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𝓛𝓔ð“Ēð“Ē𝓞𝓝 4098 Mon 20 Sep 2021 https://www.buddha-vacana.org/ Tree Buddha Vacana — The words of the Buddha — http://www.buddhanet.net/dhammapada/d_twin.htm Positive Words of the Awakened One Buddha in 29) Classical English,Roman,06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€,13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū,17) Classical Bengali-āĶ•ā§āĶēāĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū,41) Classical Gujarati-āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€,55) Classical Kannada- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāē°āģ€āēŊ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄ,70) Classical Malayalam-āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāī‚,73) Classical Marathi-āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪ“āĪ°āĨ€, 76) Classical Nepali-āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪŪāĪūāĪ° (āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪū), 78) Classical Odia (Oriya), 83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ, 87) Classical Sanskrit āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ Treasury of Truth (Dhammapada) Chapter 9, Evil Positive Words of the Awakened One Buddha in 29) Classical English,Roman,13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū,13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū,17) Classical Bengali-āĶ•ā§āĶēāĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū,41) Classical Gujarati-āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€,55) Classical Kannada- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāē°āģ€āēŊ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄ,70) Classical Malayalam-āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāī‚,73) Classical Marathi-āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪ“āĪ°āĨ€, 76) Classical Nepali-āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪŪāĪūāĪ° (āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪū), \78) Classical Odia (Oriya), 83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ, 87) Classical Sanskrit āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ Hunger is the worst kind of illness said Awakened One Let us encourage all people to Do Good. Grow Broccoli ðŸĨĶ Pepper ðŸŦ‘ Cucumber ðŸĨ’ Carrots ðŸĨ• Beans in Pots. Fruit 🍎 Bearing Trees ðŸŒģ all over the world 🌎 and in Space. Purify Mind. Lead Hilarious 😆 Happy 😃 Life to Attain Eternal Bliss as Final Goal.-Hi Tech Radio Free Animation ClipartOnline Positive Universal Prabuddha Intellectuals Convention.
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Positive Words of the Awakened One  Buddha in 29) Classical English,Roman,06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€,13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū,17) Classical Bengali-āĶ•ā§āĶēāĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū,41) Classical Gujarati-āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€,55) Classical Kannada- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāē°āģ€āēŊ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄ,70) Classical Malayalam-āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāī‚,73) Classical Marathi-āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪ“āĪ°āĨ€,
76) Classical Nepali-āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪŪāĪūāĪ° (āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪū),
78) Classical Odia (Oriya),
83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ,
87) Classical Sanskrit āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ













Treasury of Truth (Dhammapada) Chapter 9, Evil


Positive Words of the Awakened One  Buddha in 29) Classical English,Roman,13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū,13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū,17) Classical Bengali-āĶ•ā§āĶēāĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū,41) Classical Gujarati-āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€,55) Classical Kannada- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāē°āģ€āēŊ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄ,70) Classical Malayalam-āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāī‚,73) Classical Marathi-āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪ“āĪ°āĨ€,

76) Classical Nepali-āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪŪāĪūāĪ° (āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪū),
\78) Classical Odia (Oriya),
83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ,
87) Classical Sanskrit āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ






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Abhijāna Sutta (SN 22.24)
Two
conditions (doubled as four with synonyms) for the destruction of
suffering: full understanding and abandoning. One should remain aware
not to focus on only one of these two.
Abhinanda Sutta (SN 35.20)
There is no escape for whoever delights in sense objects.
Accharāsaáđ…ghāta Peyyāla (AN 1.53-55)
Practicing goodwill makes one worthy of gifts.
Adantāgutta Sutta (SN 35.94)
Here
is one of those advises which are so easy to understand with the
intellect, yet so difficult to understand at deeper levels because our
wrong views constantly interfere in the process. Therefore we need to
get it repeated often, even though that may seem boring to some.
Ajjhattānattahetu Sutta (SN 35.142)
How
investigating the causes for the arising of the sense organs, in which
the characteristic of nonself may be easier to understand, allows a
transfer of this understanding to their case.
Akammaniya Vagga (AN 1.21-30)
The mind can be our worst enemy or our best friend.
Ānāpānassati Sutta (MN 118)
The famous sutta about the practice of ānāpānassati, and how it
leads to the practice of the four satipaáđ­áđ­hānas and subsquently to the
fulfillment of the seven bojjhaáđ…gas.
Anattalakkhana Sutta (SN 22.59)
In this very famous sutta, the Buddha expounds for the first time his teaching on anatta.
Aáđ…ga Sutta (SN 55.50)
The four sotāpattiyaáđ…gas (factors for stream-entry).
Āáđ‡i Sutta (SN 20.7)
A
very important thing is reminded to us by the Buddha: for our own
benefit as well as for the benfit of the generations yet to come, we
must give most importance to his own actual words, and not so much to
whoever else pretends nowadays or has pretended in the past to be a
proper (Dhamma) teacher.
Aniccanibbānasappāya Sutta (SN 35.147)
Here
are hardcore vipassanā instructions dealing with the perception of
impermanence for advanced meditators who are looking forward to
attaining Nibbāna.
Avijjāpahāna Sutta (SN 35.53)
A very simple discourse, yet very deep, on what to know and see to abandon ignorance and produce knowledge.
BahuvedanÄŦya Sutta (MN 59) {excerpt}
In this short excerpt, the Buddha defines the five kāmaguáđ‡Äs and makes an important comparison with another type of pleasure.
Dhammacakkappavattana Sutta (SN 56.11)
This is certainly the most famous sutta in the Pali litterature. The Buddha expounds the four ariya-saccas for the first time.
DhammānupassÄŦ Sutta (AN 6.118)
It is worth having repeated the message given in this sutta: six
habits without abandoning which it is not possible to practice the
satipaáđ­áđ­hānas properly. Quite some cleaning may be advisable here.
GÄŦtassara Sutta (AN 5.209)
This
sutta has been largely overlooked by the various buddhist traditions:
the Buddha explains why he does not allow the bhikkhus to perform any
melodic chanting.
Indriyabhāvanā Sutta (MN 152)
This sutta offers three approaches to the practice of sense restraint, that contain additional instructions complementing the Indriyesu Guttadvāratā formulae.
Kālāmā Sutta (AN 3.66)
See Kesamutti Sutta.
Kammapatha Sutta (AN 3.164)
It is demonstrated here that the view according to which there is nothing wrong in being non-vegetarian is erroneous.
Kasiáđ‡a Sutta (AN 10.25)
This is the standard description of the practice on the ten kasiáđ‡as.
Kesamutti [aka Kālāmā] Sutta (AN 3.66)
In
this famous sutta, the Buddha reminds us to ultimately trust only our
own direct experience of the reality, not what is declared by others,
even if they happen to be our ‘revered teacher’.
KhajjanÄŦya Sutta (SN 22.79) {excerpt}
This sutta provides a succinct definition of the five khandhas.
Kusala Sutta (SN 46.32)
All that is advantageous unite in one thing.
Kusala Suttas (AN 1.56-73)
What produces and what eliminates wholesome and unwholesome mental states.
Mahānāma Sutta (AN 8.25) {excerpt}
Mahānāma asks the Buddha to define what is a lay follower and in what respect a lay follower is expected to be virtuous.
Mahāparinibbāna Sutta (DN 16) {excerpts}
This sutta gathers various instructions the Buddha gave for the
sake of his followers after his passing away, which makes it be a very
important set of instructions for us nowadays.
Mahāsatipaáđ­áđ­hāna Sutta (DN 22)
This sutta is widely considered as a fundamental reference for meditation practice.
Mahāvedalla Sutta (MN 43) {excerpt}
Sāriputta answers various interesting questions asked by āyasmā
Mahākoáđ­áđ­hika, and in this excerpt, he explains that Vedanā, SaÃąÃąÄ and
ViÃąÃąÄáđ‡a are not clearly delineated but deeply interwoven.
Migajāla Sutta Sutta (SN 35.64) {excerpt}
Some
neophytes (and we may often count ourselves among them) sometimes want
to believe that it is possible to delight in sensual pleasures without
giving rise to attachment nor suffering. The Buddha teaches Migajāla
that this is downright impossible.
Nanda Sutta (AN 8.9) {excerpt}
The Buddha describes how Nanda, though being prey to fierce
sense desire, practices throroughly in accordance to his instructions.
This sutta contains a definition of satisampajaÃąÃąa.
Nandikkhaya Sutta (SN 22.51)
How to operate the destruction of delight.
Nirāmisa Sutta (SN 36.31) {excerpt}
We can understand here that pÄŦti, though being often listed as a
bojjhaáđ…ga, can also sometimes be akusala. This passage also includes a
definition of the five kāmaguáđ‡Ä.
NÄŦvaraáđ‡a Sutta (AN 9.64)
How to remove the five hindrances.
NÄŦvaraáđ‡appahāna Vagga (AN 1.11-20)
The five dhammas that nourish most efficiently the five hindrances, and the five most effective ways to dispell them.
Padhāna Sutta (AN 4.13)
In this sutta, the Buddha gives a definition of the sammappadhānas.
PadÄŦpopama Sutta (SN 54.8)
Here the Buddha explains ānāpānassati and recommands it for
various purposes: from abandoning gross impurities, through developing
all the eight jhānas.
PamādavihārÄŦ Sutta (SN 35.97)
What makes the difference between one who lives with negligence and one who lives with vigilance.
Pamādādi Vagga (AN 1.81-97)
The Buddha repetedly warns us against heedlessness.
Paáđ­isallāna Sutta (SN 56.2)
The Buddha exhorts the bhikkhus to practice paáđ­isallāna, for it
leads to understanding the four noble truths in their true nature.
PhassamÅŦlaka Sutta (SN 36.10)
The three types of feelings are rooted in three types of contacts.
Pubbesambodha Sutta (SN 35.13)
The
Buddha defines what he means by allure, drawback and emancipation in
the case of the internal sense spheres, and then declares that his
awakening was nothing more nor less than understanding them.
Ruáđ‡áđ‡a Sutta (AN 3.108)
Here
the Buddha explains what is singing and dancing in the discipline of
the noble ones, and then gives his instrunction regarding laughing and
smiling.
RÅŦpādi Vagga (AN 1.1-10)
There are five types of sense objects that overpower the mind of (most) human beings more than any others.
RÅŦpārāma Sutta (SN 35.137)
The
Buddha explains for us once more, in yet another way, the cause and the
cessation of suffering. It takes place right in the middle of what we
keep doing all day and all night.
SabbupādānapariÃąÃąÄ Sutta (SN 35.60)
The Buddha, while expounding the complete understanding of all
attachment, gives a deep and yet very clear explanation: contact arises
on the basis of three phenomena.
SakkapaÃąhā Sutta Sutta (SN 35.118)
The
Buddha gives a rather simple answer to Sakka’s question: what is the
reason why some people attain the final goal while others don’t?
Samādhi Sutta (SN 56.1)
The Buddha exhorts the bhikkhus to practice samādhi, for it leads to understanding the four noble truths in their true nature.
Samādhi Sutta (SN 22.5)
The
Buddha exhorts his followers to develop concentration so that they can
practice insight into the arising and passing away of the five
aggregates, after which he defines what he means by arising and passing
away of the aggregates, in terms of dependent origination.
Samādhibhāvanā Sutta (AN 4.41)
The
four types of concentration that the Buddha commends. It is quite
obvious here that no clear distinction is made between samādhi and
paÃąÃąÄ.
Saáđ…khitta Sutta (AN 8.53)
The Buddha gives here to his former nurse eight criteria to
discriminate whether a given statement belongs to his teaching or not,
which may happen to be handy nowadays.
Sati Sutta (SN 47.35)
In this sutta, the Buddha reminds the bhikkhus to be satos and sampajānos, and then defines these two terms.
Satthusāsana Sutta (AN 7.83)
Here is a very concise sevenfold instruction to discriminate what is the Teaching of the Buddha from what is not.
Sikkhādubbalya Sutta (AN 9.63)
What to do if one is not yet perfect in the five precepts.
Sikkhattaya Sutta (AN 3.90)
The Buddha defines the three trainings, i.e. adhisÄŦlasikkhā, adhicittasikkhā and adhipaÃąÃąÄsikkhā.
Sikkhattaya Sutta (AN 3.91)
Here the Buddha gives an alternate definition of adhipaÃąÃąÄsikkhā.
Siáđƒsapāvana Sutta (SN 56.31)
The
famous sutta where the Buddha states that he has no interest in baroque
teachings which are not immediately connected with attaining the goal.
Upādāparitassanā Sutta (SN 22.8)
The arising and cessation of suffering takes place in the five aggregates.
Vibhaáđ…ga Sutta (SN 12.2)
A detailed explanation of paáđ­icca samuppāda, with a definition of each of the twelve links.
Vibhaáđ…ga Sutta (SN 45.8)
Here the Buddha defines precisely each factor of the eightfold noble path.
Vibhaáđ…ga Sutta (SN 47.40)
The satipaáđ­áđ­hānas taught in short.
Vijjābhāgiya Sutta (AN 2.32)
Here the Buddha relates Samatha with rāga and cetovimutti, and Vipassanā with avijjā and paÃąÃąÄvimutti.
Vipallāsa Sutta (AN 4.49)
In this sutta, the Buddha describes the fourfold distortion of saÃąÃąÄ, citta and diáđ­áđ­hi.
Vitthata Sutta (AN 5.14)
Here are defined the five balas.

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Abhijāna Sutta

— Directly knowing —
[abhijānati]

Two conditions (doubled as four with synonyms) for the
destruction of suffering: full understanding and abandoning. One should
remain aware not to focus on only one of these two.



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English


sāvatthi·nidānaáđƒ.


The (sutta) opening at SāvatthÄŦ.{n}

rÅŦpaáđƒ, bhikkhave, an·abhijānaáđƒ a·parijānaáđƒ a·virājayaáđƒ a·ppajahaáđƒ abhabbo dukkha·kkhayāya; vedanaáđƒ an·abhijānaáđƒ a·parijānaáđƒ a·virājayaáđƒ a·ppajahaáđƒ abhabbo dukkha·kkhayāya; saÃąÃąaáđƒ an·abhijānaáđƒ a·parijānaáđƒ a·virājayaáđƒ a·ppajahaáđƒ abhabbo dukkha·kkhayāya; saáđ…khāre an·abhijānaáđƒ a·parijānaáđƒ a·virājayaáđƒ a·ppajahaáđƒ abhabbo dukkha·kkhayāya; viÃąÃąÄáđ‡aáđƒ an·abhijānaáđƒ a·parijānaáđƒ a·virājayaáđƒ a·ppajahaáđƒ abhabbo dukkha·kkhayāya.


Without directly knowing and fully understanding Form, bhikkhus, without
getting dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is unable to
destroy suffering; without directly knowing and fully understanding
Feeling, bhikkhus, without getting dispassionate towards it and
abandoning it, one is unable to destroy suffering; without directly
knowing and fully understanding Perception, bhikkhus, without getting
dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is unable to destroy
suffering; without directly knowing and fully understanding
Constructions, bhikkhus, without getting dispassionate towards them and
abandoning them, one is unable to destroy suffering; without directly
knowing and fully understanding Consciousness, bhikkhus, without getting
dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is unable to destroy
suffering.


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.


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.





