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Why Kushinagar?

The
reason we considered Kushinagar is because the State Government of
Uttar Pradesh previously had the idea to build a large Buddha statue
when they heard that the great Buddha statues of Bamiyan in Afghanistan
were destroyed. Following that, State Government several times requested
that Maitreya Buddha Project come to Uttar Pradesh. State Government
kindly offered land for the Project in Kushinagar.

Kushinagar
is a place of serenity and contemplative beauty. Located in the state
of Uttar Pradesh, it is one of the eight great places of the “Buddhist
Pilgrimage Circuit” of North India commemorating the life of the Buddha.

The Eight Buddhist Pilgrimage Sites

The eight great pilgrimage sites are illustrated on the map above (click on the map for larger view). They are:
Sankashya where the Buddha descended from Tushita Heaven

Lumbini the site of Buddha’s birth

Bodhgaya the site of Buddha’s awakenment

Sarnath where the Buddha began teaching the Buddhist spiritual path in Deer Park.
Sravasti, where Buddha spent 25 rainy seasons and performed many great miracles.

Rajgir, where the Heart Sutra was expounded at Vulture’s Peak

Nalanda, the centre of Buddhist learning

Kushinagar, where the Buddha passed away, entering Mahaparinibbana.

Close
to the time of Buddha’s passing away, he and his entourage stopped to
rest near the banks of Hiranyavati River. There, many people came to pay
their respects and ask the Buddha for answers to their spiritual
questions.

Late
in the night, the Buddha asked three times if anyone still had
questions concerning the spiritual path. When no one responded, Buddha
gave his famous final teaching: “Impermanence is inherent in all things.
Work out your own salvation with diligence.” Then, passing through the
stages of his final meditation, Shakyamuni Buddha entered
Mahaparinirvana (final great enlightenment) and passed away.

Kushinagar
TempleKushinagar’s most famous site is the Mahaparinirvana temple,
built to commemorate the place of the Buddha’s passing. It contains the
20ft/6m statue of the Reclining Buddha. The statue dates back to the 5th
century.
Kushinagar_stupaOther
temples and stupas in Kushinagar mark places Buddha visited. The
Rambhar Stupa is where Buddha’s Holy body was cremated. Excavations have
revealed the remains of at least ten different monasteries dating from
the 4th – 11th centuries and these are now set in a park.

Today,
many national and international Buddhist groups maintain their own
spiritual centre in Kushinagar. Maitreya Buddha Project will highlight
Kushinagar, the site of the Historical Buddha’s passing away, as one of
the holiest places of Buddhist pilgrimage.


About the Maitreya Buddha Project Kushinagar

Kushinagar,
located in the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India, is one of the
eight great places of Buddhist pilgrimage. Kushinagar is also the place
where Maitreya Buddha Project will build a large Maitreya Buddha Statue
and develop the Maitreya Buddha Kushinagar Project.

Please
click on the menu buttons on the left to read more about the scope and
plans for this project, or continue below for an introductory overview.

According
to Buddhist scriptures, Maitreya will be the next Buddha and will
embody and teach the path of loving-kindness. Maitreya Buddha Project is
based on the premise that loving-kindness is the cause of peace and
that “inner peace” within individuals is the direct cause of “outer
peace” among families, communities and nations.
The
Maitreya Buddha statue will be the centre piece of a landscaped park
which will contain halls for prayer and meditation and shrine rooms
filled with spiritual art.

Outreach: Healthcare

Surrounding
the Maitreya Buddha Project site, the State Government of Uttar Pradesh
has set up the Kushinagar Special Development Area Authority to support
the planned development of the area around the Project. Within the
Kushinagar Special Development Area, Maitreya Buddha Project has already
begun a mobile healthcare initiative. This will provide healthcare
services, particularly for the underprivileged in Kushinagar and
surrounding villages.

Outreach: Education

The
Maitreya Universal Educational Project offers a vision for education
that emphasizes ethical and spiritual development as well as academic
achievement.

Outreach: Economic

The
Maitreya Buddha Project will catalyze the development of the eastern
part of Uttar Pradesh and other sites within the “Buddhist Circuit” as
an area of pilgrimage and tourism. During the construction and
afterwards in the operation of the Maitreya Buddha Project complex,
there will be hundreds of direct and indirect employment opportunities.

Maitreya
Buddha Project’s vision integrates spiritual, educational, healthcare
and economic benefits with technological advancement and environmental
responsibility. The project is being designed and built to international
standards of “best practice” and aspires to become a model of socially
responsible and sustainable development.

As
the Project and its spiritual and social work are planned to thrive and
continue developing for at least 1000 years, the Maitreya Buddha
Project holds the potential to bring incalculable and sustainable
benefit.

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Uttar Pradesh to boast of world’s tallest Buddha statue

Fri, 2008-03-28 10:32 — ABN
Tuesday, 25 March , 2008, 18:25

Lucknow:
Decks are being cleared for the installation of the world’s tallest
Buddha statue in Kushinara town of eastern Uttar Pradesh.

Uttar
Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati directed officials to speed up the
acquisition and transfer of 600 acres of land required for the Rs 10
billion project to be funded and undertaken by the global Maitryi Group.
Provision of land is UP government’s share in the project.

The
project involves installation of a 152-metre-tall bronze statue of Lord
Buddha along with a giant meditation centre, an international
university, a state-of-art world-class hospital and a museum. The
project also envisages an entertainment complex in the neighbourhood
that would include an amusement park and a five-star hotel.

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Dr B.R.Ambedkar thundered “Main Bharat Baudhmay karunga.” (I will make this country Buddhist)
Now All Aboriginal Awakened Societies Thunder ” Hum Prapanch Prabuddha
Prapanchmay karunge.” (We will make the whole world Prabuddha Prapanch(Universe).
“The
Chamcha Age (An Era of Stooges)” was written by Kanshi Ram, and
published by him on 24th Sept. 1982 on the occasion of 50th anniversary
of Poona Pact. It is dedicated to Mahatma Jyotirao Phule, “whose
initiation of cultural revolt in colonial India, later taken up by
Babasaheb Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, Periyar E.V.Ramaswamy and many other
rebellious spirits brought us to this level where we are thinking,
planning and struggling to put an end to the ‘Chamcha Age’ and usher in
‘Bright Age’ for the Shudras and the Ati-Shudras.”
In
preface he says Chamcha Age started from the Poona Pact giving Joint
Electorates instead of Separate Electorates. The purpose of book is to
make (SC/ST) Soshit Samaj of the existence of Chamchas or stooges, and
to awaken masses how to differentiate between genuine and counterfeit
leadership.
A
Chamcha is an indigenous word for a stooge, or a tool, or an agent, who
is operated by others for their own benefit. Gandhiji felt necessity of
Chamchas from 1939-32 onwards. A Chamcha is created to oppose the real
fighter, the genuine leader. While Dr. Ambedkar was taking the
untouchables of India from Dark Age to Bright Age, they slipped aside
into Chamcha Age. Gandhiji preferred two Chamchas through joint
electorate against one real representative through separate electorate.
The Way Out mostly outlines the struggle that is necessary to fight chitpavan Brahmanism.
It
has not only historical importance to understand Kanshiram’s struggle,
but also can awaken us what is to be done in future. It describes Dr.
Ambedkar’s concept of Educate, Agitate, Organise. Separate Settlements,
Denunciation of Poona pact, and also his three attempts to make the
movement broad based, giving the excerpts from Baba Saheb’s famous
speech at S.C.Conference at Lucknow on 25.4.1948. Below reproduced is
the entire Part IV, which is the main Part, for future guidance. Hope it
serves some useful purpose for those who are rather nonconversant with
Kanshiram’s philosophy.
AMBEDKAR’S EFFORTS
Ambedkar could anticipate
“THINGS
WILL BE MUCH WORSE UNDER THE SYSTEM OF JOINT ELECTORATES AND RESERVED
SEATS WHICH WILL HEREAFTER BECOME OPERATIVE UNDER THE TERMS OF THE POONA
PACT. THIS IS NO MORE SPECULATION. THE LAST ELECTION (1946) HAS
CONCLUSIVELY PROVED THAT THE SCHEDULED CASTES CAN BE COMPLETELY
DISFRANCHISED IN A JOINT ELECTORATE.” [DR.B.R. AMBEDKAR.]
The
joint electorate is from the point of the Hindus to use a familiar
phrase a “rotten borough” in which the Hindus get the right to nominate
an untouchable to set nominally as a representative of the untouchable
but really as a tool of the Hindu.” [Dr.B.R.Ambedkar.]
From
the above two quotations, it is abundantly clear that Baba Saheb
Ambedkar could clearly anticipate the outcome of the Poona Pact. Being a
constitutional expert and a democrat, he could well imagine the fact of
the disfranchised people in a democracy based on adult franchise. He
could also anticipate4e the fate of the people whose representatives
were not real representatives, but mere tools in the hand of their
age-old enemies. It was the helplessness of his people at that time that
forced him to sign the Poona-Pact under the coercive effects of
Gandhiji’s fast. At that time, he must have thought of the times when
the depressed classes would be less helpless to take up the challenge
and fight for their due. At any rate, he was there with us for 24 years
to fight the evil efforts of the Chamcha age.
Educate ! Agitate !! Organise !!!
To
meet the challenge of the chamcha age, he could develop various ways
and means. The best of all such ways and means way to prepare his people
through the well-planned concept of Educate, Agitate, Organise. He
thought that his people could kept slaves for long time because of their
ignorance. He, therefore, sought to eliminate ignorance through
education. The various types of efforts made by him to educate and
enlighten his people are there for all of us to see. The outcome of all
those efforts is also so glaringly visible. The various types of
struggles launched by him to meet the challenge of chamcha age have
become a legend by now. The organizations developed by him to meet the
challenge in an organized manner are also so familiar to all of us.
Separate Settlements
Keeping
in mind the helplessness of his people that forced the Poona Pact on
them he developed another concept to remove their helplessness. It was
manifested in the idea of Separate Settlements for his people. He
thought of eliminating their minority status in the villages by way of
creating separate settlements for them, where they would be in majority.
Thus, being in majority in such separate settlements, they could have
elected their real representatives to the legislatures. Besides, these
separate settlements were designed to improve their economy. But
unfortunately when the British decided to quit India after the IInd
World War, this idea of separate settlements could not be taken up with
the new rulers.
Denunciation of the Poona-Pact
When
the idea of separate Settlement could not materialize Dr. Ambedkar
again thought of Separate Electorates to meet the challenge of the
chamacha age. For this, he not only denounced Poona Pact, but also
launched a massive agitation against it in 1946. During the year of
1946, the submitted and elaborate memorandum to the Constituent Assembly
pleading for separate electorates.
Not
only this, he kept up propaganda against the chamcha age. He availed
each and every opportunity to do that. Even today we are guided by that
propaganda, available to us, especially through the following 3 books :-
(i) Mr. Gandhi and the Emancipation of the Untouchables.
(ii) What congress & Gandhi have done to the Untouchables.
(iii) States and Minorities.
Making of Movement broad based.
After
the exit of the British in 1947, Baba Saheb Ambedkar forgot about
Separate Electorates and Separate Settlements, but on the other hand
tried to broad-base the movement. Many instances can be sighted but the
following 3 efforts will prove the point:
(1)
At the Scheduled Castes Conference at Lucknow on 25th April, 1948, Baba
saheb Ambedkar made the first serious effort in this direction. The
following quote from his Lucknow speech will prove the point.
“â€Ķ
I then turned to the question of unity between the Scheduled Castes and
the so-called Backward Classes. This I did at the request of the
leaders of the backward Classes who were present at the conference. I
said it was a pity that the two classes whose needs were common did not
join together. The reason was that the Backward Classes did not like to
associate themselves with the Scheduled Caste because they were afraid
that such an association will bring themselves down to the level of the
Scheduled Castes.
“I
said that I was not anxious to establish inter-dining and
inter-marriage between the Scheduled Castes and the Backward Classes.
They may well remain separate social entities. There is no reason why
they should not join hands to form a political party to remove their
backward condition. I pointed out how the Scheduled Castes have improved
their condition by playing their part in the politics of the country
and there is no reason why the Backward Classes should not do the same.
“I
said that I Scheduled Castes and the Backward Classed form majority of
the population of the country. There is no reason why they should not
rule this county. All that is necessary is to organize for the purpose
of capturing political power which is your own because of adult
suffrage. People do not seem to buck up courage because they are
overwhelmed by the belief that the Congress Government is there for
ever. I said this is a wrong impression. In a popular democracy no
Government is permanent and not even the Government established by the
two of the tallest Congressmen, Pandit Nehru and Sardar Patel. If you
organize you can even capture that Government.”
(2)
The second serious effort was made in 1951, when Baba Saheb Ambedkar
visited Patna on the invitation of the Backward Class leaders to form a
single party for S.C. & O.B.C. But the move was defeated by Pandit
Nehru by offering one chair to the O.B.C. leader and by using “Paper
Bullets” to attract the greedy amongst them.
(3)
The third and the last most serious effort was made by him to bring not
only the S.C. & O.B.C. under one banner but also all the oppressed
and exploited Indians whom we to-day call Dalit Soshit Samaj under the
umbrella of a single political party. But unfortunately, he left us on
Dec. 6, 1956, before translating the ideal into action.
POST-AMBEDKAR POSITION
During
the last days of Baba Saheb Ambedkar, while pushing ahead his plans and
programmes, he was very much worried about future without him. He was
not sure about the capacity, sincerity and devotion of his lieutenants
to carry the Caravan ahead, after him. We get a glimpse of such doubts
from his last message, ” â€Ķ If my lieutenants are not able to take the
Caravan ahead they should leave it there, but under no circumstances
should they allow the Caravan to go back. This is the message to my
people.”
The
inevitable happened. After the sad demise of Baba Saheb Ambedkar on 6th
Dec. 1956, his lieutenants made feeble efforts almost on all the
fronts. Their failures on all the fronts are there for all of us to see.
The
set-back to the Ambedkarite movements, reduced many of his selfish,
greedy and insincere lieutenants to the worst variety of Chamchas, They
divided themselves into two halves, Half of them took to stooging
directly by entering congress and other parties. Another half thought it
more profitable to stooge indirectly, by forming small groups out of
the organizations created by Baba Saheb Ambedkar.
This, in nut-shell, is the story of the Post-Ambedkar period.
GENUINE & CAPABLE LEADERSHIP
To-day,
whether to meet the challenge of the chamcha age or to put an end to
the chamcha age and usher in bright age for the Dalit-Shoshit Samaj, the
most pressing need is of genuine and capable leadership.
All
of us know that Baba Saheb Ambedkar while himself leading us towards
the bright age, managed to create for us the opportunities for higher
education. His strong belief was that only highly educated leaders can
meet the challenge of the chamcha age. The following extract from the
Kaka Saheb Kalelkar report will prove the point :
“Q.1 :-What according to you, constitutes backwardness as it applies to the situation India ?
Dr.Ambedkar
:- Supposing I am left in the situation to do something for the
betterment and advancement of India, I would look at the social status
of the community. Here in India people have got different status – some
are in the highest position, some are in middle, some are still less and
some are at the bottom. Our problem is not so much to distribute wealth
in order to make everybody happy; our problem is that different status
should disappear. It can disappear only by advancement of education,
when all the communities are brought to the same level in the matter of
education, not everybody but the community as such. If there are 10
barristers, 20 doctors, 30 engineers etc. in a community, I regard that
community as rich, although every one of them is not educated. Take for
instance, chamars, you look upon this community with hatred, but if
there are some lawyers, doctors, engineers and educated persons among
them, you cannot put your hand upon themâ€Ķ.
Q.5:-
What remedy would you suggest for the speedy removal of the
backwardness of so many communities in India that are suffering from
age-old social backwardness and educational apathy?
Dr.Ambedkar:-
I have suggested that if you produce big people from amongst them, the
backwardness would go. The backwardness is only a sort of inferiority
complex”.
In
a lengthy reply to question 4, his answer was that for removing
backwardness it was essential to produce highly qualified and educated
persons amongst them and then put them in key posts. They could control
any wrong being done.
At
late in his life as 1954, Baba Saheb had been having such views. But
within 2 years, our dear Doctor was to detect the worst disease, then,
instead of praise, he was to condemn these highly educated men of
status, occupying key posts. His condemnation of these highly qualified
men of status, occupying key post was open and public, during a very
well attended public meeting on 18th March, 1965 at Agra. After this
detection of the disease, during the comming 8 months left for him, he
could neither diagnose nor find remedial measures.
In
1954, Dr.Ambedkar was thinking of 10 lawyers, 20 doctor and 30
engineers, But during the coming years the number of such highly
qualified persons swelled to lakhs. Because of the opportunities created
by Dr. Ambedkar, they got key posts and acquired status. Very
unfortunately, along with this increase, the disease spread and became
an epidemic. This epidemic killed the very thought of Baba Saheb
Ambedkar which he had been entertaining and nourishing over the years,
The product of his dream and efforts, the highly educated persons of
status, occupying key posts, instead of becoming a boon, became, a curse
for their oppressed and exploited communities, in fact, for the entire
Dalit Soshit Samaj. Instead of controlling the wrongs being done to
their communities, they became the cause for many additional wrongs.
In
the absence of Baba Saheb Ambedkar, his lieutenants were helpless. They
simply ignored the epidemic. Much worse, most of them became a part and
parcel of it. Around 1973, some highly educated employees could
themselves diagnose the diseases and later named it “Alienation of the
elite.” The disease and its evil effects had been dealt with in a
separate chapter. As a cure BAMCEF was developed. The basic objective of
BAMCEF is “Pay back to the oppressed and exploited society.”
BAMCEF
has partly cured the disease, by way of securing a partial check over
the alienation of the elite, In future, it is likely to become a perfect
and permanent cure by becoming a perennial source of Genuine &
Capable leadership.
SHORT-TERM SOLUTION (SOCIAL ACTION) D-S4
After
making arrangements for the genuine & capable leadership which
could take care of even the worst disease like the alienation of the
elite, we come to the problem. To solve the problem of the chamcha age
successfully, we should split it in 3 parts as under.:
(i) To meet the challenge of the chamcha age.
(ii) To put an end to the chamcha age.
(iii) To usher in bright age.
Now
after splitting the problem systematically and suitably, we can solve
the problems one by one. To my mind by tackling the problems one by one,
we can complete the task within 10 years. The solutions for these three
parts can be termed as (i) Short- term, (ii) Long-term, and (iii)
Durable. These solution are briefly discussed in 3 separate chapters.
Social Action
The
Dalit Shoshit Samaj is lying low and reconciled to its lowly status. It
is a huge section of our society. Thus, the lowly and backward status
of this huge section of our society is keeping the country low and
backward. This huge section must be awakened, aroused and put in action.
Such action this huge section of society, after its awakening and
arousal may be termed as Social Action.
Preparation for Social Action
(i) Creating Awakening to induce arousal
To
awaken this huge section of our society many thoughtful measures are
required to be taken. Such thoughtful measures may be of 2 type :-( a)
general (b) specific, based on issues.
(a)
General measures may be on social, economic, political, religious and
cultural aspects. Why such wide ranging measures are required? It is
because the Dalit Shoshit Samaj is in the dark on all such fronts. To
enlighten them, awakening on all these front is a must. Until and
unless, they are awakened, they cannot be aroused, unless they are
aroused, they can not be involved, So to involve them such wide-range
awakening is a must.
It
is for this large scale need of awakening on all the fronts that we are
attaching so much importance to our awakening squads. Our awakening
squads in almost all the major languages of India, cater to this need of
awakening. Our awakening squads are trained to enlighten the suppressed
society on all such fronts. Keeping in mind the long standing laziness
of the Dalit-Shoshit Samaj, the method used by our awakening squads is
enlightening and awakening while entertaining.
(b)
Specific measures to create awakening are based on issues. For example,
to spread Ambedkarite thought, Ambedkar Mela on Wheels was conducted;
to throw light on the chamcha age, Poona Pact was denounced; to form
habit of using our own little resources in a big way, the 4200 kms. long
Bicycle Prachar Yatra is to be undertaken. Specific measures are
required to throw light on the atrocities committed on the S.C./ S.T.
the non implementation of the rules, regulations, plans, projects,
programmes and laws meant for S.C./S.T. cannot be secured without
resorting to specific measures for awakening, enlightening and arousing
the concerned masses. The poor response for securing the implementation
of the Mandal Commission Report is for lack of specific measures being
taken for arousing the concerned masses.
(ii) Keeping the Dalit-Shoshit Samaj in Action
The
problems of the Dalit-Shosit Samaj are many and on all the fronts. To
tackle those problems with the help of the concerned masses, they must
be awakened, aroused and put into action. By putting them in action
occasionally will not solve all those problems. They, therefore, must
always be kept in action.
(iii)
Mild to Wild Action By and large social action should be mild, but
continuous without any break. It may be in one form or another, may be
for one cause or another. To make it meaningful and effective.
occasionally it will have to be wild, but non-violent. It will all
depend upon the types of struggles.
Examples of the planned Social Action
To
understand Social Action fully and for the benefit of those activists
who will be required to make the social action effective and successful
in future, it is essential to give a few examples. The following 5
examples of the planned social action of the past, the present and the
future will be useful, both for making the general public understand
social action and preparing the activists to conduct social action
effectively and successfully.
The past
(i) Ambedkar Mela on Wheels
After
shifting our H.Q. to Delhi, we notice that in the surrounding states of
Delhi our people were ignorant about the life and mission of Baba Saheb
Amedkar. Those who were not ignorant and interested in the mission,
were feeling demoralized because of alround failure of the Ambedkarite
mission. To remove this ignorance and demoralization a social action in
the form of Ambedkar Mela on Wheels was planned. It was conducted for 2
months. from 14-4-1980 to 14-6-1980, all around Delhi covering 9 states.
After the successful conduct of this social action, ignorance and
demoralization gave way to a new awakening and enthusiasm in all the 9
states surrounding Delhi. Our present success is deeply rooted in the
successful conduct of that social action named Ambedkar Mela on Wheels.
The Present
(ii) Denunciation of the Poona Pact
The
Chamcha age is a product of the Poona-Pact. To focus attention on the
chamcha age, the Poona-pact was denounced on the occasion of its 50th
Anniversary. An elaborate programme of denunciation was planned and
conducted from 24th Sept. to 24th Oct. 1982 starting from Poona and
ending at Jullunder. As a result of this planned social action, to-day
almost entire Dalit Shoshit Samaj, all over India is a awakened and
aroused against the chamcha age. Such awakening and arousal will greatly
help us in meeting the challenge of the chamcha age.
(iii) People Parliament
It
was thought that the Dalit Shoshit Samaj was not adequately represented
in the parliament and what ever representation is there, it is in the
form of Chamchas who cannot be expected to represent them fully and
faithfully. To make up this deficiency. on 25th Dec. 1982, People’s
Parliament will be launched in Delhi. From Delhi it will move to places
all over India, debating the of Dalit Shoshit Samaj Such a social action
is expected to focus attention on the burning issues which are not
debated is the National Parliament. Besides, it will be a constant
reminder for us to make the National Parliament, a really representative
parliament.
(iv) Miracle of two feet and two wheels
In
terms of resources, Dalit-Shoshit Samaj cannot competes, with the
ruling Castes, But to get their due, it must not only compete, but also
defeat the ruling Castes successfully. For this purpose, resources will
be required. Dalit-Shoshit Samaj therefore must learn to use its small
and little resources in a big way. This way, it can match the opponents.
To conduct one such experiment the use of bicycle in a big way is
planned. As per the present plan, about 100 cyclists will start from
Delhi on 15th March, 1983 and during 40 days period, they will propagate
the thought in 7 states around Delhi, while covering a distance of 4200
km. Thus, by this type of social action, bicycle can be used in a big
way not only for propaganda, but also for electioneering and show of
strength.
The Future
(v) Efforts for equality
On
Dec. 6, 1983, D-S4, the organization for social action, will be 2 year
young, On that occasion the youthful D-S4 is planning to launch an
extensive and massive social action. This social action will be for
equality.
While addressing the Constituent Assembly on 25th Nov.1949 Baba Saheb Ambedkar spoke thus:
“On
26th January 1950, we are going to enter into a life of contradictions.
In politics we will have equality and in social and economic life we
will have inequalityâ€Ķ.How long shall we continue to live this life of
contradictions ? How long shall we continue to deny equality in our
social and economic life ? â€Ķ”
As
all of us know that all along over the last 32 years, we had been
living this life of contradictions. If anything, the gap of inequality
has further widened. It has caused almost irreparable loss to the Dalit
Shoshit Samaj. To put an end to this inequality, an extensive and a
massive social action is a must. This social action will unfold itself
after the 6th Dec.1983 when it is planned to be launched.
D-S4–An organization for Social Action
In
our mission, we believe in doing things in an organized manner. D-S4 is
our organization for social action. All future social actions will be
planned, designed and conducted by D-S4.
LONG-TERM SOLUTION (POLITICAL ACTION)
As
Social Action was found necessary to meet the challenge of the chamcha
age, Political Action is our solution for putting an end to the chamcha
age, But on the other hand, we understand that the chamcha age is the
product of present day political activity. The exit of the British on
15th August, 1947 resulted in the transfer of power to the High Caste
Hindus. But before the transfer of power, the seed for adult franchise
were already sown. The seed sprouted and by the time India became a
Republic, with a constitution of its own, it resulted in the build-up of
a huge Vote-Bank of the Dalit Shoshit Samaj.
All
this created a very peculiar situation. In a democratic set up, adopted
by us, the High Caste Hindus could not rule India without the consent
of the Dalit Shoshit Samaj. Thus, to have access to this Vote-Bank, the
ruling Castes required the help of the chamcha. All this has been
elaborated in a separate chapter. But our problem here is that we need a
Political Action to uproot the product of the present day political
activity. Such a political action, therefore, will have to be altogether
different from the present day political activity available to us.
Present political activity & outcome
To
build-up required political activity of our own, we must know and
understand the present day political activity and its outcome. After the
exit of the British, the high caste Hindus started sharing power
amongst them. The political and the bureaucratic power fell into the
hands of the Brahmins. The S.C. / S.T. got 22.5 % reservation; even
though their representatives remained chamchas in the hands of the
ruling Castes. In the bureaucratic machine, they got opening at various
levels. For the last 20 years, the are getting their full quota in the
top administrative services of the Center.
O.B.C.– The worst sufferers
But
the worst sufferers are the Other Backward Castes (O.B.C.) After the
exit of the British, they got alround setback. Their share, in both the
political and administrative power, had been almost entirely eaten by
the higher castes, especially the Brahmins. As per Mandal Commission
Report O.B.C. population is 52% of the total population of India. On the
other hand, the population of the Brahmins and Kshatriyas is about 8 to
9% of the total. But in present parliament, these 8 to 9% people are
represented by 52% of M.Ps., whereas 52% of people are represented by 8
to 9% of M.P.s. In a parliamentary democracy such representation makes
all the difference. As a result of this imbalance, the entire power
structure is grossly tilted against the O.B.C. To illustrate such a
gross tilt at all the important level 2 charts are presented in this
very chapter. The outcome of the entire present day political activity
can be well understood from these charts.
Tamil Nadu & U.P.- A study in contrast
Regarding
the position of O.B.C. to-day Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh present a
study of contrast. In Tamil Nadu the O.B.C. get its full quota in both
political and administrative spheres. It keeps increasing with the
passage of time. Whereas in U.P. the O.B.C. are worst-placed. As per the
latest election of May- June 1980, politically one Brahmin was
equivalent to 23 backward persons. As per U.P. Govt., the percentage of
gazetted officers of O.B.C. in 1946, 1955 and 1960 stood at 0.80, 0.47,
0.70 respectively. From this contrast, we can learn a lot for building
our own political activity.
Political Party of our own
To-day
in India we have 7 National level political parties, All these 7
parties are led by the High Caste Hindus. They control the affairs of
their parties on a manner to perpetuate high caste rule. Dalit-Shosht
Samaj is helpless in spite of 85% votes at their disposal. It is widely
felt that we must have our own political party. In the past some efforts
were made, but without success.
Recently
we have conducted some experiments towards building such a party. Such
experimentations known as Limited Political Action will be further
conducted till we feel sure of forming a political party of National
level on our own. Through such a political party of the Dalit Shoshit
Samaj Political Action for putting an end to the chamcha age will be
launched.
[Two
charts are given here. One is about Political and Bureaucratic grip of
Brahmins over India, and Percentage of Brahmins in parliament. The
figures being old these charts are not reproduced.]
DURABLE SOLUTION (CULTURAL CHANGE & CONTROL)
In
the last 2 chapters we have concluded that (i) to meet the challenge of
the chamcha age, we need Social Action and (ii) to put an end to the
chamcha age, we need Political Action. But to usher in Bright Age, will
be the toughest task before us, before this generation or even before
the coming generations. It will need a complete cultural change and
altogether different control. Only such change can bring about durable
solution.
The real and basic problem
In
India, our real and basic problem is social, religious and cultural.
Everything else is outcome of this basic problem. The chamcha age is
just a minor outcome of this major basic problem.
In
India, we have a religion of the Shastras, having peculiar religious
notions. The religious notions, not only dominate, but also make the
culture. The domination of these religious notions has resulted in
creating a peculiar culture which can be termed as the Culture of the
Castes, In other countries, they say religion is personal but culture is
common. Thus, they can be separate. But in India, both are one and the
same thing.
Caste-Crux of the problem
Dr. Ambedkar had written 2 major essays on the Caste, namely
(i) “Castes in India, their origin and their mechanism.”
(ii) “Annihilation of Caste.”
Leaving
aside his crusade against caste and his other writings on it, even on
the basis of these two essays, he can be considered the greatest
authority on caste. As per his thought Caste System is a Social System
which embodies the arrogance and selfishness of a perverse section of
the Hindus who were superior enough in social status to set it in
fashion and who had authority to force it on their inferiors. To enforce
such a degrading social system very harsh penal sanctions were required
which were provided by the Manu Smriti.
Caste
system made the Hindus sick men of India and their sickness affected
the health and happiness of other Indians. This became a major problem
for all the Indians. Much has been said against this evil system by
many, much more can be said, but here, we should conclude by saying that
the caste had been the problem of the Indians in the past, it still
remains a crux of the problem to-day.
In
the past caste was paraded openly and caste restrictions observed very
strictly. For long time, the high status of a caste was a paying
proposition. During the middle of the 19th century, revolt against this
evil system was initiated. It spread in the 1st half of the 20th
century, so much so that by 1950, it started becoming a double edged
sword cutting both ways, The High caste Hindus sensed the danger, so
much so they got the caste column removed from the census records. So,
today for any authentic and recorded information regarding caste, we are
required to look back to them 1931 census.
To-day
caste is very much there. But it is in the disguised form. The ruling
Castes, being in minority, do not speak much about it, but are in a
position to parctise it secretly and favorably to their own castes. Not
only that, it has become fashion with the ruling castes to speak against
it openly and practise it secretly, especially to retain the levers of
the power in their hand, Look at the performance of Nehru, he got 47%
Brahmins elected to the Lok Sabha during the height of his regime during
the 1957 Parliamentary polls. Along with the 22.5% reserved quota of
the S.C./ S.T. in Lok Sabha of the parliament, Nehruji kept ruling India
and Indians majestically. But by 1980 the caste equation changed,
especially when a Scheduled Caste candidate Babu Jagjivan Ram aspired to
be the Prime Minister of India, So in 1980 Indiraji was required to get
some 15% Kshatriyas elected to secure majority along with 36% Brahmin
M.Ps.
In
the last chapter, 2 charts have been added to show the grab of the
political and administrative power by the Brahmins, Here, we are
interested only pointing to the fact how power is grabbed and retained
by the change of caste equations. Surely you can not have caste
equations without cast considerations. And at the same time these
experts in caste equations from Nehru to Indira keep on speaking against
caste and keep on dubbing others as castists.
Social System (A product of Brahmanism)
Beneficiaries of the system 10 to 15%
Brahmins
Ksatriyas
Vaishyas
Victims of the System 85 to 90%
Intermediate Castes
(Shudras)
Other Backward Castes
(O.B.C.)
Scheduled Castes
(S.C.)
Scheduled Tribes
(S.T.)
This
sketch of the Social System stands like a structure,. In this structure
the castes are the building bricks. A mere look at the structure will
convince us, that it is an epitome of inequality.
How the system stands
In
this very chapter a sketch has been added to indicate how the caste
system or the social system stands, In this structure, castes are the
building bricks, The sketch is self explanatory, The beneficiaries of
the system have cornered all the 5 major powers and sources of the
powers, namely: (1)Political (2)Bureaucratic (3)Feudal (4)Economic and
(5)Cultural. In the sketch, the castes shown as the intermediary castes
which are not a part of the O.B.C. have also benefited and advanced even
though they happen to be the Shudra Castes, religiously speaking.
Whereas the victims of the system are loser all around and on every
front.
Revolt in Past
In
the recent past, many rebellious spirits all over India revolted
against this culture of the castes, The revolt of Mahatma Jotiba Phule,
Periyar E.V. Ramaswamy, Narayanaguru and Baba Saheb Ambedkar is
outstanding. A plethora of literature is available about their revolt
and the success they met. Here, we wish to take note of the means
adopted by them to change this culture of the castes. Satya Shodhak
Samaj by Mahatma Phule, Rationalism and Atheism by Periyar E V R and
Buddhism by Baba Saheb Ambedkar were the means applied by them for
affecting change. To-day while looking at the fate of these means, we
feel disappointed. It appears that this culture of the castes has the
strength and the strong backing to recover the lost ground. But
nevertheless the efforts of our crusaders, have resulted in the
emancipation of the mind. It will be greatly useful for further
expansion of our activity.
Task for the future
In
the light of the past experience it can be concluded that the task for
the future is tremendous, especially when we know the hidden and open
backing this culture of the castes is getting from the beneficiaries of
the system. But to change this culture of Perfect Inequality into the
one of Absolute Equality must remain our cherished goal. The present
culture is controlled by beneficiaries of the system. But the changed
culture of absolute equality must ever remain in the hands of the
victims of the present system. It is a must to avoid sabotage and
subversion. This the lesson to be learnt from the fall of the Maurya
Empire.
EDITORS
NOTE- THE CHAMCHA AGE (AN ERA OF STOOGES)” WAS WRITTEN BY KANSHI RAM,
AND PUBLISHED BY HIM ON 24TH SEPT. 1982 ON THE OCCASION OF 50TH
ANNIVERSARY OF POONA PACT. IT IS DEDICATED TO MAHATMA JYOTIRAO PHULE,
“WHOSE INITIATION OF CULTURAL REVOLT IN COLONIAL INDIA.
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The Chamcha Age - An Era of Stooges
“The
Chamcha Age (An Era of Stooges)” was written by Kanshi Ram, and
published by him on 24th Sept. 1982 on the occasion of 50th anniversary
of Poona Pact

