Lakshmi Narayan temple in Delhi

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Comments (9)

levent yurdakoş on March 8, 2008

gamalı haçın ne işi var orada

Bob Witlox on March 9, 2008

Sorry I don't speak Turkish.

ismet usta on March 14, 2008

gamalı hacın ne işi var bende merak ettim

vikramadityarao on July 15, 2008

hope this has not been mistaken for the nazi swastika. that one is a mirror image of the ancient vedic hindu symbol which is btw again called the swastik.

TheSero on October 17, 2009

gamalı haç budizimde bir simgedir aslında.

Debajyoti on October 26, 2009

This is not what you think it is! Although it follows the same Aryan roots. That sadist idiot gave it an altogether different meaning, it is a holy symbol for us Hindus

ソキ on October 27, 2009

Hi Vikramaditya Rao.

I'd just like to clarify to you that the Swastika is pronounced "Svastik" but its still written with an 'a' in the end

It is because Sanskrit and even 'pure' Hindi are alpha-syllabary . That is why Yog is written as 'Yoga', Gautam Buddh is written as Gautama Buddha.

So the 'a' at the end of Hindi/Sanskrit words is not supposed to be spoken loudly.

Bob Witlox on October 27, 2009

..and the nazi swastika is not the mirror image of this one, but facing the same way.

The swastika is used in many cultures btw. In ancient Europe it was also a sacred symbol for the Germanic, Nordic, Celtic and Baltic peoples.

Debajyoti on October 27, 2009

O.K. So much for all that GYAAN! Let's all get back to whatever it is that we were doing!!

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  • Uploaded on July 2, 2007
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    by Bob Witlox
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    • Taken on 2006/08/02 12:47:52
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