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Abhijāna Sutta
— Directly knowing —
[abhijānati]
Two
conditions (doubled as four with synonyms) for the destruction of
suffering: full understanding and abandoning. One should remain aware
not to focus on only one of these two.
English
The (sutta) opening at SāvatthÄŦ.{n}
Without directly knowing and fully understanding Form, bhikkhus,
without getting dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is
unable to destroy suffering; without directly knowing and fully
understanding Feeling, bhikkhus, without getting dispassionate towards
it and abandoning it, one is unable to destroy suffering; without
directly knowing and fully understanding Perception, bhikkhus, without
getting dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is unable to
destroy suffering; without directly knowing and fully understanding
Constructions, bhikkhus, without getting dispassionate towards them and
abandoning them, one is unable to destroy suffering; without directly
knowing and fully understanding Consciousness, bhikkhus, without getting
dispassionate towards it and abandoning it, one is unable to destroy
suffering.
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•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪēāĪĄāĨ‡āĪĩāĪĻāĪūāĪ—āĪ°āĨ€ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ…āĪ­āĪŋāĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪū āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨāĪŸāĪū, āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€-āĪĶāĨ‡āĪĩāĪĻāĪūāĪ—āĪ°āĨ€- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€
- āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡ āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪĻāĪū -
[āĪ…āĪ­āĪŋāĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪĪāĨ€]
āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪū
āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪĩāĪŋāĪĻāĪūāĪķ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪēāĪŋāĪ āĪĶāĨ‹ āĪļāĨāĪĨāĪŋāĪĪāĪŋāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚ (āĪļāĪŪāĪūāĪĻāĪūāĪ°āĨāĪĨāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪļāĪūāĪĨ āĪšāĪūāĪ° āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪ°āĨ‚āĪŠ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪĶāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪĻāĨ€):
āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪļāĪŪāĪ āĪ”āĪ° āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ—āĨĪ āĪ‡āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‹āĪĻāĨ‹āĪ‚ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡āĪĩāĪē āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĪ° āĪ§āĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĻ āĪ•āĨ‡āĪ‚āĪĶāĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡
āĪēāĪŋāĪ āĪ•āĪŋāĪļāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪœāĪūāĪ—āĪ°āĨ‚āĪ• āĪđāĨ‹āĪĻāĪū āĪšāĪūāĪđāĪŋāĪāĨĪ
āĪ…āĪ‚āĪ—āĨāĪ°āĨ‡āĪœāĪžāĨ€
SavatthÄŦ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ (āĪļāĨ‚āĪĪāĪū) āĪ–āĨ‹āĪēāĪĻāĪūāĨĪ {N}
āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡
āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‡āĪļāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ°
āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ…āĪļāĪŪāĪ°āĨāĪĨ āĪđāĨˆ; āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡ āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ°
āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‡āĪļāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪĻāĨ‡
āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪāĪ• āĪĶāĨāĪ– āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ…āĪļāĪŪāĪ°āĨāĪĨ āĪđāĨˆ; āĪ§āĪūāĪ°āĪĢāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡ āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€
āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‡āĪļāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡
āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ…āĪļāĪŪāĪ°āĨāĪĨ āĪđāĨˆ; āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪūāĪĢ āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡
āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪūāĪĢ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‰āĪĻāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪ•āĪ° āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‡āĪ‚
āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ—āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ…āĪļāĪŪāĪ°āĨāĪĨ āĪđāĨˆ; āĪļāĨ€āĪ§āĨ‡ āĪšāĨ‡āĪĪāĪĻāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹
āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ° āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ‡āĪļāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĪāĪŋ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ°āĪūāĪķ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡
āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪŋāĪĻāĪū, āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĨ€āĪĄāĪžāĪū āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ…āĪļāĪŪāĪ°āĨāĪĨ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ
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
āĪ•āĪ°āĪūāĪĻāĨ€āĪŊāĪū āĪŪāĨ‡āĪŸāĪū āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨāĪŸāĪū: āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĨ€ āĪ‡āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū (táŧŦ āĪ•āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪđ)



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āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪ-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū Abhijāna āĶšā§āĶŸā§āĶŸāĶū
— āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶœāĶĻāĶū -
[abhijānati]
āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ
āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļā§° āĶŽāĶūāĶŽā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶŸāĶū āĶšā§°ā§āĶĪ (āĶļāĶŪāĶūā§°ā§āĶĨāĶ• āĶķāĶŽā§āĶĶā§° āĶļā§ˆāĶĪā§‡ āĶšāĶūā§°āĶŋāĶŸāĶūāĶēā§ˆ āĶĶā§āĶ—ā§āĶĢ) : āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢ
āĶŽā§āĶœāĶūāĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶŠā§°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ—āĨĪ āĶāĶ‡ āĶĶā§āĶŸāĶūā§° āĶ•ā§‡ā§ąāĶē āĶāĶŸāĶūā§° āĶ“āĶŠā§°āĶĪ āĶ—ā§ā§°ā§āĶĪā§āĶŽ āĶĻāĶŋāĶĶāĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶļāĶœāĶūāĶ—
āĶĨāĶūāĶ•āĶŋāĶŽ āĶēāĶūāĶ—ā§‡āĨĪ
āĶ‡āĶ‚ā§°āĶūāĶœā§€
SāvatthÄŦ (āĶšā§āĶŸāĶū) āĶ–ā§‹āĶēāĶūāĨĪ {āĶāĶĻ}
āĶŠā§ā§°āĶŠāĶĪā§ā§°ā§°
āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶĻā§‹āĶđā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶā§°āĶŋ āĶĻāĶŋāĶĶāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶŠā§ā§°āĶŠāĶĪā§ā§°, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶš
āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶœāĶĻāĶū āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ āĶĻā§‹āĶŠā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽ
āĶĻā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§°ā§‡; āĶ…āĶĻā§āĶ­ā§ą, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶš, āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶĻā§‹āĶđā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶā§°āĶŋ
āĶĻāĶŋāĶĶāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶĻāĶœāĶĻāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ āĶĻā§‹āĶŠā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡
āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽ āĶĻā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§°ā§‡; āĶ§āĶūā§°āĶĢāĶū, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶš, āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶĻāĶœāĶĻāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§
āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ āĶĻā§‹āĶŠā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶĻā§‹āĶđā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶā§°āĶŋ
āĶĻāĶŋāĶĶāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶ…āĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪ; āĶĻāĶŋā§°ā§āĶŪāĶūāĶĢ, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶŽā§‹ā§°ā§° āĶŠā§ā§°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶĻāĶŋā§°āĶŠā§‡āĶ•ā§āĶ· āĶĻā§‹āĶđā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļā§‡āĶ‡āĶŽā§‹ā§° āĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶĻāĶ•ā§°āĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶĻāĶœāĶĻāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§
āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶœāĶŋ āĶĻā§‹āĶŠā§‹ā§ąāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽ āĶĻā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§°ā§‡; āĶšā§‡āĶĪāĶĻāĶū,
āĶ­āĶŋāĶ–āĶ–ā§āĶš, āĶŠā§‹āĶĻāĶŠāĶŸā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶĻāĶœāĶĻāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶā§°āĶŋ āĶĻāĶŋāĶĶāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ•ā§ˆ, āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶ–-āĶ•āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ
āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶ…āĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶŪāĨĪ
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
āĶĶā§āĶŊ āĶ•āĶūā§°āĶĻāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶū āĶŪā§‡āĶŸā§āĶŸāĶū āĶšā§āĶŸā§āĶŸāĶū: āĶ—ā§āĶĄ āĶ‰āĶ‡āĶē (TáŧŦ āĶ•āĶŋāĶĻāĶđ)




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

āĶķāĶūāĶļā§āĶĪā§āĶ°ā§€āĶŊāĶž āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū āĶ­āĶūāĶ·āĶūāĶŊāĶž āĶ…āĶ­āĶŋāĶ·āĶŋāĶ•āĶū āĶļā§‚āĶĪ-āĶ•āĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•āĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū
- āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ -
[āĶ…āĶ­āĶŋāĶ‰āĶĻāĶūāĶŸāĶŋ]
āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–ā§‡āĶ°
āĶœāĶĻā§āĶŊ āĶĶā§āĶŸāĶŋ āĶķāĶ°ā§āĶĪ (āĶļāĶŪāĶūāĶ°ā§āĶĨāĶ• āĶļāĶ™ā§āĶ—ā§‡ āĶšāĶūāĶ° āĶđāĶŋāĶļāĶūāĶŽā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶŋāĶ—ā§āĶĢ āĶđāĶŊāĶžā§‡āĶ›ā§‡): āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢ
āĶŽā§‹āĶāĶūāĶ° āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶ•ā§āĶĪāĨĪ āĶ•ā§‡āĶ‰ āĶāĶ‡ āĶĶā§āĶŸāĶŋ āĶāĶ• āĶŦā§‹āĶ•āĶūāĶļ āĶĻāĶū āĶļāĶšā§‡āĶĪāĶĻ āĶĨāĶūāĶ•āĶū āĶ‰āĶšāĶŋāĶĪāĨĪ
āĶ‡āĶ‚āĶ°ā§‡āĶœāĶŋ
āĶļāĶūāĶ­āĶĪā§āĶĨāĶŋ āĶ (āĶļā§‚āĶĪ) āĶ–ā§‹āĶēāĶūāĶ°āĨĪ {āĶāĶĻ}
āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ
āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶŽā§‹āĶāĶū āĶŊāĶūāĶŊāĶž āĶĻāĶū, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶ·ā§āĶ•, āĶāĶŸāĶŋāĶ° āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶĪāĶŋ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶĻā§āĶĶā§āĶŽ
āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡āĶ‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶāĶŸāĶŋ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶŠāĶūāĶ°ā§‡ āĶĻāĶū; āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ
āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶŽā§‹āĶ§ āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡ āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶ·ā§āĶ•, āĶāĶŸāĶŋāĶ° āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶĻā§āĶĶā§āĶŽ āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶĪāĶū āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶŠāĶūāĶ°ā§‡ āĶĻāĶū;
āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶ‰āĶŠāĶēāĶŽā§āĶ§āĶŋ āĶŽā§‹āĶ§ āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡ āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•āĶ–ā§āĶļ, āĶāĶŸāĶŋāĶ° āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶŽāĶŋāĶ°āĶĪ āĶĨāĶūāĶ•āĶūāĶ•āĶūāĶēā§€āĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶāĶŸāĶŋ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶŠāĶūāĶ°ā§‡ āĶĻāĶū;
āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶŽā§‹āĶāĶū āĶ›āĶūāĶĄāĶžāĶū, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•ā§āĶ·ā§āĶ•, āĶĪāĶūāĶĶā§‡āĶ° āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶŽāĶŋāĶ°ā§‹āĶ§āĶŋāĶĪāĶū āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶĪāĶūāĶĶā§‡āĶ° āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶŠāĶūāĶ°ā§‡
āĶĻāĶū; āĶļāĶ°āĶūāĶļāĶ°āĶŋ āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋāĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚āĶ°ā§āĶĢāĶ°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡ āĶšā§‡āĶĪāĶĻāĶū, āĶ­āĶŋāĶ•āĶ–ā§āĶļ āĶŽā§āĶāĶĪā§‡ āĶĻāĶū, āĶāĶŸāĶŋāĶ° āĶŠā§āĶ°āĶĪāĶŋ
āĶŽāĶŋāĶ°āĶĪ āĶĨāĶūāĶ•āĶūāĶ•āĶūāĶēā§€āĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶāĶŸāĶŋ āĶŠāĶ°āĶŋāĶĪā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ— āĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶƒāĶ–āĶ•ā§‡ āĶ§ā§āĶŽāĶ‚āĶļ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶŠāĶūāĶ°ā§‡ āĶĻāĶūāĨĪ
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
Karaniya Metta Sutta: āĶ­āĶūāĶē āĶ‡āĶšā§āĶ›āĶū (TáŧŦ Kinh)
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41) Classical Gujarati-āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠ•āŠē āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€,

āŠ‡āŠ­āŠŋāŠœāŦāŠĻāŠū āŠļāŦāŠŸāŦāŠŸāŠūāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠķāŠūāŠļāŦāŠĪāŦāŠ°āŦ€āŠŊ āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€- āŠ•āŦāŠēāŠūāŠļāŠŋāŠšāŠ• āŠ—āŦāŠœāŠ°āŠūāŠĪāŦ€
- āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ -
[āŠ…āŠ­āŠŊāŠĪāŠū]
āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŠū
āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠŪāŠūāŠŸāŦ‡ āŠŽāŦ‡ āŠķāŠ°āŠĪāŦ‹ (āŠļāŠŪāŠūāŠĻāŠūāŠ°āŦāŠĨāŦ€āŠ“ āŠļāŠūāŠĨāŦ‡ āŠšāŠūāŠ° āŠŽāŠŪāŠĢāŦ‹): āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĢ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦāŠŊāŠœāŦ€.
āŠāŠ•āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ† āŠŽāŦ‡āŠŪāŠūāŠ‚āŠĨāŦ€ āŠŦāŠ•āŦāŠĪ āŠāŠ• āŠŠāŠ° āŠ§āŦāŠŊāŠūāŠĻ āŠ•āŦ‡āŠĻāŦāŠĶāŦāŠ°āŠŋāŠĪ āŠĻ āŠ•āŠ°āŠĩāŦāŠ‚ āŠœāŦ‹āŠˆāŠ.
āŠ…āŠ‚āŠ—āŦāŠ°āŦ‡āŠœāŦ€
SāvatthÄŦ āŠŠāŠ° (āŠļāŦāŠĪāŦ) āŠ–āŦāŠēāŦāŠēāŠū. {N}
āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŠū
āŠœ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĩāŠū āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŠļ, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŠū
āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‹āŠĄāŦ€ āŠĶāŦ‡āŠĩāŠūāŠĨāŦ€, āŠāŠ• āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŠĩāŠūāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚
āŠ…āŠļāŠŪāŠ°āŦāŠĨ āŠ›āŦ‡; āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĢ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡
āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŦāŠļ, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ€ āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ›āŦ‹āŠĄāŦ€ āŠĶāŦ‡āŠĩāŠūāŠĨāŦ€,
āŠāŠ• āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŠĩāŠūāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠ…āŠļāŠŪāŠ°āŦāŠĨ āŠ›āŦ‡; āŠĶāŦāŠ°āŠ·āŦāŠŸāŠŋāŠ•āŦ‹āŠĢāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĩāŠū āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡
āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŦāŠļ, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ€ āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦāŠŊāŠūāŠ— āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠŊāŠū
āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū, āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŠĩāŠūāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠ…āŠļāŠŪāŠ°āŦāŠĨ āŠ›āŦ‡; āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦ€āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠŽāŠūāŠ‚āŠ§āŠ•āŠūāŠŪāŠĻāŦ‡
āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŠĩāŠū āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŠ‚āŠŠāŦ‚āŠ°āŦāŠĢāŠŠāŠĢāŦ‡ āŠļāŠŪāŠœāŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŦāŠļāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠŪāŠĻāŦ€ āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠ—āŠ°
āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠŪāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦāŠŊāŠūāŠ— āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū, āŠāŠ• āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŠĩāŠūāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠ…āŠļāŠŪāŠ°āŦāŠĨ āŠ›āŦ‡; āŠļāŠ­āŠūāŠĻāŠĪāŠū,
āŠ­āŠŋāŠ•āŦāŠ–āŠļāŠĻāŦ‡ āŠļāŦ€āŠ§āŦ€ āŠ°āŦ€āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠœāŠūāŠĢāŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū, āŠ­āŦ€āŠ–āŦāŠļ, āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ€ āŠĪāŠ°āŠŦ āŠĩāŠŋāŠĩāŠūāŠĶāŠūāŠļāŦāŠŠāŠĶ āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū
āŠ…āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦ‡āŠĻāŦ‡ āŠĪāŦāŠŊāŠūāŠ— āŠ•āŠ°āŦāŠŊāŠū āŠĩāŠŋāŠĻāŠū, āŠĪāŦ‡ āŠĶāŦāŠƒāŠ–āŠĻāŦ‹ āŠĻāŠūāŠķ āŠ•āŠ°āŠĩāŠūāŠŪāŠūāŠ‚ āŠ…āŠļāŠŪāŠ°āŦāŠĨ āŠ›āŦ‡.
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‡.
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06) ClassicalDevanagari,Classical Hindi-Devanagari- āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪĶāĨ€,
http://www.buddhanet.net/dhammapada/d_evil.htm
Verse 116. Never Hesitate To Do Good
Make haste towards the good
and check the mind for evil.
The one who’s is slow to make merit
delights in the evil mind.
Explanation:
In the matter of performing virtuous, meritorious actions, be alert and
act quickly. Guard the mind against evil. If one were to perform
meritorious actions hesitantly, his mind will begin to take delight in
evil things

Verse 118. Accumulated Merit Leads To Happiness
If one should some merit make
do it again and again.
One should wish for it anew
for merit grows to joy.
Explanation:
A person may do some meritorious activity. He must keep on repeating
it, over and over. He must take delight in that meritorious action.
Accumulation of merit leads to happiness.