The Wanderer’s Last Journey
Part. I—The Meeting of those Near and Dear.
Part II—Leaving Vaishali.
Part III-His End.
PART I : THE MEETING OF THOSE NEAR AND DEAR
The Centres of His Preachings.
The Places He Visited.
Last Meeting between Mother and Son and between Wife and Husband.
4.Last Meeting between Father and Son.
5.Last Meeting between the Buddha and Sariputta.
The Centres of His Preachings
It is not that after the appointment of the missionaries the Lord sat at one place. He too continued to be his own missionary.
The Lord seems to have made certain places chief centres of his missionary work.
Of such centres, the chief were Shravasti and Rajagraha.
He visited Shravasti about 75 times and Rajagraha about 24 times.
Certain other places were made minor centres.
They were Kapilavastu, which he visited 6 times, Vaishali which he visited 6 times, and Kamas-sadhamma, 4 times.
The Places He Visited
Besides these main and minor centres the Blessed Lord visited many other places during the course of his missionary tour.
He visited Ukkatha, Nadika, Sal, Assapura, Ghoshitaram, Nalanda, Appana, Etuma.
He visited Opasad, lccha-naukal, Chandal Kuppa, Kushinara.
He visited Devadaha, Pava, Ambasanda, Setavya, Anupiya and Ugunma.
The names of the places he visited show that he travelled over the Sakya Desa, the Kuru Desa and Anga Desa.
Roughly speaking, he travelled over the whole of Northern India.
These
appear to be a few places. But what distance do they cover ? Rajagraha
from Lumbini is not less than 250 miles. This just gives an idea of
distances.
These distances the Lord walked on foot. He did not even use a bullock-cart.
In
his wanderings he had no place to stay until later on when his lay
disciples built Viharas and resting places which he and his Bhikkhus
used as halts on their journeys. Most often he lived under vii the
shade of wayside trees.
He
went from place to place, sometimes from village to village, resolving
the doubts and difficulties of those who were willing to accept his
message, controverting the arguments of those who were his opponents and
preaching his gospel to those who like children came to him for
guidance.
The Blessed
Lord knew that all those who came to listen to him were not all of them
intelligent, not all of them came with an open and a free mind.
He had even warned the brethren that there were three sorts of listeners.
The
empty-head, the fool who cannot see,— though oft and oft, unto the
brethren going, he hears their talk, beginning, middle, end,—but can
never grasp it. Wisdom is not his.
Better
than he the man of scattered brains, who oft and oft, unto the brethren
going, hears all their talk, beginning, middle, end, and seated there
can grasp the very words, yet, rising, nought retains. Blank is his
mind.
Better than these
the man of wisdom wide. He, oft and oft unto the brethren going, hears
all their talk, beginning, middle, end, and seated there, can grasp the
very words, bears all in mind, steadfast, unwavering, skilled in the
Norm and what conforms thereto.
Notwithstanding this, the Lord was never tired of going from place to place preaching his gospel.
As
a bhikkhu the Lord never had more than three pieces of clothes. He
lived on one meal a day and he begged his food from door to door every
morning.
His mission was the hardest task assigned to any human being. He discharged it so cheerfully.
Last Meeting between Mother and Son and between Wife and Husband
Before their death Mahaprajapati and Yesho-dhara met the Blessed Lord,
It was probably their last meeting with him.
Mahaprajapati went and first worshipped him.
She
thanked him for having given her the happiness of the good doctrine,
for her having been spiritually born through him: for the doctrine
having grown in her through him; for her having suckled him, drinking
the Dhamma-milk of him; for her having plunged in and crossed over the
ocean of becoming through him—what a glorious thing it has been to be
known as the mother of the Buddha ! 5. And then she uttered her plea:— ”
I desire to die finally having put away this corpse. 0 sorrow-ender,
permit me.”
Yeshodhara,
addressing the Blessed Lord, said that she was in her seventy-eighth
year. The Blessed Lord replied that he was in his eighties.
She
told him that she was to die that very night. Her tone was more
self-reliant than that of Mahaprajapati. She did not ask his permission
to die nor did she go to him to seek him as her refuge.
On the contrary, she said to him (me saranam atthano), ” I am my own refuge.”
She had conquered all the cankers in her life.
She came to thank him because it was he who had shown her the way and given her the power.
Last Meeting between Father and Son
Once when the Lord was staying at Raja-graha in the bamboo grove Rahula was staying at Ambalathika.
The
Blessed One arising towards eventide from his meditation went over to
Rahula, who seeing the Lord some way off, set a seat for him and water
to wash his feet.
Seating
himself on the seat set for him, the Lord poured water over his feet
while Rahula, after salutations, took his seat to one side.
Addressing
Rahula, the Blessed Lord said “He who does not shrink from deliberate
lying has not—say I—left undone any evil thing which he could.
Therefore, you must school yourself never to tell a lie even in jest.
” In the same way you must reflect and again in doing every act, in speaking every word and in thinking every thought.
“When
you want to do anything you must reflect whether it would conduce to
your or others’ harm or to both, and so is a wrong act productive of woe
and ripening into woe. If reflection tells you that this is the nature
of that contemplated act, you should not do it.
” But if reflection assures you there is no harm but good in it, then you may do it.
“Grow in loving kindness; for as you do so malevolence will pass away.
“Grow in compassion; for as you do so vexation will pass away.
“Grow in gladness over others’ welfare; for as you do so aversions will pass away.
“Grow in poised equanimity; for as you do so all repugnance will pass away.
“Grow in contemplation of the body’s corruption; for as you do so passion will pass away.
“Grow in perception of the fleeting nature of things; for as you do so the pride of self will fall away.”
Thus spoke the Lord. Glad at heart, Rahula rejoiced in what the Lord had said.
Last Meeting between the Buddha and Sariputta
The Blessed Lord was staying in Shravasti in the Jetavana in the Gaudhakuti Vihar.
Sariputta arrived there with a company of five hundred brethren.
After
saluting the Blessed One Sariputta told him that the last day of his
life on earth had arrived. Will the Blessed Lord be pleased to permit
him to give up his mortal coils?
The Blessed Lord asked Sariputta if he had selected any place for his parinibbana.
Sariputta
told the Blessed One, ” I was born in the village Nalaka in Magadha.
The house in which I was born still stands. I have chosen my home for my
parinibbana.”
The Lord replied, ” Dear Sariputta! Do what pleases you.”
Sariputta
fell on the feet of the Blessed Lord arid said, “I have practised the
paramitas for one thousand Kalpas with only one wish, to have the honour
of falling on your feet. I have achieved that end and there is no end
to my happiness.”
‘ “We do not believe in rebirth. Therefore this is our last meeting. Let the Lord forgive me my faults. My last day has come.”
” Sariputta! There is nothing to forgive,” said the Lord.
When Sariputta rose to go, the Lord in his honour got up and stood up on the verandah of the Gauohakuti Vihar.
Then
Sariputta said to the Blessed Lord, “I was happy when I saw you first. I
am happy to see you now. I know this is the last darshan of you I am
having. I shall not have your darshan again.”
Joining together the palms of his hand he walked away without showing his back to the Blessed Lord.
Then
the Blessed Lord said to the assembled brethren—”Follow your Elder
Brother,” and the assembly for the first time left the Blessed Lord and
went after Sariputta.
Sariputta on reaching his village died in his home in the very room in which he was born.
He was cremated and his ashes were taken to the Blessed Lord.
On
receiving the ashes the Blessed Lord said to the brethren-“He was the
wisest, he had no acquisitive instinct, he was energetic and
industrious, he hated sin, ye brethren see his ashes. He was as strong
as the earth in his forgiveness, he never allowed anger to enter his
mind, he was never controlled by any desire, he had conquered all his
passions, he was full of sympathy, fellowship and love.”
About
that time Mahamogallan was then living in a solitary Vihar near
Rajagraha. He was murdered by some assassins employed by the enemies of
the Blessed Lord.
The
sad news of his end was conveyed to the Blessed One. Sariputta and
Mahamogallan were his two chief disciples. They were called
Dharma-Senapati —Defenders of the Faith. The Blessed Lord depended upon
them to continue the spread of his gospel.
The Blessed Lord was deeply affected by their death in his lifetime.
He did not like to stay in Shravasti and to relieve his mind he decided to move on.
PART II : LEAVING VAISHALI
Farewell to Vaishali.
Halt at Pava.
Arrival at Klishinara.
Farewell to Vaishali
Before he set on his last journey the Blessed Lord was staying at Rajagraha on the Vulture’s Peak.
After staying there for some time he said: ” Come Ananda, let us go to Ambalathika.”
“So be it Lord ! ” said Ananda in assent, and the Blessed One, with a large company of the brethren, proceeded to Ambalathika.
After staying at Ambalathika he moved on to Nalanda.
From Nalanda he went to Pataligama, the capital of Magadha.
From Pataligama he went to Kotigam and from Kotigam he went to Nadika.
At
each of these places he stopped for a few days and delivered a
religious discourse either to the brethren or the householders.
From Nadika he went to Vaishali.
Vaishali was the birth-place of Mahavira and consequently a stronghold of his faith.
But the Blessed Lord soon succeeded in converting the people of Vaishali to his own faith.
It is said that owing to drought, a famine ravaged the city of Vaishali to such an extent that people died in large numbers.
The people of Vaishali complained of it in a general assembly convoked by them.
The assembly after much discussion decided to invite the Blessed Lord to the city.
A Lichchavi by name Mahali, a friend of King Bimbisara and son of the chaplain of Vaishali, was sent to offer the invitation.
The
Blessed Lord accepted the invitation and started with five hundred
Bhikkhus. As soon as he entered the territory of the Vajjins there was a
thunderstorm, rain fell in torrents and famine disappeared.
This is the origin of the welcome which the people of Vaishali gave to the Blessed Lord.
Having won their hearts it was natural that the people of Vaishali should give him a warm response.
Then came vasa. The Blessed Lord went to Beluna for his vasa and asked the brethren to make their vasa in Vaishali.
After finishing his vasa the Lord came to Vaishali with a mind to leave Vaishali and move on his journey.
So
the Blessed Lord early one morning robed himself, and taking his bowl,
entered Vaishali for alms; and when he had passed through Vaishali and
eaten his meal he gazed at Vaishali with an elephant’s look and
addressed the venerable Ananda and said: “This will be the last time
Ananda that the Tathagatha will behold Vaishali.”
Thus saying he bade farewell to the people of Vaishali.
He gave to the Lichchavis, when they took leave of him at the old city on their northern frontier, his alms-bowl as a memento.
It was his last visit to Vaishali. He did not live to return to it again.
Halt at Pava
From Vaishali the Blessed Lord went to Bhandagam.
From Bhandagam he went to Hatthi-gam to Bhoga-Nagara.
And from Bhoga-Nagara he went to Pava.
At Pava the Blessed One stayed at the mango grove of one blacksmith by name Chunda.
Now Chunda heard that the Blessed One had come to Pava and was staying in his mango grove.
Chunda went to the mango grove and sat near the Blessed One, who gave him a religious discourse.
Gladdened
by it Chunda addressed the Blessed One and said: ” May the Blessed One
do me the honour of taking his meal together with the brethren, at my
house tomorrow.”
And the Blessed One signified, by silence, his consent. Seeing that the Blessed One had consented, Chunda departed thence.
Next
day Chunda made ready in his dwelling-place sweet rice and cakes and
some preparation of Sukara-Madhava. And he announced the hour to the
Blessed One, saying: ” The hour, Lord, has come, and the meal is ready.”
And
the Blessed One robed himself and taking his bowl went with the
brethren to the dwelling-place of Chunda and partook of the food
prepared by him.
Again after the meal the Blessed One gave a discourse on religion to Chunda, then rose from his seat and departed thence.
The
food offered by Chunda did not agree with the Blessed One. There fell
upon him a dire sickness, the disease of dysentery, and sharp and
shooting pain came upon him even unto death.
But the Blessed One, mindful and self-possessed, bore it without complaint.
Returning
to the mango grove and after nature was relieved, the Blessed One told
Ananda: ” Come let us go to Kushinara” and the party moved from Pava.
Arrival at Kushinara
The Blessed Lord walked for part of the way. He soon felt the need for some rest.
On
the way the Blessed One went aside from the path to the foot of a
certain tree and said to Ananda: “Fold, I pray you, Ananda, the robe;
and spread it out for me. I am weary, Ananda, and must rest awhile! “
” Even so, Lord!” said the venerable Ananda, in assent, to the Blessed One, and spread out the robe folded fourfold.
And the Blessed One seated himself on the seat prepared for him.
And
when he was seated, the Blessed One addressed the venerable Ananda, and
said: ” Fetch me. I pray you, Ananda, some water. I am thirsty, Ananda,
and would drink.”
Ananda
replied: ” This river Kakuttha is not far off, is clear and pleasant,
cool and transparent, easy to get down into and delightful. There the
Blessed One may both drink the water and cool his limbs. The water of
this stream is foul and turbid.”
The Blessed One was too weak to walk down to the river. He preferred to have the water of the nearby stream.
Ananda brought the water and the Blessed One drank it.
After
resting for a while the Blessed One with the company of the brethren
went on to the river Kakuttha; and when he had come there, he went down
into the water, and bathed, and drank. And coming out again on the other
side he went on to the mango grove.
And
when he came there he again asked his robe to be spread out, saying: ” I
am weary and would lie down.” The robe was accordingly spread out and
the Blessed One laid himself down on it.
After
resting for a while the Blessed One got up and said to Ananda: ” Let us
go on to the Sala grove of the Mallas, the Upavana of Kushinara on the
further side of the river Hiranyavatti.”
On
reaching the place in the company of Ananda, he again asked Ananda to
spread his robe between the twin Sala trees. ” I am weary and would lie
down.”
Ananda spread the robe and the Blessed One laid himself down on it.
PART III : HIS END
The Appointment of a Successor.
The Last Convert.
Last Words.
Ananda in Grief.
The Lament of the Mallas and the Joy of a Bhikkhu.
The Last Rites.
Quarrel Over Ashes.
Loyalty to the Buddha.
The Appointment of a Successor
The Exalted One was at one time sojourning among the Sakyans in the mango grove of the Sakyan family named the archers.
Now
at that time Nataputta the Nigantha had just died at Pava. And at his
death the Niganthas became disunited and divided into two parties, in
mutual strife and conflict, quarrelling and wounding each other with
wordy weapons.
Now
Chunda, the novice, having passed the rainy season at Pava, came to see
the venerable Ananda and said: “Nataputta, sir, the Nigantha had just
died at Pava. And he being dead the Niganthas have become disunited and
divided and are quarrelling and wounding one another. This is because
they are without a protector.”
Then
said the venerable Ananda, ” Friend Chunda, this is a worthy subject to
bring before the Exalted One. Let us go to him, and tell him about it.”
” Very good, sir,” replied Chunda.
So
the venerable Ananda and Chunda, the novice, sought out the Exalted One
and saluting him, told him about the Niganthas and pleaded the
necessity of appointing a successor.
The
Blessed Lord on hearing what Chunda had said, replied: ” But consider
Chunda, where a teacher hath arisen in the world, Arahat, supremely
enlightened: where a doctrine hath been well set forth, well imparted,
effectual for guidance, conducive to peace; but where his disciples have
not become proficient in good Norm, nor has it been made a thing of
saving grace to them, well proclaimed among men when their teacher
passes away.
“Now for such a teacher to die, Chunda, is a great affliction for his disciples and a great danger to his Dhamma.
”
But consider, Chunda, where a teacher has appeared in the world who is
all-enlightened; where the Norm has been well set forth, well imparted,
effectual for guidance, conducive to peace, and where the disciples have
become proficient in the good Norm, and where the full scope of the
higher life has become manifest to them when that teacher passes away.
” Now for such a teacher, Chunda, to die is not an affliction for his disciples. Why then have a successor ? “
When
Ananda raised the same question on another occasion the Blessed Lord
said: “What think you Ananda? Do you observe even a couple of almsmen at
variance about what I have taught ? “
”
No. But those who are about the Lord might after his death, stir up
quarrel in the con-fraternity respecting the regimen or of the code and
such quarrels would make for general grief. “
“Of
little concern, Ananda, are quarrels respecting rigours of regimen or
of the code ; it is possible quarrels in the confraternity about the
path which really matter,” said the Blessed Lord.
” These disputes about the path cannot be settled by a dictator. What then a successor can do unless he acts as a dictator.
” The controversies regarding the path cannot be settled by a dictator.
“The
decision of a controversy should be reached by the fraternity. The
whole conjoint body should assemble and thrash out the matter till there
is agreement and then to settle it conformably with such agreement.
” Majority agreements is the way to settle the disputes and not the appointment of a successor.”
The Last Convert
Now
at that time Subhadda the Wanderer was staying at Kusinara. And
Subhadda the Wanderer heard the rumour, ” This very day, it is said, in
the last watch of the night will be the final passing away of Gotama the
recluse.” Then this thought came to Subhadda the Wanderer.
“Thus
have I heard it said by other wanderers who are old and far gone in
years, both teachers and disciples; ‘ Rarely, rarely do Tathagatas arise
in the world, they, who are Arahats, fully Enlightened Ones, And here
tonight, in the last watch, will be the final passing away of Gotama,
the recluse. Now a doubt VII has arisen in my mind and I am assured of
Gotama, the recluse. Gotama, the recluse, can show me a teaching, so
that I may dispel this doubting state of mine.”
Then
Subhadda the Wanderer went towards the branch road to the Sala grove of
the Mallas, where the venerable Ananda was, and coming there he told
the venerable Ananda what he had thought and he exclaimed: ” 0 Master
Ananda ! If only I could get a sight of Gotama the recluse ! “
At
these words the venerable Ananda said to Subhadda the Wanderer: ”
Enough, friend Subhadda! Trouble not the Master! The Exalted One is
wearied.”
Then a second and yet a third time did Subhadda the Wanderer make the same request, and got the same reply.
Now
the Exalted One overheard this talk between the venerable Ananda and
Subhadda the Wanderer. And He called to the venerable Ananda, saying, ”
Enough, Ananda! prevent not Subhadda. Let Subhadda be permitted to see
the Tathagata. Whatsoever Subhadda shall ask of me, he will ask it all
from a desire to know, not from a desire to trouble me. And whatever I
shall say in answer, that will be quickly understood.”
So then the venerable Ananda said to Subhadda the Wanderer, ” Go you in, friend Subhadda. The Exalted One gives you leave.”
So
Subhadda the Wanderer went in to the Exalted One, and coming to Him
greeted Him pleasantly, and after the exchange of friendly compliments
he sat down at one side. So seated, Subhadda the Wanderer thus addressed
the Exalted One:
”
Master Gotama, all those recluses and Brahmins who have followings and
companies of listeners, who are teachers of companies, well known,
renowned founders of sects, esteemed as holy men by the multitude, men
like Purana Kassapa, Makkhali of the Cow-pen, Ajita of hairshirt,
Kacchayana of the Pakudha tree, Sanjaya, son of Belatthi, and Nigantha
of the Natha clan,—have all these, as they say, realised by their own
knowledge the truth of things, or have they not one and all so realised,
or have some realised and others not realised it, by their own
knowledge ? “
” Let be,
Subhadda ! Trouble not yourself about such things, as to whether one and
all or some have realised or not. I will show you the Norm, Subhadda.
Do you listen carefully. Apply your mind. I will speak.”
” Even so. Lord,” said Subhadda the Wanderer and gave heed to the Exalted One. Then the Exalted One said this:
“ln
whatsoever Norm-discipline, Subhadda, the Ariyan Eightfold Path is not
found, therein also no recluse is found. And in whatsoever
Norm-discipline, Subhadda, the Ariyan Eightfold Path is found, therein
also is found a recluse.
“Now
in this Norm-discipline (of mine), Subhadda, the Ariyan Eightfold Path
is found. Herein also is found a recluse of these four degrees. Void of
recluses are the other sects of disputants. But if, Subhadda, in this
one, brethren were to live the perfect life, the world would not be void
of arahats.
” My age was nine and twenty years when I went forth to seek the Good.
” Now fifty years and more are gone, Subhadda, since I left the world to range the Norm of Righteousness.”
And
when he had thus spoken, Subhadda the Wanderer said to the Exalted One:
“Most excellent are these words of thy mouth, most excellent.
”
Just as if a man were to set up that which is thrown down, or were to
reveal that which is hidden away, or were to point out the right road to
him who has gone astray or were to bring a lamp into darkness, so that
those who have eyes can see. 18. ” Just even so, has the truth been made
known to me by the Exalted One. And I, even I betake myself to the
Exalted One as my refuge, to the truth and to the Order.”
“Whosoever,
Subhadda, has formerly been a follower of another doctrine and
thereafter wishes to VII enter the Order remains on probation for the
space of four months.”
” If that is the rule I too will remain on probation.”
But
the Exalted One said, “I acknowledge the difference in persons.” So
saying he called the venerable Ananda and told Ananda, ” As it is,
Ananda, receive Subhadda into the Order.”
” Even so. Lord! ” said the venerable Ananda, in assent to the Exalted One.
And
Subhadda the Wanderer said to the venerable Ananda: ” Great is your
gain, friend Ananda, great is your good fortune, friend Ananda, in that
you all have been sprinkled with the sprinkling of discipleship in this
brotherhood at the hands of the Master himself.”
” The same is true of you, Subhadda,” replied Ananda.
So
Subhadda the Wanderer was received into the Order under the orders of
the Exalted One. He was the last disciple whom the Exalted One himself
converted
Last Words
Then said the Exalted One to the venerable Ananda:
”
It may be, Ananda, that you will say: ‘ Gone is the word of the Master:
we have no longer any Master now!’ But you must not so regard it,
Ananda; for the Norm and discipline taught and enjoyed by me, they shall
be your teachers when I am gone.
“Now,
Ananda, whereas the brethren have the habit of calling one another ‘
friend,’—when I am gone this habit must not be followed. By an elder
brother, Ananda, a brother who is a novice should be called by his name
or clan name or by the word ‘ friend ‘ : but by a novice, Ananda, an
elder brother should be addressed as ‘ Lord ‘ or ‘ Your reverence.’
” Again, Ananda, if the Order so desires, when I am gone, let it abolish the lesser and minor charges.
” You know, Ananda, the brother Channa. How obstinate, perverse and devoid of the sense of discipline he is.
” And to him, Ananda, let the extreme penalty be applied when I am gone.”
” What, Lord, do you mean by ‘ the extreme penalty ‘ ? “
”
The brother Channa, Ananda, whatever he may say, is not to be spoken
to, not to be admonished, not to be instructed by the brethren. He
should be left alone. It might improve him.”
Then the Exalted One addressed the brethren :
”
It may be, brothers, that in the mind of some one brother there is
doubt or perplexity, either about the Buddha, or about the Norm, or the
Order, or the Path, or the Way to the Path. If it be so, brothers, do ye
ask now. Be not hereafter remorseful at the thought, ‘ Here was our
Master face to face with us, and yet we had not the heart to question
the Exalted One, though we were in His very presence.’ “
At these words the brethren were silent.
Then
a second time and yet a third time did the Exalted One address the
brethren in the same words. And a third time the brethren were silent.
Then
said the Exalted One: “May be, brethren, it is out of respect for the
Master that ye ask not. Speak to me, then, as friend to friend,
brethren.”
Whereat those brethren were silent.
Then
exclaimed the venerable Ananda to the Exalted One: ” Strange it is,
Lord ! A marvel it is, Lord! Thus assured am I, Lord, of this Order of
Brethren. There is not any one brother that has a single doubt or
perplexity as to the Buddha, the Norm, the Order, or as to the Path, or
the Way to the Path.”
”
You speak out of assurance, Ananda. But in the Tathagata there is
knowledge of the fact. There is not in any one brother a single doubt or
perplexity as to this. Of these five hundred brethren of mine, Ananda,
even he who is the most backward is a stream-winner, one who is assured
from the Downfall, assured of reaching the Supreme Wisdom.”
Then said the Exalted One to the brethren :
”
Come now, brethren, I do remind ye, ‘ Subject to decay are all
compounded things’ Do ye abide in heedfulness.” 19. Those were the last
words of the Exalted One.
Ananda in Grief
As age advanced the Blessed Lord required a personal attendant to look after him.
He first chose Nanda. After Nanda he chose Ananda who served as his personal attendant till his death.
Ananda was his constant and dearest companion, not merely an attendant.
When
the Blessed One came to Kushinara and rested between the Sal trees, he
saw that his end was coming near, and felt that it was time he took
Ananda into confidence.
So
he called Ananda and said: ” And now this Ananda, at the third watch of
the night, in the Uppavana of Kushinara. between the twin Sal trees,
the utter passing away of the Tathagata will take place.”
And
when he had thus spoken the venerable Ananda addressed the Blessed One,
and said: “Vouchsafe, Lord, to remain during the Kalpa, 0 Blessed One!,
for the good and the happiness of the great multitudes, out of pity for
the world, for the good and the gain and the weal of gods and men.”
Three
times did Ananda make his plea. ” Enough now, Ananda, beseech not the
Tathagata ! ” was the reply. ” The time for making such request is
past.”
” I, Ananda, am
now grown old, and full of years, my journey is drawing to a close. I
have reached my sum of days. I am turning eighty years of age; and just
as a worn-out cart must give way some day, methinks, the same must
happen to the body of the Tathagata.” Hearing this, Ananda left.
Not
seeing Ananda, the Blessed One called the brethren, and said: “Where
then is Ananda?” ” The venerable Ananda is gone and is weeping,” said
the brethren.
And the
Blessed One called a certain brother and said: ” Go now brother, and
call Ananda in my name and say, ‘ Brother Ananda, the Master calls for
thee ‘ “
“Even so, Lord!” said that brother.
When Ananda came back he took his seat by the side of the Blessed One.
Then
the Blessed One said to Ananda: ” Enough, Ananda! Do not weep! Have I
not already, on former occasions, told you that it is in the very nature
of things most near and dear unto us that we must divide ourselves from
them, leave them, sever ourselves from them?
” For a long time, Ananda, you have been very near to me by acts of love, kind and good, beyond all measure.
“You
have done well, Ananda! Beearnest in effort and you too shall be free
from the great evils—from sensuality, from individuality, from delusion,
and from ignorance.”
Then addressing the brethren about Ananda the Blessed One said: ” He is a wise man, brethren, is Ananda.
“He
knows when it is the right time to come and visit the Tathagata, and
when it is the right time for brethren and sisters of the Order, for
devout men and devout women, for a king, or for a king’s ministers, for
other teachers and disciples, to visit the Tathagata.
“Brethren, there are these four special things about Ananda.
”
All are happy to visit Ananda. They are filled with joy on beholding
him; they are happy to hear him. They are ill at ease when Ananda is
silent.”
After this
Ananda again returned to the subject of the passing away of the
Tathagata. Addressing the Blessed One, he said: “Let not the Blessed One
die in this wattled and daub town in the midst of the jungle. For Lord
there are great cities, such as Champa, Rajagraha, Savathi, Saketa,
Kosambi and Benares. Let the Blessed One die in one of them. “
”
Say not so, Ananda! Say not so, Ananda. This Kushinara, Ananda, was the
capital of king Maha-Sudassana under the name of Keshavati.”
Thereafter the Blessed One gave Ananda two errands.
He
told Ananda to see that belief does not spread that the Blessed One
died as a result of the food given to Him by Chunda. He feared that
Chunda might suffer. He asked Ananda to disabuse the mind of the public
on this score.
The
second thing he told Ananda was to inform the Mallas of Kushinara that
the Blessed One had arrived there and would pass away in the last watch
of the night.
” Give no
occasion to reproach yourself. The Mallas may say : ‘ In our own village
the death of our Tathagata took place and we did not know and had no
opportunity of seeing him in his last hours.’”
Thereafter the venerable Anurudha and the venerable Ananda spent the rest of the night in religious discourse.
And in the third part of the night, as previously announced, the Blessed One breathed his last.
When
the Blessed One died, the brethren and Ananda stretched out their arms
and wept, and some even fell headlong on the ground, rolling to and fro
in anguish, saying: ” Too soon has the Blessed One died! Too soon has
the Happy One passed away from existence! Too soon has the Light gone
out of the world ! ” 29. It was at midnight on Vaishakha Paurnima that
the Blessed Lord breathed his last. The year of his death was 483 b.c.
30. As the Pali text truly says: Diva tapati addicco Ratin abhati
candima; Sannaddho khathio tapati Jhayi tapati brahamano; Atha Sabbain
ahorattain Buddho tapati tejasa.
“The
sun shines only in the day and the moon makes bright the night. The
warrior shines when he is in his armour. And the Brahmin when he is
meditating. But the Buddha shines over all by day as well as by night by
his own glory.
“He was beyond question the light of the world.”
The Lament of the Mallas and the Joy of a Bhikkhu
As desired by the Blessed One, Ananda went and informed the Mallas of the event.
And when they heard of this the Mallas, their wives, their young men and maidens were grieved and sad and afflicted at heart.
Some of them wept, dishevelling their hair, and stretched forth their arms and fell prostrate on the ground.
Then
the Mallas, with their young men and maidens and their wives, went to
the Sala grove in the Upavaana to have the last look of the Blessed One.
Then
the venerable Ananda thought: “lf I allow the Mallas of Kushinara one
by one it will take a long time for them to pay homage to the dead body
of the Blessed One.”
So
he decided to arrange them in groups, family by family. Each family then
bowed humbly at the feet of the Blessed One and parted.
Now
at the time the venerable Maha Kassapa was journeying along the high
road from Pava to Kushinara with a great company of the brethren.
Just at the time a certain naked ascetic was coming along the high road to Pava.
And
the venerable Maha Kassapa saw the naked ascetic coming in the
distance; and when he had seen him he said to the naked ascetic: ” 0
friend! Surely VII thou knowest our Master?”
“Yes, friend ! I know him.” “This day the Samana Gotama has been dead a week!”
Immediately on hearing the news the brethren were overcome with grief and started weeping.
Now at that time a brother named Sub-hadda, who had been received into the Sangh in his old age, was seated in their company.
And
this Subhadda addressed the brethren and said: “Enough brethren! Weep
not, neither lament! We are well rid of the great Samana. We used to be
annoyed by being told, * This beseems you, this beseems you not.’ But’
now we shall be able to do whatever we like: and what we do not like,
that we shall not have to do ! Isn’t it good he is dead? Why weep, why
lament ? It is a matter of joy.”
So great and harsh a disciplinarian the Blessed One was.
The Last Rites
Then the Mallas of Kushinara said to the venerable Ananda: “What should be done with the remains of the Tathagata?”
” As men treat the remains of a king of kings, so should you treat the remains of the Tathagata” replied Ananda.
“And how do they treat the remains of a king of kings?”
Ananda
told them: ” They wrap the body of a king of kings in a new cloth. When
that is done they wrap it in cotton-wool. When that is done they wrap
it in a new cloth and so on till they have wrapped the body in five
hundred successive layers of both kinds. Then they place the body in an
oil vessel of iron and cover that close up with another oil vessel of
iron.
They then build a funeral pile of all kinds. This is the way in which they treat the remains of a king of kings.”
“So be it,” said the Mallas.
Then
the Mallas of Kushinara said : ” It is VII much too late to burn the
body of the Blessed One today. Let us now perform the cremation
tomorrow.”
And the
Mallas of Kushinara gave orders to their attendants, saying: “Make
preparations for the funeral of the Tathagata and gather perfumes and
garlands and the musicians of Kushinara.”
But
in paying honour, reverence, respect, and homage to the remains of the
Tathagata with dancing, and hymns and music and with garlands and
perfumes; and in making canopies of their garments, and preparing
decoration wreath to hand thereon, they passed the second day too, and
then the third day, and the fourth and fifth and the sixth day also.
Then
on the seventh day the Mallas of Kushinara thought: “Let us carry the
body of the Blessed One and let us perform the cremation ceremony.”
And
thereupon eight chieftains among the Mallas bathed their heads, and dad
themselves in new garments with the intention of acting as pall-bearers
carrying the body of the Blessed One.
They
carried the dead body to the Shrine of the Mallas, called
Makuta-bandhana; to the east of the city and there they laid down the
body of the Blessed One and set fire to it.
After some time the mortal remains of the Blessed One were reduced to ashes.
Quarrel Over Ashes
After
the body of the Blessed One had been consumed by fire, the Mallas of
Kushinara collected the ashes and the bones of the Blessed One and
placed them in their Council Hall with a lattice work of spears and with
a rampart of bows; and guarded them against anybody stealing them or
any part of them.
For
seven days the Mallas paid honour and reverence and respect and homage
to them with dance and song and music and with garlands and perfumes.
Now the King of Magadha, Ajatasatru, heard the news that the Blessed One had died at Kushinara.
He, therefore, sent a messenger to the Mallas with a request for a portion of the relics of the Blessed One.
Similarly
messengers came from the Licchavis of Vaishali, from the Sakyas of
Kapilavastu, from the Bulis of Attakappa, from the Koliyas of Ramagama
and from the Mallas of Pava.
Among the claimants for ashes there was also a Brahmin of Vethadipa.
When
they heard these claims, the Mallas of Kushinara said: ” The Blessed
One died in our village. We will not give away any part of the remains
of the Blessed One. They belong to us.”
Seeing that the situation was tense a Brahmin by name Drona intervened and said: “Hear, reverend sirs, one single word from me.”
Said
Drona: “Forbearance was our Buddha to teach; unseemly is it that over
the division of the remains of him who was the best of beings, strife
should arise, and wounds and war !
”
Let us all, sirs, with one accord unite in friendly harmony to make
eight portions. Widespread let stupas arise in every land that the
Enlightened One from all parts be reverenced.”
The
Mallas of Kushinara agreed and said: “Do thou then, 0 Brahmin, thyself,
divide the remains equally into eight parts, with fair division.”
” Be it so, sir!” said’ Drona in assent.
And he divided the remains of the Blessed One equally into eight parts.
After making the division Drona said to them: ” Give me, sirs, this vessel. I will set up over it a stupa.”
And they agreed to give the vessel to him.
Thus the ashes of the Blessed One were shared and the quarrel was settled peacefully and amicably.
Loyalty to the Buddha
Shravasti was the occasion (of these events)â€Ķ.
Now
on that occasion a number of monks were VII busied with .making a
robe for the Exalted One, with this idea : When the robe is finished, in
three months’ time, the Exalted One will go forth on his rounds:
Now
at that time Isidatta and Purana, the chamberlains, were staying at
Sadhuka on some business or other. Then they heard the news: “They say
that a number of monks are busied with making a robe for the Exalted One
with this idea: When the robe is finished, in three months’ time, the
Exalted One will go forth upon his rounds.”
So
Isidatta and Purana, the chamberlains, sta-tioned a man on the
high-road (thus instructing him) : ” Now, good fellow, as soon as you
see that Exalted One, that Arahat, that perfectly Enlightened One coming
along, do you come and inform us.”
So
after standing there two or three days that man saw the Exalted One
coming along, while yet some distance off, and he went to inform the
chamberlains, Isidatta and Purana, saying: ” Here comes my lord, the
Exalted One, that Arahat, that perfectly Enlightened One ! Now’s the
time for you to do what you want!”
So
Isidatta and Purana, the chamberlains, went towards the Exalted One,
and on coming to him, saluted him, and followed behind the Exalted One
step for step.
Then the
Exalted One turned aside from the high road and went to the foot of a
certain tree and there sat down on a seat made ready. And Isidatta and
Purana, the chamberlains, saluting the Exalted One, also sat down at one
side. As they thus sat, they said this to the Exalted One:
“Lord,
when we heard of the Exalted One that he would go forth on his rounds
among the Ko-salans, at that time we were disappointed and depressed at
the thought : the Exalted One will be far from us.
9.”
And when. Lord, we learned that the Exalted One was starting out from
Shravasti on his rounds among the Kosalans, again we were disappointed
and depressed at the thought: The Exalted One will be far from us.
”
Again, lord, when we learned that the Exalted One would leave the
Kosalans and go on his rounds among the Mallas . . . that he was
actually doing so . . . we were disappointed and depressed.
“On
hearing that the Exalted One would leave the Mallas and go on his
rounds among the Vajji . . . that he was actually doing so . . . that he
would leave the Vajji for Kasi . . . that he was doing so . . . that he
would leave the folk of Kasi and go on his rounds in Magadha . . . that
he was actually doing so . . . again we were disappointed and depressed
. . ..
“But, Lord, when
we heard that the Exalted One would leave the Magadhas for Kasi and was
doing so, then we were delighted and elated at the thought: The Exalted
One will be quite near us.
“And when we heard that he was actually going his rounds in Kasi among the Magadhas, we were likewise delighted and elated.
(They
continue to trace the Master’s steps from Kasi to the Vajji . . . from
the Vajji to the Mallas . . . from the Mallas to the Kosalans in like
terms.)
” But, Lord,
when we heard that the Exalted One would be going on his rounds from the
Kosalans to Savatthi, we were delighted and elated at the thought: Now
the Exalted One will be quite near us !
”
Then, when we heard: ‘The Exalted One is staying at Shravasti, at Jeta
grove, in Anathapindika’s . Park.’ Then, Lord, boundless was our delight
and boundless our elation at the thought : The Exalted One is near us !
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How many languages are there in the world?


  • 7,117 languages are spoken today.



  • That number is
    constantly in flux, because we’re learning more about the world’s
    languages every day. And beyond that, the languages themselves are in
    flux. They’re living and dynamic, spoken by communities whose lives are
    shaped by our rapidly changing world. This is a fragile time: Roughly 0%
    of languages are now endangered, often with less than 1,000 speakers
    remaining. Meanwhile, just 23 languages account for more than half the
    world’s population.


When
a just born baby is kept isolated without anyone communicating with the
baby, after a few days it will speak and human natural (Prakrit)
language known as Classical Magahi Magadhi/Classical Chandaso
language/Magadhi Prakrit,Classical Hela Basa (Hela Language),Classical
Pāáļ·i which are the same. Buddha spoke in Magadhi. All the 7,139
languages and dialects are off shoot of Classical Magahi Magadhi. Hence
all of them are Classical in nature (Prakrit) of Human Beings, just like
all other living speices have their own natural languages for
communication. 117 languages are translated by
https://translate.google.comin





  • 01) Classical Magahi Magadhi,
  • 02) Classical Chandaso language,
  • 03)Magadhi Prakrit,
    04)
    Classical Hela Basa (Hela Language),

  • 05) Classical Pāáļ·i,


  • 06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€,


  • 07) ClassicalCyrillic
    08) Classical Afrikaans– Klassieke Afrikaans
    09) Classical Albanian-Shqiptare klasike,
    10) Classical Amharic-አንጋፋዊ አማርኛ,
    11) Classical Arabic-اŲ„Ų„ØšØĐ Ø§Ų„ØđØąØĻŲŠØĐ Ø§Ų„ŲØĩØ­Ų‰
    12) Classical Armenian-ÕĪÕĄÕ―ÕĄÕŊÕĄÕķ Õ°ÕĄÕĩÕĨրÕĨÕķ,
    13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū


14) Classical Azerbaijani- Klassik Azərbaycan,

15) Classical Basque- Euskal klasikoa,

16) Classical Belarusian-КÐŧаŅŅ–Ņ‡Ð―аŅ ÐąÐĩÐŧаŅ€ŅƒŅÐšÐ°Ņ,

17) Classical Bengali-āĶ•ā§āĶēāĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū,

18) Classical Bosnian-Klasični bosanski,

19) Classical Bulgaria- КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩŅÐšÐļ ÐąŅŠÐŧÐģаŅ€ŅÐš,



  • 20) Classical Catalan-Català clàssic
  • 21) Classical Cebuano-Klase sa Sugbo,
  • 22) Classical Chichewa-Chikale cha Chichewa,
    23) Classical Chinese (Simplified)-åĪå…ļäļ­æ–‡ïžˆįŪ€ä―“,
    24) Classical Chinese (Traditional)-åĪå…ļäļ­æ–‡ïžˆįđéŦ”,
    25) Classical Corsican-Corsa Corsicana,
    26) Classical Croatian-Klasična hrvatska,
  • 27) Classical Czech-KlasickÃĄ čeÅĄtina

    28) Classical Danish-Klassisk dansk,Klassisk dansk,
    29) Classical Dutch- Klassiek Nederlands,
    30) Classical English,Roman,
    31) Classical Esperanto-Klasika Esperanto,
    32) Classical Estonian- klassikaline eesti keel,

  • 33) Classical Filipino klassikaline filipiinlane,

    34) Classical Finnish- Klassinen suomalainen,
    35) Classical French- Français classique,
    36) Classical Frisian- Klassike Frysk,
    37) Classical Galician-ClÃĄsico galego,
    38) Classical Georgian-კლასიკáƒĢრი áƒĨართáƒĢლი,
    39) Classical German- Klassisches Deutsch,
    40) Classical Greek-ΚÎŧÎąÏƒÏƒÎđΚΎ ΕÎŧÎŧÎ·Î―ÎđΚΎ,
    41) Classical Gujarati-āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€,
    42) Classical Haitian Creole-Klasik kreyÃēl,
    43) Classical Hausa-Hausa Hausa,
    44) Classical Hawaiian-Hawaiian Hawaiian,
    45) Classical Hebrew- ŨĒŨ‘ŨĻŨ™ŨŠ Ũ§ŨœŨŨĄŨ™ŨŠ
    46) Classical Hmong- Lus Hmoob,
    47) Classical Hungarian-Klasszikus magyar,
    48) Classical Icelandic-Klassísk íslensku,
    49) Classical Igbo,Klassískt Igbo,
    50) Classical Indonesian-Bahasa Indonesia Klasik,
    51) Classical Irish-IndinÃĐisis Clasaiceach,
    52) Classical Italian-Italiano classico,
    53) Classical Japanese-åĪå…ļįš„おã‚Īã‚ŋナã‚Ē詞,
    54) Classical Javanese-Klasik Jawa,
    55) Classical Kannada- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāē°āģ€āēŊ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄ,
    56) Classical Kazakh-КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ō› Ō›Ð°Ð·Ð°Ō›,
    57) Classical Khmer- ខ្មែរបážŧរážķណ,
    58) Classical Kinyarwanda
    59) Classical Korean-ęģ ė „ 한ęĩ­ė–ī,
    60) Classical Kurdish (Kurmanji)-KurdÃŪ (KurmancÃŪ),
    61) Classical Kyrgyz-КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ðš КŅ‹Ņ€ÐģŅ‹Ð·,
    62) Classical Lao-āš„āšĨāšēāšŠāšŠāšīāšāšĨāšēāš§,
    63) Classical Latin-LXII) Classical Latin,
    64) Classical Latvian-Klasiskā latvieÅĄu valoda,
    65) Classical Lithuanian-Klasikinė lietuviÅģ kalba,
    66) Classical Luxembourgish-Klassesch LÃŦtzebuergesch,
    67) Classical Macedonian-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩÐ― ОаКÐĩÐīÐūÐ―ŅÐšÐļ,
    68) Classical Malagasy,КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩÐ― ОаÐŧÐģаŅˆÐšÐļ,
    69) Classical Malay-Melayu Klasik,
    70) Classical Malayalam-āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāī‚,
    71) Classical Maltese-Klassiku Malti,
    72) Classical Maori-Maori Maori,
    73) Classical Marathi-āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪ“āĪ°āĨ€,
    74) Classical Mongolian-ÐĄÐūÐ―ÐģÐūÐīÐūÐģ МÐūÐ―ÐģÐūÐŧ,
    75) Classical Myanmar (Burmese)-Classical မှန္မီ (ဗမီ),
    76) Classical Nepali-āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪŪāĪūāĪ° (āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪū),
    77) Classical Norwegian-Klassisk norsk,

  • 78) Classical Odia (Oriya)
    79) Classical Pashto- ŲžŲˆŲ„ÚŦی Ųūښ؊Ųˆ
    80) Classical Persian-ÚĐŲ„اØģیÚĐ ŲØ§ØąØģی
    81) Classical Polish-Język klasyczny polski,
    82) Classical Portuguese-PortuguÊs ClÃĄssico,
    83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ,
    84) Classical Romanian-Clasic romÃĒnesc,
    85) Classical Russian-КÐŧаŅŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩŅÐšÐļÐđ Ņ€ŅƒŅŅÐšÐļÐđ,
    86) Classical Samoan-Samoan Samoa,

  • 87) Classical Sanskrit āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ
    88) Classical Scots Gaelic-Gàidhlig Albannach Clasaigeach,

  • 89) Classical Serbian-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡Ð―Ðļ ŅŅ€ÐŋŅÐšÐļ,
    90) Classical Sesotho-Seserbia ea boholo-holo,
    91) Classical Shona-Shona Shona,
    92) Classical Sindhi,
    93) Classical Sinhala-ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķ·ā·ā·€ā·Šāķš ā·ƒā·’āķ‚ā·„āķ―,
    94) Classical Slovak-KlasickÃ― slovenskÃ―,
    95) Classical Slovenian-Klasična slovenska,
    96) Classical Somali-Soomaali qowmiyadeed,
    97) Classical Spanish-EspaÃąol clÃĄsico,
    98) Classical Sundanese-Sunda Klasik,
    99) Classical Swahili,Kiswahili cha Classical,
    100) Classical Swedish-Klassisk svensk,
    101) Classical Tajik-Ņ‚ÐūŌ·ÐļКÓĢ КÐŧаŅŅÐļКÓĢ,


    102) Classical Tamil-āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊ āŪ‡āŪšāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŪāŊāŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋ,
    103) Classical Tatar
    104) Classical Telugu- ā°•āąā°ēā°ūā°ļā°ŋā°•ā°ēāą ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°—āą,
    105) Classical Thai-āļ āļēāļĐāļēāđ„āļ—āļĒāļ„āļĨāļēāļŠāļŠāļīāļ,
    106) Classical Turkish-Klasik TÞrk,
    107) Classical Turkmen
    108) Classical Ukrainian-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡Ð―ÐļÐđ ŅƒÐšŅ€Ð°Ņ—Ð―ŅŅŒÐšÐļÐđ,
    109) Classical Urdu- ÚĐŲ„اØģیÚĐی Ø§ØąØŊŲˆ
    110) Classical Uyghur,
    111) Classical Uzbek-Klassik o’z,
    112) Classical Vietnamese-Tiášŋng Viáŧ‡,
    113) Classical Welsh-Cymraeg Clasurol,
    114) Classical Xhosa-IsiXhosa zesiXhosa,
    115) Classical Yiddish- Ũ§ŨœŨŨĄŨ™ŨĐŨĒ Ũ™Ũ™ÖīŨ“Ũ™ŨĐ
    116) Classical Yoruba-Yoruba Yoruba,
    117) Classical Zulu-I-Classical Zulu

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  • 79)sid 35.20 (S IV 13)

    اØĻیŲ†Ø§Ų†Ú‰Ø§ ØģŲˆŲžØ§
    - ØŪŲˆÚšÛŒ - ŲūŲ‡ Ųūښ؊Ųˆ - Ųūښ؊Ųˆ ÚĐی


    یŲˆØŒ
    ØĻŲˆØŪØŪØģ، څŲˆÚĐ Ú†Û ØŊ (Ú…ØąÚŦŲ†ØŊ) ŲØ§ØąŲ…ŲˆŲ†ŲˆØŒ ØšÚ–ŲˆŲ†ŲˆØŒ ØĻŲˆÛŒ ØģØąŲ‡ Ų…ØŪ Ų†Ų‡ ØŊی، ØŪŲˆŲ†ØŊŲˆØąØŒ ØąŲˆØ§Ų†ŲŠ
    ŲūØŊØšŲ‡ØŒ ØąŲˆØ§Ų†ŲŠ ŲūØŊیØŊŲ‡ØŒ ŲūŲ‡ Ų†Ø§ ØąØķای؊Ų‡ ÚĐې ØŪŲˆÚš Ų†ØŊŲŠ. ØŊ یŲˆ چا څŲˆÚĐ Ú†Û ŲūŲ‡ Ų†Ø§ ØąØķای؊Ų‡
    ÚĐې ØŪŲˆÚš Ų†Ų‡ ŲˆŲŠØŒ ØēŲ‡ ŲˆØ§ÛŒŲ…: “Ų‡ØšŲ‡ ØŊ Ų†Ø§ ØąØķای؊ŲŠ Ų„Ų‡ اŲ…Ų„Ų‡ ØĒØēاØŊ ØŊی.
    Classical Pashto- ŲžŲˆŲ„ÚŦی Ųūښ؊Ųˆ

  • 80) Classical Persian-ÚĐŲ„اØģیÚĐ ŲØ§ØąØģی

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1k7F9Hr0AYo
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Ų„ذ؊ - ØŊØą ŲØ§ØąØģی - ÚĐŲ„اØģیÚĐ ŲØ§ØąØģی


    یÚĐی،
    Bhikkhus، ÚĐŲ‡ ØŊØą ŲØąŲ… Ų‡Ø§ÛŒ (Ų‚اØĻŲ„ Ų…ØīاŲ‡ØŊŲ‡) Ų„ذ؊ Ų†Ų…ÛŒ ØĻØąØŊ، ØĩØŊاŲ‡Ø§ØŒ ØĻŲˆÛŒ Ų‡Ø§ØŒ ØģŲ„ÛŒŲ‚Ų‡
    Ų‡Ø§ØŒ ØĻØŊŲ† Ų‡Ø§ÛŒ Ø°Ų‡Ų†ÛŒØŒ ŲūØŊیØŊŲ‡ Ų‡Ø§ÛŒ Ø°Ų‡Ų†ÛŒØŒ ØĻØŊØĻØŪØŠÛŒ ØąØ§ ؊حŲ…Ų„ Ų†Ų…ÛŒ ÚĐŲ†ØŊ. اØē ÚĐØģی ÚĐŲ‡ ØŊØą
    Ų†Ø§Ų…Ø·Ų…ØĶŲ† Ų„ذ؊ Ų†Ų…ÛŒ ØĻØąØŊ، Ų…Ų† Ų…ÛŒ ÚŊŲˆÛŒŲ…: “اŲˆ اØē ØđØŊŲ… ØąØķای؊ØĻØŪØī ØĒØēاØŊ ØīØŊŲ‡ اØģØŠ.
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  • 81) Classical Polish-Język klasyczny polski,
  • Sn 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda sutta.
    - Delight - w Polish-Język Klasyczny Polsk


    Jeden,
    Bhikkhus, ktÃģry nie zachwyc się (widocznych) form, dÅšwiękÃģw, zapachÃģw,
    smakÃģw, cielesnych, mentalnych zjawisk, nie zachwyca się
    niezadowalającą. Tego, kto nie zachwyca się niezadowalającą, mÃģwię:
    “Jest wyzwolony z niezadowalającego”.


