Satyamev Jayate Logo
Truth is called virtue in Hindi, Marathi and untruth is called sin. Satyamev Jayate Logo means – The thought, thought and action that has the intention / purpose of doing good to everyone should only be won.
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Satyamev Jayate Logo In Hindi
Satyameva Jayate Nanritam Satyen Pantha Vitto Devayana. Yenakramantrishyo Hayaptakamo Yatra Tatasya Sathya Paramam Nidhanam : Antatah Saty ki hi Jay hoti hai Na Ki Asaty ki.
Satyameva Jayate Logo In English
Satyameva Jayate Nanritam Satyen Pantha Vitto Devayana. Yenakramantrishyo Hayaptakamo Yatra Tatasya Sathya Paramam Nidhanam Ultimately, The Truth Prevails, Not The Untrue.
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It is written below, Satyameva Jayate, taken from the Mundak Upanishad. It is used in all our government functions. Satyameva Jayate is the ‘National Motto’ of India, which means “Truth always triumphs”.
Question/Answer About Satyameva Jayate Logo
1. What is the symbol of Satyamev Jayate?
Answer: Mundakopanishad’s formula ‘Satyameva Jayate’ is written in the Devanagari script under the pane, which means – ‘Truth only triumphs’.
2. Who gave the slogan Satyamev Jayate?
Answer: Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya gave the slogan of Satyamev Jayate. He is credited with popularizing India’s national motto, ‘Satyamev Jayate’ (Truth wins). He used it in the year 1918. ‘Satyamev Jayate’ is a mantra of the Upanishads written thousands of years ago. ‘Satyameva Jayate’ is basically Mundak-Upanishad’s all-knowing mantra 3.1.6. Satyameva Jayate means truth always triumphs. This is the national sentence of India, which is taken from the stupa of Sarnath. There this sentence is taken from Mundakopanishad. It is engraved in the Devanagari script under the national emblem of India. This symbol is in Sarnath near Varanasi in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh in 250 BC. I have been taken from the crest of the lion pillar built by Emperor Ashoka, but it does not contain this motto.
The complete mantra is as follows:
Satyameva Jayate Nanritam Satyen Pantha Vitto Devayana.
Yenakramantrishyo hayaptakamo yatra tat satyasya paramam nidhanam.
3. What is the name of our national emblem?
Answer: The Ashoka Stambh is taken from a pillar built at Sarnath by the great emperor Ashoka, ruler of the Maurya Empire. In this column, four lions are seated back to back with each other, and one of them is written below the lion ‘Satyamev Jayate’, which is depicted in the national emblem.
4. What is the meaning of truth alone triumphs?
Answer: It is just and only a myth that “Truth always triumphs”.
Such things are done only to motivate society in the right direction; in fact, their truth always remains in the circle of doubt. Powerful people understand this very well and use these things in different ways from time to time to make themselves safe and prosperous.
This does not mean that truth does not triumph. I just say that it is not “always”.
We should look at our history and ask ourselves whether only good and true people have always ruled the society?
In our jails, even today, millions of poor people are forced to live the life of a prisoner without being proved guilty. And influential people lead a life full of comforts even in the districts.