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300Subhashitas

300Subhashitas

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Published by Dilip Kumar Agrawal
Here you'll admire the treasure of Sankrit Subhashitaas, courtesy Shri Mandar Padhye's Yahoo! Group 'Subhaashitas' on Sanskrit
Here you'll admire the treasure of Sankrit Subhashitaas, courtesy Shri Mandar Padhye's Yahoo! Group 'Subhaashitas' on Sanskrit

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1.
 
AignaÁ SaoYaM?NaÁ SaoYaMSa~uÁ SaoYaMtqaOva ca a
 
punaÁ punaÁ p`vaQa-ot tsmaat\SaoYaMna karyaot\aa
 Agni (fire) , Rna( runa-loan), shatru(enemy), if remain even in smalltrace(shasham) will grow again(punah punah pravardheta), so finish themcompletely(tatah shesham na karayet).
2.
 
PaRqvaIvyaaM~IiNa r%naaina jalama\Annama\sauBaaiYatma\a
 
maUZO: paYaaNa#aNDoYaur%nasaM&a p\rdIyatoaa
 There are three jwels in this earth. They are water, food and Subhaashita!! But the Fools call thepieces of rocks as Jewels!Subhaashitaa are nothing but the collection of vast experiences of people or in other words wisesayings.
3.
 
na AiBaYaokaona saMskar: isaMhsya ik`yatovanaoa
 
ivak`maaija-tsa<vasya svayamaova maRgaoMd`ta aa
 There is no official coronation (RaajyaBhishekh) ceremony held to declare that lion is the king of jungle.He becomes king by his own attributes and heroism ('Parakram').
4.
 
vanaaina dhataovanhosaKa Bavait maa$t: a
 
sa eva dIp naaSaaya kRSaoksyaaist sahRdma\aa
 When it cathes fire in forest, wind is there to assist it.(sakha bhavati marutah). Same winddestroys a small lamp(sa eva deep nashayay). If one dosen't have power/wealth, he dosent havefriends (krshe kasyaasti sahrdam ).The above Subhaashita is very much applicable from the national point of view.One will support you if you are powerful or else the same will destroy you.So the only alternative with us is to become a mighty and powerful nation in the world.
5.
 
ivaVa ivavaadaya QanaMmadaya Sai>: proYaaMpirpIDnaaya a
 
Klasya: saaQaao: ivaprItma\etd &anaaya danaaya ca rxaNaaya aa
 A crooked man's (Durjan) Knowledge (Vidya) is used by him only for thearguments (ViVaad), his Wealth (Dhanam) results in him becomming an egoistic (Madaaya)person and his Power (Shakthi) is used just to trouble others (Paripidaanaaya). The opposite istrue for a good man (sajjan). His Knowledge (Vidya) is used for good purposes, his wealth is usedto donate (Daanaaya) it to others and his power/might is used to protect (Rakshanaaya) theweak.
 
6.
 
duba-lasya balaMrajaa,baalaanaaMraodnaMbalama\a
 
balaMmaUK-sya maaOina%vaM,caaOraNaama\AnaRtma\balama\aa
 The strength (Balam) of the weak (Durbal) is King (Raja) [The king is expected to protect theweak]. Crying(Rodanam) is the strength of a small child [Parents accede to the child's demanddue to the child's crying. Thus crying is the strength of a child as it can get what it desires bycrying!]. Not expressing the views is the strength of an unintillegent person! [People think that theperson talks less, which is considered as a good habit] And telling lies is the strength of a thief [Thieves get away with their crimes by their art of telling the untruth]. Let's identify our strengths!!
7.
 
ASvaMnaOva gajaMnaOva vyaaGa`MnaOva ca naOva ca a
 
Ajaapu~MbailaMdVat\dovaaoduba-laGaatk: aa
 Horse (Ashwam)? - No, Elephant (Gajam)? - No, Tiger (VyaGhram)?? -No,Not at all!! Only the baby goat (AjaaPutram) is sacrificed during any ritual.Conclusion is that even God does not protect the weak!!
8.
 