    • 82) Classical Portuguese-PortuguÊs ClÃĄssico,


    • SN 35.20 (s IV 13)
      Sutta de Abhinanda
      - Delícia - em PortuguÊs-PortuguÊs ClÃĄssico

      Um,
      Bhikkhus, que nÃĢo se deleita com formas (visíveis), sons, odores,
      gostos, fenÃīmenos mentais, nÃĢo se deleita com insatisfatÃģria. De quem
      nÃĢo se deleita com insatisfatÃģria, eu digo: “Ele ÃĐ liberado da
      insatisfaçÃĢo”.


    • 83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ,

    Sn 35.20 (s iv 13)
    āĻ…āĻ­āĻŋāĻĻāĐ° āĻŪāĻĪāĐąāĻŸāĻū
    - āĻ–āЁāĻļāĻžāĻŽāЂ āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš āĻ…āĻĻāĐ°āĻĶ - āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš

    āĻ‡āĻ•,
    āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āĻļ, āĻœāЋ (āĻĶāĻŋāĻ–āĻūāĻˆ āĻĶāЇāĻĢ āĻĩāĻūāĻēāЇ) āĻŦāĻūāĻ°āĻŪ, āĻ†āĻĩāĻūāĻœāĻžāĻūāĻ‚, āĻļāЁāĻ—āĐ°āĻ§āĻūāĻ‚, āĻļāЁāĻ†āĻĶāĻūāĻ‚ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻ…āĻĻāĐ°āĻĶ āĻĻāĻđāЀāĻ‚
    āĻēāЈāĻ‚āĻĶāĻū, āĻ…āĻļāĐ°āĻĪāЁāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻđāЋāĻĢ āĻĻāĻūāĻē āĻŠāЍāĻ°āĻļāĐ°āĻĻ āĻĻāĻđāЀāĻ‚ āĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāĻū. āĻ‡āĐąāĻ• āĻœāĻŋāĻđāМāĻū āĻ•āĻŋ āĻ…āĻļāĐ°āĻĪāЁāĻļāĻžāĻ•āĻĪāĻū āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš
    āĻŠāЍāĻ°āĻļāĐ°āĻĻ āĻĻāĻđāЀāĻ‚ āĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāĻū, āĻŪāЈāĻ‚ āĻ•āĻđāĻŋāĐ°āĻĶāĻū āĻđāĻūāĻ‚: ‘āĻ‰āĻđ āĻ…āĻļāĐ°āĻĪāЁāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻđāЋāĻĢ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻŪāЁāĻ•āĻĪ āĻđāЋ āĻœāĻūāĻ‚āĻĶāĻū
    āĻđāЈ’.

    • 84) Classical Romanian-Clasic romÃĒnesc,

    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8OLY6xbw2s&t=371s
      SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
      Abhinanda Sutta.
      - Bucurați-vă - ÃŪn limba romÃĒnă-clasică romÃĒnă

      Unul,
      Bhikkhus, care nu se bucură de forme (vizibile), sunete, mirosuri,
      gusturi, corpuri corporale, fenomene mentale, nu se bucură de
      nesatisfăcător. De cel care nu se bucură de nesatisfăcător, spun: “El
      este eliberat de nesatisfăcător”.
      Buddha Citate
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      (Cel Luminat) născut cu numele Gautama Siddartha a fost un lider
      spiritual indian fondator al Budismului. A trăit ÃŪn perioada 563 Î.Hr -
      483 Î.Hr.

      Învățăturile
      sale au dăinuit peste 2500 de ani, simple, ușor de ÃŪnteles, de digerat
      și pline de ÃŪnțelepciune face ca aceste cuvinte să devină nemuritoare și
      folositoare pentru sufletul omului.

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    • 85) Classical Russian-КÐŧаŅŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩŅÐšÐļÐđ Ņ€ŅƒŅŅÐšÐļÐđ,


    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8OLY6xbw2s&t=371s
      SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
      Abhinanda Sutta.
      - Bucurați-vă - ÃŪn limba romÃĒnă-clasică romÃĒnă

      Unul,
      Bhikkhus, care nu se bucură de forme (vizibile), sunete, mirosuri,
      gusturi, corpuri corporale, fenomene mentale, nu se bucură de
      nesatisfăcător. De cel care nu se bucură de nesatisfăcător, spun: “El
      este eliberat de nesatisfăcător”.
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      spiritual indian fondator al Budismului. A trăit ÃŪn perioada 563 Î.Hr -
      483 Î.Hr.

      Învățăturile
      sale au dăinuit peste 2500 de ani, simple, ușor de ÃŪnteles, de digerat
      și pline de ÃŪnțelepciune face ca aceste cuvinte să devină nemuritoare și
      folositoare pentru sufletul omului.

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    • 86) Classical Samoan-Samoan Samoa,
    Sn 35.20 (S IV 13)
    ÐÐąŅ…ÐļÐ―Ð°Ð―Ðīа ÐĄŅƒŅ‚Ņ‚а
    - ÐēÐūŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€Ðģ - Ð―Ð° Ņ€ŅƒŅŅÐšÐūО-КÐŧаŅŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩŅÐšÐūО Ņ€ŅƒŅŅÐšÐūО

    ОÐīÐļÐ―,
    ÐąŅ…ÐļКŅˆŅƒŅ, КÐūŅ‚ÐūŅ€Ņ‹Ðđ Ð―Ðĩ ÐēÐūŅŅ…ÐļŅ‰Ð°ÐĩŅ‚ (ÐēÐļÐīÐļОŅ‹Ðĩ) Ņ„ÐūŅ€ÐžŅ‹, зÐēŅƒÐšÐļ, заÐŋаŅ…Ðļ, ÐēКŅƒŅŅ‹,
    Ņ‚ÐĩÐŧÐĩŅÐ―Ņ‹Ðĩ, ÐŋŅÐļŅ…ÐļŅ‡ÐĩŅÐšÐļÐĩ ŅÐēÐŧÐĩÐ―ÐļŅ, Ð―Ðĩ Ð―Ð°ŅÐŧаÐķÐīаÐĩŅ‚ŅŅ Ð―ÐĩŅƒÐīÐūÐēÐŧÐĩŅ‚ÐēÐūŅ€ÐļŅ‚ÐĩÐŧŅŒÐ―Ņ‹ÐžÐļ. Из
    Ņ‚ÐūÐģÐū, КŅ‚Ðū Ð―Ðĩ ÐēÐūŅŅ…ÐļŅ‰Ð°ÐĩŅ‚ Ð―ÐĩŅƒÐīÐūÐēÐŧÐĩŅ‚ÐēÐūŅ€ÐļŅ‚ÐĩÐŧŅŒÐ―Ðū, Ņ ÐģÐūÐēÐūŅ€ŅŽ: ÂŦÐžÐ― ÐūŅÐēÐūÐąÐūÐķÐīÐĩÐ― ÐūŅ‚
    Ð―ÐĩŅƒÐīÐūÐēÐŧÐĩŅ‚ÐēÐūŅ€ÐĩÐ―Ð―ÐūŅŅ‚ÐļÂŧ.              


    Sn 35.20 (s IV 13)
    Abhininda Soutta
    - Fiafia - i Samoa-Samoa Samoa

    Tasi,
    Blaikkhus, e le fiafia i ai (vaaia) Pepa, leo, manogi, manogi, tofo, le
    mafaufau, e le fiafia i le le faamalieina o le mafaufau. O se tasi e le
    fiafia i le le faamalieina, ou te faapea atu: ‘Ua faasaolotoina o ia
    mai le le talafeagai’.

    • 87) Classical Sanskrit āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ
    • 87) āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ
      āĪ·āĨāĪĢāĨ 35.20 (āĪ·āĨ āĪ‡āĪĩāĨ 13)
      āĪ†āĪ­āĪŋāĪĻāĪĻāĨāĪĶ āĪ·āĨāĪĪāĨāĪĪ
      — āĪĄāĨ‡āĪēāĪŋāĪ˜āĨāĪĪāĨ — āĪ‡āĪĻāĨ   āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ
      OāĪĻāĨ‡,āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĨāĪļāĨ,wāĪđāĨ‹
      āĪĶāĨ‹āĪāĪļāĨ āĪĻāĨ‹āĪĪāĨ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪēāĪŋāĪ˜āĨāĪĪāĨ āĪ‡āĪĻāĨ(āĪĩāĪŋāĪļāĪŋāĪŽāĨāĪēāĨ‡)fāĪ“āĪ°āĨāĪŪāĨāĪļāĨ,
      āĪļāĨ‹āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨāĪļāĨ,āĪ“āĪĶāĨ‹āĪ°āĨāĪļāĨ,āĪĪāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨ‡āĪļāĨ,āĪŽāĨ‹āĪĶāĪŋāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ,āĪŪāĨ‡āĪĻāĨāĪĪāĪēāĨ āĪŦāĨ‡āĪĻāĨ‹āĪŪāĨ‡āĪĻ,āĪĶāĨ‹āĪāĪļāĨ āĪĻāĨ‹āĪĪāĨ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪēāĪŋāĪ˜āĨāĪĪāĨ
      āĪ‡āĪĻāĨ āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪļāĪĪāĪŋāĪļāĨfāĪ…āĪšāĨāĪĪāĨ‹āĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪļāĨ. Of āĪ“āĪĻāĨ‡ wāĪđāĨ‹ āĪĶāĨ‹āĪāĪļāĨ āĪĻāĨ‹āĪĪāĨ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪēāĪŋāĪ˜āĨāĪĪāĨ āĪ‡āĪĻāĨ
      āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪļāĪĪāĪŋāĪļāĨfāĪ…āĪšāĨāĪĪāĨ‹āĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪļāĨ, āĪˆ āĪļāĪŊāĪƒ ‘āĪđāĨ‡ āĪ‡āĪļāĨ āĪēāĪŋāĪŽāĨ‡āĪ°āĪĪāĨ‡āĪĶāĨ fāĪ°āĨ‹āĪŪāĨ
      āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪļāĪĪāĪŋāĪļāĨfāĪ…āĪšāĨāĪĪāĨ‹āĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪļāĨ’.

    • 88) Classical Scots Gaelic-Gàidhlig Albannach Clasaigeach,
    Sn 35.20 (s iv 13)
    Abhinada Sutta
    - Delight - Ann an Gaelic Gaelic-Gàidhlig Albanaig Clasageach

    Aon,
    chan eil tlachd ann an riochdan, fuaimean, fuaimean, blasad, sunndach
    mÃēr, dha-rÃŽribh, a ‘toirt toileachas ann an neo-chinnteach. De aon nach
    eil a ‘toirt toileachas ann an neo-chinnteach, tha mi ag ràdh:’ Tha e
    air a shaoradh bho neo-chinnteach ‘.            

    • 89) Classical Serbian-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡Ð―Ðļ ŅŅ€ÐŋŅÐšÐļ,
    • 90) Classical Sesotho-Seserbia ea boholo-holo,
    ÐĄÐ 35.20 (ÐĄ ИВ 13)
    ÐÐąŅ…ÐļÐ―Ð°Ð―Ðīа ÐĄŅƒŅ‚Ņ‚а
    - ДÐĩÐŧÐļÐģŅ…Ņ‚ - Ð˜Ð― ÐĄÐĩŅ€ÐąÐļÐ°Ð―-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡Ð―Ðļ ŅŅ€ÐŋŅÐšÐļ

    ЈÐĩÐīÐ°Ð―,
    БŅ…ÐļККŅ…ŅƒŅ, КÐūŅ˜Ðļ Ð―Ðĩ ÐūÐīŅƒŅˆÐĩÐēŅ™Ð°Ðēа (ÐēÐļÐīŅ™ÐļÐēÐĩ) ÐūÐąÐŧÐļКÐĩ, зÐēŅƒŅ‡Ðļ, ОÐļŅ€ÐļŅÐļ, ŅƒÐšŅƒŅ,
    Ņ‚ÐĩÐŧÐĩŅÐ―Ðĩ, ОÐĩÐ―Ņ‚аÐŧÐ―Ðĩ ÐŋÐūŅ˜Ð°ÐēÐĩ, Ð―Ðĩ ÐūÐīŅƒŅˆÐĩÐēŅ™Ð°Ðēа Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēÐūŅ™ŅŅ‚ÐēÐū. ОÐī ÐūÐ―ÐūÐģ КÐūŅ˜Ðļ Ð―Ðĩ
    ÐūÐīŅƒŅˆÐĩÐēŅ™Ð°Ðēа Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēÐūŅ™ŅŅ‚ÐēÐū, КаÐķÐĩО: “ОŅÐŧÐūÐąÐūŅ’ÐĩÐ― Ņ˜Ðĩ ÐūÐī
    Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēÐūŅ™Ð―ÐūŅŅ‚Ðļ”.                                                            


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wV0nJtlswqg&t=3307s
    Sn 35.20 (s iv 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Thaba - ho Sesotho-ASOOSIA Ea Boholo-Holo

    One,
    Bhikkhus, ea sa khahliseng liforomo tsa (a bonahalang, tse bonahalang,
    monko, litloaelo, tsa ‘mele, tsa kelello, ha li thabele ho sa
    khotsofala. Ea motho ea sa thabeleng ntle le ho hloka leeme, ke re: ‘o
    lokollotsoe ho se khotsofale ha a khotsofale’.
    Maha Sathipattana Suthraya - āķļā·„ā· ā·ƒāķ­ā·’āķīāķ§ā·ŠāķĻā·āķą ā·ƒā·”āķ­ā·Šâ€āķŧāķš -
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    • 91) Classical Shona-Shona Shona,
    Sn 35.20 (s IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - kunakidzwa - kuShona-Shona Shona

    Imwe,
    bhikkhusi, isingadi (inoonekwa) mafomu, zvinonzwika, zvinonhuwira,
    zvinonhuwira, zvinonaka, zvizhinji, zviitiko zvepfungwa, hazvifarire
    zvisina kugutsikana. Womumwe asingafarire kusingagutsi, ini ndinoti:
    ‘Anosunungurwa kubva kusingagutsi’.                           



    • 92) Classical Sindhi,


    SN 35.20 (اŲŠØģ ØĒØĶŲŠ) 13)
    اØĻاŲ‡Ø§Ų†Ø§ ØģŲ―ا
    - ØŪŲˆØīŲŠ - ØģŲ†ÚŒŲŠ Ûū

    Ų‡ÚŠØŒ
    ØĻŲŠØŪØĻØąØŒ ØŽŲŠÚŠŲˆ (ØļاŲ‡ØąŲŠ) ØīÚŠŲ„ØŒ ØĒŲˆØ§Øē، ÚŊŲ†ØŊ، Ø°ŲˆŲ‚ØŒ Ø°ŲˆŲ‚ØŒ Ø°Ų‡Ų†ŲŠ ØąØŽØ­Ø§Ų†ØŒ Ø°Ų‡Ų†ŲŠ ØąØŽØ­Ø§Ų†Ø§ØŠ Ûū
    ØŪŲˆØī Ų†Ų‡ ØĒŲ‡ŲŠ. Ų‡ÚŠ ØŽŲˆ ØŽŲŠÚŠŲˆ Ų†Ø§ŲØ° ÚŠØąÚŧ Ûū ØŪŲˆØīŲŠ Ų†ŲŋŲˆ ŲŋØĶŲŠØŒ Ų…اŲ† چŲˆØ§Ų† ŲŋŲˆ: ‘Ų‡Ų† ÚĐŲŠ
    Ų†Ø§ŲØ° ÚŠØąÚŧ ÚĐاŲ† ØĒØēاØŊ ÚŠŲŠŲˆ ŲˆŲŠŲˆ ØĒŲ‡ŲŠ.


    • 93) Classical Sinhala-ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķ·ā·ā·€ā·Šāķš ā·ƒā·’āķ‚ā·„āķ―,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsP4PsSlPXc
    Sn 35.20 (āķ‘ā·ƒā·Š IV 13)
    āķ…ā·„ā·’āķąā·œāķąā·ŠāķŊ ā·ƒā·–āķ­ā·Š
    - āķīā·Šāķŧā·“āķ­ā·’āķš - ā·ƒā·’āķ‚ā·„āķ― āķ­ā·”ā·… - āķ­ā·”ā·…


    āķ‘āķšā·Š
    āķ…āķšā·™āķšā·Š, ā·āķķā·ŠāķŊ, āķœāķąā·Šāķ°, āķŧā·”āķ ā·’ āķ…āķŧā·”āķ ā·’āķšāķļā·Š, ā·ā·āķŧā·“āķŧā·’āķš ā·ƒāķ‚ā·ƒā·’āķŊā·Šāķ°ā·“āķąā·Š āķœā·āķą ā·ƒāķ­ā·”āķ§ā·” āķąā·œā·€āķą
    āķ·ā·’āķšā·Šā·‚ā·–āķąā·Š ā·€ā·„āķąā·Šā·ƒā·šāķ―ā· āķ…ā·ƒāķ­ā·”āķ§ā·”āķŊā·āķšāķšāķ­ā·Šā·€āķš āķœā·āķą ā·ƒāķ­ā·”āķ§ā·” ā·€āķąā·Šāķąā·š āķąā·āķ­. āķ…ā·ƒāķ­ā·”āķ§ā·”āķŊā·āķšāķš āķķā·€ āķœā·āķą
    ā·ƒāķ­ā·”āķ§ā·” āķąā·œā·€āķą āķ­ā·āķąā·āķ­ā·Šāķ­ā·āķœā·™āķąā·Š, āķļāķļ āķšā·’āķšāķąā·Šāķąā·š: ‘āķ”ā·„ā·” āķ…ā·ƒāķ­ā·”āķ§ā·”āķŊā·āķšāķš āķķā·€ā·’āķąā·Š āķąā·’āķŊā·„ā·ƒā·Š ā·€ā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š
    āķąā·’āķŊā·„ā·ƒā·Š ā·€ā·š’ āķšā·’āķšā· āķļāķļ āķšā·’āķšāķļā·’.
    ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķ·ā·ā·€ā·Šâ€āķš ā·ƒā·ā·„ā·’āķ­ā·Šâ€āķš āķŧā·ƒā·āķāķš, āķŊā·šā·āķą 01
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    • 94) Classical Slovak-KlasickÃ― slovenskÃ―,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Delight - v slovenskom-KlasickÃ― SlovenskÃ―


    Jeden,
    Bhikkhus, ktorÃ― nechÃĄpem (viditeÄūnÃĐ) formy, zvuky, pachy, chutí,
    telesnÃ―ch, mentÃĄlnych javov, nechÃĄpe neuspokojivosti. Toho, kto nechÃĄpe
    neuspokojivo, hovorím: “On je oslobodenÃ― od neuspokojivosti”.


    • 95) Classical Slovenian-Klasična slovenska,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta.
    - uÅūitek - v slovenski klasični Slovenski


    Ena,
    Bhikkhus, ki ne uÅūiva v (vidnih) oblikah, zvokih, vonjavih, okusih,
    telesnih, duÅĄevnih pojavih, ne uÅūiva v nezadovoljivosti. Od tistega, ki
    ne uÅūiva v nezadovoljivosti, pravim: “Osvobodil se je od
    nezadovoljivosti”.


    • 96) Classical Somali-Soomaali qowmiyadeed,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Farxad - Af-soomaali-Soomaali-Gowmiyade


    Mid,
    bhikkhus, oo aan ku farxin foomamka, dhawaaqyada, udgooyinka,
    dhadhanka, jirka, ifafaanada maskaxda, kuma farxaan inaan ku
    qanacsanayn. Mid aan ku farxo, waxaan leeyahay, Isagu waa laga xoreeyay,
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Farxad - Af-soomaali-Soomaali-Gowmiyade


    Mid,
    bhikkhus, oo aan ku farxin foomamka, dhawaaqyada, udgooyinka,
    dhadhanka, jirka, ifafaanada maskaxda, kuma farxaan inaan ku
    qanacsanayn. Mid aan ku farxo, waxaan leeyahay, Isagu waa laga xoreeyay,
    • 97) Classical Spanish-EspaÃąol clÃĄsico,


    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Farxad - Af-soomaali-Soomaali-Gowmiyade


    Mid,
    bhikkhus, oo aan ku farxin foomamka, dhawaaqyada, udgooyinka,
    dhadhanka, jirka, ifafaanada maskaxda, kuma farxaan inaan ku
    qanacsanayn. Mid aan ku farxo, waxaan leeyahay, Isagu waa laga xoreeyay,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Delicia - en espaÃąol-espaÃąol clÃĄsico


    Uno,
    Bhikkhus, que no se deleita en formularios (visibles), sonidos, olores,
    gustos, fenÃģmenos corporales, mentales, no se deleita en
    insatisfacciÃģn. De quien no se deleita en insatisforarios, digo: ‘Se
    libera de insatisfacciÃģn’.


    • 98) Classical Sundanese-Sunda Klasik,



    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Delicia - en espaÃąol-espaÃąol clÃĄsico


    Uno,
    Bhikkhus, que no se deleita en formularios (visibles), sonidos, olores,
    gustos, fenÃģmenos corporales, mentales, no se deleita en
    insatisfacciÃģn. De quien no se deleita en insatisforarios, digo: ‘Se
    libera de insatisfacciÃģn’.

    Sn 35.20 (s IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - kabungahan - di Sundanese-Sunda Klasik


    Hiji,
    Bhikkhus, anu henteu resep di (tiasa katingali) bentuk, sora, bau,
    renyes, radang mental, henteu pikaresepeun dina teu muatan. Tina hiji
    anu henteu pikaresepeun dina univescentess, kuring nyarios: ‘anjeunna
    dibÃĐbaskeun ti unsatosiness’.


    • 99) Classical Swahili,Kiswahili cha Classical,

    Sn 35.20 (S iv 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta.
    - Kufurahia - kwa Kiswahili, Kiswahili cha Classical.


    Moja,
    bhikkhus, ambaye hafurahi fomu (inayoonekana), sauti, harufu, ladha,
    mwili, matukio ya akili, haifai kutokuwa na uhakika. Kati ya mtu
    asiyefurahi sana, nasema: ‘Yeye ana huru kutokana na kutokuwa na
    uhakika’.
    • 100) Classical Swedish-Klassisk svensk,

    SN 35.20 (s IV 13)
    Abhinanda sutta

  • - Delight - i svenska-klassisk svensk

    En,
    Bhikkhus, som inte glÃĪdjer sig i (synliga) former, ljud, lukt, smaker,
    kroppsliga, mentala fenomen, inte glÃĪdjer sig i otillfredsstÃĪllelse. Av
    en som inte njuter av otillfredsstÃĪllande, sÃĪger jag: “Han ÃĪr befriad
    frÃĨn otillfredsstÃĪllande.


    • 101) Classical Tajik-Ņ‚ÐūŌ·ÐļКÓĢ КÐŧаŅŅÐļКÓĢ,

    SN5.20 (S IV 13)
    ÐÐąŅˆÐļÐ―Ð°Ð―Ðīа ÐĄŅƒŅ‚Ņ‚а
    - ЛÐūÐīÐ―Ð°ÐēÐļŅ - ÐīаŅ€ÐšÐ°Ņ

    ÐŊК,
    БÐūÐīКŅƒŅ, КÐļ ÐīаŅ€ ŅˆÐ°ÐšÐŧŌģÐūÐļ (Ð―Ð°ÐžÐūŅ‘Ð―, ŅÐ°ÐīÐū, ÐąÓŊÐđÐļ ÐŧаззаŅ‚, зŅƒŌģŅƒŅ€ÐūŅ‚Ðļ Ņ€ÓŊŌģÓĢ ОаŅŠŌ›ŅƒÐŧ
    Ð―ÐĩŅŅ‚, аз Ō“аÐđŅ€Ðļ Ō›Ð°Ð―ÐūаŅ‚ÐžÐ°Ð―ÐīÓĢ ÐąÐĩÐ―ÐļŌģÐūŅŅ‚ Ō·ÐļŅÐžÐūÐ―ÓĢ Ð―ÐĩŅŅ‚. Аз КаŅÐĩ КÐļ ÐąÐĩаŅÐūŅÐļŅŅ‚
    Ð―Ð°ÐīÐūŅ€Ð°Ðī, ÐžÐ°Ð― ОÐĩÐģÓŊŅÐž: “ÓŪ аз ÐąÐĩаŅÐūŅ ÐūзÐūÐī КаŅ€Ðīа ОÐĩŅˆÐ°ÐēаÐī.

    • 102) Classical Tamil-āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊ āŪ‡āŪšāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŪāŊāŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋ,

    āŪŽāŪļāŊāŪŽāŪĐāŊ 35.20 (āŪŽāŪļāŊ IV 13)
    āŪ…āŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪū āŪšāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋ
    - āŪŪāŪ•āŪŋāŪīāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋ - āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ-āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊ āŪ‡āŪšāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ

    āŪ’āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ,
    āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪđāŪļāŊ, āŪŊāŪūāŪ°āŊ (āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ) āŪĩāŪŸāŪŋāŪĩāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪ’āŪēāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪĻāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪšāŊāŪĩāŊˆ, āŪ‰āŪŸāŪēāŊ, āŪŪāŪĐ
    āŪĻāŪŋāŪ•āŪīāŊāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪąāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪŋāŪīāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪ‡āŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ. āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪąāŊāŪą āŪĻāŪŋāŪēāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪŪāŪ•āŪŋāŪīāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪĪ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪĐāŊ, āŪĻāŪūāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊŠāŪēāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ: ‘āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪąāŊāŪą
    āŪĪāŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪūāŪ°āŊ’.



    • 103) Classical Tatar

    SN 35.20 (IV 13)
    ÐÐąŅ…ÐļÐ―Ðīа ÐĄŅƒŅ‚Ņ‚а
    - БŅƒ Ņ€Ó™Ņ…Ó™Ņ‚ - Ņ‚аŅ‚аŅ€Ðīа

    БÐĩŅ€,
    БÐļŅ…Ņ…ŅƒŅ, аÐŧаŅ€ (КŌŊŅ€ÐĩÐ―ÐĩÐŋ Ņ‚ÐūŅ€ÐģÐ°Ð―) Ņ„ÐūŅ€ÐžÐ°ÐŧаŅ€Ðģа ÐūŅˆÐ°ÐžŅ‹Ðđ, аÐēазÐŧаŅ€, ÐļŅÐŧәŅ€,
    Ņ‚әОÐŧәŅ€, Ņ‚Ó™Ð―, ÐŋŅÐļŅ…ÐļК КŌŊŅ€ÐĩÐ―ÐĩŅˆÐŧәŅ€, Ņ‚Ņ‹Ð―Ņ‹Ņ‡ ÐąŅƒÐŧОаÐģÐ°Ð― КÐūŅ€Ņ‹ÐŧОаŅƒÐģа ÐūŅˆÐ°ÐžŅ‹Ðđ.
    БаÐŧаŅŅ‹Ð· ÐąŅƒÐŧОаÐģÐ°Ð― ÐąÐĩŅ€Ņ‡ÐĩÐŧÐĩÐšÐ―Ðĩ ÐąÐĩÐŧОәÐģÓ™Ð― КÐĩŅˆÐĩ әÐđŅ‚әО: “ÐĢÐŧ ÐšÐ°Ð―Ó™ÐģаŅ‚ŅŒ Ņ‚ŌŊÐģÐĩÐŧ”.


    • 104) Classical Telugu- ā°•āąā°ēā°ūā°ļā°ŋā°•ā°ēāą ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°—āą,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    ā°…ā°­ā°ŋā°Ļā°‚ā°Ķ ā°ļāąā°Īāąā°Īā°ū
    - ā°Ąā°ŋā°ēāąˆā°Ÿāą - ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°—āą- ā°•āąā°ēāą‹ā°Ļā°ŋā°ēāą ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°—āąā°ēāą‹

    ā°’ā°•ā°Ÿā°ŋ,
    ā°­ā°ŋā°•āąā°đā°ļāą, (ā°•ā°Ļā°ŋā°Šā°ŋā°‚ā°šāą‡) ā°°āą‚ā°Šā°ūā°ēāą, ā°ķā°Žāąā°Ķā°ūā°ēāą, ā°ĩā°ūā°ļā°Ļā°ēāą, ā°°āąā°šā°ŋ, ā°ķā°ūā°°āą€ā°°ā°•, ā°Ūā°ūā°Ļā°ļā°ŋā°•
    ā°Ķāąƒā°—āąā°ĩā°ŋā°·ā°Ŋā°‚, ā°…ā°ļā°‚ā°Īāąƒā°Šāąā°Īā°ŋā°•ā°°ā°‚ā°—ā°ū ā°†ā°Ļā°‚ā°Ķā°‚ā°—ā°ū ā°‰ā°‚ā°Ąā°Ķāą. ā°…ā°ļā°‚ā°Īāąƒā°Šāąā°Īā°ŋā°•ā°°ā°‚ā°—ā°ū ā°†ā°Ļā°‚ā°Ķā°‚ā°—ā°ū ā°‰ā°‚ā°Ąā°Ķāą,
    ā°Ļāą‡ā°Ļāą ā°šāą†ā°Šāąā°Šā°ūā°Ļāą: ‘ā°…ā°Īā°Ļāą ā°…ā°ļā°‚ā°Īāąƒā°Šāąā°Īā°ŋā°•ā°°ā°‚ā°—ā°ū ā°Ļāąā°‚ā°Ąā°ŋ ā°ĩā°ŋā°Ūāąā°•āąā°Īā°ŋ ā°ŠāąŠā°‚ā°Ķā°ūā°Ąāą’.
    • 105) Classical Thai-āļ āļēāļĐāļēāđ„āļ—āļĒāļ„āļĨāļēāļŠāļŠāļīāļ,


    - āļ„āļ§āļēāļĄāļŠāļļāļ‚ - āđƒāļ™āļ āļēāļĐāļēāđ„āļ—āļĒ - āļ āļēāļĐāļēāđ„āļ—āļĒāļ„āļĨāļąāđˆāļ‡āļ‹āļīāļĨāđ€āļ‹āļē

    āļŦāļ™āļķāđˆāļ‡,
    bhikkhus āļœāļđāđ‰āļ—āļĩāđˆāđ„āļĄāđˆāļžāļ­āđƒāļˆāđƒāļ™āļĢāļđāļ›āđāļšāļš (āļĄāļ­āļ‡āđ€āļŦāđ‡āļ™)
    āđ€āļŠāļĩāļĒāļ‡āļāļĨāļīāđˆāļ™āļĢāļŠāļĢāļŠāļ™āļīāļĒāļĄāļĢāđˆāļēāļ‡āļāļēāļĒāļ›āļĢāļēāļāļāļāļēāļĢāļ“āđŒāļ—āļēāļ‡āļˆāļīāļ•āđ„āļĄāđˆāļžāļ­āđƒāļˆāđƒāļ™āļ„āļ§āļēāļĄāđ„āļĄāđˆāļ™āđˆāļēāļžāļ­āđƒāļˆ
    āļ‚āļ­āļ‡āļ„āļ™āļ—āļĩāđˆāđ„āļĄāđˆāļžāļ­āđƒāļˆāđƒāļ™āļ„āļ§āļēāļĄāđ„āļĄāđˆāļžāļ­āđƒāļˆāļ‰āļąāļ™āļžāļđāļ”āļ§āđˆāļē:
    ‘āđ€āļ‚āļēāđ„āļ”āđ‰āļĢāļąāļšāļāļēāļĢāļ›āļĨāļ”āļ›āļĨāđˆāļ­āļĒāļˆāļēāļāļ„āļ§āļēāļĄāđ„āļĄāđˆāļžāļ­āđƒāļˆ’
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    • 106) Classical Turkish-Klasik TÞrk,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvnA4kkoIeM
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Lokum - TÞrk-Klasik TÜR’de

    Bir,
    (gÃķrÞnÞr) formlar, sesler, kokular, tadÄą, bedensel, zihinsel
    fenomenleri memnun etmeyen Bhikkhus, yetersizliğin memnuniyetini
    memnuniyet duymaz. Yetersizliğin memnuniyetini memnun etmeyen birinin,
    “Yetersizliğinden kurtuldu” diyorum.
    VietCamLao Chapter 6 - Vietnam: What to do in Ninh Binh Area and Tam Coc (Part 1)
    Exploration Brothers
    29.9K subscribers
    Even
    if Ninh Binh seems to be quite close to Ha Long Bay and Hanoi, be ready
    to spend at least half a day getting there. Chaos on the roads and
    dozens of inexplicable bus stops converts two hour trip into six hours
    journey.
    Finally
    Ninh Binh. The city itself doesn’t have anything remarkable but
    surrounding areas are definitely worth of visiting: Hoa Lu Ancient
    Capital, Bai Dinh Temple, Bich Dong Pagoda, Phat Diem Cathedral just to
    mention a few.
    Because of the variety of highlights in the area we decided to stay a bit longer.
    Most
    of the tourists have their base while exploring surrounding areas in
    village Tam Coc. We spent our first night there doing workouts and
    eating local specialty: grilled duck, in company of some local travelers
    from Saigon.
    Our
    first stop was Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel; capital of Vietnam till 11th
    century. Even if from citadel remained very little, it is still a nice
    walk through temples and royal tombs.
    Road
    from Hoa Lu Ancient Capital with its steep milestone mountains brought
    us to Trang An boat tours. Surprisingly well organized boat tour that
    will help you experience vast system of the underground canals and
    caves. We saw a lot of caves and navigated on a lot of boats but this
    one, we should admit, was quite remarkable. The trip will take around 3
    hours with several stops to enjoy surroundings. To add some adrenaline
    you can always help your guide with paddling!
    If
    you wanna enjoy 360 view on surrounding areas and don’t mind climbing
    over 500 steps, then Hang MÚa view point is the right place for you!
    It’s a bit pricey to get there, but absolutely worth it!
    At the end of the day we ended up at Thai Vi Temple, where we have some chat with a monk.

    One
    of the biggest and most remarkable attractions in the area is Bai Dinh
    Pagoda Temple. This complex consists of old and new parts, that was
    built not even 10 years ago. Be ready to walk a lot cause the complex is
    enormous. Strangely for us, there was no entrance fee and just small
    charge for a lift to the main gate.
    After
    long and tiring exploration of the Bai Dinh Complex we were happy to
    hit the road again. This time we were going for real adventure in Cuc
    Phuong National Park. The plan was to stay there for the night, but we
    didn’t know anything about our overnight accommodation. Talking about
    park: it’s the oldest in Vietnam and well maintained. On the way from
    headquarter, where rangers gave us some information about the park, we
    stoped at the Prehistoric Man cave, before coming to the visitors
    center, where we were going to celebrate Maksym’s Birthday! What an
    experience for contemporary person to stay one night with no
    electricity, hot water and mobile connection. Basically back to the
    roots!
    And what can be better way to celebrate someone’s birthday!?!



    • 107) Classical Turkmen

    Sn 35.20 (s iv 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - HÃķwes - tÞrkmen dilinde

    On,
    Bir, formalar, sesler, ysly zatlar, tasylÃ―ar, beden hadysasy, beden
    hadysasy, kanagatlanma begenmeÃ―ÃĪr. Üns bermeÃ―ÃĪnliginden hoşal dÃĪl adam,
    men: ‘Kanunsyzlyga dÃĪl-de, Ã―ok edilÃ―ÃĪr’.


    • 108) Classical Ukrainian-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡Ð―ÐļÐđ ŅƒÐšŅ€Ð°Ņ—Ð―ŅŅŒÐšÐļÐđ,
    Sn 35.20 (s iv 13)
    ÐÐąŅ…Ņ–Ð―Ð°Ð―Ðīа ÐĄŅƒŅ‚Ņ‚а
    - заŅ…ÐūÐŋÐŧÐĩÐ―Ð―Ņ - Ðē ŅƒÐšŅ€Ð°Ņ—Ð―ŅŅŒÐšÐū-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡Ð―ÐļÐđ ŅƒÐšŅ€Ð°Ņ—Ð―ŅŅŒÐšÐļÐđ

    ОÐīÐļÐ―,
    БŅ…Ņ–КŅ…ŅƒŅ, ŅÐšÐļÐđ Ð―Ðĩ заŅ…ÐūÐŋÐŧŅŽŅ” (ÐēÐļÐīÐļОÐļŅ…) Ņ„ÐūŅ€Ðž, зÐēŅƒÐšŅ–Ðē, заÐŋаŅ…Ņ–Ðē, ŅÐžÐ°ÐšŅ–Ðē,
    Ņ‚Ņ–ÐŧÐĩŅÐ―ÐļŅ…, ÐŋŅÐļŅ…Ņ–Ņ‡Ð―ÐļŅ… ŅÐēÐļŅ‰, Ð―Ðĩ заŅ…ÐūÐŋÐŧŅŽŅ”Ņ‚ŅŒŅŅ Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēŅ–ÐŧŅŒÐ―ÐļО. ÐĒÐūÐģÐū, Ņ…Ņ‚Ðū Ð―Ðĩ
    заŅ…ÐūÐŋÐŧŅŽŅ”Ņ‚ŅŒŅŅ Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēŅ–ÐŧŅŒÐ―Ðū, Ņ КаÐķŅƒ: “ВŅ–Ð― зÐēŅ–ÐŧŅŒÐ―ŅŅ”Ņ‚ŅŒŅŅ ÐēŅ–Ðī
    Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēŅ–ÐŧŅŒÐ―ÐūŅŅ‚Ņ–”.


    • 109) Classical Urdu- ÚĐŲ„اØģیÚĐی Ø§ØąØŊŲˆ



    SN 35.20 (ایØģ IV 13)
    اØĻÚūØąŲ†ÚˆÛ ØģŲˆŲđا
    - ØŪŲˆØīی - Ø§ØąØŊŲˆ - ÚĐاØģییÚĐی Ø§ØąØŊŲˆ Ų…یښ


    ایÚĐ،
    ØĻÚūیÚĐŲØģ، ØŽŲˆ (Ų†ØļØą ØĒ؊ا ہے) ŲØ§ØąŲ…ØŒ ØĒŲˆØ§Øē، ÚŊŲ†ØŊŲˆÚšØŒ ذاØĶŲ‚ہ، ØŽØģŲ…اŲ†ÛŒØŒ ذہŲ†ÛŒ ØąØŽØ­Ø§Ų†
    Ų…یښ ØŪŲˆØīی Ų†ÛÛŒÚš ÚĐØąØŠØ§ØŒ Ų†Ø§ŲūØģŲ†ØŊیØŊہ ØŠŲ†Ø§ØēØđہ Ų…یښ ØŪŲˆØīی Ų†ÛÛŒÚš ہے. ØŽŲˆ ÚĐŲˆØĶی ØšÛŒØą
    اطŲ…ÛŒŲ†Ø§Ų† ØĻØŪØī؊ا Ų…یښ ØŪŲˆØīی Ų†ÛÛŒÚš ÚĐØąØŠØ§ØŒ Ų…یښ ÚĐہ؊ا ہŲˆÚš: ‘ŲˆÛ ØšÛŒØą ؎اŲ†ØĻØŊØ§Øą Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą
    ØĒØēاØŊاŲ†Û Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą ØĒØēاØŊ ہے.
    • 110) Classical Uyghur,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    ØĶاØĻØŪŲ‰Ų†Ø§ØŊا sutta
    - ØŪۇØīاŲ„Ų„Ų‰Ų‚ - ØĶۇŲŠØšÛ‡Øą ØŠŲ‰Ų„Ų‰ØŊا


    ØĻŲ‰ØąŲ‰,
    Bhikhus, ŲƒŲ‰Ų…ÚŊە (ŲƒÛ†ØąÛˆŲ†ÚŊەŲ†) ØīەŲƒŲ‰Ų„ØŊە ÚŊاŲ„Ų‰Ų„Ų‰, ØĶاڭŲ„Ų‰Ų…اŲ‚Ų‚ا ØŠÛ•Ų…, ØŠÛ•Ų…Ų‰, ØĻەØŊەŲ†
    ۋە ØąŲˆÚūŲ‰ŲŠ ÚūاØŊŲ‰Øģە, ŲƒŲ‰ØīŲ‰Ų†Ų‰ ØąØ§ØēŲ‰ Ų‚Ų‰Ų„اŲ„Ų…اŲŠØŊŲ‰ØšØ§Ų† ØŊÛ•ØąŲ‰ØŽŲ‰ØŊە ØŪۇØīاŲ„ Ų‚Ų‰Ų„Ų…اŲŠØŊۇ. ØąØ§ØēŲ‰
    ØĻŲˆŲ„Ų…اŲŠØŊŲ‰ØšØ§Ų†Ų„Ų‰Ų‚Ų‰ØŊŲ‰Ų† ØŪۇØīاŲ„ ØĻŲˆŲ„Ų…اŲŠØŊŲ‰ØšØ§Ų† ØĶاØŊەŲ…, Ų…Û•Ų†: ÂŦØĶۇ ØąØ§ØēŲ‰
    ØĻŲˆŲ„Ų…اŲŠØŊŲ‰ØšØ§Ų†ØŊŲ‰Ų† ØĶاØēاØŊ Ų‚Ų‰Ų„Ų‰Ų†ØšØ§Ų†Âŧ.
    • 111) Classical Uzbek-Klassik o’z,



    SN 35.20 (s. soat 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - lazzatlanish - o’zbek-klassik o’ti


    Bitikxus,
    (ko’rinadigan) shakllar, tovushlar, hidlar, ta’mlar, tana, ruhiy
    hodisalardan zavqlanmaydi, qoniqsizlikdan zavqlanmaydi. Qorinqsizlikdan
    zavqlanmaydigan odamning: “U qoniqmaylikdan ozod bo’ladi” deb aytaman.
    • 112) Classical Vietnamese-Tiášŋng Viáŧ‡,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta.
    - Delight - Trong tiášŋng Viáŧ‡t-Tiášŋng Viáŧ‡t


    Máŧ™t,
    Bhikkhus, nháŧŊng ngÆ°áŧi khÃīng thích thÚ (cÃģ tháŧƒ nhÃŽn thášĨy), ÃĒm thanh, mÃđi
    hÃīi, mÃđi váŧ‹, hiáŧ‡n tÆ°áŧĢng cÆĄ tháŧƒ, tinh thᚧn, khÃīng vui máŧŦng váŧ sáŧą khÃīng
    đṡt xáŧ­ lÃ―. Cáŧ§a máŧ™t ngÆ°áŧi khÃīng vui máŧŦng váŧ sáŧą khÃīng đṡt xáŧ­ lÃ―, tÃīi nÃģi:
    ‘Anh ášĨy đưáŧĢc giášĢi phÃģng kháŧi sáŧą khÃīng đṡt nguyÊn táŧ‘’.
    • 113) Classical Welsh-Cymraeg Clasurol,



    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda sutata
    - Hyfrydwch - yn Gymraeg-Cymraeg Clasurol

    Nid
    yw un, Bhikkhus, nad yw’n ymhyfrydu mewn ffurflenni (gweladwy), synau,
    arogleuon, chwaeth, ffenomenau meddyliol, yn ymhyfrydu mewn anfoddhaol. O
    un nad yw’n ymhyfrydu mewn anfoddhaol, rwy’n dweud: ‘Mae’n cael ei
    ryddhau o anfoddhaol’.
    • 114) Classical Xhosa-IsiXhosa zesiXhosa,



    I-SN 35.20 (s iv 13)
    I-Abhlonda Sutta
    - Young - Xhosa-Isixhosa ZESISI

    Omnye,
    uBhikkile, ongonwabanga (i-on ebonakalayo), izandi, ivumba, emzimbeni,
    i-phenomena yengqondo, ayakuvuyela ukunganeli. Lowo ungavumanga
    ukunganeli, ndithi: ‘Ukhululwe ukunganeli’.


