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From
Alyssa Gregory, your Guide to Small Business Information

It’s
National Small Business Week, and this year is especially remarkable
because it marks 50 years since the SBA started National Small Business
Week in 1963. That makes it the perfect time to start or grow your
business.

The articles below will help you celebrate Small Business Week:

Thanks for reading,
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about all of the different ways you can promote your business. Read more



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From
Bryan Haines, your Guide to Online Business / Hosting

Buying
domain names are easy. Getting the right one is not always that simple.
This week, learn how to choose the best domain and how to get the best
deal.


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domain and… Click to continue
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term “cheap domain name” and you’ll get 11,700,000 results. That many
domain registers is a little hard to sort through, isn’t it? Click to continue
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domain name and how his (free) app can help create an awesome domain. Click to continue
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From
Gretchen Siegchrist, your Guide to Desktop Video



Blogging with Video



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be overwhelming. Blogging with text is one thing, but if you’re going
to be… Read more



Simple Editing and Great Effects with Wondershare


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Video Editor just released a new version of the software in March, that
includes more video effects and transitions, and increased support for
mobile devices. Check out this profile… Read more



Handbrake: Ripping DVDs in Real Time


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digital files, but be prepared… Read more



Video Sharing Web Sites


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Web Design / HTML


From
Jennifer Kyrnin, your Guide to Web Design / HTML

I
have been in love with the idea of websites driven by database backends
for as long as I’ve been building web pages. When I first started
designing web pages on the NETCOM website I had the opportunity to use
an application developed by a friend of mine called HTDB.
This was in the mid- to late-90s, and most people were working on flat
websites with straight HTML, and I had the opportunity to play with some
really dynamic and ground-breaking stuff. I had a blast, and was hooked
on creating sites where the content was managed by a database ever
since. For example, one Halloween I created what I called the “Haunted
Homeport” for the NETCOM site. HTDB delivered a haunted version of the
Homeport page at random, so if you reloaded you might get haunted and
(more likely) you’d get the normal page. This was a huge hit, and would
have been very difficult to do without the content being stored in a
database.

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Why Use a Database for Website Content



Often, when I bring up the idea of a data driven site, I’m asked “but,
why? My HTML site works just fine.” This is true for people and
companies that are posting just a few blog posts a week or don’t update
their site very much. But once your site moves beyond the small stages
of basic websites, you might find that a database can be helpful for
controlling and manipulating your data.

When you are using a complex system like HTDB, everything content
related is pushed out to the content developers, and the management of
that content is controlled by the program. This means that a content
creator can do what they do best and create content while programmers
and designers can focus on their areas of expertise.

But that is a boring reason. The reason I like using databases is
because they make your site so flexible. Today you might show your
content with headlines and subheads linking to a separate page with the
full article and tomorrow you might show a headline and excerpt from the
first paragraph. And since the content is separated into those
elements, you can easily do that.

If you think about it, this sounds a lot like a blog, right? If you
thought that, you’d be right. Most blogging software out there like
WordPress, Blogger, and others all use a database to store the content.
So if you decide that your black on blue theme isn’t working for you you
can switch it to a nice pastel one without having to touch your content
at all.

Of course, if you already use blog software, you probably think you
don’t need another database. And if all you’re doing is blogging, you
probably don’t. But there is lots of content that many sites display
that could benefit from being in a database. For example, if you put
product inventory in a database your customers can search by what’s in
stock or just sort your sale items more quickly. And if it’s quick and
easy for them, they are more likely to make a purchase.



You Can Use CSV Files as a Simple Database


Okay, technically, CSV (comma separated values) files are not databases,
but they are a great way to get started creating data-driven web pages.
You just have to know the format of your CSV file so that you can
deliver the data correctly. When I first started in web design, I didn’t
have access to a database, but I did have permissions to write and edit
files on the web server. So I used CSV and tab-delimited files all the
time as quasi-databases.

To do this you need to use Perl or PHP
to access your CSV file and then display the contents by calling the
different elements of the file. Here’s an article on how to Parse Text Files using Perl.

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There is No Perfect Database Software


There are lots of database tools out there. I tend to use MySQL because
I’m most familiar with it, but there are lots of options. If you want to
create dynamic, data-driven web pages, you won’t go wrong in learning
how to use at least one database.

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From
Amanda McCormick, your Guide to Entrepreneurs

Women
shouldn’t be the only ones who have fun shopping online, Dollar Shave
Club CEO Michael Dubin told Wired magazine late in 2012. Yet in the
realm of ecommerce, male consumers have traditionally been hard for
marketers to pin down. They usually leave razor blade and underwear
purchases to wives or girlfriends, as the conventional wisdom goes.

The success of upstart companies like Dollar Shave Club and Flint and
Tinder in this niche market have something to teach any entrepreneur
about acquiring customers. Read on to find out more.



Customer Acquisition Lessons From Men’s Underwear and Razor



The latest video from quirky razor blade company Dollar Shave Club has been the talk of the Internet last week.

If you haven’t seen it, take a look (it’s already racked up almost a million views as I’m writing this post). Read more

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Welcome to June and Customer Acquisition


How did you find your first customer?

I keenly remember setting up my first course on Skillshare. I thought I had a surefire hit on my hands.

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A Kickstarter Success With Much to Teach Entrepreneurs



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Jaffe on Twitter (if you’re not following now, you should!) but when I
heard about his Kickstarter for his… Read more



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Portable Electronics

From
Jason Hidalgo, your Guide to Portable Electronics

It’s
a tale of two gadgets this week as I take a look at Rokform’s aluminum
charging stand and Auris’ super light wireless receiver for folks
looking to use their iOS docks with non-iOS devices.


