I need help with the translating the following Sanskrit: A'O JADU KE MAUSAM. GARMIYO KEDIN. US KI BI MARI
This is a song from The Secret Garden, its in Sanskrit, and I dont know what it means, or what its meant to be. What is it about? Can anyone help?
- rheaLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
It is in Hindi..its from Opening Lyrics
A'o jadu ke mausam,
A'o garmiyo ke din.
A'o mantra tantra yantra,
Us ki bimari hata'o.
It means that hey the season of magic
The summer days
Prayers and rituals
May relieve her from sickness
mausam = season ,
garmion = summer din = days - summer days is garmion ke din , mantra is prayers,
tantra is rituals and yantra is equipments or any device used
us = her/his
Bimari is disease/sickness
hatao= to remove/relieve
- Anonymous1 decade ago
It's not sanskrit but Hindi. It's 'shayari' (poetic) so the meaning can be determined only by knowing the context, I know the meaning of words but can't translate as I don't know the context.
- auntofturkeyLv 64 years ago
It's roughly translated in the musical itself: "Come spirit, come charm, come days that are warm. Come magical spell. Come help him get well."