    • 115) Classical Yiddish- Ũ§ŨœŨŨĄŨ™ŨĐŨĒ Ũ™Ũ™ÖīŨ“Ũ™ŨĐ


    ŨĄŨ  35.20 (ŨĄ Ũ™Ũ•Ũ• 13)
    ŨÖ·Ũ‘Ũ”Ũ™Ũ ŨÖ·Ũ Ũ“ŨÖ· ŨĄŨÖ·Ũ˜Ũ˜ŨÖ·
    - ŨĪŨĻŨ™Ũ™Ũ“ - ŨŨ•Ũ™ŨĢ Ũ™Ũ™ÖīŨ“Ũ™ŨĐ-Ũ›Ũœ Ũ™Ũ™ÖīŨ“Ũ™ŨĐ

    ŨŨ™Ũ™Ũ ŨĒŨĻ,
    Ũ‘Ũ”Ũ™Ũ§Ũ›Ũ•ŨĄ, Ũ•Ũ•ŨÖļŨĄ Ũ˜Ũ•Ũ˜ Ũ Ũ™ŨĐŨ˜ Ũ“ŨĒŨĻŨĪŨĻŨ™Ũ™ŨĄŨœŨ˜ ŨŨ™ŨŸ (Ũ§ŨĒŨ Ũ˜Ũ™Ũ§) ŨĪŨŨĻŨžŨĒŨŸ, ŨĄŨÖļŨ•Ũ Ũ“ŨĄ,
    ŨÖļŨ•Ũ“ŨĒŨĻŨ–, Ũ˜Ũ™Ũ™ŨĄŨĨ, Ũ˜Ũ™Ũ™ŨĄŨĨ, Ũ’Ũ™Ũ™ŨĄŨœŨ™, Ũ’Ũ™Ũ™Ö·ŨĄŨ˜Ũ™Ũ§ ŨĪŨĒŨ ŨÖļŨžŨĒŨ ŨÖ·, Ũ˜Ũ•Ũ˜ Ũ Ũ™ŨĐŨ˜ ŨĪŨĻŨ™Ũ™Ũ“ ŨŨ™ŨŸ
    ŨÖ·Ũ ŨĄŨÖ·Ũ˜Ũ™ŨĄŨĪŨÖ·Ũ§Ũ™Ũ™ŨĐŨÖ·Ũ Ũ–. ŨŨ™Ũ™Ũ ŨĒŨĻ Ũ•Ũ•ŨÖļŨĄ Ũ˜Ũ•Ũ˜ Ũ Ũ™ŨĐŨ˜ ŨĪŨĻŨ™Ũ™Ũ“ ŨŨ™ŨŸ
    ŨÖ·Ũ ŨĄŨÖ·Ũ˜Ũ™ŨĄŨĪŨÖ·Ũ§Ũ˜ŨĒŨĻŨ™Ũ ŨÖ·ŨĄ, ŨŨ™Ũš Ũ–ŨÖļŨ’ŨŸ: ‘ŨĒŨĻ ŨŨ™Ũ– Ũ‘ŨŨĪŨĻŨ™Ũ™Ũ˜ ŨĪŨ•ŨŸ
    ŨÖ·Ũ ŨĄŨÖ·Ũ˜Ũ™ŨĄŨĪŨÖ·Ũ§ŨĐŨÖ·ŨŸ’.
    • 116) Classical Yoruba-Yoruba Yoruba,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WRr2cxwOTY
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinnanda sutta
  • - Inu - ni Yoruba-Yoruba Yoruba

    áŧŒkan,
    bhikkhus, ti ko áđĢe inudidun si (han) awáŧn fáŧáŧmu, awáŧn ohun, awáŧn ododo,
    awáŧn ododo, awáŧn ododo áŧpáŧláŧ, awáŧn iyalášđnu áŧpáŧláŧ, ko áđĢe inudidun ninu
    aimáŧgbáŧnwa. ášļnikan ti ko áđĢe inudidÃđn si aibikita, Mo sáŧ pe: ‘O ti wa ni
    ominira lati áŧdáŧmáŧ ti ko ni itášđláŧrun’.
    Compassion, Education and Equality - Day 2
    Dalai Lama
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    Compassion, Education, and Equality with youth leaders from
    conflict-affected regions from his residence in Dharamsala, HP, India on
    October 15, 2021 organized through the Generation Change Fellows
    Program at the United States Institute of Peace (USIP).




    • 117) Classical Zulu-I-Classical Zulu




    • I-SN 35.20 (S 13)
      Abhinanda Sutta
      - Jabulayo - in Zulu-I-Classical Zulu


      Eyodwa,
      uBhikkhus, ongazijabuleli amafomu (abonakele), imisindo, iphunga,
      ukunambitha, umzimba, izehlakalo zengqondo, akujabuli ngokungagculisi.
      Kumuntu ongajabuli ngokungagculisi, ngithi: ‘Ukhululwe ngokungemthetho’.





    At
    some point, the statue was completely plastered over to prevent it from
    being stolen. The statue was covered with a thick layer of stucco,
    which was painted and inlaid with bits of coloured glass.It is believed
    that this plastering-over took place before the destruction of Ayutthaya
    kingdom by Burmese invaders in 1767. The statue remained among the
    ruins of Ayutthaya without attracting much attention.

    In
    1801, King Buddha Yodfa Chulaloke (Rama I) of Siam, after establishing
    Bangkok as a new capital city of the Kingdom, and after commissioning
    the construction of many temples in Bangkok, ordered that various old
    Buddha images should be brought to Bangkok from the ruined temples
    around the country. At the time of King Rama III (1824-1851), the
    statue, still covered with stucco, was installed as the principal Buddha
    image in the main temple building of Wat Chotanaram in Bangkok.

    When
    Wat Chotanaram, located near Chinatown, fell into disrepair and was
    closed, the statue was moved to its present location at the nearby Wat
    Traimit in 1935.At the time, Wat Traimit was a pagoda of minor
    significance (like hundreds of other Buddhist temples that exist in
    Bangkok). Since the temple didn’t have a building big enough to house
    the statue, it was kept for 20 years under a simple tin roof. The true
    identity of this statue had been forgotten for almost 200 years.

    Discovery of the golden statue

    In
    1954, a new Viharn building was built at the temple to house the
    statue. It was moved to its new location on 25 May 1955; there are a
    variety of accounts of what exactly happened next, but it is clear that
    during the final attempt to lift the statue from its pedestal, the ropes
    broke and the statue fell hard on the ground. At that moment, some of
    the plaster coating chipped off, allowing the gold surface underneath to
    be seen. Work was immediately stopped so that an evaluation could be
    made.

    All
    the plaster was carefully removed and during the process, photos were
    taken and are now displayed in the Temple for visitors. Pieces of the
    actual plaster are also on public display. When all the plaster was
    removed, it was found that the gold statue actually consisted of nine
    parts that fit smoothly together. A key was also found encased in
    plaster at its base, which can be used to disassemble the statue,
    allowing for easier transportation. The
    golden statue was discovered very close to the commemoration of the
    twenty-fifth Buddhist Era (2500 years since Gautama Buddha’s passing) so
    the Thai news media was full of reports and many Buddhists regarded the
    occurrence as miraculous.

    The new building at the Wat Traimit temple

    Panoramic
    view.
    Characteristics
    The statue is 3 metres (9.8 ft) tall and weighs
    5.5 tonnes (5.4 long tons; 6.1 short tons). (According to another
    account, the statue measures 3.91 meters from base to top, and 3.10
    meters across the lap from knee to knee.) It can be disassembled into
    nine pieces. The statue was housed in a wat in Ayutthaya until the mid
    19th century, and its provenance from Ayutthaya excludes the possibility
    of it having been made after about 1750. At US$1,400 per troy ounce,
    the gold in the statue (18 karat) is estimated to be worth 250 million
    dollars.[8] The body of the statue is 40% pure, the volume from the chin
    to the forehead is 80% pure, and the hair and the topknot, weighing 45
    kg, are 99% pure gold.

    The Buddha is represented in the
    traditional pose of Bhumisparsha Mudra (touching the earth with the
    right hand to witness Shakyamuni Buddha’s enlightenment at Bodh Gaya).
    The original statues of Sukhothai sit on a common pedestal form. The
    flame that crowns the ushnisha is an innovation of Sukhothai that
    symbolises the splendour of spiritual energy. The line of the
    hairdressing forms a “V” shape in the root of the hairs, underlined by
    the elegant curve of the eyebrows that join above the aquiline nose, all
    according to the prescribed rules. The three wrinkles in the neck and
    the much elongated ear lobes, signs of his former status of prince, also
    form part of the code, as do the wide shoulders and the chest inflated.



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    The Buddha spoke in a language called Magadhi Prakrit.

    Magadhi
    Prakrit is the spoken language of the ancient Magadha kingdom, one of
    the 16 city-state kingdoms at the time, located in the eastern Indian
    subcontinent, in a region around modern-day Bihār, and spanning what is
    now eastern India, Bangladesh, and Nepal. The first Magadha king is
    Bimbisara (558 BC –491 BC), during whose reign the Buddha attained
    enlightenment. Both king Bimbisara and his successor

    son Ajatashatru, were mentioned in several Buddhist Sutras, being lay disciplines, great friends and protectors of the Buddha
    When
    a just born baby is separated and kept in isolation, after some days it
    will speak a natural human language just like all other species like
    birds, animals, inspects etc have their own languages for communication.

    So also the human beings have their natural (Prakrit) language. That is
    Magadhi Prakrit the natural human language.
    Asokan Edict - Delhi Inscription
    Transliteration
    devānaáđpiye piyadasi lājā hevaáđ āhā ye atikaáđtaáđ
    aáđtalaáđ lājāne husa hevaáđ ichisu kathaáđ jane
    dhaáđmavaáļhiyā vāáļheya nocujane anulupāyā dhaáđmavaáļhiyā
    vaáļhithā etaáđ devānaáđpiye piyadasi lājā hevaáđ āhā esame
    huthā atākaáđtaáđ ca aáđtalaáđ hevaáđ ichisu lājāne katha jane

    Translation

    Thus spoke king Devanampiya Piyadasi: “Kings of the olden time have gone to heaven under
    these very desires. How then among mankind may religion (or growth in grace) be increased?
    Yea, through the conversion of the humbly-born shall religion increase”
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    must be taught in Tamil; preaching and worshipping Buddhism in Tamil;
    Tamil Bikkus should have world followers and Tamil Bhikkus must visit
    their homes. That togetherness should be there.

    Ancient Buddhist links between Tamil Nadu and all over the world

    Tamil Nadu and all over the world enjoyed very close ties, thanks to a shared interest in Buddhism.

    The
    fascinating story of the historical links - Golden threads between
    Buddhism in Tamil Nadu and all over the world was narrated by Dr. Shu
    Hikosake, Director and Professor of Buddhism, Institute of Asian Studies
    in Madras in his book 1989 Buddhism in Tamil Nadu: a New Perspective.
    Dr. Hikosaka’s study is based on his doctoral dissertation.

    The
    earliest inscriptions in Tamil Nadu written in the Brahmi character of
    the time, on the walls of the natural caves in the Tamil districts of
    Madura, Ramnad and Tirnnelveli belongs to the third century BC. They are
    of considerable interest to students of South Indian Buddhism. It is
    learnt from these Brahmi inscriptions, that Buddhism had come into Tamil
    Nadu even then. However, the epigraphical evidence seems to confirm
    that, it was to King Asoka and the missionary monk Mahinda (believed to
    be his son) that the introduction of Buddhism into Tamil Nadu may be
    attributed. In his Rock-Edict No. III, King Asoka says that his Dharma
    Vijaya prevailed in the kingdoms of the Colas, Pandyans and at
    Tambapanni (Sri Lanka). Particularly the edict number XIII found near
    Peshawar, there is reference to the Buddhist missions of Asoka. Among
    the countries referred to are Cola, Pandya, and Tambapanni. This
    inscription was written in 258 B.C. and is direct evidence of the
    Buddhist missions of Asoka to the Tamil country and Sri Lanka even
    though it does not mention about his son Mahinda. As Buddhist missions
    to Sri Lanka had to come by way of South India, the spread of Buddhism
    in Sri Lanka and South India in the 2nd century AD should be considered
    contemporary events, but it was King Asoka’s son Mahinda who was
    responsible for the introduction of Buddhism in Tamil Nadu and Sri
    Lanka. Mahinda is said to have erected seven viharas at Kaveripattinum,
    the capital of Cola while he was on his way to Sri Lanka. According to
    Dr. Hikosaka, contrary to the general impression, Buddhism might have
    gone to Sri Lanka from Tamil Nadu by sea-route, a route by which one can
    reach Sri Lanka easily. Since there existed very close cultural
    affinities between Sri Lanka and the Tamil country from time immemorial,
    the Buddhist activities in India could have easily influenced in some
    way or other the Buddhism of Sri Lanka, says Dr. Hikosaka.

    Even
    though it is believed that Buddha had visited this region, South India
    (Andhra) and Sri Lanka, according to historians, Buddhism began to make a
    strong impact on Tamil Nadu only in the 3rd century AD. During that
    period Buddhism had spread widely in Tamil Nadu and won the patronage of
    the rulers. The remains of a Buddhist monastery excavated at
    Kaveripattinum which could be assigned to the fourth century are
    believed to be the earliest archaeological relics of Buddhism in Tamil
    Nadu. The major urban centers of Kanchipuram, Kaveripattinam, Uragapura
    (Uraiyur), and Madurai were not only centers of Buddhism, but these were
    also important centers of Pali learning. The other minor towns of Tamil
    country where Buddhism was active were Buddhamangalam, Sanghamangalam,
    Kumbakonam, Mayurapattanam, Alamkudipatti, Kuvam, Sanghamangai,
    Tiruppadirippuliyur, and so on.
    Tamil Buddhists contribute to Buddhist scriptures

    It
    was at this time that Tamil Nadu gave some of its greatest scholars
    (both Theravada and Mahayana) to the Buddhist world. Tamil Nadu boasted
    of outstanding Buddhist monks, who had made remarkable contributions to
    Buddhist thought and learning. Three of the greatest Pali scholars of
    this period were Buddhaghosa, Buddhadatta, and Dhammapala and all three
    of them were associated with Buddhist establishments in the Tamil
    kingdoms.

    Buddhadatta
    or Thera Buddhaatta as he is called lived during the time of
    Accyutarikkanta, the Kalabra ruler of the Cola-Nadu; was a senior
    contemporary of Buddhaghosa. He was born in the Cola kingdom and lived
    in the 5th Century AD. Under the patronage of this ruler, Buddhadatta
    wrote many books. Among his best known Pali writings are the
    Vinaya-Vinicchaya, the Uttara-Vinicchaya and the Jinalankara-Kavya.
    Among the commentaries written by him are the Madhurattha-Vilasini and
    the Abhidhammavatara. In the Abhidhammaratara he gives a glowing account
    at Kaveripattinum, Uragapuram, Bhutamangalam and Kanchipuram and the
    Mahavihara at Anuradapura, (Sri Lanka).
    While he was at Sri Lanka, he
    composed many Buddhist works such as Uttara-viniccaya Ruparupa Vibhaga
    Jinalankara etc. Buddhaghosha, contemporary of Buddhadatta also composed
    many Buddhist commentaries.
    Buddhaghosha
    is a Tamil monk, who made a remarkable contribution to Buddhism in Sri
    Lanka. He stayed and studied Buddhist precepts at Mahavihara in
    Anuradhapura. The Visuddhimagga was the first work of Buddhaghosha which
    was written while he was in Sri Lanka.

    After
    Buddhaghosha, the important Theravada monk from the Tamil country was
    Dhammapala. Dhammapala lived in the Mahavihara at Anuradhapura. He
    composed paramathadipani which was a commentary on Buddhaghosha’s work
    on Khuddaka Nikaya and Paramathamanjusa, which was a commentary on
    Buddhaghosha’s Visuddhimagga. A close study of the three Buddhist monks
    viz Buddhadatta, Buddhaghosha and Dhammapala shows that Tamil Buddhists
    were closely associated with the Sri Lankan Buddhists around the 5th
    century AD.

    The
    author of Nettipakarana is another Dhammapala who was a resident of a
    monastery in Nagapattinam, another important Buddhist centre from
    ancient times. One more example is the Cola monk Kassapa, in his Pali
    work, Vimatti-Vinodani, this Tamil monk provides interesting information
    about the rise of heretical views in the Cola Sangha and the consequent
    purification that took place. There are so many other Tamil monks who
    are attributed to the Pali works some of them were resident at
    Mayura-rupa-pattana (Mylapore, Madras) along with Buddhagosha.
    The
    Tamil Buddhist monks used Pali languages in preference to Tamil in
    their writings. This is because the Buddha spoke in Magadi Prakrit
    (Pali). Sanskrit is the sacred language of the Hindus, and similarly
    Pali is considered as the sacred language of the Buddhists. The well
    known Tamil Buddhist epics found were Manimekalai, Silappadhikaram,
    Valaiyapathi, Kundalakesi, and Jivaka Cintamani. Manimekalai, a purely
    Buddhist work of the 3rd Sangam period in Tamil literature is the most
    supreme and famous among the Buddhist work done in Tamil Nadu. It is a
    work expounding the doctrines and propagating the values of Buddhism.
    The interaction between Tamil Nadu and Sri Lankan monks finds mention in
    Manimekalai, which is set in the Tamil towns of Kaveipumpattinam,
    Kanchi, and Vanchi. There is mention about the presence of wondering
    monks of Sri Lanka in Vanchi, which was the capital of the Chera Kings
    of Tamil Nadu. The Chinese traveller, Tsuan Tsang, wrote that there were
    around 300 Sri Lankan monks in the monastery at the Southern sector of
    Kanchipuram. Ancient Kanchipuram, the capital of Tondaimandalam, ruled
    by the Tamil Pallava dynasty, an offshoot of Chola rulers was the major
    seat of Tamil learning and is also known as the city of thousand
    temples. Even Thirukkural, the ancient Tamil couplets/aphorisms
    celebrated by Tamils is based on Buddhist principals. Although Buddhism
    has become almost extinct from Tamil Nadu, it has contributed a great
    deal to the enrichment of Tamil culture and has exerted a significant
    influence, both directly and indirectly, on the Tamil religious and
    spiritual consciousness, present as well as past.

    Tamil Buddhism in Sri Lanka

    As
    Buddhism was one of the dominant religions in both Tamil Nadu and Sri
    Lanka, naturally there were very close relations between the two
    regions. The monks from Sri Lanka, too, went across to the Tamil kingdom
    and stayed in the monasteries. As Dr. Leslie Gunawardana says, `The
    co-operation between the Buddhist Sangha of South India and Sri Lanka
    produced important results which are evident in the Pali works of this
    period`. He also says that the Tamil Buddhist monks were more orthodox
    than their counterparts in Sri Lanka. Indeed, the relations between the
    Tamil and Sinhala Buddhist monks were so close that the latter sought
    the assistance of the former in political turmoil.

    In
    Sri Lanka, the Tamil Buddhists who followed Theravada Buddhism shared
    the common places of worship with the Sinhalese, but there were also
    Tamil Buddhists who were following the Mahayana Buddhism and they had
    their own Mahayana temples. There are still some Tamil Mahayana Buddhist
    establishments (Palli) in the east and possibly in the Jaffna
    peninsula. The best known was Velgam Vehera (see details below), which
    was renamed Rajaraja-perumpalli after the Cola emperor. Another was the
    Vikkirama-calamekan-perumpalli.

    Some
    ten miles northwest of Trincomalee off the Trincomalee - Horowupothana
    road is an ancient Buddhist shrine with origins dating back to the years
    before the second century. It is a historical fact that among the many
    ancient Buddhist shrines in Sri Lanka Velgam Vehera which was renamed
    Rajaraja-perumpalli, also called Natanar Kovil by the present day Tamils
    stands out as the only known example of a `Tamil Vihare or Buddhist
    Palli` or as the late Dr. Senerath Paranavithana described it in his
    book `Glimpses of Ceylon`s Past` as an `Ancient Buddhist shrine of the
    Tamil people`. Some of the Tamil inscriptions found at the site record
    donations to this shrine and are dated in the reigns of the Chola Kings,
    Rajaraja and Rajendradeva. It was his view that the date of the
    original foundation of the vihare was no doubt considerably earlier than
    the reign of King Bhatika Tissa II.

    The
    situation in Tamil Nadu, however, began to change towards the beginning
    of the 7th Century AD when the rise of Vaishnavism and Saivism posed a
    serious challenge to Buddhism and Jainism. There was a significant
    increase in Hindu/Brahmanical influence and soon the worship of Siva and
    Visnu began to gain prominence. The Buddhist and Jaina institutions in
    Tamil Nadu came under attack when they began to lose popular support and
    the patronage from the rulers. One result of this was the migration of
    Buddhist and Jaina monks and devoted lay members to kingdoms where they
    could find refuge. While the Jainas and Buddhists (mostly Mahayana) were
    able to go to Kannada and Andhra/Telugu regions, a large part of the
    Buddhists (Theravada) turned to Sri Lanka and assimilated with the local
    Buddhist population.

    Mahavihara monks of Anuradapura and the Pali chronicles

    Although
    Buddhism flourished in South India in ancient times, the 5th century AD
    Pali chronicles such as the Dipavamsa and Mahavamsa written by the
    Mahavihara monks of Anuradapura (Sri Lanka) remained silent about the
    introduction of Buddhism to South India. This is because, when
    Hindu/Brahmanism started reappearing in India and posed a threat to
    Buddhism, the Mahavihara monks of Anuradapura (Sri Lanka) due to their
    strong devotion to Buddhism and desire to consolidate and protect this
    religion in Sri Lanka wrote the Pali chronicles Deepavamsa/Mahavamsa
    just to glorify Buddhism and the Buddhist kings of Sri Lanka and not to
    record objectively what happened. The `Lion Ancestry` and the myths
    about the origin of the Sinhala race as pre-destined, true custodians of
    the island of Sri Lanka and guardians of Buddhism is a myth of the
    creative authors to protect Buddhism and is not the common true history.
    The ancient Sri Lankan Kingdom (Anuradapura) was ruled by both Buddhist
    and Hindu kings. There is no evidence what so ever to prove that they
    were Sinhala. An analysis of the Pali chronicles (Deepavamsa/Mahavamsa)
    makes it very clear that the Mahavihara monks who authored them in the
    5th century AD have created the ethnic identity Sinhala, yoked it with
    Buddhism and created a new ethno-religious identity in Sri Lanka known
    as Sinhala-Buddhist to sustain the religion in the country for 5000
    years.

    The
    ancient Brahmi inscriptions (before 7th century AD) in Tamil Nadu are
    in old Tamil where the Tamil names did not end with an ‘N’ or an ‘M’,
    but were very similar to those Sanskrit/Pali names. It was only after
    the 7th century AD, that the Tamil language adopted some changes to its
    Grammar, script, etc. and evolved into the present form. This might have
    happened after the Tamils developing what is commonly called as the
    pulli (dot) system which is peculiar to Tamils in particular among the
    Indian languages and due to this dot system the words/names ending with
    ‘A’ ends up with ‘N’ and ‘M’. This is the reason why, in the Pali
    chronicles and in the Brahmi stone inscriptions the names of the Tamil
    Kings of Anuradhapura were referred to as Sena, Guttika, Elara,
    Pulahatha, Bahiya, Panayamara, Parinda, Dathiya, etc and not as Senan,
    Guttikan, Ellalan, etc. Similarly in Tamil Nadu, the names of the
    ancient kings were referred to as Kulothunga Chola, Vikrma Chola, Aditya
    Chola, Kulasekara Pandya, Vira Wickrama Pandya, Parakrama Pandya,
    Sundara Pandya, etc.

    It
    is believed that most of the Tamil Buddhist literary work has been
    destroyed during religious controversies. The loss of Tamil Buddhist
    literature was a death blow to Tamil Buddhism. Apart from the Brahmi
    inscriptions and other archeological evidence found in Tamil Nadu and
    the available Tamil literary works, the Rock-Edicts of King Asoka also
    sheds much light on this subject. Even though the Pali chronicles did
    not mention the ethnic background of the ancient Sri Lankan Buddhists
    and the Buddhist kings right from Devanampiya Tissa, the Mahavamsa
    referred to the Non-Buddhist kings as Tamils (invaders).
    The above facts and
    the non-existence of Tamil Buddhists during the colonial period (due to
    the 10th century Chola invasion) led the 19th century European Pali
    scholars who translated the Pali chronicles to assume and subsequently
    the present day Sri Lankans to believe that the ancient Buddhists and
    the Buddhists Kings of Sri Lanka were Sinhalese.

    Unfortunately,
    today there are no Tamil Buddhists in Sri Lanka but the majority of the
    early Tamils of Sri Lanka (before the 10th century Chola invasion) were
    Buddhists. The ancient Buddhist remains in the North and East of Sri
    Lanka are the remnants left by the Tamil Buddhists and not anybody else.
    They are part of the heritage of Sri Lankan Tamils. Only the Buddhist
    temples, statues and structures build in the recent past and present in
    the North and East remain as Sinhala-Buddhist.

    Important Questions

    Sri
    Lankans must be aware of their past and open to its own people. Sri
    Lankans must believe that the Buddhist sites in Sri Lanka belongs to all
    people ove the world. They must be aware about the early Tamil
    Buddhists of Sri Lanka and Tamil Nadu.In Sri Lanka a Buddhist should be a
    Sinhalese and a Tamil.

    Not
    only the Indians but even the Sri Lankan Tamils must not give up
    Buddhism. For them to go back to Buddhism, has 2500 years of Buddhism in
    Sri Lanka (the so called Dhammadveepa) influenced any major changes in
    the Sinhala society (the so called guardians of Buddhism chosen by none
    other than the Buddha) in terms of attitude, character, behavior,
    morality and so on. Buddhist monks practicing Ahimsa (non-violence),
    Karuna (compassion), Metta (affection), and Maithriya (loving-kindness)
    towards fellow humans (irrespective of race/religion).
    Prof.
    Sunil Ariyaratne’s dream of future Tamil Buddhists is very genuine and
    apt during this period. As he says, it may recreate the togetherness,
    the common bond that once existed between the Sinhalese and Tamils. It
    will not be a surprise if Nanda Malini sings about the Damila Buddhayo
    of the past and the future but can his dream materialize? Of course,
    miracles do happen; Martin Luther King Junior’s dream came true so let
    us have some hope.

    The
    great Maurya emperor Ashoka had erected a Buddhist stupa in present-day
    Kancheepuram in the third century BC when the city was an early
    Buddhist settlement.

    A
    seven-foot high Buddha sculpture in the Kamakshi temple stands
    testimony to the strong influence of Buddhismin the region. The
    stylistic pattern shows that it’s from the third century BC.
    The
    city of Kanchi was known as ‘Kanchimudur’ under the chieftain
    Thondaiman Ilanthiryan who ruled the region during the first century AD.

    A
    long Tamil poem “Perumpanarupadai” sung by poet Kadiyalur Rudran
    Kannanar gives a graphic description of Kanchi city. Karikala Chola
    brought Kanchi under his control in the second century and it was from
    the third century that the Pallavas started ruling Kancheepuram.

    The
    most ancient temple still surviving here is the Kailasantha temple
    built by Narasimhavarman during the seventh century AD. “In 1961, some
    beautiful pillars inside the temple,with inscriptions, were pulled down.

    To prevent further damage to the structure. The pillars are in the Government Museum in Egmore at the entrance.

    āŪ•āŪŸāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŽāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪŪāŊ

    āŪ…āŪĐāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪīāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪĢāŪ°āŊāŪĩāŊ āŪšāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ, āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ•āŪąāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ; āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ
    āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪšāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪĢāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ; āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪļāŪļāŊ āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪļāŪļāŊ āŪĪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĩāŊ€āŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ. āŪ…āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ’āŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊˆ
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ.

    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪ‰āŪąāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ

    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊ
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪŋāŪ•āŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪ‰āŪąāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ
    āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪĩāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ, āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸ āŪ†āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĻāŪĐāŊāŪąāŪŋ.

    āŪĩāŪ°āŪēāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŊ
    āŪ‡āŪĢāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŪĢāŊāŪ•āŪĩāŪ°āŊ āŪ•āŪĪāŊˆ - āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŊ†āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŊ†āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŠāŊŠāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪēāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪ‡āŪŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪŠāŊ‡āŪ°āŪūāŪšāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŪ°āŪūāŪĐ āŪŸāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪ°āŊ āŪ·āŊ āŪđāŪŋāŪ•āŊ‹āŪšāŊ‡āŪ•āŊ, 1989 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊ āŪžāŪūāŪŊāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪīāŪŪāŊˆ
    āŪžāŪūāŪŊāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪīāŪŪāŊˆ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪ†āŪšāŪŋāŪŊ āŪ†āŪŊāŊāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĻāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪĩāŪĐāŪŪāŊ: a āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŊ‹āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ. āŪŸāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪ°āŊ
    āŪđāŪŋāŪ•āŊ‹āŪšāŪūāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ†āŪŊāŊāŪĩāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊˆāŪĩāŪ°āŊ āŪ†āŪŊāŊāŪĩāŊ āŪ…āŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŊ.

    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪ†āŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ•āŪūāŪē āŪ•āŪēāŊāŪĩāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ‚āŪ°āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŪāŪūāŪĩāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪ‡āŪŊāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊˆ
    āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪ‡āŪŊāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ, āŪŪāŊ‚āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ•āŪŋ.āŪŪāŊ.
    āŪŪāŊ‚āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪšāŊŠāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŊ. āŪĪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŪāŪūāŪĢāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ•āŪĢāŪŋāŪšāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪ†āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģāŪĐāŪ°āŊ. āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪŪāŪŋ āŪ•āŪēāŊāŪĩāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ•āŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪūāŪēāŊ, āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪŸ āŪĩāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊ.
    āŪŽāŪĩāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪąāŪūāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪŽāŪŠāŪŋāŪšāŪūāŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊ āŪšāŪūāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‰āŪąāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪūāŪ•āŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ,
    āŪ…āŪĪāŊ āŪ…āŪšāŊ‹āŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪŪāŪŋāŪ·āŪĐāŪ°āŪŋ āŪŪāŊ‹āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪ (āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪĐāŊ āŪŽāŪĐ āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ),
    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪŪāŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪąāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŪēāŪūāŪŪāŊ. āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŪĪāŊ
    āŪ°āŪūāŪ•āŊ-āŪŽāŪŸāŪŋāŪŸāŊ āŪŽāŪĢāŊ III, āŪ•āŪŋāŪ™āŊ āŪ…āŪšāŊ‹āŪ•āŪū āŪĪāŪĐāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪœāŪŊāŪū āŪ•āŊ‹āŪēāŪūāŪļāŊ, āŪŠāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŠāŪūāŪĐāŪŋ (āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ) āŪ°āŪūāŪœāŊāŪŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪĐāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪœāŪŊ āŪĻāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪĩāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪĩāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŊ†āŪ·āŪūāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ…āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŽāŪŸāŪŋāŪŸāŊ āŪŽāŪĢāŊ XIII,
    āŪ…āŪšāŊ‹āŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŪŊāŪĢāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģāŪĪāŊ. āŪ•āŊ‹āŪēāŪū, āŪŠāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪū āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪĪāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŠāŪūāŪĐāŪŋ āŪ†āŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĩāŪąāŊāŪąāŊˆāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŸāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ. āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ
    āŪ•āŪēāŊāŪĩāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ 258 B.C. āŪ‡āŪēāŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊ. āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋ
    āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŸāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪ†āŪšāŊ‹āŪ•āŊāŪļāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŪŊāŪĢāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊ āŪĻāŊ‡āŪ°āŪŸāŪŋ āŪ†āŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ. āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ
    āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŪĢāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĩāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ, ​​āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪĪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŪ°āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪšāŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪē
    āŪĻāŪŋāŪ•āŪīāŊāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪ•āŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŪ°āŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ†āŪĐāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪĪāŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪŪāŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ
    āŪŠāŊŠāŪąāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪĐ āŪ…āŪšāŊ‹āŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ°āŪūāŪœāŪūāŪĩāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ. āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪēāŊāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪīāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪ°āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪĪāŪēāŊˆāŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪūāŪĐ āŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪ°āŪŋāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪāŪīāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪđāŪūāŪ°āŪļāŊˆ āŪŪāŪđāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŪūāŪ• āŪ•āŊ‚āŪąāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪŸāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪ°āŊ
    āŪđāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ‹āŪšāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŪŋ, āŪŠāŊŠāŪĪāŊ āŪ…āŪŠāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŪūāŪąāŪūāŪ•, āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪēāŪūāŪŪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĪāŊ
    āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĩāŪīāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪŽāŪģāŪŋāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪēāŪūāŪŪāŊ. āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪū āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ
    āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ‡āŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊ‡āŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪ•āŪēāŪūāŪšāŊāŪšāŪūāŪ° āŪ‰āŪąāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ‡, āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ
    āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ‡āŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊ‡āŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪ•āŪēāŪūāŪšāŊāŪšāŪūāŪ° āŪ‰āŪąāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ‡, āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ
    āŪŠāŊ†āŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪĻāŪŸāŪĩāŪŸāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ‹ āŪ…āŪēāŊāŪēāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪŸāŪŪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ‹
    āŪ…āŪēāŊāŪēāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪŸāŪŪāŊ‹ āŪšāŊ†āŪēāŊāŪĩāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪēāŪūāŪŪāŊ, āŪŸāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪ°āŊ.

    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊ
    āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪĩāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŪūāŪ• āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪĪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪū
    (āŪ†āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŪū) āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪĩāŪ°āŪēāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪšāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŪŋ, āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ 3 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ
    āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ€āŪĪāŊ āŪĩāŪēāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪĐ āŪĪāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪāŪąāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊ.
    āŪ…āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŪ°āŪĩāŪēāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŪ°āŪĩāŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪ†āŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪģāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ†āŪĪāŪ°āŪĩāŊˆ āŪĩāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪĻāŪūāŪĐāŊāŪ•āŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ’āŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸ
    āŪ•āŪĩāŊ‡āŪ°āŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪŸāŪūāŪēāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŽāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŽāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪģāŊāŪģ
    āŪŽāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ†āŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ•āŪūāŪē āŪĪāŊŠāŪēāŊāŪŠāŊŠāŪ°āŊāŪģāŊ
    āŪ†āŪ°āŪūāŪŊāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŪūāŪ• āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŪāŊ, āŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪ°āŪŋāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŪŪāŊ,
    āŪ‰āŪ°āŪĩāŪŠāŊāŪ° (āŪŊāŊ‚āŪ°āŪūāŪŊāŊāŊ‚āŪ°āŊ) āŪŪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊ āŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪą āŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪ°āŊˆ āŪ†āŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĩāŊˆ
    āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪŪāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŪēāŊāŪēāŪūāŪŪāŪēāŊ, āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪ•āŪąāŊāŪąāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊ āŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪ•
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐ. āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĻāŪūāŪĪāŪŪāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŪēāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪą āŪšāŪŋāŪąāŊ āŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪšāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ•āŊ‹āŪĢāŪŪāŊ, āŪŪāŪŊāŊāŪ°āŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŪāŊ, āŪ…āŪēāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋ,
    āŪ•āŊāŪĩāŊ‚āŪŪāŊ, āŪšāŪūāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪŊāŊ, āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪēāŪŋāŪŊāŊ‚āŪ°āŊ āŪ†āŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĩāŊˆ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐ.

    āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĪāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊ
    āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪšāŪŪāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ, āŪ‰āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŪū-āŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŪŋāŪ•āŪūāŪšāŪūāŪŊāŪū āŪ°āŊ‚āŪŠāŪ°āŊāŪĩāŊ āŪ‰āŪŠāŪ•āŪū āŪœāŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪū
    āŪœāŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪ°āŪū āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĐāŊāŪą āŪŠāŪē āŪŠāŊ†āŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪ‰āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪĐāŪūāŪ°āŊ

    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŊ‹āŪšāŊ
    āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋ, āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŸāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŊāŪ•
    āŪŠāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊˆ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪ°āŪūāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪđāŪ°āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪģāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊ
    āŪĪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪŸāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŊ‹āŪ·āŊ‹āŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŊ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪēāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪĩāŪŋāŪšāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊ
    āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ.

    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŊ‹āŪ·āŪŋāŪŊāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ
    āŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪ°āŊ, āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪūāŪĩāŪūāŪŸāŪū āŪŪāŊ‹āŪĐāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪū.
    āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪ°āŪūāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪđāŪ°āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŊāŪŪāŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪū āŪĩāŪūāŪīāŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪŠāŊ†āŪģāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŪū āŪĻāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪŊāŪū
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪ°āŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪžāŊāŪšāŪūāŪļāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŊ‹āŪļāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪēāŊˆ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪĢāŪĐāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ•
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŊ‹āŪļāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪļāŊāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŪāŪ•āŪū āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪĢāŪĐāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ. āŪŪāŊ‚āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ
    āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪļāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪū, āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŊ‹āŪšāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪū āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ
    āŪĻāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪ†āŪŊāŊāŪĩāŊ 5 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŪūāŪĐ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ
    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĻāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĐāŪ°āŊ.
    āŪĻāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŪ•āŪūāŪ°āŪĐāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪģāŪ°āŊ āŪĻāŪūāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŪŸāŪūāŪēāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪģāŪ°āŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪ
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊŠāŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪū, āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊŠāŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪ‰āŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŪĢāŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪ•āŊ‹āŪēāŪū āŪŪāŊ‹āŪĐāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪļāŪūāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪū, āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ
    āŪĩāŊ‡āŪēāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ, āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪēāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŪāŊ‹āŪĐāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪēāŪū āŪšāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ
    āŪđāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪ•āŪēāŊ āŪ•āŪ°āŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊ āŪšāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ°āŪļāŊāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪĪāŪ•āŪĩāŪēāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ
    āŪĩāŪīāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪ°āŪĢāŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŪē āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪŠāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŪū-āŪ°āŊ‚āŪŠāŪū-āŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŪū (āŪŪāŊˆāŪēāŪūāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ‚āŪ°āŊ, āŪšāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŊˆ) āŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪđāŪūāŪ•āŊ‹āŪ·āŪūāŪĩāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ
    āŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŊ‡āŪąāŪŋāŪĐāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ.