Rock Me Amadeus: Rokform RokDock Review



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Auris freeDA Makes iOS Docks Universal


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New Old School: iHome iBT4 Rechargeable Bluetooth Boombox Review


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advent of smartphones didn’t just create a generation of folks forever
facing downward as they busily tap their little touchscreens, it also
led to the proliferation of Bluetooth accessories… Read more



Ballistic Every1 Case for iPhone Review


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the guy who always walks alongside the road when I find myself on a
sidewalk, say, during a date (yeah, I know, hard to believe), one can
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From
Andy O’Donnell, your Guide to Internet / Network Security



BackTrack Linux - The Hacker’s Swiss Army Knife



If
you’re in the penetration testing business, you’ve probably heard of
BackTrack Linux. BackTrack is a distribution of Linux that is focused on
penetration testing and digital forensics. It contains… Read more



Securing Your IP Security Cameras


Do
you have security cameras inside or outside of your home? How do you
know that hackers or Internet voyeurs aren’t making you the star of
their own private reality… Read more



CompTIA’s Advanced Security Practitioner Certification (CASP)


There’s
a new kid on the block when it comes to security certifications and
that kid’s name is: CASP. CompTIA, known for its certifications such as
Security+, Network+, and others,… Read more



Protect Your Computer System From All Forms of Malware


Malware
such as worms, viruses, Trojans and other malicious code can definitely
impact your computer system. Find out what you need to know about
malware and how to protect yourself by using antivirus software and
other means.


 
















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From
Russell Ware, your Guide to Cell Phones



Cell Phone Security



Following
a slightly frustrating conversation with a friend about the merits of
locking my phone, I am wondering how many smartphone users out there
actually use the many security options… Read more



International Data Packages


Have
you ever been caught out by roaming charges for using mobile data when
travelling abroad? With summer vacations being planned all across the
country, carriers are looking forward to… Read more



Shazam on Windows Phone


Shazam,
the incredibly popular music identification and discovery app has
finally made its way on to Windows Phone 8. Available for free from the
Windows App Store, Shazam lets users… Read more



Cell Phone Glossary


Not
sure you speak the language of cell phones and smartphones? Here are
definitions of all the acronyms, jargon, and technical terms you need to
know.


 
















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Digital Cameras

From
Kyle Schurman, your Guide to Digital Cameras



Do You Own a Nikon Camera?



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you received a Nikon camera recently — or if you’ve owned one for
quite a while — please consider sharing your experiences with that
camera through a user review… Read more



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point-and-shoot camera is because of all of the different options you
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Apart from training farmers to cultivate healthy seeds with land to
tillers and sufficient irrigation. Government servants will be trained
to be honest and be part of good governance.

It
has identified some of the readers of the University to become partners
of AWS Summit, Bangalore organised by Amazon Seller Service Pvt.Ltd. As
per the tele conference we had on 17th June 2013, we will be delighted
if you let us know the number of participants you may allow us to be
part of the Summit.

Contacted and discussed with the following :

1) Mr. Kodand Ram Software Engineer  now Practicing Advocate to be a Start-up in farming kodandram76@yahoo.com

2) Mr. Shibu Final Year Law student planning to Start-up enterprise for Tribals

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  • Vikram Nayak, Co-Founder & CTO , Vizury
  • Renjit Paul, Senior Manager - IT, Malayala Manorama

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sizes across over 190 countries across the globe. As part of a global
series of Summit events, the AWS Summit - Bangalore (hosted by Amazon Seller Services Pvt. Ltd)
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technology trends in the cloud and some of the most interesting AWS
Cloud use cases and workloads. You can choose from different sessions to
help you get started or dive deeper into specific solutions and use
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  • Hear the opening keynote by Amazon CTO, Dr. Werner Vogels.
  • Ask questions directly to a customer panel and learn how they have leveraged AWS to transform their business.
  • Learn about The Total Cost of (Non) Ownership in the cloud and cost savings using AWS.
  • Gain insights into best practices of scaling your deployments seamlessly in the Cloud.
  • Discover how you can run your applications with a high level of availability in the cloud with AWS’s global infrastructure.
  • Deep dive into common solutions and workloads in the AWS Cloud: Business Applications, Storage and Disaster Recovery, Big Data, Data Warehousing and more.
  • Gain understanding of AWS best practices for developing, architecting and deploying applications in the cloud.
  • Visit the AWS Solutions Architect Corner and get your most pertinent questions answered.
  • Meet members of the AWS Partner Network who offer consulting and technology solutions to help you get started in the cloud.
  • Network with senior industry executives and your peers.

Speakers

Dr. Werner Vogels

Dr. Werner Vogels
CTO, Amazon

Dr. Werner Vogels is Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at
Amazon where he is responsible for driving the company’s technology
vision, which is to continuously enhance the innovation on behalf of
Amazon’s customers at a global scale.



Krishna Mehra

Krishna Mehra
Co-Founder & CTO, Capillary

Krishna is the Cofounder & CTO of Capillary Technologies, where he
drives the product vision and strategy for the company. As a technology
evangelist, Krishna believes that true innovation happens at the
confluence of Technology and Business. At Capillary, he has created
powerful products that address the gaping void of customer engagement in
Retail. Capillary’s products have enabled hundreds of consumer facing
businesses worldwide to embrace emerging and cutting-edge paradigms -
including Real-time Analytics integrated Mobile and Social Media based
customer engagement technologies.



Srini Rajam

Srini Rajam
Chairman & CEO, Ittiam

Srini Rajam co-founded Ittiam Systems in 2001, along with a team of
senior leaders from the semiconductor industry. Prior to Ittiam, Srini
was the Managing Director of Texas Instruments (TI) India during
1995-2000 and led TI India to be among the most valuable R&D centers
for TI. He had also served as the first Technical Marketing Director
for TI Asia Region, member of the TI Asia Leadership Team and Chairman
of TI Asia Technical Council.



Renjit Paul

Renjit Paul
Senior Manager - IT, Malayala Manorama

Renjit Paul leads the technology team of Manorama Online which drives
the digital initiatives of various products from Malayala Manorama
group. Manorama Online has been in the digital business for more than 15
years and runs multiple websites across several verticals. My key roles
include choosing the right platform and infrastructure for building and
deploying scalable web applications and portals. Has vast experience in
working with various enterprise content management systems for media
portals. Has been working with Malayala Manorama group since 1997.