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Verse 122. Merit Grows Little By Little
Think lightly not of goodness,
‘It will not come to me’,
for by the falling of water drops
a water jar is filled.
The sage with goodness fills himself,
he soaks up little by little.
Explanation:
Some tend to think that virtue can be taken lightly, and that virtue
practiced is not likely to bring about any spectacular good results.
This view is not quite correct. The good done by an individual
accumulates little by little. The process is very much like the filling
of a water-pot, drop by drop. As time goes on, the little acts of virtue
accumulate, until the doer of good is totally filled with it.
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āē•āģāēēāēūāēļāēŋāē•āēēāģ āē•āēĻāģāēĻāēĄāēĶāēēāģāēēāēŋ āē…āē­āēŋāēœāēĻāģāēĻāēū āēļāģ‚āēŸāģāēŸāēū- āēķāēūāēļāģāēĪāģāēŊāģ€āēŊāēū āē•āēūāēĻāģāēĻāēūāē‚āēĄāģ
- āēĻāģ‡āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēĩāēģāēŋāē•āģ† -
[āē…āē­āēŋāēœāēūāēĻāēĪāēŋ]
āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēŋāēĻ
āēĩāēŋāēĻāēūāēķāē•āģāē•āēūāē—āēŋ āēŽāē°āēĄāģ āēĻāēŋāēŊāēŪāē—āēģāģ (āēļāēŪāēūāēĻāēūāē°āģāēĨāē•āē—āēģāģŠāē‚āēĶāēŋāē—āģ† āēĻāēūāēēāģāē•āģ āēŠāēŸāģāēŸāģ
āēĶāģāēĩāēŋāē—āģāēĢāē—āģŠāēģāēŋāēļāēēāēūāē—āēŋāēĶāģ†): āēŠāģ‚āē°āģāēĢ āēĪāēŋāēģāģāēĩāēģāēŋāē•āģ† āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āēĪāģāēŊāēœāēŋāēļāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ. āēˆ āē‡āēŽāģāēŽāē°āēēāģāēēāēŋ
āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē° āēŪāģ‡āēēāģ† āēŪāēūāēĪāģāē° āē•āģ‡āē‚āēĶāģāē°āģ€āē•āē°āēŋāēļāēĶāēŋāē°āēēāģ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēĶāēŋāē°āēŽāģ‡āē•āģ.
āē†āē‚āē—āģāēē
(āēļāģāēŸāģāēŸ) āēĪāģ†āē°āģ†āēŊāģāēĩāēēāģāēēāēŋ. {N}
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āēģāēĶāģ†, āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāē°āģ‹āē§āēŋāēļāēŋ āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĪāģŠāē°āģ†āēĶāģāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāēĶāģ†,
āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāēūāēķāēŪāēūāēĄāēēāģ āēļāēūāē§āģāēŊāēĩāēŋāēēāģāēē; āēĻāģ‡āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēŊāēĶāģ† āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē­āēūāēĩāēĻāģ†,
āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģāēđāēļāģ, āē…āēĶāē° āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāē°āģ‹āē§āēūāē­āēūāēļāēĩāēūāē—āēĶāģ† āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāēĶāģ†, āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ
āēĻāēūāēķāēŪāēūāēĄāēēāģ āēļāēūāē§āģāēŊāēĩāēūāē—āģāēĩāģāēĶāēŋāēēāģāēē; 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āēģāēĶāģ†, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģ‚āēļāģ, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē·āģāē•āēĻāģ āē…āēĶāē° āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāēŠāē°āģ€āēĪāēĩāēūāē—āēŋ
āēŠāēĄāģ†āēŊāēĶāģ† āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāēĶāģ†, āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāēūāēķāēŪāēūāēĄāēēāģ āēļāēūāē§āģāēŊāēĩāēŋāēēāģāēē;
āēĻāģ‡āē°āēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēŊāēĶāģ† āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āēĻāēŋāē°āģāēŪāēūāēĢāē—āēģāģ, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģāēđāēļāģ āē…āēĻāģāēĻāģ āēļāē‚āēŠāģ‚āē°āģāēĢāēĩāēūāē—āēŋ
āē…āē°āģāēĨāēŪāēūāēĄāēŋāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāēĶāģ†, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģ‚āēļāģ āē…āēĩāē°āēĻāģāēĻāģ āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāē°āģ‹āē§āēŋāēļāēŋ āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĩāģāē—āēģāēĻāģāēĻāģ
āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāēĶāģ†, āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāēūāēķāēŪāēūāēĄāēēāģ āēļāēūāē§āģāēŊāēĩāēŋāēēāģāēē; āēŠāģāē°āēœāģāēžāģ†, āē­āēŋāē•āģāē•āģāēļāģ āē…āēĻāģāēĻāģ
āēļāē‚āēŠāģ‚āē°āģāēĢāēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āēĪāēŋāēģāēŋāēĶāģāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāģāēĩāģāēĶāģ āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āēļāē‚āēŠāģ‚āē°āģāēĢāēĩāēūāē—āēŋ āē…āē°āģāēĨāēŪāēūāēĄāēŋāē•āģŠāēģāģāēģāēĶāģ†, āē…āēĶāē°
āē•āēĄāģ†āē—āģ† āēĩāēŋāē°āģ‹āē§āēūāē­āēūāēļāēĩāēŋāēēāģāēēāēĶāģ† āēŪāēĪāģāēĪāģ āē…āēĶāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēŽāēŋāēŸāģāēŸāģāēŽāēŋāēĄāēĶāģ†, āē’āēŽāģāēŽāē°āģ āēĻāģ‹āēĩāēĻāģāēĻāģ āēĻāēūāēķāēŪāēūāēĄāēēāģ
āēļāēūāē§āģāēŊāēĩāēŋāēēāģāēē.
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.
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70) Classical Malayalam-āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāī‚,

āī•āĩāīēāīūāīļāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīŪāīēāīŊāīūāīģāīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāĩ― āī…āī­āīŋāīœāīūāīĻ āīļāīĪāĩāīĪ - āīĩāīĻāī•āĩāīĻāīŸāīĪāĩāīĪāĩ
- āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāĩ -
[āī…āī­āīŋāīœāīūāīļāīŋ]
āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āīģāĩ†
āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīĻāīūāīŊāīŋ āī°āīĢāĩāīŸāĩ āīĻāīŋāīŽāīĻāĩāī§āīĻāī•āĩū (āīŠāī°āĩāīŊāīūāīŊāī™āĩāī™āĩū āī‰āīŠāīŊāĩ‹āī—āīŋāīšāĩāīšāĩ āīĻāīūāīēāĩ†āīĢāĩāīĢāī‚
āī‡āī°āīŸāĩāīŸāīŋāīŊāīūāīŊāīŋ): āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊ āī§āīūāī°āīĢāīŊāĩāī‚ āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ―. āī‡āīĩ āī°āīĢāĩāīŸāīŋāĩ― āī’āīĻāĩāīĻāīŋāĩ― āīŪāīūāīĪāĩāī°āī‚
āīķāĩāī°āīĶāĩāī§ āī•āĩ‡āīĻāĩāīĶāĩāī°āĩ€āī•āī°āīŋāī•āĩāī•āī°āĩāīĪāĩ†āīĻāĩāīĻāĩ āī’āī°āīūāĩū āī…āīąāīŋāīžāĩāīžāīŋāī°āīŋāī•āĩāī•āīĢāī‚.
āī‡āī‚āī—āĩāīēāĩ€āī·āĩ
(āīļāīĪāĩ) āīļāīūāīĩāīĪāĩāīĪāĩāīĪāĩ-āĩ― āīĪāĩāīąāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ. {N}
āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ†
āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāīūāīĪāĩ† āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāīūāīĪāĩ† āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāīūāīĪāĩ†, āī­āīŋāīĻāĩāīĻāīĩāĩāī‚
āīŪāīĻāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†, āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ† āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†, āī…āīĪāĩ āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āīģāĩ† āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†
āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāīŋāīēāĩāīē; āīĪāĩ‹āīĻāĩāīĻāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†, āī­āīŋāīĻāĩāīĻāīŪāīūāīŊ āīĩāīŋāī•āīūāī°āī‚, āī…āīĪāĩ āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ
āīŪāīĻāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†, āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ† āīĩāīŋāīšāĩāī›āĩ‡āīĶāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†, āī…āīĪāĩ āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†, āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āĩū
āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāīŋāīēāĩāīē; āī—āĩžāī­āī§āīūāī°āīĢāīĩāĩāī‚ āīĩāīŋāīĩāĩ‡āī•āīĩāĩāī‚ āīŪāīĻāīļāīŋāīēāīūāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†,
āī­āīŋāīĻāĩāīĻāīŠāī°āīĩāĩ―āī•āĩāī•āī°āīŋāī•āĩāī•āīŠāĩāīŠāĩ†āīŸāīūāīĪāĩ†, āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ† āīĩāīŋāīšāĩāī›āĩ‡āīĶāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ† āī…āīĪāĩ āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†,
āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āĩū āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāīŋāīēāĩāīē; āīĻāīŋāĩžāīŪāĩāīŪāīūāīĢāī™āĩāī™āīģāĩāī‚ āī…āīĩ āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāīūāīĪāĩ†
āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāīūāīĪāĩ†, āī…āīĩāīŊāīŋāīēāĩ‡āī•āĩāī•āĩ āīĩāīŋāīšāĩāī›āĩ‡āīĶāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ† āī…āīĩāī°āĩ† āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†,
āī…āīĩāĩžāī•āĩāī•āĩ āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āĩū āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāīŋāīēāĩāīē. āīŽāĩ‹āī§āī‚ āīĻāĩ‡āī°āīŋāīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāīūāīĪāĩ†,
āīŽāĩ‹āī§āīŠāī°āīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ āī…āīąāīŋāīŊāīūāīĪāĩ†, āīĻāī°āī­āĩāīŊāīĩāĩāī‚, āī…āīĪāĩ, āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩ† āī‰āīŠāĩ‡āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāīĪāĩ†, āī…āīĪāĩ āī•āī·āĩāīŸāīŠāĩāīŠāīūāīŸāĩāī•āīģāĩ†
āīĻāīķāīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāīūāīĪāĩ†.
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.
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73) Classical Marathi-āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪ“āĪ°āĨ€,
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rxFpx6yGUQ

https://www.budhdha-vacana.org/…/khanhhha/sn22-024.html.

āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪŪāĪ°āĪūāĪ āĨ€ āĪŪāĪ§āĨāĪŊāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪ­āĪŋāĪŽāĪūāĪœāĪĻāĪū āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨāĪŸāĪū- āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪĶāĨ‡āĪķ

- āĪĨāĨ‡āĪŸ āĪœāĪūāĪĢāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĢāĨ‡ -
[āĪ…āĪ­āĪŋāĪœāĪĻāĪĪāĨ€]


āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ–āĪūāĪšāĪū
āĪĻāĪūāĪķ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļāĪūāĪ āĨ€ āĪĶāĨ‹āĪĻ āĪ…āĪŸāĨ€ (āĪļāĪŪāĪūāĪĻāĪūāĪ°āĨāĪĨāĨ€āĪ‚āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪŪāĪūāĪĢāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨāĪŠāĨāĪŠāĪŸ āĪĶāĨāĪŠāĨāĪŠāĪŸ): āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪļāĪŪāĪœāĨ‚āĪĻ
āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĢāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪĢāĨ‡. āĪŊāĪūāĪŠāĨˆāĪ•āĨ€ āĪĶāĨ‹āĪĻāĪŠāĨˆāĪ•āĨ€ āĪŦāĪ•āĨāĪĪ āĪāĪ•āĪūāĪĩāĪ° āĪēāĪ•āĨāĪ· āĪ•āĨ‡āĪ‚āĪĶāĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪ āĪĻ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĪāĪū
āĪ•āĨ‹āĪĢāĨ€āĪđāĨ€ āĪœāĪūāĪ—āĪ°āĨ‚āĪ• āĪ…āĪļāĪūāĪĩāĨ‡.

āĪ‡āĪ‚āĪ—āĨāĪ°āĪœāĨ€

SavatthÄŦ āĪŊāĨ‡āĪĨāĨ‡ (āĪļāĨ‚āĪŸ) āĪ‰āĪ˜āĪĄāĪĢāĨ‡. {āĪāĪĻ}

āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ,
āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĩāĪ°āĨ€āĪē āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĪū, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĪ–āĨāĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĪ–āĨāĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĪ–āĨ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĪ–āĨāĪķāĪļ āĪĻ āĪœāĪūāĪĢāĪĪāĪū āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ,
āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĪ–āĨāĪļ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĪū, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨāĪ°āĨāĪēāĪ•āĨāĪ· āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ
āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪū āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĪēāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪķāĪŋāĪĩāĪūāĪŊ, āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ– āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪ…āĪļāĪŪāĪ°āĨāĪĨ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡; āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĨāĪļ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪĻ
āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĪū āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨāĪ°āĨāĪēāĪ•āĨāĪ· āĪĻ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĪāĪū āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨ‡ āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪĪ āĪĻāĪūāĪđāĨ€, āĪāĪ•
āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ– āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪ…āĪļāĪŪāĪ°āĨāĪĨ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡; āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪšāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĪū āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ,
āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ, āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪšāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĪū āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‚āĪĻāĪū āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĶāĨ‡āĪĪ āĪĻāĪūāĪđāĨ€. āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ–āĪļ,
āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪēāĪ—āĪūāĪĩ āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĪū āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ·āĨāĪ• āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢāĪŠāĪĢāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĪœāĨ‚āĪĻ āĪĻ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĪū, āĪ­āĪŋāĪ•āĨāĪ•āĪđāĨāĪĻāĪūāĪķāĪŋāĪĩāĪūāĪŊ
āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪū āĪļāĨ‹āĪĄāĪēāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪķāĪŋāĪĩāĪūāĪŊ, āĪĶāĨāĪƒāĪ– āĪĻāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĪ āĪ…āĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŪ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡.

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‡.

āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨ€āĪŊāĪū āĪŪāĨ‡āĪŸāĪū āĪļāĨāĪŸāĨāĪŸāĪū: āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĪēāĨ‡ āĪ‡āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū (táŧŦ kinh)
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00:02:10 Pratham Tuj Pahata
00:05:23 He Aadima He Antima
00:08:12 Nirgunache Bheti Aalo
00:12:51 Tujhe Suryadev Naam
00:15:44 Guntata Hriday He
00:19:14 Shirdi He Pandharpur Maze
00:25:02 Deva Gharche Dnyat Kunala
00:28:21 Janvijan Zale Aamha
00:32:00 Deva Tuza Mee Sonar
00:35:23 Nako Visaru Sanket Milanacha
00:38:33 He Shivshankar
00:41:52 Prem Vardaan Smar Sada
00:46:13 Vinayaka Ho Sidhiganesha
00:48:58 Anand Sudha Barse
00:56:33 Yatiman Mam Manit
01:00:48 Sangeet Ras Suras Mam Jeevanadhar
01:04:03 Saad Deti Himshikhare
01:07:24 Swapnat Pahile Je
01:11:13 Tama Nisecha Sarala
00:14:20 Akashi Pulla(Drama Song)




Song Credits
Song: Pratham Tuj Pahata
Album: Mumbaicha Jawai
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Sudhir Phadke
Lyricist: G.D. Madgulkar
Song: He Aadima He Antima
Album: Anand Sudha Ramdas Kamat
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Yeshwant Deo
Lyricist: Vasant Ninave
Song: Nirgunache Bheti Aalo
Album: Anand Sudha Ramdas Kamat
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Yeshwant Deo
Lyricist: Sant Gorakumbhar
Song: Tujhe Suryadev Naam
Album: Utha Utha Sakalik - Bhupali And Bhakti Geete
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Veena Chitko
Lyricist: Gangadhar Mahambare
Song: Guntata Hriday He
Album: Matsygandha -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Vasant Kanetkar
Song: Shirdi He Pandharpur Maze
Album: Santanchi Bhakti Geete
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: C. Ramchandra
Lyricist: Ram Gulam
Song: Deva Gharche Dnyat Kunala
Album: Matsygandha -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Vasant Kanetkar
Song: Janvijan Zale Aamha
Album: Pranav Omkar Shiva
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Yeshwant Deo
Lyricist: Sant Tukaram (Traditional)
Song: Deva Tuza Mee Sonar
Album: Anand Sudha Ramdas Kamat
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Yeshwant Deo
Lyricist: Sant Narhari Sonar (Traditional)
Song: Nako Visaru Sanket Milanacha
Album: Matsygandha -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Vasant Kanetkar
Song: He Shivshankar
Album: Thapadya
Artist: Ramdas Kamat, Chorus
Music Director: Bal Palsule
Lyricist: Annasaheb Deulgaonkar

Song: Prem Vardaan Smar Sada
Album: Yayati Devayani -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Kusumagraj
Song: Vinayaka Ho Sidhiganesha
Album: Daar Ughad Daya Dar -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat, Chorus
Music Director: Vishwanath More
Lyricist: Ashokji Paranjape
Song: Anand Sudha Barse
Album: Meera Madhura -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Kusumagraj
Song: Yatiman Mam Manit
Album: Yayati Devayani -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Kusumagraj
Song: Sangeet Ras Suras Mam Jeevanadhar
Album: He Bandh Reshmache -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Shanta Shelke
Song: Saad Deti Himshikhare
Album: Matsygandha -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Vasant Kanetkar
Song: Swapnat Pahile Je
Album: Meera Madhura -Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Pt. Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Vasant Kanetkar
Song: Tama Nisecha Sarala
Album: Jajati Devjani-Drama
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: P.Jitendra Abhisheki
Lyricist: Kusumagraj
Song: Akashi Pulla(Drama Song)
Album: Guntata Hriday He - Ramdas Kamat
Artist: Ramdas Kamat
Music Director: Srinibas Khalle
Lyricist: Baman Deshpande


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\78) Classical Odia (Oriya)

