I'm looking to get a tattoo and have anicca written in Pali in several places. Can you help me with how to write this in Pali script?
Thanks in advance!
Therefore, the best tattoo in Buddhism is reciting the Sutta in pāli, it is the beginning of all meditations.
Anicca is anicca (अनिच्च; อนิจฺจ) without number&gender-definition.
It is aniccā (अनिच्चा; อนิจฺจา), aniccāni (अनिच्चानि; อนิจฺจานิ) as plural.
It is aniccā (अनिच्चा; อนิจฺจา), aniccaṃ (अनिच्चं; อนิจฺจํ), anicco (अनिच्चो; อนิจฺโจ) as singular.
It is mostly used as an adjective, and its noun often is plural.
"Sabbe saṅkhārā aniccā (सब्बे सङ्खारा अनिच्चा; สพฺเพ สงฺขารา อนิจฺจา)" is common widely used.
You might try searching for "anicca pali images" in Google. This will get you exactly what you asked for. However, consider the following experience.
When I went to India I travelled to Varanasi (yes, the one in the suttas). I asked for a henna tattoo of "gate, gate, parasamgate, bodhisvaha". And they looked at me and said. What on earth is that?
So I told them it was the Heart Sutta. And they looked at me and said what on earth is that?
So I told them it was a Buddhist Sutta. And they said, "oh. The Buddha.".
They asked me if Sanskrit was fine, and it was. I got my tattoo and it was very very fine.
Later that year I related this wonderful experience to my monk friend. He laughed and said, "The Buddha didn't write the Heart Sutta."
So now I just study the EBT's and don't worry about tattoos.
To study the suttas, I use SuttaCentral Voice, which is a companion website to SuttaCentral. SuttaCentral Voice is designed for the visually impaired (I have AMD and cannot read printed material). The search box is used just like Google's, but only searches the EBT Pali Canon as hosted on SuttaCentral. In this way, we can search for any phrase such as "root of suffering" and browse to our hearts content. Our hearts are all slightly different, so what you type will depend on you.
Perhaps start witn anicca.