R Chandrashekar

R Chandra”shekar”
Head - Engineering & Tech, MeriTrac

R Chandra”shekar” heads the Engineering and Technology division at
MeritTrac. Heading a critical function in an evolving market, Shekar is
responsible for introducing transformational internet-based technology
products that will modernize the Indian testing and assessment
landscape. The products being developed include solutions for Online
Assessment, scheduling, online Application deployment over cloud, Tablet
based initiatives etc. He is leading the effort in development of an
end to end internet based Scalable Enterprise Assessment Platform
deployed over cloud as well as OnPrem, that will include question bank
platform, rule based Question Paper generation, massive deployment
across over 500 centers with differing internet bandwidth available,
conduct on online exams with 0% result/response loss, and automatic
report generation utilizing Open Source stack.



Vikram Nayak

Vikram Nayak
Co-Founder & CTO, Vizury

Vikram is the CTO and one of the co-founders of Vizury. He currently
oversees product architecture and technology development. He is also
responsible for driving innovation at Vizury. At Vizury, Vikram has also
been instrumental in building the engineering team from the ground-up.
Prior to this, he was a part of the Enterprise solutions group of
Trilogy (renamed Versata). At Trilogy, Vikram handled Pricing,
Configuration and project management in the Enterprise Solutions Group.
He has also worked with behavioural targeting leaders focused on the US
market.

Agenda

AWS Summit, July 5

8:30am - 9:30am Registration and Partners & Solutions Pavilion
8:30am - 5:00pm AWS Hands-On Labs
Visit the AWS Hands-On Labs and take
advantage of 16 self-paced lab sessions. These labs give you an
opportunity to get hands-on experience with AWS using common use cases
in a live AWS environment. The lab room is staffed with knowledgeable
AWS engineers and Solutions Architects to help answer your questions.
Each lab is approximately 1 hour and seating is limited to 40 attendees
at a time. All labs are available at no charge and dedicated computers
are provided.


▼ View Lab Topics

9:30am - 9:35am Welcome Remarks
9:35am - 11:05am Opening Keynote & Customer Panel
Speaker: Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon


Customers:

  • Krishna Mehra, Co-Founder & CTO, Capillary
  • Srini Rajam, Chairman & CEO, Ittiam
  • Renjit Paul, Senior Manager - IT, Malayala Manorama
  • R Chandra”shekar”, Head - Engineering & Tech, MeriTrac
  • Vikram Nayak, Co-Founder & CTO, Vizury

11:05am - 11:45am ▼ The Total Cost of (Non) Ownership in the Cloud

11:45am - 12:45pm Networking Lunch and Partners & Solutions Pavilion
12:45pm - 4:05pm Breakout Tracks:

Start-Up and Developer Track

▼ AWS Enabling the Development Lifecycle

▼ 0 to Production in 40 minutes

▼ How Start-Ups and VCs benefit from AWS

▼ Scaling Seamlessly and Going Global with the Cloud

▼ Running Lean with Optimized Architecture

Enterprise Track

▼ Extend your Datacenter in the Cloud and achieve High Availability with Reliable Security at Low Cost

▼ Running Enterprise Applications like SAP, Oracle and Microsoft on the AWS Cloud

▼ Petabyte Scale Data Warehousing at Low Cost

▼ AWS Support - Optimizing your Costs and Infrastructure with Support

Solutions and AWS Use Cases Track

▼ Web, Mobile and Social Apps on AWS

▼ Big Data Analytics, Co-Presented with Intel

▼ Media Industry Use Cases on AWS

▼ Disaster Recovery, Backup and Archive in the Cloud

▼ Running High Churn Development & Test Environments

4:05pm - 4:30pm Break
4:30pm - 5:10pm Fireside Chat with Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon
5:10pm - 5:30pm Closing Remarks
5:30pm Event Concludes


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20

Mahà
Samaya Sutta

Pali

English 

Sinhala


Pali


Suttantapiñake
Dãghanikàyo
(Dutiyo bhàgo)
Mahàvaggo



Namo tassa bhagavato arahato sammà sambuddhassa.


7. (20) Mahàsamayasuttaü

1. Evaü me sutaü: ekaü samayaü bhagavà
sakkesu viharati kapivatthusmiü mahàvane mahatà bhikkhusaïghena saddhiü
pa¤camattehi bhikkhusatehi sabbeheva arahantehi. Dasahi ca lokadhàtuhi
devatà yebhuyyena sannipatità honti bhagavantaü dassanàya
bhikkhusaïgha¤ca. Atha kho catunnaü suddhavàsakàyikànaü devatànaü1
etadahosi:

“Ayaü kho bhagavà sakkesu viharati kapilavatthusmiü mahàvane mahatà
bhikkhusaïghena saddhiü pa¤camattehi bhikkhusatehi sabbeheva arahantehi
dasahi ca lokadhàtåhã devatà yebhuyyena sannipatità honti bhagavantaü
dassanàya bhikkhusaïgha¤ca, yannåna mayampi yena bhagavà
tenupasaïkameyyàma. Upasaïkamitvà bhagavato santike paccekaü gàthaü2
bhàseyyàmà”ti.

2. Atha kho tà devatà seyyathàpi nàma balavà puriso sami¤jitaü3 và
bàhaü pasàreyya, pasàritaü và bàhaü [PTS Page 254] [\q 254/] sami¤jeyya,
4 evameva suddhàvàsesu devesu antarahità bhagavato purato pàturahesuü, 5
atha kho tà devatà bhagavantaü abhivàdetvà ekamantaü aññhaüsu,
ekamantaü ñhità kho ekà devatà bhagavato santike imaü gàthaü abhàsi;


“Mahàsamayo pavanasmiü devakàyà samàgatà,
âgatamha imaü dhammasamayaü dakkhitàye aparàjitasaïghanti, “

Atha kho aparà devatà bhagavato santike imaü gàthaü abhàsi;

———-

1. Devànaü - [PTS] syà. 2. Paccekagàthaü - [PTS] syà. 3. Sammiüjitaü, (sãmu). 4. Sammiüjeyya (sãmu). 5. Pàturahaüsu [PTS]

[BJT Page 384] [\x 384/]


“Tatra bhikkhavo samàdahaüsu cittamattano ujukamakaüsu,
Sàrathãva nettàni gahetvà indriyàni rakkhanti paõóità”ti.
Atha kho aparà devatà bhagavato santike imaü gàthaü abhàsi:
Chetvà khãlaü chetvà palighaü indakhãlaü åhacca1 manejà,
Te caranti suddhà vimalà cakkhumatà sudantà susu nàgà’ti.

