The O (#1) in OUM and the O (#14) in namO are similiar glyphs
Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya  is a Hindu mantra. ‘Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya’ is a mantra of Krishna,
or Vishnu. This twelve syllable mantra[2] is known as a Mukti (liberation) mantra and a spiritual formula for attaining
freedom. This can be chanted like Gayatri Mantra.This is the principal mantra of the Vedic scripture "Srimad
Bhagavatam".This mantra can also be found in Vishnu Purana.
 
 Om
Refers to the Supreme Infinite Spirit or Person. Om represents the Shabda Brahman. Namo
(namo)   Namo
Salutation, worship, a common spoken valediction or salutation originating from the Indian subcontinent. Bhagavate
 Bhagavate
1. God in Sanskrit, someone who is considered God (or equally powerful, merciful)
2. Bhagavate is one who is becoming divine.[8] Vasudevaya
  Vasudevaya
Name of Krishna, Krishna is also known as Vaasudeva (Krishna), because he was the son of Vasudeva. In the
Bhagavad-Gita, Arjuna called Krishna by the name Vaasudeva multiple times.
n    a    m       o  bha ga
o  u  m
#8 below Guna the thread that
connects two words of a sentence
Oum to Namo.
guNa m. ( %{grah} Un2.) a single thread or strand of a cord or twine (e.g. %{tri-g-} q.v.) , string or thread , rope TS.
vii Mr2icch. Kum. Ragh. ; a garland W. ;
twenty-four Gun2as are enumerated , viz. 1. %{rUpa} , shape , colour ; 2. %{rasa} , savour ; 3. %{gandha} , odour ;
4. %{sparza} , tangibility ; 5. %{saMkhyA} , number ; 6. %{parimANa} , dimension ; 7. %{pRthaktva} , severalty ; 8.
%{saMyoga} , conjunction ; 9. %{vibhAga} , disjunction ; 10. %{paratva} , remoteness ; 11. %{aparatva} , proximity
; 12. %{gurutva} , weight ; 13. %{dravatva} , fluidity ; 14. %{sneha} , viscidity ; 15. %{zabda} , sound ; 16.
%{buddhi} or %{jJAna} , understanding or knowledge ; 17. %{sukha} , pleasure ; 18. %{duHkha} , pain ; 19.
%{icchA} , desire ; 20. %{dveSa} , aversion ; 21. %{prayatna} , effort ; 22. %{dharma} , merit or virtue ; 23.
%{adharma} , demerit ; 24. %{saMskAra} , the self-reproductive quality) ;

ajJAna n. non-cognizance ; ignorance , (in philosophy) spiritual ignorance (or a power which , consisting of the
three Gun2as %{sattva} , %{rajas} , and %{tamas} , and preventing the soul from realizing its identity with Brahma ,
causes self to appear a distinct personality , and matter to appear a reality) ; Prakr2iti , Ma1ya1 , Illusion ; (mfn.) ,
ignorant , unwise ; (%{At}) ind. unawares , ignorantly.

The first glyph on the left is azlesa (one of the ten Gun2as or merits of composition , consisting either in a pleasing
combination of words or of contrasted ideas
from right to left "Raksasa"







zleSa 2 m. adhering or clinging to (loc.) R. ; connection , junction , union (also applied to sexual union) MBh. ;
embracing , an embrace Ka1v. Sa1h. ; (in rhet.) `" connection "' , `" combination "' (one of the ten Gun2as or merits of
composition , consisting either in a pleasing combination of words or of contrasted ideas , or of words having a double
meaning) double meaning , equivoque , ambiguity , paranomasia , pun , hidden meaning Va1m. Ka1vya7d. Sa1h. &c. ;
saMdhi mfn. containing a conjunction or transition from one to the other &c. TBr. ; (one of a king's six courses of
action see %{guNa} ; many kinds are specified e.g. %{adRSTa-puruSa} , %{ucchinna} , %{kAJcana} , %{kapAla} ,
%{saMtAna} , qq. vv.) Mn. Ya1jn5. Hit. &c. ; euphonic junction of final and initial letters in grammar (every sentence in
Sanskr2it being regarded as a euphonic chain , a break in which occurs at the end of a sentence and is denoted by a
Vira1ma or Avasa1na , `" stop "' ; this euphonic coalition causing modifications of the final and initial letters of the
separate words of a sentence and in the final letters of roots and stems when combined with terminations to form such
words) Pra1t. Katha1s. Sa1h ; a joint , articulation (of the body ; esp. applied to the five junctures of the parts of the
eye) RV. &c. &c. ; interstice , crevice , interval MBh. ; the space between heaven and earth , horizon S3Br. Gr2S3rS. ;
the interval between day and night , twilight (= %{saM-dhyA}) VS. &c. &c. ; a seam Amar. ; a fold Pan5cat. a juncture
or division of a drama (reckoned to be five , viz. %{mukha} , %{pratinukha} , %{garbha} , %{vimarza} , and
%{nirvahaNa} , qq. vv. ;; a period at the expiration of each Yuga or age (equivalent to one sixth of its duration and
intervening before the commencement of the next ; occurring also at the end of each Manv-antara and Kalpa) W.
   ka li                           dra ba
                                      bhadra


     (la) The third semivowel of the
Devanagari script, but traditionally
classified (and collated) as a consonant.
Linguistically it is considered a lateral
dental/alveolar approximant.
kAlidAsa m. (fr. %{kAlI} , the
goddess Durga1 , and %{dAsa} , a
slave , the final of %{kAlI} [hence the
N. is used to denote the number , `"
three "'] , and seems , in some
measure , to have been used as an
honorary title).
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