āŽķāŽūāŽļā­āŽĪā­āŽ°ā­€ā­Ÿ āŽ“āŽĄāŽŋāŽ†āŽ°ā­‡ āŽ…āŽ­āŽŋāŽœāŽūāŽĻ āŽŽā­āŽŸāŽūāŽŸāŽū (āŽ“āŽĄāŽŋāŽ†)
- āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ– āŽœāŽūāŽĢāŽŋāŽŽāŽū -
[āŽ…āŽŽāŽŋāŽœā­ąāŽūāŽŸā­€]
āŽĶā­
suffering āŽ–āŽ° āŽŽāŽŋāŽĻāŽūāŽķ āŽŠāŽūāŽ‡āŽ āŽĶā­āŽ‡āŽŸāŽŋ āŽļāŽ°ā­āŽĪā­āŽĪ (āŽŠā­āŽĢāŽĻāŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­€) āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋ (āŽŠā­āŽĢāŽĻāŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­€ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ—
| āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽāŽđāŽŋ āŽĶā­āŽ‡āŽœāŽĢāŽ™ā­āŽ• āŽŪāŽ§ā­ā­ŸāŽ°ā­ āŽ•ā­‡āŽŽāŽģ āŽ—ā­‹āŽŸāŽŋāŽ āŽ‰āŽŠāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ§ā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽĻ āŽĶā­‡āŽŽāŽū āŽŠāŽūāŽ‡āŽ āŽļāŽšā­‡āŽĪāŽĻ āŽđā­‡āŽŽāŽū
āŽ‰āŽšāŽŋāŽĪā­ |
āŽ‡āŽ‚āŽ°āŽūāŽœā­€ |
(āŽ•āŽĶāŽģāŽĪāŽū) sā āŽ•āŽūāŽĻāŽĪā­āŽļāŽĪāŽ™ā­āŽ• āŽĻāŽŋāŽ•āŽŸāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ–ā­‹āŽēāŽŋāŽŽāŽū | {n}
āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ–
āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū, āŽ­ā­āŽ•āŽđā­āŽļā­, āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽŽāŽŋāŽšā­āŽ›āŽŋāŽĻā­āŽĻ āŽĻāŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚
āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽļāŽūāŽđāŽūāŽŊā­ā­Ÿ āŽĻāŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ, āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽŊāŽĻā­āŽĪā­āŽ°āŽĢāŽū āŽĻāŽ·ā­āŽŸ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ…āŽļāŽŪāŽ°ā­āŽĨ; āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ– āŽœāŽūāŽĢāŽŋ
āŽĶāŽŋāŽ†āŽŊāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽŋ, āŽĶā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸ āŽŽā­
understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū, āŽ˜āŽūāŽļāŽ°ā­‹āŽŠāŽŋ, āŽāŽđāŽū āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋāŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽĻāŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽļāŽūāŽđāŽūāŽŊā­ā­Ÿ āŽ•āŽēāŽū, āŽœāŽĢā­‡
āŽĶā­ suffering āŽ–āŽ•ā­ āŽ§ā­ā­ąāŽ‚āŽļ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ…āŽļāŽŪāŽ°ā­āŽĨ; āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ– āŽœāŽūāŽĢāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­
understanding āŽŋāŽŽāŽū, āŽĶā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū, āŽĶā­āŽ·ā­āŽŸ āŽŽā­ understanding
āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽŽāŽŋāŽĻāŽū āŽœāŽūāŽĢāŽŋāŽķā­āŽĢāŽŋ āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽĻāŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽļāŽūāŽđāŽūāŽŊā­ā­Ÿ āŽ•āŽēāŽū, āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽĶā­ suffering āŽ–āŽ•ā­
āŽ§ā­ā­ąāŽ‚āŽļ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ…āŽļāŽŪāŽ°ā­āŽĨ; āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ– āŽœāŽūāŽĢāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽ‚āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽĻāŽŋāŽ°ā­āŽŪāŽūāŽĢ, āŽ˜ā­‡āŽ•ā­,
āŽļā­‡āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽ™ā­āŽ• āŽĻāŽŋāŽ•āŽŸāŽ•ā­ āŽŽāŽŋāŽļāŽ°ā­āŽœāŽĻ āŽĻāŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽļāŽ‚āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚
āŽļā­‡āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽ™ā­āŽ•ā­ āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋāŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽĻāŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽļā­‡āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽ™ā­āŽ•ā­ āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋāŽĪā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ— āŽ•āŽēāŽū, āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽĶā­ suffering āŽ–āŽ•ā­
āŽ§ā­ā­ąāŽ‚āŽļ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ…āŽļāŽŪāŽ°ā­āŽĨ; āŽļāŽŋāŽ§āŽūāŽļāŽģāŽ– āŽļā­āŽĨāŽŋāŽ° āŽĻāŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡ āŽĻāŽŋāŽ°ā­āŽŽāŽŋāŽķā­‡āŽ·
āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋāŽŠāŽūāŽ°ā­ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding
āŽŋāŽŠāŽūāŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋāŽŠāŽūāŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡ āŽŽā­
understanding āŽūāŽŪāŽĢāŽū āŽĻāŽ•āŽ°āŽŋ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽŽā­ understanding āŽŋāŽŠāŽūāŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū |
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
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83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ,

āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš āĻ…āĻ­āĻŋāĻœāĻĻāĻūāĻĻ āĻļāЂāĻŸāĻū- āĻ•āĻēāĻŽāĻūāĻēāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāЍāĻ°āĻŽāĐ°āĻ§āĻ•
- āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢāĻĻāĻū -
[āĻ…āĻŽāĻūāĻˆāĻœāĻĻāĻūāĻŸāЀ]
āĻĶāЋ
āĻđāĻūāĻēāĻūāĻĪ (āĻļāĻŪāĻūāĻĻāĻūāĻ°āĻĨāЀ) āĻĶāЇ āĻĩāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻļāĻž āĻēāĻˆ āĻšāĻūāĻ° āĻĶāЇ āĻ°āЂāĻŠ āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš āĻĶāЋāĻđāĻ°āЇ āĻđāĻĻ): āĻŠāЂāĻ°āЀ āĻļāĻŪāĻ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ
āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ—. āĻ‡āĻ• āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻļāĻŋāĻ°āĻŦ āĻ‡āĻĻāЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻĶāЋāĻĩāĻūāĻ‚ āĻĩāĻŋāĻšāЋāĻ‚ āĻ‡āĻ• ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻ§āĻŋāĻ†āĻĻ āĻĻāĻū āĻĶāЇāĻĢāĻū āĻšāĻūāĻđāЀāĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ.
āĻ…āĐ°āĻ—āĻ°āЇāĻœāĻžāЀ
(āĻļāĻļāĻŸāĻū) āĻļāĐ°āĻĪāĻūāĻĨāЀ āĻĩāЇāĻēāЇ āĻ–āЋāĻēāЍāĻđāĻĢāĻū. {N}
āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ
āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻ‚āĻĶāЇ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻŠāЂāĻ°āЀ āĻĪāĻ°āЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāĻŪāĻāЇ āĻŦāĻūāĻ°āĻŪ, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āĻ–āЁāĻļ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻŽāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻ‚ āĻŽāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻ‚
āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ—āĻĢ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ—āĻĢ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻ…āĻļāĻŪāĻ°āĻĨ āĻđāЈ, āĻ‰āĻđ āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ–āĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĻāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻ āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš
āĻ…āĻļāĻŪāĻ°āĻĨ āĻđāĻĻ; āĻŽāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢāЇ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻŠāЂāĻ°āЀ āĻĪāĻ°āЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāĻŪāĻāЇ āĻ­āĻūāĻĩāĻĻāĻū, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āĻ–āЁāĻļ
āĻĶāЇ āĻŽāĻ—āЈāĻ°, āĻ­āЁāĐąāĻ•āЇ āĻđāЋāĻ āĻŽāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻ‚ āĻŽāĻĶāĻĻāĻūāĻŪāЀ āĻŠāЍāĻ°āĻūāĻŠāĻĪ āĻđāЋāĻ, āĻ•āЋāĻˆ āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ–āĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĻāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻ āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš
āĻ…āĻļāĻŪāĻ°āĻĨ āĻđāЈ; āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ āĻĪāЌāĻ° ‘āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢāЇ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻŠāЂāĻ°āЀ āĻĪāĻ°āЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāĻŪāĻāĻĢ āĻĩāĻūāĻēāЇ āĻ§āĻūāĻ°āĻĻāĻū, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āĻ–āЁāĻļ
āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻŽāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻ‚ āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ—āĻĢ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ—āĻĢ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻ…āĻļāĻŪāĻ°āĐąāĻĨ āĻđāЋ, āĻ•āЋāĻˆ āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ–āĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ°
āĻĻāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻ…āĻļāĻŪāĻ°āĐąāĻĨ āĻđāЈ; āĻŽāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢ-āĻŠāĻ›āĻūāĻĢ, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āĻĪāЇ, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āĻĪāЇ,
āĻ­āĻŋāĻ•āĻšāЁāĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĻāĻū āĻļāĻŪāĻāЇ āĻŽāĻ—āЈāĻ° āĻ•āĻŋ āĻ•āЋāĻˆ āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ– āĻāĐąāĻēāĻĢāĻū āĻ…āĻļāĻŪāĻ°āĐąāĻĨ āĻđāЈ. āĻŽāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāĻŋāĐąāĻ§āЇ āĻœāĻūāĻĢ āĻ•āЇ
āĻšāЇāĻĪāĻĻāĻū, āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻ–āЀ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻļāĻŪāĻāĻĢ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻļāĻŪāĻāĻĢ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻŽāĻ—āЈāĻ° āĻŽāĻŋāĻĻāĻūāĻ‚ āĻļāЋāĻšāЇ āĻœāĻūāĻ‚āĻĶāЇ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ°
āĻĪāĻŋāĻ†āĻ—āĻĢ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻ…āĻļāĻŪāĻ°āĐąāĻĨ āĻđāЈ, āĻ•āЋāĻˆ āĻĶāЁāĐąāĻ–āĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĻāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻ āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš āĻ…āĻļāĻŪāĻ°āĐąāĻĨ āĻđāЈ.
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.
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87) Classical Sanskrit āĪ›āĨāĪēāĪļāĨāĪļāĪŋāĪšāĪēāĨ āĪ·āĪĻāĨāĪļāĨāĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĪāĨ


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

𝓛𝓔ð“Ēð“Ē𝓞𝓝 4098 āĪļāĨ‹āĪŪ 20 āĪļāĪŋāĪĪāĪ‚āĪŽāĪ° 2021
āĪŠāĨ‡āĪĄāĪž
āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪĩāĨˆāĪ•āĪūāĪĻāĪū
āĪļāĪšāĪŋāĪĪāĨāĪ° āĪ§āĪŪāĨāĪŪāĪūāĪŠāĪūāĪĄāĪū āĪļāĪĪāĨāĪŊ āĪ…āĪ§āĨāĪŊāĪūāĪŊ 9 āĪŽāĨāĪ°āĪūāĪˆ āĪ•āĪū āĪ–āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĪū
- āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪķāĪŽāĨāĪĶ -
āĪķāĨāĪēāĨ‹āĪ• 116. āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ•āĪ­āĨ€ āĪļāĪ‚āĪ•āĨ‹āĪš āĪĻ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‡āĪ‚
āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪ“āĪ° āĪœāĪēāĨāĪĶāĨ€ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‹
āĪ”āĪ° āĪŽāĨāĪ°āĪūāĪˆ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪēāĪŋāĪ āĪŪāĪĻ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪœāĪūāĪāĪš āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‡āĪ‚āĨĪ
āĪœāĨ‹ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪŸ āĪŽāĪĻāĪūāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ§āĨ€āĪŪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ
āĪĶāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪĶāĪŋāĪŪāĪūāĪ— āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĻāĪĪāĪūāĨĪ
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪŠāĨāĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ, āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ§āĪūāĪĩāĨ€ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŪāĪūāĪŪāĪēāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚, āĪļāĪĪāĪ°āĨāĪ• āĪ°āĪđāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪ”āĪ° āĪœāĪēāĨāĪĶāĨ€ āĪļāĨ‡
āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‡āĪ‚āĨĪ āĪŽāĨāĪ°āĪūāĪˆ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪ–āĪŋāĪēāĪūāĪŦ āĪŪāĪĻ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪ°āĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪū āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‡āĪ‚āĨĪ āĪŊāĪĶāĪŋ āĪ•āĨ‹āĪˆ āĪđāĪŋāĪ‚āĪļāĪ• āĪ°āĨ‚āĪŠ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ§āĪūāĪĩāĨ€
āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊāĨ‹āĪ‚ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪēāĪŋāĪ āĪĨāĪū, āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪ‰āĪļāĪ•āĪū āĪĶāĪŋāĪŪāĪūāĪ— āĪŽāĨāĪ°āĨ€ āĪšāĨ€āĪœāĨ‹āĪ‚ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĻ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĻāĪū
āĪķāĨāĪ°āĨ‚ āĪ•āĪ° āĪĶāĨ‡āĪ—āĪūāĨĪ
āĪķāĨāĪēāĨ‹āĪ• 118. āĪļāĪ‚āĪšāĪŋāĪĪ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪŸ āĪ–āĨāĪķāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪ“āĪ° āĪœāĪūāĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ
āĪ…āĪ—āĪ° āĪ•āĪŋāĪļāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ•āĨāĪ› āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊāĪĪāĪū āĪšāĪūāĪđāĪŋāĪ
āĪŽāĪūāĪ°-āĪŽāĪūāĪ° āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‹āĨĪ
āĪ•āĪŋāĪļāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪŊāĪđ āĪĻāĪŊāĪū āĪ•āĪ°āĪĻāĪū āĪšāĪūāĪđāĪŋāĪ
āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊāĪĪāĪū āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪēāĪŋāĪ āĪ–āĨāĪķāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪēāĪŋāĪ āĪŽāĪĒāĪžāĪĪāĨ€ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪāĪ• āĪĩāĨāĪŊāĪ•āĨāĪĪāĪŋ āĪ•āĨāĪ› āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ§āĪūāĪĩāĨ€ āĪ—āĪĪāĪŋāĪĩāĪŋāĪ§āĪŋ āĪ•āĪ° āĪļāĪ•āĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ āĪ‰āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ‡āĪļāĨ‡ āĪŽāĪūāĪ°-āĪŽāĪūāĪ° āĪĶāĨ‹āĪđāĪ°āĪūāĪĻāĪū
āĪšāĪūāĪđāĪŋāĪāĨĪ āĪ‰āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ‰āĪļ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ§āĪūāĪĩāĨ€ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪ°āĪĩāĪūāĪˆ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ‚ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪļāĪĻāĨāĪĻ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĻāĪū āĪšāĪūāĪđāĪŋāĪāĨĪ āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊāĪĪāĪū āĪ•āĪū āĪļāĪ‚āĪšāĪŊ
āĪ–āĨāĪķāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪ“āĪ° āĪœāĪūāĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ
āĪķāĨāĪēāĨ‹āĪ• 122. āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊāĪĪāĪū āĪ•āĪŪ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪŪ āĪŽāĪĒāĪžāĪĪāĨ€ āĪđāĨˆ
āĪđāĪēāĨāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ­āĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪŪāĪĪ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‹,
‘āĪŊāĪđ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĨ‡ āĪŠāĪūāĪļ āĪĻāĪđāĨ€āĪ‚ āĪ†āĪāĪ—āĪū’,
āĪŠāĪūāĪĻāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪŽāĨ‚āĪ‚āĪĶāĨ‹āĪ‚ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪ—āĪŋāĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪļāĨ‡
āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĪūāĪĻāĨ€ āĪœāĪūāĪ° āĪ­āĪ°āĪū āĪđāĨāĪ† āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ
āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪūāĪˆ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪļāĪūāĪĨ āĪ‹āĪ·āĪŋ āĪ–āĨāĪĶ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ­āĪ°āĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ,
āĪĩāĪđ āĪĨāĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪū āĪ•āĪŪ āĪđāĨ‹ āĪœāĪūāĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪ•āĨāĪ› āĪļāĨ‹āĪšāĪĪāĨ‡ āĪđāĨˆāĪ‚ āĪ•āĪŋ āĪŠāĨāĪĢāĨāĪŊ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪđāĪēāĨāĪ•āĨ‡ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪēāĪŋāĪŊāĪū āĪœāĪū āĪļāĪ•āĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ, āĪ”āĪ° āĪ‰āĪļ āĪ—āĨāĪĢ āĪ•āĪū āĪ…āĪ­āĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ
āĪ•āĪŋāĪļāĨ€ āĪ­āĨ€ āĪķāĪūāĪĻāĪĶāĪūāĪ° āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĨ‡ āĪŠāĪ°āĪŋāĪĢāĪūāĪŪāĨ‹āĪ‚ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪēāĪūāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪļāĪ‚āĪ­āĪūāĪĩāĪĻāĪū āĪĻāĪđāĨ€āĪ‚ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ āĪŊāĪđ āĪĶāĨƒāĪķāĨāĪŊ āĪ•āĪūāĪŦāĨ€
āĪļāĪđāĨ€ āĪĻāĪđāĨ€āĪ‚ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ āĪāĪ• āĪĩāĨāĪŊāĪ•āĨāĪĪāĪŋ āĪĶāĨāĪĩāĪūāĪ°āĪū āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū āĪ•āĪŋāĪŊāĪū āĪ—āĪŊāĪū āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū āĪ•āĪŪ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪŪ āĪœāĪŪāĪū āĪđāĨ‹āĪĪāĪū
āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪŊāĪū āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĪūāĪĻāĨ€ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪŽāĪ°āĨāĪĪāĪĻ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ­āĪ°āĪĻāĨ‡, āĪĄāĨāĪ°āĨ‰āĪŠ āĪĶāĨāĪĩāĪūāĪ°āĪū āĪ›āĨ‹āĪĄāĪžāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ
āĪœāĨˆāĪļāĨ‡ āĪđāĨ€ āĪļāĪŪāĪŊ āĪšāĪē āĪ°āĪđāĪū āĪđāĨˆ, āĪ—āĨāĪĢ āĪ•āĨ‡ āĪ›āĨ‹āĪŸāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨƒāĪĪāĨāĪŊāĨ‹āĪ‚ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪœāĪŪāĪū āĪđāĨ‹āĪĪāĪū āĪđāĨˆ, āĪœāĪŽ āĪĪāĪ• āĪ•āĪŋ
āĪ…āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĶāĪ°āĨāĪķāĪĻ āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĪāĪ°āĪđ āĪļāĨ‡ āĪ­āĪ°āĪū āĪđāĨāĪ† āĪĻāĪđāĨ€āĪ‚ āĪđāĨˆāĨĪ
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13) Classical Assamese-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū

āĶŠāĶūāĶ  4098 āĶļā§‹āĶŪ 20 āĶ›ā§‡āĶŠā§āĶŸā§‡āĶŪā§āĶŽā§° 2021
āĶ—āĶ›
āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶ­āĶūāĶ•āĶūāĶĻāĶū
āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪ-āĶ§ā§ā§°ā§āĶŠāĶĶā§€ āĶ…āĶļāĶŪā§€āĶŊāĶžāĶū āĶļāĶĪā§āĶŊ āĶ…āĶ§ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶŊāĶž ā§Ŋ āĶ‡āĶ­āĶŋāĶēā§° āĶ‡āĶēāĶūāĶ·ā§āĶŸā§ā§°ā§‡āĶŸā§‡āĶĄ āĶ§āĶŪā§āĶŪāĶŠāĶĶ āĶŸā§ā§°ā§‡āĶœāĶūā§°ā§€
— āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§ā§° āĶ•āĶĨāĶū -
āĶķā§āĶēā§‹āĶ• ā§§ā§§ā§ŽāĨĪ āĶ­āĶūāĶē āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶ•ā§‡āĶĪāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ“ āĶļāĶ‚āĶ•ā§‹āĶš āĶĻāĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽ
āĶ­āĶūāĶēā§° āĶŦāĶūāĶēā§‡ āĶ–ā§°āĶ–ā§‡āĶĶāĶū āĶ•ā§°āĶ•
āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶŽā§‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŽāĶūāĶŽā§‡ āĶŪāĶĻāĶŸā§‹ āĶŠā§°ā§€āĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶū āĶ•ā§°āĶ•āĨĪ
āĶŊāĶŋāĶœāĶĻ āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶū āĶŽāĶĻāĶūāĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶ§ā§€ā§°
āĶĶā§āĶ·ā§āĶŸ āĶŪāĶĻāĶĪ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶŋāĶĪ āĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ
āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ–ā§āĶŊāĶū:
āĶ—ā§āĶĢā§€, āĶ—ā§āĶĢā§€ āĶ•āĶūā§°ā§āĶŊā§āĶŊ āĶ•ā§°āĶūā§° āĶ•ā§āĶ·ā§‡āĶĪā§ā§°āĶĪ, āĶļāĶĪā§°ā§āĶ• āĶđāĶ“āĶāĶ• āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶĶā§ā§°ā§āĶĪāĶĪāĶūā§°ā§‡ āĶ•āĶūāĶŪ āĶ•ā§°āĶ•āĨĪ āĶŪāĶĻāĶ•
āĶŽā§‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŠā§°āĶū ā§°āĶ•ā§āĶ·āĶū āĶ•ā§°āĶ•āĨĪ āĶŊāĶĶāĶŋ āĶ•ā§‹āĶĻā§‹āĶŽāĶūāĶ‡ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶŋāĶ§āĶūā§°ā§‡ āĶ—ā§āĶĢā§€ āĶ•āĶūā§°ā§āĶŊā§āĶŊ āĶ•ā§°ā§‡, āĶĪā§‡āĶĻā§āĶĪā§‡
āĶĪā§‡āĶ“āĶā§° āĶŪāĶĻāĶŸā§‹ā§ąā§‡ āĶŽā§‡āĶŊāĶžāĶū āĶ•āĶūāĶŪāĶĪ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶŋāĶĪ āĶđ’āĶŽāĶēā§ˆ āĶ†ā§°āĶŪā§āĶ­ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽāĨĪ
āĶķā§āĶēā§‹āĶ• ā§§ā§§ā§ŪāĨĪ āĶļāĶžā§āĶšāĶŋāĶĪ āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶūāĶ‡ āĶļā§āĶ–āĶēā§ˆ āĶēā§ˆ āĶŊāĶūāĶŊāĶž
āĶŊāĶĶāĶŋ āĶ•ā§‹āĶĻā§‹āĶŽāĶūāĶ‡ āĶ•āĶŋāĶ›ā§ āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶū āĶŠā§ā§°āĶļā§āĶĪā§āĶĪ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽ āĶēāĶūāĶ—ā§‡
āĶāĶ‡āĶŸā§‹ āĶŽāĶūā§°ā§‡ āĶŽāĶūā§°ā§‡ āĶ•ā§°āĶ•āĨĪ
āĶāĶœāĶĻā§‡ āĶĻāĶĪā§āĶĻāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūā§° āĶŽāĶūāĶŽā§‡ āĶ•āĶūāĶŪāĶĻāĶū āĶ•ā§°āĶū āĶ‰āĶšāĶŋāĶĪ
āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶūā§° āĶŽāĶūāĶŽā§‡ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶēā§ˆ āĶŽā§ƒāĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋ āĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ
āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ–ā§āĶŊāĶū:
āĶāĶœāĶĻ āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶ•ā§āĶĪāĶŋāĶŊāĶžā§‡ āĶ•āĶŋāĶ›ā§āĶŪāĶūāĶĻ āĶ—ā§āĶĢā§€ āĶ•āĶūā§°ā§āĶŊā§āĶŊ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋāĶŽ āĶŠāĶūā§°ā§‡āĨĪ āĶĪā§‡āĶ“āĶ āĶ‡āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ• āĶŽāĶūā§°ā§‡ āĶŽāĶūā§°ā§‡
āĶŠā§āĶĻā§°āĶūāĶŽā§ƒāĶĪā§āĶĪāĶŋ āĶ•ā§°āĶŋ āĶĨāĶūāĶ•āĶŋāĶŽ āĶēāĶūāĶ—āĶŋāĶŽāĨĪ āĶĪā§‡āĶ“āĶ āĶļā§‡āĶ‡ āĶ—ā§āĶĢā§€ āĶ•āĶūā§°ā§āĶŊā§āĶŊāĶĪ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶŋāĶĪ āĶđ’āĶŽ āĶēāĶūāĶ—āĶŋāĶŽāĨĪ
āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶū āĶœāĶŪāĶū āĶđā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§° āĶŦāĶēāĶĪ āĶļā§āĶ– āĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ
āĶķā§āĶēā§‹āĶ• ā§§ā§Ļā§ĻāĨĪ āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶū āĶ…āĶēāĶŠ āĶ•ā§ˆ āĶŽāĶūāĶĒāĶžāĶŋ āĶŊāĶūāĶŊāĶž
āĶŪāĶ™ā§āĶ—āĶēā§° āĶŽāĶŋāĶ·āĶŊāĶžā§‡ āĶĻāĶđāĶŊāĶž, āĶŠāĶūāĶĪāĶēāĶ•ā§ˆ āĶšāĶŋāĶĻā§āĶĪāĶū āĶ•ā§°āĶ•,
‘āĶāĶŸāĶū āĶ†āĶŪāĶūāĶ° āĶ•āĶūāĶ›ā§‡ āĶ†āĶļāĶŽā§‡ āĶĻāĶū’,
āĶ•āĶūā§°āĶĢ āĶŠāĶūāĶĻā§€ā§° āĶŸā§‹āĶŠāĶūāĶē āĶŠā§°āĶŋ āĶŊā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§° āĶŦāĶēāĶĪ
āĶŠāĶūāĶĻā§€ā§° āĶœāĶūā§° āĶāĶ–āĶĻ āĶ­ā§°ā§āĶĪāĶŋ āĶ•ā§°āĶū āĶđā§ˆāĶ›ā§‡āĨĪ
āĶŪāĶ™ā§āĶ—āĶēāĶŪāĶŊāĶžāĶ‹āĶ·āĶŋāĶŊāĶžā§‡ āĶĻāĶŋāĶœāĶ•ā§‡ āĶ­ā§°āĶūāĶ‡ āĶĪā§‹āĶēā§‡,
āĶļāĶŋ āĶ…āĶēāĶŠ āĶ…āĶēāĶŠ āĶĪāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶ‡ ā§°āĶūāĶ–ā§‡āĨĪ
āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ–ā§āĶŊāĶū:
āĶ•āĶŋāĶ›ā§āĶŪāĶūāĶĻā§‡ āĶ­āĶūāĶŽā§‡ āĶŊā§‡ āĶ—ā§āĶĢāĶ• āĶļāĶđāĶœāĶ­āĶūā§ąā§‡ āĶē’āĶŽ āĶŠāĶūā§°āĶŋ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶļā§‡āĶ‡ āĶ—ā§āĶĢā§° āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶūā§°āĶū āĶ•ā§‹āĶĻā§‹
āĶ†āĶ•ā§°ā§āĶ·āĶĢā§€āĶŊāĶž āĶ­āĶūāĶē āĶŦāĶēāĶūāĶŦāĶē āĶŠā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§° āĶļāĶŪā§āĶ­āĶūā§ąāĶĻāĶū āĶĻāĶūāĶ‡āĨĪ āĶāĶ‡ āĶĶā§ƒāĶķā§āĶŊāĶŸā§‹ āĶāĶ•ā§‡āĶŽāĶūā§°ā§‡ āĶķā§āĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶĻāĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ
āĶāĶœāĶĻ āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶ•ā§āĶĪāĶŋāĶŊāĶžā§‡ āĶ•ā§°āĶū āĶ­āĶūāĶēāĶ–āĶŋāĶĻāĶŋ āĶ…āĶēāĶŠ āĶ…āĶēāĶŠ āĶ•ā§ˆ āĶœāĶŪāĶū āĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ āĶŠā§ā§°āĶ•ā§ā§°āĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶŸā§‹ āĶŠāĶūāĶĻā§€-āĶŠāĶūāĶĪā§ā§°
āĶāĶŸāĶū āĶ­ā§°ā§āĶĪāĶŋ āĶ•ā§°āĶūā§° āĶĶā§°ā§‡, āĶŸā§‹āĶŠāĶūāĶēā§° āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶūā§°āĶū āĶđā§ā§°āĶūāĶļ āĶđā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§° āĶĶā§°ā§‡āĨĪ āĶļāĶŪāĶŊāĶž āĶŊā§‹ā§ąāĶūā§° āĶēāĶ—ā§‡ āĶēāĶ—ā§‡,
āĶļāĶĶā§āĶ—ā§āĶĢā§° āĶļā§°ā§ āĶļā§°ā§ āĶ•āĶūā§°ā§āĶŊā§āĶŊāĶŽā§‹ā§° āĶœāĶŪāĶū āĶđāĶŊāĶž, āĶŊā§‡āĶĪāĶŋāĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶēā§ˆāĶ•ā§‡ āĶ­āĶūāĶēā§° āĶ•āĶūāĶŪ āĶļāĶŪā§āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢā§°ā§‚āĶŠā§‡
āĶŠā§‚ā§°ā§āĶĢ āĶĻāĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ
āĶŽā§ŒāĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶœā§ˆāĶĻ āĶ§ā§°ā§āĶŪ_Buddhism Jaini
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āĶŽā§ŒāĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶœā§ˆāĶĻ āĶ§ā§°ā§āĶŪ_Buddhism Jainism|Gautam Buddha|Mahabir Jain|Assam Competitive Exam
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āĶŽā§ŒāĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶ†ā§°ā§ āĶœā§ˆāĶĻ āĶ§ā§°ā§āĶŪ_Buddhism Jainism|Gautam Buddha|Mahabir Jain|Assam Competitive Exam#Purvanchal_GK_Assam#Buddhism # Jainism


