In Indian Culture Why do we do namaste? Namaste is derived from Sanskrit word "namah + te = namaste". Namah means 'bow', 'obeisance', 'reverential salutation' or 'adoration' and te means 'to you' (dative case of 'you'). It means -- I bow to you -- my greetings, salutations or prostration to you. Namaha can also be literally interpreted as 'na ma' (not mine). It has a spiritual significance of negating or reducing one's ego in the presence of another.
I Love the expression: namaste'. For me "the entire universe resides" translates to "the Holy Spirit resides", because my God is the Creator and Sustainer of the entire universe. His Holy Spirit feels me with the light, love, truth, beauty & peace. #namaste #quote
Indian Silver Wardrobe Namaste: Recreate a gentle oriental atmosphere with the Namaste white Indian cupboard. This cupboard in sculpted wood is decorated with a large rosette motif on its 2 doors. Made by craftsmen, this storage unit offers you 3 shelves and a large drawer. Whitewashed by hand, each white and silver cupboard is a unique piece.
NAMASTE Commode indienne à 3 tiroirs blanche - H 80 x L 100 x PR 45 - Structure : Manguier massif Tiroirs sculptés à la main Finition : Peinture acrylique (sans solvant) blanche et argentée, finition vieillie Boutons : Métal, finition argentée Chaque pièce est unique Manguier - Mangifera Indica(Inde)