Gayatri Mantra on rocks, Sanskrit: Devanagari, Brahmi scripts

 

 

Gayatri Rocks: Mantra, with Mahavakyas
12th c. A.D. Mumbai & Kalikata (Calcutta) styles Devanagari Sanskrit
Gold and 18k gold enamel paint.
gayatri rock
slate from original 1865  roof of A.D. White House,
Cornell University
~ Gayatri Rocks: Mantra in Brahmi Script (4th B.C.E. style) ~
Brahmi is the first written form of Sanskrit,
created by the Jain teacher
Tirthankara Rishabhanatha.
No examples of the Rig Veda in Brahmi have survived, but
Sanskrit scholar
Vinodh Rajan
re-created the Gayatri Mantra for me in Brahmi script in 2020.

Gayatri Mantra in Brahmi script
~ Gayatri Rocks: Mantra in modern Tamil Script ~
Tamil is the birth language of Sri Ramana Maharishi.
Ramana was born in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Arunachala, Ramana's eventual home, is also located in Tamil Nadu.
The rock is a slate piece from the original 1865 roof of the Andrew Dickson White House on the Cornell campus.
A.D. White was Cornell University's first president.