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14, 1956 was clearly an important moment in Aboriginal Awakened SC/ST
Societies history. On this day, B R Ambedkar along with 365,000 of his
Aboriginal Awakened SC/ST Societies followers decided to exit the folds
of hindutvaism and embraced Buddhism.
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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)
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October
14, 1956 was clearly an important moment in Aboriginal Awakened SC/ST
Societies history. On this day, B R Ambedkar along with 365,000 of his
Aboriginal Awakened SC/ST Societies followers decided to exit the folds
of hindutvaism and embraced Buddhism.

Ambedkar’s
returning back to Buddhism marked a moment when Aboriginal Awakened
SC/ST Societies in the country got a new impetus and a voice that was
hitherto constrained by the four-fold varna (chitpavan brahmins as 1st
rate Athmas (souls) Kshatriyas, Vysias, Shudras as 2nd, 3rd, 4th rate
and the Aboriginal SCSTs as having no souls at all system dominating
Hinduism. But Buddha never believed in any soul. He said all are
equal,hence we are all Buddhists. Ambedkar had long been frustrated by
the basic tenets of Hinduism, and considered the inherent
characteristics of the religion, particularly the caste system to be a
bigger threat to freedom in Indian society than that of the British.
Unlike Mahatma Gandhi, who considered the internal reform of the caste
system to be the way forward, Ambedkar believed that the only way the
Aboriginal Awakened SC/ST Societies could find a place for themselves in
Prabuddha Bharatian society was by way of conversion.

In
May, 1936 Ambedkar addressed a huge gathering of Mahars in Mumbai,
where he declared his ideas on conversion, and why he considered it to
be the best route towards emancipation. “I tell you all very
specifically, religion is for man and not man for religion. To get human
treatment, convert yourselves,” said Ambedkar. However his switch to
Buddhism was hardly impromptu. He spent the next 20 years contemplating
on which religion would suit his requirements best. He dismissed the
idea of converting to Islam or Christianity, because of the foreignness
attached to them. As explained by professor Gauri Vishwanathan, Ambedkar
clearly did not want to betray the folds of ‘Indianness’ even when he
decided to convert to a different religion. However, he chose Buddhism
after a long drawn out process of contemplation on the religion, and in
fact came out with his own version of the Buddhist Dhamma, where he
modified those aspects of Buddhism which he considered as not aligning
with the overall rationality, inherent of the religion.

Unfortunately,
Ambedkar did not live long thereafter to practice Buddhism and passed
away just two months after his official conversion. Since his death,
scholars have for decades tried to reflect upon Ambedkar’s reasons for
conversion, and his choice of Buddhism in particular. Here are three
major reasons that scholars have contemplated as being the cause behind
Ambedkar’s shift to Buddhism.

Political protest

Ambedkar
had for long demanded separate electorates for the untouchables, as a
measure of protection against rule of the Hindu majority. After much
agitation however, he yielded to give up on his demands in the Poona
Pact of 1932, which was signed by Ambedkar along with Pandit Madan Mohan
Malviya to break Gandhi’s protest against the separate electorate
demand. Several critics like sociologist Gail Omvedt have been of the
opinion that Ambedkar’s conversion to Buddhism was a political protest,
aimed at his frustration at being unable to get separate electorates for
the Aboriginal Awakened societies, so-called untouchables.

Life long battle against hindutvaism

Ambedkar’s
first experience of caste-based segregation happened when he was in
school. Since then he grew up battling the oppressions of the caste
system at every stage of his life, despite acquiring educational
qualifications from across the globe. Several historians have been of
the understanding that Ambedkar’s conversion to Buddhism needs to be
seen as a product of his life experience and the cultural influences on
him.

As per Ambedkar,
hindutvaism had failed to secure basic human rights. The hindutva
society does not give equality of treatment, but the same is easily
achieved by conversion,” said Ambedkar in his speech in Mumbai.
Further,
during his growing up years, there were a number of cultural icons that
went on to influence his decision. For instance, as discussed by Gauri
Vishwanathan, the 12th century Aboriginal Awakened martyre of South
India, Nandanar had a strong influence on him. He had inaugurated a
tradition of protest from below regarding right to worship for the
untouchables. One other historical figure who had an impact on Ambedkar
was king Ashoka, whose conversion to Buddhism after the battle of
Kalinga is known to have initiated an era of tolerance and service for
humanity.

Buddhism as a project of modernity

The
most popular view among scholars is the fact that Buddhism was seen as
the most modern and rational religion by Ambedkar. The strongest
proponent of this theory is religion studies specialist, Christopher
Queen. By converting to Buddhism, Queen suggested, Ambedkar fulfilled
one of the most basic requirements of attaining modernity- the exercise
of individual choice based on reason and historical consciousness. As
per this theory, Ambedkar, after much contemplation chose Buddhism as
the religion that met his complex requirements of reason, morality and
justice. “The appeal of Buddha’s dhamma for Ambedkar was, its emphasis
on rational choice,” wrote Gauri Vishwanathan.

In
fact, Ambedkar’s idea of Buddhism was considered to be more modern than
the ancient form of Buddhism. “The Buddhism of Ambedkar’s late writings
recasts the central tenets of ancient Buddhism,” wrote Queen in 1996.
He went on to dismiss certain parts of Buddhism, particularly the aspect
of the ‘four noble truths’ which he believed was a later addition to
Buddha’s teachings due to the influences of Hinduism. Some scholars have
gone on to argue that Ambedkar’s idea of Buddhism contained within it,
the basic values linked to the French revolution, that being liberty,
equality and fraternity.

Ambedkar’s
motives regarding his returning back to Buddhism, what was certain was
the momentum it gave to both the Aboriginal Awakened Societies movement
and Buddhism in Prabuddha Bharat.

As
recorded by the census during the decades of 1950s and 60s, as a result
of the mass returning back to Buddhism of Aboriginal Awakened Societies
following that of Ambedkar, the number of Buddhists in Prabuddha Bharat
increased from 141,426 in 1951 to 3,206,142 in 1961. By 2025 it is
going to cross 100 crores all over the world to create Prabuddha
Prapanch (Universe)

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āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ 1956 āŪ†āŪŪāŊ āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊ āŪ…āŪ•āŊāŪŸāŊ‹āŪŠāŪ°āŊ 14 āŪĻāŪūāŪģāŊ  āŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŪŸāŊāŪšāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ‹āŪŸāŊ
āŪĻāŪūāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ  āŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŪ•āŪŋ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŊ†āŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪĩāŊāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŊāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŸāŪēāŪŋāŪēāŊ
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āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŊ āŪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŊ āŪŽāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪĢāŊāŪŸ 22 āŪ‰āŪąāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ‡āŪĩāŊˆ.

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02. āŪ°āŪūāŪŪāŪĐāŊ, āŪ•āŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ·āŊāŪĢāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĐāŊāŪą āŪĪāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪĩāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪĩāŪĢāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪĩāŊ‹, āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪ…āŪĩāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŪŠāŊāŪ°āŊāŪ·āŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŪĩāŊ‹ āŪŽāŪĢāŊāŪĢāŪŋ āŪĩāŪĢāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

03. āŪ•āŪĢāŪŠāŪĪāŪŋ, ‘āŪ•āŊŒāŪ°āŪŋ’ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊ‡āŪĩāŪĪāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪĪāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪĩāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪūāŪ• āŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊ āŪĩāŪĢāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

04. āŪ•āŪŸāŪĩāŊāŪģāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪąāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŪūāŪ•āŪĩāŊ‹, āŪ…āŪĩāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŪŪāŊ āŪŽāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŪūāŪ•āŪĩāŊ‹ āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠ āŪŪāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

05. āŪŪāŪ•āŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪ·āŊāŪĢāŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪĪāŪūāŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪĪāŪūāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪą āŪĩāŪŋāŪ·āŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĐāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪšāŪūāŪ°āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪŽāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪąāŪŋāŪŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

06. āŪ‡āŪąāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ āŪĻāŪŋāŪ•āŪīāŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŪĪāŪšāŊ āŪšāŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊāŪŪāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

07. āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŪĐāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŊ†āŪąāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊ€āŪąāŪŪāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

08. āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĐāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŽāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŪĩāŊŠāŪ°āŊ āŪ†āŪšāŊāŪšāŪūāŪ°āŪšāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŪēāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪŪāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪŪāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

09. āŪŪāŪūāŪĐāŊāŪŸ āŪšāŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŊāŪĩāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

10. āŪšāŪŪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĻāŪŋāŪēāŊˆāŪĻāŪŋāŪąāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪŪāŊ‚āŪšāŊāŪšāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

11. āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŽāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ āŪĩāŪīāŪŋāŪĻāŊ†āŪąāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŊ‹āŪŸāŊ āŪŠāŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪĩāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

12. āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŊāŪŪ āŪŠāŊ‹āŪĪāŪĐāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŪēāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

13. āŪŽāŪēāŊāŪēāŪū āŪ‰āŪŊāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪŸāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋ, āŪŠāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŪūāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ, āŪĩāŪūāŪīāŪĩāŊˆāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

14. āŪŠāŊŠāŪŊāŊ āŪŠāŊ‡āŪš āŪŪāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

15. āŪ•āŪģāŪĩāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊ āŪŪāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

16. āŪŠāŪŋāŪīāŊˆāŪŊāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŪūāŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĪāŪĩāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪąāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊˆ āŪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

17.  āŪŪāŪĐāŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊˆ āŪŪāŪŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋ āŪŠāŪŋāŪīāŊˆ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊ āŪĪāŊ‚āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪŋ āŪĩāŊ†āŪąāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊˆ āŪĪāŪĩāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

18. āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪŠāŊ, āŪ…āŪąāŪŋāŪĩāŊ, āŪŠāŪ°āŪŋāŪĩāŊ āŪ†āŪ•āŪŋāŪŊ āŪ‰āŪŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊ āŪĻāŊ†āŪąāŪŋāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ…āŪŸāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊˆāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŊ āŪĩāŪūāŪīāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŊˆ āŪ…āŪŪāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŪāŊāŪŊāŪąāŊāŪšāŪŋ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪĩāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

19.
āŪŪāŪĐāŪŋāŪĪ āŪĻāŊ‡āŪŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŊāŪ°āŪĢāŪūāŪĐ, āŪšāŪŪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪŪāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŊāŪēāŪūāŪĪ āŪ•āŊ‡āŪŸāŊāŪ•āŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪŸ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŪāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ
āŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊŠāŪīāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ, āŪ‡āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŊ‡āŪĐāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŪāŪŋāŪ•āŊ āŪŠāŊŒāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪĪāŪīāŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

20. āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŪŪāŊāŪŪāŪŪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪĢāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪŪāŪūāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ‰āŪąāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

21. āŪ‡āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪīāŊāŪĩāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪąāŊāŪąāŪĪāŪūāŪ• āŪĻāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

22. āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪ•āŊˆ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪŸāŊāŪŠāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪāŪąāŊāŪŠ āŪ‡āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŪēāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŊ‡āŪĐāŊ.

āŪœāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŠāŊ€āŪŪāŊ
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https://timesfindia.indiatimes.com/…/arti…/86715002.CMS.
āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊ āŪŸāŊ€āŪ•āŊāŪ·āŪŠāŊ‚āŪŪāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŸāŪūāŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĐ āŪĪāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ‡āŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ.
āŪĻāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŠāŊ‚āŪ°āŊ:
āŪ…āŪ•āŊāŪŸāŊ‹āŪŠāŪ°āŊ 7 āŪŪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ āŪŪāŪĪ āŪ‡āŪŸāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŪāŊ€āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪŋāŪąāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ, āŪ†āŪĐāŪūāŪēāŊ
āŪĩāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪ°āŪūāŪŠāŪūāŪĩāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŪŋāŪ•āŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪŊ āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪŸāŪūāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪĻāŪŋāŪ•āŪīāŊāŪĩāŊ - āŪŸāŪūāŪŪāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪĐ
āŪŸāŪŋāŪĐāŊ-āŪŸāŊ€āŪ•āŊāŪ·āŪŠāŊ‚āŪŪāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‡āŪ°āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪūāŪĩāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊŠāŪŸāŪ°āŊāŪšāŊāŪšāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊ āŪĻāŪŸāŊˆāŪŠāŊ†āŪąāŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ. āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊ
āŪ…āŪ•āŊāŪŸāŊ‹āŪŠāŪ°āŊ 15 āŪ…āŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪŪāŪĪāŪ•āŊ āŪ•āŊ‚āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŪŸāŊˆāŪŠāŊ†āŪąāŪĩāŊāŪģāŊāŪģāŪĪāŊ.

āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪ•āŊˆ
āŪĩāŊ†āŪģāŪŋāŪŊāŊ€āŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģ āŪŪāŪūāŪĩāŪŸāŊāŪŸ āŪĻāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŪŪāŊ, āŪ…āŪĐāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪĪāŊāŪąāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪēāŪŸāŊāŪšāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ
āŪŠāŪ•āŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪ•āŊ‹āŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊ -1 āŪĩāŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŪēāŊāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪ‡āŪĢāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ‰āŪąāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪąāŊāŪ•āŊ
āŪšāŪūāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊāŪŪāŪŋāŪēāŊāŪēāŊˆ āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪ•āŪ°āŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪąāŪĐāŪ°āŊ.
āŪšāŪĐāŪĐāŪĐāŊ āŪĪāŪ°āŊāŪŪ āŪŊāŊāŪĩāŪūāŪ•āŊ āŪšāŪŠāŪū, āŪ’āŪĩāŊāŪĩāŊŠāŪ°āŊ āŪ†āŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŪŠāŊ€.āŪ•.


