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Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme by Munindra Misra
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“Who strive not for objects unattainable, grieve not for what lost and gone be,
Who suffer not mind clouded amid mishap, have intellect with wisdom truly.
[26] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“That king who forsakes lust, anger, bestows wealth to needy,
Discriminates, is learned, active, is regarded as man of authority;
Prosperity is attends on king who inspires confidence in others truly,
Who punishes guilty in right measure, knows when to show mercy.
[97] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Who ignores not weak foe, with intellect waits for his opportunity,
Who displays in season ability, with the stronger desires no hostility;
Grieves not in calamity, applying all senses, patiently bearing misery,
Is wise – foremost of persons and all his foes but vanquished do be.
[98] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Who make not friends with sinful, lives not away from hope futilely,
Who outrages not another's wife and betrays not arrogance surely;
Who never commits any theft or never shows ingratitude certainly,
And never indulges in drinking is a person who is always happy.
[99] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Whose judgment dissociated from desire follows both virtue and gain only,
Who ignores pleasure, chooses ends serviceable in both worlds - wise be.
[23] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“They that exert to the best of their might, act also to the best of their ability,
Who but disregards nothing as mere insignificant – is called wise definitely,
[24] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Who understands quickly, pursues objects with judgment, listens patiently,
Wastes not breathe on others affairs; possess foremost mark of wisdom truly.
[25] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“The learned has grieve by instructing foolish disciple surely,
As a wicked wife or with the wretched having familiarity.
[4] 1.4 Chanakya”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“A wicked wife, a false friend, a saucy servant begets misery,
As living in a house with a serpent in it begets death surely.
[5] 1.5 Chanakya”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Save money for adversity, wife against riches undoubtedly,
But save the soul even against wife and riches invariably.
[6] 1.6 Chanakya”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Save wealth but never assume it removes all calamity,
When riches forsake, amassed stock dwindles rapidly.
[7] 1.7 Chanakya”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Where you are not respected inhabit not that country,
You can not earn, have friends and get knowledge truly.
[8] 1.8 Chanakya”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“The Grhasta blessed if house a bliss, wife speaks sweetly,
If wealth satisfies desire, sons able, enjoys wife’s company;
If servants obedient, has hospitality, Lord worshiped daily,
Delicious food, drink shared, finds joy in devotees’ company.
[209] 12.1 Chanakya”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Little given to brahman in distress compensated abundantly,
Is got back not in equal quantity, but in a way higher degree.
[210] 12.2 Chanakya”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Polluted who hears not voice of learning, gives no charity,
Who sees not pure devotee and walks not to places holy;
Who fills with things by crooked practices unhesitatingly,
And who ever holds his head high in arrogance and vanity.
[212] 12.4 Chanakya”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“The marks of wise men - adherence to acts, worrying not of any praise be,
Rejection of what is blameable; in faith and reverence submerged absolutely.
[19] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Who anger, nor joy, nor pride, nor false modesty, nor stupefaction, nor vanity,
Can draw away from the high ends of life, is ever considered wise certainly.
[20] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Whose intended acts, proposed counsels - remain concealed from enemies,
Whose acts are known after they have been done – is considered wise only.
[21] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme
“Whose proposed actions are never obstructed by heat, cold or prosperity,
Or by the fear of attachment or adversity – is considered wise undoubtedly.
[22] - 33 Mahatma Vidur”
Munindra Misra, Wisdom of Mahatma Vidur & Chanakya: in English Rhyme