AYTadSapuraNaanaaMsaarMvyaasaona kIit-tma\a
 
praopkar: puNyaaya papaya prpIDnama\aa
 In all the 18 'Puranas' Shri. Vyaasa Maharshi has told only two gospels:Doing favour to others is 'Punya' and troubling others is 'Paapa' (Sin)!!
9.
 
ihmaalayaMMMsamaarBya yaavat\[Mdusaroavarma\a
 
tMdovainaima-tMdoSaMihMdusqaanaMp`caxatoaa
 Starting from Himalayas and extending upto Indu sarovaram (Indian Ocean)is the nation created by God which is known as 'Hindusthan'.Himalayan ranges including Hindukush parvat on Western side and the ranges extending uptoNorth Myanmar ( Brahmadesh) on the Eastern side formed the Northern Boundary of ancientHindusthan. This land extended upto the Indian Ocean on the Southern side.This is the sacred land where God took Birth from time to time and recreated and established thesocial structure.
10.
 
et_oSa p`saUtsya sakaSaadga` janmanaa a
 
svaMsvaMcair~MiSaxaorna\pRiqavyaaMsava-maanavaa: aa
 All the people over the earth (Pruthiwyam Sarvamanavaha) should take lessons about living andbuilding their characters from the ancestors (Rishis and Saints) (Agrajanmanaha) who took birthin this land, Nation. (Etaddesh prasootasya)The Hindu culture and heritage is the greatest of it's kind in this world and has power to lead andshow right path to the whole world.
 
11.
 
AyaMinaja: praovaoit gaNanaa laGaucaotsaama\a
 
]darcairtanaaMtuvasauQaooOva kuTumbakma\aa
 Consideration like "he is mine or he is another's"occur only to the narrow minded persons. To the broad-minded persons thewhole world is a family.
12.
 
xaNaSa: kNaScaOva ivaVama\AqaM-MMca saaQayaot\a
 
xaNaonaYTokutaoivaVa ,kNaonaYTokutaoQanama\aa
 Every moment one should learn, from every bit one should earn.If you waste a second (kshan) you can't get knowledge (vidya)and if you waste a bit (kan) u can't get money (artham)
13.
 
ASvasya BaUYaNaMvaogaaoma<aMsyaad\gajaBaUYaNaMa
 
caatuya-ma\BaUYaNaMnaayaa-]VaogaaonarBaUYaNaMaa
 Speed is the glory of Horse (Ashwa) . The majestic walk is the glory of elephant (Gaja) Beingwise ('Chatur') is an asset to women (Naarya) and always being engaged in some work (Udyogo)suits the man.
14.
 
xauQa\t-RT\AaSaa: kuTuimbanya maiya jaIvait na Anyagaa: a
 
tasaama\AaSaa mahasaaQvaI kdaicat\maaMna mauHcait aa
 Hunger, Thirst (Trut) and desire (Aasha) are like man's three wives. Until he is alive these threewill never leave him or go else where. In comparison of the three, desire (Aasha) is a'MahaSaadhvi' because it NEVER EVER leaves the man. Unlike hunger and thirst whichdisappear for some time after eating /drinking, desire is the thing which never disappeares fromman's mind!!
15.
 
kulasyaaqao-%yajaodokma\ga,amsyaaqao-kulama\%yajaot\a
 
ga,amaMjanapdsyaaqao-Aa%maaqao-pRiqavaIma\%yajaot\aa
 sacrifice your own interest for sake of your family, sacrifice familyfor village, sacrifice village for cause of nation and sacrifice everythingfor Atma.
16.
 
naaxarMmaM~rhItMnamaUlaMnaaOYaiQama\a
 
Ayaaogya pu$YaMnaaist yaaojakst~dula-Ba: aa
 There is no letter which is not a mantra(which cant be used in mantra),there is no root, which can't form some medicine, there is no person who

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