नीतिशतकम् (संस्कृत एवं हिन्दी अनुवाद) – The Niti Shatakam of Bhartrahari. Pages from the Language: Sanskrit Text with Hindi Translation. Size. Bhartṛhari is a Sanskrit writer to whom are normally ascribed two influential Sanskrit texts: scholarship. The name Bhartrihari is also sometimes associated with Bhartrihari traya Shataka, the legendary king of Ujjaini in the 1st century. Atha Nitishatakam – Sanskrit Shlokas + English Translation on Human Behaviour. by Bhartrihari. Book Description. Rupa CONDITION: NEW — BINDING.
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The ears of such men as these bhartrjhari adorned with hearing revelation, not with earrings ; their hands with liberality, not with bracelets ; their bodies shine through doing kind deeds to others, not with ointment of sandal- wood. In the Jataka book we have, then, a priceless record of the earliest imaginative literature of our race ; and Hale Wortham ” See other formats: The man whose desires are unlimited is poor indeed ; who that is satisfied with what he has can be either rich or poor?
Man’s life is predestined by fate, and the amount of enjoyment that he has is in proportion to his own capacity for enjoyment. This senti- ment is repeated usque ad nauseam throughout the whole of the Hitopadesa. What have we not attempted for the sake of those lives of ours which are as unstable as the drop of water on the lotus-leaf? As a dog prefers the carrion which he has before him to any sight however magnificent, so the fool keeps his eyes fixed on himself and his small acquirement, and Wondrous Whispers of Wisdom from Ancient India: Three classes of men exist: Objects of sense, however long they may be with us, must one day depart ; but there is this difference be- tween separating oneself from them and not giving them up.
The Praise of Firmness. How has it come about that we have been changed, and that we no more feel the same sympathy one for another? This sloka is identical with Niti tfatalca, sloka A sanskrig rejoices over a small filthy bone of an ox which he has found stripped of flesh, though it satisfies not his hunger ; but the lion passes by the jackal stand- ing near him and attacks the elephant.
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L, Author of “The Light of Asia. Women who are young avoid the man whose head is grey with age and the man who is enfeebled by years. The Evil Qualities of Desire. The serpent, revived by his meal, went forth, and immediately meeting with the same fate as the rat, perished. Bhartrohari rooting out of Karma or action, absorption into the Supreme Spirit, the driving out of Moha or illusion by Jnana, or the true knowledge- these ideas occurring very frequently in the Vairagya Sataka, all point to Vedantic influence.
Cease to wander wearily in the thicket of sense. The system of Kapila contains nearly all that India has produced in the department of bhartrihaei philosophy.
Niti ataka, sloka These wicked, contemptible men might give or they might not: May I not be filled with the longing after pleasure! Thus do evil-minded persons miscall the vir- tues of the good. The mighty earth, trodden by the feet of one hero, is lightened up with his exceeding great glory as though by the shining of the sun.
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Despise not wise men who have attained to know- ledge of the truth. May there be glory to wise men who are learned and accomplished poets! What profit is there in the Vedas, or in the Smriti, or in the reading of Puranas and the tedious Sastras, or in the bewildering multitude of ceremonial acts which lead to an abode in the tabernacles of heaven? Rama or Rama Chandra, son ofDasaratha; 8.
Atha Nitishatakam – Sanskrit Shlokas + English Translation on Human Behaviour
What is the most perfect happiness? Grammatical Analysis of the Vayu Language. With this sloka the section begins in which the charac- teristics of virtue are described. The unbroken tradition, moreover, that they are the authorship of one man whatever his name may be should not go for nothing. Parivartini samsdre, “while he passes from one birth to another,” or while transmigrations go on ; parivartini bhartriharu ” revolving, constantly recurring.
Continually falls lower and lower in the scale of in- tellect. This work is an interesting specimen of Hindu critical ability. It is generally used as a synonym for a wealthy place. Idleness is a great enemy to mankind: By subscribing, you will receive our email newsletters and product byartrihari, no more than twice sansmrit month.
He is clothed in a torn cloak made from rags cast into the street ; he has no pride, no self-consciousness; he is free from desire; his sole pleasure is rest and quietness.