    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ
    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪŊāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋ āŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪŪāŊˆ āŪ…āŪģāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŪ°āŊ. āŪāŪĐāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĪāŪŋ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĪāŪŋ
    (āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ) āŪŠāŊ‡āŪšāŪŋāŪĐāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪšāŪŪāŪļāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĪāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĪāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĪāŊ‡āŪŠāŊ‹āŪēāŊ
    āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĪ āŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪ•āŪ°āŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪĻāŪĐāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸ
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪĐāŪŋāŪŪāŊ‡āŪēāŊˆ, āŪšāŪŋāŪēāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŪŋāŪ•āŪ°āŪūāŪŪāŊ, āŪĩāŪūāŪēāŪŠāŪĪāŪŋ, āŪ•āŊāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪēāŊ‡āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋ,
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪœāŊ€āŪĩāŪ• āŪšāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĐāŪŋ āŪ†āŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĩāŊˆ āŪ•āŪūāŪĢāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĐ. āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ 3 āŪĩāŪĪāŊ
    āŪšāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪēāŊˆ Manimekalai
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪēāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪŋāŪ• āŪ‰āŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪīāŊāŪŠāŊ†āŪąāŊāŪąāŪĪāŊ.
    āŪ‡āŪĪāŊ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪŸāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪĩāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪĩāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪēāŊˆ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŪāŪĪāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪŠāŪ°āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪū āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊ‡āŪŊāŪūāŪĐ
    āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ Manimekalai āŪ‡āŪēāŊ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŸāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊˆāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪĢāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ
    āŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪŪāŊˆāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĪāŊ.
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊ‡āŪ°āŪū āŪ•āŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪļāŊ āŪĪāŪēāŊˆāŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪĩāŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪšāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŊˆāŪŊāŊˆāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŸāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĪāŊ. āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŪāŊ
    āŪĪāŊ†āŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪŸāŪūāŪēāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ 300 āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪšāŊ€āŪĐ āŪŠāŪŊāŪĢāŪŋ,
    āŪšāŊāŪšāŪūāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊāŪ™āŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŪēāŊāŪēāŪūāŪĩāŪū āŪĩāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪ†āŪģāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪŸāŊ‹āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŪāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪēāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŪēāŊˆāŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŪāŊ, āŪšāŊ‹āŪī āŪ†āŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪģāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ
    āŪŠāŊāŪąāŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪĪāŪūāŪĐ āŪ†āŪšāŪĐāŪŪāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪŪāŊ‡āŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ†āŪŊāŪŋāŪ°āŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪŪāŪūāŪ•āŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪ•āŊ‚āŪŸ āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊāŪū, āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪœāŊ‹āŪŸāŪŋ /
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪūāŪŸāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪīāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĩāŪīāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪ…āŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ•āŪ•āŊ
    āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪĩāŊˆ. āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŸāŊāŪŸ āŪ…āŪīāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸ
    āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ…āŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪ•āŪēāŪūāŪšāŊāŪšāŪūāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪąāŪŋāŪĩāŊ‚āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪēāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊˆ
    āŪ…āŪģāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĪāŊ.

    āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ

    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊ
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŪāŊ‡āŪēāŪūāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪŪāŪĪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪŊāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ•āŪĩāŊ‡ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊ‡ āŪŪāŪŋāŪ• āŪĻāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪūāŪĐ
    āŪ‰āŪąāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐ. āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪŸ, āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŪūāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪšāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪŪāŪŸāŪūāŪēāŪŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ. āŪŸāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪ°āŊ. āŪēāŊ†āŪļāŊāŪēāŪŋ āŪ•āŊāŪĢāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪĪāŪĐ, āŪĪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊ
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪšāŪūāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ‡āŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊ‡āŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪ’āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪīāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ
    āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŊ†āŪģāŪŋāŪĩāŪūāŪĐ āŪŪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪ‰āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊ.
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪšāŪ•āŪĩāŪūāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĩāŪŋāŪŸ āŪ…āŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪŪāŪūāŪĐ
    āŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŪūāŪ• āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ, āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ‡āŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŪūāŪĐ āŪ‰āŪąāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪŋāŪ• āŪĻāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐ,
    āŪŠāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊˆāŪŊāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ…āŪ°āŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪēāŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪģāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪūāŪģāŊ āŪ‰āŪĪāŪĩāŪŋāŪŊāŊˆāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊ‡āŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ.

    āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ,
    āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪūāŪŸāŪū āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪĩāŪĐāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŪūāŪĐ
    āŪĩāŪĢāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊŠāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪĐ āŪ‡āŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪŠāŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŪ°āŊ, āŪ†āŪĐāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪŊāŪĐ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ
    āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĩāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŪ°āŊ, āŪŪāŊ‡āŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪŊāŪūāŪĐāŪū
    āŪ•āŊ‹āŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŪ°āŊ. āŪ•āŪŋāŪīāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪē āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪŊāŪūāŪĐāŪū āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪĻāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪĩāŪĐāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ (āŪŠāŪēāŊāŪēāŪŋ) āŪ‡āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŊāŪūāŪīāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪĢ āŪĪāŊ€āŪŠāŪ•āŪąāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐ. āŪšāŪŋāŪąāŪĻāŊāŪĪ
    āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸ Velgam Vehera (āŪ•āŊ€āŪīāŊ‡ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪĩāŪŋāŪĩāŪ°āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪĢāŊāŪ•), āŪ•āŊ‹āŪēāŪū
    āŪŠāŊ‡āŪ°āŪ°āŪšāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪąāŪ•āŊ āŪ°āŪūāŪœāŪ°āŪūāŪœāŪū-āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪģāŊāŪģāŪŋ āŪŽāŪĐ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪŸāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊ. āŪ‡āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŊŠāŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪ°āŊ
    āŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŪŪ-āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪŪāŊ‡āŪ•āŪĐāŊ-āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪģāŊāŪģāŪŋ āŪ†āŪĩāŪūāŪ°āŊ.

    āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊ‹āŪĢāŪŪāŪēāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊ‹āŪĢāŪŪāŪēāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊ‹āŪĢāŪŪāŪēāŊˆ
    āŪĩāŪŸāŪŪāŊ‡āŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŊˆāŪēāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ - āŪđāŊŠāŪ°āŊŠāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŪĐāŪū āŪšāŪūāŪēāŊˆ āŪ‡āŪ°āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŊ‡
    āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŊ‡ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪšāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪĪāŪŪāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ. āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪū-āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪģāŊāŪģāŪŋ
    āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪą āŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŠāŪē āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪĩāŊˆ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĩāŪ°āŪēāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŊ
    āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĪāŊ āŪ°āŪūāŪœāŪ°āŪūāŪœāŪū-āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪģāŊāŪģāŪŋ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪą āŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĻāŪŸāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪ…āŪīāŊˆāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĩāŪ°āŪēāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŸāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪ°āŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪĐāŊ†āŪ°āŪūāŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŪ°āŪūāŪĻāŪĩāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĐ, āŪĪāŪĐāŪĪāŊ
    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ “āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪ†āŪēāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪ•āŪŸāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŪūāŪē
    ‘āŪ•āŊāŪģāŪŋāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŊāŪļāŊāŪļāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪĐāŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪĩāŪ°āŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ. āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪšāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĪāŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŠāŪĪāŪŋāŪĩāŊ āŪĻāŪĐāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪē āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪ•āŪēāŊāŪĩāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪšāŊ‹āŪī āŪŪāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪĐ āŪ°āŪūāŪœāŪ°āŪūāŪœāŪū
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ°āŪūāŪœāŊ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŪŸāŊ‡āŪĩāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ†āŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŊ‡āŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪŸāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĐ. āŪĩāŪŋāŪđāŪūāŪ°āŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ…āŪšāŪēāŊ
    āŪ…āŪŸāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŊ‡āŪĪāŪŋ āŪ•āŪŋāŪ™āŊ āŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪ•āŪū āŪĪāŪŋāŪļāŊāŪļ II āŪ‡āŪĐāŊ āŪ†āŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŊˆāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪ•āŪĢāŪŋāŪšāŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪĪāŪūāŪ•āŪĩāŊ‡ āŪšāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ‡āŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪ•āŪ°āŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊ.


    āŪ†āŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊ,
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪĻāŪŋāŪēāŊˆāŪŪāŊˆ 7 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ,
    āŪĩāŊˆāŪ·āŊāŪĢāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪšāŊˆāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ,
    āŪœāŊˆāŪĐāŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŊ€āŪĩāŪŋāŪ°āŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪšāŪĩāŪūāŪēāŊˆ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪĩāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ, ​​7 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊ. āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ / āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŪāŪĐāŪūāŪĐ āŪšāŊ†āŪēāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ•āŪĢāŪŋāŪšāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ
    āŪ…āŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪ°āŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ āŪāŪąāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊ, āŪĩāŪŋāŪ°āŊˆāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪĩāŪū āŪĩāŪīāŪŋāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪ·āŊ āŪĩāŪīāŪŋāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊ āŪ†āŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĩāŊˆ
    āŪŪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪąāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪĐ. āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪœāŊˆāŪĐ
    āŪĻāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪĩāŪĐāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ†āŪĪāŪ°āŪĩāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ†āŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪģāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪŸāŪŪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ†āŪĪāŪ°āŪĩāŪūāŪģāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪ‡āŪīāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪēāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŊ€āŪīāŊ āŪĩāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŪ°āŊ. āŪ‡āŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪģāŊˆāŪĩāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪœāŊˆāŪĐāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪŸāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĐāŪ°āŊ. āŪœāŊ†āŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ (āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪŊāŪūāŪĐāŪū) āŪ•āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŸ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ†āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŪū / āŪĪāŊ†āŪēāŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊ
    āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪēāŊāŪē āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ, ​​āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ (āŪĪāŊ‹āŪĩāŪ°āŪūāŪŸāŪū) āŪ’āŪ°āŊ
    āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪŊ āŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģāŊ‚āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊŠāŪ•āŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŊ āŪ‡āŪĢāŊˆāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŪ°āŊ.

    āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪ°āŪūāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪĻāŪūāŪģāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪšāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪđāŪūāŪ°āŪū āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ

    āŪĪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪĪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĩāŪģāŪ°āŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸ āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ, 5 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ
    āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊ āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪ°āŪūāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪđāŪūāŪ°āŪū āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸ āŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŪūāŪŪāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪū
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪĩāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪū āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĐāŊāŪą 5 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪģāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ° āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪĻāŪūāŪģāŪūāŪ•āŪŪāŪŪāŊ,
    āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪŪāŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋ āŪ…āŪŪāŊˆāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ•
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊ. āŪāŪĐāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪēāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ / āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪŪāŪĢāŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŊ€āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋ,
    āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪđāŪūāŪ°āŪū āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĩāŪēāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪĐ āŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŊˆāŪ•āŊ
    āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸ āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪĩāŪđāŪūāŪ°āŪū āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ’āŪ°āŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪĢāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ,
    āŪŠāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŪūāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ†āŪšāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪūāŪēāŊ, āŪŠāŪēāŪŋ āŪĻāŪūāŪģāŪūāŪ•āŪŪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊ€āŪŠāŪĩāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪū /
    āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪĩāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪū āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪ…āŪ°āŪšāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪŋāŪŪāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋ,
    āŪŠāŊāŪąāŪĻāŪŋāŪēāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪĐ āŪĻāŪŸāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŊˆ āŪŠāŪĪāŪŋāŪĩāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ. āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģ āŪŠāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪĪāŊ‹āŪąāŊāŪąāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŠāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪēāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪŠāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪēāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪŠāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŪūāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪŠāŊŠāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪĐ āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪĩāŪ°āŪēāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪēāŊāŪē. āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪ‡āŪ°āŪūāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŊ (āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪ°āŪūāŪŠāŊ‚āŪ°āŪū)
    āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ°āŪūāŪœāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪ†āŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊ. āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŪāŊ
    āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪĻāŪŋāŪ°āŊ‚āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪŽāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ†āŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ. āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪĻāŪūāŪģāŪūāŪ•āŪŪāŪŪāŊ (āŪĪāŊ€āŪŠāŪĩāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪū / āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪĩāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪū)
    āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŊāŊāŪĩāŊ 5 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪąāŊāŪąāŊˆ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪđāŪūāŪ°āŪū āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ‰āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊ āŪŪāŪđāŪūāŪĩāŪđāŪūāŪ°āŪū āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŊ āŪ…āŪĪāŊˆāŪĪāŊ
    āŪĪāŊ‚āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ, āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊ āŪ‡āŪĐāŪ°āŊ€āŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪ…āŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ
    āŪ‰āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĐāŪ°āŊ 5000 āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪ• āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĩāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪģ
    āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ.

    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪŪāŪŋ āŪ•āŪēāŊāŪĩāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ (7 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊ) āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ
    āŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ ‘n’ āŪ…āŪēāŊāŪēāŪĪāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ ‘āŪŽāŪŪāŊ’ āŪ‰āŪŸāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĩāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĩāŪ°āŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ, āŪ†āŪĐāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪĻāŊāŪĪ
    āŪšāŪŪāŪļāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĪ / āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŊ‹āŪēāŪĩāŊ‡ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐ. āŪ‡āŪĪāŊ 7 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ‡ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊ, āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋ āŪ…āŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĢāŪŪāŊ, āŪļāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŸāŊ, āŪŪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŪŋāŪŊāŪĐ
    āŪšāŪŋāŪē āŪŪāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪąāŊāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊˆāŪŊ āŪĩāŪŸāŪŋāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŊ.
    āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊ āŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪ• āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪšāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŪŪāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŪūāŪ•āŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŸāŪūāŪŸāŊ
    āŪ…āŪŪāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪ°āŪĢāŪŪāŪūāŪ•āŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ, ‘āŪ’āŪ°āŊ’ āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĩāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊ / āŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ ‘n āŪ‰āŪŸāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĩāŪŸāŊˆāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ ‘āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ’ āŪŽāŪŪāŊ ‘. āŪ…āŪĻāŊāŪ°āŪūāŪĪāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪ…āŪ°āŪšāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪĻāŪūāŪģāŪūāŪ•āŪŪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪŪāŪŋ āŪļāŊāŪŸāŊ‹āŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŪēāŊāŪĩāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ,
    āŪšāŊ†āŪĐāŪū, āŪ•āŊāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪū, āŪŽāŪēāŪūāŪ°āŪū, āŪŠāŪđāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪū, āŪŠāŪđāŪŋāŪŊāŪū, āŪŠāŪūāŪĐāŪŪāŪ°āŪū, āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŪŋāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪū, āŪŸāŊ‡āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪū
    āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪĩāŊˆ, āŪšāŊ†āŪĐāŪĐāŊ āŪ…āŪēāŊāŪē, āŪ•āŊāŪēāŊ‹āŪĪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪū āŪšāŊ‹āŪīāŪ°āŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ°āŪŪāŪū āŪšāŊ‹āŪīāŪ°āŊ, āŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ°āŪŪāŪū āŪŠāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪū,
    āŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ°āŪŪāŪū āŪŠāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪū, āŪ•āŊāŪēāŪšāŊ‡āŪ•āŪ°āŪū āŪŠāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪū, āŪšāŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪ° āŪŠāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪū, āŪŠāŪ°āŪ•āŪūāŪ°āŪū āŪŠāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪū,
    āŪšāŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŪū āŪŠāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪū āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĐāŊāŪą āŪ•āŊāŪēāŊ‹āŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪĐāŊ, āŪŽāŪēāŊāŪēāŪūāŪēāŪĐāŊ, āŪŠāŪīāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪē āŪ…āŪ°āŪšāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŠāŊ†āŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ.

    āŪŪāŪĪ
    āŪšāŪ°āŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪūāŪĐāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪ…āŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĪāŪūāŪ• āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ‡āŪīāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŪ°āŪĢ āŪĪāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊ. āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪ•āŪūāŪĢāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪŪāŪŋ āŪ•āŪēāŊāŪĩāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪą āŪĪāŊŠāŪēāŊāŪŠāŊŠāŪ°āŊāŪģāŊ āŪ†āŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪĪāŪĩāŪŋāŪ°, āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪĩāŪŋāŪ°, āŪ…āŪšāŊ‹āŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ°āŪūāŪ•āŊ-āŪŽāŪŸāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪļāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ
    āŪĩāŪŋāŪ·āŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪŋāŪ•āŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŊ†āŪģāŪŋāŪšāŊāŪšāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪū
    āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŊ‡āŪĩāŪūāŪĐāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŊ āŪĪāŪŋāŪļāŊāŪļāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪū āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪļāŊ āŪĩāŪēāŪĪāŊāŪšāŪūāŪ°āŪŋ āŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪĢāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪĻāŪūāŪģāŪūāŪ•āŪŪāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŸāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ
    āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪū āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ…āŪēāŊāŪēāŪūāŪĪāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    (āŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪģāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ) āŪŽāŪĐ āŪ•āŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŸāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ.

    āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪĐāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩ āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    (10 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊ‹āŪīāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪ°āŪĢāŪŪāŪūāŪ•) āŪŪāŊ‡āŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ‚āŪąāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸ āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐ, 19 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪāŪ°āŊ‹āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪžāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ 19 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ
    āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪāŪ°āŊ‹āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪēāŪŋ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪžāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪĩāŪīāŪŋāŪĻāŪŸāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊ. āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ.


    āŪĪāŊāŪ°āŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ·āŊāŪŸāŪĩāŪšāŪŪāŪūāŪ•,
    āŪ‡āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ, āŪ†āŪĐāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪ†āŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ•āŪūāŪē āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊˆ (10 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊ‹āŪīāŪŠāŊ
    āŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪ°āŊ) āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŪ°āŊ. āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĩāŪŸāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪ•āŪŋāŪīāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŽāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŽāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪŪāŊ€āŪĪāŪŪāŊāŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŪāŊ€āŪĪāŪŪāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ…āŪēāŊāŪē. āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģāŪĐāŪ°āŊ. āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ, āŪšāŪŋāŪēāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŪāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪšāŪŪāŊ€āŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊ āŪ•āŪŸāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŊ†āŪīāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪŸāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŪŋāŪīāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪĪāŪąāŊāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ.

    āŪŪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊ āŪ•āŊ‡āŪģāŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ

    āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪ•āŪŸāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ…āŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪšāŊŠāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ
    āŪĪāŪŋāŪąāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ. āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŠāŊ†āŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪĪāŪģāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ…āŪĐāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ‡
    āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ“āŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪąāŪĐ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠ āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ. āŪļāŊāŪ°āŊ€āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪū āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊāŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ†āŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ•āŪūāŪē āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•
    āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ. āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪ†āŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•
    āŪĩāŊ‡āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ.

    āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ
    āŪŪāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŪēāŊāŪēāŪūāŪŪāŪēāŊ, āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪŸ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪŸāŪūāŪĪāŊ.
    āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪšāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪēāŊāŪēāŊāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŪŋ, āŪ‡āŪēāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ 2500 āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪŪāŪĪāŪŪāŊ (āŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŊ€āŪŠāŪū āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ…āŪīāŊˆāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŠāŪĩāŊˆ) āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģ āŪšāŪŪāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŽāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊ
    āŪŪāŪūāŪąāŊāŪąāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ (āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪēāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ) āŪ…āŪĢāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊāŪąāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪ…āŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ, āŪŠāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŪŪāŊ, āŪĻāŪŸāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ, āŪ…āŪąāŪĻāŊ†āŪąāŪŋ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŪē. āŪ…āŪđāŊˆāŪŪāŊāŪšāŪū (āŪ…āŪēāŊāŪēāŪūāŪĪ
    āŪĩāŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊāŪąāŊˆ), āŪ•āŪ°āŊāŪĢāŪū (āŪ‡āŪ°āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŊ), āŪŪāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪū (āŪŠāŪūāŪšāŪŪāŊ), āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪū (āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪĐ āŪĪāŪŊāŪĩāŊˆ)
    āŪšāŪ• āŪŪāŪĐāŪŋāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ (āŪ‡āŪĐāŪŪāŊ / āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪŠāŊŠāŪ°āŊāŪŸāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪŪāŪēāŊ) āŪŠāŪŊāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪģāŪĪāŊāŪĪ
    āŪĪāŊāŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ.

    āŪŠāŊ‡āŪ°āŪūāŪšāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŪ°āŊ
    āŪšāŊāŪĐāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĐāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŪĐāŪĩāŊ āŪŽāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪē āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŪĐāŪĩāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ
    āŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪŋāŪ•āŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊŠāŪ°āŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŊ. āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ,
    āŪ…āŪĪāŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪąāŊˆ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŊŠāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪĐ
    āŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ, āŪ’āŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊˆ āŪŪāŊ€āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪēāŪūāŪŪāŊ. āŪĻāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪū āŪŪāŪūāŪēāŪŋāŪĐāŪŋ āŪ•āŪŸāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŪūāŪē
    āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŸāŪŪāŪŋāŪēāŪū āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪŊāŊ‹ āŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŪŋ āŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪūāŪ°āŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪēāŊ, āŪ…āŪĪāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ
    āŪ†āŪšāŊāŪšāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪ• āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĪāŊ, āŪ†āŪĐāŪūāŪēāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊ āŪ•āŪĐāŪĩāŊ āŪ’āŪīāŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŪū?
    āŪĻāŪŋāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪ•, āŪ…āŪąāŊāŪŠāŊāŪĪāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĻāŪŸāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊ; āŪŪāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪēāŊ‚āŪĪāŪ°āŊ āŪ•āŪŋāŪ™āŊ āŪœāŊ‚āŪĐāŪŋāŪŊāŪ°āŊ āŪ•āŪĐāŪĩāŊ
    āŪĻāŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ•āŪŋāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊ, āŪŽāŪĐāŪĩāŊ‡ āŪšāŪŋāŪē āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪĻāŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŊ‹āŪŪāŊ.

    āŪ•āŪŋ.āŪŪāŊ. āŪŪāŊ‚āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊˆāŪŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪĪāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪ…āŪ·āŊ‹āŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŊˆ āŪ…āŪŪāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪūāŪ°āŊ.
    āŪ•āŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ·āŪŋ
    āŪ•āŊ‹āŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪāŪīāŊ āŪ…āŪŸāŪŋ āŪ‰āŪŊāŪ°āŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪŠāŪŪāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŪĢāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪĩāŪēāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪĐ
    āŪšāŊ†āŪēāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ āŪšāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪģāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪ•āŪŋ.āŪŪāŊ. āŪŪāŊ‚āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪūāŪĐāŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪļāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪēāŪūāŪĐ āŪŪāŊāŪąāŊˆ āŪ•āŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ.

    āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪŪāŊ ‘āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŪāŊāŪĪāŊ‚āŪ°āŊ’ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŪīāŊˆāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪēāŊˆāŪšāŪŋāŪąāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪĪāŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊˆāŪŪāŪĐāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪūāŪĢāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĐāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŊ€āŪīāŊ ‘āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŪāŊāŪĪāŊ‚āŪ°āŊ’ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ…āŪīāŊˆāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĪāŊ.

    āŪ’āŪ°āŊ
    āŪĻāŊ€āŪĢāŊāŪŸ āŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪ•āŪĩāŪŋāŪĪāŊˆ “Perumpanarupadai” Poet Kadiyalur Rudran āŪ•āŪĢāŊāŪĢāŪĐāŪūāŪ°āŪŋāŪĐāŊ
    āŪŠāŪūāŪļāŊ āŪ•āŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪĻāŪ•āŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŪūāŪƒāŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪģāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ•āŊŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ. āŪ•āŪ°āŪŋāŪ•āŪūāŪēāŪū āŪšāŊ‹āŪīāŪ°āŊ
    āŪ‡āŪ°āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŪĐāŪĪāŊ āŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪ•āŊ€āŪīāŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪĪāŪĐāŪĪāŊ
    āŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪ•āŊ€āŪīāŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŊ, āŪ‡āŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪĐāŊāŪąāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ
    āŪŠāŪēāŊāŪēāŪūāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪžāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ†āŪģāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪŊāŪĪāŊ.
    āŪāŪīāŪūāŪŪāŊ
    āŪĻāŊ‚āŪąāŊāŪąāŪūāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ āŪĻāŪūāŪ°āŪšāŪŋāŪŪāŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊ āŪ•āŊˆāŪēāŪūāŪšāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŪŋāŪ•āŪĩāŊāŪŪāŊ
    āŪŠāŪīāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŪūāŪĐāŪĪāŊ. “1961 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ, āŪ•āŊ‹āŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊāŪģāŊ āŪšāŪŋāŪē āŪ…āŪīāŪ•āŪūāŪĐ āŪĪāŊ‚āŪĢāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ,
    āŪ•āŪēāŊāŪĩāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪŸāŪĐāŊ āŪ‡āŪīāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪĐ.

    āŪ•āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŪāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŊ‡āŪēāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪšāŊ‡āŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĪāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•. āŪĻāŊāŪīāŊˆāŪĩāŪūāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŽāŪīāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪ…āŪ°āŪšāŪūāŪ™āŊāŪ• āŪ…āŪ°āŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪūāŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĪāŊ‚āŪĢāŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģāŪĐ.

    Buddha’s
    own words from Theravada Tipitaka has the power to unite all the
    sentient and non-sentient beings in the universe. I wish to be part of
    your efforts on 7-11-21 at Kancipuram. From 2nd to 7th November I will
    be in West Tambaram and leave Kancipuram on 7th Nov to Bengaluru. Kindly
    inform the address and the time of the event. Hunger is the worst
    kind of illness said the Buddha

    May we propagate to Grow Broccoli, pepper,cucumber,Beans in Pots,

    Sujata fed Buddha to overcome His hunger, Ashoka planted fruit bearing trees all over his empire.

    All Aboriginal Awakened Societies Thunder ” Hum Prapanch Prabuddha
    Prapanchmay karunge.” We will make the whole universe are Prabuddha Prapanch.




    30) Classical English,Roman,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gb4hWb3crAs

    SN 35.20 (S iv 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    — Delight —

    One,bhikkhus,who
    does not delight in(visible)forms, sounds,odors,tastes,bodily,mental
    phenomena,does not delight in unsatisfactoriness. Of one who does not
    delight in unsatisfactoriness, I say: ‘he is liberated from
    unsatisfactoriness’.

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    61) Classical Kyrgyz-КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ðš КŅ‹Ņ€ÐģŅ‹Ð·,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh6OIUJ3jqQ
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    ÐÐąŅ…ÐļÐ―Ð°Ð―Ðīа ÐĄÐ°Ņ‚Ņ‚Ņ‚а
    - ЛазŅƒŅ€Ð°Ðīа - КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ðš КŅ‹Ņ€ÐģŅ‹Ð·-КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ðš КŅ‹Ņ€ÐģŅ‹Ð·Ņ‡Ð°

    (КÓĐŅ€ŌŊÐ―ŌŊÐŋ
    Ņ‚ŅƒŅ€ÐģÐ°Ð―) Ņ„ÐūŅ€ÐžÐ°ÐŧаŅ€ÐīŅ‹, ŌŊÐ―ÐīÓĐŅ€ÐīŌŊ, ÐķŅ‹Ņ‚Ņ‚аŅ€, Ņ‚Ð°ÐąÐļŅ‚Ņ‚ÐĩŅ€ÐīÐļ, ÐīÐĩÐ―Ðĩ, аКŅ‹Ðŧ-ŅŅ
    КŅƒÐąŅƒÐŧŅƒŅˆŅ‚аŅ€Ņ‹Ð―, ÐšÐ°Ð―Ð°Ð°Ņ‚Ņ‚Ð°Ð―ÐīŅ‹Ņ€Ð°Ņ€ÐŧŅ‹Ðš ÐķаКŅ‚Ð°Ð― КŅƒÐąÐ°Ð―ÐąÐ°ÐđŅ‚. ÐšÐ°Ð―Ð°Ņ‡Ņ‹ÐŧŅ‹ÐšŅ‚Ð°Ð―
    Ņ‹Ņ€Ð°Ņ…аŅ‚Ņ‚Ð°Ð―ÐąÐ°ÐģÐ°Ð― аÐīаООŅ‹Ð―, ÐīÐĩÐŋ аÐđŅ‚аО: “АÐŧ ÐšÐ°Ð―Ð°Ð°Ņ‚Ņ‚Ð°Ð―ÐīŅ‹Ņ€Ņ‹ÐŧÐąÐūÐūÐīÐūÐ― ÐąÐūŅˆÐūŅ‚ŅƒÐŧÐģÐ°Ð―”,
    - ÐīÐĩÐđО.
    Ð–Ð°Ð― ŅŅ€ÐģÐļŅ‚КÐĩÐ― ŅŅÐšÐļ Ņ‹Ņ€ÐŧаŅ€ Ņ‚ÐūÐŋŅ‚ÐūОŅƒ / КŅ‹Ņ€ÐģŅ‹Ð·Ņ‡Ð° ÐŦŅ€ÐŧаŅ€
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    62) Classical Lao-āš„āšĨāšēāšŠāšŠāšīāšāšĨāšēāš§,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQNQw2QwCDU
    SN 35.20 (s IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - delight - āŧƒāš™ Lao Lao- āšāšēāš™āš™āŧāšēāŧƒāšŠāŧ‰āšžāšēāšŠāšēāšĨāšēāš§

    āšŦāš™āšķāŧˆāš‡,
    bhikkhus, āšœāšđāŧ‰āš—āšĩāŧˆāššāŧāŧˆāšĄāšĩāš„āš§āšēāšĄāšŠāšļāšāŧƒāš™āšŪāšđāššāŧāššāšš (āŧ€āššāšīāŧˆāš‡āŧ€āšŦāšąāš™), āšĄāšĩāšŠāš―āš‡, āšĄāšĩāšĨāšŧāš”āšŠāšēāš”,
    āšŪāšđāššāšŪāŧˆāšēāš‡, āš›āš°āšāšŧāš”āšāšēāš™āš—āšēāš‡āš”āŧ‰āšēāš™āšˆāšīāš”āŧƒāšˆ, āššāŧāŧˆāšžāŧāŧƒāšˆāŧƒāš™āš„āš§āšēāšĄāššāŧāŧˆāšžāŧāŧƒāšˆ.
    āš‚āš­āš‡āšœāšđāŧ‰āš—āšĩāŧˆāššāŧāŧˆāšĄāšĩāš„āš§āšēāšĄāšāšīāš™āš”āšĩāŧƒāš™āš„āš§āšēāšĄāššāŧāŧˆāšžāŧāŧƒāšˆ, āš‚āŧ‰āšēāšžāš°āŧ€āšˆāšŧāŧ‰āšēāŧ€āš§āšŧāŧ‰āšēāš§āŧˆāšē:
    ‘āšĨāšēāš§āŧ„āš”āŧ‰āšŪāšąāššāšāšēāš™āš›āšŧāš”āš›āŧˆāš­āšāšˆāšēāšāš„āš§āšēāšĄāššāŧāŧˆāšžāŧāŧƒāšˆ’.
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    63) Classical Latin-LXII) Classical Latin,
    https://giphy.com/gifs/animation-cartoon-classic-xT8qBd4M9JRAAavUmA
    SN 35.20 (S III XIII)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Delight - In Classical Latin-LXII) Classical Latin

    Una,
    Bhikkhus, qui non delectet in (visibilia) formae, sonos, odoris,
    gustibus, corporalis, mentis phaenomena, non delectat in unsatisfactrix.
    Qui non delectat in unsatisfactrix, inquam: ‘et liberatur a
    unsatisfactrix.

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    64) Classical Latvian-Klasiskā latvieÅĄu valoda,

    https://tenor.com/view/%E0%B9%80%E0%B8%97%E0%B8%9E-%E0%B9%82%E0%B8%8A%E0%B8%84%E0%B8%94%E0%B8%B5-lucky-god-chinese-god-for-prosperity-gif-15574515
    SN 35,20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda sutta
    - prieks - klasiskā latvieÅĄu-klaÅĄaukā latvieÅĄu valodā

    Viens,
    Bhikkhus, kurÅĄ nav iepriecināt (redzamas) formas, skaņas, smakas,
    gaumes, Ä·ermeņa, garÄŦgās parādÄŦbas, nav iepriecināt neapmierinumu. No
    tā, kurÅĄ nav iepriecināt neapmierinumu, es saku: “ViÅ†ÅĄ ir atbrÄŦvots no
    neapmierinuma”.

    āđ€āļ—āļž āđ‚āļŠāļ„āļ”āļĩ GIF - āđ€āļ—āļž āđ‚āļŠāļ„āļ”āļĩ Lucky God GIFs
    65) Classical Lithuanian-Klasikinė lietuviÅģ kalba,

    https://tenor.com/view/yes-jumping-clay-jumping-clay-thailand-thank-you-%E0%B8%82%E0%B8%AD%E0%B8%9A%E0%B8%84%E0%B8%B8%E0%B8%93%E0%B8%84%E0%B9%88%E0%B8%B0-gif-13740168
    - Delight - klasikiniame lietuviÅģ-Klasikinėje LietuviÅģ kalba

    Vienas,
    Bhikkhus, kuris negailestinga (matomÅģ) formÅģ, garsÅģ, kvapÅģ, skonio,
    kÅŦno, psichikos reiÅĄkiniÅģ, nesiruoÅĄia nepatenkinto. IÅĄ to, kas nejaučia
    nepatenkinimu, sakau: “Jis yra iÅĄlaisvintas nuo nepatenkinimo”.

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    66) Classical Luxembourgish-Klassesch LÃŦtzebuergesch,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bwx1Ktz39Cs
    Sn 35,20 (s iv 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Freed - an klassesch LÃŦtzebuerger-klasschesch LÃŦtzebuergesch

    Etude
    keen, Bhikkh, dÃĐi net frou in (sichtbar) Formen, KlÃĪngen, KlÃĪng,
    SchnÃĐif, kierperlech, gezegt PhenmÃŦttel, kierperlech Phimme Vun engem
    deen net an Onzefriddenheet verstÃĪerkt huet, sot ech: ‘Hien ass vun der
    Onzefriddenheet befreit’.
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    67) Classical Macedonian-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩÐ― ОаКÐĩÐīÐūÐ―ŅÐšÐļ,

    Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan, [22.10.21 10:40]
    https://giphy.com/gifs/dog-excited-joy-dudcZA9e14HIY

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda sutta.
    - РаÐīÐūŅŅ‚ - ÐēÐū КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩÐ― ОаКÐĩÐīÐūÐ―ŅÐšÐļ-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩÐ― ОаКÐĩÐīÐūÐ―ŅÐšÐļ

    ЕÐīÐĩÐ―,
    БÐĨККÐĢ, КÐūŅ˜ Ð―Ðĩ ŅƒÐķÐļÐēа ÐēÐū (ÐēÐļÐīÐŧÐļÐēÐļ) Ņ„ÐūŅ€ÐžÐļ, зÐēŅƒŅ†Ðļ, ОÐļŅ€ÐļŅÐļ, ÐēКŅƒŅÐūÐēÐļ,
    Ņ‚ÐĩÐŧÐĩŅÐ―Ðļ, ОÐĩÐ―Ņ‚аÐŧÐ―Ðļ Ņ„ÐĩÐ―ÐūОÐĩÐ―Ðļ, Ð―Ðĩ ŅƒÐķÐļÐēа ÐēÐū Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēÐūÐŧÐļŅ‚ÐĩÐŧÐ―ÐūŅŅ‚а. ОÐī ÐūÐ―ÐūŅ˜ КÐūŅ˜
    Ð―Ðĩ ŅƒÐķÐļÐēа ÐēÐū Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēÐūÐŧÐļŅ‚ÐĩÐŧÐ―Ðū, ÐēÐĩÐŧаО: “ÐĒÐūŅ˜ Ðĩ ÐūŅÐŧÐūÐąÐūÐīÐĩÐ― ÐūÐī
    Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēÐūÐŧÐļŅ‚ÐĩÐŧÐ―ÐūŅŅ‚а”.


    68) Classical Malagasy,КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩÐ― ОаÐŧÐģаŅˆÐšÐļ,

    Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan, [22.10.21 10:55]
    https://giphy.com/gifs/baseball-derek-jeter-blimp-PvOaViFP2GKQ
    Sn 35.20 (s iv 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Mahafaly - amin’ny fiteny anglisy, КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩÐ― ОаÐŧÐģаŅˆÐšÐļ

    Ny
    iray, ny bhikkhus, izay tsy mankafy ny endrika (hita), ny feo, ny
    fofona, ny tsiro, ny zava-bita ara-batana, ny toe-tsaina, dia tsy
    mahafaly ny tsy mahafa-po. Ny iray izay tsy tia ny tsy mahafa-po dia hoy
    aho: ‘Malalaka tsy ho afa-po’ izy.


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    • 69) Classical Malay-Melayu Klasik,

      • 70) Classical Malayalam-āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāī‚,

    Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan, [22.10.21 10:55]
    https://tenor.com/view/baby-dancing-oh-yeah-gif-13850795
    SN 35.20 (āī•āĩū IV 13)
    āī…āī­āīŋāīĻāīĻāĩāīĶ āīļāĩāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ
    - āī†āīĻāīĻāĩāīĶāī‚ - āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāĩ―- āī’āī°āĩ āīĪāī°āī‚

    āī’āīĻāĩāīĻāĩ,
    āī­āīŋāī•āĩāī·āĩāīķāīūāīļāĩ, (āīĶāĩƒāīķāĩāīŊāīŪāīūāīŊ) āī°āĩ‚āīŠāī™āĩāī™āīģāīŋāĩ―, āīķāīŽāĩāīĶāī™āĩāī™āĩū, āīĶāĩāĩžāī—āīĻāĩāī§āī‚, āī…āī­āīŋāī°āĩāīšāīŋāī•āĩū,
    āī…āī­āīŋāī°āĩāīšāīŋāī•āĩū, āīķāīūāī°āĩ€āī°āīŋāī•, āīŪāīūāīĻāīļāīŋāī• āīŠāĩāī°āīĪāīŋāī­āīūāīļāī™āĩāī™āĩū āīŽāīĻāĩāīĻāīŋāīĩ āīĪāĩƒāīŠāĩāīĪāīŋāī•āī°āīŪāīēāĩāīē.
    āīĪāĩƒāīŠāĩāīĪāīŋāī•āī°āīŪāīēāĩāīē, āīĪāĩƒāīŠāĩāīĪāīŋāī•āī°āīŪāīēāĩāīēāĩ†āīĻāĩāīĻāĩ āīžāīūāĩŧ āīŠāīąāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ: ‘āī…āīŊāīūāĩū āīĪāĩƒāīŠāĩāīĪāīŋāī•āī°āīŪāīēāĩāīē’ āīŽāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāĩ
    āīŠāĩāī°āī•āĩ‹āīŠāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ.

    Yay Happy Sticker - Yay Happy Excited Stickers
    • 71) Classical Maltese-Klassiku Malti,

    Jagatheesan Chandrasekharan, [22.10.21 11:01]
    https://giphy.com/gifs/cute-animal-otter-13tBQEgQ1N4dRC
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda SUTTA.
    - Delight - Klassiku Malti-Klassiku Malti

    Wieħed,
    Bhikkhus, li ma delight fil (viŞibbli) formoli, ħsejjes, irwejjaħ,
    gosti, ġisem, fenomeni mentali, ma delight fis mhux sodisfaċenti. Ta
    ‘wieħed li ma delight fil unsatiSfacoriness, I say: “huwa liberat minn
    unsatiSfacoriness”.


    avenuebeat delight avenue beat GIF
    • 72) Classical Maori-Maori Maori,

      https://giphy.com/gifs/valentines-valentines-day-valentine-maori-sakai-yoJC2jPkinPSdcKk48

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda sutta
    - Kia koa - i roto i te reo Maori-Maori-Maori

    Ko
    tetahi, ko Bhikkhus, e kore nei e pai ki nga momo (oro), oro, reka,
    reka, tirohanga hinengaro, kaore e pai ki te kore e pai. Ko te tangata e
    kore e pai ki te makona, ka mea ahau:

    valentines day xoxo GIF
  • 73) Classical Marathi-āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪ“āĪ°āĨ€,


  • https://tenor.com/view/facepalm-oh-no-discouraged-ashamed-dismayed-gif-14286720
    āĪāĪļāĪāĪĻ 35.20 (āĪāĪļ āĪšāĨŒāĪĨāĪū 13)
    āĪ…āĪ­āĪŋāĪĻāĪūāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨāĪŸāĪū
    - āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ - āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĪ°āĪūāĪ āĨ€- āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪūāĪ°āĨ€

    āĪāĪ•,
    āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪœāĨ‹ (āĪĶāĨƒāĪķāĨāĪŊāĪŪāĪūāĪĻ) āĪŦāĨ‰āĪ°āĨāĪŪ, āĪ§āĨāĪĩāĪĻāĨ€, āĪ—āĪ‚āĪ§, āĪļāĨāĪĩāĪūāĪĶ, āĪķāĪūāĪ°āĨ€āĪ°āĪŋāĪ•, āĪŪāĪūāĪĻāĪļāĪŋāĪ• āĪ˜āĪŸāĪĻāĪū,
    āĪļāĪŪāĪūāĪ§āĪūāĪĻāĨ€āĪŠāĪĢāĪūāĪĪ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĪ āĪĻāĪūāĪđāĨ€. āĪœāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪĻāĪū āĪ…āĪļāĪ‚āĪĪāĨ‹āĪ·āĪūāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĪ āĪĻāĪūāĪđāĨ€, āĪŪāĨ€ āĪŪāĨāĪđāĪĢāĪĪāĨ‹:
    ‘āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪ…āĪļāĪ‚āĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ—āĨ‹āĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪŠāĪūāĪļāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪŪāĨāĪ•āĨāĪĪ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡’.