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No Dhammacakkappavathana Din at Deekshabhoomi this year too.
Nagpur:
Religious places will reopen for devotees from October 7,but Vidarbha’s
biggest annual event — Dhammacakkappavathana  Din —will not be held for
the second consecutive year at Deekshabhoomi. The religious gathering
was supposed to take place on October 15 this year.
The district
administration in a press release stated all departments were of the
opinion that it was not possible to ensure compliance of Covid-19
guidelines as devotees in lakhs visit the place.
Sanatan Dharma Yuvak
Sabha organizes Ravan Dahan every year   at KP on Dussehra, which falls
on October 15 this year which received approval from the Heritage
Conservation Committee on Friday.

May be an image of outdoors and treeNo photo description available.May be an image of 1 person, standing, animal and outdoorsMay be an image of outdoorsMay be an image of outdoors, monument and templeMay be an image of tree and outdoorsMay be an image of tree and outdoorsMay be an image of 1 person, outdoors and templeMay be an image of text that says May be an image of tree and outdoorsMay be an image of 1 person, standing, monument and outdoors


05) Classical Pāáļ·i,
rÅŦpaÃąÂ·ca
kho, bhikkhave, abhijānaáđƒ parijānaáđƒ virājayaáđƒ pajahaáđƒ bhabbo
dukkha·kkhayāya; vedanaáđƒ abhijānaáđƒ parijānaáđƒ virājayaáđƒ pajahaáđƒ bhabbo
dukkha·kkhayāya; saÃąÃąaáđƒ abhijānaáđƒ parijānaáđƒ virājayaáđƒ pajahaáđƒ bhabbo
dukkha·kkhayāya; saáđ…khāre abhijānaáđƒ parijānaáđƒ virājayaáđƒ pajahaáđƒ bhabbo
dukkha·kkhayāya; viÃąÃąÄáđ‡aáđƒ abhijānaáđƒ parijānaáđƒ virājayaáđƒ pajahaáđƒ bhabbo
dukkha·kkhayāyā ti.


30) Classical English,Roman,
Do Good Purify Mind - Path to Eternal Bliss

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


By
directly knowing and fully understanding Form, bhikkhus, by getting
dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is able to destroy
suffering; by directly knowing and fully understanding Feeling,
bhikkhus, by getting dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is
able to destroy suffering; by directly knowing and fully understanding
Perception, bhikkhus, by getting dispassionate towards it and abandoning
it, one is able to destroy suffering; by directly knowing and fully
understanding Constructions, bhikkhus, by getting dispassionate towards
them and abandoning them, one is able to destroy suffering; by directly
knowing and fully understanding Consciousness, bhikkhus, by getting
dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is able to destroy
suffering.


  • 06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€
āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū āĪķāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪŪāĪĻ - āĪķāĪūāĪķāĨāĪĩāĪĪ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪēāĪŋāĪ āĪŠāĪĨ

āĪĶāĪŋāĪŪāĪūāĪ—āĨ€ āĪĪāĨˆāĪ°āĪūāĪ•āĨ€ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‹

āĪ­āĨ‚āĪ– āĪļāĪŽāĪļāĨ‡ āĪ–āĪ°āĪūāĪŽ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪŽāĨ€āĪŪāĪūāĪ°āĨ€ āĪđāĨˆ āĪœāĨ‹ āĪ•āĪđāĪū āĪ—āĪŊāĪū āĪđāĨˆ
āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪĪāĪĻ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪŽāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪ•āĨ‹āĪēāĨ€, āĪ•āĪūāĪēāĨ€ āĪŪāĪŋāĪ°āĨāĪš, āĪ•āĪ•āĪĄāĪžāĨ€, āĪļāĨ‡āĪŪ āĪ‰āĪ—āĪūāĪĻāĪūāĨĪ

āĪļāĨāĪœāĪūāĪĪāĪū āĪŦāĨ‡āĪĄ āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§, āĪ…āĪķāĨ‹āĪ• āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨāĪĻāĪŋāĪŊāĪū āĪ­āĪ° āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ”āĪ° āĪ…āĪ‚āĪĪāĪ°āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ· āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪŦāĪē āĪ…āĪļāĪ° āĪĩāĪūāĪēāĨ‡ āĪŠāĨ‡āĪĄāĪž āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪāĨĪ āĪŪāĪūāĪ°āĨāĪ—āĪĩāĪūāĪŸāĨ€ āĪ‰āĪļ āĪĻāĪŋāĪŊāĪŪ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪšāĪūāĪđāĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ

āĪĄāĨ‰ āĪŽāĨ€āĪ†āĪ°.āĪŪāĨāĪŽāĨ€āĪĄāĪ•āĪ° āĪĻāĨ‡ “āĪŪāĨāĪ–āĨāĪŊ āĪ­āĪūāĪ°āĪĪ āĪŽāĪūāĪ‰āĪĶāĪŪāĪŊ āĪ•āĪ°āĨāĪ‚āĪ—āĪū”āĨĪ (āĪŪāĨˆāĪ‚ āĪ‡āĪļ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪķ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪŽāĨŒāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪŽāĪĻāĪūāĪŠāĪ‚āĪ—āĪū)

āĪļāĪ­āĨ€ āĪ†āĪĶāĪŋāĪĩāĪūāĪļāĨ€ āĪœāĪūāĪ—āĨƒāĪĪ āĪļāĨ‹āĪļāĪūāĪ‡āĪŸāĨ€āĪœ āĪĨāĪ‚āĪĄāĪ° āĪĨāĪ‚āĪĄāĪ° “āĪđāĪŪ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĨ‡āĪŠāĨāĪĪ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪ­āĪūāĪ§ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪŠāĪ‚āĪšāĪŪāĪŊ āĪ•āĪ°āĨāĪ‚āĪœāĨĪ” (āĪđāĪŪ āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĶāĨāĪĻāĪŋāĪŊāĪū āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪūāĪŠāĪ‚āĪš āĪŽāĪĻāĪūāĪāĪ‚āĪ—āĨ‡


  • āĪŦāĨ‰āĪ°āĨāĪŪ
    āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡ āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪ•āĪ°, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‡āĪļāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ°
    āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪ•āĪ°, āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪŋāĪĪ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪđāĨˆ; āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡ āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪĻāĪū āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡
    āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪ•āĪ°, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‡āĪļāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪ•āĪ°, āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪŋāĪĪ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡
    āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪđāĨˆ; āĪ§āĪūāĪ°āĪĢāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪ•āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪ•āĪ°,
    āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‡āĪļāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪ•āĪ°, āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚
    āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪđāĨˆ; āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪūāĪĢ āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪ•āĪ°, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ,
    āĪ‰āĪĻāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ— āĪ•āĪ°, āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚
    āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪđāĨˆ; āĪšāĨ‡āĪĪāĪĻāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡ āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪ•āĪ°, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‡āĪļāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ
    āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪ•āĪ°, āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪŋāĪĪ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ

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

āĶ­āĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶŋāĶķā§āĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶŪāĶĻ āĶ•ā§°āĶ• - āĶšāĶŋā§°āĶĻā§āĶĪāĶĻ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶā§° āĶŠāĶĨ

āĶŪāĶĻāĶĪ ā§°āĶūāĶ–āĶŋ āĶļāĶūāĶāĶĪā§‹ā§° āĶ•ā§°āĶ•

āĶ­ā§‹āĶ• āĶđā§ˆāĶ›ā§‡ āĶ†āĶŸāĶūāĶ‡āĶĪāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶŽā§‡āĶŊāĶžāĶū āĶ§ā§°āĶĢā§° ā§°ā§‹āĶ—, āĶœāĶūāĶ—ā§ā§°āĶĪ āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶ•ā§ˆāĶ›āĶŋāĶē
āĶŠāĶūāĶĪā§ā§°āĶĪ āĶŽā§ā§°āĶ•āĶēāĶŋ, āĶœāĶūāĶēā§āĶ•, āĶĪāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶāĶđ, āĶŽā§€āĶĻ āĶ–ā§‡āĶĪāĶŋ āĶ•ā§°āĶ•āĨĪ

āĶļā§āĶœāĶūāĶĪāĶūāĶ‡ āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶ• āĶ–ā§ā§ąāĶūāĶ‡āĶ›āĶŋāĶē, āĶ…āĶķā§‹āĶ•ā§‡ āĶļāĶŪāĶ—ā§ā§° āĶŽāĶŋāĶķā§āĶŽāĶĪ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶŪāĶđāĶūāĶ•āĶūāĶķāĶĪ āĶŦāĶē āĶ§āĶūā§°āĶĢ āĶ•ā§°āĶū āĶ—āĶ› ā§°ā§‹āĶŠāĶĢ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶ›āĶŋāĶēāĨĪ āĶŪāĶūāĶŊāĶžāĶūā§ąāĶĪā§€āĶŊāĶžā§‡ āĶļā§‡āĶ‡ āĶĻāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶŪ āĶŽāĶŋāĶšāĶūā§°ā§‡āĨĪ

āĶĄ. āĶŽāĶŋ.āĶ†ā§°. āĶ†āĶŪā§āĶŽā§‡āĶĶāĶ•āĶūā§°ā§‡ āĶ—ā§°ā§āĶœāĶĻ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶ›āĶŋāĶē “āĶŪāĶ‡ āĶ­āĶūā§°āĶĪ āĶŽāĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶŊāĶž āĶ•āĶūā§°ā§āĶ™ā§āĶ—āĶūāĨĪ” (āĶŪāĶ‡ āĶāĶ‡ āĶĶā§‡āĶķāĶ–āĶĻāĶ• āĶŽā§ŒāĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŪ)



āĶŠā§ā§°āĶŠāĶĪā§ā§°,
āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶšāĶ• āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶœāĶĻāĶū āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ āĶŠā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§° āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶūā§°āĶū, āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶđā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶā§°āĶŋ āĶĶāĶŋ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶž;
āĶ…āĶĻā§āĶ­ā§ą, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶš, āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶœāĶūāĶĻāĶŋ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ āĶŠāĶūāĶ‡, āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶđā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶā§°āĶŋ āĶĶāĶŋ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶž;
āĶ§āĶūā§°āĶĢāĶū, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶšāĶ• āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶœāĶūāĶĻāĶŋ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ, āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶđā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶā§°āĶŋ āĶĶāĶŋ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶž;
āĶĻāĶŋā§°ā§āĶŪāĶūāĶĢ, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶŽā§‹ā§°ā§° āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶđā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļā§‡āĶ‡āĶŽā§‹ā§° āĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶ•ā§°āĶŋ āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ
āĶœāĶūāĶĻāĶŋ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ āĶŠāĶūāĶ‡, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶž;
āĶšā§‡āĶĪāĶĻāĶū, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶšāĶ• āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶœāĶĻāĶū āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ, āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶđā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶā§°āĶŋ āĶĶāĶŋ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ


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

āĶ­āĶūāĶē āĶķā§āĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶŪāĶĻ āĶĻāĶū - āĶķāĶūāĶķā§āĶŽāĶĪ āĶļā§āĶ– āĶŠāĶĨ

āĶŪāĶĻā§‡ āĶ°ā§‡āĶ–ā§‹ āĶļāĶūāĶāĶĪāĶūāĶ° āĶ•āĶūāĶŸāĶūāĶĻ

āĶ•ā§āĶ·ā§āĶ§āĶū āĶļāĶŽāĶšā§‡āĶŊāĶžā§‡ āĶ–āĶūāĶ°āĶūāĶŠ āĶ§āĶ°āĶĻā§‡āĶ° āĶ…āĶļā§āĶļā§āĶĨāĶĪāĶū āĶœāĶūāĶ—ā§āĶ°āĶĪ āĶāĶ•
Broccoli, āĶŪāĶ°āĶŋāĶš, cucumber, āĶŠāĶūāĶĪā§āĶ° āĶŪāĶ§ā§āĶŊā§‡ āĶŪāĶŸāĶ°āĶķā§āĶŸāĶŋ āĶđāĶĪā§āĶĪāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĨĪ

āĶļā§āĶœāĶŸāĶū āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§, āĶ…āĶķā§‹āĶ• āĶļāĶūāĶ°āĶū āĶŽāĶŋāĶķā§āĶŽ āĶœā§āĶĄāĶžā§‡ āĶŦāĶēā§‡āĶ° āĶŦāĶēāĶ• āĶ—āĶūāĶ› āĶēāĶūāĶ—āĶŋāĶŊāĶžā§‡āĶ›āĶŋāĶē āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļā§āĶŠā§‡āĶļā§‡āĨĪ āĶŪāĶūāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶŽāĶĪā§€ āĶāĶ‡ āĶĻāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶŪ āĶšāĶūāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ

āĶĄāĨĪ āĶŽāĶŋāĨĪ āĶ†āĶ°āĨĪ āĶ°āĶūāĶŪā§āĶŽā§‡āĶĶāĶ•āĶūāĶ° “āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶ§āĶūāĶĻ āĶ­āĶūāĶ°āĶĪ āĶŽāĶ‰āĶĶāĶđā§‡ āĶ•āĶūāĶ°ā§āĶ™ā§āĶ—āĶū”āĨĪ (āĶ†āĶŪāĶŋ āĶāĶ‡ āĶĶā§‡āĶķ āĶŽā§ŒāĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶđāĶŽā§‡)

