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TATTOO DESIGN: “Badai” in Devanagari Script, Hindi, Sanskrit Tattoo Design in free form calligraphy style with spiral. Designed by Stewart J. Thomas. www.palmstone.com

TATTOO DESIGN: “Badai” in Devanagari Script, Hindi, Sanskrit Tattoo Design in free form calligraphy style with spiral. Designed by Stewart J. Thomas. www.palmstone.comRead More

Alisha — अलिशा — in Devanagari script. Get your name in Sanskrit, Hindi, Gujarati and other South Asian languages. www.palmstone.com

Alisha — अलिशा — in Devanagari script. Get your name in Sanskrit, Hindi, Gujarati and other South Asian languages. www.palmstone.comRead More

Atmabandhu “Soulmate” Sanskrit in Devanagari calligraphy, paper mounted on board with gold wash, by Stewart J. Thomas. This piece was just accepted to the juried exhibition “Calligraphies in Conversation” curated by the Ziya Art Center and will be exhibited this fall at the San Francisco Public Library in California.

Atmabandhu “Soulmate” Sanskrit in Devanagari calligraphy, paper mounted on board with gold wash, by Stewart J. Thomas. This piece was just accepted to the juried exhibition “Calligraphies in Conversation” curated by the Ziya Art Center and will be exhibited this fall at the San Francisco Public Library in California.Read More

उपेक्षा upeksaa; Sanskrit for “Equanimity” the state of maintaining mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation. Calligraphy by Stewart J. Thomas.

उपेक्षा upeksaa; Sanskrit for “Equanimity” the state of maintaining mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temper, especially in a difficult situation. Calligraphy by Stewart J. Thomas.Read More

Satyagraha सत्याग्रह or “truth force” or “holding fast to the truth” is the name Mahatma Gandhi gave to his strategy of non-violence. While I am no expert on how to carry out social change, it has been my life experience that it is exceedingly difficult to break the spiral of violence. Gandhi emphasized that non-violence is not a safe strategy; indeed, its practitioners can be in great danger. Nor is it a guaranteed strategy: enormous creativity, solidarity, perseverance and discipline are required. But it may be the only hope for ending the cycle of violence begetting more violence.

Satyagraha सत्याग्रह or “truth force” or “holding fast to the truth” is the name Mahatma Gandhi gave to his strategy of non-violence. While I am no expert on how to carry out social change, it has been my life experience that it is exceedingly difficult to break the spiral of violence. Gandhi emphasized that non-violence is not a safe strategy; indeed, its practitioners can be in great danger. Nor is it a guaranteed strategy: enormous creativity, solidarity, perseverance and discipline are required. But it may be the only hope for ending the cycle of violence begetting more violence.Read More

The Devanagari/Sanskrit letter “a” in brush ink style

The Devanagari/Sanskrit letter “a” in brush ink styleRead More

The Devanagari/Sanskrit letter “ha” in brush ink style

The Devanagari/Sanskrit letter “ha” in brush ink styleRead More

The Devanagari/Sanskrit letter “sa” in brush ink style

The Devanagari/Sanskrit letter “sa” in brush ink styleRead More