[PTS Page 255] [\q 255/] atha kho aparà devatà bhagavato santike imaü gàthaü abhàsi:


“Ye keci buddhaü saraõaü gatàse na te gamissanti apàyabhåmiü2
Pahàya mànusaü dehaü devakàyaü paripåressanti’ti.

3. Atha kho bhagavà bhikkhu àmantesi, “yebhuyyena bhikkhave dasasu
lokadhàtåsu devatà sannipatità honti, tathàgataü dassanàya
bhikkhusaïgha¤ca, ye pi te bhikkhave ahesuü, atãtamaddhànaü arahanto
sammàsambuddhà, tesampi bhagavantànaü etaüparamà3 yeva devatà
sannipatità ahesuü seyyathàpi mayhaü etarahi. Ye pi te bhikkhave
bhavissanti anàgatamaddhànaü arahanto sammàsambuddhà, tesampi
bhagavantànaü etaüparamà yeva devatà sannipattà bhavissanti, seyyathàpi
mayhaü etarahi. âcikkhissàmi bhikkhave devakàyànaü nàmàni, kittayissàmi
bhikkhave devakàyànaü nàmàni, desissàmi bhikkhave devakàyànaü nàmàni.
Taü suõàtha sàdhukaü manasikarotha bhàsissàmi”ti. “Evambhante”ti kho te
bhikkhå bhagavato paccassosuü bhagavà etadavoca:


4. Silokamanukassàmi yattha bhummà tadassità,
Ye sãtà girigabbharaü4 pahitattà samàhità.
Puthå sãhà’va sallãnà lomahaüsàhisambhuno,
Odàtamanasà suddhà vippasannà manàvilà. 5
[PTS Page 256] [\q 256/] bhiyyo pa¤casate ¤atvà vane kàpilavatthave,
Tato àmattayã satthà sàvake sàsane rate.
Devakàyà abhikkantà te vijànàtha bhikkhavo.
Te ca àtappamakaruü sutvà buddhassa sàsanaü.

———-

1. Uhacca (kam). 2. Apàyaü (sãmu. ). 3. Etaparamà (sã. ) 4. Gabbhàraü (sãmu. ). 5. Vippasannamanàvilà (machasaü [PTS]

[BJT Page 386] [\x 386/]


Tesaü pàturahu ¤àõaü amanussàna dassanaü,
Appeke satamaddakkhuü sahassaü atha sattariü.
Sataü eke sahassànaü amanussànamaddasuü,
Appeke’nantamaddakkhuü disà sabbà phuñà ahu. 1

5. Ta¤ca sabbaü abhi¤¤àya vavatthitvàna 2 cakkhumà,
Tato àmantayã satthà sàvake sàsane rate.
“Devakàyà abhikkantà te vijànàtha bhikkhavo,
Ye vo’haü kittayissàmi giràhi anupubbaso.
Sattasahassà te yakkhà bhummà kàpilavatthavà,
Iddhimanto jutãmanto vaõõavanto yasassino.
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü,
Cha sahassà hemavatà yakkhà nànattavaõõino.
Iddhimanto jutãmanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü,

6. Sàtàgirà tisahassà yakkhà nànattavaõõino
Iddhimanto jutãmanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü,
Iccete soëasahassà yakkhà nànattavaõõino
Iddhimanto jutãmanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü,
[PTS Page 257] [\q 257/] vessàmittà pa¤casatà yakkhà nànattavaõõino
Iddhimanto jutãmanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü,
Kumbhãro ràjagahiko vepullassa nivesanaü[a]
Bhiyyo naü satasahassaü yakkhànaü payirupàsati
Kumbhãro ràjagahiko sopàga samitiü vanaü.

7. Purima¤ca disaü ràjà dhataraññho pasàsati[b] gandhabbànaü àdhipati mahàràjà yasassi so.

———-

[A.] Kumbhãra yakùo ràjagçhe vipule’ smin naivàsikaþ
Bhåyaþ ÷ata sahasràõa yakùàþ paryupàsyate (mahàmàyurã vidyà)

[B.] Pårveõadhçtaràùñra satu dakùiõena viråóhakaþ
Pa÷cimena viråpàkùaþ kubera÷cottaràüdisà (mahàvastu)

1. Ahuü (machasaü). 2. Avekkhitvàna (ñãkà)


[BJT Page 388] [\x 388/]
Puttà pi tassa bahavo indanàmà mahabbalà
Iddhimanto jutãmanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü.
Dakkhiõa¤ca disaü ràjà viråëho taü pasàsati
Kumbhaõóànaü adhipati mahàràjà yasassi so.
Puttà pi tassa bahavo indanàmà mahabbalà
Iddhimanto jutãmanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samiti vanaü.
Pacchima¤ca disaü ràjà viråpakkho pasàsati
Nàgàõa¤ca adhipati mahàràjà yasassi so.
Puttà pi tassa bahavo indanàmà mahabbalà
Iddhimanto jutimanto vaõõavanto yasassino, *
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samiti vanaü.
Uttara¤ca disaü ràjà kuvero taü pasàsati
Yakkhàna¤ca adhipati mahàràjà yasassiso.
[PTS Page 258] [\q 258/] puttà pi tassa bahavo indanàmà mahabbalà
Iddhimanto jutimanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samiti vanaü.

8. Purimaü disaü dhataraññho dakkhiõena viråëhako, pacchimena viråpakkho kuvero uttaraü disaü.


Cattàro te mahàràjà samantà caturo disà
Ddallamànà aññhaüsu vane kàpilavatthave.
Tesaü màyàvino dàsà àguü va¤canikà sañhà
Màyà kuñeõóu veñeõóu viñucca viñuóo saha
Candano kàmaseññhà ca kinnãghaõóu nighaõóu ca,
Panàdo opama¤¤o ca devasåto ca màtalã,
Vittaseno ca gandhabbo naëo ràjà janesabho1
âguü pa¤casikho ceva timbaru suriyavaccasà
Ete ca¤¤e ca ràjàno gandhabbà saha ràjuhi,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü.

