Category Archives: Drawings (iPad)

गं

Gam
(The Bija Mantra for Lord Ganesha.)



Lord Ganesha

ऊँ गं गणपतये नमः
(OM gaṁ gaṇapataye namaḥ)
Meaning: I bow down to Ganapati/Praise be to Ganapati

 



Seeker

“The seeker after truth should be humbler than the dust.”
– Mahatma Gandhi

This is a visual image only, not a likhita japa drawing. However,
it was created by reflecting on this
beautiful quote by Mahatma Gandhi.
So, even though the mantra isn’t written down,
I guess it is still in there. :-)

Photographs were processed and assembled on the iPad using the following apps:
Iris Photo Suite, PhotoCopier, Pic Grunger and Sketchbook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This image is copyrighted. The Creative Commons License does not
apply. Please do not publish or use, in any format, without written
permission. Thanks.



बालगणपति

Bālagaṇapati
(In Sanskrit this means “Beloved and Lovable Ganesha Child,”
which is one of the 108 names of Lord Ganesha.)

Drawn in ASKetch (iPad app) and then processed
in ArtistaHaiku, Pic Grunger and Sketchbook Pro.
Likhita Japa was done in Sketchbook.

ऊँ गं गणपतये नमः
(OM gaṁ gaṇapataye namaḥ)
Meaning: I bow down to Ganapati



गजानन

Gajānana
(In Sanskrit this means “Elephant Faced  Lord,”
which is one of the 108 names of Lord Ganesha.

उँ गजाननाय नमः
om gajānanāya namaḥ
(Obeisances to the Lord  with an elephant face.)

Drawn in ASKetch, Pic Grunger and Sketchbook.
Likhita Japa was done in Sketchbook.


 



नगभूषण

Nagabhūṣaṇa
(In Sanskrit this means “One who has serpents as ornaments,”
which is one of the 108 names of Lord Shiva.

उँ भुजंगभूषणाय नमः
om bhujanagabhūṣaṇāya namaḥ
(Obeisances to the Lord adorned with golden snakes.)

Drawn in ASKetch, Grungetastic, InfiniFX and Sketchbook.
Likhita Japa was done in Sketchbook.



रक्त

Rakta
(In Sanskrit this means “red,” or “One who has the red colored body,”
which is one of the 108 names of Lord Ganesha.)

Drawn in ASKetch (iPad app) and then altered in several
different apps: ArtistaHaiku, Grungetastic and Sketchbook Pro.
Likhita Japa was done in Sketchbook.

ऊँ गं गणपतये नमः
(OM gaṁ gaṇapataye namaḥ)
Meaning: I bow down to Ganapati/Praise be to Ganapati


 



नीलकण्ठ

Nīlakaṇṭha
(In Sanskrit this means “Blue Necked one,”
which is one of the 108 names of Lord Shiva)

Drawn in ASKetch (iPad app) and then altered in several
different apps: Sketchbook, Grungetastic, and InfiniFX.
Likhita Japa was written in Sketchbook.

ऊँ नमः शिवाय
Om namaḥ śivāya
(I bow to Lord Shiva)



विकत

Vikata
(In Sanskrit this means “Huge and Gigantic,”
which is one of the 108 names of Lord Ganesha)

Lord Ganesha was drawn in ASKetch (iPad app) and then altered
using several different apps: Skechbook, InfiniFX and Grungetastic HD.
Likhita Japa was written in Sketchbook.



Spiral

(Vedic, Sanskrit, Tamil and English OM)

Drawn in ASKetch (iPad app) and then altered using several different apps: Sketchbook, InfiniFX and Grungetastic HD.


 



धूम्रवर्ण

Dhūmravarṇa
(In Sanskrit this means “Smoke colored one,”
which is one of the 108 names of Lord Ganesha.

Drawn in ASKetch (iPad app) and then altered using several
different apps: Sketchbook, InfiniFX and Grungetastic HD.
Likhita Japa (Vedic and Sanskrit OM) was written in Sketchbook.



Lord Ganesha

ऊँ गं गणपतये नमः
(OM gaṁ gaṇapataye namaḥ)
Meaning: I bow down to Ganapati/Praise be to Ganapati

Drawn in ASKetch (iPad app) and then altered using several
different apps: Sketchbook, InfiniFX and Grungetastic HD.
Likhita Japa was written in Sketchbook.




महानन्द

mahānanda
(Great Bliss)

Vedic, Sanskrit and English OM

Drawn in ASKetch and then worked in Sketchbook Pro and
Grungetastic HD (iPad apps)



Vedic OM

Vedic, Sanskrit and English OM

Drawn in ASKetch, Sketchbook Pro and Grungetastic (iPad apps)


 



श्री गणेश (Lord Ganesha)

ऊँ गं गणपतये नमः
(OM gaṁ gaṇapataye namaḥ)
Meaning: I bow down to Ganapati/Praise be to Ganapati

Drawn in ASKetch and Sketchbook Pro — iPad apps