Aboriginal Musicians Women's T-Shirt Women's T-Shirt - White Design

Size Guide
Womens T-Shirt Chart
Size
T-Shirt Color
BLACK
ROYAL BLUE
MAROON
FOREST GREEN
CHARCOAL GREY
KELLY GREEN
RED
LIGHT PINK
YELLOW
HEATHER GREY

The custom designs of all YogaGeek women's t-shirts are printed in the U.S. on semi-fitted, heavy-cotton, high-quality tees. More info about our t-shirts:
  • 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
  • Semi-fitted contoured silhouette with side seam
  • Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
  • Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
  • Seamless double-needle 1/2" collar
  • Cap sleeves
  • *Heather Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester

We always have every t-shirt, sweatshirt and hoodie in stock and ready to ship from the YogaGeek warehouse . Many orders will ship the day we receive it, or the next day, and are delivered on average within 2-3 business days. All of our single-color designs are available in both black or white (some designs are available in other colors). Nearly every one of YogaGeek's designs are available on all the garments we sell: Men's T-Shirts, Women's T-shirts, Kids T-shirts, Hoodies and Crewneck Sweatshirts.

We also offer custom t-shirts and sweatshirts with your own deisgn or can customize any of our designs.

Geek Zone
A CLOSER LOOK AT NAMASTE

The Sanskrit word namaste (नमस्ते) is derived from two words: nama (नमस्) which means "to bow" and te (ते), the second person dative pronoun in its enclitic form ("you"). (Remember, you're in the Geek Zone!) The literal translation of namaste is "I bow to you."

So why don't we say nama-te? Because in Sanskrit grammar there are these things called the sandhi rules which tell us how certain words should change when they pronounced in relation to certain other words (sandhi means "joining"). These rules are what gives Sanskrit its characteristic smooth, flowing, natural quality. When the vowel "a" (as in nama is followed by the consonant "t," it becomes "as".

But why does it do that? To find out, try a little experiment: say nama-te (pronounced nama-tay) and notice how it sounds, and more importantly, notice how your mouth, tongue and lips move. Notice the slightly awkward "stopping" motion and re-positioning between the nama and the te, and how the outward flow of your breath stops in the middle of the two words. Then say namaste (nama-stay) and notice how it sounds and feels in your mouth. The sound of the word Namaste flows move smoothly when spoken and your breath doesn't stop.

Recommended Care Instructions:
Machine wash warm, inside out, with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach. Tumble dry medium. Do not iron. Do not dry clean

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