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The Book of Adoration Part Three

K. Natesan

Associate Editor
Dr. Sampadananda Mishra

Published by
V. S. Ramanan
President, Board of Trustees
Sri Ramanasramam
Tamil Nadu - 606603
Researched and Edited by
Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni Project
Guru Nayana and Maharshi: The Call and the Grace Trust
1, 8th cross, Tagore Nagar
Pondicherry - 605008

Sri Ramanasramam
Tamil Nadu - 606603

First Edition: 2005

Price: Rs. 300.00

Printed in India by
All India Press
Kennedy Nagar
Pondicherry - 605001

The current volume marks the end of stotragranthamDlD of
the Collected Works of Vasishtha Ganapati Muni. The Muni was,
indeed, one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century. His
contribution to the stotra literature in Sanskrit is beyond comparison.
In this volume the stotras dedicated to different gods are compiled together. The major works here are QrnramaKacatvDriWQat
and indrasahasranDma. Another major section gntamDlD has a
number of stotras dedicated to different God-heads. The Roman
transliteration of the entire text provided as a part of the volume is
a great help for many readers who are not well acquainted with
Devanagari script. To read and recite these beautiful stotras composed by the Muni, is, indeed, a joy, a happy experience.
We are happy to know that the work of editing the Collected
Works of the Muni in twelve volumes has been progressing very
well. So far ten volumes are ready and are going to be published
by Sri Ramanasramam one after another. Hopefully, by another
one year all the volumes will have been published. We ensure Sri
K. Natesan, who has dedicated himself for the compilation and
editing of all the works of the Muni, has Sri Bhagavans blessings
in abundant measure and will continue to be the inspiring force
towards the publication of all the volumes.
We are sure that the third volume of The Collected Works of
Ganapati Muni too, like the first and second volumes, will be
equally useful and inspiring for the spiritual aspirants.
Sri Ramanasramam
08. 03. 2005

Sri V.S. Ramanan

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;ks esnkZ;nhka HkkUra /okUrerhR; AA*
vande QrnramaKarIerDcDryasya padDbjam
yo medarQayadnQaW bhDntaW dhvDntamatntya.
I bow down at the Lotus-Feet of Sage Sri Ramana, the great
Teacher, who has shown me the Self-effulgent Supreme Lord
beyond nescience.
vkskjonua oU|a dohukekfnea dfoe~ A
oUns x.kir nsoa ujosk/kja xq#e~ AA
oOkDravadanaW vandyaW kavnnDmDdimaW kavim
vande gaKapatiW devaW naraveIadharaW gurum.
I bow to the adorable God Ganapati, Pranava-faced, the original Poet of poets, the Guru in human disguise.
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dkO;S% d.Bors f/k;k /kuors dLeSfpnLeS ue% AA
vedairbodhavate girDW vilasitaiU sammodamudrDvate
dhnrairbhDratasuribhirbalavate purvaiU pratiIFhDvate
mantraiU mitravate maharIicaranaiU DcDryalakshmnvate
kDvyaiU kaKFhavate dhiyD dhanavate kasmaicidasmai namaU.
His wisdom is founded on the Vedas. With scintillating speech
he is poised in Bliss. His strength has its foundation on the
steadfast seers of this sacred land of Bharata.
*The first verse here is by Ganapati Muni and the remaining three are by
Sri Kapali Sastriar.


He stands firm by the realisations of the ancients. The mantras are his close companions. It is his good fortune to have
the Maharshi as his guru. His voice reverberates with poetry.
His intellect is his wealth. Salutations to him, the Ineffable.
nsgsu nwjksfi nk u nwj% izh.kkfr ;ks u% Lej.ksu fl)% A
dFka uq fp=ka rfnna p ;Lekr~ fojktls Roa n;kluLFk% AA
dehena duropi hrdD na duraU prnKDti yo naU smaraKena siddhaU
kathaW nu citraW tadidaW ca yasmDt virDjase tvaW hrdayDsanasthaU.
Though physically not near to us, thou art close to our hearts.
Thy presence is intense by the mere remembrance that makes
us happy. No wonder for thou reignest shining in our hearts.
Bowing down to all my gurus, I am indeed very happy
that I have been chosen as an instrument to carry out the most
heart-fulfilling work of editing the Sanskrit writings of my beloved
guru, Vasishtha Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni, most affectionately known as Nayana (as called by Bhagavan Sri Ramana
Maharshi). I am very certain and also feel strongly that it is only
the Divine grace and power of the Maharshi and Nayana that
have guided me to undertake this work, whatever the outer circumstances might appear to be. Besides, I am also clear that it is
the Divine Grace which has prepared me over many long years
for this work. Therefore, with utmost humility, I would like to
write these few lines as an editorial for the Collected Works of
the Muni.
Vasishtha Ganapati Muni was a colossal figure of wisdom and tapas, and there is no doubt that he was the most prolific author of spiritual writings in Sanskrit in the 20th century. His
writings reflected the depth and vastness echoing Vedic spirituality, encompassing varied topics, like verses of adoration to differiii

ent deities (in various metres), verses depicting the principles of

existence, aphorisms on a vast array of subjects, prose writings
such as commentaries, on Dyurveda, on astrology and even in the
form of novel. However, most of his writings have not yet been
published. The Muni, a genuine spiritual seeker who attained to
great heights and depths of spiritual realisation and wrote extensively on various topics, was never concerned in the matter of the
preservation and publication of his writings. Those close to the
Muni knew that he would simply hand over many of his writings
to his disciples and would not ask for the same again, and in the
process many were slost. Nevertheless, the writings of the Muni
were an outpouring of his tapas, the souls seeking for the Eternal. Therefore, these are not only of great spiritual value but also
immensely important from a socio-cultural viewpoint, and need to
be preserved for ages to come.
I came to the lotus-feet of Sri Ramana Maharshi in the
year 1922 through my first Sanskrit teacher, Sri Vasudeva Sastry.
I met Ganapati Muni for the first time in 1926. Munis son, Sri
Mahadeva Sastry, was my Sanskrit teacher in the Municipal High
School where I studied. The Muni used to come to the school
and speak to us at length on various topics (under the auspices of
the Sanskrit Association). It was at this time that the Muni initiated me into certain mantras. Out of my simplicity, once I asked
him as to how to master the Sanskrit language. His reply was
immediate, direct and simple. He advised me to read and write all
his works again and again, leaving the rest to the Grace. His
advice became a mantra, which has primarily governed the rest
of my life till date. I started collecting all his works and have been
reading and writing them again and again. Although these efforts
eventually took me over completely, I feel it was really the grace
of Bhagavan Ramana which worked within me. Soon I began this
noble work. Bhagavan noticed it with a watchful eye. He would

sometimes ask me if I had a specific writing. He would often ask

for my notes, see them and even make copies in different languages. I consider myself blessed, as there were occasions when
Bhagavan Ramana himself would write some of the verses of the
Muni (which I did not have in my collections) in my note-book in
his own hand-writing. (The facsimile of a few of these are published at the end of the editorial for the delight of the readers.)
Most of my collections of the Munis writings have come
from the late Sri D.S. Viswamitra of Sirsi in North Karnataka,
who had collected these from Sri Mahadeva Sastry, son of the
Muni. I had made several trips to Sirsi, enjoyed the most gratifying hospitality of this family for months, when I used to sit and
copy the works. I was also happy that I could provide some of
the originals and other works of the Muni which Sri Viswamitra
did not possess. I have also collected many other writings of the
Muni from some of his disciples like T.K. Sundaresa Iyer,
Viswanatha Swamy, Raju Sastry, Vasudeva Sastry, Appu Sastry
and Pasupathy Sastry. As mentioned earlier, some of the writings
I received from the gracious hands of my beloved guru Sri Ramana
Maharshi himself.
One could write volumes on the Munis style and diction.
My aim here is not to attempt anything on this point. The Muni,
being an aIFDvadhDnn, could write simultaneously on many topics
during a given period of time. Depending upon his inspiration,
before completing one work, he would start another. He would
sometimes revise and rewrite the same topic several times.
In my effort towards editing these writings of the Muni, I
have taken a simple approach. I have classified these into different volumes such as adoration, aphorisms, commentaries, etc. The
arrangement of these writings in a particular order, appearing in a
specific volume, follows either the nature of the work or its academic importance. The arrangement does not reflect chronology

as the dates of many writings are not available. For the sake of the
totality of presentation, I have included several of revised versions
and incomplete writings of the Muni.
I understand the need for an English transliteration and
translation, which most readers look forward to. But for the time
being, I have decided to compile the Collected Works of the Muni
concentrating on the original Sanskrit texts with only the Roman
transliteration. However, I feel that the translation of the work will
take its own time, as it is well understood that the translation of
any spiritual writing is not an easy task.
Dr. Sampadananda Mishra of the Sri Aurobindo Society,
Pondicherry, a promising Sanskrit scholar in his own right, has
helped me in editing and organising these Collected Works. It is
my great pleasure to say that Dr. Mishra has been devoting a
considrable amount of time with great responsibility of editing the
Collected Works of the Muni. He has not only prepared the Shloka
Indices for first, second and the third volumes but also has taken
the responsibility of checking the correctness of the Sanskrit texts
for all the volumes and preparing the Roman transliteration. For
the second volume he has contributed an editorial in Sanskrit under the title vDsiIFhagaKapatimuneU sDhityam which highlights
the scholarship of the Muni and the poetic beauty of his diferent
writings. I have immense pleasure in having Dr. Sampadananda
Mishra as the Associate Editor of the Collected Works of the
This volume begins with a stuti titled as QrnramaKacatvDriWQat. This stuti has forty verses in the praise of Bhagavan
Sri Ramana Maharshi. The verses of this stuti were composed by
the Muni in different times and were arranged in this form by the
Bhagavan himself. For a clear understanding of the facts related
to this stuti I have provided here a special note on the genesis of
QrnramaKa-catvDriWQat. In this volume except ambikDgntam and

reKukDgntam appearing under gntamDlD, all other stotras are

dedicated to different Gods only. The stotras dedicated to different goddesses representing several aspects of the Divine Mother
are given in the first and second volumes. So, in a way, this volume has all the stotras dedicated to the different Gods. The Introduction to the Contents of Volume Three provides short notes
on each stotra appearing in this volume.
I sincerely pray for the grace of Bhagavan Sri Ramana
Maharshi and Ganapati Muni, so that the work is completed with
perfection and in time. It is with a great sense of humility and love
that I dedicate this editorial work to Sri Ramana Maharshi and
Ganapati Muni, my gurus, and to Sri M. P. Pandit of Sri Aurobindo
Ashram, Pondicherry, who always appreciated my efforts in preserving the gurus writings.
Sri Ramanasramam

K. Natesan


The sacred work of editing and publishing the Collected
Works of Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni would not have been possible without the Grace of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi and
Nayana. I have also felt the Grace and blessings of Sri Aurobindo
and The Mother in taking up this work. Inwardly, I have been
constantly guided by the Grace of these great spiritual personalities. I have also received concrete help from Sri Kapali Sastriar
and Sri M.P. Pandit. My heart melts with gratitude to these great
souls, who have been my constant guiding spirit.
Divine help works through human instruments. Many noble
people, friends and others have been a source of constant encouragement and I have drunk the spirit of courage and enthusiasm offered by them. Among these include Sri V. S. Ramanan,
President, Board of Trustees, Sri Ramanasramam,
Thiruvannamalai; Sri Vamadeva Shastri (David Frawley), Director, American Institute of Vedic Studies, U.S.A.; Dennis Hartel,
Sri Arunachala Ashram, U.S.A.; Sri S. Shankara Narayanan, a
well-known disciple of Sri Kapali Sastriar; Sri Alan Jacobs and
his wife, Jane Adams of Sri Ramana Foundation, London; Sri
J.G.K. Murthy, Chennai; Sri A. R. Natarajan, Sri Ramana
Maharshi Center for Learning, Bangalore; Sri J. Jayaraman, Sri
Ramanasramam and the late Sri G.L. Kantham, Guntur.
This work would not have been possible but for the
caring and loving touch of Sri D.S. Viswamitra and his wife, Srimati
Kamakshi, daughter, Srimati Indrani, and sons, Sri Divaspati and
Sri Brahmanaspati of Sirsi (North Karnataka). I can only say that
it has been possible to bring out the Collected Works of the Muni
only because of this family, who, as trustees have preserved these
for posterity. I am grateful to the entire family for their loving support.

