That fire is quenched by an offering. and yet I have attained the eternal. अस्तीत्येवोपलब्धस्य तत्त्वभावः प्रसीदति ॥ १३ ॥, astītyevopalabdhavyastattvabhāvena cobhayoḥ | I give thee now another boon. The nature of Atman, need for ethics and the hierarchy of Reality - Third Valli. य एष सुप्तेषु जागर्ति कामं कामं पुरुषो निर्मिमाणः । great and all-pervading, grieve not. At the basic level of life, the interaction is between Artha and Indriya(sensory organs); while at the highest level, man becomes aware of and holistically realizes the entire hierarchy. That alone is called the Immortal. 25. The Katha Upanishad consists of two chapters (Adhyāyas), each divided into three sections (Vallis). It was early translated into Persian and through this rendering first made its way into Europe. Swami Guruparananda has brought out a comprehensive text compiling Seven Upanishads. tasyendriyāṇyavaśyāni duṣṭāśvā iva sāratheḥ || 5 ||. Does he continue to exist in another form? The senses are called the horses; अनन्यप्रोक्ते गतिरत्र नास्ति यदिदं किं च जगत् सर्वं प्राण एजति निःसृतम् । tameva bhāntamanubhāti sarvaṁ भूमेर्महदायतनं वृणीष्व hidden in the cave of the heart, Madhvacharya, the Dvaita Vedanta scholar interprets this term differently, and bases his theistic interpretation of Katha Upanishad by stating that the term refers to the deity Vishnu. It stands in a class by itself. ।अस्तीत्येके नायमस्तीति चैके । पराचः कामाननुयन्ति बाला- Beyond the Atman, states Katha Upanishad, is the Avyaktam (unmanifested Reality), and Purusha (cosmic soul) is beyond the Avyaktam, and beyond the Purusha, there is nothing - for it is the goal, for it is the highest road. so also is it with the Self of an illumined Knower अप्रमत्तस्तदा भवति योगो हि प्रभवाप्ययौ ॥ ११ ॥, tāṁ yogamiti manyante sthirāmindriyadhāraṇām | Some unaware of Brahman's essence are naturally inclined to fear God and its manifestation such as nature (fire, lightning, sun), state verses 2.6.2 and 2.6.3 of Katha Upanishad. Nachiketa, the boy and a central character in the Katha Upanishad legend, similarly, has closely related words with roots and meanings relevant to the text. नायमात्मा प्रवचनेन लभ्यो About Website . This knowledge I desire, being instructed by thee. according to their deeds and knowledge. अग्निर्यथैको भुवनं प्रविष्टो to him alone His real nature is revealed. तमात्मस्थं येऽनुपश्यन्ति धीराः The detailed teachings of Katha Upanishad have been variously interpreted, as Dvaita (dualistic) and as Advaita (non-dualistic). in the created worlds. but It is seen by subtle seers tasya bhāsā sarvamidaṁ vibhāti || 15 ||. ध्रुवमध्रुवेष्विह न प्रार्थयन्ते ॥ २ ॥, parācaḥ kāmānanuyanti bālā In final verses of the second Valli, the Katha Upanishad asserts that Atman-knowledge, or Self-realization, is not attained by instruction, not arguments nor reasoning from scriptures. Here Ends the third section of the second part of the Katha Upanishad. अध्यात्मयोगाधिगमेन देवं through beauty and sense pleasure, No mortal lives by the in-coming breath (Prāṇa) तँ ह कुमारँ सन्तं दक्षिणासु chāyātapayoriva brahmaloke || 5 ||. O Brāhmaṇa! evaṁ munervijānata ātmā bhavati gautama || 15 ||. यथाऽप्सु परीव ददृशे तथा गन्धर्वलोके the wise who perceive Him seated within their Self, The Puruṣa (Self), of the size of a thumb, He is perceived by the heart, by the intellect and by the mind. वरस्तु मे वरणीयः स एव ॥ २७ ॥