āĶļāĶŪāĶļā§āĶĪ āĶ†āĶĶāĶŋāĶŽāĶūāĶļā§€ āĶœāĶūāĶ—āĶūāĶĻā§‹ āĶļāĶŪāĶūāĶœā§‡āĶ° āĶŽāĶœā§āĶ°āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶĻāĶŋ “āĶđā§āĶŪ āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶŽāĶžā§āĶš āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶŽāĶūāĶđā§āĶ§āĶū āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶķāĶūāĶžā§āĶšāĶŪā§‡ āĶ•āĶūāĶ°ā§āĶĻāĨĪ” (āĶ†āĶŪāĶ°āĶū āĶŽāĶŋāĶķā§āĶŽāĶŽā§āĶŊāĶūāĶŠā§€ āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶŽā§ƒāĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶ­āĶūāĶžā§āĶš āĶĪā§ˆāĶ°āĶŋ āĶ•āĶ°āĶŽ



āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ
āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶŽā§‹āĶāĶūāĶ° āĶŪāĶūāĶ§ā§āĶŊāĶŪā§‡ āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•āĶ–ā§āĶļ, āĶāĶŸāĶŋāĶ° āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶĪāĶŋ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶĻā§āĶĶā§āĶŽā§‡āĶ°
āĶŪāĶūāĶ§ā§āĶŊāĶŪā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶāĶŸāĶŋ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶž; āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ
āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶŽā§‹āĶ§, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶ·ā§āĶ•, āĶāĶŸāĶŋāĶ° āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶĪāĶŋ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶĻā§āĶĶā§āĶŽā§‡āĶ°
āĶŪāĶūāĶ§ā§āĶŊāĶŪā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶāĶŸāĶŋ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶž; āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ
āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶ‰āĶŠāĶēāĶŽā§āĶ§āĶŋ, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•āĶ–ā§āĶļ āĶŽā§āĶāĶĪā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶāĶŸāĶŋāĶ•ā§‡ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡
āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶāĶŸāĶŋ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪāĨĪ āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ āĶœāĶūāĶĻāĶĪā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚
āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶāĶĪā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶŽā§‹āĶāĶūāĶ° āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶūāĶ°āĶū, āĶĪāĶūāĶĶā§‡āĶ° āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶĪāĶŋ āĶŽāĶŋāĶ°ā§‹āĶ§āĶŋāĶĪāĶū
āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶĪāĶūāĶĶā§‡āĶ° āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶž; āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ
āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶļāĶšā§‡āĶĪāĶĻāĶĪāĶū, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•āĶ–ā§āĶļ āĶŽā§āĶāĶĪā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶāĶŸāĶŋāĶ•ā§‡ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡,
āĶāĶŸāĶŋ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶļāĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ āĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ



41) Classical Gujarati-āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€,

āŠļāŠūāŠ°āŠū āŠķāŦāŠĶāŦāŠ§ āŠŪāŠĻ - āŠķāŠūāŠķāŦāŠĩāŠĪ āŠ†āŠĻāŠ‚āŠĶāŠĻāŦ‹ āŠŪāŠūāŠ°āŦāŠ—

āŠŪāŠūāŠ‡āŠĻāŦāŠĄāŠŦāŦāŠē āŠļāŦāŠĩāŠŋāŠŪāŠŋāŠ‚āŠ— āŠ•āŠ°āŦ‹

āŠ­āŦ‚āŠ– āŠ āŠļāŦŒāŠĨāŦ€ āŠ–āŠ°āŠūāŠŽ āŠŠāŦāŠ°āŠ•āŠūāŠ°āŠĻāŦ€ āŠŽāŠŋāŠŪāŠūāŠ°āŦ€ āŠ›āŦ‡ āŠœāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠ—āŦƒāŠĪ āŠ›āŦ‡
āŠŽāŦāŠ°āŦ‹āŠ•āŦ‹āŠēāŦ€, āŠŪāŠ°āŦ€, āŠ•āŠūāŠ•āŠĄāŦ€, āŠŽāŠŸāŠĻāŦ‹ āŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠŽāŦ€āŠĻāŦāŠļ āŠĩāŠ§āŠūāŠ°āŦ‹.

āŠļāŦāŠœāŠūāŠŸāŠūāŠ āŠŽāŦāŠ§, āŠ…āŠķāŦ‹āŠ•āŦ‹āŠ āŠļāŠŪāŠ—āŦāŠ° āŠĩāŠŋāŠķāŦāŠĩāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĩāŠ•āŠūāŠķāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠĩāŦƒāŠ•āŦāŠ·āŦ‹āŠĩāŠūāŠģāŠū āŠŦāŠģāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠŦāŠģ āŠ†āŠŠāŠĪāŠū āŠŦāŠģāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ°āŦ‹āŠŠāŦāŠŊāŦāŠ‚. āŠŪāŠūāŠŊāŠĩāŠūāŠŸāŦ€ āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠĻāŠŋāŠŊāŠŪ āŠŪāŠūāŠ‚āŠ—āŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‡.

āŠĄāŦ‰. āŠŽāŦ€.āŠ†āŠ°..āŠāŠŪ.āŠāŠš.āŠŽāŦ€.āŠŽāŦ€.āŠāŠš.āŠ†āŠ°.āŠāŠš.āŠĄāŦ€. “āŠŪāŦāŠ–āŦāŠŊ āŠ­āŠūāŠ°āŠĪ āŠŽāŦŒāŠ§āŠŪāŠū āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠ—āŠū”. (āŠđāŦāŠ‚ āŠ† āŠĶāŦ‡āŠķ āŠŽāŦŒāŠĶāŦāŠ§ āŠŽāŠĻāŠūāŠĩāŦ€āŠķ)

āŠŽāŠ§āŠū āŠāŠŽāŦ‹āŠ°āŠŋāŠœāŠŋāŠĻāŠē āŠœāŠūāŠ—āŦƒāŠĪ āŠļāŠŪāŠūāŠœāŦ‹ āŠĨāŠ‚āŠĄāŠ° “āŠđāŠŪ āŠŠāŦāŠ°āŠŠāŠ‚āŠš āŠŠāŦāŠ°āŠŠāŦāŠ‚āŠ§ āŠŠāŦāŠ°āŠŠāŠ‚āŠšāŦ‡āŠ°āŦāŠœāŦ‡ āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠĻāŦāŠœ.” (āŠ…āŠŪāŦ‡ āŠ†āŠ–āŦ€ āŠĶāŦāŠĻāŠŋāŠŊāŠū āŠŠāŦāŠ°āŠŽāŦāŠĶāŦāŠ§ āŠŠāŦāŠ°āŠŠāŠ‚āŠš āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€āŠķāŦāŠ‚


āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€
āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĩāŠūāŠĨāŦ€, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŦāŠļ, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŠū āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠĨāŠˆāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡
āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‹āŠĄāŦ€ āŠĶāŦ‡āŠĩāŠūāŠĨāŦ€, āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€ āŠķāŠ•āŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‡; āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡
āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĩāŠūāŠĨāŦ€, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŦāŠļ, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ€ āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠĨāŠˆāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦāŠŊāŠūāŠ—
āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡, āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€ āŠķāŠ•āŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‡; āŠĶāŦāŠ°āŠ·āŦāŠŸāŠŋāŠ•āŦ‹āŠĢāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŠĩāŦāŠ‚ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡
āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĩāŦāŠ‚, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŦāŠļ, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ€ āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦāŠŊāŠūāŠ—
āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡, āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€ āŠķāŠ•āŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‡; āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĢ
āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĩāŠūāŠĨāŦ€, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŦāŠļ, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠŪāŠĻāŦ€ āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠŪāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦāŠŊāŠūāŠ—
āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡, āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€ āŠķāŠ•āŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‡; āŠļāŠ­āŠūāŠĻāŠĪāŠū, āŠ­āŠŋāŠ•āŦāŠ–āŠļāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡
āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĩāŠūāŠĨāŦ€, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ€ āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠĨāŠˆāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‹āŠĄāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡, āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ
āŠ•āŠ°āŦ€ āŠķāŠ•āŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‡.


55) Classical Kannada- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāē°āģ€āēŊ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄ,

āē’āēģāģāēģāģ†āēŊ
āēķāģāēĶāģāē§āģ€āē•āē°āēŋāēļāēŋ āēŪāēĻāēļāģāēļāģ āēŪāēūāēĄāēŋ - āēŽāēŸāē°āģāēĻāēēāģ āēŽāģāēēāēŋāēļāģāē—āģ† āēŪāēūāē°āģāē—

āēŽāģāēĶāģāē§āēŋāēĩāē‚āēĪ āēˆāēœāģ āēŪāēūāēĄāēŋ

āēđāēļāēŋāēĩāģ āē•āģ†āēŸāģāēŸ āē°āģ€āēĪāēŋāēŊ āē…āēĻāēūāē°āģ‹āē—āģāēŊāēĩāģ āēœāēūāē—āģƒāēĪāē—āģŠāē‚āēĄāēŋāēĶāģ† āēŽāē‚āēĶāģ āēđāģ‡āēģāēŋāēĶāē°āģ
āēŽāģāē°āģŠāē•āģŠāēēāēŋāē—āģ†, āēŪāģ†āēĢāēļāģ, āēļāģŒāēĪāģ†āē•āēūāēŊāēŋ, āēŪāēĄāēŋāē•āģ†āē—āēģāēēāģāēēāēŋ āēŽāģ€āēĻāģāēļāģ āēŽāģ†āēģāģ†āēŊāēŋāē°āēŋ.

āēļāģāēœāēūāēĪāēū āēŦāģ†āēĄāģ āēŽāģāēĶāģāē§, āē…āēķāģ‹āē• āēŠāģāē°āēŠāē‚āēšāēĶāēūāēĶāģāēŊāē‚āēĪ āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āēŽāēūāēđāģāēŊāēūāē•āēūāēķāēĶāēēāģāēēāēŋ āēđāēĢāģāēĢāēŋāēĻ
āēŽāģ‡āē°āēŋāē‚āē—āģ āēŪāē°āē—āēģāģ āēĻāģ†āēŸāģāēŸ. āēŪāēūāēŊāēĩāēĪāēŋ āē† āēĻāēŋāēŊāēŪ āēŽāēŊāēļāēŋāēĶāģ†.

āēĄāēū b.r.ambedkar āēĨāē‚āēĄāē°āģ “āēŪāģāē–āģāēŊ āē­āē°āēĪāģ āēŽāģŒāē§āēŪāē°āģ āē•āē°āģāē‚āē—”. (āēĻāēūāēĻāģ āēˆ āēĶāģ‡āēķāēĶ
āēŽāģŒāēĶāģāē§āēĪāģ†āēŊāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŪāēūāēĄāģāēĪāģāēĪāģ‡āēĻāģ†)

āēŽāēēāģāēēāēū āēŪāģ‚āēēāēĻāēŋāēĩāēūāēļāēŋāē—āēģāģ āēœāēūāē—āģƒāēĪ āēļāēŪāēūāēœāē—āēģāģ āē—āģāēĄāģāē—āģ “āēđāēŪāģ āēŠāģāē°āēūāēŠāē‚āēšāēĻ āēŠāģāē°āē­āģāē§ āēŠāģāē°āēūāēŠāēšāēŪāē°āģ
āē•āē°āģāē‚āēœāģ.” (āēĻāēūāēĩāģ āē‡āēĄāģ€ āēĩāēŋāēķāģāēĩ āēŠāģāē°āēŽāģāēĶāģāē§ āēŠāģāē°āēūāēŠāē‚āēšāēĻāēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŪāēūāēĄāģāēĪāģāēĪāģ‡āēĩāģ†


āēŦāēūāē°āģāēŪāģ,
āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģāēļāģ āē…āēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāģ‡āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēĶāģāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āēļāē‚āēŠāģ‚āē°āģāēĢāēĩāēūāē—āēŋ
āē…āē°āģāēĨāēŪāēūāēĄāēŋāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ, āē…āēĶāē° āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāē°āģ‹āē§āēŋāēļāģāēĪāģāēĪāēĶāģ† āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāģāēĩāģāēĶāē°
āēŪāģ‚āēēāē•, āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāēūāēķāēŠāēĄāēŋāēļāēŽāēđāģāēĶāģ; āēĻāģ‡āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēĶāģāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē­āēūāēĩāēĻāģ†,
āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģāēđāēļāģ, āē…āēĶāē° āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāē°āģ‹āē§āēŋāēļāģāēĩ āēŪāģ‚āēēāē• āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāģāēĩāģāēĶāē° āēŪāģ‚āēēāē•,
āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāēūāēķāēŪāēūāēĄāēēāģ āēļāēūāē§āģāēŊāēĩāēūāē—āģāēĪāģāēĪāēĶāģ†; āē—āģāē°āēđāēŋāē•āģ†āēŊāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāģ‡āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋ
āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēĶāģāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āēļāē‚āēŠāģ‚āē°āģāēĢāēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āē…āē°āģāēĨāēŪāēūāēĄāēŋāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩ āēŪāģ‚āēēāē•, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģāēđāēļāģ, āē…āēĶāē°
āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāē°āģ‹āē§āēŋāēļāģāēĩ āēŪāģ‚āēēāē• āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāģāēĩāģāēĶāē° āēŪāģ‚āēēāē•, āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ
āēĻāēūāēķāēŠāēĄāēŋāēļāēŽāēđāģāēĶāģ; āēĻāģ‡āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēĶāģāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āēĻāēŋāē°āģāēŪāēūāēĢāē—āēģāģ, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģāēļāģ āē…āēĻāģāēĻāģ
āē…āē°āģāēĨāēŪāēūāēĄāēŋāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģ‚āēļāģ āē…āēĩāē°āēĻāģāēĻāģ āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĩāģāē—āēģāēĻāģāēĻāģ
āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāģāēĩāģāēĶāē° āēŪāģ‚āēēāē•, āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēŽāēģāēēāģāēĪāģāēĪāēŋāēĶāģāēĶāēūāē°āģ†; āēĻāģ‡āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēĶāģāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ
āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āēŠāģāē°āēœāģāēžāģ†, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģāēļāģ āē…āēĻāģāēĻāģ āē…āē°āģāēĨāēŪāēūāēĄāēŋāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ, āē…āēĶāē° āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāē°āģ‹āē§āēŋāēļāģāēĩ
āēŪāģ‚āēēāē• āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāģāēĩāģāēĶāē° āēŪāģ‚āēēāē•, āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāēūāēķāēŠāēĄāēŋāēļāēŽāēđāģāēĶāģ.