All the photographs of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi

and Ganapati Muni are, copyright of Sri Ramanasramam,
Thiruvannamalai. I am grateful to Sri V. S. Ramanan, President,
Board of Trustees, for allowing me to print the photographs in this
Collected Works. Sri A. R. Natarajan, Bangalore, and Dennis
Hartel, U.S.A. have also helped me in getting some photographs.
I thank them for their support. Madam Jane Adams is the artist
who has drawn the beautiful pencil sketches of the Muni. I am
thankful to her and Alan Jacobs of Sri Ramana Foundation, London, for permitting me to publish these in the Collected Works.
The publication of the book from handwritten manuscripts
through the use of computer was a new experience for me. Typing,
proof readings, page formatting, planning the entire layout were possible due to the sincere efforts of Dr. Sampadananda Mishra and
his wife, Prashanti. I cannot imagine publishing the Collected
Works without their help. I sincerely feel that they were specially
chosen and brought into contact with me by the unseen hands of
Grace for the completion of this work. Dr. Sampadananda Mishra
is a budding Sanskrit scholar in his own right and he has helped me
immensely in organising and editing the Collected Works. I am,
indeed, very happy to have him as the Associate Editor of the Collected Works of the Muni. I am very grateful to him and his wife for
all their help and support. I bless and wish them all the very best.
I am grateful to Mr. Rand Hicks of Integral Knowledge
Study Centre, Pensacola, and Mr. Dennis Hartel of Arunachala
Ashrama, New York, USA, for their helpful suggestions.
A few copies of the second Volume of the Collected
Works of the Muni were sanctified by offering at the lotus feet of
Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi at Sri Ramanasramam,
Tiruvannamalai, in the Shivaratri ceremony on 8 March 2005. A
formal release of the Volume was made in a simple ceremony on 9
March 2005 at Ramanasramam. I am grateful to all those who

were present on this occasion. I am thankful to Sri V.S. Ramanan,

President, Sri Ramanasramam, for organising the function. The
first copy of the book was recieved by me from the hands of
Swami Ramananda Saraswati.
I am greatful to Mr. Christopher Quilkey, Editor, The
Mountain Path, published by the Ramanasramam, for making
an announcement in The Mountain Path for seeking financial
contributions towards the publication of The Collected Works of
the Muni. In response to this several well-wishers have contributed generously to the Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni Project,
Pondicherry. I am indebted to all of them for their support and
I must express my deep gratitude to the Trustees of Sri
Gitagovinda Pratisthanam, Pondicherry, for their constant support
to us in the undertaking of this project.
Sri Saphal of the All India Press, Pondicherry, has taken
special interest in printing this Volume. I feel indebted to him for
bringing out the book in a beautiful way in a short time.
Finally nothing would have been possible without the help
of my family members. My wife, Smt. Gnanambal, who is not
with me physically at this stage, has done a lot of personal sacrifice. She helped me to carry on with the Munis work by taking
the family load on herself. She was an ardent devotee of Bhagavan
and Nayana. I can feel her happiness and satisfaction and continual
encouragement from a different plane even now. My children and
their families have supported me constantly during this work.
I bow down again to the Grace which made me its instrument in carrying out this work.
Sri Ramanasramam
08. 03. 2005

K. Natesan



Vasishtha Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni (1878-1936) belongs to the rare race of intellectual and spiritual giants who
crowded into the narrow corridors of the last quarter of 19th and
first four decades of the 20th century to endow life, letters and all
endevours with meaning, purpose and altitude. He was a valiant
soldier in the cause of Truth and Divinity. For communing with the
Divine, certainly he was well-endowed, gifted as he was with marvellous powers of mind, intellect and soul. Even highly learned
people of our time wonder at his indubitable versatile genius, keenness of perception and understanding of our modern problems,
though he had never been to school all his life. His powers of
intellect and intuition had solved and untied many mystic knots.
His wide scholarship and studies in religious lore harmonized in
him all religions and schools of philosophy. He was a master of
metaphysics and his gift transported him into regions whence he
could see the entire manifestation. In fact, he belonged to the order of the Rig Vedic seers who were gods among men.
The Munis life story is sweet and all-absorbing and has
been beautifully rendered in the famous biography VDsiIFha
Vaibhavam by his foremost disciple, Sri Kapali Sastriar. Ganapati
Muni was born in Kalavarayi near Bobbili in Andhra Pradesh on
17th November1878. He belonged to a family of Sri Vidya initiates (in vDsiIFha gotram), which had actually migrated from a
village near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu in the late 16th or early
17 th century (later the family was well-known as the
Ayyalasomayajulu family). His parents, Narasimha Sastry and
Narasamamba, had three sons, Ganapati being the middle one.

Nearly a year before his birth, on the holy day of rathasaptamn,

his mother had been to the famous surya (Sun) temple at Arasavalli
(near Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh) to offer her prayers and
worship. She stayed overnight in the temple after the traditional
worship to the Lord. In the next early morning she had a dream in
which a beautiful woman with golden divine radiance emerged
from the corridors of the temple, approached her with a shining
pot of fire and giving it in her hands vanished. To her utter astonishment, the moment the fire pitcher came into contact with her, it
entered her womb and assumed the form of a child. Soon after
her return to home from Arasavalli, she showed signs of pregnancy. She believed that her child was a divine gift of God agni
(fire). While she was waiting to deliver the child, her husband,
Narasimha Sastry, had gone to the holy city of Kashi (Benares in
Uttar Pradesh) in November 1878, where he also had a unique
experience. When he was performing tapas in the ohuKoigaKapati temple (near Visweswara Ghat) he had the vision of a
little child emanating from the Deity and coming near him. After
these wonderful experiences by both parents, Ganapati was born
in the parental home of his mother on 17th November 1878. The
father appropriately named his second son Ganapati, rooted in his
conviction that the child was an emanation of God Ganapati himself. It may be noted that the Vedic deity agni (Fire) is none other
than gaKapati described in the purDKas and worshipped in the
tantras. Ganapati himself was conscious of his divinity. He has
expressed this in his most famous poem UmDsahasram and has
said that he was born as an amsa (portion) of God Ganapati. He
has also expressed his conviction about the identity between him
and God Ganapati, the guiding spirit of his corporeal existence, in
his work HerambopasthDnam (Glory of Ganapati).
Ganapati was educated entirely at home. His father,
Narasimha Sastry, like his ancestors, was an expert and wellxii

versed in mantra QDstra, astrology and Dyurveda. With this traditional family background, proficiency in these subjects came
naturally to Ganapati. When he was only 10 years old, he was
able to prepare the pacDOgam (almanac). He finished studying
the classical Sanskrit poems and then devoted himself to the study
of grammar and poetics. At the same time he delved deep into the
writings of Vyasa and Valmiki. Again and again he read the
Mahabharata. His horizon widened and his intellect mellowed with
an ever-deepening perception. Like the ancient Rishis, Ganapati
wanted to experience immense strength and power by the practice of tapasyD through mantra japa and meditation. Although
married at an early age to Srimati Vishalakshi, he started visiting
one sacred place after another for his tapas when he was 18
years old. He used to stay in one place for a few days or even
months. In one such visit to Bhubaneswar (in Orissa, where the
famous Lingaraj temple of Lord Siva is located), during his
tapas, Ganapati had a vision, in which Goddess lalitDmbikD
(bhubaneQvarn) appeared before him, offering divine nectar. As
Ganapati tasted this heavenly nectar, the Goddess watched him
with a sweet smile, full of grace. From then onwards, the sweetness of the nectar became an integral part of him. After this incident, Ganapatis intellect developed a rare sharpness and he attained complete mastery over poetry. Indeed, the literary work
composed after this incident is endowed with a distinct sweetness
and grace.
When Ganapati was staying in Kashi, he came to know
that an assembly of scholars (harisabhD) would be held in the
famous city of Nabadwipa in Bengal. On the advice of his friends
he got a letter of introduction and went to Nabadwipa. There he
excelled in all the difficult tests that he was put to with an effortless
ease that stunned his examiners, who unanimously conferred the
title kDvyakaKFha (one who has poetry in his throat voice of

poetry) on him forthwith. He was only 22 years old then (details

are in Volume 11).
Ganapati repaired to the south of the country in his 25th
year. From Kanchipuram he came to Arunachala (Thiruvannamalai)
in 1903 to perform tapas. He visited twice Sri Brahmana Swamy
(who was later named as Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi by
Kavyakantha himself) before he accepted a teachers job at Vellore
in 1904. Later in 1907, he resigned his job at Vellore and returned
to Arunachala. It was at this stage that he sought and gained the
grace of Sri Brahmana Swamy (Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi).
An intellectual and spiritual giant who had high achievements to
his credit and a host of followers as well, Kavyakantha still felt
that his lifes purpose was not fulfilled. He remembered Brahmana
Swamy whom he had met earlier and approached him for his grace
and gain inner realization, peace and true import of tapas that he
still lacked. On 18.11.1907 Kavyakantha approached Brahmana
Swamy, who was staying in the Virupaksha cave, and prostrating
himself at his feet said in a trembling voice: All that has to be
read I have read, even Vedanta Sastra I have fully understood. I have performed japa and puja to my hearts content. Yet I have not up to this time understood what tapas
is. Hence have I sought refuge at thy feet, pray enlighten
me about the nature of tapas. For quite sometime Brahmana
Swamy gazed silently at Kavyakantha. He broke his 11 years of
long silence and spoke gently, If one watches where his notion of I springs, the mind will be absorbed into that.
That is tapas. If a mantra is repeated and attention is directed to the source where the mantra sound is produced,
the mind will be absorbed in that. That is tapas. The scholarpoet was filled with joy to have found his guru, and announced
that the upadeQa (teaching) was original, and that Brahmana
Swamy was indeed a maharshi and should be called so thereafxiv

ter. He gave the full name Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi to

Brahmana Swamy, whose original name was Venkataraman. Thus,
the meeting was of profound significance not only for Kavyakantha
but also for the world at large, which could learn from such a high
authority about the real stature of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi,
the Silent Sage of Arunachala. Following this momentous meeting, Ganapati composed his great devotional poem,
UmDsahasram, a thousand verses in praise of UmD, the Divine
Mother, as a part of his tapas in gratitude to the great Goddess
for having given him the Maharshi as his Guru (Master). This work
is the magnum opus of Sri Vasishtha Ganapati Muni.
The Muni had the unique experience of kapDlabheda. In
the summer of 1922 at the Mango cave of the Arunachala hills,
the Muni had several yogic experiences, arising from deeper parts
of his being and invading his physical consciousness (resulting in
great physical pain). During this, he visited his Master and told
him of his inner and physical experience. His most compassionate
Master, Sri Maharshi, comforted him by placing his lotus hands
on his head. On the very night, he had the experience of the culmination of kuKoalinn sDdhanD, resulting in the most unique experience of kapDlabheda. His cranium was broken into two parts; a
distinct sound caused by the breaking arose from the passage,
which joins the two holes of the ears. A line of smoke going out of
the head was perceived there. The Muni later spoke to his disciples about this yogic experience and that this has been mentioned in the sixth chapter of the taittnriyopaniIad, quoting
vyapohya QirIakapDle bhurityagnau prati tiIFhati (having separated the two parts of the cranium, he stands established in Fire as
BhuU, the earth element) and mentioned several great effects of
the power of yoga experienced at this time with their secrets. It is
usually believed that the physical effects of this great experience
are such that the body cannot sustain long following this event.