———-

1. Janosabho (syà)

[BJT Page 390] [\x 390/]


Athàguü1 nàbhasà nàgà vesàlà saha tacchakà
Kambalassatarà àguü2 pàyàgà saha ¤àtihi.
Yàmunà dhataraññho ca àguü3 nàgà yasassino
Eràvaõo mahànàgo sopàga samitiü vanaü.

10. Ye nàgaràje sahasà haranti
Dibbà dijà pakkhi visuddhacakkhu, [PTS Page 259] [\q 259/] vehàsayà4 te vanamajjhapattà
Citrà supaõõà iti tesaü nàmàni 5.
Abhayaü tadà nàgaràjànamàsi
Supaõõato khemamakàsi buddho,
Saõhàhi vàcàhi upavhayantà
Nàgà supaõõà saraõamagaüsu 6 buddhaü.

11. Jità vajirahatthena samuddaü asurà sità bhàtaro vàsavassete iddhimanto yasassino.


Kàlaka¤chà mahàbhismà7 asurà dànaveghasà
Vepacitti sucittã ca pahàràdo namuci saha.
Sata¤ca baliputtànaü sabbe verocanàmakà
Sannayahitvà baliü senaü8 ràhubhaddamupàgamuü,
‘Samayo’ dàni bhaddante bhikkhånaü samitaü vanaü’.

12. âpo ca devà pañhavã ca tejo vàyo tadàgamuü
Varuõà vàruõà9 devà somo ca yasasà saha.
Mettàkaruõàkàyikà àguü devà yasassino.
Dasete dasadhà kàyà sabbe nànattavaõõino.
Iddhimanto jutimanto vaõõavanto yasassino
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü

13. Veõhå ca devà10 sahalã ca asamà ca duve yamà
Candassåpanisà devà candamàguü purakkhatvà.

———-

1. Athàgu. (Sãmu). 2. âgu. (Sã). 3. âgå (machasaü). 4. Vehàsayà
(machasaü). 5. Nàmaü (machasaü). 6. Saraõamakaüsu (machasaü). 7.
Mahàbhiüsà [PTS]. 8. Balisenaü. (Machasaü), balãsenaü (syà). 9. Vàraõà
(machasaü). 10. Veõhå devà ca. (Machasaü)

[BJT Page 392] [\x 392/]


Suriyassåpanisà1 devà suriyamàguü2 purakkhatvà
Nakkhattàni purakkhatvà àguü mandavalàhakà
[PTS Page 260] [\q 260/] vasånaü vàsavo seññho sakkopàga3 purindado.
Dasete dasadhà kàyà sabbe nànattavaõõino
Iddhimanto jutimanto vaõõavanto yasassino
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü.

14. Athàguü sahabhå devà jalamaggi sikhàriva
Ariññhakà ca rojo ca ummàpupphanibhàsino.
Varuõà saha dhammà ca accutà ca anejakà
Såleyya rucirà àguü àguü vàsavanesino.
Dasete dasadhà kàyà sabbe nànattavaõõino
Iddhimanto jutimanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü.

15. Samànà mahàsamànà4 mànusà mànusuttamà
Khióóàpadåsikà àguü àguü manopadåsikà.
Athàguü harayo devà ye ca lohitavàsino
Pàragà mahàpàragà àguü devà yasassino.
Dasete dasadhà kàyà sabbe nànattavaõõino
Iddhimanto jutimanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü.
16. Sukkà karamhà5 aruõà àguü vekhanasà6 saha

Odàtagayhà pàmokkhà àguü devà vicakkhaõà.
Sadàmattà hàragajà missakà ca yasassino
Thanayaü àga pajjanto7 yo disà abhivassati.
Dasete dasadhà kàyà sabbe nànattavaõõino
Iddhimanto jutimanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü.

17. [PTS Page 261] [\q 261/] khemiyà tusità yàmà kaññhakà ca yasassino
Lambitakà làmaseññhà jotinàmà ca àsavà,
Nimmàõaratino àguü athàguü paranimmità.
Dasete dasadhà kàyà sabbe nànattavaõõino
Iddhimanto jutimanto vaõõavanto yasassino,
Modamànà abhikkàmuü bhikkhånaü samitiü vanaü.

———-

1. Suriyassåpanisà - machasaü. 2. Suriyamàguü - machasaü. 3.
Sakkopàgà - machasaü. 4. Mahàsamanà - machasaü. 5. Karumbhà - sãmu, syà
[PTS] 6. Veghanasà - machasaü. 7. Pajjunno - machasaü. Sãmu. [PTS]

[BJT Page 394] [\x 394/]


18. Saññhete devanikàyà sabbe nànattavaõõino,
Nàmatvayena àga¤chuü1 ye ca¤¤e sadisà saha.
Pavutthajàtimakhãlaü2 oghatiõõamanàsavaü,
Dakkhemoghataraü nàgaü candaü va asitàtigaü
Subrahmà paramatto3 ca puttà iddhimato saha,
Sanaïkumàro tisso ca sopàga samitiü vanaü,
Sahassaü brahmalokànaü mahàbrahmàbhitiññhati,
Upapanno jutimanto bhismàkàyo yasassi so.
Dasettha issarà àguü paccekavasavattino,
Tesa¤ca majjhato àga hàrito parivàrito.

19. Te ca sabbe abhikkante sainde4 deve sabrahmake,
Màrasenà abhikkàmuü5 passa kaõhassa mandiyaü.
[PTS Page 262 [\q 262/] ‘]
Etha gaõhatha bandhatha ràgena bandhamatthu vo,
Samantà parivàretha mà vo mu¤cittha koci naü’.
Iti tattha mahàseno kaõhasenaü apesayi,
Pàõinà thàlamàhacca saraü katvàna bheravaü.