70) Classical Malayalam-āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāī‚,
āīĻāīēāĩāīē
āīķāĩāīĶāĩāī§āĩ€āī•āī°āīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāī• āīŽāīĻāĩāīĻ āīŪāīĻāīļāĩāīļāĩ āīšāĩ†āīŊāĩāīŊāĩāī• - āīĻāīŋāīĪāĩāīŊāīŪāīūāīŊ āī†āīĻāīĻāĩāīĶāīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‡āī•āĩāī•āĩāīģāĩāīģ āīŠāīūāīĪ

āīķāĩāī°āīĶāĩāī§āīūāīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĩāĩāīĩāī‚ āīĻāĩ€āīĻāĩāīĪāĩ― āīšāĩ†āīŊāĩāīŊāĩāī•

āī‰āīĢāĩžāīĪāĩāīĪ āīšāĩ†āīŊāĩāīĪ āīāīąāĩāīąāīĩāĩāī‚ āīŪāĩ‹āīķāī‚ āī…āīļāĩāī–āīŪāīūāīĢāĩ āīĩāīŋāīķāīŠāĩāīŠāĩ
āīŽāĩāī°āĩŠāī•āĩāī•āĩ‹āīģāīŋ, āī•āĩāī°āĩāīŪāĩāīģāī•āĩ, āīĩāĩ†āīģāĩāīģāī°āīŋ, āī•āīēāī™āĩāī™āīģāīŋāĩ― āīŽāĩ€āĩŧāīļāĩ āīŽāīĻāĩāīĻāīŋāīĩ āīĩāīģāĩžāīĪāĩāīĪāĩāī•.

āīļāĩāīœāīūāīĪ āīŦāĩ†āīĄāĩ āīŽāĩāīĶāĩāī§āĩŧ, āī…āīķāĩ‹āī•āīĻāĩ āīēāĩ‹āī•āīŪāĩ†āīŪāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī‚ āīŪāī°āī™āĩāī™āĩū āīĩāīđāīŋāīšāĩāīš āīŦāīēāī‚
āīĻāīŸāĩāīŸāĩāīŠāīŋāīŸāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāīšāĩāīšāĩ.

āīĄāĩ‹. āīŽāīŋ. (āīžāīūāĩŧ āīˆ āī°āīūāīœāĩāīŊāīĪāĩāīĪāĩ† āīŽāĩāīĶāĩāī§āīĻāīūāī•āĩāī•āĩāī‚

āīŽāīēāĩāīēāīū āī†āīĶāīŋāīĩāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩū āī‰āīĢāĩžāīĩāĩ āīšāĩ†āīŊāĩāīĪ āīļāĩŠāīļāĩˆāīąāĩāīąāīŋāī•āīģāĩāīŸāĩ† āīĪāīĢāĩāīŸāĩž “āīđāī‚ āīŠāĩāī°āīŠāīžāĩāīšāĩŧ āīŠāĩāī°āīŽāĩāīĶāĩāīĶ
​​āīŠāĩāī°āīŠāīūāīžāĩāīšāĩāīŪāĩˆāī°āīūāīžāĩāīšāĩ.” (āīžāī™āĩāī™āĩū āīēāĩ‹āī•āī‚ āīŪāĩāīīāĩāīĩāĩŧ āīŠāĩāī°āīŽāĩāīĶāīŠāĩāī°āī­āīūāīžāĩāīšāīŋ āī‰āīĢāĩāīŸāīūāī•āĩāī•āĩāī‚

āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ†
āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāī•āīŊāĩāī‚ āī…āīĪāĩ āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāĩāī‚ āīŪāīĻāīļāĩāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āĩāī•āīŊāĩāī‚ āī­āīŋāīĻāĩāīĻāī°āĩ‚āīŠāī‚, āī­āĩ—āīĪāīŋāī•āīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ
āīŪāīĻāīļāĩāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āĩāī•āīŊāĩāī‚ āī…āīĪāĩ āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāī•āīŊāĩāī‚ āīšāĩ†āīŊāĩāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†, āī’āī°āīūāĩū āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āĩū
āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ; āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ† āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāĩāī‚ āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāīĪāĩāīŪāīūāīŊ
āīĩāīŋāī•āīūāī°āī‚, āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ† āīĩāīŋāīšāĩāī›āĩ‡āīĶāīŋāīšāĩāīšāĩāī•āĩŠāīĢāĩāīŸāĩ, āī…āīĪāĩ āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāīšāĩāīšāĩ, āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āĩū
āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āī’āī°āīūāĩūāī•āĩāī•āĩ āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ; āī—āĩžāī­āī§āīūāī°āīĢāīĪāĩāīĪāĩ† āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†āīŊāĩāī‚
āī…āīĩ āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āīŪāīĻāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†āīŊāĩāī‚ āī…āīĪāĩ āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāĩāī‚
āīŪāīĻāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†āīŊāĩāī‚ āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ† āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†āīŊāĩāī‚ āī…āīĪāĩ āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āĩū
āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ. āīĻāīŋāĩžāīŪāĩāīŪāīūāīĢāī™āĩāī™āīģāĩ† āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīĻāĩāī‚ āī…āīĩ āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ
āīŪāīĻāīļāĩāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†āīŊāĩāī‚ āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ āīŪāīĻāīļāĩāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†āīŊāĩāī‚ āī…āīĩāīŊāĩ†
āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†āīŊāĩāī‚ āī…āīĩāī°āĩ† āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāīšāĩāīšāĩ āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āĩū āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ
āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ. āīŽāĩ‹āī§āī‚ āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāĩāī‚, āī­āīŋāīĻāĩāīĻāīĩāĩāī‚, āī­āīŋāī·āĩāīŸāīūāī•āīūāī°āī‚, āī…āīĪāĩ
āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāīšāĩāīšāĩ, āī…āīĪāĩ āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āīģāĩ† āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ.


73) Classical Marathi-āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪ“āĪ°āĨ€,
āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĪēāĨ‡ āĪķāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§āĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ āĪ•āĪ°āĪū - āĪķāĪūāĪķāĨāĪĩāĪĪ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶāĪūāĪšāĪū āĪŪāĪūāĪ°āĨāĪ—

āĪļāĪūāĪĩāĪ§āĪ—āĪŋāĪ°āĨ€ āĪŽāĪūāĪģāĪ—āĪū

āĪ­āĨāĪ•āĨ‡āĪēāĨ‡ āĪļāĪ°āĨāĪĩāĪūāĪĪ āĪĩāĪūāĪˆāĪŸ āĪ†āĪœāĪūāĪ°āĪŠāĪĢ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡ āĪœāĨ‡ āĪāĪ• āĪœāĪūāĪ—āĨƒāĪĪ āĪāĪūāĪēāĨ‡
āĪ­āĪūāĪ‚āĪĄāĨ€ āĪŪāĪ§āĨāĪŊāĨ‡ āĪŽāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪ•āĨ‹āĪēāĨ€, āĪŪāĪŋāĪ°āĪŠāĨ‚āĪĄ, āĪ•āĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ€, āĪŽāĨ€āĪĻāĨāĪļ āĪĩāĪūāĪĒāĪĪāĪūāĪĪ.

āĪļāĨāĪœāĪūāĪĪāĪū āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§āĪūāĪ‚āĪĻāĪū āĪ“āĪ°āĪĄāĪēāĨ‡, āĪ…āĪķāĨ‹āĪ•āĪūāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪœāĪ—āĪ­āĪ°āĪūāĪĪāĨ€āĪē āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪœāĪūāĪ—āĨ‡āĪĪ āĪŦāĪģāĪūāĪ‚āĪšāĨ€ āĪēāĪūāĪ—āĪĩāĪĄ āĪ•āĨ‡āĪēāĨ‡āĪēāĨ€ āĪŦāĪģ .āĪŪāĨ‹āĪĪāĨ€āĪēāĪū āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪū āĪĻāĪŋāĪŊāĪŪāĪūāĪ‚āĪšāĨ€ āĪ‡āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡.

āĪĄāĨ€āĪ†āĪ° āĪŽāĨ€.āĪ†āĪ°.āĪ‚āĪŽāĨ‡āĪĄāĪ•āĪ° āĪ—āĪĄāĪ—āĪĄāĪūāĪŸ “āĪŪāĨāĪ–āĨāĪŊ āĪ­āĪūāĪ°āĪĪ Budhmay āĪ•āĪ°āĪ‚āĪ—āĪū.” (āĪŪāĨ€ āĪŊāĪū āĪĶāĨ‡āĪķ āĪŽāĨŒāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪŽāĪĻāĪĩāĨ€āĪĻ)

āĪļāĪ°āĨāĪĩ āĪ†āĪĶāĪŋāĪĩāĪūāĪļāĨ€ āĪœāĪūāĪ—āĨ‡āĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĪāĨ‡, āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ˜ “āĪđāĪŪāĪŠāĨāĪ° āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪŠāĪ‚āĪš āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪŠāĪ‚āĪšāĨāĪŪāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĪ—āĨ‡.” (āĪ†āĪŪāĨāĪđāĨ€ āĪļāĪ‚āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪœāĪ— prabuddha prapanth āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚

āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ,
āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĪ–āĨ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĩāĪ°āĨ€āĪē āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪŠāĪĻ āĪĨāĨ‡āĪŸ āĪœāĪūāĪĢāĨ‚āĪĻ
āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪŪāĨāĪģāĨ‡, āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪū āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡; āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ,
āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪĩāĪģāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪŠāĪĻ āĪĨāĨ‡āĪŸ āĪļāĪŪāĪœāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĢāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ– āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨ‡ āĪķāĪ•āĨāĪŊ
āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡; āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĪ–āĨāĪļ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪŠāĪĻ āĪĨāĨ‡āĪŸ āĪœāĪūāĪĢāĨ‚āĪĻ
āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĢāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪēāĪū āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ– āĪļāĪđāĪĻ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡; āĪŽāĪūāĪ‚āĪ§āĪ•āĪūāĪŪ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ,
āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪšāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪĻāĪū āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪŠāĪĻ āĪĨāĨ‡āĪŸ āĪœāĪūāĪĢāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĢāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ
āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪĻāĪū āĪ­āĪŸāĪ•āĪĪ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡. āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĨāĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĪ–āĨ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĩāĪ°āĨ€āĪē āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨ‡ āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪŠāĪĻ
āĪĨāĨ‡āĪŸ āĪœāĪūāĪĢāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĢāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢāĪŠāĪĢāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪœāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĢāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ– āĪļāĪđāĪĻ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ
āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡.



