Say 'S' to Gandhi
The syllable ‘S’ must be revered as the most favorite one as many of Gandhi’s principles and doctrines start with that letter. Perhaps, most of the words in the Devanagari or Sanskrit language have that sound in the beginning of the word.
The Gandhian Smriti(literature) comprises the words starting with ‘S’ alphabet.
There are few English words too.
The syllable ‘S’ is special in Sanskrit and is ruled by the Lord of the Moon as per Hindu mythology signifying the mantric, yogic and peace values. You may find ‘S’ words in many of the Vedic mantras and slogas.
The “Matangi Mantra” says the syllable ‘sva’ meaning self, Athma, fire and ‘ha’ indicating the ether or space or sky(Aakash).When one chants mantras ending with “svaha”, it means “the wishes of the self taken to the skies, for the gods.”
I still admire how Gandhi, the Mahatma has owed all his deeds selflessly to the Almighty.
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