20. Yathà pàvussako megho thanayanto savijjuko.
Tadà so pacucadàvatti saïkuddho asayaüvasã.
Ta¤ca sabbaü abhi¤¤àya vavatthitvàna cakkhumà
Tato àmantayã satthà sàvake sàsane rate
Màrasenà abhikkantà te vijànàtha bhikkhavo.
Teca àtappamakaruü sutvà buddhassa sàsanaü
Vãtaràgehapakkàmuü nesaü lomampi i¤jayuü.
Sabbe vijitasaïgàmà bhayàtãtà yasassino
Modanti saha bhåtehi sàvakà te janesutà”ti.

Mahàsamayasuttaüsamattaü.

———-

1. âga¤ju. Sãmu, syà, [PTS] 2. Pavuññhajàtimakhãlaü - machasaü.
Pavutthajàtiü akhilaü - sãmu. [PTS] 3. Paramattho - kà. 4. Sãnde - syà.
5. Abhikkàmi - machasaü.


Digha Nikaya 20

Maha-Samaya Sutta

The Great Meeting

For free distribution only, as a gift of Dhamma



Translator’s Introduction

This discourse is an interesting example of the folklore of the Pali
Canon. It shows that the tendency of Asian popular Buddhism to regard
the Buddha as a protective figure, and not just as a teacher, has its
roots in the earliest part of the tradition. Metrical analysis indicates
that the long “tribute” section of this discourse is very old, while
the verses in the introductory section — which is also found in the
Samyutta Nikaya — are later in form. This fits with a more subjective
judgment: that the tribute was an earlier composition — in the
honorific style of the ancient court bards — to which the introduction
was added later. This judgment is based on the fact that the two
sections do not quite fit each other. The introduction to the tribute
indicates that the reciter of the tribute is the Buddha himself, whereas
the narration in the tribute indicates otherwise.

At any rate, this discourse is the closest thing in the Pali Canon to
a “who’s who” of the deva worlds, and should provide useful material
for anyone interested in the cosmology of early Buddhism.

The Commentary reports the belief that the devas enjoy hearing this
discourse chanted in Pali. Until recently it was part of many monks’
standard memorized repertoire, to be chanted at weddings and the
dedication of new buildings. Even today, as many of the traditions of
memorization in Asia seem to be falling by the wayside, there are a few
monks and laypeople who chant this discourse regularly.


I have heard that on one occasion the Blessed One was dwelling among the Sakyans at Kapilavatthu
in the Great Wood, together with a large Sangha of approximately five
hundred bhikkhus, all of them arahants. And most of the devatas from ten
world-systems had gathered in order to see the Blessed One and the
Bhikkhu Sangha. Then the thought occurred to four devatas of the ranks
from the Pure Abodes: “The Blessed One is dwelling among the Sakyans at
Kapilavatthu in the Great Wood, together with a large Sangha of about
five hundred bhikkhus, all of them arahants. And most of the devatas
from ten world-systems have gathered in order to see the Blessed One and
the Bhikkhu Sangha. Let us also approach the Blessed One and, on
arrival, let us each speak a verse in his presence.”

Then, just as a strong man might extend his
flexed arm or flex his extended arm, those devatas disappeared from
among the devas of the Pure Abodes and reappeared before the Blessed
One. Having paid homage to the Blessed One, they stood to one side. As
they were standing there, one devata recited this verse in the Blessed
One’s presence:

A great meeting in the woods:
The deva hosts have assembled.
We have come to this Dhamma meeting
To see the invincible Sangha.

Then another devata recited this verse in the Blessed One’s presence:

The bhikkhus there are concentrated,
Have straightened their own minds.
Like a charioteer holding the reins,
The wise ones guard their faculties.

Then another devata recited this verse in the Blessed One’s presence:

Having cut through barrenness, cut the cross-bar,
Having uprooted Indra’s pillar, unstirred,
They wander about pure, unstained,
Young nagas well tamed by the One with Vision.

Then another devata recited this verse in the Blessed One’s presence:

Those who have gone to the Buddha for refuge
Will not go to the plane of woe.
On discarding the human body,
They will fill the hosts of the devas.

Then the Blessed One addressed the monks: “Monks, most of the devatas
from ten world-systems have gathered in order to see the Tathagata and
the Bhikkhu Sangha. Those who, in the past, were Pure Ones, Rightly
Self-awakened, at most had their devata-gathering like mine at the
present. Those who, in the future, will be Pure Ones, Rightly
Self-awakened, will at most have their devata-gathering like mine at the
present. I will detail for you the names of the deva hosts. I will
describe to you the names of the deva hosts. I will teach you the names
of the deva hosts. Listen and pay close attention. I will speak.”

“As you say, lord,” the monks replied. The Blessed One said:

I recite a verse of tribute.
Those who live where spirits dwell,
who live in mountain caves,
resolute, concentrated,
many, like hidden lions,
who have overcome horripilation,
white-hearted, pure,
serene, and undisturbed:
Knowing that more than 500 of them
had come to the forest of Kapilavatthu,
the Teacher then said to them,
disciples delighting in his instruction,
“The deva hosts have approached.
Detect them, monks!”
Listening to the Awakened One’s instruction,
they made a diligent effort.
Knowledge appeared to them,
vision of non-human beings.
Some saw 100, some 1,000, some 70,000,
some had vision of 100,000 non-human beings.
Some gained vision of innumerable devas
filling every direction.
Realizing all this,
the One-with-Vision felt moved to speak.
The Teacher then said to them,
disciples delighting in his instruction,
“The deva hosts have approached.
Detect them, monks,
as I describe their glories, one by one.

7,000 yakkhas inhabiting the land of Kapilavatthu,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

6,000 yakhas from the Himalayas,
of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

From Mount Sata 3,000 yakkhas
of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

These 16,000 yakkhas of varied hue
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

500 yakkhas from Vessamitta, of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

Kumbhira from Rajagaha,
who dwells on Mount Vepulla,
accompanied by more than 100,000 yakkhas —
Kumbhira from Rajagaha:
He, too, has come to the forest meeting.