However, in his case, with the strength of his own tapasyD and
the Grace of his most compassionate Master, he lived for fourteen
long years (although he had to observe certain physical restrictions, such as that he could not shave his head nor could put his
bare feet on the ground) after this experience. This event speaks
volumes on the extraordinary nature of his tapasyD and the fact
that he was perhaps the greatest Master of tantra born on this
earth. In fact, the final revision of his magnum opus UmDsahasram after this experience, remains, testimony not only to his
supreme mastery over the tantras but also his ability to find the
reconciliation and concordance between the Vedic, Upanishadic
and the Tantric schools of thoughts. The kapDlabheda experience also reconfirms the conviction that he was the direct aWQa
(portion) of the Vedic deity agni (who resides as the power of
kuKoalinn in the mulDdhDra of human beings).
The poet seer Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni met
Sri Aurobindo on 15th August 1928. He stayed at the Sri Aurobindo
Ashram for about a fortnight. During this stay at the Ashram, the
Muni meditated with The Mother a few times. After one such
meditation, The Mother expressed that the Muni was a real yogi
who could plunge into great depths the moment he started meditation and that she had not so far found any person abiding in Her
spiritual consciousness as Ganapati Muni did. Further, at the instance of Sri Kapali and Sri S. Doriswamy Iyer, the Muni translated some portions of Sri Aurobindos The Mother
(mDtrtattvaprakDQikD) in chaste Sanskrit verses with some notes.
On reading the Munis translation, Sri Aurobindo seems to have
very generously observed, It far excels the original. It is also
worth mentioning that the Muni presented to Sri Aurobindo the
last and final version of his UmDsaharam (written in his own handwriting after his experience of kapDlabeheda) with specific notes
on each chapter before his meeting in 1928.

It is more than six decades since the great Kavyakantha

Ganapati Muni passed away in 1936. He was a great tapasvn,
whose one aim in life was the restoration of BhDrata MDtD (Mother
India) to her ancient greatness. Unlike others who aim at liberation for themselves, this great soul believed that he must obtain the
grace of God not for himself but for the nation and through it for
the betterment of the world. Towards that consummation he had
done penance since his early years and this, too, very rigorously
during the last years of his life.
The Vedic seers were by no means recluses from the affairs of the world. In fact, these Vedic seers made themselves the
superior vehicle through which the divine forces of heaven played
for the welfare of humanity. To become one such perfect instrument in the hands of the Maha Shakti was the goal towards which
Ganapati worked and dedicated his entire life. Although the Muni
was a giant personality, he was very humble in his day-to-day life.
This can be proved by two incidents in his divine life. The Muni
and his beloved disciple, Daivarata, did tapas in Padaivedu near
Vellore in the year 1917. As a result of the tapas, certain Mantras
were revealed to his disciple Daivarata. Ganapati Muni, the guru,
recorded the Mantras as they came down from the lips of Daivarata,
his disciple. He even wrote a commentary on the Mantras, as
Sankara did for his disciple, Hastamalaka. There is yet another
incident to which I would like to draw the attention of the readers.
The Muni was verily a fountain of love and affection for his pupils
and followers far and near. This did not deter the guru and QiIya
from having a difference of opinion at times. The Muni blessed Sri
Kapali Sastriar and permitted him to follow Sri Aurobindo.
A scholar poet, Sri Vasishta Ganapati Muni has many spiritual and other writings in Sanskrit to his credit. UmDsahasram,
gntamDlD, ramaKagntD, ramaKacatvDriWQat and saddarQanam
are a few titles well-known among his disciples and others. But

very little is known about his other numerous Sanskrit writings,

covering a wide variety of topics: praises and prayers to various
deities (stotras), poetic compositions (kDvyas), philosophy
(darQana), logic (nyDyaQDstra), medical science (Dyurveda),
astrology and astronomy (jyotiIaQDstra), commentaries (bhDIya),
novel (DkhyDyikD), letters (patrDKi) and other research works.
His versatility can also be judged from his writings sDmrajyanibandhanam (a proposed constitution for India) and
lDlibhDIopadeQa (a new language for the Indian people). He was
spontaneous in composing all these either in verse form (Qlokas)
or in the form of aphorisms (sutras) or prose form (gadya). Nevertheless, all these were the result of his tapas, an outpouring of
his soul in seeking or gratitude to the Divine.
Of his stotrakDvyas, umDsahasram, indrDKisaptaQati,
pracKoacaKoitriQatn and gntamDlD are meant for those longing
for a great spiritual realisation. The indrasahashranDma is a composition of thousand names of indra culled from the Rigveda,
which are strung into a garland of one hundred and eight verses.
The ramaKacatvDriWQat (40 verses in praise of Bhagavan
Sri Ramana Maharshi) is chanted daily both at the Sri Ramana
Ashramam and in innumerable homes of the devotees of
Sri Ramana Maharshi. The Muni had an unique ability of rendering philosophical thoughts in the form of poetry (Qlokas), and his
writings viQvamnmDWsD, ramaKagntD, saddarQanam and
tattvaghaKFDQatakam remain in testimony to this. RamaKagntD
is in the form of recordings of questions put forth by disciples and
the answers given by the Maharshi and is one of the most cherished writings of the Muni. His saddarQanam is the Sanskrit rendering of Sri Maharshis Tamil writing, ulladu narpadu (Forty
Verses on Reality) on which his beloved and learned disciple,
Sri T.V. Kapali Sastriar, has written a faithful commentary in
Sanskrit. This reflects the spirit of Sri Maharshis original teachings.

Of his vast and variety of sutra writings, it would be difficult to single out any one as more meritorious than the others.
DaQamahDvidyDsutram (the ten cosmic powers of the Divine
Mother as described in the tantras) is an outstanding composition, in which the Muni has described the ten cosmic aspects of
the Divine Mother and their significance. Here he has also brought
out the association of these ten cosmic aspects of the Mother
described in the Tantra with the corresponding Vedic deities.
Thereby, not only he has been able to bring forth a link between
the Vedas, Upanishads and Tantras, but also has been successful
in dispelling several wrong conceptions on the significance of these
deities. These compositions reflect Munis great powers of Yogic
perception. The way in which he has expounded the different deities such as kDln, tDrD, sundarn, bhuvaneQvarn, pracaKoacaKon,
etc., and correlates them to the Vedantic concepts has once for all
removed all antagonisms and has bridged the so-called gulf between the Vedantic and Tantric schools of philosophy. RDjayogasDrasutra is a short and concise exposition of the Upanishadic
methods of the inner quest. Caturvyuhasutra is a revelation of
the cosmic divinities wherein he has expounded the four important
emanations of the Vedic deity Indra (DkDQa, kDla, vidyut and
surya). JaiminnyatarkavDrtikam is his own interpretation of the
sutras of Jaimini, where he has advocated that the Vedas are indeed pauruIeyam (of human origin). Further, in this he has given
his own interpretation of the mnmDWsD philosophy, placing it on a
higher pedestal in relation to Vedanta. His QabdapramDKacarcD
also discusses the origin of Vedas. PacajanacarcD and
vivDhadharmasutram are related to social aspects. In the former
one the practice of untouchability is condemned with the authority of QDstras. In the latter he deals with marriage as a sacrament. His other sutra writings also include cikitsDnuQDsanam
(Dyurveda) and gaKaka-kaKFhDbharaKam (astronomy) as well

as sDmrDjya-nibhandhanam (a proposed constitution for India).

The prose writings of Vasishtha Ganapati Muni too are
extensive and these include: commentaries on several texts including
Vedas and Upanishads; study on the different characters of the
great epic poem MahDbhDrata; letters to Sri Ramana Maharshi,
The Mother of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, and others.
His commentaries on Rigvedic mantras and the nQopaniIad,
though brief, are revealing and illumining. The Muni has given his
own original spiritual interpretation of the mantras, and he was
highly critical of the ritualistic interpretation of Rigvedic mantras
by Sayana. His commentary on the nQopaniIad is original and is in
the light of the teachings of Sri Ramana Maharshi. His bhDratacaritramnmDWsD is unique as it establishes a link between some
of the important characters of the mahDbhDrata and those mentioned in the Vedic texts. ramaKagntD, saddarQana and the commentary on the upadeQasDram (thirty verses written by Sri Ramana
Maharshi in Sanskrit), are most popular writings of the Muni
which reveal the greatness of the teachings of Sri Ramana
His novel, purKD, in Sanskrit, though unfinished, is unique
in many ways. The style and diction that the Muni used here make
it an unparalleled novel of his time. It not only depicts the ability of
the Muni to write beautifully and spontaneously in Sanskrit prose,
but it also records his power of expressing the feelings of the heart
and not just the logic of the mind.
In the letters of the Muni to Sri Maharshi and The Mother
of the Sri Aurobindo Ashram, one can find the art of letter-writing
in Sanskrit. Through these letters he was able to express lucidly
his deepest aspirations, concepts and thoughts.
However, it is difficult to summarise the thoughts, perceptions and literary ability of the Muni. The Muni, indeed, was a
versatile genius and can be compared with Kalidasa and Shankara

in poetic renderings, with Vyasa in sutra writings and with Patanjali,

Shabara and Shankara in writing commentaries. The writings of
the Muni are not just some products of literary activities but are
the records of his unique Yogic experiences and subtle visions and
will be a guiding spirit and lamp for the centuries to come.
Sri Ramanasramam

K. Natesan


Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni was a poet par excellence. Poetry was not something mentally conceived and produced, but
something that arose as a spontaneous fountain from his inner consciousness, from the greater depths of his being. He took to literary activities as a part of his tapas, and very aptly he used his
poetic ability by composing beautiful stotras or devotional lyrics.
His contribution to stotra literature in Sanskrit is incredible and
This volume is the last part of stotragranthamDlD of the
Muni. The first stotra in this volume is dedicated to Bhagavan
Ramana Maharshi, and is titled as QrnramaKacatvDriWQat. The
Muni says here that it is Maharshi who having removed the darkness has made it possible for him to see the all-effulgent Lord.
There are forty two verses in this stotra composed in nine different metres. Through the power of his devotion and poetic ability,
the Muni has made the stotra worth reciting as a daily prayer to
Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi. (A detailed note on this stotra is
given in this volume under the title A Note on QrnramaKacatvDriWQat)
In the second stotra Lord Shiva has been praised in hundred verses. Therefore, the stotra has been titled as QivaQatakam.
The hundred verses are divided into ten groups, each containing
ten verses written in a particular metre. Each section is named
after the metre used therein.
The third stotra, QivastavarDja has seventy two verses written in four different metres of gDyatrn variety. So the stotra is
evenly divided into four sections, each containing eighteen verses.

