Maiden’s Salvation Theory
original: 少女綺想曲 ～ Dream Battle/二色蓮花蝶 ～ Red and White/春色小径 ～ Colorful Path
arrangement: Stack Bros.
Gensokyo, the shangri-la of those being forgotten. Will the maiden protecting the balance rescue the world or will she—?
1) The first line is made out of Buddhistic terms in Sanskrit, thus I can’t ensure it’s completely right. I looked at a Japanese dictionary explaining them (and also giving me the romaji version) and interpretated their meanings freely, since I didn’t want the line to be too long.
-“Karma”: Using one’s free will to choose which way to go (metaphorically speaking)
-“Adrstaphalam”: Invisible consequence
-“Dharma”: Law to support how the world is supposed to be
-“Drastaphalam”: Visible consequence
2) “Mandala” represent a wholeness that exceeds our bodies and minds. Buddhistic monks often spend years creating a mandala and smudging it right after to sacrifice it to the Gods.