And Dhatarattha, who rules
as king of the Eastern Direction,
as lord of the gandhabbas:
A glorious, great king is he,
and many are his sons
named Indra, of great strength.
Powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, they have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

And Virulha, who rules
as king of the Southern Direction,
as lord of the kumbandas:
A glorious, great king is he,
and many are his sons
named Indra, of great strength.
Powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, they have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

And Virupakkha, who rules
as king of the Western Direction,
as lord of the nagas:
A glorious, great king is he,
and many are his sons
named Indra, of great strength.
Powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, they have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

And Kuvera, who rules
as king of the Northern Direction,
as lord of the yakkhas:
A glorious, great king is he,
and many are his sons
named Indra, of great strength.
Powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, they have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

Dhatarattha from the Eastern Direction,
Virulhaka from the South,
Virupakkha from the West,
Kuvera from the Northern Direction:
These four Great Kings
encompassing the four directions,
resplendent, stand in the Kapilavatthu forest.

Their deceitful vassals have also come
– deceptive, treacherous —
Maya
, Kutendu, vetendu,
Vitu
with Vituta,
Candana
, the Chief of Sensual Pleasure,
Kinnughandu
, Nighandu,
Panada
, the Mimic,
Matali
, the deva’s charioteer,
Cittasena
the gandhabba,
King Nala
, the Bull of the People,
Pañcasikha
has come
with Timbaru and his daughter, Suriyavacchasa.
These and other kings, gandhabbas with their kings,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

Then there have also come
nagas from Lake Nabhasa,
Vesali
, and Tacchaka.
Kambalas
, Assataras,
Payagas
, and their kin.
And from the River Yamuna
comes the prestigious naga, Dhatarattha.
The great naga Eravanna:
He, too, has come
to the forest meeting.”

They who swoop down swiftly on naga kings,
divine, twice-born, winged, their eyesight pure:
(Garudas) came from the sky to the midst of the forest.
Citra
and Supanna are their names.
But the Buddha made the naga kings safe,
made them secure from Supanna.
Addressing one another with affectionate words,
the nagas and Supannas made the Buddha their refuge.

“Defeated by Indra of the thunderbolt hand,
Asuras
dwelling in the ocean,
Vasava
’s brothers — powerful, prestigious —
Greatly terrifying Kalakañjas,
the Danaveghasa asuras
Vepacitti
and Sucitti,
Paharada
, with Namuci,
and Bali’s hundred sons, all named Veroca,
arrayed with powerful armies
have approached their honored Rahu
[and said]: ‘Now is the occasion, sir,
of the monk’s forest meeting.’

Devas of water, earth, fire, and wind have come here.
Varunas, Varunas,
Soma
together with Yasa,
the prestigious devas of the hosts
of goodwill and compassion have come.
These ten ten-fold hosts, all of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

Vendu (Visnu) and Sahali,
Asama
and the Yama twins,
the devas dependent on the moon
surrounding the moon have come.
The devas dependent on the sun
surrounding the sun have come.
Devas surrounding the zodiac stars
and the sprites of the clouds have come.
Sakka
, chief of the Vasus, the ancient donor, has come.
These ten ten-fold hosts, all of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

Then come the Sahabhu devas,
blazing like crests of fire-flame.
The Arittakas, Rojas,
cornflower blue.
Varunas
and Sahadhammas,
Accutas
and Anejakas,
Suleyyas
and Ruciras,
and Vasavanesis have come.
These ten ten-fold hosts, all of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

Samanas and Great Samanas,
Manusas
and Super Manusas,
the devas corrupted by fun have come,
as well as devas corrupted by mind.
Then come green-gold devas and those wearing red.
Paragas
and Great Paragas,
prestigious devas have come.
These ten ten-fold hosts, all of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

White devas, ruddy-green devas, dawn-devas
have come with the Veghanas
headed by devas totally in white.
The Vicakkhanas have come.
Sadamatta
, Haragajas,
and the prestigious multi-coloreds,
Pajunna
, the thunderer,
who brings rain to all lands:
These ten ten-fold hosts, all of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

The Khemiyas, Tusitas, and Yamas,
the prestigious Katthakas,
Lambitakas
, and Lama chiefs,
the Jotinamas and Asavas,
the Nimmanaratis have come,
as have the Paranimmitas.
These ten ten-fold hosts, all of varied hue,
powerful, effulgent,
glamorous, prestigious,
rejoicing, have approached
the monks’ forest meeting.

These 60 deva groups, all of varied hue,
have come arranged in order,
together with others in like manner
[thinking:]
‘We’ll see him who has transcended birth,
who has no bounds,
who has crossed over the flood,
the Mighty One, beyond evil,
like the moon released from a cloud.’

Subrahma and Paramatta Brahma,
together with sons of the Powerful One,
Sanankumara
and Tissa:
They too have come to the forest meeting.
Great Brahma, who stands over
1,000 Brahma worlds,
who arose there spontaneously, effulgent:
Prestigious is he, with a terrifying body.
And ten brahma sovereigns,
each the lord of his own realm —
and in their midst has come
Harita Brahma surrounded by his retinue.”

When all these devas
with Indras and Brahmas had come,
Mara
came as well.
Now look at the Dark One’s foolishness!
[He said:] “Come seize them! Bind them!
Tie them down with passion!
Surround them on every side!
Don’t let anyone at all escape!”
Thus the great war-lord urged on his dark army,
slapping the ground with his hand,
making a horrendous din, as when
a storm cloud bursts with thunder,
lightening, and torrents of rain.
But then he withdrew-enraged,
with none under his sway.
Realizing all this,
the One-with-Vision felt moved to speak.
The Teacher then said to them,
disciples delighting in his instruction,
“Mara’s army has approached.
Detect them, monks!”
Listening to the Awakened One’s instruction,
they made a diligent effort.
The army retreated
from those without passion,
without raising even a hair on their bodies.
Having all won the battle
– prestigious, past fear —
they rejoice with all beings:
Disciples outstanding among the human race.