In a very simple language the Muni has praised Lord Shiva, and
finally, prays him to increase the strength of intelligence so then he
can work for the protection of his Motherland.
The fourth stotra is titled as Qivasaptati. In seven verses composed in anuIFup metre, the Muni has collected seventy names of
Lord Shiva from the Vedas.
The fifth stotra, entitled indrasahasranDma, is a unique composition where the Muni has culled thousand names of Indra from
the Rigveda and put them in the form of a powerful stotra. This
has been mentioned by the Muni himself in the concluding verses
of this stotra where he says:
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idaW sahasramindrasya nDmnDW paramapDvanam
rgvedato gaKapatiU saOgrhya vinibaddhavDn.
The Muni also admits that there has been no repetition of
name, nor any filler like ca, vD or tu is added for the sake of
metre. All the names of Indra are so finely woven into the eightsyllabled anuIFup metre that one does not miss their original rhythm.
It is an illumining piece of poetry extolling the vedic godhead Indra
with all his epithets. This unique composition confers all the benefits of vedDdhyayana on the reciter. A study of all these names
of Indra from a linguistic standpoint will help in the understanding
of the vedic concept of Indra who, according to Sri Aurobindo,
psychologically represents the Mind
In the Rigveda it is Indra who is praised in maximum number
of hymns. Next to him is the place of Agni, and then comes the
place of Soma. But in the whole gamut of Sanskrit stotra literature one hardly finds any stuti to Indra. It was perhaps the Muni
who has added a new dimension in the stotra literature of Sanskrit by composing several stutis to Indra in several forms.
The Muni had a plan to compose one thousand verses in

praise of Indra, but somehow the work was left incomplete with
the composition of the first hundred verses. These hundred verses
are put here under the title indrasahasre prathama W
Qatakam.The Qataka is divided into four stabakas, each containing twenty five verses composed in a particular metre. Each
stabaka is named after the metre used therein. These finely composed elegant verses are highly capable of enlightening ones understanding of the vedic and puranic concept of Lord Indra.
In the kaFDkIastabaka the graceful glance of Lord Indra is
beautiful described. The Muni says that a glance from his thousand eyes is capable of annihilating all afflictions, miseries and sufferings, and liberating one from the bondage of saWsDra. This all
powerful and pure glance of Indra is invoked here for the protection of all.
IndraviWQati has twenty verses distributed in four groups,
each having five verses in praise of Indra. Here Indra has been
extolled as the leader of the entire world. The Muni prays him to
uplift the world from the state of mortality to immortality by removing all fears and sufferings.
Indrasaptakam has seven verses in majubhDIiKn metre
where the grace of Indra is the object of invocation. The Muni
says that there is nothing that cannot be accomplished by the grace
of Lord Indra.
PrnpavanDIFkam is a stuti to VDyu, the wind god of the
Veda. It has eight verses, of which the first four are in upajDti
metre and the next four are in tanumadhyD. Here the poet adores
VDyu as the life-force of this entire universe. It is he who has given
himself completely for keeping all alive. He is the principle of immortality in all.
Narasimha, the man-lion incarnation of Lord Vishnu is praised
in the five verses of nrsiWhapacaratnam. These five verses are
five gems where the Muni says that his heart takes no delight in

anything except lord Narasimha. He describes Narasimha as the

Lord of the world who is worshipped by Indra.
In the next stuti, entitled yogDjaneyapancaratnam, the
Muni has composed five verses in anuIFup metre in praise of
Hanuman who has his mind completely fixed in the lotus feet of
Lord Narasimha. This what one finds when one goes to Ghatikachala in Tamilnadu where there is a temple dedicated to Narasimha.
TDrakarDmanDmastuti is a beautiful devotional lyric where
the Muni has invoked various qualities of Lord Rama. Here Rama
is repeatedly addressed as the son of Dasharatha. The Muni praises
Rama as the One and Absolute Lord, and prays him to remove
the sufferings of the world and make it free from the fear of death
and pain of the cycle of birth and death.
There are fifty four stanzas in krIKDkIaramDlikD eulogizing
various attributes of Krishna and singing his names. The first letters of the stanzas starting from number two to fifty follow the
order of Sanskrit alphabet (from a to ha). Therefore it is entitled
as krIKDkIaramDlikD. The Lord is repeatedly addressed here as
Krishna, the attractor of all beings, Janardana, the one who
puts an end to the cycle of birth and death, and as Hari, the one
who takes away all sufferings and miseries of the world. This is
expressed beautifully as: .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs.This
line is repeated in each stanza so then the devotee can sing the
names of Krishna again and again, and get united with Krishnas
In rDmagntD, the Muni extols the qualities of Lord Rama in
nine stanzas. A few words of the tDrakarDmanamastuti are repeated in this composition.
GntamDlD, a garland of songs, comprises ten songs dedicated to different gods and goddesses. The first song has twenty
eight stanzas in a metre called bhayahDrn, and is dedicated to
Agni, the fire god. The muni eulogizes various qualities of Agni

and implores the fire god to enlighten him with all knowledge. In
the second song it is Ganesha who has been praised in twenty
eight verses composed again in bhayahDrn metre. The Muni sings
the glories of Lord Ganesha and prays the lord to give him strength
so then he can work for the well-being of his country. In the next
song Indra has been extolled in forty two verses composed in
tanumadhyD metre. Here the Muni urges Indra to bestow him
with divine prowess so then he can do something beautiful in this
world. In vDyugntam there are twenty stanzas in tanumadhyD
metre. Here Vayu, the wind god has been described as the lifeforce of the entire universe, as the one of illimitable splendour, as
the one of indescribable glories. Next fifteen verses in pDdDkulaka
metre are put under the title suryagntam where the Muni sings the
glories of Surya, the sun god, who shines brilliantly in the three
worlds. The sixth song, entitled daQDvatDragntam, has ten verses
in tuKaka metre. Here, in each verse the Muni intones the magnificence of each of the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. AmbikDgntam has seventeen verses in pDdDkulaka metre uttering the grandeur of goddess Ambika. She is portrayed here as the one who
can fulfill all the desires of her devotee, and can annihilate all his
sins by her grace. In the next song, entitled as reKukDgntam, the
Muni eulogizes goddess Renuka in twenty eight ardhapDdDkulaka metre. In this song any sensitive reader can experience the utmost simplicity of the language used by the Muni. The
ninth song gurugntam has seventeen verses in madalekhD metre
where the Muni lauds his guru, Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi. He
depicts him as the one who shines eternally in his heart. The last
song, yogasDragntam, has twenty verses in a metre called girD
where the essence of Yoga has been beautifully depicted. The
Muni declares that in this song he has churned out the essence
from the many words of experienced Yogis and put it in the form
of a song. This marks the end of gntamDlD.

Pivagntam has twenty five verses in a metre called mukula.

Here Lord shiva has been praised to the skies as the refuge of all.
This being titled as Qivagntam we have put it right at the end of the
gntamDlD. Many a stanzas from QivastavarDja are repeated here.
RamaKagntam, the last stotra in this volume, is composed
in a lyrical style which can be sung beautifully. This is an elegant
piece of composition where the Muni summons the mankind to
croon the majestic glories of Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi.


This article was published in the December 2000 issue of the
Mountain Path published by the Ramanasramam,
Tiruvannamalai. Since this volume contains Sri
Ramanachatvarimshat, I found it useful to put it here as an
additional note.
The contact between Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi and
his famous chela, seer-poet Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni on
18.11.1907 was historic. It has been described in detail by B.V.
Narasimha Swami and other writers. On that memorable afternoon of 18th November, in the Virupaksha Cave, Kavyakantha
wrote five verses in Sanskrit lauding Maharshi, proclaiming him
Ramana and gave the paper containing the verses to the attendant
Palaniswamy. As bad luck would have it, these verses have been
lost to posterity forever.
The Muni had the conviction from his earliest years that he
was a partial incarnation of Lord Ganesa and so he could easily
spot out his younger brother Lord Subrahmanya, whatever might
be the disguise in which he might appear! An event of great significance took place at Pachaiamman temple at the foot of the hill
during Maharshis stay there along with Muni and other disciples
for about three months from January to March 1908.
One early morning Muni and other disciples were all sitting
before Maharshi, who was as usual indrawn. The Muni saw a
sparkling light come down from the skies and touch the forehead
of Maharshi six times. Immediately the Muni had the realisation
that Maharshi was none other than an incarnation of Lord

Subrahmanya. The seer-poet Ganapati Muni gave expression to

this realisation through the famous eight verses (Ramana
Ashtakam) beginning with the words Yanayatra. This was the
first composition of Muni on Bhagavan after the five verses written in Virupaksha Cave on 18.11.1907 which were lost.
Later when Bhagavan was staying on the hill the Muni composed the ten verses beginning with the words Kathaya nijaya,
with a concluding verse for these ten as follows:
Ganapathy, son of Narasimha born in Vasishta Kula,
praised the glory of his Master in ten verses in Thotaka
Again when Maharshi had his abode at Skandasramam, Muni
compiled twenty-one verses on the glory of Maharshi in two chapters. The first chapter covered the ten verses beginning with the
words Kathaya. He added three more verses on Bhagavan to
the eight verses already composed at Pachaiamman temple. He
put these eleven verses in the 2nd chapter and completed the
twenty-one verses. He composed an upasamhara sloka (concluding verse) as follows:
Ganapati, the son of Narasimha of the lineage of Vasishta,
has thus adored Sri Ramana Guru, who is Skanda, in
twentyone verses.
Besides this Nayana (Bhagavan Maharshi used to call
Ganapathy Muni endearingly as Nayana) composed three verses
on Bhagavan on different dates when he was living at
Skandashram. He composed one verse on Bhagavan on his 44th
Jayanti day 3.1.1923, which was the first Jayanti celebrated at the
present ashram. So there were twenty-five verses in all on Bhagavan
when Nayana left for Sirsi in North Canara District (present
Kamataka State) in March 1929.
From there he was writing weekly letters to Bhagavan in
Sanskrit from 10th March 1931 for some months. Along with some