76) Classical Nepali-āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪŪāĪūāĪ° (āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪū),

āĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪēāĪūāĪˆ
āĪķāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨ - āĪ…āĪĻāĪĻāĨāĪĪ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪēāĪūāĪ—āĪŋ āĪŪāĪūāĪ°āĨāĪ— āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨ

āĪŪāĪĻāĪŪāĨ‹āĪđāĪ• āĪŠāĨŒāĪĄāĨ€ āĪ–āĨ‡āĪēāĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨ

āĪ­āĨ‹āĪ• āĪļāĪŽāĨˆāĪ­āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĪū āĪ–āĪ°āĪūāĪŽ āĪ°āĨ‹āĪ—āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪļāĪŽāĨˆāĪ­āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĪū āĪŽāĪĒāĨ€ āĪŽāĪŋāĪŪāĪūāĪ°āĨ€ āĪđāĨ‹
āĪŽāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪ•āĨ‹āĪēāĨ€, āĪŪāĨˆāĪŠāĪ°, āĪ•āĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ€, āĪ­āĪūāĪāĪĄāĪūāĪŪāĪū canceāĨĪ

āĪļāĨāĪœāĪūāĪĪāĪū āĪŦāĨ‡āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§, āĪ…āĪķāĨ‹āĪ•āĪēāĨ‡ āĪĩāĪŋāĪķāĨāĪĩāĪ­āĪ°āĪŋ āĪ° āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĪāĪ°āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪāĪū āĪ° āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĪāĪ°āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪāĪū āĪŦāĪēāĪŦāĨ‚āĪē
āĪŦāĪēāĪŦāĨ‚āĪēāĪŋāĪ‚āĪ— āĪ°āĨ‚āĪ–āĪđāĪ°āĨ‚ āĪ•āĪŋ āĪķāĪūāĪļāĪĻ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪ›āĪĻāĨāĨĪ

āĪĄāĨ€ āĪŽāĨ€.āĪ†āĪ°āĪŽāĪŋāĪĶāĨāĪŪ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪœāĪĻ “āĪŪāĨāĪ–āĨāĪŊ āĪ­āĪ°āĪĪ āĪŽāĪœāĨ‡āĪđāĪđāĪŋāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ un āĨāĪ—āĪū” āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪœāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪœāĪĻāĨĪ ” (āĪŪ
āĪŊāĨ‹ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪķ āĪŽāĨŒāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪŽāĪĻāĪūāĪ‰āĪĻāĨ‡āĪ›āĨ)

āĪļāĪŽāĨˆ āĪ†āĪĶāĪŋāĪĩāĪūāĪļāĨ€āĪđāĪ°āĨ‚ āĪļāĪŪāĪūāĪœ āĪœāĪūāĪ—āĪ°āĪĢ āĪœāĪŋāĪĶāĨāĪĶāĨ€ āĪœāĪūāĪ—āĪū āĪ°āĪđāĪĻ “āĪđāĪŪāĨāĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĻāĨāĪš āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪ­āĪūāĪšāĪŪāĪū
āĪ•āĪ°āĨāĪĩāĪū āĪ•āĪĻāĨāĪŸāĨāĪœāĨ‡āĨĪ” (āĪđāĪūāĪŪāĨ€ āĪļāĪŪāĨāĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪĩāĪŋāĪķāĨāĪĩāĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪļāĪūāĪĶāĪĶ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪļāĪūāĪ§āĪĻ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨ‡āĪ›āĨŒāĪ‚


āĪŊāĪļāĪŪāĪū
āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĨāĪ­āĪ°āĪĪāĪū āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĶāĪūāĪ°āĨ€āĪļāĪūāĪĨ āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĶāĪūāĪ°āĨ€āĪļāĪūāĪĨ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪļāĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĩāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪŠāĨāĪĪ āĪ°
āĪŊāĪļāĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ—āĨ‡āĪ°, āĪāĪ• āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ–āĪ•āĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪđāĨāĪĻāĨāĪ›; āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĪū āĪĨāĪūāĪđāĪū āĪŠāĪūāĪāĪ° āĪ­āĪūāĪĩāĪĻāĪū,
āĪ­āĪŋāĪ–āĨāĪ°āĪū, āĪŊāĨ‹ āĪĪāĪŋāĪ° āĪ…āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ­āĪāĪ° āĪŊāĪļāĪŪāĪū āĪ…āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ­āĪāĪ° āĪ° āĪŊāĪļāĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ—āĨ‡āĪ°, āĪāĪ•
āĪœāĪĻāĪūāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨ: āĪ– āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ›; āĪļāĪŋāĪ§āĪū āĪĻāĪŋāĪ·āĨāĪŠāĪ•āĨāĪ· āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĶāĪūāĪ°āĨ€āĪļāĪūāĪĨ āĪ§āĪūāĪ°āĪĢāĪū āĪ° āĪŊāĨ‹
āĪĪāĪŋāĪ° āĪ…āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ­āĪāĪ° āĪŊāĪļāĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ—āĨ‡āĪ°, āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‡āĪ° āĪĶāĨ: āĪ– āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪ­āĪāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ›;
āĪļāĪŋāĪ§āĪū āĪĨāĪūāĪđāĪū āĪŠāĪūāĪāĪ° āĪ­ -āĨāĪ—āĨāĪ°āĪū, āĪ­āĪ•āĪ–āĪ°āĨ€āĪļ, āĪĪāĪŋāĪĻāĨ€āĪđāĪ°āĨ‚āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĩāĪŋāĪ•āĨƒāĪĪ āĪđāĨāĪāĪĶāĨˆ āĪ° āĪĪāĪŋāĪĻāĨ€āĪđāĪ°āĨ‚āĪēāĪūāĪˆ
āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‡āĪ°, āĪāĪ• āĪœāĪĻāĪūāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨ: āĪ– āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪđāĨāĪĻāĨāĪ›; āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĪū āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪūāĪ‚āĪĶāĨˆ āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪ°āĨ‚āĪŠāĪŪāĪū
āĪšāĨ‡āĪĪāĪĻāĪū āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĶāĪūāĪ°āĨ€āĪļāĪūāĪĨ āĪŽāĨāĪāĨ‡āĪ°, āĪŊāĪļāĪŪāĪū āĪ…āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ­āĪāĪ° āĪ° āĪŊāĪļāĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ—āĨ‡āĪ°, āĪāĪ•
āĪœāĪĻāĪūāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ–āĪ•āĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ›āĨĪ


78) Classical Odia (Oriya)
āŽ­āŽē āŽķā­āŽĶā­āŽ§ āŽŪāŽĻ - āŽ…āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĪ āŽļā­āŽ– āŽŠāŽūāŽ‡āŽ āŽŠāŽĨ |

āŽŪāŽ™ā­āŽ—āŽģ āŽ—āŽūāŽ§ā­‹āŽ‡āŽŽāŽū |

āŽ­ā­‹āŽ•āŽŸāŽŋ āŽđā­‡āŽ‰āŽ›āŽŋ āŽļāŽŽā­āŽ āŽūāŽ°ā­ āŽ–āŽ°āŽūāŽŠ āŽŠā­āŽ°āŽ•āŽūāŽ°āŽ° āŽ…āŽļā­āŽļā­āŽĨāŽĪāŽū | āŽœāŽūāŽ—ā­āŽ°āŽĪ āŽđā­‡āŽēāŽū |
āŽŽā­āŽ°ā­‹āŽ•ā­‹āŽēāŽŋ, āŽđāŽģāŽĶā­€, āŽ•āŽūāŽ•ā­āŽĄāŽŋ, āŽ•ā­āŽŪā­āŽ­ā­€āŽ°

āŽļā­āŽ°āŽŸāŽŋāŽŸāŽū āŽ–āŽūāŽ‡āŽŽāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽŽā­āŽĶā­āŽ§, āŽ…āŽķā­‹āŽ•āŽū āŽļāŽŪāŽ—ā­āŽ° āŽŽāŽŋāŽķā­ā­ąāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ—āŽ› āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽŪāŽđāŽūāŽ•āŽūāŽķāŽŸā­ąāŽūāŽŸāŽŋāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ‰āŽĶā­āŽ­āŽŋāŽĶ āŽŊā­‹āŽœāŽĻāŽū āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽĨāŽŋāŽēā­‡ |

Dr b.r.ambenbabkar āŽŽāŽœāŽūāŽēā­ “āŽŪā­āŽ–ā­ā­Ÿ āŽŠāŽđāŽ†āŽŸ āŽŽ ued āŽūāŽ‡āŽ—āŽūāŽ‡ āŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­āŽ™ā­āŽ—āŽūāĨĪ” (āŽŪā­āŽ āŽāŽđāŽŋ āŽĶā­‡āŽķ āŽŽ h āŽĶā­āŽ§ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽŋ)

āŽļāŽŪāŽļā­āŽĪ āŽ†āŽĶāŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽļā­€ āŽœāŽūāŽ—āŽūāŽ•āŽŋ āŽ…āŽĶā­āŽ­ā­āŽĪāŽĪāŽū āŽŽāŽœā­āŽ°āŽŠāŽūāŽĪ āŽ•āŽēā­‡āĨĪ (āŽ†āŽŪā­‡ āŽŠā­āŽ°āŽū āŽŽāŽŋāŽķā­ā­ą āŽŠā­āŽ°āŽūāŽŽāŽūāŽĶ āŽŠā­āŽ°āŽūāŽŠāŽĪāŽ™ā­āŽ• āŽĪāŽŋāŽ†āŽ°āŽŋ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽā­ |


āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ–
āŽœāŽūāŽĢāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū, āŽ­ā­āŽ–āŽĶ, āŽāŽđāŽū āŽŠā­āŽ°āŽĪāŽŋ āŽ…āŽŽāŽŋāŽķā­ā­ąāŽūāŽļ
āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋāŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋāŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŠāŽūāŽ°āŽŋāŽ›āŽŋ; āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ–
āŽœāŽūāŽĢāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū āŽ…āŽĻā­āŽ­āŽŽ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­
understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū āŽŽāŽĶāŽģāŽ°ā­‡, āŽĶā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū, āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­
āŽļāŽūāŽđāŽūāŽŊā­ā­Ÿ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ, āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽŊāŽĻā­āŽĪā­āŽ°āŽĢāŽū āŽ­ā­‹āŽ—ā­āŽ›āŽŋ; āŽāŽđāŽū āŽœāŽūāŽĢāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­
understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū, āŽ­ā­‡āŽŸāŽ° āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū āŽŽāŽŋāŽķā­ defut āŽūāŽļ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­
understanding āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū, āŽĶā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū,
āŽĶā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸāŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽ™ā­āŽ•ā­ āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋāŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽĨāŽŋāŽēāŽū, āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽĶā­ suffering āŽ–āŽ•ā­ āŽ§ā­ā­ąāŽ‚āŽļ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽļāŽ•ā­āŽ·āŽŪ
āŽđā­āŽ; āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ– āŽļā­‡āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽ™ā­āŽ• āŽ†āŽĄāŽ•ā­ āŽŽāŽŋāŽšā­āŽ›āŽŋāŽĻā­āŽĻ āŽđā­‹āŽ‡ āŽ–ā­‹āŽēāŽŋāŽĶ, āŽ­ā­āŽ•āŽđā­āŽļā­ āŽļāŽ‚āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡
āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļā­‡āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽ™ā­āŽ•ā­ āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋāŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽŠāŽūāŽ°ā­āŽŽāŽĪā­ā­Ÿ āŽŽā­
understanding āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽĶā­ ernown āŽūāŽ°āŽū āŽļāŽ‚āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚
āŽļā­‡āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽ™ā­āŽ•ā­ āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋāŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ, āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽŊāŽĻā­āŽĪā­āŽ°āŽĢāŽū āŽ­ā­‹āŽ—ā­āŽ›āŽŋ; āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽŽāŽĶāŽģāŽūāŽ‡ āŽŽāŽĻā­āŽĶā­€ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚
āŽŪāŽŋāŽĨā­āŽ•āŽļā­, āŽ­ā­āŽ•ā­āŽ•āŽĻā­āŽ§ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋāŽŠāŽūāŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū
āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding
āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋāŽēāŽū, āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽŊāŽĻā­āŽĪā­āŽ°āŽĢāŽū āŽ­ā­‹āŽ—ā­āŽ›āŽŋ |



83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ,
āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЇ āĻļāĻžāЁāĐąāĻ§ āĻ•āĻ°āЋ āĻļāĻžāЁāĐąāĻ§ āĻ•āĻ°āЋ - āĻļāĻĶāЀāĻĩāЀ āĻ…āĻĻāĐ°āĻĶ āĻēāĻˆ āĻŪāĻūāĻ°āĻ—

āĻŊāĻūāĻĶ āĻ°āĐąāĻ–āЋ āĻĪāЈāĻ°āĻūāĻ•āЀ āĻ•āĻ°āЋ

āĻ­āЁāĐąāĻ– āĻđāЈ āĻļāĻ­ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻ­āЈāМāЀ āĻŽāĻŋāĻŪāĻūāĻ°āЀ āĻĻāЇ āĻ•āĻŋāĻđāĻū āĻ•āĻŋ āĻ‡āĻ•
āĻŽāĻ°āЌāĻ•āĻēāЀ, āĻŪāĻŋāĻ°āĻš, āĻ–āЀāĻ°āЇ, āĻŽāĻ°āĻĪāĻĻ āĻĩāĻŋāĻš āĻŽāЀāĻĻāĻœāĻž āĻĩāĻ§āĻūāĻ“.

āĻļāЁāĻœāĻĪāĻū āĻĶāĻū āĻ–āМāĻū āĻ–āЁāĻ†āĻ‰āĻ‚āĻĶāĻū āĻ°āĻŋāĻđāĻū, āĻ…āĻļāĻžāЋāĻ•āĻū āĻĻāЇ āĻŠāЂāĻ°āЀ āĻĶāЁāĻĻāЀāĻ†āĻ‚ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻŠāЁāĻēāĻūāМ āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš āĻŦāĻē āĻŠāЈāĻĶāĻū āĻ•āЀāĻĪāЇ .āĻŪāĻŊāĻūāĻĩāĻūāĻĪāЀ āĻ‡āĻđ āĻĻāĻŋāĻŊāĻŪ āĻšāĻūāĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ.