Revised: Fri 3 December 1999

http://www.accesstoinsight.org/canon/digha/dn20.html

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kfud ;ii N.jf;d wryf;d iuud iunqoaOii


4=’ uyd iuh iQ;1h’

3′ udf.a weiSu fufiah’ tla lf,l
Nd.Hj;2ka jykafia YdlH ckmofhys jQ lsUq,aj;a mqrh iuSmfhys jQ uy jkfhys
ish,a,u ry;ajQ mkaishhla NsCIqkaf.ka hqla;jQ uy;a NsCIq ixhd iu. jdih
lrk fial’ oi oyila f,dal Od;2fjkao fojsfhda nqÈrcqkao NsCIq ixhdo oelSu
msKsi fndfydafihska /iajQfjda fj;a’

4′ blans;af;ka Y2oaOdjdi n1yau f,dalfhys jikakdjQ n1yauhka i;r
fofkl2kag fuz woyi jsh’ NsCIqQka oi oyila f,dal Od;2fjkao fojsfhda
nqÈrcqkao NsCIqQ ixhdo oelSug fLdfydafihska reiajQfjda fj;a’ wms;a t;ekg
meusK nqÈka yuqfhys tla tla .d:djla lshkafkuq kuz b;d fhfylehs))
lshdhs’


[\q 337/]

5 tjsg ta fojsfhda Y2oaOdjdi nUf,dj fojshka w;2frka w;2reoyka jqjdyq Nd.Hj;2ka jykafiaf.a bosrsfhys my< jqy’

blans;s ta fojsfhda nqÈka jykafiag kuialdr lr tl;amfil isgshdjQ tla fojsfhla nqÈka jykafia yuqfhys fuu .d:dj lsh’

))fuz uyd jkfhys uyd iud.ula jsh’ osjH iuqyfhd reiajQy’ flf,ia ureka
jsiska fkdmrojk ,o ixhd oelSug fuz OrAu iud.ug wduzy)) hs lshd hs’ tjzg
wfkla fojsflfkla fuz .d:djla lsh’)) ta uyd iuqyfhys NsCIqyQ ;ukaf.a is;
iudOsfhys msysgjQy’ RDcq l

))*flf,ia keue;s( yq,a lmd *flf,iqka keue;s( m,sh isZo bkao1LS,h WÈrd
;DIaKd rys;jQ msrsisÌjQ flf,ia lig ke;s mieia we;s nqÈrcqka jsiska
fydZoska oukh lrk ,oaodjQta ;reK ry;ayq yeisfr;a)) hhs lSy’

blans;s ;j;a foaj;dfjla fuu .d:dj lSh’ huz lsisfjla nqÈirK .sfhdao ta
i;ajfhda wmdhg fkd h;a”uziaisrer yer osjH YrSr iuzmqrAK lrkakdyq *fojs
njg meuzfk;a())hhs lSy'’

6′ blans;af;ka Nd.Hj;2ka jykafia NsCIQkag l;d l

))uyfKks” u;2 ld,fhys wrAy;a jQ huz ta iuHla iuznqÈjrfhda jkakdyqo” ta Nd.Hj;2ka jykafia,dgo fumuKu fojsfhda /iajkakdyqh’))


[\q 338/]

Nd.Hj;2ka jykafia ta foajiuQyhdf.a kuz foaYkd l< fial’

7′ fuz iegla fojs iuQyfhda ish,af,dau fkdfhla meyefhka hqla;jQfjdau
;u;ukaf.a kuz f.d;a jYfhka wdjdyqh’ huz fiiq fojsfhda o kuz wdosfhka
iudkfj;a kuz Tjqka iu. wdjdyqh’myjq cd;s we;a;djq rd.doS W,arys; jQ
p;2frdfhka tf;rjQ flf,ia ke;sl,d jQ kd. kuz jQ lDYaK Ndjh blaujd .shdjQ
mQrAK pkaÊhd jeksjQ nqÈrcqka o olskafkuq’

RDrAOs we;a;djQ wdhH! mq;1jQ iqn1yau kuz jQo mru;a; kuz jQ n1yaufhda o
ikxl2udr kuz uyd n1yauhd o ;siai kuz uyd n1yauhdo ishmsrsia iu. wrAy;a
NsCIq iuQyh olakg uyd jkhg wdjdyqh’

nUf,da oyilska n1yauhka oyilao wdfhah’ nUf,dj WmkakdjQ fYdaNdj;ajQ”
uy;a lhla we;a;djQ” hiia we;a;djQ uyd n1yaufhla o isgskafkah’ fuz
nUmsrsfiys fjkfjku ;u;ukaf.a msrsia ji.fhys mj;akd jQ m1Odk jQ nUqka
oifofkla wdfjdah’ tauyd nUqkaf.a uOHfhys nUqka jsiska msrsjrk ,oaodjQ
ydrs; kuz nUrcf;fuz o wdfhah’

9′ uy jkhg /iajQ Yl1hd o iys;jQ “nUqka iys;jQ “ta ish,q fojshka lrd
udr fiiakdfjda meuzkshdyqh’ udrhdf.a w{dklu n,j” tj” w,a,d .ksjq”
ish,qoshH iuQyhd rd.fhka nokd ,oafoa fjzjd” yd;amiska msrsjrjq” f;ms
lsisfjla ta fojs msrsfika tfll2È fkduqojq’ fufia lshd uy;a fiakdjla we;s
ta jij;a ure f;fuz w;af,ka fmdf,da ;,hg .id jsÈ,sh iys;jQ jeis l,aysjQ
fyj;a jrAId lrkakdjQ fuzhla f;fuz huzfia rAckd lrkafkao tfuka nshckl
kdofldg ur fik. ta osjH msrsi ueog hejSh’ tiufhys ta jijrA;sudr f;fuz
osjHmsrsi ;u ji.fhys mj;ajd.; fkdyelsjQfha w;sYfhka lsmqfkla j wdmiq
yerS .sfhah’

0′ blans;af;ka kqjK keue;s weia we;s nqÈrcdkka jykafia ta ish,a, oek
jHjia:d fldg iiafkys we,qkdjQ Y1djlhkag l:dlr fufia lSfjdah’


[\q 339/]

))uyfKks udrfiakdfjda meusKshdyqh’ ta
urejqka oksjq))’ ta NsCIQo nqÈkaf.a OrAu jpkh wid flf,ia ;ejSug jSrAh
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