  • Facepalm Oh No Sticker - Facepalm Oh No Discouraged Stickers
  • 74) Classical Mongolian-ÐĄÐūÐ―ÐģÐūÐīÐūÐģ МÐūÐ―ÐģÐūÐŧ,

    https://tenor.com/view/kids-falling-over-beach-ball-gif-14881634
  • SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    ÐÐąŅ…ÐļÐ―Ð°Ð―Ðīа ÐĄÐ°Ņ‚Ņ‚а
    - ÐĒ ÐĄŅŅ€Ņ - ÐĄ ÐĒŅÐ―Ðķ Costald-ÐļÐđÐ― ŅÐūÐ―ÐģÐūÐīÐūÐģ ŅƒŅƒÐŧÐīаŅ€Ņ‚

    НŅÐģ,
    ДŅƒŅƒ, ÐīŅƒŅƒ, ŌŊÐ―ŅŅ€, аОŅ‚, аОŅ‚, аОŅ‚, ÐąÐļÐĩ ОаŅ…ÐąÐūÐīÐļÐđÐ― ŌŊзŅÐģÐīŅÐŧ, ÐąÐļÐĩ ОаŅ…ÐąÐūÐīÐļÐđÐ―
    ŌŊзŅÐģÐīŅÐŧ, ÐąÐļÐĩ ОаŅ…ÐąÐūÐīÐļÐđÐ― ŌŊзŅÐģÐīŅÐŧ, ŅŅŅ‚ÐģŅÐŧ Ņ…Ð°Ð―ÐģаÐŧŅƒŅƒÐ― ÐąŅƒŅ ÐąÐ°ÐđÐīаÐŧ, ŅŅŅ‚ÐģŅÐŧ
    Ņ…Ð°Ð―ÐģаÐŧŅƒŅƒÐ― ÐąŅƒŅ ÐąÐ°ÐđÐīаÐģ. ÐĄŅŅ‚ÐģŅÐŧ Ņ…Ð°Ð―ÐģаÐŧŅƒŅƒÐ― ÐąŅƒŅ ÐąÐ°ÐđÐīаÐŧÐī ÐīŅƒŅ€ÐģŌŊÐđ ÐąÐ°ÐđÐīаÐģ, ÐąÐļ:
    “ÐĄŅŅ‚ÐģŅÐŧ Ņ…Ð°Ð―аОÐķÐģŌŊÐđ ÐąÐ°ÐđÐīÐŧааŅ Ņ‡ÓĐÐŧÓĐÓĐÐŧÓĐÐģÐīŅÓĐÐ―”.




  • Russian Language Russia GIF


  • 75) Classical Myanmar (Burmese)-Classical မှန္မီ (ဗမီ),

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrlRfAy4qaQ
  • SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Enghinanda Sutta
    - á€™á€―á€ąá€·á€œá€ŧေီ္ - ဂနá€đထဝင္မှန္မီ (မှန္မီ) - Classical Myanmar (မှန္မီ) –classical မှန္မီ (ဗမီ)

    ရဟန္á€ļတိá€Ŋ့တစယ
    á€Ķá€ļ က (မှင္နိá€Ŋင္သေီ) ပá€Ŋá€ķစá€ķမá€ŧီá€ļကိá€Ŋမနá€ūစ္သက္သေီအရီမá€ŧီá€ļ, အသá€ķမá€ŧီá€ļ, အနá€ķ့,
    အနá€ķ့, အရသီမá€ŧီá€ļ, မကá€ŧေနပ္သေီအမá€ūá€Ŋတရီá€ļကိá€Ŋမနá€ūစ္သက္သူတစ္ á€Ķá€ļ သည္
    ‘သူကမကá€ŧေနပ္မá€ūá€Ŋá€€á€”á€ąá€œá€―á€á€šá€œá€―á€á€šá€œá€•á€šá€œá€•á€šá€”á€ąá€á€ē့တယယ’ လိá€Ŋ့ငá€Ŧပှေီတယ္။
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-uSE
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  • 76) Classical Nepali-āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪŪāĪūāĪ° (āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪū),
    https://tenor.com/view/prygat-jumping-otnosheniya-relationship-proval-gif-10982287
    SN 35 35.20 (S IV 13)
    āĪ˜āĨƒāĪĢāĪĻāĪū āĪļāĨāĪĪāĪūāĪŸāĪū
    - āĪ†āĪĻāĪĻāĨāĪĶ - āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪĻāĨ‡āĪŠāĪūāĪēāĨ€ āĪĻāĨ‡āĪŠāĪūāĪēāĨ€āĪŪāĪū- sauneriry āĪūāĨāĪŊiry (āĪŽāĪūāĪŽ āĪŪāĪū)

    āĪāĪ•, āĪ­āĪ•āĨāĪ–, āĪœāĨ‹ āĪœāĨ‹ āĪ°āĪŪāĪūāĪ‡āĪēāĨ‹ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĶāĨˆāĪĻāĪĻāĨ āĪđāĪūāĪŪāĨ€ āĪāĪ• āĪ…āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĪĪāĪūāĪŪāĪū āĪ°āĪŪāĪūāĪ‰āĪāĪĶāĨˆāĪĻāĨŒāĪ‚, āĪŪ āĪ­āĪĻāĨāĪ›āĨ: ‘āĪŠ āĪ…āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĪŋāĪŽāĪūāĪŸ āĪļāĨāĪĩāĪĪāĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ° āĪđāĨāĪĻāĨāĪ›āĨĪ
  • ÐŋŅ€Ņ‹ÐģаŅ‚ŅŒ ÐūŅ‚Ð―ÐūŅˆÐĩÐ―ÐļŅ ÐŧŅƒÐķа ÐŋŅ€ÐūÐēаÐŧ ÐŋÐŧÐūŅ…Ðū GIF - Prygat Jumping Otnosheniya GIFs

  • 77) Classical Norwegian-Klassisk norsk,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSnD30bcAS8
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta.
    - Delight - i klassisk norsk-klassisk norsk

    En,
    Bhikkhus, som ikke gleder seg over (synlige) former, lyder, lukt,
    smaker, kroppslige, mentale fenomener, gleder seg ikke pÃĨ
    utilfredsstillende. Av en som ikke gleder seg over utilfredsstillende,
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    • 78) Classical Odia (Oriya)

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      SNC 35.20 (S IV 13)
      āŽ…āŽŽāŽšāŽŋāŽĻāŽĢā­āŽĄāŽū āŽļāŽĶāŽū |
      - āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶ - āŽķāŽūāŽļā­āŽĪā­āŽ°ā­€ā­Ÿ āŽ“āŽĄāŽŋāŽ† (āŽ“āŽĄāŽŋāŽ†)

      āŽœāŽĢā­‡,
      āŽ­āŽŋāŽ•ā­āŽ•āŽļā­, āŽŊāŽŋāŽ (āŽĶā­ƒāŽķā­ā­ŸāŽŪāŽūāŽĻ) āŽŦāŽ°ā­āŽŪ, āŽķāŽŽā­āŽĶ, āŽķā­ā­ąā­‡āŽ·, āŽŽāŽŋāŽķā­‡āŽ·, āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽļāŽŋāŽ• āŽ˜āŽŸāŽĢāŽū, āŽķāŽūāŽ°ā­€āŽ°āŽŋāŽ•,
      āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽļāŽŋāŽ• āŽ˜āŽŸāŽĢāŽū, āŽ…āŽļāŽĻā­āŽĪā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸāŽĪāŽūāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶāŽŋāŽĪ āŽđā­āŽ āŽĻāŽūāŽđāŽŋāŽ | āŽŊāŽŋāŽ āŽ…āŽļāŽĻā­āŽĪā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸāŽĪāŽūāŽ°ā­‡
      āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶāŽŋāŽĪ āŽđā­āŽ āŽĻāŽūāŽđāŽŋāŽ, āŽŪā­āŽ āŽ•āŽđā­āŽ›āŽŋ: ‘āŽļā­‡ āŽ…āŽļāŽĻā­āŽĪā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸāŽĪāŽūāŽ°ā­ āŽŪā­āŽ•ā­āŽĪāŽŋ āŽŠāŽūāŽ‡āŽ›āŽĻā­āŽĪāŽŋ |


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    48) Classical Icelandic-Klassísk íslensku,
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOsXef024p4<br />
SN 35.20 (S iv 13)<br />
Abhinanda Sutta<br />
— Delight —<br />
One,bhikkhus,who does not delight in(visible)forms, sounds,odors,tastes,bodily,mental phenomena,does not delight in unsatisfactoriness. Of one who does not delight in unsatisfactoriness, I say: 'he is liberated from unsatisfactoriness'.<br />
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    SN 35.20 (S iv 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    — Delight —
    One,bhikkhus,who
    does not delight in(visible)forms, sounds,odors,tastes,bodily,mental
    phenomena,does not delight in unsatisfactoriness. Of one who does not
    delight in unsatisfactoriness, I say: ‘he is liberated from
    unsatisfactoriness’.
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    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta.
    - Delight - í Classical Icelandic-Klassísk Íslensku

    Einn,
    Bhikkhus, sem ekki gleði ÃĄ (sÃ―nileg) form, hljÃģð, lykt, smekk,
    líkamlega, andlega fyrirbÃĶri, gleðst ekki í ÃģfullnÃĶgjandi. SÃĄ sem er
    ekki ÃĄnÃĶgður með ÃģfullnÃĶgjandi, segi ÃĐg: “Hann er frelsaður frÃĄ
    ÃģfullnÃĶgjandi samkomulagi”.

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    49) Classical Igbo,Klassískt Igbo,




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aleAjRjhRhM
    Sn 35.20 (s IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Nwee Obi - Na Igbo Igbo, Klassískt Igbo

    Otu,
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    enwegháŧ‹ afáŧ ojuju, a na m asáŧ‹: ‘A táŧhapáŧĨráŧĨ ya site na enwegháŧ‹ afáŧ
    ojuju’.
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    50) Classical Indonesian-Bahasa Indonesia Klasik,



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKD7iYSmpRU
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta.
    - Delight - di Klasik Indonesia-Bahasa Indonesia Klasik

    Satu,
    bhikkhu, yang tidak senang dengan (terlihat) bentuk, suara, bau,
    rasanya, tubuh, fenomena mental, tidak senang dengan tidak memuaskan.
    Dari orang yang tidak senang dengan tidak memuaskan, saya berkata: ‘Dia
    dibebaskan dari ketidakpuasan’.
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    into Jet Li’s Fist of Legend and probably some of Sammo’s finest works
    (Warriors Two, The Victim).

    However,
    one thing keeps nagging away at you. Who or what are the Shaw Brothers?
    You keep hearing people ramble on about them on various online forums
    and their logos seem to be all over the place (including Tarantino’s
    Kill Bill).

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    right place. Here at Hong Kong Cinema, we have tried to pull together an
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    basic knowledge.

    It
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    film production company in the history of Hong Kong Cinema, with an
    influence extending far into international cinema. Over the last nine
    decades, the Shaw’s have amassed a collection of over 800 titles, with
    countless awards and international recognition.

    They
    gave openings to some of Hong Kong’s best loved stars (Jimmy Wang Yu,
    Lo Lieh, Ti Lung, David Chiang, Gordon Liu, Alexander Fu Sheng and Cheng
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    51) Classical Irish-IndinÃĐisis Clasaiceach,




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MFJdB3wfZJU
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Suite
    - Delight - in Irish-IndinÃĐisis Clasaiceach Clasaiceach

    Ní
    hionann ceann, Bhikkhus, nach bhfuil delight i bhfoirmeacha
    (infheicthe), fuaimeanna, boladh, cÃĄch, bolaithe, feinimÃĐin mheabhrach,
    aoibhnis i neamhshuim. As duine nach bhfuil delight i míshÃĄstacht, a
    deirim: ‘DÃĐantar ÃĐ a shaoradh Ãģ mhíshÃĄstacht’.
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    52) Classical Italian-Italiano classico,



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agBuBFbGZAQ&t=21s
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta.
    - Delight - in classico italiano-italiano classico

    Uno,
    Bhikkhus, che non si diletta in forme (visibili), suoni, odori, sapori,
    corporei, fenomeni mentali, non si dilettano in insoddisfacento. Di chi
    non si diletta in insoddisfacento, dico: “È liberato da
    insoddisfacento”.

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    53) Classical Japanese-åĪå…ļįš„おã‚Īã‚ŋナã‚Ē詞,


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cQ0Wp_yT3hQ&t=1263s
    SN 35.20S IV 13
    abhinanda sutta
    - 喜ãģ - åĪå…ļįš„おæ—ĨæœŽčŠžã§ -

    1、BhikkhusãŊ、į›ŪãŦčĶ‹ãˆã‚‹ïž‰ãƒ•ã‚Đマム、éŸģ、匂い、å‘ģ、čšŦä―“įš„、įēūįĨžįūčąĄã‚’å–œã°ã›ãšã€äļæš€čķģãŦãŊ喜んでいãūせん。 äļæš€čķģãŦ暀čķģしãĶいおい䚚ãŪã†ãĄã€į§ãŊčĻ€ã†ïžšã€Œå―žãŊäļæš€čķģおもãŪからč§Ģæ”ūされãĶいãūす」。
    ブッダãŪįœŸį†ãŪčĻ€č‘‰ã€€įŽŽïž‘įŦ ï―žįŽŽ26įŦ ã€€é€ščŠ­
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    Baseball Fighters GIF by PacificLeagueTV

    54) Classical Javanese-Klasik Jawa,



    https://giphy.com/gifs/PacificLeagueTV-tv-baseball-pacificleague-IqS11T6ccDlX8KaPMM

    https://giphy.com/gifs/jawa-XaFaAoZLFwMZ2kf9o6
    Sn 35.20 (s IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - bungah - ing jawa klasik-klasik jawa

    Siji,
    Bhikkhus, sing ora nyenengake (katon) bentuk, swara, swara, rasa, rasa,
    fenomena mental, ora nyenengake kanthi ora puas. Siji-sijine sing ora
    nyenengake kanthi ora puas, aku ujar: ‘Dheweke dibebasake saka ora
    puas’.

    jawa GIF


    55) Classical Kannada- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāē°āģ€āēŊ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄ,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MusgIHWeH0Y
    SN 35.20 (āē°āģ IV 13)
    āē…āē­āēŋāēĻāē‚āēĶ āēļāģāēŸāģāēŸ
    - āēĄāēŋāēēāģˆāēŸāģ - āē•āģāēēāēūāēļāēŋāē•āēēāģ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄāēĶāēēāģāēēāēŋ- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāē°āēŋāēŊ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄ

    āē’āē‚āēĶāģ,
    āē­āēŋāē•āģāē–āēļāģ, āēŊāēūāē°āģ (āē—āģ‹āēšāē°) āē°āģ‚āēŠāē—āēģāģ, āēķāēŽāģāēĶāē—āēģāģ, āēĩāēūāēļāēĻāģ†āē—āēģāģ, āē…āē­āēŋāē°āģāēšāēŋāē—āēģāģ, āēĶāģˆāēđāēŋāē•,
    āēŪāēūāēĻāēļāēŋāē• āēĩāēŋāēĶāģāēŊāēŪāēūāēĻāē—āēģāģ, āē…āēĪāģƒāēŠāģāēĪāēŋāē•āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋāēēāģāēē āē†āēĻāē‚āēĶāēŋāēļāģāēĩāģāēĶāēŋāēēāģāēē. āē…āēĪāģƒāēŠāģāēĪāēŋāē•āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋāēēāģāēē
    āē’āēŽāģāēŽ āēĩāģāēŊāē•āģāēĪāēŋāēŊāģ, āēĻāēūāēĻāģ āēđāģ‡āēģāģāēĪāģāēĪāģ‡āēĻāģ†: ‘āē…āēĩāē°āģ āē…āēĪāģƒāēŠāģāēĪāēŋāē•āē°āē°āēŋāē‚āēĶ
    āēĩāēŋāēŪāģ‹āēšāēĻāģ†āē—āģŠāē‚āēĄāēŋāēĶāģāēĶāēūāē°āģ†’.
    BAGARE BAINGAN | Hyderabadi Nizams Style Authentic Brinjal Curry | Bharwa Baingan | Cook With Fem
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    Bagarey Baingan, A delicacy of Hyderabadi Cuisine.Try this tasty
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    INGREDIENTS
    FOR DRY MASALA
    Cumin seeds - 1 teaspoon
    Coriander seeds - 3 teaspoon
    Cashew nuts - 15
    Red chilies - 6
    Handful peanuts
    Sesame seeds - 2 tablespoon
    Coconut powder - 4 teaspoon
    Cloves - 5
    Cardamom - 2
    Cinnamon stick - 4

    Lemon sized tamarind

    Onion - 2 big
    Tomatoes - 2 big sized

    Brinjal - 12 to 15

    FOR GRAVY
    Oil - 4 to 5 tablespoon
    Cumin seeds - 1 teaspoon
    Red chilies - 3
    Few curry leaves
    Ginger garlic paste - 3 teaspoon
    Ground masala
    Red chili powder - 2 teaspoon
    Turmeric powder - 1/2 teaspoon
    Water and salt as required
    Green chilies - 2
    Coriander leaves few
    Garam masala powder - 1/2 teaspoon

    REAL HYDERABADI CHICKEN DUM BIRYANI (KACCHI AKHNI KI)
    https://youtu.be/3QV0BurNzlc

    PUNJABI MUTTON MASALA
    https://youtu.be/f41QWGWxIEE

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    EGG DUM BIRYANI RECIPE
    https://youtu.be/WK76rB0CxE8

    HYDERABADI CHICKEN HALEEM
    https://youtu.be/CRGSQox3w8U

    CHICKEN CAPSICUM MASALA
    https://youtu.be/lP4MoIme-0w

    CRISPY EGG PARATHA RECIPE
    https://youtu.be/OFuHp6ivpLs

    LEMON PEPPER CHICKEN
    https://youtu.be/R7t1G1VN2a8

    FISH TIKKA MASALA
    https://youtu.be/xuqohAhdh3

    Crispy Bhindi Fry
    https://youtu.be/xi9BdshwKmQ

    BEST CHICKEN BIRYANI
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    https://youtu.be/oPBs1oVbM4A

    MUTTON FRY RECIPE
    https://youtu.be/qhlrSLvTWWE

    BHUNA MURGH
    https://youtu.be/abESnrKIvsE

    HYDERABADI BAGAREY BAINGAN
    https://youtu.be/kXwZflSNBPw

    CHICKEN MALAI TIKKA BIRYANI IN PRESSURE COOKER
    https://youtu.be/G0WWtQDlEng

    HYDERABADI MUTTON HALEEM
    https://youtu.be/dPpERMQzICs

    KACCHE MASALON KA GOSHT
    https://youtu.be/xdXUxtJ2_-g

    MANGO MASTANI
    https://youtu.be/DnEWkBsykKg

    HYDERABADI CHICKEN DUM BIRYANI
    https://youtu.be/S_LcsqfUXyk

    CRISPY FRIED ONIONS
    https://youtu.be/ieg8q-rYwTE

    ASLAM BUTTER CHICKEN RECIPE
    https://youtu.be/AbFUU-t-DmE

    HOW TO MAKE KHOVA AT HOME
    https://youtu.be/kmrDY-g2-1Y

    HYDERABADI KADDU KI KHEER
    https://youtu.be/4ZR7ebamAow

    HYDERABADI DOUBLE KA MEETHA
    https://youtu.be/iKG5DcQW1bI

    SHAHI TUKREY
    https://youtu.be/rBewZKQ9afc

    HYDERABADI MUTTON KORMA
    https://youtu.be/9hvOTtSsHt4

    HYDERABADI KADDU KA DALCHA
    https://youtu.be/96tWJ5Y3wzU

    HYDERABADI BAGARA KHANA
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    KIMAMI SEVIYAN
    https://youtu.be/Gn3mHA3HJCs

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    CHICKEN KALMI KABAB
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    https://youtu.be/t_kSd6UPA1Y

    CHICKEN AFGHANI WITH GRAVY
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    CHICKEN AFGHANI WITH GRAVY
    https://youtu.be/xDbljkVdaRs

    MASALA BHINDI RECIPE
    https://youtu.be/SUSMgHKGgPk

    HYDERABADI SUTHRIYAN
    https://youtu.be/nfFu9RIdAyI

    CRISPY JUICY CHEESY CHICKEN FINGERS
    https://youtu.be/NFyz4ZvHjPg?

    BREAD PAN PIZZA IN 5 MINUTES
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    BANANA CUSTARD
    https://youtu.be/DL3ARBNRWJc

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    Bagarey Baingan, A delicacy of Hyderabadi Cuisine.Try this tasty
    Eggplant recipe using classical Hyderabadi masalas.I will share with you
    an easy method of how to make this tasty curry eaten with Biryani or
    rice, Hyderabadi Nizams style Authentic brinjal curry, bharwa baingan
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    56) Classical Kazakh-КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ō› Ō›Ð°Ð·Ð°Ō›,

    https://tenor.com/view/%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B8-%D0%BC%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%8F-%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B7%D0%B0-%D0%B3%D0%BE%D0%BB%D1%83%D0%B1%D1%8C-fly-gif-16452482
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    ÐÐąŅ…ÐļÐ―Ð°Ð―Ðīа ÐĄŅƒŅ‚Ņ‚а
    - ЛәззаŅ‚ - КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ō› Ō›Ð°Ð·Ð°Ō›-КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ō› ŌšÐ°Ð·Ð°Ō›

    БŅ–Ņ€ÐĩŅƒŅ–
    (КÓĐŅ€Ņ–Ð―ÐĩŅ‚Ņ–Ð―) Ņ„ÐūŅ€ÐžÐ°ÐŧаŅ€, ÐĩŅŅ‚Ņ–ÐŧÐĩŅ‚Ņ–Ð―ÐīÐĩŅ€, ÐļŅ–ŅŅ‚ÐĩŅ€, ÐļŅ–ŅŅ‚ÐĩŅ€, Ņ‚аÐŧŌ“аО, ÐŋŅÐļŅ…ÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ō›
    Ō›ŌąÐąŅ‹ÐŧŅ‹ŅŅ‚аŅ€, аŌ›Ņ‹Ðŧ-ÐūÐđ Ō›ŌąÐąŅ‹ÐŧŅ‹ŅŅ‚аŅ€Ņ‹ Ō›Ð°Ð―аŌ“аŅ‚Ņ‚Ð°Ð―аŅ€ÐŧŅ‹Ō›ŅŅ‹Ð·ÐīÐ°Ð―ÐąÐ°ÐđÐīŅ‹.
    ŌšÐ°Ð―аŌ“аŅ‚Ņ‚Ð°Ð―аŅ€ÐŧŅ‹Ō›ŅŅ‹Ð·ÐīÐ°Ð―ÐąÐ°ÐđŅ‚Ņ‹Ð― аÐīаО: ÂŦÐūÐŧ Ō›Ð°Ð―аŌ“аŅ‚Ņ‚Ð°Ð―аŅ€ÐŧŅ‹Ō›ŅŅ‹Ð·ÐīÐ°Ð― ÐąÐūŅÐ°Ņ‚Ņ‹ÐŧаÐīŅ‹Âŧ
    ÐīÐĩÐđОŅ–Ð―.


    57) Classical Khmer- ខ្មែរបážŧរážķណ,
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0Tx24GvzA0
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    abhinanda sutta
    រážļករážķយ - តážķមបែបបážŧរážķណបážŧរážķណ

    áž˜áž―áž™,
    Bhikkhus, ដែលមិនពេញចិត្តនážđងទម្រង់ (មážūលឃážūញ), សំឡេង, ក្លិន, រសជážķតិ,
    រសជážķតិរážķងកážķយ, បážķតážŧភឞតផ្លឞវចិត្ត, មិនពេញចិត្តចំពោះកážķរដែលមិនពេញចិត្ត។
    ក្នážŧងចំណោមážĒ្នកដែលមិនពេញចិត្តចំពោះកážķរមិនពេញចិត្តខ្ញážŧំនិយážķយថážķ
    “គážķត់ត្រើវបážķនរំដោះចេញពážļភážķពមិនពេញចិត្ត” ។
    ភážķពយន្តចិននិយážķយខ្មែរ សង្ក្រážķមក្នážŧងព្រៃ,Chinese Movie, Speak Khmer Movie
    Mr Tube ( Khmer )
    ភážķពយន្តចិននិយážķយខ្មែរ សង្ក្រážķមក្នážŧងព្រៃ,Chinese Movie, Speak Khmer Movie


    58) Classical Kinyarwanda
    https://giphy.com/gifs/ya-VF4wjLpE7dbC4jR7HC
    https://giphy.com/gifs/ya-VF4wjLpE7dbC4jR7HC
    SN 35.20 (s iv 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Ishimire - muri Kinyarwanda ya kera

    Umwe,
    Bhikkhus, utishimira imiterere (bigaragara), amajwi, impumuro,
    uburyohe, ibintu byumubiri, ibintu byumubiri, ntabwo bishimira
    bidashimishije. Mumuntu utishimira udashimishije, ndavuga nti: ‘Yibohowe
    kubera ibintu bidashimishije’.

    GIPHY (https://giphy.com/gifs/ya-VF4wjLpE7dbC4jR7HC)



    59) Classical Korean-ęģ ė „ 한ęĩ­ė–ī,
    https://giphy.com/gifs/travel-korean-korea-l4FGDmIee1XFaVSOk

    SN 35.20 (SIV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta.
    - ęļ°ėĻ - ęģ ė „ 한ęĩ­ė–ī ęģ ė „ė—ė„œ 한ęĩ­ė–ī

    (가ė‹œė  ėļ) ė–‘ė‹, ė†ŒëĶŽ, 냄ėƒˆ, 맛, ė‹ ėēīė , ė •ė‹ ė  현ėƒė„ ęļ°ė˜ęēŒí•˜ė§€ ė•ŠëŠ” Bhikkhus는 ëķˆë§ŒėĄąėŠĪëŸ―ė§€ ė•ŠėŠĩ니ë‹Ī. 만ėĄąėŠĪëŸ―ė§€ ė•Šė€ ė‚ŽëžŒė„ ęļ°ė˜ęēŒí•˜ė§€ ė•ŠëŠ” ė‚ŽëžŒė˜ ęē―ėš° : ‘ę·ļ는 ëķˆë§ŒėĄąėŠĪëŸ―ęēŒ í•īë°Đ되ė–ī ėžˆėŠĩ니ë‹Ī.’


    60) Classical Kurdish (Kurmanji)-KurdÃŪ (KurmancÃŪ),
    https://tenor.com/view/eating-strawberries-cute-mole-pigging-out-mealtime-yum-gif-17007724
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abhinanda Sutta
    - Delight - Di KurdÃŪ kurdÃŪ de (KurmancÃŪ) -KurdÃŪ (KurmancÃŪ)

    Yek,
    Bhikkhus, ku bi şÊwazÊn (xuyangÃŪ) hez nake, deng, bÃŪhn, fenomenÊn laş,
    laşÃŪ, bi nerazÃŪbÃŧnan dilxweş nake. YÊ ku bi nerazÃŪbÃŧnÊ dilxweş nake, ez
    dibÊjim: ‘Ew ji nerazÃŪbÃŧnÊ rizgar dibe’.


    61) Classical Kyrgyz-КÐŧаŅŅÐļКаÐŧŅ‹Ðš КŅ‹Ņ€ÐģŅ‹Ð·,



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    Do Mindful Swimming
    Hunger is the worst kind of illness said Awakened One
    Grow Broccoli, pepper,cucumber,Beans in Pots,
    Sujata fed Buddha, Ashoka planted fruit bearing trees all over the world and in space.Mayawati wants that rule.
    Dr B.R.Ambedkar thundered “Main Bharat Baudhmay karunga.” (I will make this country Buddhist)
    All
    Aboriginal Awakened Societies Thunder ” Hum Prapanch Prabuddha
    Prapanchmay karunge.” (We will make the whole world Prabuddha Prapanch

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    8ð™Đ𝙝 ð˜ū𝙧ð™Īð™Ļð™Ļ, 𝙃𝘞𝙇 𝙄𝙄𝙄 𝙎ð™Đ𝙖𝙜𝙚,
    𝙋𝙊ð™Ģ𝙞ð™Ū𝙖 ð˜―ð™ƒð™ð™ˆð™„ ð˜―ð™šð™Ģð™œð™–ð™Ąð™Šð™§ð™Š,

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    7) Classical Galician-ClÃĄsico galego,
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lP3XMC2PMjs
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda sutta no clÃĄsico galego-clÃĄsico galego
    - Delicia -
    [ABNANDA]
    Un,
    feixÃģn, que non ÃĐ deleite en sons (visibles), catadores, catadores,
    tantos fenÃģmenos, fenÃģmenos mentais, non deleitar en Unganesofactorins.
    De quen non decide en insatisforky, digo: “É comprado a partir de
    insatisfactorestorestorestorestorestorestorestoressoryinesdorestorestorestorestorestoressinessinsixion”.
    Galego - TranseatlÃĒntico (Full Album)
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    38) Classical Georgian-კლასიკáƒĢრი áƒĨართáƒĢლი,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta კლასიკáƒĢრ áƒĨართáƒĢლ-კლასიკáƒĢრ áƒĨართáƒĢლ ენაზე
    - აáƒĶáƒĪრთოვანებáƒĢლი -
    [აბანანდა]
    ერთი,
    ლობიო, რომელიჩ არ არიქ აáƒĶáƒĪრთოვანებáƒĢლი (áƒŪილáƒĢლი) áƒŪმები, áƒĒესáƒĒები,
    áƒĒესáƒĒერები, áƒĒესáƒĒერები, გაკვეთილები, გონებრივი მოვლენები, არ არიქ
    აáƒĶáƒĪრთოვანებáƒĢლი არა჎რáƒĪივი. ვინჩ არ არიქ დამაáƒŪასიათებელი
    არაკეთილსინდისიერი, მე ვამბობ: “იქ ნელ-ნელა არიქ ნაჩნობი
    არადამაკმაყოáƒĪილებელიორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒერესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒორესáƒĒერესáƒĒერესáƒĒერთან







    39) Classical German- Klassisches Deutsch,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwU2tNiqDyc
    Sn 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta in klassischer Germamal- Klassisches Deutsch
    - Freude -
    [ABNanda]
    Eins,
    Bohnen, die nicht erfreut (sichtbare) TÃķne, Verkostert, Bastern,
    Verkostungen von PhÃĪnomenen, mentalen PhÃĪnomenen, dem nicht begeistern
    von Ungesugsofactorins. Von einem, der nicht in der Unbefriedigung
    erscheint, sage ich: ‘Er ist von
    unzufriedenstorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorinesDorestorestorestorestorestoressinsimion’.
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    40) Classical Greek-ΚÎŧÎąÏƒÏƒÎđΚΎ ΕÎŧÎŧÎ·Î―ÎđΚΎ,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBpZ9PjvnAE
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta ÏƒÏ„Î·Î― ΚÎŧÎąÏƒÎđΚÎŪ ΕÎŧÎŧÎ·Î―ÎđΚÎŪ-ΚÎŧÎąÏƒÎąÏƒÏƒÎŊÎą ΕΛΛΗΝΗΝΙΚΗ
    - ΑπÎŋÎŧÎąÏÏƒÏ„Îĩ -
    [Î‘ÏÏŒÎ―Îą]
    ÎˆÎ―Îą,
    Ï†ÎąÏƒÏŒÎŧÎđÎą, Îŋ ÎŋπÎŋÎŊÎŋς ÎīÎĩÎ― ÎĩÎŊÎ―ÎąÎđ ÎąÏ€ÏŒÎŧÎąÏ…ÏƒÎ· σÎĩ (ÎŋÏÎąÏ„ÎŽ) ÎŪχÎŋυς, ÎīÎŋΚÎđΞές,
    ÎīÎŋΚÎđΞές, Ï„Îą Ï†ÎąÎđÎ―ÏŒÎžÎĩÎ―Îą ÎģÎĩυσÎđÎģÎ―Ï‰ÏƒÎŊÎąÏ‚, Ï„Îą ψυχÎđΚΎ Ï†ÎąÎđÎ―ÏŒÎžÎĩÎ―Îą, ÎīÎĩÎ― ÎĩÎŊÎ―ÎąÎđ
    ÎĩÏ…Ï‡ÎąÏÎđÏƒÏ„Î·ÎžÎ­Î―ÎŋÎđ σÎĩ ÎąÏƒÏ…Î―ÎŪÎļÎđστÎĩς. Από ÎĩΚÎĩÎŊÎ―ÎŋÎ― πÎŋυ ÎīÎĩÎ― ÎļÎŊÎģÎĩÎđ Ï„Î·Î―
    ÎąÎ―ÎđÎšÎąÎ―ÏŒÏ„Î·Ï„Îą, Îŧέω: ÂŦΕÎŊÎ―ÎąÎđ ÎąÎģÎŋρΎÎķÎĩÏ„ÎąÎđ ÎąÏ€ÏŒ Ξη ÎđÎšÎąÎ―ÎŋπÎŋÎđητÎđΚό
    ÎīÎđÎąÏƒÎšÎĩÎīÎąÏƒÏ„ÎđΚόSTORESTORESSITESTORESITESITESISISIONISISIOSIONISISIONISISIXIONÂŧ.
    Treasury of Natural Perfection - Part 3 - Longchen Rabjam - Dzogchen
    Treasury of Natural Perfection - Part 3 - Longchen Rabjam - Dzogchen
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13) Abinanda Sutta ÏƒÏ„Î·Î― ΚÎŧÎąÏƒÎđΚÎŪ ΕÎŧÎŧÎ·Î―ÎđΚÎŪ-ΚÎŧÎąÏƒÎąÏƒÏƒÎŊÎą ΕΛΛΗΝΗΝΙΚΗ
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta ÏƒÏ„Î·Î― ΚÎŧÎąÏƒÎđΚÎŪ ΕÎŧÎŧÎ·Î―ÎđΚÎŪ-ΚÎŧÎąÏƒÎąÏƒÏƒÎŊÎą ΕΛΛΗΝΗΝΙΚΗ
    - ΑπÎŋÎŧÎąÏÏƒÏ„Îĩ -
    [Î‘ÏÏŒÎ―Îą]
    ÎˆÎ―Îą,
    Ï†ÎąÏƒÏŒÎŧÎđÎą, Îŋ ÎŋπÎŋÎŊÎŋς ÎīÎĩÎ― ÎĩÎŊÎ―ÎąÎđ ÎąÏ€ÏŒÎŧÎąÏ…ÏƒÎ· σÎĩ (ÎŋÏÎąÏ„ÎŽ) ÎŪχÎŋυς, ÎīÎŋΚÎđΞές,
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    41) Classical Gujarati-āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzJRUxO5wGw
    āŠāŠļāŠāŠĻ 35.20 (āŠāŠļ āŠšāŦ‹āŠĨāŦ‹ 13)
    āŠ…āŠŽāŠŋāŠĻāŠūāŠĻāŦāŠĄāŠū āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦāŠŸāŠū āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€āŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ - āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠļāŠ—āŠ°āŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ°āŠŋāŠļāŠūāŠĪ
    - āŠ†āŠĻāŠ‚āŠĶ -
    [āŠ…āŠŽāŠūāŠ‚āŠĶāŠū]
    āŠāŠ•,
    āŠĶāŠūāŠģāŦ‹, āŠœāŦ‡ (āŠĶāŦƒāŠķāŦāŠŊāŠŪāŠūāŠĻ) āŠ…āŠĩāŠūāŠœāŦ‹, āŠļāŦāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠŋāŠ·āŦāŠŸ, āŠļāŦāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠŋāŠ·āŦāŠŸ, āŠļāŦāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠŋāŠ·āŦāŠŸ āŠ˜āŠŸāŠĻāŠū, āŠŪāŠūāŠĻāŠļāŠŋāŠ•
    āŠ˜āŠŸāŠĻāŠū, āŠĄāŦ‡āŠ āŠŊāŦāŠ—āŠĻāŦ‡āŠļāŦ‹āŠŦāŦ‡āŠ•āŦāŠŸāŠ°āŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠ†āŠĻāŠ‚āŠĶ āŠĻāŠĨāŦ€. āŠāŠ• āŠœāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠļāŠ‚āŠĪāŦ‹āŠ·āŠ•āŠūāŠ°āŠ•āŠĪāŠūāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠĻāŠūāŠœāŦāŠ• āŠĻāŠĨāŦ€
    āŠ•āŠ°āŠĪāŦ‹, āŠđāŦāŠ‚ āŠ•āŠđāŦāŠ‚ āŠ›āŦāŠ‚: ‘āŠĪāŦ‡
    āŠ…āŠļāŠ‚āŠĪāŦ‹āŠ·āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠĪāŠūāŠ“āŠĻāŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŠĻāŦ‡āŠļāŠŋāŠĻāŦ‡āŠļāŠĄāŦ‡āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦ‹āŠ°āŦ‡āŠļāŠĻāŦ‡āŠļāŠŋāŠĻāŦāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŦāŠļāŠŋāŠŊāŠĻ’
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    42) Classical Haitian Creole-Klasik kreyÃēl,
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEGH1dyWyBc
    Sn 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta nan klasik kreyÃēl ayisyen Creolese-Klasik Kreyo
    - Pran plezi -
    [Abnanda]
    Youn,
    pwa, ki moun ki pa pran plezi nan (vizib) son, degustasyon,
    degustateur, tasÃĻ fenomÃĻn, fenomÃĻn mantal, des pa pran plezi nan
    ungeesofavorin. Nan yon moun ki pa donnen nan satisfezan, mwen di: ‘Li
    se Buyelated soti nan
    satisfezanestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestoresTorestoressinesIxion’.
    Guyana 1965
    Achille Garnier
    492 subscribers
    A long time ago in Guyana
    https://tenor.com/view/swaos-kneecaps-d-istoted-edited-big-mouth-gif-17744193
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    43) Classical Hausa-Hausa Hausa,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaUyQb7XFIo
    Sn 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sumta a Classical Hausa-Hausa Hausa
    - jin daɗi -
    [Abnanda]
    Oneaya,
    wake, wanda ba ya jin daɗi a ciki (bayyane) sauti (masu siyar da sannu,
    da dandanan, dandanan, ‘yan katsanyensu, da kuma sahihanci ba su da
    farin ciki a cikin Unganesofactornins. Daga wanda baya jin daɗin rashin
    gamsarwa, na ce: ‘Shi ne buuwa daga rashin gamsasuwar rashin
    gamsassasasashen duniya’.
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    44) Classical Hawaiian-Hawaiian Hawaiian,




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaUyQb7XFIo
    Sn 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sumta a Classical Hausa-Hausa Hausa
    - jin daɗi -
    [Abnanda]

    Oneaya,
    wake, wanda ba ya jin daɗi a ciki (bayyane) sauti (masu siyar da sannu,
    da dandanan, dandanan, ‘yan katsanyensu, da kuma sahihanci ba su da
    farin ciki a cikin Unganesofactornins. Daga wanda baya jin daɗin rashin
    gamsarwa, na ce: ‘Shi ne buuwa daga rashin gamsasuwar rashin
    gamsassasasashen duniya’.
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    Artist
    VINEET SINGH
    Song
    502243 DGVNF 29660 02 Chura Ke Leja
    Artist
    Palak Muchhal

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIUcQyoeSec
    Sn 35.20 (s av 13)
    ĘŧO’Abinanda Sutta i ke kola’āina o ka Mō’ÄŦ Mokuna HawaiĘŧi-Hawaiian
    -ĘŧoluĘŧolu -
    [Abnanda]
    ĘŧO
    kekahi, pÄŦpÄŦ,Ęŧo ia ke leĘŧaleĘŧa (ĘŧikeĘŧia) nā leo, nā mea hana, nā mea
    hana, ka maĘŧi puĘŧeĘŧau, ka hopena O ka mea i manaĘŧoĘŧoleĘŧole e
    noĘŧonoĘŧoĘŧole ai, e’ōlelo wau: ‘Ua kÅŦĘŧaiĘŧiaĘŧo ia mai ka mea maikaĘŧiĘŧole
    maikaĘŧi loa.
    In Praise of Dependent Origination - Day 2
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    session online from his residence in Dharamsala, HP, India on October
    10, 2021 at the request of a group of Taiwanese.
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    45) Classical Hebrew- ŨĒŨ‘ŨĻŨ™ŨŠ Ũ§ŨœŨŨĄŨ™ŨŠ





    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FIUcQyoeSec
    Sn 35.20 (s av 13)
    ĘŧO’Abinanda Sutta i ke kola’āina o ka Mō’ÄŦ Mokuna HawaiĘŧi-Hawaiian
    -ĘŧoluĘŧolu -
    [Abnanda]
    ĘŧO
    kekahi, pÄŦpÄŦ,Ęŧo ia ke leĘŧaleĘŧa (ĘŧikeĘŧia) nā leo, nā mea hana, nā mea
    hana, ka maĘŧi puĘŧeĘŧau, ka hopena O ka mea i manaĘŧoĘŧoleĘŧole e
    noĘŧonoĘŧoĘŧole ai, e’ōlelo wau: ‘Ua kÅŦĘŧaiĘŧiaĘŧo ia mai ka mea maikaĘŧiĘŧole
    maikaĘŧi loa.
    In Praise of Dependent Origination - Day 2
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    2 of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s two day teaching on Tsongkhapa’s In
    Praise of Dependent Origination followed by a question and answer
    session online from his residence in Dharamsala, HP, India on October
    10, 2021 at the request of a group of Taiwanese.
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2P8WI3YCUJk