āĻĄāĻū: āĻŽāЀ.āĻ†āĻ°.āĻŪāĻŽāĻĄāĻ•āĻ° āĻ—āĻ°āĻœāĻĄ āĻĻāЇ “āĻŪāЁāĐąāĻ– āĻ­āĻ°āĻĪ āĻŽāЇāĻĄāĻđāĻŪāĻū āĻ•āĻ°āЂāĐ°āĻ—āĻū” (āĻŪāЈāĻ‚ āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĶāЇāĻļāĻž āĻĶāЀ āĻŽāЁāĐąāĻ§ āĻ•āĻ°āĻūāĻ‚āĻ—āĻū)

āĻļāĻūāĻ°āЀāĻ†āĻ‚ āĻ†āĻĶāĻŋāĻĩāĻūāĻļāЀ āĻœāĻūāĻ—āĻ°āЂāĻ• āĻļāЁāĻļāĻūāĻ‡āĻŸāЀāĻ†āĻ‚ āĻĨāĻŽāĻ°āĻĶāĻū āĻ•āĻ°āĻĶāЀāĻ†āĻ‚ āĻļāĻĻ (āĻ…āĻļāЀāĻ‚ āĻŠāЂāĻ°āĻū āĻĩāĻŋāĻļāĻžāĻĩ āĻŠāЍāĻ°āĻŽāЂāĻĶāĻū āĻŦāĻūāĐąāĻŠāĻĻ āĻŽāĻĢāĻūāĻĩāĻūāĻ‚āĻ—āЇ


āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ
āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢ āĻ•āЇ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЀ āĻĪāĻ°āЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻœāĻūāĻĢ āĻ•āЇ āĻļāĻŪāĻāĻĶāĻūāĻ° āĻ°āЂāĻŠ, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āĻļ, āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĩāĐąāĻē āĻđāЁāĻļāĻžāĻĪāЇ
āĻĶāЇ āĻĻāĻūāĻē, āĻ•āЋāĻˆ āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ–āĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĻāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻ āĻĶāЇ āĻŊāЋāĻ— āĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ; āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢ āĻ•āЇ
āĻŪāĻđāĻŋāĻļāЂāĻļ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻŠāЂāĻ°āЀ āĻĪāĻ°āЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāĻŪāĻāЀ āĻ­āĻūāĻĩāĻĻāĻū, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āЁāĻļāĻĪ, āĻ­āĻŋāĻ•āĻļāĻĪāĻū āĻĻāĻūāĻē āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ— āĻ•āЇ,
āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ–āĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĻāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻ āĻĶāЇ āĻŊāЋāĻ— āĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ; āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢ āĻ•āЇ āĻļāĻŪāĻāĻĶāĻūāĻ° āĻ§āĻūāĻ°āĻĻāĻū,
āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ•āЀāĻļ, āĻ­āĻŋāĻ•āЁāĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ— āĻ•āЇ, āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻ–āĻĪāĻŪ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻ āĻĶāЇ āĻŊāЋāĻ— āĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ; āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ
āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢ āĻ•āЇ āĻ‰āĻļāĻūāĻ°āЀ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻ§āЋāĻ–āЇāĻŽāĻūāĻœāĻžāĻūāĻ‚, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āĻĪāЇ, āĻ­āЁāĐąāĻ–āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻļāĻŪāĻ āĻ•āЇ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻ‰āĻĻāЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚
āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻ›āĐąāĻĄ āĻ•āЇ āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ–āĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĻāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻ•āĻ° āĻĶāЇ āĻļāĻ•āĻĶāЇ āĻđāĻĻ; āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢ āĻ•āЇ āĻšāЇāĻĪāĻĻāĻū,
āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āЀāĻ–āЁāĻœ, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āЀ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻŠāЂāĻ°āЀ āĻĪāĻ°āЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāĻŪāĻ āĻ•āЇ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ— āĻ•āЇ, āĻ•āЋāĻˆ āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ–āĻūāĻ‚
āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĻāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻ•āĻ° āĻĶāЇ āĻļāĻ•āЇ.




87) Classical Sanskrit āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ
āĪĄāĨ‹ āĪ™āĨ‹āĪ“āĪĶāĨ PāĪ‰āĪ°āĪŋfāĪŊāĨ āĪ‚āĪ‡āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ - PāĪ…āĪĨāĨ āĪĪāĨ‹ EāĪĪāĨ‡āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĪēāĨ BāĪēāĪŋāĪļāĨāĪļāĨ

āĪĄāĨ‹ āĪ‚āĪ‡āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨfāĪ‰āĪēāĨ āĪ·āĨwāĪ‡āĪŪāĨāĪŪāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ

āĪƒāĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ‡āĪ°āĨ āĪ‡āĪļāĨ āĪĨāĨ‡ wāĪ“āĪ°āĨāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨ āĪ•āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ āĪ“f āĪ‡āĪēāĨāĪēāĨāĪĻāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪļāĨ āĪļāĨˆāĪĶāĨ āĪ†wāĪ…āĪ•āĨ‡āĪĻāĨ‡āĪĶāĨ OāĪĻāĨ‡
āĪ™āĨāĪ°āĨ‹w BāĪ°āĨ‹āĪšāĨāĪšāĨ‹āĪēāĪŋ, āĪŠāĨ‡āĪŠāĨāĪŠāĨ‡āĪ°āĨ,āĪšāĨāĪšāĨāĪŪāĨāĪŽāĨ‡āĪ°āĨ,BāĪāĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨ āĪ‡āĪĻāĨ PāĪ“āĪĪāĨāĪļāĨ.

āĪ·āĨāĪœāĪĪ fāĪāĪĶāĨ BāĪ‰āĪĶāĨāĪ§, āĪ†āĪļāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪ• āĪŠāĨāĪēāĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨ‡āĪĶāĨ fāĪ°āĨāĪ‡āĪĪāĨ āĪŽāĨ‡āĪ…āĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ‡āĪāĪļāĨ āĪ…āĪēāĨāĪēāĨ āĪ“āĪĩāĨ‡āĪ°āĨ āĪĨāĨ‡ wāĪ“āĪ°āĨāĪēāĨāĪĶāĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ āĪ‡āĪĻāĨ āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪšāĨ‡.āĪ‚āĪ…āĪŊwāĪ…āĪĪāĪŋ wāĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪļāĨ āĪĨāĪĪāĨ āĪ°āĨāĪēāĨ‡.

āĪĄāĨāĪ°āĨ B.āĪ‹.āĪ†āĪŪāĨāĪŽāĨ‡āĪĶāĨāĪ•āĪ°āĨ āĪĨāĨāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‡āĪ°āĨ‡āĪĶāĨ “āĪ‚āĪāĪĻāĨ BāĪđāĪ°āĪĪāĨ BāĪ”āĪ§āĨāĪŪāĪŊāĨ āĪ•āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨāĪ—.” (āĪˆ wāĪ‡āĪēāĨāĪēāĨ āĪŪāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪĨāĪŋāĪļāĨ āĪšāĨ‹āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨāĪŊāĨ BāĪ‰āĪĶāĨāĪ§āĪŋāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨ)

āĪ†āĪēāĨāĪēāĨ
āĪ†āĪŽāĨ‹āĪ°āĪŋāĪ—āĪŋāĪĻāĪēāĨ  āĪ†wāĪ…āĪ•āĨ‡āĪĻāĨ‡āĪĶāĨ āĪ·āĨ‹āĪšāĪŋāĪāĪĪāĪŋāĪāĪļāĨ āĪ āĨāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‡āĪ°āĨ ” āĪƒāĪ‰āĪŪāĨ PāĪ°āĪŠāĪĻāĨāĪšāĨāĪđāĨ PāĪ°āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§
PāĪ°āĪŠāĪĻāĨāĪšāĨāĪđāĨāĪŪāĪŊāĨ āĪ•āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ‡.” (WāĪ wāĪ‡āĪēāĨāĪēāĨ āĪŪāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪĨāĨ‡ wāĪđāĨ‹āĪēāĨ‡ wāĪ“āĪ°āĨāĪēāĨāĪĶāĨ PāĪ°āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§
PāĪ°āĪŠāĪĻāĨāĪšāĨāĪđāĨ

BāĪŊāĨ
āĪĶāĪŋāĪ°āĨ‡āĪšāĨāĪĪāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ•āĨāĪĻāĨ‹wāĪ‡āĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ fāĪ‰āĪēāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‡āĪ°āĨāĪļāĨāĪĪāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ FāĪ“āĪ°āĨāĪŪāĨ,
āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĨāĪļāĨ, āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ—āĨ‡āĪĪāĨāĪĪāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪĶāĪŋāĪļāĨāĪŠāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪ“āĪĻāĪĪāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹wāĪ…āĪ°āĨāĪĶāĨāĪļāĨ āĪ‡āĪĪāĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ
āĪ…āĪŽāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‹āĪĻāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ‡āĪĪāĨ, āĪ“āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ‡āĪļāĨ āĪ…āĪŽāĨāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪŊāĨ āĪļāĨffāĪāĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ; āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ
āĪĶāĪŋāĪ°āĨ‡āĪšāĨāĪĪāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ•āĨāĪĻāĨ‹wāĪ‡āĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ fāĪ‰āĪēāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‡āĪ°āĨāĪļāĨāĪĪāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ FāĪāĪāĪēāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ,
āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĨāĪļāĨ, āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ—āĨ‡āĪĪāĨāĪĪāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪĶāĪŋāĪļāĨāĪŠāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪ“āĪĻāĪĪāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹wāĪ…āĪ°āĨāĪĶāĨāĪļāĨ āĪ‡āĪĪāĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ
āĪ…āĪŽāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‹āĪĻāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ‡āĪĪāĨ, āĪ“āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ‡āĪļāĨ āĪ…āĪŽāĨāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪŊāĨ āĪļāĨffāĪāĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ; āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ
āĪĶāĪŋāĪ°āĨ‡āĪšāĨāĪĪāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ•āĨāĪĻāĨ‹wāĪ‡āĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ fāĪ‰āĪēāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‡āĪ°āĨāĪļāĨāĪĪāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ PāĪāĪ°āĨāĪšāĨ‡āĪŠāĨāĪĪāĪŋāĪ“āĪĻāĨ,
āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĨāĪļāĨ, āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ—āĨ‡āĪĪāĨāĪĪāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪĶāĪŋāĪļāĨāĪŠāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪ“āĪĻāĪĪāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹wāĪ…āĪ°āĨāĪĶāĨāĪļāĨ āĪ‡āĪĪāĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ
āĪ…āĪŽāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‹āĪĻāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ‡āĪĪāĨ, āĪ“āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ‡āĪļāĨ āĪ…āĪŽāĨāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪŊāĨ āĪļāĨffāĪāĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ; āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ
āĪĶāĪŋāĪ°āĨ‡āĪšāĨāĪĪāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ•āĨāĪĻāĨ‹wāĪ‡āĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ fāĪ‰āĪēāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‡āĪ°āĨāĪļāĨāĪĪāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ
āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨāĪšāĨāĪĪāĪŋāĪ“āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĨāĪļāĨ, āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ—āĨ‡āĪĪāĨāĪĪāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪĶāĪŋāĪļāĨāĪŠāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪ“āĪĻāĪĪāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹wāĪ…āĪ°āĨāĪĶāĨāĪļāĨ
āĪĨāĨ‡āĪŪāĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ āĪ…āĪŽāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‹āĪĻāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪĨāĨ‡āĪŪāĨ, āĪ“āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ‡āĪļāĨ āĪ…āĪŽāĨāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪŊāĨ āĪļāĨffāĪāĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ;
āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪĶāĪŋāĪ°āĨ‡āĪšāĨāĪĪāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ•āĨāĪĻāĨ‹wāĪ‡āĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ fāĪ‰āĪēāĨāĪēāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‡āĪ°āĨāĪļāĨāĪĪāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ
āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪšāĪŋāĪ“āĪ‰āĪļāĨāĪĻāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪļāĨ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĨāĪļāĨ, āĪŽāĨāĪŊāĨ āĪ—āĨ‡āĪĪāĨāĪĪāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪĶāĪŋāĪļāĨāĪŠāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪ“āĪĻāĪĪāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹wāĪ…āĪ°āĨāĪĶāĨāĪļāĨ
āĪ‡āĪĪāĨ āĪ…āĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ āĪ…āĪŽāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĨ‹āĪĻāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ āĪ‡āĪĪāĨ, āĪ“āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ‡āĪļāĨ āĪ…āĪŽāĨāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹āĪŊāĨ āĪļāĨffāĪāĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ—āĨ.


92) Classical Sindhi,
ØŊŲ…اؚ ÚĐŲŠ ØģŲšŲˆ ØŦاØĻØŠ ÚŠŲŠŲˆ

Ø°Ų‡Ų† Ûū ØŠØąÚŧ

ØĻÚĐ Ų‡ÚŠ ØĻØŊØŠØąŲŠŲ† Ų‚ØģŲ… ØŽŲˆ ØĻŲŠŲ…Ø§Øą ØĒŲ‡ŲŠ Ų‡ÚŠ ÚĐŲŠ ؎اÚģاŲŠŲˆ
ØĻØąŲˆÚŠŲˆŲ„ŲŠØŒ Ų…ØąÚ†ØŒ ڊڊڙ، ڊڊڙ، ØĻØąØŠŲ† Ûū.

ØģŲˆØŽŲŠØŠØ§ ÚĐŲŠ ÚĐØ§ØąÚŠØ§ ÚĐØ§ØąÚŠØ§ØŒ اØģÚŠŲˆØ§ ÚĐŲŠ Øģ all ŲŠ ØŊŲ†ŲŠØ§ Ûū Ų…ŲŠŲˆŲˆ ØĻŲŠØĶØąŲ†ÚŊ ŲˆÚŧ ŲūŲˆÚĐŲŠŲˆ Û― ØŪŲ„ا Ûū.