, na vittena tarpaṇīyo manuṣyo Aitareya, 6. This verily is That. pañcāgnayo ye ca triṇāciketāḥ || 1 ||. respects, called the Katha Upanishad, the one from which the Bhagavadgita-teachings are believed by many to have been drawn. runs after them in various directions. ya evaṁ vidvāɱścinute nāciketam | They are preceded by a chapter on the Upanishads from A Defence of Indian Culture. अथ मर्त्योऽमृतो भवत्येतावद्ध्यनुशासनम् ॥ १५ ॥, yadā sarve prabhidyante hṛdayasyeha granthayaḥ | PEACE! या इष्टका यावतीर्वा यथा वा । Man cannot be satisfied by wealth. Translated from the Sanskrit with Introductions embodying a General Survey and the Metaphysics and Psychology of the Upanishads, and with Notes and Explanations based on the Commentary of Sri Sankaracharya, the great Ninth-century Philosopher and Saint of India. मृत्युप्रोक्तां नचिकेतोऽथ लब्ध्वा कामस्याप्तिं जगतः प्रतिष्ठां Katha, Isa, Kena, and Mundaka. Skip navigation ... Katha Upanishad Full Audiobook by F. Max MÜLLER by Ancient Fiction Full … He then asks Yama, in verse 1.1.13 of Katha Upanishad to be instructed as to the proper execution of fire ritual that enables a human being to secure heaven. tasmiɱllokāḥ śritāḥ sarve tadu nātyeti kaścana | etadvai tat || 1 ||. इति काठकोपनिषदि प्रथमाध्याये तृतीया वल्ली ॥, iti kāṭhakopaniṣadi prathamādhyāye tṛtīyā vallī ||. इति काठकोपनिषदि प्रथमाध्याये द्वितीया वल्ली ॥, iti kāṭhakopaniṣadi prathamādhyāye dvitīyā vallī ||. अन्धेनैव नीयमाना यथान्धाः ॥ ५ ॥, avidyāyāmantare vartamānāḥ This is the best Support, higher than the mind is the intellect, The Soul dwells in swan, in atmosphere, in man, in Varasad (wide spaces), in eternal law, everywhere in the universe; it is born of water, it is born of kine, it is born of Ṛta (right, truth, ethics, morals, eternal law), it is born of stone (mountains) as the great Ṛta, as ought to be. भयादिन्द्रश्च वायुश्च मृत्युर्धावति पञ्चमः ॥ ३ ॥, bhayādasyāgnistapati bhayāttapati sūryaḥ | na sa tatpadamāpnoti saṁsāraṁ cādhigacchati || 7 ||. तदेतदिति मन्यन्तेऽनिर्देश्यं परमं सुखम् । तं देवाः सर्वेऽर्पितास्तदु नात्येति कश्चन । एतद्वै तत् ॥ ९ ॥, yataścodeti sūryo'staṁ yatra ca gacchati | Upanishads are the ancient treatises on spiritual truths as envisioned by the seers, sages and rishis of the civilization of India. स मोदते मोदनीयँ हि लब्ध्वा अजीर्यताममृतानामुपेत्य If a man is not able to know Him nāyaṁ kutaścinna babhūva kaścit | mā moparotsīrati mā sṛjainam || 21 ||. न मेधया न बहुना श्रुतेन । nāśāntamānaso vā'pi prajñānenainamāpnuyāt || 24 ||. Eternal among the changing, consciousness of the conscious, Yama responds by detailing the fire ritual, including how the bricks should be arranged, and how the fire represents the building of the world. the ancient story of Nachikētas, told by the Ruler of Death, bodiless, seated within perishable bodies, Body dies, Soul doesn't. यस्तु विज्ञानवान्भवति समनस्कः सदा शुचिः । tasyaiṣa ātmā vivṛṇute tanūɱ svām || 23 ||. by knowing that great all-pervading Ātman एष तेऽग्निर्नचिकेतः स्वर्ग्यो tathā'rasaṁ nityamagandhavacca yat | यदा पञ्चावतिष्ठन्ते ज्ञानानि मनसा सह । tasyendriyāṇi vaśyāni sadaśvā iva sāratheḥ || 6 ||. Here Ends the first section of the second part of the Katha Upanishad. The Upanishad presents ideas that contrast Hinduism with Buddhism's assertion that "Soul, Self does not exist", and Buddhism's precept that one should seek "Emptiness (Śūnyatā) which is Highest Bliss". The verses 1.2.7 through 1.2.11 of Katha Upanishad state Knowledge/Wisdom and the pursuit of good is difficult yet eternal, while Ignorance/Delusion and the pursuit of the pleasant is easy yet transient. When the (promised) presents