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    Ũ‘ŨĪŨĻŨ§ Ũ”ŨĻŨŨĐŨ•ŨŸ ŨŨ Ũ™ Ũ‘Ũ•Ũ—ŨŸ ŨŨŠ ŨŠŨ•Ũ•Ũ™ŨŠ Ũ”Ũ™Ũ™Ũ“Ũ•ŨĒ Ũ‘Ũ’ŨĻŨžŨ Ũ™ŨŠ Ũ”- Artikel Ũ•Ũ Ũ˜Ũ™Ũ•ŨŠŨ™Ũ•.
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    06) Classical Devanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€,

    https://tenor.com/view/smg4-mario-big-brain-smart-i-am-smart-gif-21836381
    āĪāĪļāĪāĪĻ 35.20 (āĪāĪļ IV 13)
    āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪĶāĨ‡āĪĩāĪĻāĪūāĪ—āĪ°āĨ€ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ…āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪļāĨāĪĪāĪū, āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€-āĪĶāĨ‡āĪĩāĪĻāĪūāĪ—āĪ°āĨ€- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ°āĪĢ -
    - āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ -
    [āĪ…āĪŽāĨāĪĻāĨāĪ‚āĪĶāĪū]
    āĪāĪ•,
    āĪļāĨ‡āĪŪ, āĪœāĨ‹ (āĪĶāĨƒāĪķāĨāĪŊāĪŪāĪūāĪĻ) āĪ§āĨāĪĩāĪĻāĪŋ, tasters, tasters, tasters āĪ˜āĪŸāĪĻāĪū, āĪŪāĪūāĪĻāĪļāĪŋāĪ• āĪ˜āĪŸāĪĻāĪū,
    unganesofactorins āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĻ āĪĻāĪđāĨ€āĪ‚ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ āĪāĪ• āĪœāĨ‹ āĪ…āĪļāĪ‚āĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĪĪāĪū āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪĄāĪĪāĪūāĪˆ āĪĻāĪđāĨ€āĪ‚
    āĪ•āĪ°āĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ, āĪŪāĨˆāĪ‚ āĪ•āĪđāĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨ‚āĪ‚: ‘āĪĩāĪđ āĪ…āĪļāĪ‚āĪĪāĨ‹āĪ·āĪœāĪĻāĪ•
    āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĨˆāĪ•āĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĪĻāĨ‡āĪļāĪ‡āĪĻāĨ‡āĪļ
    āĪ‡āĪ‚āĪĄāĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĪŋāĪ‚āĪļāĪŋāĪ‚āĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪļāĪĻ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ–āĪ°āĨ€āĪĶāĪū āĪœāĪūāĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ’āĨĪ
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    46) Classical Hmong- Lus Hmoob,




    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5GX0AAA-0k4
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta hauv cov Hmoob
    - Delight -
    [Abnanda]
    Ib
    qho, taum, uas tsis zoo siab rau (pom) suab, qab qab, tsis txhob txaus
    siab rau hauv cov neeg tsis txaus siab rau hauv cov neeg tsis txaus siab
    rau hauv cov neeg tsis txaus siab rau hauv cov neeg tsis txaus siab rau
    hauv cov neeg tsis txaus siab rau hauv cov neeg tsis txaus siab rau cov
    neeg tsis txaus ntseeg. Ntawm ib tug Leej twg puas Tsis Deight nyob rau
    hauv UnsatisForkoriness, kuv Hais tias: ‘Nws yog Buyelated los ntawm
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    47) Classical Hungarian-Klasszikus magyar,



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QM_EPwI2yxQ
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta a klasszikus magyar-Klasszikus magyarban
    - ÃķrÃķm -
    [Abnanda]
    Az
    egyik, a bab, aki nem ÃķrÞl (lÃĄthatÃģ) hangok, kÃģstolÃģ, kÃģstolÃģ, kÃģstolÃģ
    jelensÃĐgek, mentÃĄlis jelensÃĐgek, des nem ÃķrÞl a nemzetsÃĐgben. Azok
    kÃķzÞl, akik nem mondjÃĄk el az untatisfororiness-et, azt mondom: “A nem
    kielÃĐgítő, nem
    kielÃĐgítőoriestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestinessinsixion”.
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    Three of the main Buddhist texts had a total of 84,000 passages of dhamma.
    Buddha
    predicted before His attaining Eternal Bliss, that His religion would
    last for only 5,000 years. And now it has been 2,562 years.
    The
    benefit from building a great number of Buddhist statues is the growth
    of our religion so that our young generation will know about the 84,000
    Buddhist statues in Takeo province and they will want to come and see
    them.
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    received many awards such as BCS Ratna Award for Broadcast Excellence as
    Best Politoon, FICCI-BAF Best Animation in the Open category and Winner
    FICCI BAF Show of the Year.

    youtube.com

    So Sorry: EVM Testing Competition
    So
    Sorry: EVM Testing CompetitionSo Sorry is an exclusive Politoons series
    by India Today Group. It is India’s first politoons series and an
    initiative by In…




    • 06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€,
      https://giphy.com/gifs/disney-happy-excited-kzwzTIbi7sBm8
      āĪāĪļāĪāĪĻ 35.20 (āĪāĪļ IV 13)
      āĪ…āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨāĪŸāĪū
      - āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ -
      [āĪ…āĪŽāĨāĪĻāĨāĪ‚āĪĶāĪū]
      āĪāĪ•,
      āĪļāĨ‡āĪŪ, āĪœāĨ‹ (āĪĶāĨƒāĪķāĨāĪŊāĪŪāĪūāĪĻ) āĪ§āĨāĪĩāĪĻāĪŋ, tasters, tasters, tasters āĪ˜āĪŸāĪĻāĪū, āĪŪāĪūāĪĻāĪļāĪŋāĪ• āĪ˜āĪŸāĪĻāĪū,
      unganesofactorins āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĻ āĪĻāĪđāĨ€āĪ‚ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ āĪāĪ• āĪœāĨ‹ āĪ…āĪļāĪ‚āĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĪĪāĪū āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪĄāĪĪāĪūāĪˆ āĪĻāĪđāĨ€āĪ‚
      āĪ•āĪ°āĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ, āĪŪāĨˆāĪ‚ āĪ•āĪđāĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨ‚āĪ‚: ‘āĪĩāĪđ āĪ…āĪļāĪ‚āĪĪāĨ‹āĪ·āĪœāĪĻāĪ•
      āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĨˆāĪ•āĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĪĻāĨ‡āĪļāĪ‡āĪĻāĨ‡āĪļ
      āĪ‡āĪ‚āĪĄāĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨ‹āĪ°āĪļāĪŋāĪ‚āĪļāĪŋāĪ‚āĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪļāĪĻ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ–āĪ°āĨ€āĪĶāĪū āĪœāĪūāĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ’āĨĪ
    happy disney GIF


    08) Classical Afrikaans– Klassieke Afrikaans


    https://tenor.com/view/nick-skatercl-skaterxl-gif-21161606
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinneanda sutta in klassieke Afrikaans-llassiek Afrikaans
    - vreugde -
    [Abnanda]
    Een,
    bone, wat nie ‘n vreugde is nie (sigbare) klanke, proe, proe,
    smaakverskynsels, geestelike verskynsels, is nie behae in
    unganesofactorins nie. Van een wat nie in unsatisforkoriness is nie, sÊ
    ek: ‘Hy is aan die slaap van
    onbevredigendeorestorestersToresTorestoresToresSinesIndinesToresToresToresToresToresSinesInsixion’.


    Nick Skatercl GIF - Nick Skatercl Skaterxl GIFs



    09) Classical Albanian-Shqiptare klasike,
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta nÃŦ gjuhÃŦn klasike shqiptare-shiptarekake
    - KÃŦnaqÃŦsi -
    [Abnanda]
    NjÃŦ,
    fasule, tÃŦ cilÃŦt nuk kÃŦnaqen nÃŦ (tÃŦ dukshme), tasters, tasters,
    fenomene tasters, fenomeneve mendore, des nuk kÃŦnaqet nÃŦ
    UnganesOfactorins. Nga njÃŦ qÃŦ nuk ecÃŦn nÃŦ pakÃŦnaqÃŦsi, unÃŦ them: ‘Ai
    ÃŦshtÃŦ i blerÃŦzuar nga
    unsatisfactorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestosinxionsorestorestorestorestosinsixion’.





    10) Classical Amharic-አንጋፋዊ አማርኛ,

    https://tenor.com/view/letter-b-marriage-crush-bridget-gif-12853069
    SN 35.20 (s IV 13)
    በአá‰Ēና áˆģá‰ĩá‰ģ á‰ áˆáˆ―áˆ­á‰ĩ አማርኛ- በአማርኛ ይገኛል
    - ደáˆĩ ይላá‰ļዋል -
    [አá‰Ēኒ]
    በ
    (á‹Ļሚá‰ģá‹Đ) á‹ĩም sounds á‰―, áŒĢá‹áˆ‹á‹Žá‰―, áŒĢá‹áˆ‹á‹Žá‰―, áŒĢá‹áˆ‹á‹Žá‰― á‹Ŧልተደሰቱ á‰ĒáˆŦá‹Žá‰― አንá‹ĩ, á‰Ģá‰„áˆ‹á‹Žá‰―, በአáŠĨምáˆŪ
    ክáˆĩተá‰ķá‰― ውáˆĩáŒĨ አá‹Ŧáˆĩደáˆĩተውም. በፍላጎá‰ĩ ውáˆĩáŒĨ á‹ĻማይáŠŦá‹ĩ áŠĻሆነ, áŠĨኔ áŠĨላለሁ
    ‘áŠĻሌለሞá‰ģáˆŪáˆĩá‰ķሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩáˆĩá‰ķሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩáˆĩá‰ķሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩáˆĩá‰ķሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩáˆĩá‰ķሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩáˆĩá‰ķሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩሎá‰ĩáˆĩá‰ķሎá‰ĩáˆĩá‰ķሎá‰ĩáˆĩá‰ķሎáˆĩá‰ķሎáˆĩá‰ķሎáˆĩá‰ķኒንáˆĩ
    ሚኒáˆĩá‰ĩር áŠĶá•áˆŽáˆ―áŠ“áˆ’ ተá‰Ĩሎ ተገልáŒŧል.

    Letter B Marriage Crush GIF - Letter B Marriage Crush Bridget GIFs




    11) Classical Arabic-اŲ„Ų„ØšØĐ Ø§Ų„ØđØąØĻŲŠØĐ Ø§Ų„ŲØĩØ­Ų‰




    12) Classical Armenian-ÕĪÕĄÕ―ÕĄÕŊÕĄÕķ Õ°ÕĄÕĩÕĨրÕĨÕķ,

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)

    Abinanda Sutta ÕĪÕĄÕ―ÕĄÕŊÕĄÕķ Õ°ÕĄÕĩÕĨրÕĨÕķ- ÕĪÕĄÕŊÕĄÕŊ Õ€ÕĄÕĩÕĨրÕĨÕķ ÕĢÕĨÕĄÕŊÕĄÕŊ Õ€ÕĄÕĩÕĨրÕĨÕķ
    - ՆÕūÕĄÕĶÕĨցÕļւցÕŦÕđ -

    [Abnanda]
    ՄÕĨÕŊ,
    ÕŽÕļÕĒÕŦ, ÕļÕū ÕļÖ‚Ö€ÕĄÕ­ ÕđÕ§ (ÕŋÕĨÕ―ÕĄÕķÕĨÕŽÕŦ) Õ°ÕķÕđÕĩÕļւÕķÕķÕĨրÕļÕū, Õ°ÕĄÕīÕĄÕŊÕĨրÕŋÕķÕĨրÕŦց,
    Õ°ÕĄÕīÕĄÕŊÕĨրÕŋÕķÕĨրÕŦց, Õ°ÕĄÕīÕĄÕŊÕĨրÕŋÕķÕĨրÕļÕū ÕĨրÕĨւÕļւÕĩÕĐÕķÕĨրÕŦ, ÕīÕŋÕĄÕūÕļր ÕĨրÕĨւÕļւÕĩÕĐÕķÕĨրÕŦ, DES ÕļÕđ
    ÕļÖ‚Ö€ÕĄÕ­ÕĄÕķÕļւÕī ÕđÕ§: ÔĩÕ― ÕĄÕ―ÕļւÕī ÕĨÕī. ÂŦÕ†ÕĄ ÕĄÕ―ÕļւÕī ÕĨÕī.


    13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū


    https://tenor.com/view/cute-panda-smile-slap-butt-slap-gif-17778013

    āĶāĶ›āĶāĶĻ 35.20 (āĶāĶ› āĶ†āĶ‡āĶ­āĶŋ 13)
    āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū āĶ…āĶ­āĶŋāĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶ āĶļā§āĶŸā§āĶŸāĶū
    — āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶ -
    [āĶ…āĶ­āĶŋāĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶ]
    āĶāĶ•,
    āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶš, āĶŊāĶŋ (āĶĶā§ƒāĶķā§āĶŊāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ) ā§°ā§‚āĶŠ, āĶķāĶŽā§āĶĶ, āĶ—ā§‹āĶĻā§āĶ§, āĶļā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶĶ, āĶķāĶūā§°ā§€ā§°āĶŋāĶ• āĶŠā§°āĶŋāĶ˜āĶŸāĶĻāĶū, āĶŪāĶūāĶĻāĶļāĶŋāĶ•
    āĶŠā§°āĶŋāĶ˜āĶŸāĶĻāĶūāĶĪ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶŋāĶĪ āĶĻāĶđāĶŊāĶž, āĶ…āĶļāĶĻā§āĶĪā§‹āĶ·āĶœāĶĻāĶ•āĶĪāĶūāĶĪ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶŋāĶĪ āĶĻāĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ āĶŊāĶŋāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶ…āĶļāĶĻā§āĶĪā§‹āĶ·āĶœāĶĻāĶ•āĶĪāĶūāĶĪ
    āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶŋāĶĪ āĶĻāĶđāĶŊāĶž, āĶĪā§‡āĶ“āĶāĶēā§‹āĶ•ā§° āĶŽāĶŋāĶ·āĶŊāĶžā§‡ āĶŪāĶ‡ āĶ•āĶ“āĶ: ‘āĶĪā§‡āĶ“āĶ āĶ…āĶļāĶĻā§āĶĪā§‹āĶ·āĶœāĶĻāĶ•āĶĪāĶūā§° āĶŠā§°āĶū āĶŪā§āĶ•ā§āĶĪ
    āĶđā§ˆāĶ›ā§‡’āĨĪ

    Cute Panda Sticker - Cute Panda Smile Stickers

    14) Classical Azerbaijani- Klassik Azərbaycan,



    https://tenor.com/view/oguzhan-ozyakup-besiktas-futbolcu-gif-11487564

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta Klassik Klassik Azərbaycan-Lassik Azərbaycan-Lassik

    - ZÃķvq -
    [Abnanda]
    Bir,
    lobya, ləzzət almayan (gÃķrÞnən) səslər, ləzzətlər, dadlÄąlar, dadÄącÄąlar,
    psixi hadisələr, psixi hadisələr, des, Unganesofactors-dən ləzzət
    almÄąr. UnsatisForkoriness bir kim yoxdur Deight, mən De Of: “O
    UNSATISFACTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESSINESSINESDORESTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESSINESSINSIXION
    olan Buyelated edilir.

    Oğuzhan Ãķzyakup GIF - Oguzhan Ozyakup Besiktas Futbolcu GIFs


    15) Classical Basque- Euskal kielbasi,
    https://tenor.com/view/scotts-scottsmy-vitamins-vitamin-a-vitamin-b-gif-17391089
    SN 35,20 (IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta Euskara Klasikoan - Euskal Kielbas, Azərbaycan

    - gozamen -
    [Abnanda]
    Bat,
    babarrunak, ez dira gozatzen (ikusgai) soinuak, egunkariak, egunkariak,
    egunkariak, fenomeno mentalak, desketak ez dira unganesofactorinetan
    gozatzen. UnitisforKoriness-en sinesten ez duen bat da:
    ‘UnsatisfactorStorestorestorestoresTorestorestorestoressToressoressinessinSinSIbiSorestorestoressinSinSinSinSIlimor’.


    Scotts Scottsmy GIF - Scotts Scottsmy Vitamins GIFs



    16) Classical Belarusian-КÐŧаŅŅ–Ņ‡Ð―аŅ ÐąÐĩÐŧаŅ€ŅƒŅÐšÐ°Ņ,


    https://tenor.com/view/%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%B8%D0%B2%D0%B5%D1%82ro-ve-gu-n5-gif-14670128
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta Ņž КÐŧаŅŅ–Ņ‡Ð―Ņ‹Ðž ÐąÐĩÐŧаŅ€ŅƒŅÐšÐ°-КÐŧаŅŅ–Ņ‡Ð―а БÐĩÐŧаŅ€ŅƒŅÐšÐ°Ņ

    - Delight -
    [ÐÐąÐ―Ð°Ð―Ðīа]
    АÐīÐ―Ð°
    з Ņ„аŅÐūÐŧŅ–, Ņ…Ņ‚Ðū Ð―Ðĩ Ņ€Ð°ÐīаŅŅ†ŅŒ Ņƒ (ÐąÐ°Ņ‡Ð―Ņ‹Ņ) ÐģŅƒÐšŅ–, ÐīŅÐģŅƒŅŅ‚аŅ‚аŅ€Ņ‹, ÐīŅÐģŅƒŅŅ‚аŅ‚аŅ€Ņ‹,
    ŅÐžÐ°ÐšÐ°ÐēŅ‹Ņ з’ŅÐēŅ‹, ÐŋŅŅ–Ņ…Ņ–Ņ‡Ð―Ņ‹Ņ з’ŅÐēŅ‹, ÐīÐĩз Ð―Ņ заŅ…аÐŋÐŧÐĩÐ―Ð―Ðĩ Ņž unganesofactorins.
    ÐĒÐūÐđ, Ņ…Ņ‚Ðū Ð―Ðĩ ÐŋаÐķаÐīаÐĩ Ņž Unsatisforkoriness, Ņ КаÐķŅƒ: ÂŦÐÐ― Ð―Ð°ÐąŅ‹Ņ‚Ņ‹ аÐī
    unsatisfactorestorestorestorestorestorestorestoresToresinsInsixion

    ÐŋŅ€ÐļÐēÐĩŅ‚ro Ve Gu N5 GIF - ÐŋŅ€ÐļÐēÐĩŅ‚ro Ve Gu N5 GIFs


    17) Classical Bengali-āĶ•ā§āĶēāĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū,

    https://tenor.com/view/%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D1%89%D1%91%D0%BD%D0%BE%D0%B5-%D0%B2%D0%BE%D1%81%D0%BA%D1%80%D0%B5%D1%81%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%8C%D0%B5-%D0%BF%D1%80%D0%BE%D1%81%D1%82%D0%B8-dove-rose-gif-16459984
    SN 35.20 (āĶ—ā§āĶēāĶŋ IV 13)
    āĶ•ā§āĶēāĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶē āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ‚āĶ•ā§‡āĶ° āĶ…āĶŽā§€āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶ āĶļā§āĶĪāĶū- āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū

    - āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶ -
    [Abnanda]
    āĶāĶ•,
    āĶŪāĶŸāĶ°āĶķā§āĶŸāĶŋ, āĶŊāĶūāĶ°āĶū (āĶĶā§ƒāĶķā§āĶŊāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ) āĶķā§‹āĶĻāĶūāĶšā§āĶ›ā§‡ āĶĻāĶū, āĶŸāĶūāĶļā§āĶŸāĶūāĶ°, āĶŸāĶūāĶļā§āĶŸāĶūāĶ°, āĶŸāĶūāĶļā§āĶŸāĶūāĶ°āĶļ
    āĶŦā§‡āĶĻā§‹āĶŪā§‡āĶĻāĶū, āĶŪāĶūāĶĻāĶļāĶŋāĶ• āĶ˜āĶŸāĶĻāĶū, āĶĄā§‡āĶļ āĶ‡āĶ‰āĶĻāĶūāĶĻāĶļā§‹āĶŦā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ•ā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°āĶŋāĶĻāĶ—ā§āĶēāĶŋāĶĪā§‡ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶŋāĶĪ āĶĻāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ āĶŊāĶŋāĶĻāĶŋ
    āĶ…āĶļāĶĻā§āĶĪā§āĶ·ā§āĶŸāĶĪāĶūāĶŊāĶž āĶđāĶĪāĶūāĶķ āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡āĶĻ, āĶ†āĶŪāĶŋ āĶŽāĶēāĶŋ: ‘āĶĪāĶŋāĶĻāĶŋ
    āĶ…āĶļāĶĻā§āĶĪā§āĶ·ā§āĶŸāĶ°āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°āĶŋāĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°āĶļā§āĶŸāĶŋāĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°āĶļā§āĶŸāĶŋāĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸā§‹āĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°āĶļā§āĶŸāĶŋāĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§āĶ‡āĶĻā§āĶŸāĶŋāĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ°ā§‡āĶļā§āĶŸāĶ…āĶĻā§āĶŸāĶŋāĶļā§āĶŸāĶūāĶ‡āĶĻāĶļāĶŋāĶĻā§āĶļāĶŋāĶĻā§āĶļāĶŋāĶĻā§āĶļāĨĪ

    ÐŋŅ€ÐūŅ‰Ņ‘Ð―ÐūÐĩ ÐēÐūŅÐšŅ€ÐĩŅÐĩÐ―ŅŒÐĩ GIF - ÐŋŅ€ÐūŅ‰Ņ‘Ð―ÐūÐĩ ÐēÐūŅÐšŅ€ÐĩŅÐĩÐ―ŅŒÐĩ ÐŋŅ€ÐūŅŅ‚Ðļ GIFs


    18) Classical Bosnian-Klasični bosanski,
    https://tenor.com/view/mongol-mongol-gif-mongolian-script-haha-ineedtei-yum-be-gif-21579610

    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta u klasičnom bosanskom-klasičnom bosanski

    - Delight -
    [ABNANDA]
    Jedan,
    pasulj, koji nije oduÅĄevljen (vidljivim) zvucima, masnim ukusima,
    tasterama, tastera, apoteke, mentalne pojave, des ne oduÅĄevljava u
    UnganeSofactorinsu. Onaj koji ne miri u nezadovolju, kaÅūem: ‘Kupuje se
    iz nezadovoljačke
    instaliraleStorskeRestoRestorestoreStorSessinesineStorestoRestoRestoRestoRestoRessistiixion’.
    Mongol Mongol Gif GIF - Mongol Mongol Gif Mongolian Script GIFs

    19) Classical Bulgaria- КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩŅÐšÐļ ÐąŅŠÐŧÐģаŅ€ŅÐš,

    https://tenor.com/view/anime_gde-gif-18230906
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta Ðē КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩŅÐšÐ° БŅŠÐŧÐģаŅ€ÐļŅ- КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡ÐĩŅŅÐš
    - Ð―Ð°ŅÐŧаÐīа -
    [Abnanda]
    ЕÐīÐļÐ―,
    ÐąÐūÐą, КÐūÐđŅ‚Ðū Ð―Ðĩ ŅÐĩ Ð―Ð°ŅÐŧаÐķÐīаÐēа Ð―Ð° (ÐēÐļÐīÐļОÐļ) зÐēŅƒŅ†Ðļ, ÐīÐĩÐģŅƒŅŅ‚аŅ‚ÐūŅ€Ðļ,
    ÐīÐĩÐģŅƒŅŅ‚аŅ‚ÐūŅ€Ðļ, ÐīÐĩÐģŅƒŅŅ‚аŅ‚ÐūŅ€Ðļ ŅÐēÐŧÐĩÐ―ÐļŅ, ÐŋŅÐļŅ…ÐļŅ‡Ð―Ðļ ŅÐēÐŧÐĩÐ―ÐļŅ, des Ð―Ðĩ ŅÐĩ
    Ð―Ð°ŅÐŧаÐķÐīаÐēаŅ‚ Ð―Ð° Ð―ÐĩÐ―ÐģÐ°Ð―ÐĩÐūŅ„аКŅ‚ÐūŅ€Ðļ. ОŅ‚ Ņ‚ÐūзÐļ, КÐūÐđŅ‚Ðū Ð―Ðĩ ŅÐĩ ÐŋŅ€ÐĩŅÐŧÐĩÐīÐēа Ðē
    Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēÐūÐŧÐļŅ‚ÐĩÐŧÐ―ÐūŅŅ‚Ņ‚а, КазÐēаО: “ÐĒÐūÐđ Ðĩ ŅÐļÐģÐ―Ð°ÐŧÐ―Ð° ÐūŅ‚
    Ð―ÐĩзаÐīÐūÐēÐūÐŧÐļŅ‚ÐĩÐŧÐ―ÐūŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€ŅŅ‚ÐūŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€ŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€ŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€ŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€ ÐļŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€Ð·ÐūŅ€ÐĩŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€ŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€ŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€ŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€
    ÐļŅŅ‚ÐūŅ€Ņ†ÐļКŅÐļК”.
    Anime_gde GIF - Anime_gde GIFs



  • 20) Classical Catalan-Català clàssic

  • https://tenor.com/view/vendrediparty-gif-12597549
  • Sn 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Suta en català clàssic-calatà clàssic
    - Delícia -
    [Abnanda]
    Un,
    mongetes, que no es delegui en sons (visibles), tastadors, tastadors,
    tastadors FenÃēmens, fenÃēmens mentals, des que no es delecten en
    desanissosofactorins. D’una persona que no faci de manera
    insatisfactÃēria, dic: ‘Està buidada a partir de
    insatisfacciÃģEstoresToresTorestoresToresTorestorestoressinessinessinoresdoresTorestesToresTorestinessinSixion’.
    Vendrediparty GIF - Vendrediparty GIFs
  • 21) Classical Cebuano-Klase sa Sugbo,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUbLxbziNnI

  • SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta sa Classical Cebuano-Klasase sa Sugbo
    - Kalipay -
    [ANNANDA]
    Usa,
    beans, nga dili mahimuot sa (makita) mga tunog, tatters, tasters,
    tasters nga mga katingad-an, mga katingad-an sa panghunahuna sa mga
    unganesofforins. Sa Usa nga ba Dili Deight sa UnsatisForkoriness, ako
    Ingna: ‘Siya Buyelated gikan sa
    UNSATISFACTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESSINESSINESDORESTORESTORESTORESTORESTORESSINESSINSIXION’.
    MN44: CÅŦáļ·avedalla Sutta - Part 1 (Ven. Dr. Punnaji) 24th August 2015
    Bhante Punnaji
    Sutta Lesson on 24th August 2015 at the Buddhist Maha Vihara by Ven. Dr. M. Punnaji Mahathera on MN44: CÅŦáļ·a­ve­dalla­ Sutta.

    https://tenor.com/view/skaterxl-gif-18133217
    Skaterxl GIF - Skaterxl GIFs
  • 22) Classical Chichewa-Chikale cha Chichewa,
  • Sg 35.20 (S IV 13)

  • Abinanda Sutta mu Cichewa -galeta osati Chichewa
    - chisangalalo -
    [Abnanda]
    Chimodzi,
    nyemba, yemwe sakondwera (wowoneka), wowoneka, obwereka,
    assompassomena, Maganizo sasangalala ndi Ungusofortins. Za munthu amene
    sachita zinthu mopandakhutila, anati: ‘Amangochulukitsidwa ku
    osazindikira stoptinestoregineinestoreinestoregixion
    syustortortortoirialssixion’.


  •  



    23) Classical Chinese (Simplified)-åĪå…ļäļ­æ–‡ïžˆįŪ€ä―“,

  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rYn4qGEx3U
    SN 35.20S IV 13
    Abinanda SuttaåœĻåĪå…ļäļ­æ–‡ïžˆįŪ€ä―“ - åĪå…ļäļ­æ–‡ïžˆįŪ€ä―“

    - æŽĢčĩ -
    [Abnanda]
    äļ€äļŠïžŒčą†įąŧïžŒč°äļå–œæŽĒåŊč§ïž‰åĢ°éŸģïžŒå“å°č€…ïžŒå“å°č€…ïžŒå“å°č€…įŽ°čąĄïžŒåŋƒį†įŽ°čąĄïžŒDesåœĻ朊æ›ŋäŧĢįš„朊čūū到朊加å…Ĩįš„æ›ŋäŧĢį­čŒã€‚

    我čŊīïžš’äŧ–æ˜Ŋïžš’äŧ–æ˜ŊäŧŽäļæŧĄæ„įš„ortorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestoressinessionįš„čī­äđ°ã€‚

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  • 24) Classical Chinese (Traditional)-åĪå…ļäļ­æ–‡ïžˆįđéŦ”,

    https://giphy.com/gifs/wwe-wrestling-wrestlemania-35-h7KhPXKqbjre7GI6nY

  • SN 35.20S IV 13
    Abinanda SuttaåœĻåĪå…ļäļ­æ–‡ïžˆå‚ģįĩąïž‰ - åĪå…ļäļ­æ–‡ïžˆįđéŦ”

    - æŽĢčģž -
    [Abnanda]
    äļ€å€‹ïžŒčą†éĄžïžŒčŠ°äļå–œæ­ĄïžˆåŊčĶ‹ïž‰čēéŸģïžŒå“åšč€…ïžŒå“åšč€…ïžŒå“åšč€…įūčąĄïžŒåŋƒį†įūčąĄïžŒDesåœĻ朊æ›ŋäŧĢįš„朊達到朊加å…Ĩįš„æ›ŋäŧĢæŧ…čŒã€‚

    æˆ‘čŠŠïžš’äŧ–æ˜Ŋïžš’äŧ–æ˜Ŋåūžäļæŧŋ意įš„ortorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestoressinessionįš„čģžčē·ã€‚

    Wrestlemania 35 Sport GIF by WWE
  • 25) Classical Corsican-Corsa Corsicana,
  • https://tenor.com/view/atualiza-estalo-atualiza-ai-continental-gif-18088839
    Sn 35,20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sta a Opere Corsica-Corsica Corsicana

    - Dasping -
    [Abnanda]
    Unu,
    pani Ãđn si piacÃĻ in i so SOi cristiani, gustori, fenomeni mutiri
    Mentali, des micca piacÃĻ in i unganesofactorins. Di quellu chÃŽ Ãđn vole
    micca in unsficientu, dicu: ‘hÃĻ cumprenamente da unsffacer
    larstoperestolestolestestolestestestestestestestestestestestestestestestestestestestestarestlestolestristossillestolestol’essolest
    Atualiza Estalo Sticker - Atualiza Estalo Atualiza Ai Stickers

  • 26) Classical Croatian-Klasična hrvatska,

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyTuYdhr8JI

  • SN 35.20 (s IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta u klasičnoj hrvatsko-klasičnoj Hrvatskoj
    - uÅūitak -
    [Abnanda]
    Jedan,
    grah, koji ne uÅūiva u (vidljivo) zvukove, kuÅĄači, kuÅĄači, fanomene
    kuÅĄani, mentalni fenomeni, des ne oduÅĄevljavaju u negagezofaktorinima.
    Onaj koji ne izlazi u nesigurnosti, kaÅūem: “On je buÅĄeći od
    nezaordestorestorestorestorestorestorestoressorestorestorestorestorestorestorestoressinsinsisisixion”.
    Where is Indian Economy headed? UNCTAD
    LaunchPad Education
    United Nations Conference on Trade & Development (UNCTAD)

    Ustia Sm GIF - Ustia Sm Guvir GIFs
  • 27) Classical Czech-KlasickÃĄ čeÅĄtina

  • https://tenor.com/view/egashira-limbo-rock-limbo-rock-like-a-boss-asian-gif-5503238
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda SUTA v klasickÃРčesko-KlasickÃРčeÅĄtině
    - potÄ›ÅĄení -
    [Abnanda]
    Jeden,
    fazole, kteří nejsou potÄ›ÅĄení (viditelnÃĐ) zvuky, ochutnÃĄvky,
    ochutnÃĄvky, ochutnÃĄvače jevÅŊ, duÅĄevních jevÅŊ, des není potÄ›ÅĄení v
    unganesofactorins. Z toho, kdo nemÃĄ pokladně v neuspokojivosti, říkÃĄm:
    “On je buícen z nespokojenosti z
    neuspokojivostiStravitorestorestorestorestorestoressinesdorestorestorestorestorestoressoressinsixion”.


    Egashira GIF - Egashira Limbo Rock GIFs



    • 28) Classical Danish-Klassisk dansk,Klassisk dansk,
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRkg4JR1K9E
      SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda Sutta i klassisk dansk-Klassisk Dansk, Klassisk Dansk
    - Delight -
    [Abnanda]
    En,
    bÃļnner, der ikke er glÃĶde af (synlige) lyde, smagsprÃļver, smagsprÃļver,
    smagsberÃļrte fÃĶnomener, mentale fÃĶnomener, des ikke glÃĶde i
    uganesofactoriner. Af en, der ikke fremhÃĶver i utilfredshed, siger jeg:
    “Han er kÃļbt af
    utilfredsstillendeorestorestorestorestorestorestoressessinesDorestorestorestorestoressinSinSixion
    ‘.
    In Praise of Dependent Origination - Day 2
    Dalai Lama Archive
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    Day
    2 of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s two day teaching on Tsongkhapa’s In
    Praise of Dependent Origination followed by a question and answer
    session online from his residence in Dharamsala, HP, India on October
    10, 2021 at the request of a group of Taiwanese. Viewers are requested
    to please follow their local social distancing rules while viewing the
    live webcast.

  • https://tenor.com/view/kanjani8-shake-japanese-jpop-gif-5051582


    • 29) Classical Dutch- Klassiek Nederlands,

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6uOwR3Lb4w
      SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
      Abinanda sutta in klassieke Nederlandse Klassiek Nederlands
      - Vreugde -
      [ABINANDA]
      EÃĐn,
      bonen, die niet genieten van (zichtbare) geluiden, proevers,
      proeverijen, proeversfenomenen, mentale verschijnselen, des te delight
      in UnganSofactorins. Van iemand die niet in onverdorgeforscheurheid is,
      zeg ik: ‘hij is gekoppeld aan
      onbevredigendeorestorestorestorestoresessinessinesDorestorestorestoressessinessInionion’.
      #SylviaBay #Cetana #Intentions
      Cetanā – Intention SN 12 38 & AN 11 2 by Sylvia Bay - 20200815

      Buddhist Fellowship
      7.39K subscribers
      SPECIAL SATURDAY SERIES DHAMMA SHARING BY SIS SYLVIA BAY

      Title: Cetanā (Intention) SN12.38 and AN11.2 [with Annotations] by Sis Sylvia Bay

      Description:
      This
      is the edited recording with annotations of the talk given by Sis
      Sylvia Bay on Sat, 15 August 2020 at Buddhist Fellowship ‘Facebook
      Live’.

      Two
      suttas with seemingly common theme of “cetanā” headline this Dhamma
      sharing session by Sis Sylvia Bay. They are however very different with
      Cetanā Sutta SN12.38 (Intention) focusing on how rebirth or
      consciousness are driven by intention, planning and tendencies and that
      even if one does not have intention or planning but as long as one
      continues to have subtle habits, rebirth will persist. And as long as
      there is birth, there will be a whole mass of suffering. The second
      sutta, Cetanākaraáđ‡ÄŦya Sutta AN11.2 (Making a Wish), explains the path to
      liberation is conditional upon one whose behaviour is virtuous.
      Establishing the right conditions would naturally set the Dhamma wheel
      turning, leading one to see the purpose and benefit of knowledge and
      vision that will lead one towards liberation.

      Sutta References
      Cetanā Sutta SN12.38
      Cetanākaraáđ‡ÄŦya Sutta AN11.2
      Nibbedhika Sutta AN 6.63
      Dhammapada verses 1
      Dhammapada verses 2
      Vipallāsa Sutta AN 4.49
      VesālÄŦ Sutta SN 54.9
      Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta SN 56.11

      #SylviaBay #Cetana #Intentions

      Profile of Speaker:
      Sis
      Sylvia Bay has dedicated herself to the study and practice of the
      Buddha’s teachings since 1992. She holds a BA (Hons) in Buddhist Studies
      from the Buddhist & Pali University of Sri Lanka, and was a
      lecturer with her alma mater. She also has a Masters in International
      Public Policy from John Hopkins School of Advanced Studies. Since 2001,
      Sis Sylvia has been a regular speaker on Buddhist doctrines and their
      practical applications at local and regional Buddhist organisations. In
      2013, she published her first book “Between The Lines: An Analytical
      Appreciation of The Buddha’s Life”. She is now working on another book
      titled “Towards The Light: the Buddha’s Guide to a Heavenly Rebirth”.

    • https://tenor.com/view/kononopedia-suchodolski-nitroszczur-upadek-fiksja-gif-15897835
    • Kononopedia Suchodolski GIF - Kononopedia Suchodolski Nitroszczur GIFs

      31) Classical Esperanto-Klasika Esperanto,

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ny_Eectjy2Y
      SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
      Abinanda Sutta en klasika Esperanto -lange Esperanto
      - Delight -
      [Abnanda]
      Unu,
      faboj, kiuj ne plaĉas al (videblaj) sonoj, gustumantoj, gustumantoj,
      gustumantaj fenomenoj, mensaj fenomenoj, des ne ĝuas negaligajn. De unu,
      kiu ne mensogas en neatisma, mi diras: ‘Li estas Buedita de
      Nesutistactorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestorestoresstorsixion’.
      5. The Treasury of the Basic Space of Phenomena - Longchen Rabjam (Longchenpa) - Dzogchen
      Samaneri Jayasāra - Wisdom of the Masters
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      Part 5 of the Treasury includes: Section 10.
      Among the works in Longchen Rabjam’s famous collection, the Seven Treasuries, is this book commonly known as the ChÃķying Dzod.

      Longchenpa,
      also known as Longchen Rabjam , ‘Infinite, Vast Expanse of Space’, or
      DrimÃĐ Ã–zer (1308-1364), was one of the most brilliant teachers of the
      Nyingma lineage. He systematized the Nyingma teachings in his ‘Seven
      Treasures’ and wrote extensively on Dzogchen.

      Reading taken from The Treasury of the Basic Space of Phenomena -Translated by Richard Barron (Lama ChÃķkyi Nyima).
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    • 32) Classical Estonian- klassikaline eesti keel,

      https://tenor.com/view/halynex-eurovision-esc-dancing-lasha-tumbai-eurowizja-gif-17431484
      SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
      ABinanda Sutta klassikalises Estonia -Lassiin Eesti keeles
      - Nauding -
      [Abnanda]
      Üks,
      oad, kes ei ole rÃĩÃĩmu (nÃĪhtav) kÃĩlab, taperid, taitumarid, taastuvad
      nÃĪhtused, vaimsed nÃĪhtused, des ei rÃĩÃĩmu cackenesofactoriinides. \ T

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    • 33) Classical Filipino klassikaline filipiinlane,





    • https://tenor.com/view/russian-style-sports-fail-gif-12306852

      SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
      Abinanda Sutta sa Classical Filipino klassaline Filipinlane.
      - Kagalakan -
      [Abnanda]
      Ang
      isa, beans, na hindi galak sa (nakikita) tunog, tasters, tasters,
      tasters phenomena, mental phenomena, des hindi galak sa
      unggansofactorins. Ng isang taong hindi karapat-dapat sa
      unsatisforkoriness, sinasabi ko: ‘Siya ay binibili mula sa
      unsensacfactorestorestorestorestorestorestorestioninesdorestorestorestorestoressinsixion’.
    • ÐŋÐū-Ņ€ŅƒŅŅÐšÐļ ŅÐŋÐūŅ€Ņ‚ ŅÐ°ÐŧŅŒŅ‚Ðū ÐŋŅ€ŅƒÐķÐļÐ―Ņ‹ Ņ„ÐĩÐđÐŧ GIF - Russian Style Sports GIFs
    • 34) Classical Finnish- Klassinen suomalainen,

    https://tenor.com/view/egashira-gif-5503239
    SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
    Abinanda suta klassisessa suomalais-Lasinen Suumlainen
    - ilahduttaa -
    [Abnanda]
    Yksi,
    pavut, jotka eivÃĪt ole iloisia (nÃĪkyvissÃĪ) ÃĪÃĪniÃĪ, maistaa, maistaa,
    maistuja ilmiÃķitÃĪ, henkisiÃĪ ilmiÃķitÃĪ, des ei ilahduttaa
    Unganesofactorins. Yksi, joka ei ole varma epÃĪtodennÃĪkÃķisyydestÃĪ, sanon:
    “HÃĪn on buyelated from
    unsatisfactorestorestrestorestorestorestorestorestorestressinessinesforestorestorestorestrestorestinessinsiksen”.
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    • 35) Classical French- Français classique,

      https://tenor.com/view/skam-skam-france-tv-series-gif-15919337
      SN 35.20 (S IV 13)
      Abinanda Sutta en français classique - Français Classique
      - Plaisir -
      [Abnanda]
      Un,
      haricots, qui ne se dÃĐlecte pas dans des sons (visibles), des dÃĐgÃĒts,
      des dÃĐgÃĒts, des phÃĐnomÃĻnes de dÃĐgÃĒts, des phÃĐnomÃĻnes mentaux, des pas ne
      plaisant pas dans des organisations d’organisations. D’une personne qui
      ne dÃĐpÊche pas de non-saveurs, je dis: ÂŦIl est achetÃĐ de maniÃĻre
      insatisfaiteTorestorestorestorestorestOrestoressinessinesDorestorestorestorestorestorSoressinessIssocixionÂŧ.
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    • 36) Classical Frisian- Klassike Frysk,

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUEn5ElZFJ8

      Samaneri Jayasāra - Wisdom of the Masters
      48.8K subscribers
      Part 2 of the Treasury includes: Sections 3-5
      Among the works in Longchen Rabjam’s famous collection, the Seven Treasuries, is this book commonly known as the ChÃķying Dzod.

      Longchenpa,
      also known as Longchen Rabjam , ‘Infinite, Vast Expanse of Space’, or
      DrimÃĐ Ã–zer (1308-1364), was one of the most brilliant teachers of the
      Nyingma lineage. He systematized the Nyingma teachings in his ‘Seven
      Treasures’ and wrote extensively on Dzogchen.