ڊاڊŲ―Øą ØĻŲŠ .اŲ… ØĻŲŠŲ†ÚŠÚŠØą “Ų…ŲŠŲ† ØĻØąØ·Ø§Ų†ŲˆŲŠ ØĻØŠŲŠ ÚŠØ§ØąŲ†ÚŊا.” (Ų…اŲ† Ų‡Ų† Ų…Ų„ÚŠ ØŽŲŠ ŲŧڌŲ…ØŠ ÚĐŲŠ ŲšØ§Ų‡ŲŠŲ†ØŊØģ)

Øģڀ اØĩŲ„ŲŠ ØŪØģØ§ØąŲŠ Ų…ØđŲ‚ŲˆŲ„ Ų…ØđØēØē “Ų‡Ų…ØąØ§Ú†ŲŠ ŲūØąØ§Ú†Ų‡ ŲūØąØĻØīŲ‡ ÚŠØ§ØąŲˆŲ†ØŽ.” (اØģاŲ† Øģ world ŲŠ ØŊŲ†ŲŠØ§ ÚĐŲŠ ŲūØąØĻÚūŲ‡ ŲūØąŲŠŲ†Ú† ŲšØ§Ų‡ŲŠŲ†ØŊاØģŲŠŲ†



ØģڌŲˆ
Ø·ŲˆØą ØŠŲŠ Û― Ų…ÚŠŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ØŠŲŠ اÚŧÚŧ، ڀŲŠÚŠØ§ÚŠØģ، اŲ† ØŽŲŠ Ø·ØąŲ ÚŠØąÚŧ Û― اŲ† ÚĐŲŠ ڇڏŲŠ ڏŲŠÚŧ ØģاŲ†ØŒ Ų‡ÚŠ
ÚĐŲŠ ØŠØĻاŲ‡Ų‡ ÚŠØąÚŧ ØŽŲŠ Ų‚اØĻŲ„ ØĒŲ‡ŲŠ. ØģڌŲŠ Ø·ØąØ­ knowing اÚŧÚŧ Û― Ų…ÚŠŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ØŠŲŠ ØģŲ…ØŽÚūÚŧ ŲˆØ§ØąŲŠ
Ų…Ø­ØģŲˆØģ ÚŠŲ†ØŊŲŠØŒ ڀŲŠÚŠŲ„اŲˆØģ، اŲ† ÚĐŲŠ ڇڏŲŠ ڏŲŠÚŧ ØģاŲ†ØŒ Ų‡ÚŠ اŲ† ÚĐŲŠ ڇڏŲŠ ڏŲŠÚŧ، Ų‡ÚŠ ÚĐŲŠ ØŠØĻاŲ‡Ų‡
ÚŠØąÚŧ ØŽŲŠ Ų‚اØĻŲ„ ØĒŲ‡ŲŠ. ØģڌŲŠ Ø·ØąØ­ knowing اÚŧÚŧ Û― Ų…ÚŠŲ…Ų„ ØģŲ…ØŽÚūÚŧ ŲˆØ§ØąŲŠ ØĩŲˆØąØŠØ­Ø§Ų„ØŒ ڀŲŠÚŠŲ„
ØģŲ…ØŽÚūÚŧ، اŲ† ÚĐŲŠ ڇڏŲŠ ڏŲŠÚŧ ØģاŲ†ØŒ اŲ† ÚĐŲŠ ڇڏÚŧ ØģاŲ†ØŒ Ų‡ÚŠ ÚĐŲŠ ØŠØĻاŲ‡Ų‡ ÚŠØąÚŧ ØŽŲŠ Ų‚اØĻŲ„ ØĒŲ‡ŲŠ.
ØģڌŲŠ Ø·ØąØ­ knowing اÚŧÚŧ Û― Ų…ÚŠŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ØŠŲŠ ØŠØģŲ„ŲŠŲ… ÚŠØąÚŧ Û― Ų…ÚŠŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ØŠŲŠ ØģŲ…ØŽÚūÚŧ، اŲ†Ų‡Ų† ØŽŲŠ
Ų…ŲŋاŲ† ØŽŲˆØ§ØĻ ڏŲŠÚŧ Û― اŲ†Ų‡Ų† ÚĐŲŠ ڇڏŲŠ ڏŲŠÚŧ ØģاŲ†ØŒ Ų‡ÚŠ Ų…ØĩŲŠØĻØŠ ÚĐŲŠ ØŠØĻاŲ‡Ų‡ ÚŠØąÚŧ ØŽŲŠ Ų‚اØĻŲ„ ØĒŲ‡ŲŠ.
ØģڌŲˆ ØģŲ†ØĶŲˆŲ† knowing اÚŧÚŧ Û― Ų…ÚŠŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ØŠŲŠ ØīØđŲˆØąØŒ ØĻŲŠ ØđŲ‚Ų„ ÚĐŲŠ ØģŲ…ØŽŲ‡Úŧ Û― اŲ† ÚĐŲŠ ڇڏŲŠ
ڏŲŠÚŧ ØģاŲ†ØŒ Ų‡ÚŠ ÚĐŲŠ ØŪØŠŲ… ÚŠØąÚŧ ØŽŲŠ Ų‚اØĻŲ„ ØĒŲ‡ŲŠ.



102) Classical Tamil-āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŪŪāŊāŪŠāŪ°āŪŋāŪŊ āŪ‡āŪšāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŪāŪŋāŪīāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŪāŊāŪŪāŊŠāŪīāŪŋ,
āŪĻāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪŊ
āŪŠāŊ‡āŪ°āŪŋāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪŪāŊ āŪĩāŪīāŪŋ - āŪĻāŪēāŊāŪē āŪšāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪ•āŪ°āŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪŸ āŪŪāŊˆāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊ

āŪ•āŪĩāŪĐāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪĻāŊ€āŪšāŊāŪšāŪēāŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊ

āŪŠāŪšāŪŋ āŪ‰āŪģāŊāŪģāŪĪāŊ āŪĻāŊ‡āŪūāŪŊāŊ āŪŪāŊ‡āŪūāŪšāŪŪāŪūāŪĐ āŪĩāŪ•āŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪĐ āŪĩāŪŋāŪīāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ†āŪīāŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪ’āŪ°āŊāŪĩāŪ°āŊ āŪšāŊ†āŪūāŪĐāŊāŪĐāŪūāŪ°āŊ
āŪŠāŪūāŪĐāŊˆāŪ•āŪģāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪ°āŊ‡āŪūāŪ•āŊāŪ•āŊ‡āŪūāŪēāŪŋ, āŪŪāŪŋāŪģāŪ•āŊ, āŪĩāŊ†āŪģāŊāŪģāŪ°āŪŋ, āŪŠāŊ€āŪĐāŊāŪļāŊ āŪĩāŪģāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊ.

āŪšāŊāŪœāŪūāŪĪāŪū āŪ•āŊ†āŪūāŪīāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪ°āŊ, āŪ…āŪšāŊ‡āŪūāŪ•āŪ°āŊ āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ space.Mayawati
āŪŽāŪĐāŊāŪąāŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪĪāŪŋ āŪĩāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŊāŪŠāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŊ‡āŪūāŪŪāŊ.āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪŠāŪīāŪŪāŊ āŪĪāŪūāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪŋ āŪŪāŪ°āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĻāŪŸāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪŸāŊāŪ•āŪŋāŪąāŪĪāŊ.

āŪŸāŪūāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪ°āŊ B.R.Ambedkar āŪ•āŊāŪŪāŊāŪąāŪŋ “āŪŪāŊ†āŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŊ āŪŠāŪūāŪ°āŪĪāŊ Baudhmay karunga.” (āŪĻāŪūāŪĐāŊ āŪ‡āŪĻāŊāŪĪ
āŪĻāŪūāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪēāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪ āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ)

āŪ…āŪĐāŊˆāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ āŪŠāŪīāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪŋāŪĐāŪ°āŊ āŪĩāŪŋāŪīāŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ†āŪīāŊāŪĻāŊāŪĪ āŪšāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊ āŪĪāŪĢāŊāŪŸāŪ°āŊ “āŪđāŪŪāŊ Prapanch
Prabuddha Prapanchmay karunge.” (āŪĻāŪūāŪŪāŊ āŪ‰āŪēāŪ•āŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŊāŪŪāŊ Prabuddha Prapanch
āŪšāŊ†āŪŊāŊāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ

āŪĻāŊ‡āŪ°āŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ•
āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪđāŪļāŊ, āŪ…āŪĪāŊˆ
āŪĻāŊ‹āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŊˆāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ…āŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•
āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ; āŪĻāŊ‡āŪ°āŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ
āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪđāŪļāŊ, āŪ…āŪĪāŊˆ āŪĻāŊ‹āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ āŪ•āŊˆāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪ’āŪ°āŊ
āŪĪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ…āŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ; āŪĻāŊ‡āŪ°āŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ•
āŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪđāŪļāŊ, āŪ…āŪĪāŊˆ āŪĻāŊ‹āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋ āŪŠāŪŋāŪ°āŪŋāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊ†āŪŸāŊāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŪēāŊ āŪŪāŪąāŊāŪąāŊāŪŪāŊ
āŪ•āŊˆāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪ’āŪ°āŊ āŪĪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ…āŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ; āŪĻāŊ‡āŪ°āŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ•
āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪĻāŪŋāŪ°āŊāŪŪāŪūāŪĢāŪ™āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪŪāŊāŪīāŊāŪŪāŊˆāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ,
āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪđāŊāŪļāŊ, āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪĻāŊ‹āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋ āŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪĩāŪŋāŪŠāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ āŪ…āŪĩāŪ°āŊāŪ•āŪģāŊˆ āŪ•āŊˆāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ, āŪĪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ
āŪ…āŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ• āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ; āŪĻāŊ‡āŪ°āŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŪūāŪ• āŪĪāŊ†āŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ āŪĻāŪĐāŪĩāŊˆāŪŠāŊ āŪŠāŊāŪ°āŪŋāŪĻāŊāŪĪāŊāŪ•āŊŠāŪģāŊāŪĩāŪĪāŪĐāŊ
āŪŪāŊ‚āŪēāŪŪāŊ, āŪŠāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪđāŪļāŊ, āŪ…āŪĪāŊˆ āŪĻāŊ‹āŪ•āŊāŪ•āŪŋ āŪĩāŪŋāŪēāŪ•āŪŋ, āŪ…āŪĪāŊˆ āŪ•āŊˆāŪĩāŪŋāŪŸāŊāŪŸāŊ, āŪĪāŊāŪĐāŊāŪŠāŪĪāŊāŪĪāŊˆ āŪ…āŪīāŪŋāŪ•āŊāŪ•
āŪŪāŊāŪŸāŪŋāŪŊāŊāŪŪāŊ.





104) Classical Telugu- ā°•āąā°ēā°ūā°ļā°ŋā°•ā°ēāą ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°—āą,
ā°Ūā°‚ā°šā°ŋ
ā°Ūā°Ļā°ļāąā°ļāąā°Ļāą ā°ķāąā°Ķāąā°§ā°ŋ ā°šāą‡ā°Ŋā°‚ā°Ąā°ŋ - ā°ķā°ūā°ķāąā°ĩā°Īā°Ūāąˆā°Ļ ā°†ā°Ļā°‚ā°Ķā°ūā°Ļā°ŋā°•ā°ŋ ā°Ūā°ūā°°āąā°—ā°‚

ā°Ūā°Ļā°ļāąā°ļāą ā°ļāąā°ĩā°ŋā°Ūāąā°Ūā°ŋā°‚ā°—āą ā°šāą‡ā°Ŋā°‚ā°Ąā°ŋ

ā°†ā°•ā°ēā°ŋ ā°…ā°Ļā°ūā°°āą‹ā°—āąā°Ŋā°‚ ā°ŊāąŠā°•āąā°• ā°šāą†ā°Īāąā°Ī ā°°ā°•ā°‚ ā°’ā°• ā°œā°ūā°—āąƒā°Īā°‚ ā°’ā°• ā°…ā°Ļāąā°Ļā°ūā°°āą
ā°Žāąā°°āą‹ā°•ā°ēāą€, ā°Ūā°ŋā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋā°ūā°ēāą, ā°Ķāą‹ā°ļā°•ā°ūā°Ŋ, ā°•āąā°‚ā°Ąā°ēā°ēāą‹ ā°Žāą€ā°Ļāąā°ļāą ā°Šāą†ā°°āąā°—āąā°Īā°ūā°Ŋā°ŋ.

ā°ļāąā°œā°ūā°Īā°ū ā°Ŧāą†ā°Ąāą ā°Žāąā°Ķāąā°§āąā°Ąāą, ā°…ā°ķāą‹ā°• ā°Šāąā°°ā°Šā°‚ā°šā°ĩāąā°Ŋā°ūā°Šāąā°Īā°‚ā°—ā°ū ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°…ā°‚ā°Īā°°ā°ŋā°•āąā°·ā°‚ā°ēāą‹ ā°Šā°‚ā°Ąāąā°ēā°Ļāą
ā°•ā°Ķā°ŋā°ēā°ŋā°‚ā°Ķā°ŋ.