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


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āĶŽā§āĶĶā§āĶ§ āĶ­ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ•āĶūāĶĻāĶū
āĶļāĶĪā§āĶŊā§‡āĶ° āĶ§āĶŪāĶŠā§āĶŠāĶūāĶĶāĶū āĶŸā§āĶ°ā§‡āĶœāĶūāĶ°āĶŋ āĶāĶ° āĶšāĶĪā§āĶ°ā§āĶĨ āĶ…āĶ§ā§āĶŊāĶūāĶŊāĶž 9 āĶķāĶūāĶļā§āĶĪā§āĶ°ā§€āĶŊāĶž āĶŽāĶūāĶ™āĶūāĶēāĶŋ-āĶ•āĶūāĶļāĶŋāĶ•āĶūāĶē āĶŽāĶūāĶ‚āĶēāĶū
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āĶ†āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶĪ 116. āĶ­āĶūāĶē āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶŋāĶ§āĶū āĶ•āĶ°āĶŽā§‡āĶĻ āĶĻāĶū
āĶ­āĶūāĶē āĶĶāĶŋāĶ•ā§‡ āĶĪāĶūāĶĄāĶžāĶūāĶĪāĶūāĶĄāĶžāĶŋ āĶ•āĶ°āĶū
āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶŪāĶĻā§āĶĶ āĶœāĶĻā§āĶŊ āĶŪāĶĻ āĶšā§‡āĶ• āĶ•āĶ°ā§āĶĻāĨĪ
āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶū āĶ…āĶ°ā§āĶœāĶĻ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶ§ā§€āĶ°
āĶŪāĶĻā§āĶĶ āĶŪāĶĻā§‡āĶ° āĶŪāĶ§ā§āĶŊā§‡ delightsāĨĪ
āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ–ā§āĶŊāĶū:
āĶ§āĶūāĶ°ā§āĶŪāĶŋāĶ•, āĶŪā§‡āĶ§āĶūāĶŽā§€ āĶ•āĶ°ā§āĶŪ āĶļāĶžā§āĶšāĶūāĶēāĶĻā§‡āĶ° āĶ•ā§āĶ·ā§‡āĶĪā§āĶ°ā§‡, āĶļāĶĪāĶ°ā§āĶ• āĶĨāĶūāĶ•ā§āĶĻ āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶĶā§āĶ°ā§āĶĪ āĶ•āĶūāĶœ
āĶ•āĶ°ā§āĶĻāĨĪ āĶŪāĶĻā§āĶĶ āĶŽāĶŋāĶ°ā§āĶĶā§āĶ§ā§‡ āĶŪāĶĻ āĶŠāĶūāĶđāĶūāĶ°āĶūāĨĪ āĶŊāĶĶāĶŋ āĶ•ā§‡āĶ‰ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶŋāĶ§āĶūāĶ—ā§āĶ°āĶļā§āĶĪ āĶđāĶŊāĶž āĶĪāĶŽā§‡ āĶŪā§‡āĶ§āĶūāĶŽā§€ āĶ•āĶ°ā§āĶŪ
āĶļāĶžā§āĶšāĶūāĶēāĶĻ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪ, āĶĪāĶūāĶ° āĶŪāĶĻ āĶŪāĶĻā§āĶĶ āĶœāĶŋāĶĻāĶŋāĶļāĶ—ā§āĶēāĶŋāĶĪā§‡ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶāĶŋāĶĪ āĶđāĶĪā§‡ āĶķā§āĶ°ā§ āĶ•āĶ°āĶŽā§‡āĨĪ
āĶ†āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶĪ 118. āĶļāĶ‚āĶ—ā§ƒāĶđā§€āĶĪ āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶū āĶļā§āĶ– āĶŽāĶūāĶĄāĶžā§‡
āĶŊāĶĶāĶŋ āĶ•ā§‡āĶ‰ āĶ•āĶŋāĶ›ā§ āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶū āĶ•āĶ°āĶū āĶ‰āĶšāĶŋāĶĪ
āĶāĶŸāĶū āĶ†āĶŽāĶūāĶ° āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶ†āĶŽāĶūāĶ° āĶĻāĶūāĨĪ
āĶāĶ• āĶāĶŸāĶŋ āĶĻāĶĪā§āĶĻ āĶœāĶĻā§āĶŊ āĶ•āĶūāĶŪāĶĻāĶū āĶ•āĶ°āĶū āĶ‰āĶšāĶŋāĶĪ
āĶŪā§‡āĶŊāĶžā§‡āĶ° āĶœāĶĻā§āĶŊ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶ āĶŽā§ƒāĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋ āĶŠāĶūāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ
āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ–ā§āĶŊāĶū:
āĶāĶ•āĶœāĶĻ āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶ•ā§āĶĪāĶŋ āĶ•āĶŋāĶ›ā§ āĶŪā§‡āĶ§āĶūāĶŽā§€ āĶ•āĶūāĶ°ā§āĶŊāĶ•āĶēāĶūāĶŠ āĶ•āĶ°āĶĪā§‡ āĶŠāĶūāĶ°ā§‡āĨĪ āĶĪāĶŋāĶĻāĶŋ āĶ“āĶ­āĶūāĶ° āĶŠā§āĶĻāĶ°āĶūāĶŽā§ƒāĶĪā§āĶĪāĶŋ āĶ‰āĶŠāĶ°
āĶ°āĶūāĶ–āĶū āĶ†āĶŽāĶķā§āĶŊāĶ•āĨĪ āĶĪāĶŋāĶĻāĶŋ āĶŊā§‡ āĶŪā§‡āĶ§āĶūāĶŽā§€ āĶ•āĶ°ā§āĶŪā§‡ āĶ†āĶĻāĶĻā§āĶĶ āĶĻāĶŋāĶĪā§‡ āĶđāĶŽā§‡āĨĪ āĶŊā§‹āĶ—ā§āĶŊāĶĪāĶū āĶļāĶ‚āĶķā§āĶēā§‡āĶ·āĶĢ āĶļā§āĶ–
āĶŽāĶūāĶĄāĶžā§‡āĨĪ
āĶ†āĶŊāĶžāĶūāĶĪ 122. āĶŪā§‡āĶ§āĶū āĶļāĶūāĶŪāĶūāĶĻā§āĶŊ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶūāĶ°āĶū āĶļāĶūāĶŪāĶūāĶĻā§āĶŊ āĶŽā§ƒāĶĶā§āĶ§āĶŋ āĶŠāĶūāĶŊāĶž
āĶ§āĶūāĶ°ā§āĶŪāĶŋāĶ•āĶĪāĶū āĶĻāĶū āĶđāĶūāĶēāĶ•āĶū āĶšāĶŋāĶĻā§āĶĪāĶū,
‘āĶāĶŸāĶū āĶ†āĶŪāĶūāĶ° āĶ•āĶūāĶ›ā§‡ āĶ†āĶļāĶŽā§‡ āĶĻāĶū’,
āĶœāĶē āĶĄā§āĶ°āĶŠ āĶŠāĶĪāĶĻ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶūāĶ°āĶū āĶœāĶĻā§āĶŊ
āĶāĶ•āĶŸāĶŋ āĶœāĶē āĶœāĶūāĶ° āĶ­āĶ°āĶū āĶđāĶŊāĶžāĨĪ
āĶ§āĶūāĶ°ā§āĶŪāĶŋāĶ•āĶĪāĶū āĶļāĶ™ā§āĶ—ā§‡ āĶ‹āĶ·āĶŋ āĶĻāĶŋāĶœā§‡āĶ•ā§‡ āĶŠā§‚āĶ°āĶĢ āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡,
āĶĪāĶŋāĶĻāĶŋ āĶļāĶūāĶŪāĶūāĶĻā§āĶŊ āĶĶā§āĶŽāĶūāĶ°āĶū āĶļāĶūāĶŪāĶūāĶĻā§āĶŊ āĶ†āĶŠ soaksāĨĪ
āĶŽā§āĶŊāĶūāĶ–ā§āĶŊāĶū:
āĶ•āĶŋāĶ›ā§ āĶŪāĶĻā§‡ āĶ•āĶ°ā§‡ āĶŊā§‡ āĶļāĶĶāĶ—ā§āĶĢāĶŸāĶŋ āĶđāĶūāĶēāĶ•āĶūāĶ­āĶūāĶŽā§‡ āĶ—ā§āĶ°āĶđāĶĢ āĶ•āĶ°āĶū āĶŊā§‡āĶĪā§‡ āĶŠāĶūāĶ°ā§‡, āĶāĶŽāĶ‚ āĶŊā§‡ āĶ—ā§āĶĢāĶ—āĶĪāĶŸāĶŋ
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āīĩāīŋāīķāīĶāĩ€āī•āī°āīĢāī‚:
āīļāīĶāĩāī—āĩāīĢāīŪāĩāīģāĩāīģ, āīŊāĩ‹āī—āĩāīŊāīŪāīūāīŊ āīŠāĩāī°āīĩāĩžāīĪāĩāīĪāīĻāī™āĩāī™āĩū āīĻāīŸāīĪāĩāīĪāĩāīĻāĩāīĻ āī•āīūāī°āĩāīŊāīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāĩ―, āīœāīūāī—āĩāī°āīĪ
āīŠāīūāīēāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāī•, āīĩāĩ‡āī—āīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāĩ― āīŠāĩāī°āīĩāĩžāīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāī•. āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩāīŪāīŊāĩāī•āĩāī•āĩ†āīĪāīŋāī°āĩ† āīŪāīĻāīļāĩāīļāīŋāīĻāĩ†
āīļāĩ‚āī•āĩāī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāī•. āī’āī°āīūāĩū āīŊāĩ‹āī—āĩāīŊāīŪāīūāīŊ āīĻāīŸāīŠāīŸāīŋāī•āĩū āīŪāīŸāīŋāīļāĩāīĨāīūāīĻāīŠāĩāīŠāĩ†āīŸāĩāī•āīŊāīūāīĢāĩ†āī™āĩāī•āīŋāĩ―, āī…āīĩāīĻāĩāīąāĩ†
āīŪāīĻāīļāĩāīļāĩ āīĪāīŋāīĻāĩāīŪāī•āīģāīŋāĩ― āī†āīĻāīĻāĩāīĶāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīūāĩŧ āīĪāĩāīŸāī™āĩāī™āĩāī‚.
118-āīūāī‚ āīĩāīūāī•āĩāīŊāī‚. āīķāĩ‡āī–āī°āīŋāīšāĩāīš āīŪāĩ†āīąāīŋāīąāĩāīąāĩ āīļāīĻāĩāīĪāĩ‹āī·āīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‡āī•āĩāī•āĩ āīĻāīŊāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ
āī’āī°āīūāĩū āīšāīŋāīē āīŪāĩ†āīąāīŋāīąāĩāīąāĩ āī‰āīĢāĩāīŸāīūāī•āĩāī•āīĢāīŪāĩ†āī™āĩāī•āīŋāĩ―
āī…āīĪāĩ āīĩāĩ€āīĢāĩāīŸāĩāī‚ āīĩāĩ€āīĢāĩāīŸāĩāī‚ āīšāĩ†āīŊāĩāīŊāĩāī•.
āī’āī°āīūāĩū āī…āīĪāīŋāīĻāīūāīŊāīŋ āīŠāĩāīĪāĩāīĪāīūāīŊāīŋ āī†āī—āĩāī°āīđāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ
āīŊāĩ‹āī—āĩāīŊāīĪāīŊāĩ† āīļāīĻāĩāīĪāĩ‹āī·āīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ.
āīĩāīŋāīķāīĶāĩ€āī•āī°āīĢāī‚:
āī’āī°āĩ āīĩāĩāīŊāī•āĩāīĪāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩ āīšāīŋāīēāĩž āīŊāĩ‹āī—āĩāīŊāīĪāīŊāīŋāīēāĩāīēāīūāīĪāĩāīĪ āīŠāĩāī°āīĩāĩžāīĪāĩāīĪāīĻāī‚ āīĻāīŸāīĪāĩāīĪāīūāī‚. āī…āīŊāīūāĩū āī…āīĪāĩ
āī†āīĩāĩžāīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāīšāĩāīšāĩāī•āĩŠāīĢāĩāīŸāīŋāī°āīŋāī•āĩāī•āīĢāī‚, āīŪāĩāī•āīģāīŋāīēāĩāī‚. āī† āīŊāĩ‹āī—āĩāīŊāīŪāīūāīŊ āīŠāĩāī°āīĩāĩƒāīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāīŊāīŋāĩ― āī…āīĩāĩŧ
āī†āīĻāīĻāĩāīĶāīŋāī•āĩāī•āīĢāī‚. āīŊāĩ‹āī—āĩāīŊāīĪāīŊāĩāīŸāĩ† āīķāĩ‡āī–āī°āīĢāī‚ āīļāīĻāĩāīĪāĩ‹āī·āīĪāĩāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‡āī•āĩāī•āĩ āīĻāīŊāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ.
āīĩāīūāī•āĩāīŊāī‚ 122. āīŪāĩ†āīąāīŋāīąāĩāīąāĩ āī•āĩāīąāīšāĩāīšāĩ āīšāĩ†āīąāĩāīĪāīūāīŊāīŋ āīĩāīģāī°āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ
āīĻāīĻāĩāīŪāīŊāĩ† āīĻāīŋāīļāĩāīļāīūāī°āīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ āī•āī°āĩāīĪāĩāī•,
‘āī…āīĪāĩ āīŽāīĻāĩāīąāĩ†āīŊāīŸāĩāī•āĩāī•āĩ― āīĩāī°āīŋāīēāĩāīē’,
āīĩāĩ†āīģāĩāīģāī‚ āīĩāĩ€āīīāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāīŋāīēāĩ‚āīŸāĩ†
āī’āī°āĩ āīĩāīūāīŸāĩāīŸāĩž āīŠāīūāīĪāĩāī°āī‚ āīĻāīŋāīąāīžāĩāīžāīŋāī°āīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ.
āīĻāīĻāĩāīŪāīŊāĩāīģāĩāīģ āīŪāĩāīĻāīŋ āīļāĩāīĩāīŊāī‚ āīĻāīŋāīąāīŊāĩāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ,
āī…āīŊāīūāĩū āī•āĩāīąāīšāĩāīšāĩāī•āĩ‚āīŸāĩ† āī•āĩāīąāīšāĩāīšāĩāī•āīūāīĢāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ.
āīĩāīŋāīķāīĶāĩ€āī•āī°āīĢāī‚:
āīšāīŋāīēāĩž āī•āī°āĩāīĪāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ, āīŠāĩāīĢāĩāīŊāī‚ āīĻāīŋāīļāĩāīļāīūāī°āīŪāīūāīŊāīŋ āī•āīūāīĢāĩāī‚, āī’āīŠāĩāīŠāī‚ āīŠāĩāīĢāĩāīŊāī‚ āīŠāĩāī°āīŊāĩ‹āī—āīŋāīšāĩāīšāīĪāĩāī‚
āī…āīĪāīŋāīķāīŊāī•āī°āīŪāīūāīŊ āīĻāīēāĩāīē āīŦāīēāī™āĩāī™āĩū āī•āĩŠāīĢāĩāīŸāĩāīĩāī°āĩāīĩāīūāĩŧ āīļāīūāī§āĩāīŊāīĪāīŊāīŋāīēāĩāīē. āīˆ āī•āīūāīīāĩāīš āīĪāīŋāī•āīšāĩāīšāĩāī‚
āīķāī°āīŋāīŊāīēāĩāīē. āī’āī°āĩ āīĩāĩāīŊāī•āĩāīĪāīŋāīŊāĩāīŸāĩ† āīĻāīēāĩāīēāīĪāĩ āī•āĩāīąāīšāĩāīšāĩāī•āĩ‚āīŸāīŋ āī…āīŸāīŋāīžāĩāīžāĩ āī•āĩ‚āīŸāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāĩ. āīˆ āīŠāĩāī°āī•āĩāī°āīŋāīŊ
āī’āī°āĩ āīĩāīūāīŸāĩāīŸāĩž-āīŠāĩ‹āīŸāĩāīŸāĩ āīŠāĩ‚āī°āīŋāīŠāĩāīŠāīŋāī•āĩāī•āĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāĩ āīŠāĩ‹āīēāĩ†āīŊāīūāīĢāĩ, āīĄāĩāī°āĩ‹āīŠāĩāīŠāĩ āīĩāīīāīŋ. āīļāīŪāīŊāī‚
āī•āīīāīŋāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĪāĩ‹āīąāĩāī‚, āīĻāīēāĩāīēāīĪāĩ āīšāĩ†āīŊāĩāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīŊāīūāĩū āīŠāĩ‚āĩžāīĢāĩāīĢāīŪāīūāīŊāĩāī‚ āīĻāīŋāīąāīŊāĩāīĻāĩāīĻāīĪāĩāīĩāī°āĩ† āīŠāĩāīĢāĩāīŊāī‚
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āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪļāĪĩāĪūāĪĢāĪū
āĪļāĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪšāĨāĪŊāĪū āĪ‰āĪĶāĪūāĪđāĪ°āĪĢāĪūāĪ°āĨāĪĨ āĪ§āĪŪāĪŠāĪūāĪĶāĪū āĪ–āĪœāĪŋāĪĻāĪū āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪ°āĪūāĪ āĨ€ āĪŪāĪ§āĨāĪŊāĨ‡ āĪĩāĪūāĪˆāĪŸ- āĪ•āĨāĪēāĪūāĪļāĪŋāĪ•āĪē āĪŪāĪūāĪūāĪ°āĨ€
- āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§āĪūāĪšāĨ‡ āĪķāĪŽāĨāĪĶ -
āĪķāĨāĪēāĨ‹āĪ• 116. āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĪēāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļ āĪļāĪ‚āĪ•āĨ‹āĪš āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚ āĪĻāĪ•āĪū
āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĪēāĨ‡ āĪĶāĪŋāĪķāĨ‡āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨāĪĩāĪ°āĪū āĪ•āĪ°āĪū
āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĩāĪūāĪˆāĪŸ āĪļāĪūāĪ āĨ€ āĪŪāĪĻ āĪĪāĪŠāĪūāĪļāĪū.
āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪŸ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļāĪūāĪ āĨ€ āĪ§āĨ€āĪŪāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡
āĪĶāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪŪāĪĻāĪūāĪĪ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĪāĨ‹.
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪļāĨāĪļāĪ‚āĪ—āĪĪ, āĪŪāĨ‡āĪēāĨ€āĪ…āĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪ•āĨƒāĪĪāĨ€ āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢāĨ‡, āĪļāĪūāĪĩāĪ§ āĪ°āĪđāĪū āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪĩāĪ°āĨ€āĪĪ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊ āĪ•āĪ°āĪū. āĪĩāĪūāĪˆāĪŸ āĪĩāĪŋāĪ°āĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§
āĪŪāĪĻ āĪ°āĪūāĪ–āĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ āĨ‡āĪĩāĪū. āĪœāĪ° āĪāĪ–āĪūāĪĶāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪēāĪū āĪŪāĨˆāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĪĩāĪūāĪˆ āĪ•āĪ°āĪūāĪŊāĪšāĨ€ āĪ…āĪļāĨ‡āĪē āĪĪāĪ° āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪšāĨ‡ āĪŪāĪĻ
āĪĩāĪūāĪˆāĪŸ āĪ—āĨ‹āĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ‚āĪĩāĪ° āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪĩāĪūāĪŸāĨ‡āĪē.
āĪķāĨāĪēāĨ‹āĪ• 118. āĪļāĪ‚āĪšāĪŊāĪŋāĪĪ āĪ—āĨāĪĢāĪĩāĪĪāĨāĪĪāĪū āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĨ‡
āĪœāĪ° āĪāĪ–āĪūāĪĶāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪūāĪđāĨ€ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪŸ āĪ•āĨ‡āĪēāĨ‡ āĪ…āĪļāĨ‡āĪē āĪĪāĪ°
āĪĪāĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĪū āĪ•āĪ°āĪū.
āĪāĪ• āĪĻāĪĩāĨ€āĪĻ āĪļāĪūāĪ āĨ€ āĪ‡āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪŋāĪĪ āĪŠāĪūāĪđāĪŋāĪœāĨ‡
āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪŸ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪĩāĪūāĪĒāĪĪāĨ‡.
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪāĪ• āĪĩāĨāĪŊāĪ•āĨāĪĪāĨ€ āĪ•āĪūāĪđāĨ€ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ§āĪūāĪĩāĨ€ āĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪēāĪūāĪŠ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚ āĪķāĪ•āĪĪāĨ‡. āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨ‡ āĪŠāĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĪū āĪĩāĪūāĪ°āĪ‚āĪĩāĪūāĪ°
āĪšāĪūāĪēāĨ‚ āĪ āĨ‡āĪĩāĪĢāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĩāĪķāĨāĪŊāĪ• āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡. āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪū āĪŪāĨ‡āĪēāĨ€āĪļ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĪĩāĪūāĪˆāĪŪāĪ§āĨāĪŊāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪ˜āĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĩāĪū.
āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪŸāĪšāĨ‡ āĪļāĪ‚āĪšāĪŊ āĪ†āĪĻāĪ‚āĪĶ āĪŪāĪŋāĪģāĪĪāĨ‹.
āĪĩāĪšāĪĻ 122. āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪŸ āĪĨāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪŪāĨ€ āĪĩāĪūāĪĒāĪĪāĨ‡
āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĨāĪēāĪŠāĪĢāĪūāĪšāĪū āĪĨāĨ‹āĪĄāĪūāĪļāĪū āĪĩāĪŋāĪšāĪūāĪ° āĪ•āĪ°āĪū,
‘āĪĪāĨ‡ āĪŪāĪūāĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ•āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪŊāĨ‡āĪĢāĪūāĪ° āĪĻāĪūāĪđāĨ€’,
āĪŠāĪūāĪĢāĨ€ āĪĨāĨ‡āĪ‚āĪŽ āĪšāĨāĪŊāĪū āĪ–āĪūāĪēāĨ€
āĪŠāĪūāĪĢāĨ€ āĪœāĪūāĪ° āĪ­āĪ°āĪēāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡.
āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĨāĪēāĪŠāĪĢāĪūāĪļāĪđ āĪ‹āĪ·āĨ€ āĪļāĨāĪĩāĪĪāĪƒāĪēāĪū āĪ­āĪ°āĪĪāĨ‡,
āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪĨāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪĨāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‡ soaks.
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪ•āĪūāĪđāĨ€āĪœāĪĢ āĪĩāĪŋāĪšāĪūāĪ° āĪ•āĪ°āĪĪāĪūāĪĪ āĪ•āĨ€ āĪ—āĨāĪĢāĪ§āĪ°āĨāĪŪ āĪđāĪģāĨ‚āĪđāĪģāĨ‚ āĪ˜āĨ‡āĪĪāĪū āĪŊāĨ‡āĪŠ āĪķāĪ•āĪĪāĨ‹ āĪ†āĪĢāĪŋ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪū āĪ—āĨāĪĢāĪĩāĪŋāĪķāĨ‡āĪ·
āĪ•āĨ‹āĪĢāĪĪāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪđāĨ€ āĪ†āĪķāĨāĪšāĪ°āĨāĪŊāĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĪ• āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĪēāĨ‡ āĪŠāĪ°āĪŋāĪĢāĪūāĪŪ āĪ†āĪĢāĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪšāĨ€ āĪķāĪ•āĨāĪŊāĪĪāĪū āĪĻāĪūāĪđāĨ€. āĪđāĨ‡ āĪĶāĨƒāĪķāĨāĪŊ āĪ…āĪ—āĪĶāĨ€
āĪŽāĪ°āĨ‹āĪŽāĪ° āĪĻāĪūāĪđāĨ€. āĪāĪ–āĪūāĪĶāĨāĪŊāĪū āĪĩāĨāĪŊāĪ•āĨāĪĪāĨ€āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĪēāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡āĪēāĨ‡ āĪĨāĨ‹āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪŪāĨ€ āĪđāĨ‹āĪĪāĨ‡. āĪĄāĨāĪ°āĨ‰āĪŠ āĪ•āĪ°āĨ‚āĪĻ
āĪĄāĨāĪ°āĨ‰āĪŠ, āĪŠāĪūāĪĢāĨ€-āĪ­āĪūāĪ‚āĪĄāĨ‡ āĪ­āĪ°āĪĢāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪļāĪūāĪ āĨ€ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪŊāĪū āĪ–āĨ‚āĪŠ āĪ†āĪđāĨ‡. āĪĩāĨ‡āĪģ āĪĻāĪŋāĪ˜āĨ‚āĪĻ āĪ—āĨ‡āĪēāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĩāĪ°,
āĪšāĪūāĪ‚āĪ—āĪēāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊ āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪđāĨ‹āĪˆāĪŠāĪ°āĨāĪŊāĪ‚āĪĪ āĪĪāĨ‡ āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢāĪŠāĪĢāĨ‡ āĪ­āĪ°āĪēāĨ‡ āĪœāĪūāĪĪ āĪĻāĪūāĪđāĨ€.
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āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§ āĪ­āĨāĪŊāĪūāĪĻāĪūāĪĻāĪūāĪĻāĪū
āĪļāĪšāĨāĪšāĪūāĪ‡ āĪ…āĪ§āĨāĪŊāĪūāĪŊāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ§āĪ°āĨāĪŪāĨ€ āĪĄāĨ‹āĪŪāĪūāĪŠāĪūāĪĶ āĪ•āĨ‹āĪ·āĪ•āĨ‹āĪ· āĪ•āĨ‹āĪ·āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪļāĪ‚āĪ•āĨāĪ·āĪŋāĪŠāĨāĪĪāĪĢ 9 āĪķāĪūāĪļāĨāĪĪāĨāĪ°āĨ€āĪŊ āĪĻāĨ‡āĪŠāĪūāĪēāĨ€ āĪĻāĨ‡āĪŠāĪūāĪēāĨ€āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪĶāĨāĪ·āĨāĪ•āĪ°āĨāĪŪ (āĪĩāĪŋāĪ­āĪūāĪ—)
- āĪŽāĨāĪĶāĨāĪ§āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪķāĪŽāĨāĪĶāĪđāĪ°āĨ‚ -
āĪŠāĪĶ 116. āĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻ āĪđāĪŋāĪšāĪ•āĪŋāĪšāĪūāĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨ
āĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹ āĪĪāĪŋāĪ° āĪđāĨ‡āĪŸ āĪŽāĪĻāĪūāĪ‰āĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨ
āĪ° āĪĶāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪēāĪūāĪ—āĪŋ āĪĶāĪŋāĪŪāĪūāĪ— āĪœāĪūāĪāĪš āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨāĨĪ
āĪāĪ• āĪœāĨ‹ āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊāĪĪāĪū āĪŽāĪĻāĪūāĪ‰āĪĻ āĪĒāĪŋāĪēāĨ‹ āĪ›
āĪĶāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪĶāĪŋāĪŪāĪūāĪ—āĪŪāĪū āĪ°āĪŪāĪūāĪ‰āĪāĪ›āĨĪ
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪļāĪĶāĨāĪ—āĨāĪĢ, āĪŪāĨ‡āĪĻāĪŋāĪķāĨāĪĩāĪūāĪĶāĨ€ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊāĪđāĪ°āĨ‚ āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪĶāĪ°āĨāĪķāĪĻ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĪū āĪļāĪĪāĪ°āĨāĪ•āĪĪāĪū āĪ° āĪ›āĪŋāĪŸāĨ‹ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊ
āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĪūāĨĪ āĪ–āĪ°āĪūāĪŽāĨ€āĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪĻāĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹ āĪĩāĨāĪŊāĪĩāĪđāĪūāĪ° āĪ—āĪ°āĨĪ āĪŊāĪĶāĪŋ āĪ•āĪļāĨˆāĪēāĨ‡ āĪ•āĪ āĨ‹āĪ°āĪĪāĪūāĪ•āĪū āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊāĪđāĪ°āĨ‚
āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪđāĪŋāĪšāĪ•āĪŋāĪšāĪūāĪ‰āĪĻāĨ āĪĻāĨˆ āĪđāĨ‹ āĪ­āĪĻāĨ‡, āĪ‰āĪļāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪŪāĪĻ āĪĶāĨāĪ·āĨāĪŸ āĪšāĨ€āĪœāĪđāĪ°āĨ‚āĪŪāĪū āĪ–āĨāĪķāĨ€ āĪđāĨāĪĻ āĪĨāĪūāĪēāĨāĪĻāĨ‡āĪ›āĨĪ
āĪŠāĪĶ 118. āĪļāĪ‚āĪšāĪŋāĪĪ āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊāĪĪāĪū āĪ–āĨāĪķāĨ€āĪŪāĪū āĪœāĪūāĪĻāĨāĪ›
āĪŊāĪĶāĪŋ āĪ•āĪļāĨˆāĪēāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨ‡āĪđāĪŋ āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊ āĪŽāĪĻāĪūāĪ‰āĪĻāĨ āĪŠāĪ°āĨāĪ› āĪ­āĪĻāĨ‡
āĪŊāĨ‹ āĪŽāĪūāĪ°āĪŪāĨāĪŽāĪūāĪ° āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨ āĪ° āĪŦāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨāĨĪ
āĪāĪ• āĪĻāĪŊāĪūāĪ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪēāĪūāĪ—āĨ€ āĪ‡āĪšāĨāĪ›āĪū āĪ›
āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊāĪĪāĪūāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪēāĪūāĪ—āĪŋ āĪ†āĪĻāĪĻāĨāĪĶāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪēāĪūāĪ—āĪŋ āĪŽāĪĒāĨāĪ›āĨĪ
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪāĪ• āĪĩāĨāĪŊāĪ•āĨāĪĪāĪŋ āĪ•āĨ‡āĪđāĪŋ āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨ‡āĪĪāĨ€ āĪ—āĪĪāĪŋāĪĩāĪŋāĪ§āĪŋ āĪ—āĪ°āĨāĪĻ āĪļāĪ•āĨāĪ›āĨĪ āĪ‰āĪļāĪēāĨ‡ āĪŊāĪļāĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪŽāĪūāĪ°āĪŪāĨāĪŽāĪūāĪ°
āĪĶāĨ‹āĪđāĨ‹āĪ°āĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‰āĪĻāĨ āĪŠāĪ°āĨāĪ›āĨĪ āĪ‰āĪļāĪēāĨ‡ āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĨ‹ āĪŪāĪ°āĨāĪŪāĪĪ āĪ•āĪūāĪ°āĨāĪŊāĪŪāĪū āĪ†āĪĻāĪĻāĨāĪĶ āĪēāĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪŠāĪ°āĨāĪĶāĪ›āĨĪ āĪŊāĨ‹āĪ—āĨāĪŊāĪ•āĨ‹
āĪļāĪ‚āĪšāĪŊāĪēāĨ‡ āĪ–āĨāĪķāĨ€āĪŪāĪū āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‰āĪāĪ›āĨĪ
āĪŠāĪĶ 122. āĪŪāĨ‡āĪ°āĪŋāĪŸ āĪ…āĪēāĪŋ āĪ…āĪēāĪŋ āĪŽāĪĒāĨāĪ›
āĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĨāĪ°āĪ°āĨ€ āĪļāĨ‹āĪšāĨāĪĻāĨāĪđāĨ‹āĪļāĨ āĪ­āĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪ­āĪēāĪūāĪ‡āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪđāĨ‹āĪ‡āĪĻ,
‘āĪŊāĨ‹ āĪŪāĪ•āĪđāĪūāĪ āĪ†āĪ‰āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪ›āĨˆāĪĻ’,
āĪŠāĪūāĪĻāĨ€āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ–āĪļāĨāĪĶāĪūāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪēāĪūāĪ—āĪŋ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪēāĪūāĪ—āĨ€
āĪāĪ• āĪŠāĪūāĪĻāĨ€ āĪ­āĪūāĪāĪĄāĨ‹ āĪ­āĪ°āĪŋāĪāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ›āĨĪ
āĪ­āĪēāĪūāĪ‡āĪēāĨ‡ āĪ†āĪŦāĨ‚āĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪ­āĪ°āĪŋāĪĶāĪŋāĪŊāĨ‹,
āĪŠ āĪŽāĪŋāĪļāĨāĪĪāĪūāĪ°āĨˆ āĪŪāĪūāĪĨāĪŋ āĪ‰āĪŦāĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ›āĨĪ
āĪļāĨāĪŠāĪ·āĨāĪŸāĨ€āĪ•āĪ°āĪĢ:
āĪ•āĨ‡āĪđāĪŋ āĪļāĨ‹āĪšāĨāĪĶāĪ›āĪĻāĨ āĪ•āĪŋ āĪļāĪĶāĨāĪ—āĨāĪĢāĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪđāĪēāĨāĪ•āĪū āĪ°āĨ‚āĪŠāĪŪāĪū āĪēāĪŋāĪĻ āĪļāĪ•āĪŋāĪĻāĨāĪ›, āĪ° āĪĪāĨāĪŊāĨ‹ āĪļāĪĶāĨāĪ—āĨāĪĢāĪēāĨ‡ āĪ•āĨāĪĻāĨˆ
āĪŠāĪĻāĪŋ āĪķāĪūāĪĻāĪĶāĪūāĪ° āĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹ āĪŠāĪ°āĪŋāĪĢāĪūāĪŪ āĪēāĨāĪŊāĪūāĪ‰āĪĻāĨ‡ āĪļāĪŪāĨāĪ­āĪūāĪĩāĪĻāĪū āĪ›āĨˆāĪĻāĨĪ āĪŊāĨ‹ āĪĶāĨƒāĪķāĨāĪŊ āĪāĪ•āĪĶāĪŪ āĪļāĪđāĪŋ āĪ›āĨˆāĪĻāĨĪ
āĪāĪ• āĪĩāĨāĪŊāĪ•āĨāĪĪāĪŋ āĪĶāĨāĪĩāĪūāĪ°āĪū āĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹ āĪ—āĪ°āĨ€āĪāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ°āĪūāĪŪāĨāĪ°āĨ‹ āĪ—āĪ°āĨ€ āĪĨāĨ‹āĪ°āĨˆ āĪĶāĨāĪĩāĪūāĪ°āĪū āĪœāĪŪāĨāĪŪāĪū āĪ­āĪŊāĨ‹āĨĪ
āĪŠāĨāĪ°āĪ•āĨāĪ°āĪŋāĪŊāĪū āĪāĪ• āĪ§āĨ‡āĪ°āĨˆ āĪ§āĨ‡āĪ°āĨˆ āĪ› āĪŠāĪūāĪĻāĨ€ āĪ­āĪūāĪāĪĄāĨ‹ āĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ­āĪ°āĨāĪĻ, āĪĄāĨāĪ°āĪŠ āĪĶāĨāĪĩāĪūāĪ°āĪū āĪĄāĨāĪ°āĪŠāĨĪ āĪļāĪŪāĪŊ
āĪŽāĪŋāĪĪāĨāĪĶāĨˆ āĪœāĪūāĪāĪĶāĪū, āĪ­āĨŒāĪĪāĪŋāĪ• āĪĨāĨ‹āĪŠāĪū āĪ•āĨ‡āĪĨāĪū āĪĻāĪ­āĪāĪļāĪŪāĨāĪŪ āĪŊāĪļāĪēāĪūāĪˆ āĪŠāĨ‚āĪ°āĨāĪĢ āĪ°āĨ‚āĪŠāĪŪāĪū āĪ­āĪ°āĪŋāĪāĪ•āĨ‹ āĪ›āĨˆāĪĻāĨĪ
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78) Classical Odia (Oriya)