of these letters he used to write one or more verses in praise of

Bhagavan. He intended to compose in this manner a hundred
verses on the glory of Bhagavan Maharshi in different metres consisting of ten dasakams (decads) that is, ten verses al for each
Nayana, however, did not compose the intended ten decads
in continuous fashion. He was capable of composing one or more
verses in a particular metre at one time and in different metres at
other times. Finally he used to edit these verses as per his plan.
But to our misfortune he did not complete
composing the ten decads as planned. He composed only fifteen
verses from North Canara. Thus we get forty verses on the glory
of Bhagavan, inclusive of the in twenty-five verses he composed
before he left for Sirsi in March 1929.
When Bhagavan came to know that Nayana intended to compose a hundred verses on him in ten chapters (ten verses per chapter) in different metres, he prepared a notebook for writing down
these verses. As soon as he got the verse or verses along with
some letters, he used to note down immediately the verse or verses
in the notebook under the particular chapter as per Nayanas plan.
After the demise of Nayana on 25.7.1936 Bhagavan edited
these forty verses for the 1st edition published in 1936.
It may be seen from the manuscript (pp.220-226 of this issue)
that Bhagavan has noted on the left the number given by Nayana
according to the chapter. On the right side Bhagavan has noted
the number of the verse he allotted for his edited version. We see
the rearrangement as explained below.
As the 1st decad was complete he retained it as it was (1 to
10). After that he put the 61st verse of the 7th decad as 11 and the
81st verse of the 9th decad as 12. He marked the 10 verses of the
2nd decad as 13 to 22. The 10 verses of the 5th decad were renumbered as 23 to 32. The first verse of the 6th decad was numxxx

bered as 33. Verses 34 to 36 were taken from 3rd decad. The

37th verse was the one composed on the Jayanti day, 3.1.1923.
The only verse of the 8th decad was numbered as 38. The 2
verses of the 4th decad found a place as the last 2 verses i.e. 39
and 40. .
Then Bhagavan also altered the concluding verse (2nd line)
of the Ramana Ekavimsati suitably to suit the new arrangement
as follows:
Ganapati, the son of Narasimha Sastry of the lineage of
Vasishta, has thus adored Sri Ramana Guru who is Skanda,
in forty verses.
Thus the 1st edition Forty verses in praise of Maharshi
was published in 1936.
Another verse commencing with the words Vande Sri
Ramana Risheh was added in the 2nd edition as an invocation:
I bow to the Lotus Feet of Sage Sri Ramana, the great Teacher,
who showed me the effulgent Lord, transcending the darkness (of nescience).
It is explained below how it happened.
Once Bhagavan engaged himself in collecting Sanskrit verses
in praise of him by different devotees. I happened to be present at
that time in the old Hall. I just mentioned to Bhagavan that Nayana
had composed the verse quoted above.
Then Bhagavan asked me, Where did you get the verse and
when it was composed by Nayana etc. I replied that at the request of Sri Kapali Sastry and Sri S. Doraiswamy Iyer, in order to
translate in Sanskrit The Mother written in English by Sri
Aurobindo, Nayana heard the gist of that work from them and
started the translation on 18.8.1928 under the title Matru Vyuha
Chatushkam during his visit to the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. The
verse under reference was an invocation for the proposed work.
But he did not complete that work. Then Maharshi desired to see

the note book containing the verse. The note book in Nayanas
own handwriting was shown to Bhagavan the next day. Bhagavan
at once copied this verse and said that this verse may be added to
the Chatvarimsat in the beginning as an invocation in the 2nd
edition, as the 1st edition was already published in 1936. Subsequent editions contain this verse.
These forty verses are being chanted daily in the morning at
the shrine of Sri Bhagavan.
Sri Ramnasramam

K. Natesan



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osfp|ksxfonka iqj%lj bfr izKkfucq)k ijs
lk/kq% dffnrhrjs xq#f/k;k osI;f?kzin~ea ro A


lsoUrs je.kkfHk/kkueuqt{ksek; tkrf{krkS

f}=kkLRoka fxfjtkihBfuy;a tkufUr nsoa xqge~ AA 16AA
vkskjkFkZeqikfnkks Hkxors ok.kheuksgkfj.ks
rkrk;kI;qinsqeq|reHkwr~ fdfonh;a eq[ke~ A
T;sL;k| lgksnjL; xq#rka izkIrksfl /khxkSjokr~
lqcz.; dfurkefi xr% lokZf/kdLRoa xq.kS% AA 17AA
;Riwo Jqfrikjnkf/kk.kks }Sik;uks/;k#gr~
ikks/kdykfo/kwrfrfej% kkigkj% A
nso Roka izfroh{krs ujruks xhokZ.klsukirs AA 18AA
/kesZ ukkeqikxrs f=kHkqous i;kZoqys ikir%
izKkus ifjrks fxjka ifFk eq/kk lk;Zek.ks tuS% A
ln~Hkkos ijesjL; p firq% lUnsgMksyka xrs
}hi% oSroeR;Zosfdrqjx RokeUrjk dLlrke~ AA 19AA
oSjkX;a ro fokeLrq d#.kka kDuksfk gkrqa dFka
nw;LrsLrq leq|e% fir`in/;kua p d rkke~ A
dkeLrsLrq foxgrks fouerka j{kk p d xgrk
LdUnPNn~eeuq; d uq le;a dfRleq}h{kls AA 20AA
nwja ;kfg oqokn /keZo`k rs usr% ija irk
nqHkzkZUrs Hkqoua tghfg ifjrks o/kZLo lalRlrke~ A
lksn;sZ.k lefUorks Hkqofeeka izkIrks
kwjkUr%iqjus=kfoHkzegjks nsoks Hkokuhlqr% AA 21AA

Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

tUeLFkkueokI; xqegeks ;ks Hksnek/kwroku~

Hkwrkuka pjrka i`FkfXo/kf/k;kekReSo ;ks Hkklrs A
nsga loZfena txk foHkoknkE; ;% izksl&
R;sdLra xq#ewrekuer js yEcksnjHkzkrje~ AA 22AA
vUr;Z cfgo/kwrfrfeja T;ksfreZ;a kkra
LFkkua izkI; fojktrs fouerkeKkueqUewy;u~ A
i;fUoeihneqlfr ;ks foL; ikjs ij&
LrLeS Jhje.kk; yksdxqjos kksdL; gU=ks ue% AA 23AA
izljrkfnr% kqHkfoyksfdre~ A
je.k rs lRQyrq es re~ AA 24AA
je.k tfUeukef; Hkoku~ xq#% A
vfHkn vkk;Lro egkuq#% AA 25AA
txnga ij% LQqjfr es =k;e~ A
lnfHkna fxjk ro folak;e~ AA 26AA
Ronqinskrks xyfr lafonk A
ef; fujU;;k lngeksHknk AA 27AA
vgfe ;ksUrjLreeya fn A
vuqHkose HkksLro ik ;fn AA 28AA
u d#.kk xq.kLro fonka irs A
n;rstl% lgtHkSors AA 29AA


ro ruqToZyR;u?k fo|qrk A
ro xkrrk ylfr HkkLork AA 30AA
dcfyra euLro foHkks nk A
Roefl lUrra foyflrks eqnk AA 31AA
HkqouHkwirsHkZxor% rs A
Hkofl ikpdks ;eorka irs AA 32AA
ujikwfuekugfe rkM;u~ A
ijfkokSnua foruqks ipu~ AA 33AA
frfejkf.k u osoya opksfHk%
d#.kkikfoyksfdrS u.kke~ A
n;s izljfUr enZ;Ura
HkxoUra je.ka xq#a uekfe AA 34AA
Hkotyfu/k xkga xkga fpjknylkylku~
inty#g}U}}hia fJrkaLro lEizfr A
je.kHkxou~ dY;k.kkuka fuosru ikfg u%
ln; n;;k flkSHkZkuikfoyksfdrS% AA 35AA
;fn u tuuh LrU;a n|kfPNkkscZr dk xfr%
;fn ikqifr% ks/ka oq;kZRikksjoua oqr% A
;fn intqkkekpk;Z Roa fugafl u lak;a
HkzekrijkHkwrk ,rs rjUrq Hkoa dFke~ AA 36AA

Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

fokngflrs iw.kkZ kkfUr% lq/kkdjlksnjs

fLFkji`Fkqy;ks% iw.kkZ kfZkksjrqykpkks% A
n;deys fuR;k fuk cfg ljRizHks
je.kHkxou~ dks ok ekSuh leLro Hkwrys AA 37AA
nsoh kffj;a kks% fJrtu/okUr{k;k/kkf;uh
nsoh Jhfj;eEcqtk{kefgkh oD=ks lgPNns A
nsoh czo/kwfj;a fot;rs O;kgkjxw<k ijk
fokpk;Z egkuqHkko je.k Roka LrkSrq d% izkr% AA 38AA
lksga tkrks je.kHkxou~ ikn;ksLrs nfoks
;|I;fLEkUegfr le;s kfykL;s izo`ks A
lw;ZL;so Tofyreglks nwjxka ukFk k
foL;kX;zka ro ee euks ohrnq%[ka rFkkfi AA 39AA
oklktra f{kfrHk`r% [kyq yksfgrL; A
vhpdkj Hkxoku~ je.kks egk&
jU;skq lRlq ;fnea cgqkq LFkyskq AA 40AA
kkfUrurkUref/kdk ijekL; kf&
oSZjkX;en~Hkqrrea d#.kk rq lkUk A
Kkua fujLroqgua e/kqja p o`ka
u.kka funkZue;a je.kks egk% AA 41AA
ukjlfgxZ.kifrokZflks je.ka xq#e~ A
pRokjkfUerS% i|S% LdUnkaka Lrqroku`fke~ AA 42AA


izFkea xhfrnkde~
fJ;ekruksrq lqra iq.kkrq rrkU;?kkfu eq.kkrq A
fnkrq p Hkw;ks Hkw;Lro Hkxokuewrfjkfu AA 1AA
izfrLo;aojirs;ZL; tVk% ks[kjsUnqdiVsu A
izglfUr nso;wuka dYixyrku~ dpdykiku~ AA 2AA
okek/kkZ/kjnakuofyrk;ka nf{k.kk/kZjnikS A
;L; foy{k.kekL;a foyksD; fot;kl fodflrdiksyk AA 3AA
gk ru; gk lqrs gk fiz;s grksLE;sk psfr eq[kjL; A
txrks nkSo rsus lUrkia ;L; u xjya ihre~ AA 4AA
;L; i#kkV~VgkklToyusuSokfkrs iqjf=kr;s A
vkReU;so i`kRdks tToky fujkfekks f}kklqjku~ AA 5AA
tu;fUr f;eso f=kHkqoulagkjkfukFkL; A
;L;kU/kdkfnfutZ;dFkkudkU;ejlfefrxhrkfu AA 6AA
;L; Lejkijk/kknqfT>rfus yykVtqfk u;us A
x.k;kekl fo/kkrk ;qxkU;rhrkfu osiekudj% AA 7AA

Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

#f/kjkZeftueals ifjrkskfu ekkuHkflrjt% A

d.Bs dikyekyk oskks;a ;L; nqjoxkgkFkZ% AA 8AA
Hkqoua >jS% dfri;Sjko`.okuk ;qxkUrfeo drqZe~ A
;L; tVkiVyferk xk ukhZpdkj dks.kefi AA 9AA
fgRok ekulkkyka foKkue;sorh;Z fut:is A
vkuUna i;Urks ;a equ;ks ;kfUr lal`rs% ikje~ AA 10AA

vFk f}rh;a mitkfrnkde~

mekoiq% lkSjHkeqfjUrks HkwksUnqih;wkd.kku~ fdjUr% A
HkwrskpwMklfjrLrokkq Hkw;klqjk;klgjk% lehjk% AA 11AA
eqgqeqZgqn{kq oeki.kkZ /kfEelUrkuyrkUrxU/ke~ A
nq%[kkfu oks /kwtfZ VtkVtwVksrfLouh okrfkkq/kquZ ksrq AA 12AA
vkfy; ih;wke;w[kjs[kka xk<a txkttVkfuoqts A
cfg% kuS% lfyr% lq[ka o% lqjoUrh iouLruksrq AA 13AA
Losna gjkHkoa x.kkuka fnus fnushrrk.Mokuke~ A
;qekdesukafl egskekSfyeUnkfduheUne#)quksrq AA 14AA
fLo|fUr rs dUnqdosfylknkfu ekreq[kL; ekrq% A
fpja HktUr% fkokhkZxkHkkfuyk% kkfUrferks Hk.kUrq AA 15AA


HkO;a foz;k}ks HkoekSfyjkn~HkkxhjFkhHkHko% lehj% A

yykVyksykuydkujkykuqRlkj;U;ks Hktrs Hkokuhe~ AA 16AA
vkeU=; xkSjheq[kxU/kokgekHkk; ukxkuud.kZokre~ A
pyfkr% koZfkj% oUrh lehj.k% loZfgrk; Hkw;kr~ AA 17AA
eqns lrka oSjocU/kqekSfyekSfyoUrh e#rksLrq xkue~ A
vkSkhuja ;ks ;klkR;ksr Hkwkkg;ska ldyksfi HkwRok AA 18AA
HkwksUnqjs[kkfdj.kSoHkSHkZkoyhkq f}xq.khrkHkk A
HkoL; ekSy ifjrjUrh HkkxhjFkh oks fon/kkrq Hke~ AA 19AA
djkjfoUns fxfjkL; [ksyu~ oqjcky% oqkya f;k}% A
foL; /kk=kh uxjktiq=kh ;Lekn/khrs rjysf{krkfu AA 20AA

vFk r`rh;a jFkks)rknkde~

futZjLrqfrdFkkizlrks nf{k.ka Jo.keftkirs A
nhuckU/ko fuorZ; {k.ka ?kkskesk oq#rs inkur% AA 21AA
i; nso lnsreHkZoa khrnhf/kfre;su p{kqkk A
rsu fl/;fr ijksidkfjrk yksdrkr ro dkfi u {kfr% AA 22AA
vEcjkf.k gfjnEcjknga gE;Ztkyexlkuqokflu% A
uks o`.kksfe duoa p fHk{kqdknFkZ;s ln;eso ohf{kre~ AA 23AA


Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

rfRdy izHkofr f{krstZxR;Urfj{kHkqousFkok fnfo A

drqeZ izfreekRexkspja ekSfyHkwrerkReukefi AA 24AA
rL; kfjfjyksdnq%lgk rL; flf)jf.kekfnkkfyuh A
rL; lEinf[kykReHkkonk ;a fokks/k;fr fjhfkrq% AA 25AA
;kpd% inljkstfdjks ohf{krsu [kyq lk/;ehfIlre~ A
v=k psn~Hko HkokUijkeq[kks funZ;skq x.kuk Hkosko AA 26AA
fnkufoeq[ksu d Ro;k nh;rs futeuke;a ine~ A
d nnkfr gj loZeki.ka fof..kkkkdynkunqeZuk% AA 27AA
d uq layifl kSydU;;k ufUnuk fdeq djksfk A
loZyksdtudizHkks oqrks ukHkZdL; #fnra fukE;rs AA 28AA
laLrqrks u p n/kkfl lEena nwfkrks u p egsk yTtls A
vI;ga prqjHkkk.k% dfo% d djksfe foxq.kL; rs iqj% AA 29AA
ikfg ok ikqirs tghfg ok thoua ro inks% leire~ A
nsfg ok foeq[krkeqisfg ok izkFkZ;s fdefi ukFk ukije~ AA 30AA

vFk prqFk iF;koD=knkde~

d ?kkska oq#ks }kfj nsfg nsghfr HkwHkqtke~ A
jlus gj xkSjhk ikfg ikghfr xh;rke~ AA 31AA


drq dkO;kfu uO;kfu O;lua jlus ;fn A

u d lfUr pfj=kkf.k ifo=kkf.k fiukfdu% AA 32AA
lqrjka lqyHkks eks{k% dhrZukRfkokll% A
mik;efofnRoSreik;a ;kfUr tUro% AA 33AA
lq/kk?kVks/kj% h.kka lq/kkrks;/kj% dfo% A
lq/kkrjekyh rs uke/ofu#ekirs AA 34AA
fdfnLR;/kjs h.kka lq/kk;kefLr ok u ok A
ek/kq;ZeU/kdkjkrsukZe/ks;s fokskr% AA 35AA
vLekdekoqya ikiS% izk;fka fonw;rs A
gjlhrZua rskka izk;fka fo/kh;rs AA 36AA
kEHkksjEHkks#gkdkja pj.ka kj.ka lrke~ A
vag%lagkjek/kkrqa uers% deZ oqeZgs AA 37AA
iki nwjferks ;kfg lekk rs ef; fLFkfr% A
inin~ea iqjkjkrs% lkEizra lEiz.kE;rs AA 38AA
dj.ks loZlkS[;kuka gj.ks okf[kySulke~ A
ukfLr es enukjkrs% inukyhdr% ije~ AA 39AA
ikfjtkregskk?kzh nkrkjkS Hkor% lekS A
mn~xzhoS% izkI;rs rLekkrxzhoSfjr% Qye~ AA 40AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

vFk iea HkqtxfkkqHk`rknkde~

vHk;ojor% ik.;ksje`rdjorks ekSykS A

vf[kyHkqoulezktj.kljflta lsos AA 41AA
ro xjyor% d.Bkf}xyfr ;fn ih;wke~ A
vHk;etj uks fp=ka Hkqtxoyf;rkRik.ks% AA 42AA
futfok;ija foka fkopj.kija fpke~ A
bg txfr lrka ;skka t;fr pfjresrskke~ AA 43AA
Hkqoutuddk#.;kk fdefi ijekO;e~ A
izljfr ;fn rRiw.k ldyefi p lEiw.kZe~ AA 44AA
txfnnefrnkSxZq.;a fok;fok/kjkj.;e~ A
gj ro pj.k/;kua ojefr oqlqeks|kue~ AA 45AA
kqfprjn;kkjks u;u#fpfk[kksh% A
ijefkofoekkZfx% izHkofr nqfjra nX/kqe~ AA 46AA
vfl Hkqfo Hko gO;kkh gj uHkfl kphukFk% A
fnfo e`M eglkehkks t;fl p fko lwi% AA 47AA
bg ro efgkh/ksuquZHkfl lgpjh kf% A
mifj rq yyuk Nk;k =k;fenef[kykjk/;e~ AA 48AA


lqjifrfjrjks u RoUe/kqfjiqj#.kSd% A
kr/k`frjuyks u }kS iqjgj fofnra os|e~ AA 49AA
Roetj e#rkekRek fnufrolrka fo.kq% A
bg Hkqfo Hkorka czk i`Fkxfi iq#kk ;w;e~ AA 50AA

vFk kekSiPNUnfldnkde~
txnsrnukjra ipUra egrksLeknfi iqdjkUegkUre~ A
rilk fu#ikf/kosu xE;a ijekRekueta fkok[;ehMs AA 51AA
lnyfr;q;k lqdkUR;k n;kdkZdHkko;k xq.kKe~ A
fkoehkega fxjksifrs u`ir dU;d;so oSHkokFkhZ AA 52AA
ee eyekruksrq HkkLoRdj/kkSrkgfjr% kqphoZlku% A
kfkuk eqoq Vh fnok tVkokafLrydhgO;Hkqtk foHkqoHkwuke~ AA 53AA
vfi fud#.kL; ekula psn~ofr izkFkZu;sg nqxZrkuke~ A
d#.kko#.kky;L; fpks Hkor% dks Hko lak;a fo/kks AA 54AA
Lej.ks ro lyfUr ;wFkkU;q#dhrsZ n;kUeuksjFkkuke~ A
vfuok;Zxrhfu khrHkkuksjoyksos ty/ks;FZ kk tykfuAA 55AA
ifj.khfrx`gs egskiw.ksZ ifjrks cU/kqtuSoZjL; lkE;e~ A
n;s ifjiwfjrs=k dkeSLro iknLrq tis n/kkfr e`X;% AA 56AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

ro eU=keqnh{krs eusnpya dkfufpn{kjkf.k rkfu A

vFk rs lqx.q kk uxkspjkLrs fo/k;k ukFk d;k Hktsefg Roke~ AA 57AA
/koykfr#P;ls oSfr~ oSu uhyyksfgrLRoe~ A
vijs gj .kfiya Roka fonqjU;s izonfUr dkukHke~ AA 58AA
eulk ifjdfYirkfu lUrLro :ikf.k ;FksekeuUr% A
egrs [kyq lak;k; u.kkeHkoUosu fu:i;se lR;e~ AA 59AA
vFkok HkxofkjkfrLRoa izHkoL;kfrehfIlrka p /krqZe~ A
b;rh [kyq p;Z;fs rdks ok ro ek;ka focq/k% izoDrqehs AA 60AA

vFk lea kfkonuknkde~

ve`re;w[ka eqoqVeu?kZe~ A
t;fr n/kkuks txnf/kjkt% AA 61AA
ldycq/kkS?ks foQyfo/kkus A
vlfr kj.;s efrefrx.;s AA 62AA
nqfjrfolkjizrefl yksos A
_fkoqytkuka lnfl lkksos AA 63AA
vfrnqjkkjfu;qrs kq A
vfi ferekqa /kujfgrskq AA 64 AA


mfnrfojks/kkLo;qrfHknklq A
prl`kq tkfrocyreklq AA 65AA
eqgqjfi yksys f{kfrlqjkhys A
vtx.kdYis HkqtHkols AA 66AA
prqjfojksf/koztrlkjke~ A
vfojrus=kqrty/kkjke~ AA 67AA
Hkjr/kfj=k Hkqouu`iky% A
vorq n;kyq% flrfxfjkky% AA 68AA
v#.k/kfj=kh/kj gj nwuke~ A
Hkjr/kfj=kheo fko nhuke~ AA 69AA
gj Hkjr{ektuojnwre~ A
oq# pfjrkFk x.kifresre~ AA 70AA

vFkkea ruqe/;knkde~
ikrk Hkqoukuka /kkrk p fo/kkrk A
usrk izeFkkuka =kkrk Hkorkk% AA 71AA
drkZ Hkqoukuka HkrkZfi p grkZ A
[;krksorq nsoLrkrks e#rka u% AA 72AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

