František Janda

František Janda

František Janda
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Across from dining room/entrance without bench and add comfy chair?

Across from dining room/entrance without bench and add comfy chair?

house rules / tonje boganes

house rules / tonje boganes

Manica marchesana - Un altro/a manica tatuato/a da Michelangelo - Stile: blackwork, stile marchesano - Tattooing by Michelangelo - Milano, Italia

Manica marchesana - Un altro/a manica tatuato/a da Michelangelo - Stile: blackwork, stile marchesano - Tattooing by Michelangelo - Milano, Italia

Custom Blackwork and Graphic Tattoo Artist. San Francisco.

Custom Blackwork and Graphic Tattoo Artist. San Francisco.

Custom Blackwork and Graphic Tattoo Artist. San Francisco.

Custom Blackwork and Graphic Tattoo Artist. San Francisco.

Check out some of the #CrossFit terminology. Learn more about our box here: http://snip.ly/r8w5q

Check out some of the #CrossFit terminology. Learn more about our box here: http://snip.ly/r8w5q

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The Siddham script is a descendent of the Brahmi script and an ancestor of the Devanagari script. The name Siddham comes from Sanskrit and means "accomplished or perfected" The Siddham script is mainly used by Shingon Buddhists in Japan to write out mantra and sutras in Sanskrit. It was introduced to Japan by Kukai in 806 AD after he had studied Sanskrit and Mantrayana Buddhism in China. In Japan the Siddham script is known as 梵字 (bonji). (...)

The Siddham script is a descendent of the Brahmi script and an ancestor of the Devanagari script. The name Siddham comes from Sanskrit and means "accomplished or perfected" The Siddham script is mainly used by Shingon Buddhists in Japan to write out mantra and sutras in Sanskrit. It was introduced to Japan by Kukai in 806 AD after he had studied Sanskrit and Mantrayana Buddhism in China. In Japan the Siddham script is known as 梵字 (bonji). (...)

A mantra of Peace and happiness tattoo part 2 by Meatshop-Tattoo

A mantra of Peace and happiness tattoo part 2 by Meatshop-Tattoo

Om (ohm) Ma (mah) Ni (nee) Pad (pahd) Me (may) Hum

Om (ohm) Ma (mah) Ni (nee) Pad (pahd) Me (may) Hum