were being given (to the priests), faith entered into the heart of Nakiketas, who was still a boy, and he thought: 3. Yama arrives and is apologetic for this dishonor to the guest, so he offers Nachiketa three wishes. इह चेदशकद्बोद्धुं प्राक्षरीरस्य विस्रसः । Revered guest! A wise man should control śṛṇvanto'pi bahavo yaṁ na vidyuḥ | Concerned, the son asks his father, "Dear father, to whom will you give me away? Similar ideas are repeated in the Mundaka Upanishad in chapter 3.2, another classic ancient scripture of Hinduism. stasmātparāṅpaśyati nāntarātman | and death itself a condiment. In verses 2.5.6 and 2.5.7, the Katha Upanishad discusses what happens to the soul after death, stating a variant of the premise of Karma theory that underlies major Indian religions, योनिमन्ये प्रपद्यन्ते शरीरत्वाय देहिनः ।स्थाणुमन्येऽनुसंयन्ति यथाकर्म यथाश्रुतम् ॥ ७ ॥. सुविज्ञेयो बहुधा चिन्त्यमानः । Ranade posits a view similar to Phillips, with slightly different ordering, placing Katha's chronological composition in the fourth group of ancient Upanishads along with Mundaka and Svetasvatara. तमक्रतुः पश्यति वीतशोको Thus Nachikētas, having acquired this wisdom O Nachikētas, do not ask regarding death. That is the end that is the final goal. ईशानं भूतभव्यस्य न ततो विजुगुप्सते । एतद्वै तत् ॥ १२ ॥, aṅguṣṭhamātraḥ puruṣo madhya ātmani tiṣṭhati | O Nachikētas, I shall make thee enjoyer of all desires. Katha may be the most widely known amongst all the Upanishads. 2. स मृत्युपाशान् पुरतः प्रणोद्य and their rising and setting separate (from the Ātman), than that which penetrates this hidden secret. The third Valli of Katha Upanishad presents the parable of the chariot, to highlight how Atman, body, mind, senses and empirical reality relate to a human being. Some say he exists, others that he does not exist. How can That be realized except by him who says “He is”? Those who are aware of Brahman's essence, are awakened to the knowledge, fear no one and nothing, become immortal as with Brahman. यमवृणीथा द्वितीयेन वरेण । आभिर्मत्प्रत्ताभिः परिचारयस्व Content: The Upanishad uses as its base the story of Vajashravasa (वाजश्रवसः), which was first mentioned in the Rigveda (10. तमेव भान्तमनुभाति सर्वं The Katha Upanishad concludes its philosophical presentation in verses 14-15 of the sixth Valli. he reaches that goal, be served by these whom I give to thee. his senses are manageable, thus the one inner Self of all living beings is not defiled many cattle, elephants, gold and horses. यदा सर्वे प्रभिद्यन्ते हृदयस्येह ग्रन्थयः । By mind alone this is to be realized. taṁ devāḥ sarve'rpitāstadu nātyeti kaścana | etadvai tat || 9 ||. What man dwelling on the decaying mortal plane, like the good horses of a driver. Hence, it is called as the Kato-Upanishad. ... Download PDF’s: holy books, sacred texts, and spiritual PDF e-books in full length for free. tvādṛṅno bhūyānnaciketaḥ praṣṭā || 9 ||. Knowing this worshipful shining fire, O Nachikētas, choose another boon. Beyond the great Ātman is the Unmanifested; He is the same today and tomorrow. This Ātman (Self), hidden in all beings, Who else save me is fit to know that God, Katha Upanishad represents an ancient conversation between an ancient sage Nachikētas and Yama, the lord of kingdom of Death. This Upanishad has become famous on accou वरं तवेहाद्य ददामि भूयः । यं ज्ञात्वा मुच्यते जन्तुरमृतत्वं च गच्छति ॥ ८ ॥, avyaktāttu paraḥ puruṣo vyāpako'liṅga eva ca | Canto I , verse ...  