ā°Ąā°ūā°•āąā°Ÿā°°āą b.r.rbedkar “ā°Šāąā°°ā°§ā°ūā°Ļ ā°­ā°ūā°°ā°Īāą ā°Žā°ūā°Ļā°Ūāą ā°•ā°°ā°‚ā°—ā°ū.” (ā°Ļāą‡ā°Ļāą ā°ˆ ā°Ķāą‡ā°ķā°‚ ā°ŽāąŒā°Ķāąā°§āąā°Ąā°ŋā°Ļā°ŋ
ā°šāą‡ā°ļāąā°Īā°ūā°Ļāą)

ā°…ā°Ļāąā°Ļā°ŋ ā°…ā°Žāąā°’ā°°ā°ŋā°œā°ŋā°Ļā°ēāą ā°œā°ūā°—āąƒā°Īā°‚ ā°ļā°‚ā°˜ā°ūā°ēāą ā°Ĩā°‚ā°Ąā°°āą “ā°đā°Ūāą ā°Šāąā°°ā°ūā°Šāąā°šāąā°šāą ā°Šāąā°°ā°Žāąā°Ķāąā°Ķā°ū
ā°Šāąā°°ā°Šā°ūā°‚ā°šāąā°Ūāą‡ ā°•ā°°āąā°Ļāą‡ā°œāą.” (ā°Ūāą‡ā°Ūāą ā°ŪāąŠā°Īāąā°Īā°‚ ā°Šāąā°°ā°Šā°‚ā°šā°‚ ā°Šāąā°°ā°Žā°Ķāąā°Ķā°ū ā°Šāąā°°ā°ūā°Šā°Ļāąā°šāą ā°šāą‡ā°ļāąā°Īā°ūā°Ūāą

ā°Ļāą‡ā°°āąā°—ā°ū
ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°ļāąā°•āą‹ā°ĩā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°Šāą‚ā°°āąā°Īā°ŋā°—ā°ū ā°…ā°ĩā°—ā°ūā°đā°Ļ ā°°āą‚ā°Šā°‚, ā°­ā°ŋā°•āąā°đā°ļāą, ā°Ķā°ūā°Ļā°ŋ ā°ĩāąˆā°Šāąā°Ļ ā°ĩā°ŋā°­āąā°°ā°ūā°‚ā°Īā°ŋā°Ļā°ŋ
ā°ŠāąŠā°‚ā°Ķā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ķāąā°ĩā°ūā°°ā°ū ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°Ķā°ūā°Ļā°ŋā°Ļā°ŋ ā°ĩā°ŋā°Ąā°ŋā°šā°ŋā°Šāą†ā°Ÿāąā°Ÿā°ŋ, ā°’ā°• ā°Žā°ūā°§ā°Ļāą ā°Ļā°ūā°ķā°Ļā°‚ ā°šāą‡ā°Ŋā°—ā°ēā°Ķāą; ā°Ļāą‡ā°°āąā°—ā°ū
ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°ļāąā°•āą‹ā°ĩā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°Šāą‚ā°°āąā°Īā°ŋā°—ā°ū ā°…ā°ĩā°—ā°ūā°đā°Ļ ā°…ā°Ļāąā°­āą‚ā°Īā°ŋ, ā°­ā°ŋā°•āąā°đā°ļāą, ā°Ķā°ūā°Ļā°ŋ ā°ĩāąˆā°Šāąā°Ļ ā°ĩā°ŋā°­ā°œā°Ļ
ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°…ā°Ķā°ŋ ā°ĩā°Ķā°ŋā°ēā°ŋā°ĩāą‡ā°Ŋā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ķāąā°ĩā°ūā°°ā°ū, ā°’ā°• ā°Žā°ūā°§ ā°Ļā°ūā°ķā°Ļā°‚ ā°šāą‡ā°Ŋā°—ā°ēā°°āą; ā°Ļāą‡ā°°āąā°—ā°ū ā°Īāą†ā°ēā°ŋā°Ŋā°šāą‡ā°ļāąā°Īāą‚
ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°Šāą‚ā°°āąā°Īā°ŋā°—ā°ū ā°…ā°ĩā°—ā°ūā°đā°Ļ, ā°­ā°ŋā°•āąā°đā°ļāą, ā°Ķā°ūā°Ļā°ŋ ā°ĩāąˆā°Šāąā°Ļ ā°ĩā°ŋā°­āąā°°ā°ūā°‚ā°Īā°ŋā°Ļā°ŋ ā°ŠāąŠā°‚ā°Ķā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ķāąā°ĩā°ūā°°ā°ū,
ā°Ķā°ūā°Ļā°ŋā°Ļā°ŋ ā°ĩā°ŋā°Ąā°ŋā°šā°ŋā°Šāą†ā°Ÿāąā°Ÿā°ŋ, ā°Žā°ūā°§ā°Ļāą ā°Ļā°ūā°ķā°Ļā°‚ ā°šāą‡ā°Ŋā°—ā°ēā°Ķāą; ā°Ļāą‡ā°°āąā°—ā°ū ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°ļāąā°•āą‹ā°ĩā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą
ā°Šāą‚ā°°āąā°Īā°ŋā°—ā°ū ā°…ā°ĩā°—ā°ūā°đā°Ļ ā°•ā°Ļāąā°ļāąā°Ÿāąā°°ā°•āąā°·ā°Ļāąā°ēāą, ā°­ā°ŋā°•āąā°•ā°ļāą, ā°ĩā°ūā°Ÿā°ŋā°Ļā°ŋ ā°Šā°•āąā°•ā°Šā°•āąā°•ā°Ļāą‡ ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°ĩā°ūā°Ÿā°ŋā°Ļā°ŋ
ā°ĩā°ŋā°Ąā°ŋā°šā°ŋā°Šāą†ā°Ÿāąā°Ÿā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ķāąā°ĩā°ūā°°ā°ū, ā°’ā°• ā°Žā°ūā°§ā°Ļāą ā°Ļā°ūā°ķā°Ļā°‚ ā°šāą‡ā°Ŋā°—ā°ēā°Ķāą; ā°Ļāą‡ā°°āąā°—ā°ū ā°Īāą†ā°ēāąā°ļāąā°•āą‹ā°ĩā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą
ā°ļāąā°Šāąƒā°đ ā°…ā°ĩā°—ā°ūā°đā°Ļ ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°Šāą‚ā°°āąā°Īā°ŋā°—ā°ū ā°…ā°ĩā°—ā°ūā°đā°Ļ, ā°­ā°ŋā°–ā°ļāą, ā°…ā°Ķā°ŋ ā°ĩāąˆā°Šāąā°—ā°ū ā°ĩā°ŋā°­ā°œā°Ļ ā°Ūā°°ā°ŋā°Ŋāą ā°…ā°Ķā°ŋ
ā°ĩā°Ķā°ŋā°ēā°ŋā°ĩāą‡ā°Ŋā°Ąā°‚ ā°Ķāąā°ĩā°ūā°°ā°ū, ā°’ā°• ā°Žā°ūā°§ ā°Ļā°ūā°ķā°Ļā°‚ ā°šāą‡ā°Ŋā°—ā°ēā°°āą.



109) Classical Urdu- ÚĐŲ„اØģیÚĐی Ø§ØąØŊŲˆ
اچÚūا ØĩاŲ ÚĐØąŲˆ ØŊŲ…اؚ - اØĻØŊی ØĻŲ„Øģ ÚĐا ØąØ§Øģ؊ہ

ØŊŲ…اؚی ØģŲˆØĶŲ…Ų†ÚŊ ÚĐØąŲˆ

ØĻÚūŲˆÚĐ ØĻØŊØŠØąÛŒŲ† Ų‚ØģŲ… ÚĐی ØĻیŲ…Ø§ØąÛŒ ہے ØŽØģ Ų†Û’ ØĻیØŊØ§ØąÛŒ ایÚĐ
ØĻØąŲˆÚĐŲˆŲ„ی، Ų…ØąÚ†ØŒ ÚĐÚĐڑی، ØĻØąØŠŲ† Ų…یښ ŲūÚūŲ„یاښ ØĻڑÚūاØĶیښ.

ØģŲˆØŽÛŒŲđا Ų†Û’ ØĻÚūŲˆÚĐ ØĻÚūŲˆØŒ ØĒØīŲˆÚĐا Ų†Û’ ØŊŲ†ÛŒØ§ ØĻÚūØą Ų…یښ اŲˆØą ØŪŲ„ا Ų…یښ ŲūÚūŲ„ ØĻیØĶØąŲ†ÚŊ ÚĐے ØŊØąØŪØŠ Ų„ÚŊاØĶے اŲˆØą ØŪŲ„ا Ų…یښ.

ڈاÚĐŲđØą ØĻی.ØąØ§Ų…Ų…ØĻیڈÚĐØą Ų†Û’ ÚĐہا ÚĐہ “اہŲ… ØĻÚūØ§ØąØŠÛŒ ØĻاØĪہہ ÚĐØąŲˆŲ†Ø§.” (Ų…یښ یہ Ų…Ų„ÚĐ ØĻØŊÚū Ų…ØŠ ØĻŲ†Ø§ØĪÚš ÚŊا)

ØŠŲ…اŲ… اØĻÚūØąØŠÛŒ ہŲˆØĶی ØĻیØŊØ§ØąÛŒ Ų…ØđاØīØąÛ’ ØŠÚūŲ†ÚˆØą “ہŲ… Prapapanch praphudha prapanchmay karunge.” (ہŲ… ŲūŲˆØąÛŒ ØŊŲ†ÛŒØ§ ÚĐی ØŠØđØąÛŒŲ ÚĐØąÛŒÚš ÚŊے

ØĻØąØ§Û
ØąØ§ØģØŠ ؎اŲ†Ų†Û’ اŲˆØą Ų…ÚĐŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą ØŠŲÛÛŒŲ… ÚĐŲˆ ØģŲ…ØŽÚūŲ†Û’ اŲˆØą Ų…ÚĐŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą ØģŲ…ØŽÚūŲ†Û’ ÚĐی
Ø·ØąŲ Øģے، اØģ ÚĐی Ø·ØąŲ Ų…Ų†ØŠŲ‚Ų„ÛŒ حاØĩŲ„ ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ اŲˆØą اØģے چÚūŲˆÚ‘ ÚĐØąØŒ ایÚĐ Ų…ØĩیØĻØŠ ÚĐŲˆ ØŠØĻاہ
ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ Ų…یښ ÚĐاŲ…یاØĻ ہے؛ ØĻØąØ§Û ØąØ§ØģØŠ ؎اŲ†Ų†Û’ اŲˆØą Ų…ÚĐŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą ØģŲ…ØŽÚūŲ†Û’ ÚĐی Ø·ØąŲ Øģے،
ØĻÚūیÚĐØŪØģ، اØģ ÚĐی Ø·ØąŲ Ų…Ų†ØŠŲ‚Ų„ÛŒ حاØĩŲ„ ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ اŲˆØą اØģے چÚūŲˆÚ‘ ÚĐØąØŒ ایÚĐ Ų…ØĩیØĻØŠ ÚĐŲˆ ØŠØĻاہ
ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ Ų…یښ ÚĐاŲ…یاØĻ ہے؛ ØĻØąØ§Û ØąØ§ØģØŠ ؎اŲ†Ų†Û’ اŲˆØą Ų…ÚĐŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą ØģŲ…ØŽÚūŲ†Û’ اŲˆØą Ų…ÚĐŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą
ŲūØą ØģŲ…ØŽÚūŲ†Û’ ÚĐی Ø·ØąŲ Øģے، ØĻÚūیÚĐŲØģ، اØģ ÚĐی Ø·ØąŲ Ų…Ų†ØŠŲ‚Ų„ÛŒ حاØĩŲ„ ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ اŲˆØą اØģے چÚūŲˆÚ‘ ÚĐØąØŒ
ایÚĐ Ų…ØĩیØĻØŠ ÚĐŲˆ ØŠØĻاہ ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ Ų…یښ ÚĐاŲ…یاØĻ ہے؛ ØĻØąØ§Û ØąØ§ØģØŠ ؎اŲ†Ų†Û’ اŲˆØą Ų…ÚĐŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą
ØŠŲÛÛŒŲ… ؎اŲ†Ų†Û’ اŲˆØą Ų…ÚĐŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą ØģŲ…ØŽÚūŲ†Û’ ÚĐے Ø°ØąÛŒØđے، اŲ† ÚĐی Ø·ØąŲ Ų…Ų†ØŠŲ‚Ų„ÛŒ حاØĩŲ„ ÚĐØąŲ†Û’
اŲˆØą اŲ† ÚĐŲˆ چÚūŲˆÚ‘ ÚĐØąØŒ ایÚĐ Ų…ØĩیØĻØŠ ÚĐŲˆ ØŠØĻاہ ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ Ų…یښ ÚĐاŲ…یاØĻ ہے؛ ØĻØąØ§Û ØąØ§ØģØŠ ؎اŲ†
ØĻŲˆØŽÚū ÚĐØą ØīØđŲˆØąØŒ ØĻÚūیÚĐŲØģ ÚĐŲˆ ØģŲ…ØŽÚūŲ†Û’ اŲˆØą Ų…ÚĐŲ…Ų„ Ø·ŲˆØą ŲūØą ØģŲ…ØŽÚūŲ†Û’ ÚĐے Ø°ØąÛŒØđے، اØģ ÚĐی
Ø·ØąŲ Ų…Ų†ØŠŲ‚Ų„ÛŒ حاØĩŲ„ ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ اŲˆØą اØģے چÚūŲˆÚ‘ ÚĐØąØŒ ایÚĐ Ų…ØĩیØĻØŠ ÚĐŲˆ ØŠØĻاہ ÚĐØąŲ†Û’ Ų…یښ ÚĐاŲ…یاØĻ
ہے.

Those
are the collection of Quotes by Gautama Buddha of who he is and what is
his teachings are for. They are taken from Sutta Pitaka which is where
his original teachings are in pure form(Theravada Buddhism).It has
nearly 18500 Suttas(discourses) which will guide you to the supreme
nibban(unchangeable happiness) ,the goal of his teachings in this
life.If you think you are a intelligent and honest person,it doesn’t
matter which faith you follow, here comes opportunity to develop your
inteligence to a level you never imagine before.
Buddha’s Suttas in His own word by word


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