It is Om Namoh Durgeh in Devanagari script while considering the two dots are visarga. It is a mantra dedicated to Goddess Durga.
Below is IAST transliteration.
oṃ namoḥ durgeḥ
It means salutations to Durga.
But some people put ':' after a word to indicate a long sound. If that is the case, it is
Oṃ namo durge
The second pronunciation is right.
Apaurusheya ( means "not of a man"), meaning "superhuman".
Rig Veda VIII.6.10 says;
अहमिद धि पितुष परि मेधां रतस्य जग्रभ |
अहं सूर्य इवाजनि ||
I from my Father have received deep knowledge of the Holy Law
I was born like unto the Sun.
I think, this was the esoteric way of expression of the source of TRUTH.
When One realises the SELF, his wisdom will ...
Hari Om Tat Sat
Mirror is exemplifying the clarity of ever unique perception that is ever discerningly being able to reflect upon the essence of nature's evolutionary tract where the past, present and the future converge and re emanate from the form that we are projecting well insight/-/towards itself.
In the cascading process of how things tend to unfold, ...