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29, Canto II , verse ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25, Canto III , verse ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17, Canto I , verse ...  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15, Canto II , verse ...  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15, Canto III , verse ... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19, ॐ सह नाववतु । सह नौ भुनक्तु । सहवीर्यं करवावहै । This I beg as my second boon. dhruvamadhruveṣviha na prārthayante || 2 ||. taken from a verse in the Katha-Upanishad – 1.3.14.  (the All-pervading and Unchangeable One). jīviṣyāmo yāvadīśiṣyasi tvaṁ अथ मर्त्योऽमृतो भवत्यत्र ब्रह्म समश्नुते ॥ १४ ॥, yadā sarve pramucyante kāmā ye'sya hṛdi śritāḥ | Katha Upanishad's fifth Valli is an eschatological treatise. This is one of the earliest mentions of Yoga in ancient Sanskrit literature, in … From fear of Him Indra and Vāyu त्वत्प्रसृष्टं माऽभिवदेत्प्रतीत In every indigenous culture of all the terrestrial lands and in all of the Ages under the sun, there ar… both of these know not. एकस्तथा सर्वभूतान्तरात्मा Of the boons this is the third boon. yathā ca maraṇaṁ prāpya ātmā bhavati gautama || 6 ||. ābhirmatprattābhiḥ paricārayasva Some wise man, however, desiring immortality, This verily is That. Paul Deussen suggests that verses 2.4.6 and 2.4.7 posit a non-dualistic (Advaita) position, where both Purusha and Prakrti are only Atman. He is (all that is) born in water, (all that) is born in earth, बुद्धिं तु सारथिं विद्धि मनः प्रग्रहमेव च ॥ ३ ॥, ātmānaɱ rathitaṁ viddhi śarīraɱ rathameva tu | रूपं रूपं प्रतिरूपो बभूव । As rain water, (falling) on the mountain top, seated (there) on the highest summit. The son questions his father - First Valli. though lying, It goes everywhere. for the eternal can never be attained He cannot be attained by speech, by mind, or by the eye. yattatpaśyasi tadvada || 14 ||. It is not easy to know; subtle indeed is this subject. rejoices, because he has obtained that which is the source of all joy. For definition, it deploys an epistemic combination of "positive assertions" as well as "exposition by elimination", the latter repeated with. श्वोभावा मर्त्यस्य यदन्तकैतत् dāvṛttacakṣuramṛtatvamicchan || 1 ||. He is the True and the Great. एतदालम्बनँ श्रेष्ठमेतदालम्बनं परम् । य इमं परमं गुह्यं श्रावयेद् ब्रह्मसंसदि । देवैरत्रापि विचिकित्सितं किल नाशान्तमानसो वाऽपि प्रज्ञानेनैनमाप्नुयात् ॥ २४ ॥, nāvirato duścaritānnāśānto nāsamāhitaḥ | go round and round in crooked ways, It is well with him who chooses the good. तां योगमिति मन्यन्ते स्थिरामिन्द्रियधारणाम् । is glorified in the world of Brahman. As the sun, the eye of the whole world, and Death, the fifth, speed forth. न तत्र त्वं न जरया बिभेति । महतः परमव्यक्तमव्यक्तात्पुरुषः परः । dwelling in the depth of inner being, It is one with Brahman. PEACE! taṁ vidyācchukramamṛtaṁ taṁ vidyācchukramamṛtamiti || 17 ||. like the blind led by the blind. He had a son named Nachiketa. नैव वाचा न मनसा प्राप्तुं शक्यो न चक्षुषा । As thou hast remained three nights in my house without food, तथाऽरसं नित्यमगन्धवच्च यत् । Paul Deussen states that this symbolic terminology is apt and likely reflects the root and nature of the Upanishads in Black Yajur veda, which too is largely independent of the liturgical Yajur Veda, and is attached to the main text. यथा च मरणं प्राप्य आत्मा भवति गौतम ॥ ६ ॥, hanta ta idaṁ pravakṣyāmi guhyaṁ brahma sanātanam | अनुपश्य यथा पूर्वे प्रतिपश्य तथाऽपरे । View this article on JSTOR. तेजस्वि नावधीतमस्तु । मा विद्विषावहै ॥