𝓛𝓔ð“Ēð“Ē𝓞𝓝 4098 āŽļā­‹āŽŪ 20 āŽļā­‡āŽŠā­āŽŸā­‡āŽŪā­āŽŽāŽ° 2021
āŽ—āŽ›
āŽŽā­āŽĶā­āŽ§ āŽ–āŽūāŽēāŽŋ |
āŽļāŽĻā­āŽĶāŽŋāŽ—ā­āŽ§ āŽĶāŽūāŽŪāŽŠāŽĄāŽū āŽ­āŽĢā­āŽĄāŽūāŽ° āŽļāŽĪā­ā­Ÿ āŽ…āŽ§ā­ā­ŸāŽūā­Ÿ 9 āŽķāŽūāŽļā­āŽĪā­āŽ°ā­€ā­Ÿ āŽ“āŽĄāŽŋāŽ†āŽ°ā­‡ (āŽ“āŽĄāŽŋāŽ†) āŽ°ā­‡ āŽŪāŽĻā­āŽĶ |
- āŽŽā­āŽĶā­āŽ§āŽ™ā­āŽ• āŽķāŽŽā­āŽĶ -
āŽŠāŽĶ 116. āŽ­āŽē āŽ•āŽūāŽŪ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽ•āŽĶāŽūāŽŠāŽŋ āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽŋāŽ§āŽū āŽ•āŽ° āŽĻāŽūāŽđāŽŋāŽ |
āŽ­āŽē āŽ†āŽĄāŽ•ā­ āŽķā­€āŽ˜ā­āŽ° āŽ•āŽ° |
āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽŪāŽĻā­āŽĶāŽĪāŽū āŽŠāŽūāŽ‡āŽ āŽŪāŽĻ āŽŊāŽūāŽžā­āŽš āŽ•āŽ°āŽĻā­āŽĪā­ |
āŽŊāŽŋāŽ āŽŊā­‹āŽ—ā­ā­ŸāŽĪāŽū āŽĪāŽŋāŽ†āŽ°āŽŋ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽ§ā­€āŽ° āŽ…āŽŸā­‡ |
āŽŪāŽĻā­āŽĶ āŽŪāŽĻāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶāŽŋāŽĪ |
āŽŽā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ–ā­ā­ŸāŽū:
āŽ—ā­āŽĢāŽŽāŽĪā­āŽĪāŽū, āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽœāŽĻāŽ• āŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­āŽŊā­ā­Ÿ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽ•ā­āŽ·ā­‡āŽĪā­āŽ°āŽ°ā­‡, āŽļāŽĪāŽ°ā­āŽ• āŽ°ā­āŽđāŽĻā­āŽĪā­ āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽķā­€āŽ˜ā­āŽ°
āŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­āŽŊā­ā­Ÿ āŽ•āŽ°āŽĻā­āŽĪā­ | āŽŪāŽĻā­āŽĶ āŽŽāŽŋāŽ°ā­āŽĶā­āŽ§āŽ°ā­‡ āŽŪāŽĻāŽ•ā­ āŽ°āŽ•ā­āŽ·āŽū āŽ•āŽ°āĨĪ āŽŊāŽĶāŽŋ āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽĻāŽŋāŽķā­āŽšāŽŋāŽĪ āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡
āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶāŽĶāŽūā­ŸāŽ• āŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­āŽŊā­ā­Ÿ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ•ā­, āŽĪā­‡āŽŽā­‡ āŽĪāŽūāŽ™ā­āŽ• āŽŪāŽĻ āŽŪāŽĻā­āŽĶ āŽœāŽŋāŽĻāŽŋāŽ·āŽ°ā­‡ āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ•ā­
āŽēāŽūāŽ—āŽŋāŽŽ |
āŽŠāŽĶ 118. āŽœāŽŪāŽū āŽđā­‹āŽ‡āŽĨāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽŪā­‡āŽ°āŽŋāŽŸā­ āŽļā­āŽ–āŽ•ā­ āŽĻā­‡āŽ‡āŽĨāŽūāŽ |
āŽŊāŽĶāŽŋ āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽ•āŽŋāŽ›āŽŋ āŽŪāŽūāŽ‡āŽŸ āŽĪāŽŋāŽ†āŽ°āŽŋ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽ‰āŽšāŽŋāŽĪā­ |
āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽŽāŽūāŽ°āŽŪā­āŽŽāŽūāŽ° āŽ•āŽ° |
āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽāŽđāŽū āŽŠāŽūāŽ‡āŽ āŽ‡āŽšā­āŽ›āŽū āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽ‰āŽšāŽŋāŽĪā­ |
āŽ•āŽūāŽ°āŽĢ āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶāŽŋāŽĪ āŽđā­āŽ |
āŽŽā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ–ā­ā­ŸāŽū:
āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽŽā­ā­ŸāŽ•ā­āŽĪāŽŋ āŽ•āŽŋāŽ›āŽŋ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŪāŽūāŽĻāŽœāŽĻāŽ• āŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­āŽŊā­ā­ŸāŽ•āŽģāŽūāŽŠ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŠāŽūāŽ°ā­‡ | āŽļā­‡ āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽŠā­āŽĻāŽ°āŽūāŽŽā­ƒāŽĪā­āŽĪāŽŋ
āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽ‰āŽšāŽŋāŽĪā­, āŽŽāŽūāŽ°āŽŪā­āŽŽāŽūāŽ° āŽāŽđāŽūāŽ•ā­ āŽŠā­āŽĻāŽ°āŽūāŽŽā­ƒāŽĪā­āŽĪāŽŋ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽ†āŽŽāŽķā­ā­ŸāŽ• | āŽļā­‡ āŽĻāŽŋāŽœ āŽĻāŽŋāŽœ āŽĻāŽŋāŽœ
āŽĻāŽŋāŽœ āŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­āŽŊā­ā­ŸāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ†āŽĻāŽĻā­āŽĶ āŽ•āŽ°āŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽœāŽ°ā­āŽ°ā­€ | āŽŪā­‡āŽ°āŽŋāŽŸā­ āŽœāŽŪāŽū āŽļā­āŽ–āŽ•ā­ āŽĻā­‡āŽ‡āŽĨāŽūāŽ |
āŽŠāŽĶ 122. āŽŪā­‡āŽ°āŽŋāŽŸā­ āŽ…āŽģā­āŽŠ āŽ•āŽŋāŽ›āŽŋ āŽŽ ows ā­‡ |
āŽđāŽūāŽēā­āŽ•āŽū āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ­āŽē āŽĻā­āŽđā­‡āŽ,
‘āŽāŽđāŽū āŽŪā­‹ āŽŠāŽūāŽ–āŽ•ā­ āŽ†āŽļāŽŋāŽŽ āŽĻāŽūāŽđāŽŋāŽ’,
āŽœāŽģ āŽŽā­āŽĻā­āŽĶāŽū āŽŠāŽĄāŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ° āŽŠāŽĄāŽžāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū |
āŽāŽ• āŽœāŽģ āŽŠāŽūāŽĪā­āŽ° āŽ­āŽ°āŽŠā­‚āŽ° |
āŽ­āŽēāŽĪāŽū āŽļāŽđāŽŋāŽĪ āŽĨāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋ āŽĻāŽŋāŽœāŽ•ā­ āŽ­āŽ°āŽŋāŽĶāŽŋāŽ,
āŽļā­‡ āŽ…āŽģā­āŽŠ āŽļāŽŪā­Ÿ āŽŠāŽ°ā­āŽŊā­ā­ŸāŽĻā­āŽĪ āŽŸāŽŋāŽ•āŽŋāŽ āŽ­āŽŋāŽœāŽĻā­āŽĪāŽŋ |
āŽŽā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽ–ā­ā­ŸāŽū:
āŽ•ā­‡āŽĪā­‡āŽ• āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽĻā­āŽĪāŽŋ āŽŊā­‡ āŽ—ā­āŽĢ āŽđāŽūāŽēā­āŽ•āŽū āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡ āŽĻāŽŋāŽ†āŽŊāŽūāŽ‡āŽŠāŽūāŽ°ā­‡, āŽāŽŽāŽ‚ āŽļā­‡āŽđāŽŋ āŽ…āŽ­ā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽļāŽ—āŽĪ āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽ°ā­‡
āŽ…āŽ­ā­ā­ŸāŽūāŽļ āŽ•āŽ°āŽūāŽŊāŽūāŽ‡āŽŠāŽūāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ• any āŽĢāŽļāŽŋ āŽšāŽŪāŽĪā­āŽ•āŽūāŽ° āŽ­āŽē āŽŦāŽģāŽūāŽŦāŽģ āŽ†āŽĢāŽŋāŽŽāŽūāŽ° āŽļāŽŪā­āŽ­āŽūāŽŽāŽĻāŽū āŽĻāŽūāŽđāŽŋāŽ | āŽāŽđāŽŋ
āŽĶā­ƒāŽķā­ā­ŸāŽŸāŽŋ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢ āŽļāŽ āŽŋāŽ•ā­ āŽĻā­āŽđā­‡āŽ | āŽœāŽĢā­‡ āŽŽā­ā­ŸāŽ•ā­āŽĪāŽŋāŽ™ā­āŽ• āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū āŽ•āŽ°āŽūāŽŊāŽūāŽ‡āŽĨāŽŋāŽŽāŽū
āŽŽā­ā­ŸāŽ•ā­āŽĪāŽŋ āŽ…āŽģā­āŽŠ āŽ•āŽŋāŽ›āŽŋ āŽœāŽŪāŽū āŽđā­‹āŽ‡āŽĨāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽœāŽŪāŽū āŽđā­‹āŽ‡āŽ›āŽĻā­āŽĪāŽŋ | āŽāŽđāŽŋ āŽŠā­āŽ°āŽ•ā­āŽ°āŽŋā­ŸāŽū āŽāŽ• āŽœāŽģāŽ°
āŽŠāŽūāŽĪā­āŽ°āŽ°ā­‡ āŽŽāŽđā­āŽĪ āŽ•āŽŋāŽ›āŽŋ, āŽĄā­āŽ°āŽŠā­ āŽĶā­ā­ąāŽūāŽ°āŽū āŽĄā­āŽ°āŽŠā­ | āŽļāŽŪā­Ÿ āŽšāŽūāŽēāŽŋāŽĨāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽŠāŽ°āŽŋ, āŽļāŽ‚āŽ•ā­āŽ·ā­‡āŽŠāŽ°ā­‡ āŽœāŽŪāŽū
āŽđā­‹āŽ‡āŽĨāŽŋāŽŽāŽū āŽ—ā­āŽĢāŽ° āŽļāŽŽā­āŽ āŽūāŽ°ā­ āŽ­āŽē āŽ•āŽūāŽ°ā­āŽŊā­ā­Ÿ, āŽŊā­‡āŽŠāŽ°ā­āŽŊā­ā­ŸāŽĻā­āŽĪ āŽ­āŽēāŽ° āŽ—ā­ƒāŽđ āŽļāŽŪā­āŽŠā­‚āŽ°ā­āŽĢā­āŽĢāŽ°ā­‚āŽŠā­‡
āŽāŽĨāŽŋāŽ°ā­‡ āŽ­āŽ°ā­āŽĪāŽŋ āŽ•āŽ°āŽūāŽŊāŽūāŽ |
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83) Classical Punjabi-āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ,