drq Hkqoua okXHkrq HkoHkkrs A

grq [kyq Hkk ;ksxkeyfuk AA 73AA
es;% fko loksZ xksykRedyksd% A
lhekjfgrkslkosdLro ukd% AA 74AA
vkRekueqrkgks rkra [kpjk.kke~ A
vkgksfLon/khka /;k;kfe lqjk.kke~ AA 75AA
ra O;ksepjk.kka thoa ioekue~ A
rkra fkoekgqukZFka e?kokue~ AA 76AA
vHkzs fopjUra HkkUra fuunUre~ A
vLefRirja ra oUns HkxoUre~ AA 77AA
;kUra ioekua HkkUra e?kokue~ A
ukos fuunUra xk;fUr fkoa re~ AA 78AA
Hkkrks xuukxs;kZr% iouL; A
rkjL; p :ia ukusdeikie~ AA 77AA
y{ehifrl[;k ;kofoyksde~ A
xkSjhifrjsdks jktR;f/kukde~ AA 80AA


vFk uoea olqerhnkde~

fuR;a Lojfr ;ks O;kI;kHkzef[kye~ A

xk;fUr do;Lra rkjeeye~ AA 81AA
rkjk;oiq% kEHkksjHk;ne~ A
Hkkuks% fdj.ko}SHkwfrdfene~ AA 82AA
ra iqdjxq.ka xk;Urq cgo% A
l RofXkjtjks fnO;% fkojo% AA 83AA
;ksfnfrfo;sksuojre~ A
Hka cq/kx.kks #a Hk.kfr re~ AA 84AA
rkj% l xxus u Roso e#rke~ A
loZ=k p egkUizk.kks tfuerke~ AA 85AA
rL;So xxus izk.kL; pjr% A
Hkk% iqufjes okrk% oqefHkr% AA 86AA
#% l fuunu~ jktaRl e?kok A
okr% lfopjfkR;a fnfo ;qok AA 87AA
,oa xq.kokknsdL; cgqrk A
mxzL; txrka jkKks fuxfnrk AA 88AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

O;kks fnfo lrf}fjrqy% A

ukekUrjokkkkjkfxjey% AA 89AA
vkE; ldya HkkUra cgqQye~ A
xk;kfe foeya fp}ferqye~ AA 90AA

vFk nkea kknwZyfohfMrnkde~

;% izKkue;ks ;ekgqjtja ;sukfHkr% LFkh;rs
;LeS deZleiZ;fUr equ;ks ;LekRijks ukij% A
;L;klkolqjEcjs rifr u% izk.kkUn/kkuks jfo%
;fLeUizksrfena leLrHkqoua dLeSfpnLeS ue% AA 91AA
dU;kkhrfxjsfj;a lqyfyrSxkZ=kSfj;a Hkkfeuh
ekrs;a xtoD=krkjdftrksfjR;Yis% dFkk% A
loZfLekpjs pjs p foHkoknsdk ijk tkxzrh
kf% dkpu lk fopkjjfloSjkjk/;rs ukFk rs AA 92AA
oskkfRl fgj.e;ks efrerka .k% ijskka fonk&
eU;skka fonqkka lq/kkakq/koys/kk ijskka ij% A
osfi LFkwykka txRifroiq/;kZuk; dYik bes
lR;a rq ToynI;ck/;efHkrks xw<a xqgk;kfeo AA 93AA
lkSja e.MyeqTToya ro ri% kljUek#rks
fcEca espdrks;tkrlqnks eUnfLera lqUnje~ A


fp=ka dUnqd[ksyua olqerhyksdL; fr;ZXHkzfe%

dks ok Hkkfkrqehk rs izHkofr LoYiJqrks oSHkoe~ AA 94AA
lafy;Uizr; nsgs fojkM~Hk.;ls
fcEcsoZL; fgj.;xHkZ mfnr% kq)ka fJr% lkfodhe~ A
bZkLRoa ijrkelheqixrks xqIrka uHkL;qP;ls
/ksuq% Jhxfjtsfr kkle;s ;L;kf/kk foJqfr% AA 95AA
m/o Hkkfl fgj.e;kldyizk.ks joseZ.Mys
yksos p /ofu/kkfe #e#rkeUr% leqn~|ksrls A
vLekoa n;skq p f{kfrtqkka oSkuj Hkzktls
kska loZfena ipkfi ij O;kksfHkrks orZls AA 96AA
Hkwroa ro kSytkRoefi rs ks% izHkks if.Mrk%
pkrq;sZ.k leFkZ;fUr ;qo;ksyhZykkjhjxzge~ A
osfpf}xzgdYiua tMf/k;keFksZra lk/k;&
UR;U;sakkorja Hk.kfUr Hkf.kra Hkka ijs eUors AA 97AA
ekgkRE;a ro o q d% ikqirs ;kserqY;a egr~
czk.Ma pfjrkfu osn ro d% lokZUrjks Hkkfl ;% A
;kxa dks fon/kkrq rs ojnoS;ZL; Loesokf[kya
ukeSoa ro lwfjfHk% izdfVra sUra nkfn J;s AA 98AA
k{kkekf{kifr f{k.kksfr e/kquks ni flrka fuUnfr
{khja uks cgq eU;rs izke;R;X;za lq/kk;k ;k% A
d okU;RdFk;ke ra p ?k`.k;k dkUrk/kja oh{krs
izkks tUelHkoD=kdeykkke/ofuukZFk rs AA 99AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

d ;kxSjfrnk#.ksu rilk d ok fdeH;pZuS%

,dk yksdfgrjh fot;rs eqs#ik;% ij% A
dkekjs d#.kkfu/ks ikqirs Hkwrsk xkSjhirs
kEHkks kj pUpwM txrka ukFksfr ukekoyh AA 100AA

AA bfr JhHkxoUegkje.kkUrsokfluks okflL; ujlglwuks%

x.kirs% fr% fkokroa leke~ AA


izFke% kfkonukoxZ%
ve`re;w[ka eqoqVeu?kZe~ A
t;fr n/kkuks txnf/kjkt% AA 1AA
ldycq/kkS?ks foQyfo/kkus A
vlfr kj.;s efrefrx.;s AA 2AA
nqfjrfolkjizrefl yksos A
_fkoqytkuka lnfl lkksos AA 3AA
vfrnqjkkjfu;qrs kq A
vfi ferekqa /kujfgrskq AA 4AA
mfnrfojks/kkLo;qrfHknklq A
prl`kq tkfrocyreklq AA 5AA
eqgqjfi yksys f{kfrlqjkhys A
vtx.kdYis HkqtHkolss AA 6AA
prqjfojksf/koztrlkjke~ A
vfojrus=kqrty/kkjke~ AA 7 AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

Hkjr/kfj=k Hkqouu`iky% A
vorq n;kyq% flrfxfjkky% AA 8AA
v#.k/kfj=kh/kj gj nwuke~ A
Hkjr/kfj=kheo fko nhuke~ AA 9AA
lrqfgujksfp%kdydeLrs A
ld#.kxkSjhje.k ueLrs AA 10AA
gj Hkjr{ektuojnwre~ A
oq# pfjrkFk x.kifresre~ AA 11AA
vfl flrkSys gj grxk=kh A
ro fdeq ka u Hkjr/kk=kh AA 12AA
iqjftr bZMa foylfr xqO;kZe~ A
flrfxfjuke LFkyfeneqO;kZe~ AA 13AA
LFkyfenePNf{kfr/kj:ie~ A
n;feyk;k vigrikie~ AA 14AA
fno ujk.kka flruxuke A
nfi /kjk;kLro fko /kke AA 15 AA
f{kfrn;s ok foylfr fuR;% A
f=kHkqoue/;s fko bfr lR;% AA 16AA


izHkqfeg lUr% izfr[kxxksye~ A

fonqfjeeUrojfprkkye~ AA 17AA
b;ef[kykH;ks cgqrjyhyk A
ujn;k[;k ro fko kkyk AA 18AA

f}rh;ks eqoqyoxZ%
mhI;r~ fdj.ka fp=ka A
dkekjsj.ka Hkw;kk% AA 19 AA
lR;% dksfi fkoks fuR;% ikyf;rk A
e/;s ;ks txrka l /;s;% lrre~ AA 20AA
ukLR;srL; ruqoZLRos DOkkfi u l% A
eR;kHkkf.k iqu% lR;k/kkjine~ AA 21AA
ma lw{erea }s/kSoa ijee~ A
:ia :ir;k fd LFkkur;k AA 22AA
lks.kq% L;kn.kqrks /kkrSkka txrke~ A
rPNfeZgrks foKs;k egrh AA 23AA
xRok frfr uk ;RLoa gknZine~ A
vxzkL; foHkksLrL; /;kufene~ AA 24AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

k lk Hkqoua l`k kkLrqfene~ A

gSea fnO;oiqtZxzkgsfr fonq% AA 25AA
lw{ea L;knxq.ka gSea L; A
nsoL;kfnfoHkksjsoa }s oiqkh AA 26AA
Hkkkkek=koiq% iwo L;knoiq% A
vU;n~Hkferka cqf)xzkoiq% AA 27AA
fcHkzn~Hkkfr txRlkezkT;a xxus A
gSekslkS iq#k% fl)kuka Hkqous AA 28AA
okpk uO;fonke/;{k% l ij% A
bU% iwoZfonkeLekoa rq gj% AA 29AA
izR;q.kkakqr;k rUok fcEcr;k A
izR;.Ma izHkqrka /kks lksn~Hkqr;k AA 30AA
vHkzs jktfr ;ks fcHkzk.kks Hkqoue~ A
kqHkzkxs p foHkq% l Hkzkft.kq;kk% AA 31AA
xkSjks;a xxus kqo% kqHkzuxs A
,os;Urq fHknk ek;k:irk AA 32AA
gSea Hkwrirs kqoa ok fko rs A
:ia ;% Lejfr izkKks;a t;fr AA 33AA


vHkzs ;s e#r% kqHkzs HkwHk`fr rs A

oskkuka neuk bZkku izeFkk% AA 34AA
nklksga e#r% ikrkjks txr% A
Hkwrk ok Hkorka Lrksrk ikirke~ AA 35AA
Lrw;Urka lqn% losZ loZfon% A
bZkkukuqpjk% lokZHkhdjk% AA 36AA

r`rh;% ruqe/;koxZ%
grkZ nqfjrkuka /krkZ txrka u% A
HkrkZ xqgekrq% drkZLrq kqHkL; AA 37AA
ikrk Hkqoukuka /kkrk p fo/kkrk A
usrk izeFkkuka =kkrk Hkorkk% AA 38AA
drkZ Hkqoukuka HkrkZfi p grkZ A
[;krksorq nsoLrkrks e#rka u% AA 39AA
drq Lojrhna Hkrq izfoHkkfr A
grq ; mnkLrs rrq iz.kqeLre~ AA 40AA
drq Hkqoua okXHkrq HkoHkkrs A
grq [kyq Hkk ;ksxkeyfuk AA 41AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

dk;Zf=kdesrRdrq cgoks uks A

,dL; rq dk;SZukZekfu cgwfu AA 42AA
{ekosZUnqifrH;% f=kH;% iq#ksH;% A
lxZfLFkfrHkk [;kfr% [kyq Hkkk AA 43AA
rsoU;rea ;r~ dk;Zf=kdgsrqe~ A
osfpqors lk Hkkk u fdeqf% AA 44AA
v/;{kijks;a lk{kkfno okn% A
,dk ;ngUrk rL;kfi ijL; AA 45AA
es;% fko loksZ xksykRedyksd% A
lhekjfgrkslkosdLro ukd% AA 46AA
y{ehifrl[;k ;kofoyksde~ A
xkSjhifrjsdks jktR;f/kukde~ AA 47AA
,oSd bu% L;kr~ izR;CtHkok.Me~ A
lokZ.Mxesoa izkgq% [ke[k.Me~ AA 48AA
vkRekueqrkgks rkra [kpjk.kke~ A
vkgksfLon/khka /;k;ke lqjk.kke~ AA 49AA
ra O;ksepjk.kka thoa ioekue~ A
rkra fkoekgqukZFka e?kokue~ AA 50AA