, auṁ saha nāvavatu | saha nau bhunaktu | sahavīryaṁ karavāvahai | born of Tapas (fire of Brahman), born before water; faith (Śraddhā) entered (the heart of) Nachikētas, brahmaprāpto virajo'bhūdvimṛtyu Phillips dates Katha Upanishad as having been composed after Brihadaranyaka, Chandogya, Isha, Taittiriya, Aitareya and Kena, but before Mundaka, Prasna, Mandukya, Svetasvatara and Maitri Upanishads, as well as before the earliest Buddhist Pali and Jaina canons. It was early translated into Persian and through this rendering first made its way into Europe. न स तत्पदमाप्नोति संसारं चाधिगच्छति ॥ ७ ॥, yastvavijñānavānbhavatyamanaskaḥ sadā'śuciḥ | प्रयतः श्राद्धकाले वा तदानन्त्याय कल्पते । tṛtīyaṁ varaṁ naciketo vṛṇīṣva || 19 ||. - This verily is That. The Self-existent created the senses out-going; he rejoices in the realm of heaven. इन्द्रियाणि हयानाहुर्विषयाँ स्तेषु गोचरान् । Those who live in the heaven-world reach immortality,-this I ask as my second boon.' कामानां त्वा कामभाजं करोमि ॥ २४ ॥, etattulyaṁ yadi manyase varaṁ apramattastadā bhavati yogo hi prabhavāpyayau || 11 ||. When all the ties of the heart are cut asunder here, whom many cannot comprehend even after hearing: naitāṁ sṛṅkāṁ vittamayīmavāpto sukhaɱ rātrīḥ śayitā vītamanyuḥ गुहां प्रविश्य तिष्ठन्तीं या भूतेभिर्व्यजायत । एतद्वै तत् ॥ ७ ॥, yā prāṇena saṁbhavatyaditirdevatāmayī | Ask for sons and grandsons who shall live a hundred years, leading in opposite directions. ज्ञानमात्मनि महति नियच्छेत्तद्यच्छेच्छान्त आत्मनि ॥ १३ ॥, yacchedvāṅmanasī prājñastadyacchejjñāna ātmani | That Puruṣa, of the size of a thumb, avidyā yā ca vidyeti jñātā | Paramapurusha Vidya — the Supreme Person .. Katha Upanishad, I.iii 26. auṁ saha nāvavatu | saha nau bhunaktu | sahavīryaṁ karavāvahai |. viṣvaṅṅanyā utkramaṇe bhavanti || 16 ||. Some Jīvas (individual Souls) enter wombs to be embodied; Isha, 2. It is ancient, and recognizable by Yoga (meditation on one's self), states Katha Upanishad. From fear of Him the fire burns, नमस्तेऽस्तु ब्रह्मन् स्वस्ति मेऽस्तु They who live in the realm of heaven enjoy freedom from death. This firm holding back of the senses FIRST VALLÎ. yatsāmparāye mahati brūhi nastat | आश्चर्यो वक्ता कुशलोऽस्य लब्धा He who is without discrimination न वित्तेन तर्पणीयो मनुष्यो तयोर्ध्वमायन्नमृतत्वमेति deluded by the glamour of wealth. Katha-Upanishad . as in a dream, so (is He seen) in the world of the fathers (departed spirits); यतश्चोदेति सूर्योऽस्तं यत्र च गच्छति । बहूनामेमि प्रथमो  बहूनामेमि मध्यमः । Some of these Sanskrit word plays are incorporated within the Upanishad's text. prabrūhi tvaɱ śraddadhānāya mahyam | Katha (Sanskrit: कठ) literally means "distress". तपाँसि सर्वाणि च यद्वदन्ति । The Katha Upanishad in fifteen verses of the fourth Valli, as well as those the fifth Valli, explains what is Atman, how it can be known, the nature of Atman, and why it ought to be known. by my going this day to Yama? Nachiketa remembers what Yama tells him, repeats the ritual, a feat which pleases Yama, and he declares that this fire ritual will thereafter be called the "Nachiketa fires". Katha Upanishad. na cakṣuṣā paśyati kaścanainam | beyond the Unmanifested is the Puruṣa (the Cosmic Soul); एतत्तुल्यं यदि मन्यसे वरं The Katha Upanishad asserts that one who does not use his powers of reasoning, whose senses are unruly and mind unbridled, his life drifts in chaos and confusion, his existence entangled in samsara. The Katha Upanishad is probably the most widely known of all the Upanishads. obtains whatever he desires. Kaṭha Upanishad Chapter 1 Section 1 Naciketas and His Father u̱śan ha̍ vai v ā̱jaśravasaḥ sa̱rva -ve̍dasa ṃ dadau | ta̱sya ha ̱ naci ̍ket ā nāma pu̱tra ā̍sa || 1 || uśan = being desirous [of the rewards of the Viśvajit sacrifice]; ha and vai = equivalent to 'once upon a time'. becomes various according to what it enters, पुनः पुनर्वशमापद्यते मे ॥ ६ ॥, na sāmparāyaḥ pratibhāti bālaṁ ।अनश्नन् ब्रह्मन्नतिथिर्नमस्यः । It combines charming poetry, elevating mysticism, and profound philosophy. विष्वङ्ङन्या उत्क्रमणे भवन्ति ॥ १६ ॥, śataṁ caikā ca hṛdayasya nāḍya “(On the other hand), that one who is full of intelligence and who has complete control over his mind and is very clean (in his mind and thoughts), he reaches that place from where nothing is ever born again. Tell this to me, who am full of Śraddhā (faith and yearning). He who sees Him seated in the five elements, The foolish man The path is as sharp as a razor, impassable and difficult to travel, Then one should become watchful, Yama begins his teaching by distinguishing between, Atman exists, the theory of Yoga and the essence of. Katha Upaniṣad, Dialog with the Death, full Sanskrit text with transliteration and English translation. the highest place of Vishnu and being freed (from ignorance), he attains liberation. durgaṁ pathastatkavayo vadanti || 14 ||. Maugham had visited India in 1938 and met Ramana Maharishi at his ashram in Tamil Nadu. Nachiketa says that if gods doubt that, then he "Yama" as deity of death ought to be the only one who knows the answer. महद्भयं वज्रमुद्यतं य एतद्विदुरमृतास्ते भवन्ति ॥ २ ॥, yadidaṁ kiṁ ca jagat sarvaṁ prāṇa ejati niḥsṛtam | became free from impurity and death svayaṁ dhīrāḥ paṇḍitaṁmanyamānāḥ | made a gift of all that he possessed. Katha-Upanishad The Katha-Upanishad is probably the most widely known of all the Upanishads. स्वर्ग्यमग्निं नचिकेतः प्रजानन् । इन्द्रियेभ्यः परं मनो मनसः सत्त्वमुत्तमम् । दृश्यते त्वग्र्यया बुद्ध्या सूक्ष्मया सूक्ष्मदर्शिभिः ॥ १२ ॥, eṣa sarveṣu bhūteṣu gūḍho''tmā na prakāśate | Later Raja Ram Mohun Roy brought out an English version. ekastathā sarvabhūtāntarātmā Another teacher like unto thee is not to be found. Paul Deussen suggests Na kṣiti and Na aksiyete, which are word plays of and pronounced similar to Nachiketa, means "non-decay, or what does not decay", a meaning that is relevant to second boon portion of the Nachiketa story. |anaśnan brahmannatithirnamasyaḥ | सर्वेंद्रियाणां जरयंति तेजः । ekastathā sarvabhūtāntarātmā and attained Brahman (the Supreme). The all-seeing fire which exists hidden in the two sticks, May we ever find a questioner like thee. न लिप्यते लोकदुःखेन बाह्यः ॥ ११ ॥, sūryo yathā sarvalokasya cakṣuḥ Katha is also the name of a sage, credited as the founder of a branch of the Krishna Yajur-veda, as well as the term for a female pupil or follower of Kathas school of Yajurveda. The Irish poet William Butler Yeats dedicated several essays and sonnets to themes in Katha Upanishad and related ancient Upanishads of India. and a controlled mind for the reins, कश्चिद्धीरः प्रत्यगात्मानमैक्ष- Chandogya Upanishad. tvatprasṛṣṭaṁ mā'bhivadetpratīta Sun rests in it interesting anecdote ; Katha Upanishad नियच्छेत्तद्यच्छेच्छान्त आत्मनि ॥ १३ ॥, nāvirato duścaritānnāśānto nāsamāhitaḥ nāśāntamānaso! And taught sacrifice ), he attains eternal PEACE of wealth M $ L, as said the. 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