??) convention I've noticed when looking at Sanskrit transliterations in IAST is that it's always all lowercase, even at the beginning of sentences. Is there a reason for this? Would it be taboo to write IAST with majuscule/miniscule conventions like livings languages that use the Latin Alphabet?
In Northern Ireland there's a new Catholic priest in town at the ripe age of 25. He gives his first sermon ever, and the whole town is blown away and approaches him with lots of praise after he's finished mass. Feeling inspired, so much so that he tells the town that he will come and visit all of them for breakfast, lunch or dinner at some point in the next year. With 400 or so families in the town, this is quite the undertaking. He decides to start all the at the outskirts of his Parrish and work his way inward. As he's walking the 7 miles to the O'leary farm, he notices how perfect the soil is, and how bountiful the upcoming harvest will be for the O'leary family. He thinks to himself how blessed by God they are. He comes to the door and tells Seamus O'leary how blessed he has been by God for this farm, and with the help of God he hopes he wakes up everyday thankful for what he has. To which Seamus replies "Aye, I awake everyday thankful for what I have Fadder, but you should seen the place when just God owned it!"
Tl;dr My marriage counselor is an agnostic.
EDIT Title should be and I. I no word good.
saṁvat 1663 varṣe mārgaśīrṣa-māsi kṛṣṇa-dvitīyāyāṁ sugṛhīta-nāma-dheya-śrī-śrī-rūpa-sanātanākhya-mahā- mahima-caraṇa-kamalānucarasya śrī-śrī-vṛndāvana-sthasya jīva-nāmnaḥ saṅkalpa-patrīyam.
mayā yaḥ kaścid vyāpāraḥ kṛto ‘yam asti, sa sarvo ‘pi mayārādhyamānayoḥ śrīmat-pratimā-rūpeṇāvirbhāvitayor anayoḥ śrī-śrī-rādhā-kṛṣṇayoḥ sevā-saukāryārtham eva. sā ca sevā prathamata eva sādhu-caritāya paramārtha-mātra- parāyaṇāya śrī-vilāsa-dāsāya samarpitāsti. tasmād akhilāni tadīya-sevaupayikatayā saṅgṛhītāni. mad-anantaraṁ śrī- vilāsa-dāsasyaiva jñeyāni.
kintu madīya-deha-nāśe yady asau vairāgyād vā sāmārthyābhāvād vā svādhikāra-nivṛttim icchet, yadi ca parama-sac-caritraḥ śrī-bhāratācārya-tanūjaḥ śrīmān kṛṣṇa-dāsa-nāmā brāhmaṇaḥ sāmpratavad anayoḥ śrī-śrī- rādhā-kṛṣṇayoḥ sevāyāṁ api tadānīm api tiṣṭhet, tadā tena śrī-vilāsa-dāsena svayam asmai sevā-sevopakaraṇāni sevya- śrī-śrī-rādhā-kṛṣṇa-sahitāni sthānāni pustaka-paryantāni sarvāṇi madīyāni saṅkalpa-pūrvakaṁ dātavyāni. atra kasyāpy anyasyādhikāro nāsti. madīyaṁ sarvaṁ mayā samarpitaṁ cet kasya vānyasyādhikāraḥ syāt? yaḥ kaścid atra virodhī syāt, sa eva khalu śrī-śrī-rādhā-kṛṣṇa-sevā-drohī syāt, sarvair vaiṣṇavai rājabhiś ca daṇḍyaḥ syāt.
śrīmataḥ kṛṣṇadāsa-viprasyānyathā-bhāve tu śrī-vilāsa-dāsena svecchayā kasmaicid anyasmai yogyāya sarvaṁ samarpaṇīyam. yadi ca mayi jīvaty eva śrī-vilāsa-dāsasyānyathā-bhāvaḥ syāt, tadā vicārya samādheyaṁ mayaiva sarvam. atra tu madīya-sva-hasta-lekho ‘yam eva sākṣi-sahasram. yato yo jas tam imaṁ lekhaṁ drakṣyati, sa sa eva sākṣī syāt. yadi tad idaṁ samprati lokeṣu na spaṣṭīkṛtaṁ tat khalu sampraṇetā kaścit kaścid atra mātsaryaṁ kariṣyatīti vicāryam, kintu yadi mama maraṇe sāvadhānatā syāt, tadā tad idaṁ lokeṣu spaṣṭam eva jñāpayiṣyāmīti. tad idaṁ gauḍākṣareṇāpi likhyate. tad etad eva pramāṇam iti. atha ye kecin mad-iṣṭatamā bhavanti, te sarve ‘py atra sāhāyyaṁ kariṣyantīti prārthyate ca. kalyāṇam astu kalyāṇam astu.
The following is the final will of the Vrindavan resident by the name of Jiva — the constant follower of the lotus feet of the greatly renowned Sri Rupa and Sri Sanatan, whose names are worthy of being chanted: Whatever activities have been performed by me have all been performed for the facilitation of the service of my worshipable Lordships Sri Sri Radha Krishna, who are present in their deity forms. Firstly, I give this service to the saintly-natured soul exclusively dedicated to the service of the absolute — Sri Vilas Das. Whatever paraphernalia has been collected for Sri Sri Radha Krishna’s worship should be known as belonging to Sri Vilas Das after my departure.
However, if on the destruction of my body he [Sri Vilas Das] due to renunciation or incapability, wishes to be relieved of this service, and if the supremely saintly son of Sri Bharatacharya, the brahmin named Sriman Krishna Das, desires to be situated in the service of Sri Sri Radha Krishna at that time, then Sri Vilas Das should himself hand over all my paraphernalia of worship along with the worshipable deities and everything else including books through another will. In this there is no other person who can claim any rights. Everything that belongs to me is being offered by me so how can anyone else have a say in this matter? If anyone opposes this then certainly he is a heretic and punishable by all the vaiṣṇava kings.
If the brahmin Sri Krishna Das also is incapable of performing this service, then Sri Vilas Das should willingly surrender everything to another fully eligible person. If Sri Vilas Das wishes to retire from this service in my mortal presence, then all decisions will rest on me solely. That this is my handwriting is a fact that can be testified by thousands. Moreover, those who saw me writing this will are also witnesses to the same. If it is not clear that certain handwriting is mine, then it should be considered if someone has enviously writ- ten something fake. However, if caution is exercised after my death, then this letter will be clear enough to convey my will. I am also writing the same in Bengali alphabet. That too should be considered as evidence. And I pray to all those who are my well-wishers that they may kindly help me in this matter. Auspicious- ness to everyone! Auspiciousness to everyone!