      Reading taken from The Treasury of the Basic Space of Phenomena -Translated by Richard Barron (Lama ChÃķkyi Nyima).
      The text can be purchased here: https://tibetantreasures.com/products

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    • 86) Classical Samoan-Samoan Samoa,
    https://tenor.com/view/nadundon-nadun-nisansala-srilanka-colombo-gif-10918820

    Abhijāna Soutta
    - Iloa saĘŧo le iloa - i le Masani a Samoa-Samoa Samoa

    Fai lelei le mafaufau - ala i le bnal bliss

    Fai le aau tino

    Fiaaai o le sili ona leaga ituaiga o faĘŧamaĘŧi na faĘŧaulu mai se tasi
    Tupulaga Broccoli, pepa, kukama, pi i pou.

    Sujata fafagaina Buddha, Ashoka totoina fua o fua o le lalolagi i luga o le lalolagi atoa ma i le vateatea manao e pule

    Dr B.r.ambedkur faititili “autu bharatt badhmay karunga.” (O le a ou faia lenei atunuu Buddhist)

    Uma
    Aborigina Afriginan fafagted Sosaiete Thusty “Ham Starpashoch Prabuddha
    Prabrachmaya karsune.” O le a faia le lalolagi prabuddha prapanch

    Buddha-i ana lava upu


    E
    ala i le iloaina saĘŧo ma le malamalama malamalama atoatoa, Blaikkhus, i
    lona faia o le faĘŧauiga agai i ai ma lafoai, o se tasi e mafaia ona
    faafesuiai ai puapuaga; E ala i le iloaina saĘŧo ma malamalama lelei
    lagona, Blaikkhus, i lona faia o le faĘŧalavelave i ai ma tuĘŧumau, o le
    tasi ua e faĘŧaumatia mafatiaga; O le suĘŧesuĘŧeina saĘŧo ma le malamalama
    atoatoa, bhikkhus, i le faĘŧatinoina o le faĘŧauiga agai i ai ma lafoai, o
    se tasi e mafaia ona faafesuiai manua; E ala i le iloaina saĘŧo ma le
    malamalama lelei i totonu, Blaikkhus, i le faĘŧamalosiina agai ia i latou
    ma tuĘŧulafoaĘŧiina i latou, o le a mafai e se tasi ona faĘŧaumatia
    mafatiaga; O le silafia saĘŧo atili ma le malamalama lelei, Blaikkhus, i
    lona faia o le faĘŧalavelave i ai ma tuĘŧumau ai, o se tasi e mafaia ona
    faĘŧaumatia mafatiaga.

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    • 88) Classical Scots Gaelic-Gàidhlig Albannach Clasaigeach



    • Abhijāna Sutta
      - gu dÃŽreach a ‘faighinn eÃēlas air Gàidhlig Gaelicic Scots-Gàidhlig Albabanch Clasageach

      DÃĻan inntinn math a bhith a ‘glanadh

      A ‘dÃĻanamh snàmh inntinn

      Is e acras an seÃērsa tinneas as miosa a dhÃĻanadh dÃđisg aon
      Fàs broccoli, piobar, cucumber, pÃēnairean ann am poitean.

      Sujata
      Bed Buddha, Ahoka Chuir Ahoka Profted Measan a ‘giÃđlan chraobhan air
      feadh an t-saoghail agus ann am fànais.mayawati na riaghailt sin

      Dr B.R.ambedKar Thunded “PrÃŽomh Karunda Baudhmay Baudhmay.” (NÃŽ mi seo BÃđdaich na dÃđthcha seo)

      A
      h-uile comainn a tha ag iarraidh tÃđsanach a tha ag iarraidh air
      TÃđsanach “Hulpanch Prabudddha Prapanchmay Karunge.” NÃŽ mi an t-saoghal
      Prabudddha Prapanch

      Buddha-in cuid fhaclan fhÃĻin


      Le
      bhith a rÃĻir gu dÃŽreach agus gu tur TORAIDHEAN, tha Bikkhus, le bhith a
      ‘faighinn a-mach a dh’ ionnsaigh agus a ‘leigeil às e, tha e comasach
      dha a bhith a’ sgrios fulangas; Le bhith a ‘tuigsinn gu dÃŽreach agus a’
      tuigsinn gu tur a ‘faireachdainn, le bhith a’ faighinn e a ‘faighinn
      a-mach a dh’ ionnsaigh agus a leigeil seachad, tha e comasach dha fhÃĻin a
      sgrios a sgrios; Le bhith a ‘tuigsinn gu dÃŽreach agus gu tur tuigse,
      Bhikkhus, le bhith a’ faighinn dragh a dh ‘ionnsaigh agus a leigeil
      seachad, a’ leigeil a-mach gu robh e comasach dha fulang a sgrios; Le
      bhith a ‘tuigsinn gu dÃŽreach ri luchd-obrach agus làn thuigse, Bhikkhus,
      le bhith a’ faighinn dragh dhaibh agus gan leigeil seachad, a ‘leigeil
      a-mach, tha e comasach dha fulang a sgrios; Le bhith a ‘tuigsinn gu
      dÃŽreach agus gu tur tuigse cho tuigse, Bhikkhus, le bhith a’ faighinn
      cothrom air a dhÃĻidh agus a leigeil seachad, tha e comasach dha a bhith a
      ’sgrios fulang.












    • 89) Classical Serbian-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡Ð―Ðļ ŅŅ€ÐŋŅÐšÐļ,

      https://tenor.com/view/im-here-arrival-entrance-%E3%83%99%E3%82%BF%E3%83%83%E3%82%AF%E3%83%9E-%E5%88%B0%E7%9D%80-gif-13121525

      ÐÐąŅ…ÐļŅ˜Ð°Ð―а ŅŅƒŅ‚Ņ‚а
      - ДÐļŅ€ÐĩКŅ‚Ð―Ðū ÐŋÐūÐ·Ð―Ð°ÐēаŅšÐĩ -ÐļÐ― ÐĶÐŧаŅŅÐļŅ†Ð°Ðŧ ÐĄÐĩŅ€ÐąÐļÐ°Ð―-КÐŧаŅÐļŅ‡Ð―Ðļ ŅŅ€ÐŋŅÐšÐļ

      ДÐūÐąŅ€Ðū ÐŋŅ€ÐūŅ‡ÐļŅŅ‚ÐļŅ‚Ðĩ ŅƒÐž - ÐŋŅƒŅ‚ ÐīÐū ÐĩŅ‚Ð―Ðū ÐąÐŧаÐķÐĩÐ―ŅŅ‚Ðēа

      РаÐīÐĩ Ð―Ð° ÐīÐūÐąŅ€ÐūО ÐŋÐŧÐļÐēаŅšŅƒ

      ГÐŧаÐī Ņ˜Ðĩ Ð―Ð°Ņ˜ÐģÐūŅ€Ð° ÐēŅ€ŅŅ‚а ÐąÐūÐŧÐĩŅŅ‚Ðļ КÐūŅ˜Ð° Ņ˜Ðĩ Ņ€ÐĩКÐŧа Ðīа Ņ˜Ðĩ ÐŋŅ€ÐūÐąŅƒŅ’ÐĩÐ―Ð°
      ГŅ€ÐūÐē БŅ€ÐūКÐūÐŧÐļ, ÐąÐļÐąÐĩŅ€, КŅ€Ð°ŅŅ‚аÐēаŅ†, ÐŋаŅŅƒŅ™ Ņƒ ÐŧÐūÐ―Ņ†ÐļОа.

      ÐĄŅƒŅ˜Ð°Ņ‚а Ņ˜Ðĩ ÐĪÐĩÐī БŅƒÐīÐīŅ…а, АŅŅ…ÐūКа ÐŋÐūŅÐ°ÐīÐļÐŧа ŅŅ‚Ð°ÐąÐŧа ÐēÐūŅ›Ð° Ð―Ð° ŅÐēÐĩŅ‚Ņƒ Ðļ Ņƒ ŅÐēÐĩОÐļŅ€Ņƒ.МаÐļаÐēаŅ‚Ðļ ÐķÐĩÐŧÐļ Ņ‚Ðū ÐŋŅ€Ð°ÐēÐļÐŧÐū

      ДŅ€ Б.Р.Ð‘Ð°ÐžÐąÐĩÐīКаŅ€ ÐĒŅ…ŅƒÐ―ÐīÐĩŅ€ÐĩÐī “МаÐļÐ― БŅ…аŅ€Ð°Ņ‚ БаŅƒÐīŅ…ОаÐļ КаŅ€ŅƒÐ―Ðģа.” (НаÐŋŅ€Ð°ÐēÐļŅ›Ņƒ ÐūÐēŅƒ ÐąŅƒÐīÐļŅŅ‚Ņƒ Ņƒ зÐĩОŅ™Ðļ)

      ÐĄÐēа Ð°ÐąÐūŅ€ÐļŅŸÐļÐ―ŅÐšÐ° ÐąŅƒŅ˜Ð―а ÐīŅ€ŅƒŅˆŅ‚Ðēа ÐģŅ€ÐūО “ÐĨŅƒÐž ПŅ€ÐūÐąÐ°Ņ†Ņ… ПŅ€Ð°ÐąŅƒÐīÐīŅ…а ПŅ€Ð°Ņ‚Ð°Ð―Ņ†Ņ…ОаÐļ КаŅ€ŅƒÐ―ÐģÐĩ.” ÐĢŅ‡ÐļÐ―ÐļŅ›Ðĩ ŅÐēÐĩŅ‚ ПŅ€Ð°ÐąŅƒÐīÐīŅ…а ПŅ€Ð°Ņ‚Ð°Ð―Ņ†Ņ…

      БŅƒÐīа-Ņƒ ŅšÐĩÐģÐūÐēÐĩ ŅÐūÐŋŅŅ‚ÐēÐĩÐ―Ðĩ Ņ€ÐĩŅ‡Ðļ


      ДÐļŅ€ÐĩКŅ‚Ð―Ðū
      ÐŋÐūÐ·Ð―Ð°ÐēаŅšÐĩО Ðļ ÐŋÐūŅ‚ÐŋŅƒÐ―Ðū Ņ€Ð°Ð·ŅƒÐžÐĩÐēаŅšÐĩО ÐūÐąŅ€Ð°ŅŅ†Ð°, ÐąŅ…ÐļККŅ…ŅƒŅ, Ņ‚аКÐū ŅˆŅ‚Ðū Ņ›ÐĩŅ‚Ðĩ ОŅƒ
      Ð―ÐĩÐīÐūŅŅ‚аŅ˜Ð°Ņ‚Ðļ ÐŋŅ€ÐĩОа ŅšÐĩОŅƒ Ðļ Ð―Ð°ÐŋŅƒŅŅ‚ÐļŅ‚Ðļ Ðģа, Ņ˜ÐĩÐīÐ°Ð― Ņ˜Ðĩ Ņƒ ŅŅ‚аŅšŅƒ Ðīа ŅƒÐ―ÐļŅˆŅ‚Ðļ ÐŋаŅ‚ŅšŅƒ;
      ДÐļŅ€ÐĩКŅ‚Ð―Ðū ÐŋÐūÐ·Ð―Ð°ÐēаŅšÐĩО Ðļ ÐŋÐūŅ‚ÐŋŅƒÐ―Ðū Ņ€Ð°Ð·ŅƒÐžÐĩÐēаŅšÐĩО ÐūŅÐĩŅ›Ð°Ņ˜Ð°, ÐąŅ…ÐļККŅ…ŅƒŅ, Ņ‚аКÐū ŅˆŅ‚Ðū
      Ņ›ÐĩŅ‚Ðĩ Ðģа ÐūŅÐļŅ€ÐūОаŅˆÐļŅ‚Ðļ ÐŋŅ€ÐĩОа ŅšÐĩОŅƒ Ðļ Ð―Ð°ÐŋŅƒŅŅ‚ÐļŅ‚Ðļ Ðģа, Ņ˜ÐĩÐīÐ°Ð― Ņ˜Ðĩ ŅƒÐŋÐļŅ‚Ð°Ð― Ðīа ŅƒÐ―ÐļŅˆŅ‚Ðļ
      ÐŋаŅ‚ŅšŅƒ; ДÐļŅ€ÐĩКŅ‚Ð―Ðū ÐŋÐūÐ·Ð―Ð°ÐēаŅšÐĩО Ðļ Ņƒ ÐŋÐūŅ‚ÐŋŅƒÐ―ÐūŅŅ‚Ðļ Ņ€Ð°Ð·ŅƒÐžÐĩÐēаŅšÐĩ ÐŋÐĩŅ€Ņ†ÐĩÐŋŅ†ÐļŅ˜Ðĩ,
      ÐąŅ…ÐļККŅ…ŅƒŅ, ÐŋÐūŅŅ‚аÐēŅ™Ð°ŅšÐĩО Ð―ÐĩÐŋŅ€ÐļŅŅ‚ÐūŅ˜Ð―ÐūÐģ ÐŋŅ€ÐĩОа ŅšÐĩОŅƒ Ðļ ÐūÐīŅƒŅŅ‚аŅ˜Ð°ŅšÐĩ ÐūÐī Ņ‚ÐūÐģа,
      Ņ˜ÐĩÐīÐ°Ð― Ņ˜Ðĩ Ņƒ ŅŅ‚аŅšŅƒ Ðīа ŅƒÐ―ÐļŅˆŅ‚Ðļ ÐŋаŅ‚ŅšŅƒ; ДÐļŅ€ÐĩКŅ‚Ð―Ðū ÐŋÐūÐ·Ð―Ð°ÐēаŅšÐĩО Ðļ Ņƒ ÐŋÐūŅ‚ÐŋŅƒÐ―ÐūŅŅ‚Ðļ
      Ņ€Ð°Ð·ŅƒÐžÐĩÐēаŅšÐĩ КÐūÐ―ŅŅ‚Ņ€ŅƒÐšŅ†ÐļŅ˜Ð°, ÐąŅ…ÐļККŅ…ŅƒŅÐ°, ÐŋÐūŅŅ‚аÐēŅ™Ð°ŅšÐĩО Ð―ÐĩŅ‡ÐļŅŅ‚ÐūÐģ ÐŋŅ€ÐĩОа ŅšÐļОа Ðļ
      Ð―Ð°ÐŋŅƒŅˆŅ‚аŅ˜ŅƒŅ›Ðļ ÐļŅ…, Ņ˜ÐĩÐīÐ°Ð― Ņ˜Ðĩ Ņƒ ŅŅ‚аŅšŅƒ Ðīа ŅƒÐ―ÐļŅˆŅ‚Ðļ ÐŋаŅ‚ŅšŅƒ; ДÐļŅ€ÐĩКŅ‚Ð―Ðū ÐŋÐūÐ·Ð―Ð°ÐēаŅšÐĩО Ðļ
      ÐŋÐūŅ‚ÐŋŅƒÐ―Ðū Ņ€Ð°Ð·ŅƒÐžÐĩÐēаŅšÐĩО ŅÐēÐĩŅŅ‚Ðļ, БŅ…ÐļККŅ…ŅƒŅ, Ņ‚аКÐū ŅˆŅ‚Ðū Ņ›ÐĩŅ‚Ðĩ ÐūŅŅ‚аÐēÐļŅ‚Ðļ Ð―ÐĩŅŅ€ÐĩŅ‚Ð―Ðļ
      ÐŋŅ€ÐĩОа ŅšÐĩОŅƒ Ðļ Ð―Ð°ÐŋŅƒŅŅ‚ÐļŅ‚Ðļ Ðģа, Ņ˜ÐĩÐīÐ°Ð― Ņ˜Ðĩ Ņƒ ŅŅ‚аŅšŅƒ Ðīа ŅƒÐ―ÐļŅˆŅ‚Ðļ ÐŋаŅ‚ŅšŅƒ.

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    • 90) Classical Sesotho-Seserbia ea boholo-holo,

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      Abhijāna Sutta
      - Ho tseba ka kotloloho - Oserbia ea Boholo-Holo Boholo-Holo

      Etsa se setle haholo - tseleng ho ea ho bana ba e -mll

      Ho sesa kelellong

      Tlala ke mofuta o mobe ka ho fetisisa oa bokuli o boletse ho tsosa o mong
      Hola Broccoli, pepere, likomkomere, linaoa ka lipitsa.

      Sujata
      Food Buddha, Ashoka o ile a lema litholoana tse nang le lifate
      lefatÅĄeng ka bophara le sebakeng.mayawati o batla hore molao

      Dr b.r.ambedkar pundred “Mari Bharat Baudhmay Karunga.” (Ke tla etsa naha ena buddhist)

      Abrignal
      e ile ea tsosolosoa litho tsa Setsi sea Ngaunder “Hum promolch
      Prabuddha Prapanchmay Karningge.” E tla etsa lefatÅĄe prabuddha prapanch

      Buddha - ka mantsoe a hae


      Ka
      foromo e utloisisang ka kotloloho le ka botlalo, Bhikkhus, ka ho hana
      ho e hana le ho e tlohela, ea tsebang ho felisa mahlomola; Ka maikutlo a
      ka hloko le ho utloisisa ka kotloloho, Bhikkhus, ka ho amohela
      ngangisano ho eona ebe ba e tlohela, motho o khona ho senya mahlomola;
      Ka pono e tobileng le ho utloisisa ka kotloloho, Bhikkhus, ka ho hana ho
      eona ebe e e tlohela, ea tsebang ho senya mahlomoleng; Ka ho tseba
      mekhabiso ka kotloloho le ho utloisisa ka botlalo, Bhikkhus, ka ho
      amohela ngangisano ho bona ebe o ba tlohela, motho o khona ho mamella
      mahlomola; Ka ho utloisisa tumelo ka kotloloho le ho utloisisahale ka
      botlalo, Bhikkhus ka botlalo, Bhikkhes ka botlalo, Bhikkhes ka botlalo,
      Bhikkheus, ka ho hana ho eona ebe ba e tlohela, ea khonang ho ba utloa
      bohloko.
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    • 91) Classical Shona-Shona Shona,
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      Abhijāna Sutta
      - zvakananga kuziva -In Classical Shona-Shona Shona

      Ita zvakanaka chenongedzo pfungwa - nzira kune etnal bliss

      Ita seyntsing yekushambira

      Nzara ndiyo nzira yakaipa kwazvo yehurwere yakataura yakamutswa
      Kurima broccoli, pepper, cucumbi, bhinzi muPoto.

      Sujata Wed Buddha, Ashoka akadyara michero achibereka miti pasi rese uye mudenga.Mayaliyati anodiwa

      Dr B.r.ambedkar kutinhira “Main Bharat Baudhahmay Karunga.” (Ndichaita kuti nyika ino Buddhist)

      Vese Aborigine Vamutswa Sangano Kutinhira “hum prevanch prabuddha prapanchmay karunge.” Ichaita kuti nyika prabuddha prapanch

      Buddha-mumashoko ake amene


      Nekuziva
      kwakananga uye kunonzwisisa zvizere. Nekuziva zvakananga uye
      nekunzwisisa zvizere kunzwa, Bhikkhusi, nekuita kusimuka kwariri uye
      kuzvisiya, mumwe ari kugona kuparadza kutambura; Nekuziva zvakananga uye
      nekunzwisisa zvizere kunzwisisa, Bhikkhusi, nekurega kusiya kwariri uye
      kuzvisiya, mumwe anokwanisa kuparadza kutambudzika; Nekuziva zvakananga
      uye nekunzwisisa zvizere Nekuziva zvakananga uye kunyatsonzwisisa
      kuziva, Bhikkhusi, nekuita kusavira kwazviri uye kuzvisiya, munhu
      anokwanisa kuparadza kutambudzika.

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    • 93) Classical Sinhala-ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķ·ā·ā·€ā·Šāķš ā·ƒā·’āķ‚ā·„āķ―,

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      āķ…āķ·ā·’āķĒā·āķąā· ā·ƒā·–āķ­ā·Šāķŧāķš
      - āķšā·™āķ―ā·’āķąā·Šāķļ āķŊā·āķąā·“āķļ - ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķ·ā·ā·€ā·Šāķš ā·ƒā·’āķ‚ā·„āķ―-

      ā·„ā·œāķģ āķīā·’āķŧā·’ā·ƒā·’āķŊā·” āķļāķąā·ƒ āķšāķŧāķąā·Šāķą - āķļā·’ā·ƒā·“āķ§ āķ‘āķąā·Šāķ§ā·āķ―ā·Š āķīā·Šāķŧā·“āķ­ā·’āķļāķ­ā·Š

      ā·ƒā·’ā·„ā·’āķšā·™āķąā·Š āķīā·’ā·„ā·’āķąā·“āķļ āķšāķŧāķąā·Šāķą

      āķšā·”ā·ƒāķœā·’āķąā·Šāķą āķšāķąā·” āķŊāķŧā·”āķŦā·”āķ­āķļ āķŧā·āķœā·āķķā·āķ°āķšāķšā·Š āķķā·€ āķ…ā·€āķŊā·’ ā·€ā·– āķķā·€āķšā·’
      āķķā·Šāķŧā·œāķšā·œāķ―ā·’, āķœāķļā·Šāķļā·’āķŧā·’ā·ƒā·Š, āķīā·’āķīā·’ umber ā·Š umber ā·, āķķā·āķ‚āķ ā·’ ā·€āķ― āķķā·āķ‚āķ ā·’ ā·€āķœā· āķšāķŧāķąā·Šāķą.

      ā·ƒā·”āķĒā·āķ§ā· ā·†ā·āķ―āķŧā·Š āķķā·”āķŊā·”āķąā·Š, āķ…ā·ā·āķš āķ―ā·œā·€ āķīā·”āķŧā· ā·ƒā·„ āķ…āķ·ā·Šāķšā·€āķšā·ā·āķšā·š āķ‡āķ­ā·’ āķœā·ƒā·Š ā·ƒā·„ā·’āķ­ āķīāķ―āķ­ā·”āķŧā·” ā·ƒā·„ā·’āķ­ āķīāķ―āķ­ā·”āķŧā·” āķŧā·āķīāķŦāķš āķšā·…ā·šāķš. āķ‘āķļ āķŧā·“āķ­ā·’āķšāķš

      āķ†āķ ā·āķŧā·Šāķš āķķā·“. (āķļāķļ āķļā·š āķŧāķ§ āķķā·žāķŊā·Šāķ°āķšā· āķšāķŧāķąā·Šāķąāķļā·Š)

      ā·ƒā·’āķšāķ―ā·”āķļ
      āķ†āķŊā·’ā·€ā·ā·ƒā·“ āķ…ā·€āķŊā·’ ā·ƒāķļā·āķĒ āķœā·’āķœā·”āķŧā·”āķļā·Š ā·ƒā·„ā·’āķ­ ā·ƒāķļā·āķĒ āķœā·’āķœā·”āķŧā·”āķļā·Š ā·ƒā·„ā·’āķ­ ā·ƒāķļā·āķĒ “ā·„āķļā·Š āķīā·Šāķŧāķķā·”āķŊā·Šāķ°
      āķīā·Šāķŧāķķā·”āķŊā·Šāķ° āķīā·Šāķŧāķķā·”āķŊā·Šāķ° āķīā·Šāķŧāķīā·Šāķīā·”āķ°ā·āķ ā·āķļā·š āķšāķŧā·”ā·€ā·šāķœā·š.” āķ―ā·āķš āķīā·Šāķŧāķķā·”āķŊā·Šāķ°āķīā·Šāķ­ āķīāķŧā·’āķ ā·ŠāķĄā·šāķŊāķš āķķā·€āķ§
      āķīāķ­ā·Š āķšāķŧāķąā·” āķ‡āķ­

      āķķā·”āķŊā·”āķŧāķĒā·āķŦāķąā·Š ā·€ā·„āķąā·Šā·ƒā·š - āķ”ā·„ā·”āķœā·šāķļ ā·€āķ āķą ā·€āķ―ā·’āķąā·Š


      āķ·ā·’āķšā·Šā·‚ā·–āķąā·Š
      ā·€ā·„āķąā·Šā·ƒā·šāķ―ā·, āķšā·™āķ―ā·’āķąā·Šāķļ āķŊā·āķą āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š ā·„ā· ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķīā·–āķŧā·ŠāķŦāķšā·™āķąā·Š āķ…ā·€āķķā·āķ° āķšāķŧ āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š, āķ’
      ā·ƒāķģā·„ā· ā·€ā·’ā·‚āķļāķ­ā·ā·€āķšāķšā·Š āķ―āķķā·āķœā·™āķą āķ‘āķš āķ…āķ­ā·„ā·āķŧ āķŊā·āķļā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š āķšā·™āķąā·™āķšā·”āķ§ āķŊā·”āķšā·Š ā·€ā·šāķŊāķąā· ā·€ā·’āķąā·ā· āķšā·…
      ā·„ā·āķšā·’āķš. āķ·ā·’āķšā·Šā·‚ā·–āķąā·Š ā·€ā·„āķąā·Šā·ƒā·šāķ―ā·, āķšā·™āķ―ā·’āķąā·Šāķļ āķŊā·āķą āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š ā·„ā· ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķīā·–āķŧā·ŠāķŦāķšā·™āķąā·Š āķ­ā·šāķŧā·”āķļā·Š
      āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š, āķ’ ā·ƒāķģā·„ā· ā·€ā·’ā·‚āķļāķ­ā·ā·€āķšāķšā·Š āķ―āķķā·āķœā·™āķą āķ‘āķš āķ…āķ­ā·„ā·āķŧ āķŊā·āķļā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š āķšā·™āķąā·™āķšā·”āķ§ āķŊā·”āķšā·Š ā·€ā·šāķŊāķąā·
      ā·€ā·’āķąā·ā· āķšā·’āķŧā·“āķļāķ§ ā·„ā·āķšā·’āķšā·ā·€āķšā·Š āķ‡āķ­. āķ·ā·’āķšā·Šā·‚ā·–āķąā·Š ā·€ā·„āķąā·Šā·ƒā·šāķ―ā·, āķšā·™āķ―ā·’āķąā·Šāķļ āķŊā·āķą āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š ā·„ā·
      ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķīā·–āķŧā·ŠāķŦāķšā·™āķąā·Š āķ­ā·šāķŧā·”āķļā·Š āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š, āķ’ ā·ƒāķģā·„ā· ā·€ā·’ā·‚āķļāķ­ā·ā·€āķšāķšā·Š āķ―āķķā·āķœā·™āķą āķ‘āķš āķ…āķ­ā·„ā·āķŧ āķŊā·āķļā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š
      āķšā·™āķąā·™āķšā·”āķ§ āķŊā·”āķšā·Š ā·€ā·šāķŊāķąā· ā·€ā·’āķąā·ā· āķšā·… ā·„ā·āķšā·’āķš. āķœā·œāķĐāķąā·āķœā·“āķļā·Š, āķ·ā·’āķšā·Šā·‚ā·–āķąā·Š ā·€ā·„āķąā·Šā·ƒā·šāķ―ā·, āķ’ā·€ā·
      āķšā·™āķ―ā·’āķąā·Šāķļ āķŊā·āķą āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š ā·„ā· ā·ƒāķļā·Šāķīā·–āķŧā·ŠāķŦāķšā·™āķąā·Š āķ…ā·€āķķā·āķ° āķšāķŧ āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š, āķ”ā·€ā·”āķąā·Š āķšā·™āķŧā·™ā·„ā·’
      ā·€ā·’ā·‚āķļāķ­ā·ā·€āķšāķšā·Š āķ―āķķā·āķœā·™āķą āķ’ā·€ā· āķ…āķ­ā·„ā·āķŧ āķŊā·āķļā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š āķšā·™āķąā·™āķšā·”āķ§ āķŊā·”āķšā·Š ā·€ā·šāķŊāķąā· ā·€ā·’āķąā·ā· āķšā·… ā·„ā·āķšā·’āķš.
      āķ·ā·’āķšā·Šā·‚ā·–āķąā·Š ā·€ā·„āķąā·Šā·ƒā·šāķ―ā·, āķšā·™āķ―ā·’āķąā·Šāķļ āķŊā·āķą āķœā·āķąā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š ā·„ā· āķīā·–āķŧā·ŠāķŦ āķ…ā·€āķķā·āķ°āķš, āķ·ā·’āķšā·Šā·‚ā·–āķąā·Š
      ā·€ā·„āķąā·Šā·ƒā·šāķ―ā·, āķ’ ā·ƒāķģā·„ā· ā·€ā·’ā·‚āķļāķ­ā·ā·€āķšāķšā·Š āķ―āķķā·āķœā·™āķą āķ‘āķš āķ…āķ­ā·„ā·āķŧ āķŊā·āķļā·“āķļā·™āķąā·Š āķšā·™āķąā·™āķšā·”āķ§ āķŊā·”āķšā·Š ā·€ā·šāķŊāķąā·
      ā·€ā·’āķąā·ā· āķšā·… ā·„ā·āķšā·’āķš.
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    • 94) Classical Slovak-KlasickÃ― slovenskÃ―,

      https://tenor.com/view/%D0%BC%D0%B0%D1%81%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8%D1%86%D0%B0-%D0%B1%D0%BB%D0%B8%D0%BD%D1%8B-%D0%B8%D0%BA%D1%80%D0%B0-%D0%BA%D1%80%D0%B0%D1%81%D0%BD%D0%B0%D1%8F-%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B2%D0%BE%D1%80%D0%BE%D0%B4%D0%B0-gif-16377503

      Abhijāna Sutta
      - priamo s vedomím-voči klasickÃ―m slovenskom-KlasickÃ―m SlovenskÃ―m

      Urobte si dobre očistiÅĨ myseÄū - cesta na blaÅūenÃĐ etickÃĐ

      Si mysleli plÃĄvanie

      Hlad je najhorÅĄÃ­ druh choroby, ktorÃ― povedal
      PestovaÅĨ brokolicu, korenie, uhorku, fazuÄūu v hrnci.

      Sujata Fed Budhu, Ashoka zasadil ovocie loÅūiskÃĄ stromy po celom svete a vo vesmíre.mayawati chce toto pravidlo

      Dr B.r.AMBEDKAR hromne “HlavnÃ― Bharat Baudhmay Karunga.” (Urobím tÚto krajinu budhistov)

      VÅĄetky domorody prebudili spoločnosti hrom “hum propvetha prabuddha prapachmay karunge.” Urobí svet Prabuddha Prapaan

      Buddha-vo svojich vlastnÃ―ch slovÃĄch


      Priamo
      poznaním a plne porozumením formulÃĄra Bhikkhus, tÃ―m, Åūe sa dostanete na
      to a opustil ho, jeden je schopnÃ― zničiÅĨ utrpenie; Priamo poznaním a
      plne porozumením pocitu Bhikkhus, tÃ―m, Åūe sa dostanete na to a opustil
      ho, jeden je schopnÃ― zničiÅĨ utrpenie; Priamo poznaním a plne porozumením
      vnímania, Bhikkhus, tÃ―m, Åūe sa dostanete na to a opustil ho, jeden je
      schopnÃ― zničiÅĨ utrpenie; Bezprostredne poznaním a plne porozumením
      stavby, Bhikkhus, tÃ―m, Åūe sa dostanem na neho a opustil ich, je schopnÃ―
      zničiÅĨ utrpenie; Priamo poznaním a plne pochopením vedomia, Bhikkhus,
      tÃ―m, Åūe sa dostanete na to a opustil ho, jeden je schopnÃ― zničiÅĨ
      utrpenie.

      ОаŅÐŧÐĩÐ―ÐļŅ†Ð° ÐąÐŧÐļÐ―Ņ‹ GIF - ОаŅÐŧÐĩÐ―ÐļŅ†Ð° ÐąÐŧÐļÐ―Ņ‹ ÐļКŅ€Ð° GIFs





    • 95) Classical Slovenian-Klasična slovenska,

      https://tenor.com/view/potseluy-lyubov-lyublu-gif-5729204

      ABHIJNA SUTTA.
      - neposredno vedeti -in klasična slovenÅĄÄina-Klasična Slovenska

      Dobro očistite um - pot do etnal blaÅūenosti

      Opravljajte plavanje

      Lakota je najslabÅĄa vrsta bolezni, ki jo je rekel, da se prebudi
      Gojijo brokoli, poper, kumare, fiÅūol v lončkih.

      Sujata Fed Buda, Ashoka posajene sadne leÅūaje drevesa po vsem svetu in v vesolju.Mayawati Åūeli to pravilo

      Dr. B.R.Ambedkar grmenje “glavni bharat Baudhmay karunga.” (Bom ta drÅūava budist)

      Vse Aboriginal Wakezed DruÅĄtva Thunder “Hum Propanch Prabuddha PrapanchMay Karuunge.” Bo naredil svet Prabuddha Prapanch

      Buddha-v lastnih besedah


      Z
      neposredno poznavanjem in v celoti razumevanje oblike, Bhikkhus, s tem,
      da je neprimerna proti njemu in opustil, je eden sposoben uničiti
      trpljenje; Z neposredno poznavanjem in v celoti razumemo občutek,
      Bhikkhus, tako da je neprimerna proti njemu in opustil, je eden lahko
      uničen trpljenje; Z neposredno poznavanjem in v celoti razumevanje
      Percepcije, Bhikkhus, tako, da je nepristransko, da bi ga opustili in
      opustili, lahko uničimo trpljenje; Z neposredno poznavanjem in v celoti
      razumevanje konstrukcij, Bhikkhus, s pomočjo nepristranskosti proti njim
      in opustitev njih, je eden sposoben uničiti trpljenje; Z neposredno
      poznavanjem in v celoti razumevanje zavesti, Bhikkhus, s tem, da je
      neprimerna proti njemu in opustil, je eden sposoben uničiti trpljenje.

      ÐŧŅŽÐąÐūÐēŅŒ ÐŧŅŽÐąÐŧŅŽ ŅÐūÐąÐ°ÐšÐ° ÐŧÐĩÐīÐļ Ðļ ÐąŅ€ÐūÐīŅÐģа ÐŋÐūŅ†ÐĩÐŧŅƒÐđ GIF - Potseluy Lyubov Lyublu GIFs



    • 96) Classical Somali-Soomaali qowmiyadeed,

    https://tenor.com/view/potseluy-lyubov-lyublu-gif-5729204

    ABHIJNA SUTTA.
    - neposredno vedeti -in klasična slovenÅĄÄina-Klasična Slovenska

    Dobro očistite um - pot do etnal blaÅūenosti

    Opravljajte plavanje

    Lakota je najslabÅĄa vrsta bolezni, ki jo je rekel, da se prebudi
    Gojijo brokoli, poper, kumare, fiÅūol v lončkih.

    Sujata Fed Buda, Ashoka posajene sadne leÅūaje drevesa po vsem svetu in v vesolju.Mayawati Åūeli to pravilo

    Dr. B.R.Ambedkar grmenje “glavni bharat Baudhmay karunga.” (Bom ta drÅūava budist)

    Vse Aboriginal Wakezed DruÅĄtva Thunder “Hum Propanch Prabuddha PrapanchMay Karuunge.” Bo naredil svet Prabuddha Prapanch

    Buddha-v lastnih besedah


    Z
    neposredno poznavanjem in v celoti razumevanje oblike, Bhikkhus, s tem,
    da je neprimerna proti njemu in opustil, je eden sposoben uničiti
    trpljenje; Z neposredno poznavanjem in v celoti razumemo občutek,
    Bhikkhus, tako da je neprimerna proti njemu in opustil, je eden lahko
    uničen trpljenje; Z neposredno poznavanjem in v celoti razumevanje
    Percepcije, Bhikkhus, tako, da je nepristransko, da bi ga opustili in
    opustili, lahko uničimo trpljenje; Z neposredno poznavanjem in v celoti
    razumevanje konstrukcij, Bhikkhus, s pomočjo nepristranskosti proti njim
    in opustitev njih, je eden sposoben uničiti trpljenje; Z neposredno
    poznavanjem in v celoti razumevanje zavesti, Bhikkhus, s tem, da je
    neprimerna proti njemu in opustil, je eden sposoben uničiti trpljenje.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJiCiXj5ZyM&t=207s

    Words of Wisdom
    143K subscribers
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    you want to stop thoughts in your mind and want to know how to control
    your mind then listen to this buddhist story which is a Bodhidharma real
    story who was successor of Gautam buddha. In this buddhism story you
    will answer to your question that how to calm your mind.



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    Words of Wisdom
    143K subscribers
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    you want to stop thoughts in your mind and want to know how to control
    your mind then listen to this buddhist story which is a Bodhidharma real
    story who was successor of Gautam buddha. In this buddhism story you
    will answer to your question that how to calm your mind.



    #words_of_wisdom_channel #buddhiststories
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    • 97) Classical Spanish-EspaÃąol clÃĄsico,

    • https://tenor.com/view/espacio-academia-space-academy-book-animated-pencil-jump-gif-17408712

      Abhijāna sutta
      - Saber directamente -En clÃĄsico espaÃąol-espaÃąol clÃĄsico

      Hacer la buena mente de purificaciÃģn - camino a la felicidad eTnal

      Nadar con cuidado

      El hambre es el peor tipo de enfermedad dijo que despertÃģ uno
      Cultivar brÃģcoli, pimienta, pepino, frijoles en macetas.

      Sujata
      alimentÃģ a Buda, Ashoka plantÃģ ÃĄrboles de rodamiento de frutas en todo
      el mundo y en el espacio. Mayawati quiere esa regla

      El Dr. B.R.ambedkar Thundered “Main Bharat Baudhmay Karunga”. (HarÃĐ a este país budista)

      Todas
      las sociedades despieradas aborígenes Thunder “Hum Propanch Prabuddha
      Prapanchmay Karunge”. HarÃĄ el mundo prabuddha prapanch

      Buda, en sus propias palabras.


      Al
      conocer directamente y entender completamente la forma, Bhikkhus,
      consiguiendo desapasionante hacia ÃĐl y abandonÃĄndolo, uno puede destruir
      el sufrimiento; Al conocer directamente y entender completamente el
      sentimiento, Bhikkhus, al ser desapasionante hacia ÃĐl y abandonÃĄndolo,
      uno es electrÃģnico para destruir el sufrimiento; Al conocer directamente
      y entender completamente la percepciÃģn, Bhikkhus, al ser desapasionante
      hacia ÃĐl y abandonÃĄndolo, uno puede destruir el sufrimiento; Al conocer
      directamente y entender plenamente las construcciones, Bhikkhus, al
      desapasionarse con ellos y abandonarlos, uno es capaz de destruir el
      sufrimiento; Al conocer directamente y entender plenamente la
      conciencia, Bhikkhus, consiguiendo desapasionante hacia ÃĐl y
      abandonÃĄndolo, uno puede destruir el sufrimiento.

    • Espacio Academia Space Academy GIF - Espacio Academia Space Academy Book GIFs


    • 98) Classical Sundanese-Sunda Klasik,

      Abhijāna Sutta
      - langsung nyaho -in classique sundanese-sunda klasik

      Bener anu hadÃĐ pikiran - jalur ka Etnal Bliss

      Ngalaksanakeun ngojay

      Haper mangrupikeun jinis gering anu paling awon
      Tumuwuh brokoli, cabe, timun, kacang dina pot.

      Senjata Sharata Dray Buddha, Ashoka ngagelak BUDING BUCHING TANPA BULAN DARI ANTARA KOMUNITAS ATTEMPATAN ATAU.MABati Miharep

      Dr B.r.ABedkar dipecured “Bharh Bharhmmay Karunga.” (Kuring bakal ngadamel Budha ieu)

      Sadayana
      kapengker asoretius lembut gurah “Main nyusir prabluddmay prabludmay
      prankmay.” Bakal ngadamel prabudddha prabudddha prablanch

      Buddha-dina kecap sorangan


      Ku
      langsung terang sareng pinuh formasi sareng sadis, Bhikkho, ku
      kÃĐngingkeun anu dispbassate ka dinya sareng ngantunkeun, hiji tiasa
      ngancurkeun nalar. Ku langsung terang sareng pamasihikan pamahaman,
      Bhikkho, ku kÃĐngingkeun dispbassate ka dinya sareng nanyakeun, hiji
      nyaÃĐta tiasa ngancurkeun. Ku langsung terang sareng pinuh ngartos
      panerangan, BHIKKO, ku kÃĐngingkeun dispratsiatate ka dinya sareng
      ngantunkeun, tiasa ngancurkeun sangsara; Ku langsung terang sareng pinuh
      Pangakuan, Bhikkok, ku kÃĐngingkeun anu disebat ka arah aranjeunna
      sareng ngantosan aranjeunna, hiji tiasa ngancurkeun nalarun; Ku langsung
      terang sareng saal ngartos sadar, Bhikkho, ku kÃĐngingkeun dispbasriate
      ka dinya sareng ngantunkeun, hiji tiasa ngancurkeun sangsara.


    • 99) Classical Swahili,Kiswahili cha Classical,



    • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nrgTossoB0&t=211s

      Degung Sundanese Music of West Shivu Javail
      Andrea Johnson
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      Suara Parahiangan. Album: Degung-Sabilulungan: Sundanese Music of West
      Java, Vol. 2. Sounds of the World (1999). Track list below. Enjoy the
      music!

      [0:00] Sabilulungan
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      Warun Pojok (Coffee Shop)
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      Kedah Kesaha (Whom to Ask)
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      Alim
      Artist
      Mojang Priangan
      Album
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      Song
      Kedah Kesaha
      Artist
      Mojang Priangan
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      Gupay Panjajab
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      Muzik Hari
      Artist
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      Song
      Akhir
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    • 100) Classical Swedish-Klassisk svensk,

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zaknQsbiIX4
      Abhijāna sutta
      - Direkt kÃĪnner till klassisk svensk-Klassisk Svensk


      GÃķr bra rena sinne - vÃĪg till etnal salighet

      Med tanke pÃĨ att simma

      Hunger ÃĪr den vÃĪrsta typen av sjukdom som sagt vÃĪckt
      VÃĪxa broccoli, peppar, gurka, bÃķnor i krukor.

      Sujata Fed Buddha, Ashoka planterade fruktbÃĪrande trÃĪd Ãķver hela vÃĪrlden och i rymden. Mayawati vill ha den hÃĪr regeln

      Dr B.R.AMBEDKAR Thundered “Main Bharat Baudhmay Karunga.” (Jag ska gÃķra detta