D., PROFESSOR OF SANSKRIT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE. PREFACE. OF the three Satakas or centuries of couplets ascribed to Bhartrihari, the Mti. Bhartṛhari is a Sanskrit writer to whom are normally ascribed two influential Sanskrit texts: scholarship. The name Bhartrihari is also sometimes associated with Bhartrihari traya Shataka, the legendary king of Ujjaini in the 1st century. Bhartrihari Nitishatakam. Front Cover. Bhartrhari, P. P. Sharma Bibliographic information. QR code for Bhartrihari Nitishatakam. Title, Bhartrihari Nitishatakam.
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Hahn and printed in his second chapter, enriched and improved by what he has been able to collect himself. OF the three Satakas or centuries of couplets ascribed to Bhartrihari, the Mti and Vairagya Satakas alone are included in the following pages. Chaturdasabhuvandni, the fourteen divisions of the world, is explained by the scholiast to mean “the whole earth,” a figurative way of expressing the greatness of the possessions of the sovereigns referred to.
So friends acting together may overcome an enemy, even at the loss of their own lives. English proverb, ” A thorn in one’s side ; ” also 2 Cor.
He saw this earth. Oh how I wished that other businesses in India would learn to do the same!
Or a retinue of horses and elephants and attendants: The tortoise, whose back is wearied with the burden of the mighty world which he bears, has been indeed born to good purpose; the birth of the Pole Star is glorious too, for the splendid orb of the universe is fixed upon him ; all other beings that have come into being are as though dead, for their wings are useless in doing good to others ; they are neither above nor below, but are even as gnats, buzzing about in the fig-tree of this world.
The Soul is Rasa. Satavishdna, ” the horn of a hare ; ” proverbial for that which does not exist. Hitopadesa, Mitraldbhah, ” Chakravat parivartante duhkhani cha sukhani cha. Even we commit sin by boasting of our own virtues shamelessly before those rich men whose minds are senseless through the intoxicating power of wealth.
It is better to fall from the highest point of a lofty mountain and be dashed to pieces among the rocks it is better that one’s hand should be bitten by the poisonous ;i fangs of a dreadful serpent it is better to fall into the I fire, than that one’s piety should fail.
The poetical rasas are ten: A virtuous son, an affectionate wife, a liberal master, a loving friend, a guileless kinsman, a mind not harassed by care, a handsome form, abiding riches, a mouth abound- ing in wisdom these are the gifts which Hari, the giver of desires, the delight of the earth, bestows upon the man with whom he is pleased.
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The Taittiriya Sanhitd says ” This universe was formerly waters, fluid. Fikramorvasi, Introductory sloka “Antar mumukshubhir niyamitapranadibhir mrigyate,” ” Sivawho is sought inwardly with suspended breath and other penances by those who desire liberation from objects of sense. Prahasana, translated “comedy,” is one of the ten Rdpakas or forms of dramatic representation. But who cares any more for these delights when bhattrihari mind reflects on their uncertainty?
Brian Hodgson’s ‘ Miscellane- ous Essays’ will be found bhartrihri valuable both to the philologist and the ethnologist. Sringara Sataka, a purely amatory poem ; 2.
Hershon is a very competent scholar. One may have had only one wife: The world, though it be supported on the king of the serpents, on the elephants that bear it up, on the great mountains, and on the tortoise, shakes; but that which has been promised by men of pure minds never fails, even though ages have passed away.
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In their laps the birds perch fearlessly, and drink nutishatakam tears of joy flowing from their eyes. A dog rejoices over a small filthy bone of an ox which he has found stripped of flesh, though it satisfies not his hunger ; but the lion passes by the jackal stand- ing near him and attacks the elephant.
Kakopi jivate chiram clia balim chabhurikte. I am satisfied with bark clothing ; thou takest plea- sure in thy magnificence: The unbroken bharrrihari, moreover, that they are niitshatakam authorship of one man whatever his name may be should not go for nothing. Physical Type of Tibetans.
The desires in our own minds have faded: The ascetics who, pure in heart, have suc- ceeded in crossing it successfully, are filled with joy. The heart of the wise is soft as a lotus flower in prosperity, but in adversity it is as firm as a mountain rock.
Fairdgya SataJca, sloka The eighth or ninth century A.