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NAME - "AKSHAR" - thing that never ends CONCEPT - The "AKSHAR" poster based on the concept of the meaning of the "AKSHAR" DETAILS- The "AKSHAR… Read More
NAME - "AKSHAR" - thing that never ends CONCEPT - The "AKSHAR" poster based on the concept of the meaning of the "AKSHAR" DETAILS- The "AKSHAR" means the "WORD" in english, which is the "SANSKRIT" word, it is a historical Indo-Aryan language and the primary liturgical language of Hinduism and Buddhism. it is written in the "DEVNAGRI" script (pronounced देवनागरी Devanāgarī — compound of "Deva" (देव) the half-human/demi-divine and "nágari" (नगर) literally "to talk", or — dialect: “A dialect of Devas”), also called Nagari (Nāgarī, the name of its parent writing system). The "KSHAR" means the thing that can be end, destroyable, mortal. The "AKSHAR" means the things that never ends, immortal, infinite. This is how poster reflects the indian theme through the meaning of the "WORD" given by the indians. Read Less
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 Akshar
things that never ends

CONCEPT - The "AKSHAR" poster based on the concept of the meaning of the "AKSHAR" 

 DETAILS- The "AKSHAR" means the "WORD" in english, which is the "SANSKRIT" word, it is a historical Indo-Aryan language and the primary liturgical language of Hinduism and Buddhism. it is written in the "DEVNAGRI" script (pronounced देवनागरी Devanāgarī — compound of "Deva" (देव) the half-human/demi-divine and "nágari" (नगर) literally "to talk", or — dialect: “A dialect of Devas”), also called Nagari (Nāgarī, the name of its parent writing system). The "KSHAR" means the thing that can be end, destroyable, mortal. and The "AKSHAR" means the things that never ends, immortal, infinite.

This is how poster reflects the indian theme through the meaning of the "WORD" given  by the indians.
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