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This file shows a Sanskrit phrase written in modern Indian scripts. The phrase - from Kalidasa, means "May Śiva bless those who take delight in the language of the gods."

This file is a modification of the previous version uploaded by User:Adnat and licensed under the GFDL. I have modified it to add the Grantha script.

śivo rakṣatu gīrvāṇabhāṣārasāsvādatatparān

શિવો રક્ષતુ ગીર્વાણભાષારસાસ્વાદતત્પરાન્


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