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ศาสนา ปรัชญาและ ความเชื่อ » ศาสนา » คติความเชื่อทางฮินดู
Religion, Philosophy, and Spiritualism » Religion » Hinduism

โอม o:hmM[Hinduism] Om; Aum [a mantric word thought to be a complete expression of Brahman and interpreted as having three sounds representing Brahma (พระพรหม ) or creation, Vishnu (พระนารายณ์) or preservation, and Siva (พระศิวะ) or destruction, or as consisting of the same three sounds, representing waking, dreams, and deep sleep, along with the following silence, which is fulfillment]
ตรีมูรติdtreeM muuM raH dtiL[Hinduism] Trimurti—the Three Forms—the great triad of Hindu gods comprising พระพรหม  (the god Brahma), พระวิษณุ (the god Vishnu) and พระศิวะ (the god Siva)
ตรีพรหมdtreeM phrohmMthe Triple Forms or ตรีมูรติ (Trimurti)
พระศิวะphraH siL waH[Hinduism] Siva or Shiva, “the Destroyer,” the third member of the ตรีมูรติ (Trimurti), along with พระพรหม  (Brahma the Creator) and พระวิษณุ (Vishnu the Preserver)
พระพรหม phraH phrohmM[Hinduism] Lord Brahma—(in later Hinduism) “the Creator,” the first member of the ตรีมูรติ (Trimurti), with พระวิษณุ (Vishnu the Preserver) and พระศิวะ (Siva the Destroyer)
พระวิษณุphraH witH saL nooH[Hinduism] (in later Hinduism) "the Preserver," the second member of the ตรีมูรติ (Trimurti), along with พระพรหม  (Brahma the Creator) and พระศิวะ (Shiva the Destroyer)
พระวิษณุphraH witH saL nooH[Hinduism] (in popular Hinduism) a deity believed to have descended from heaven to earth in several incarnations, or avatars, varying in number from nine to twenty-two, but always including animals. His most important human incarnation is the Krishna of the Bhagavad-Gita
พระนารายณ์phraH naaM raaiM[Hinduism] Narayana (Vishnu), another name for รามา  (Rama), the hero of the Ramayana epic
รามา raaM maaMRama, the hero and main character of the Ramayana epic, believed to be the avatar of พระนารายณ์
รามายณะraaM maaM yaH naHRamayana [name of the Indian literature on which the Thai counterpart รามเกียรติ์ is based]
กาลีgaaM leeM[Hinduism] Kali or ทุรคา (Durga), the wife of พระศิวะ (Shiva) and the malevolent form of the Mother Goddess; Parvati; the sometimes malignant goddess of war; an aspect of เทวี  (Devi)
เจ้าแม่กาลีjaoF maaeF gaaM leeMMother Goddess Kali, sometimes used figuratively and sarcastically for a nasty mean woman or gay man
ทุรคาthoonM khaaMDurga or กาลี—the sometimes malignant goddess of war: an aspect of เทวี  (Devi)
สมร saL maawnR[Sanskrit for] cupid
กามเทพgaamM maH thaehpF[formal term] cupid
ธรรมศาสตร์thamM maH saatLjurisprudence; law; treatise on law; science of law; science of morals and ethics
พระมนูphraH maH nuuMManu [the progenitor and lawgiver of the human race called the Law of Manu]
สิริมงคล siL riL mohngM khohnMluck; prosperity
นาค  naakFNaga (snake, serpent demon); a mythological creature/serpent statue that can be found in almost all the temples (wat) in Thailand
มนุmaH nooHManu; Hindu progenitor of mankind
สนานsaL naanRcleansing, ablution; Hindu bathing ceremony
กฤษณะgritL saL naHKrishna, an avatar of Vishnu
อินทร์ inMIndra, a Hindu deity
พระอินทร์phraH inMIndra, a Hindu deity
ปรมาตมันbpaL raH maatF dtaL manMBrahmin
พญามารphaH yaaM maanMthe god of evil
มัจจุราชmatH jooL raatFDeath (personified)
ท้าวมหาพรหมthaaoH maH haaR phrohmMBrahma
มนูธรรมศาสตร์maH nuutF raawnM maH saatLManu Smriti; Manusmriti

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