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indriyārtheṣhu vairāgyam anahankāra eva cha




इस लोक और परलोक के सम्पूर्ण भोगों में आसक्ति का अभाव और अहंकार का भी अभाव, जन्म, मृत्यु, जरा और रोग आदि में दुःख और दोषों का बार-बार विचार करना॥8॥


Humbleness; freedom from hypocrisy; non-violence; forgiveness; simplicity; service of the Guru; cleanliness of body and mind; steadfastness; and self-control; dispassion toward the objects of the senses; absence of egotism; keeping in mind the evils of birth, disease, old age, and death; non-attachment; absence of clinging to spouse, children, home, and so on; even-mindedness amidst desired and undesired events in life; constant and exclusive devotion toward Me; an inclination for solitary places and an aversion for mundane society; constancy in spiritual knowledge; and philosophical pursuit of the Absolute Truth—all these I declare to be knowledge, and what is contrary to it, I call ignorance.


English Translation Of Sri Shankaracharya’s Sanskrit Commentary By Swami Gambirananda