𝓛𝓔ð“Ēð“Ē𝓞𝓝 4098 āĻļāЋāĻŪ 20 āĻļāĻĪāĐ°āĻŽāĻ° 2021
āĻ°āЁāĐąāĻ–
āĻŽāЁāĐąāĻ§ āĻĩāЈāĻēāĻūāĻĻāĻū
āĻ•āĻēāĻūāĻļāЀāĻ•āĻē āĻŠāĐ°āĻœāĻūāĻŽāЀ āĻĩāĻŋāĐąāĻš āĻĶāĻ°āĻļāĻūāĻˆ āĻ…āĻ§āĻŋāĻ†āĻ‡ āĻĶāĻū āĻĶāĻ°āĻļāĻžāЁāĻĶāĻū āĻ§āĐ°āĻŪāĻūāĻŠāĻĶ āĻ–āĻœāĻžāĻ°āĻū āĻĶāĻū āĻ…āĻ§āĻŋāĻ†āĻ‡ 9 āĻŽāЁāĻ°āĻŋāĻ†āĻˆ
- āĻŽāЁāĐąāĻ§ āĻĶāЇ āĻļāĻžāĻŽāĻĶ -
āĻ†āĻ‡āĻĪ 116. āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЇ āĻ•āĐ°āĻŪ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻ āĻĪāЋāĻ‚ āĻ•āĻĶāЇ āĻļāĐ°āĻ•āЋāĻš āĻĻāĻū āĻ•āĻ°āЋ
āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЇ āĻēāЋāĻ•āĻūāĻ‚ āĻēāĻˆ āĻœāĻēāĻĶāЀ āĻ•āĻ°āЋ
āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻŪāĻĻ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻŽāЁāĻ°āĻūāĻˆ āĻēāĻˆ āĻšāЈāĐąāĻ• āĻ•āĻ°āЋ.
āĻ‰āĻđ āĻœāЋ āĻ‡āĻļ āĻŪāЈāĻ°āĻŋāĻŸ āĻŽāĻĢāĻūāĻ‰āĻĢ āĻĩāĻŋāĻš āĻđāЌāĻēāЀ āĻđāЈ
āĻĶāЁāĻļāĻžāĻŸ āĻŪāĻĻ āĻĩāĻŋāĻš āĻ–āЁāĻļāĻž āĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ.
āĻĩāĻŋāĻ†āĻ–āĻŋāĻ†:
āĻĻāЇāĻ•, āĻđāЋāĻĢāĻđāĻūāĻ° āĻ•āĻŋāĻ°āĻŋāĻ†āĻĩāĻūāĻ‚, āĻļāЁāĻšāЇāĻĪ āĻ°āĻđāЋ āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻœāĻēāĻĶāЀ āĻ•āĐ°āĻŪ āĻ•āĻ°āЋ. āĻŽāЁāĻ°āĻūāĻˆ āĻĩāĻŋāĻ°āЁāĐąāĻ§ āĻŪāĻĻ āĻĶāЀ
āĻ°āĻūāĻ–āЀ āĻ•āĻ°āЋ. āĻœāЇ āĻ•āЋāĻˆ āĻāЂāĻ āЇ āĻ•āĐ°āĻŪāĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻœāĻžāĻūāĻđāĻ° āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻāĻū āĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāĻū, āĻĪāĻūāĻ‚ āĻ‰āĻļāĻĶāĻū āĻŪāĻĻ āĻŽāЁāĻ°āĻūāĻˆāĻ†āĻ‚
āĻĻāĻūāĻē āĻ…āĻĻāĐ°āĻĶ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻāĻū āĻļāĻžāЁāĻ°āЂ āĻđāЋ āĻœāĻūāĻĩāЇāĻ—āĻū.
āĻ†āĻ‡āĻĪ 118. āĻ‡āĻ•āĐąāĻ āЀ āĻ•āЀāĻĪāЀ āĻŪāЈāĻ°āĻŋāĻŸ āĻ–āЁāĻļāĻžāЀ āĻĩāĐąāĻē āĻœāĻūāĻ‚āĻĶāЀ āĻđāЈ
āĻœāЇ āĻ•āĻŋāĻļāЇ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻ•āЁāĻ āĻ—āЁāĻĢ āĻŽāĻĢāĻūāĻ‰āĻĢāĻū āĻšāĻūāĻđāЀāĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ
āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻŽāĻūāĻ° āĻŽāĻūāĻ° āĻ•āĻ°āЋ.
āĻ‡āĻ• āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĶāЀ āĻ‡āĐąāĻ›āĻū āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻāЀ āĻšāĻūāĻđāЀāĻĶāЀ āĻđāЈ
āĻ…āĻĻāĐ°āĻĶ āĻēāĻˆ āĻĩāĐąāĻ§āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ.
āĻĩāĻŋāĻ†āĻ–āĻŋāĻ†:
āĻ‡āĐąāĻ• āĻĩāĻŋāĻ…āĻ•āĻĪāЀ āĻ•āЁāĻ āĻđāЋāĻĢāĻđāĻūāĻ° āĻ—āĻĪāЀāĻĩāĻŋāĻ§āЀāĻ†āĻ‚ āĻ•āĻ° āĻļāĻ•āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ. āĻ‰āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻŽāĻūāĻ° āĻŽāĻūāĻ° āĻĶāЁāĻđāĻ°āĻūāĻ‰āĻĢāĻū
āĻēāĻūāĻœāĻžāĻŪāЀ āĻđāЈ. āĻ‰āĻļ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻ‰āĻļ āĻđāЋāĻĢāĻđāĻūāĻ° āĻ•āĻūāĻ°āĻœāĻūāĻ‚ āĻĩāĻŋāĻš āĻ–āЁāĻļāĻžāЀ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĻāЀ āĻšāĻūāĻđāЀāĻĶāЀ āĻđāЈ. āĻŪāЈāĻ°āĻŋāĻŸ āĻĻāЂāĐ°
āĻ–āЁāĻļāĻžāĻđāĻūāĻēāЀ āĻĶāЀ āĻ…āĻ—āĻĩāĻūāĻˆ āĻ•āĻ°āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ.
āĻ†āĻ‡āĻĪ 122. āĻ‡āĻļ āĻ—āЁāĻĢāĻūāĻ‚ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻĨāЋāМāĻū āĻœāĻŋāĻđāĻū āĻĩāĻ§āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ
āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЀ āĻĪāĻ°āЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻ­āĻēāĻŋāĻ†āĻˆ āĻĻāĻū āĻ•āĻ°āЋ,
‘āĻ‡āĻđ āĻŪāЇāĻ°āЇ āĻ•āЋāĻē āĻĻāĻđāЀāĻ‚ āĻ†āĻĩāЇāĻ—āĻū’,
āĻŠāĻūāĻĢāЀ āĻĶāЇ āĻĄāĻŋāĐąāĻ—āĻĢ āĻĻāĻūāĻē
āĻŠāĻūāĻĢāЀ āĻĶāĻū āĻļāĻžāЀāĻļāĻžāЀ āĻ­āĻ°āĻŋāĻ† āĻđāЋāĻ‡āĻ† āĻđāЈ.
āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āĻŋāĻ†āĻˆ āĻĻāĻūāĻē āĻ°āĻŋāĻļāĻžāЀ āĻ†āĻŠāĻĢāЇ āĻ†āĻŠ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻ­āĻ°āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ,
āĻ‰āĻđ āĻĨāЋāМāЍāĻđāĻū āĻœāĻŋāĻđāĻū āĻ­āĻŋāĐąāĻœāĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ.
āĻĩāĻŋāĻ†āĻ–āĻŋāĻ†:
āĻ•āЁāĻ āĻļāЋāĻšāĻĶāЇ āĻđāĻĻ āĻ•āĻŋ āĻĻāЇāĻ•āЀ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻđāĻēāĻ•āЇ āĻœāĻŋāĻđāЇ āĻēāĻˆ āĻœāĻū āĻļāĻ•āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ, āĻ…āĻĪāЇ āĻ‡āĻļ āĻ—āЁāĻĢ āĻĶāĻū āĻ…āĻ­āĻŋāĻ†āĻļ
āĻ•āĻŋāĻļāЇ āĻļāĻžāĻūāĻĻāĻĶāĻūāĻ° āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЇ āĻĻāĻĪāЀāĻœāЇ āĻļāĻūāĻđāĻŪāĻĢāЇ āĻēāĻŋāĻ†āĻ‰āĻĢ āĻĶāЀ āĻļāĐ°āĻ­āĻūāĻĩāĻĻāĻū āĻĻāĻđāЀāĻ‚ āĻđāЈ. āĻ‡āĻđ āĻĶāЍāĻ°āĻŋāĻļāĻž
āĻŽāĻŋāĻēāĻ•āЁāĻē āĻļāĻđāЀ āĻĻāĻđāЀāĻ‚ āĻđāЈ. āĻĨāЋāМāЇ āĻœāĻŋāĻđāЇ āĻĶāЁāĻ†āĻ°āĻū āĻ•āЀāĻĪāЇ āĻ—āĻ āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЇ āĻĶāЁāĻ†āĻ°āĻū āĻ•āЀāĻĪāЇ āĻ—āĻ āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЇ
āĻĶāЁāĻ†āĻ°āĻū āĻĨāЋāМāЍāĻđāЇ āĻœāĻŋāĻđāЇ āĻ‡āĻ•āĐąāĻ āЇ āĻđāЋāĻ. āĻŠāЍāĻ°āĻ•āĻŋāĻ°āĻŋāĻ† āĻŽāĻđāЁāĻĪ āĻœāĻžāĻŋāĻ†āĻĶāĻū āĻŠāĻūāĻĢāЀ-āĻ˜āМāЇ āĻĻāЂāĐ° āĻ­āĻ°āĻĻāЀ āĻĩāĻūāĻ‚āĻ—
āĻđāЈ, āĻŽāЂāĐ°āĻĶ āĻĶāЁāĻ†āĻ°āĻū āĻļāЁāĐąāĻŸāЋ. āĻœāĻĶāЋāĻ‚ āĻĪāĐąāĻ• āĻļāĻŪāĻūāĻ‚ āĻēāĐ°āĻ˜āĻĶāĻū āĻœāĻūāĻ‚āĻĶāĻū āĻđāЈ, āĻĻāЇāĻ•āЀ āĻĶāЇ āĻĨāЋāМāЇ āĻ•āĐ°āĻŪ
āĻ‡āĻ•āĐąāĻ āЇ āĻđāЁāĐ°āĻĶāЇ āĻđāĻĻ, āĻœāĻĶāЋāĻ‚ āĻĪāĐąāĻ• āĻšāĐ°āĻ—āЇ āĻĻāĻūāĻ•āĻūāĻ° āĻĶāЇ āĻĻāĻūāĻē āĻ‡āĻļ āĻĻāĻūāĻē āĻŠāЂāĻ°āЀ āĻĪāĻ°āЍāĻđāĻūāĻ‚ āĻ­āĻ°āЀ āĻđāЋāĻĩāЇ.
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Dhammapada is is a Buddhist scripture, containing 423 verses in 26
categories. According to tradition, these are verses spoken by the
Buddha on various occasions, most of which deal with ethics. It is is
considered one of the most important pieces of Theravada literature.
Despite this, the Dhammapada is read by many Mahayana Buddhists and
remains a very popular text across all schools of Buddhism. - Excerpted
from Wikipedia
The
title, “Dhammapada,” is a compound term composed of dhamma and pada,
each word having a number of denotations and connotations. Generally,
dhamma can refer to the Buddha’s “doctrine” or an “eternal truth” or
“righteousness” or all “phenomena”; and, at its root, pada means “foot”
and thus by extension, especially in this context, means either “path”
or “verse” (cf. “prosodic foot”) or both. English translations of this
text’s title have used various combinations of these and related words.
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