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AndapKasarAlusAlus sorAlus miderAlus madyaAlus singgihMiderDataranAga
holy word used to begin prayers
traditional words said at the end of a prayer, with the wish that the mind be at peace
Ongkara is the name of this sacred symbol which is in Sanskit rendered as oṁ. According to Sanskrit sandhi rules it represents blending of three sounds, namely a, u, m which in their turn represent the Trimurti, or Trinity. Brahma is symbolised as A, Viṣṇu as U and Śiva as M.
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Traditional greeting, like "shalom". Literally, "Hopefully all will be unharmed."
Semoga dalam keadaan selamat.
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