Hinduism

786 Is Sanskrit Flipped Arabic Numerals


There is a view that the Number 786 is Sanskrit numerals and Arabic Flipped over.

Sanskrit Numerals flipped over 786

786 Sanskrit Numerals

786, considered sacred in Islam, believed to indicate Allah,is the  sum of ‘ Bismillah Al Rahman Al Rahim’, written in Arabic.

However Islam forbids the use of Numerology.

Raphael Patai in his Book The Jewish Mind observes on this while speaking about Tantra and Kabbalah.

 

 

‘Bismillaah al-Rahmaan al-Raheem’ is written in Arabic/ Urdu, the sum of these letters adds upto 786, therefore people use 786 as a substitute to name of Allah. – See more at: http://experiencehinduism.com/interesting-stories/786-and-om#sthash.CG6vvy5T.dpuf
‘Bismillaah al-Rahmaan al-Raheem’ is written in Arabic/ Urdu, the sum of these letters adds upto 786, therefore people use 786 as a substitute to name of Allah. – See more at: http://experiencehinduism.com/interesting-stories/786-and-om#sthash.CG6vvy5T.dpuf
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2 thoughts on “786 Is Sanskrit Flipped Arabic Numerals

  1. Afthab says:

    when did muslims start using 786?? they picked it up from India only, none of the other muslims in the other parts of the world uses this number… u can ask anyone if u have any muslim friends who isnt indian… so whatever thing it means doesnt matter…. islam forbids any numerology…. we dont believe in numerology or astrology like others do… its haraam to do that,,

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