;|I;f[kykukekRek xq#jhk% A
mks e#rka rq izkFkE;r ,k% AA 51AA
vHkzs fopjUra HkkUra fuunUre~ A
vLefRirja ra oUns HkxoUre~ AA 52AA
;kUra ioekua HkkUra e?kokue~ A
ukos fuunUra xk;fUr fkoa re~ AA 53AA
Hkkrks xxukxs;kZr% iouL; A
rkjL; p :ia ukusdeikie~ AA 54AA

prqFkksZ olqerhoxZ%
fuR;a Lojfr ;ks O;kI;kHkzef[kye~ A
xk;fUr do;Lra rkjeeye~ AA 55AA
rkjk;oiq% kEHkksjHk;ne~ A
Hkkuks% fdj.ko}SHkwfrdfene~ AA 56AA
ra iqdjxq.ka xk;Urq cgo% A
l Rofxjtjks fnO;% fkojo% AA 57AA
;ksfnfr fo;sksuojre~ A
Hka cq/kx.kks #a Hk.kfr re~ AA 58AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

lkZ.kokkktR;ye;e~ A
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rkj% l xxus u Roso e#rke~ A
loZ=k p egku~ izk.kks tfuerke~ AA 60AA
rL;So xxus izk.kL; pjr% A
Hkk% iqufjes okrk% oqefHkr% AA 61AA
#% l fuunu~ jktURl e?kok A
okr% l fopju~ fuR;a fnfo ;qok AA 62AA
,oa xq.kokknsdL; cgqrk A
rkjkRedoiqZ k fuxfnrk AA 63AA
osfpRikqir koza p ioue~ A
nso=k;fefr izkgqxqZ.kokkr~ AA 64AA
O;kks fnfo lrf}fjrqy% A
ukekUrjokkkkjkfxjey% AA 65AA
vkE; ldya HkkUra cgqcye~ A
xk;kfe foeya fp}ferqye~ AA 66AA
fe=ka ee fkoks cU/kqeZe fko% A
rkrks ee fkoks ekrk ee fko% AA 67AA



usrk ee fkokrk ee fko% A

jktk ee fkoks nSoa ee fko% AA 68AA
p{kqeZe fko% Jks=ka ee fko% A
LokUra ee fkoks cqf)eZe fko% AA 69AA ee fko% izk.kks ee fko% A
vkRek ee fko% lo ee fko% AA 70AA
vU;ize`fnra Loa nskeforqe~ A
oh; ee f/k;% lao/kZ; foHkks AA 71AA
xk;=keu?kLrks=ka x.kirs% A
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AA bfr JhHkxoUegkje.kkUrsokfluks okflL; ujlglwuks&

xZ.kirs% fr% fkoLrojkt% lek% AA


Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

nsokuka Js bZkkuks HkqouL;ktjks olq% A
Lo/kkokUlqgoks cHkzq}cgkZ v#k% dfo% AA 1AA
tykkHksktks HkwfjHkZwjsnkZrk fHkko~re% A
fLFkj/kUok {k;}hjks #ks xkFkifr% fLokq% AA 2AA
os/kk% lq/kUok f{kizskqeZ#RokulqjLrok% A
RoskfLrXek;q/kLrO;kUotzckgqLroLre% AA 3AA
migq% dYeyhdh lqkqeks xrZl|qok A
fnoks ojkgks o`kHkks oaoq% fLoDoku`nwnj% AA 4AA
Lofiokrsfdrku% lqfkiz% Lo;kk% Jqr% A
fRlk`o% Lookuso ;kofHk% ikqik% kqfp% AA 5AA
lgekuks es/kifr% izpsrk% lRifrc`Zgu~ A
iq#:i% di|qZxz% lqxfU/k% iqfo/kZu% AA 6AA
kqkskkg~Gks ;Klk/kL=;Ecdks e#rka firk A
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brh;a lfrukZeka #L; fuxeks)`rk A
loZikiizkeuh lokZHkhiznkf;uh AA 8AA
AA bfr okfllfyra fkolfrukeLrks=ke~ AA


fkolrkS izksDrkuka ukeka prqF;ZUr:ikf.k

nsokuka Jsk; ue%A

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bUks nsoreksuhG% lqi.kZ% iw.kZcU/kqj% A
foL; nferk foL;skkuks fopkZf.k% AA 1AA
fokfu pfoLeknqkjks foHkwc`Zgu~ A
psfdrkuks orZeku% Lo/k;kp;k ij% AA 2AA
fokujks fo:iks fok;qorLi`Fkq% A
fodekZ fonsoks forks /khjfur% AA 3AA
f=kkqtkrfLrXek`ks nsoks cz/uks#kju~ A
#pku% ijeks fo}ku~ v#pks jksp;kt% AA 4AA
T;sks tukuka o`kHkks T;ksfrT;sZa lgksefg A
vfHkrwuka nferk /krkZ foL; deZ.k% AA 5AA
/krkZ /kukuka /kkr.kka /kkrk /khjks f/k;sfkr% A
;KL; lk/kuks ;Kks ;Kokgk viket% AA 6AA
;Ka tqkk.kks ;trks ;qxzkO.kksforsfkj% A
lqotzP;ouks ;ks)k ;kLkks ;fK;ks ;gq% AA 7AA
vo;krk nqeZrhuka gUrk ikiL; j{kl% A
kL; pksfnrk q% rczk /k`rozr% AA 8AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

?k`.okstk vfork/khuka /kukuka lftnP;qr% A

fogUrk relLRok ruwikLr#rkrqj% AA 9AA
Rosku`E.kLRosklao~ rqjkkkMijkftr% A
rqX;zko`/kksnLere% rqfoowereLrqt% AA 10AA
o`kizHkekZ fokfu fo}kuknnjLrok% A
eUks erhuka o`kHkks e#RokUe#rke`fk% AA 11AA
egkgLrh x.kifr/k;a ftUoks c`gLifr% A
ekfguks e?kok eUnh edksZdksZ esf/kjks egku~ AA 12AA
bfr izFkea ukekrde~

izfr:i% ijksek=k% iq#:i% iq#Vqr% A

iq#gwr% iqj% LFkkrk iq#ek;% iqjUnj% AA 13AA
bfr f}rh;krdizFkekosu lgkkskja ukekrde~ A

iq#izkLr% iq#r~ iqjka nrkZ iq:re% A

iq#xwrZ% i`Rlqtsrk iq#oikZ% izosiuh AA 14AA
ifiz% izpsrk% ifjHkw% iuh;kuizfroqr% A
izo`)% izo;k% ikrk iwk.okuUrjk Hkj% AA 15AA


iq#kkd% iktU;% iq#Hkkstk% iq:olq% A

fikjkfr% iiqfj% iqjks;ks/k% i`Fkqtz;k% AA 16 AA
izfjDOk izfno% iwO;Z% iqjksHkw% iwoZtk _fk% A
iz.ksrk izefr% iU;% iwoZ;kok izHkwolq% AA 17AA
iz;T;q% ikod% iwkk inoh% ifFkRifr% A
iq#Rek ifyrksgsrk izgsrk izkfork firk AA 18AA
iq#u`E.k% ioZrsk% izkpkeU;q% iqjksfgr% A
iqjkafHkUnqjuk/k`;% iqjktk% iizfFkUre% AA 19AA
i`rukkkM~ ckgqk/khZ c`gs.kqjfu`r% A
vfHkHkwfrj;ksikf% c`gsjfi/kkuoku~ AA 20AA
czfiz;ks cztwrks czokgk vje% A
cksf/kUeuk vo{kh c`gn~Hkkuqjfe=kgk AA 21AA
HkwfjdekZ HkjsqHkZn~HkkoZjksHk`fe% A
Hkjskq gO;ks Hkw;ksZtk% iqjksgk izkkqkkV~izkkV~ AA 22AA
izHkhefgkks Hkheks Hkw;kZlqfrjkfLrgk A
izl{kh foifrohZj% ijLik% kolLifr% AA 23AA
bfr f}rh;a ukekrde~



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

iq#n=k% fir`re% iq#{kqHkwZfjxq% if.k% A

izRok{kk.k% iqjka nekZiuL;qjfHkekfrgk AA 24AA
i`fFkO;k o`kHk% iz% izeUnh izFke% i`Fkq% A
R;% leqO;pk% ik;q% izosrkZ.khlg% AA 25AA
dk#/kk;k% dfoo`/k% duhu% rqekUrq% A
{kikaoLrk dforeks fxokZgk% dhfjpksnu% AA 26AA
{kikokUdkSfkd% dkjh jktk{kE;L; xksifr% A
xkSxksZnqZjks nqjksL; ;oL;nqj vknqfj% AA 17AA
pUcq/kkZf.kizko`R;ksn;Uefr% A
fp=kHkkuqf=kreezhkeklt% AA 28AA
rqfokqeLrqfo|qeL rqfotkrLrqohe?k% A
rqfooweLrqfoez{kLrqfokXeLrqfoizfr% AA 29AA
rqfou`E.kLrqfoxzhoLrqfojk/kkLrqforq% A
rqfoek=kLrqfoxzkHkLrqfons.kLrqfoof.k% AA 30AA A
jFksLrjf.kLrqefz LRokhekuuiP;qr% AA 31AA
rksnLr#=kLrfokh eqkk.kLrfokLrqjk A
frfrokZ rrqfjkrk Hkw.kLrw.kLroLrj% AA 32AA


;Ko`)ks ;fK;kuka izFkeks ;Touks o`/k% A

vfe=k[kknksfufekks fokq.kkslqUorkstqj% AA 33AA
vf{krksfrjnkH;ks;Z% fkfiz.khokuxks#/k% A
vkJqRd.kksZ Urfj{kizk vferkStk vfjqr% AA 34AA
bfr r`rh;a ukekrde~

v ,djkMw/oZ m/oZlku% luk|qok A

fLFkj% lw;Z% LoHkwR;kstk% lR;jk/kk% luJqr% AA 35AA
izdYi% lokuka osrqjP;qrP;qnq#O;pk% A
kolh Loifr% Lokstk% kphokufonh/k;q% AA 36AA
lR;kqe% lR;lRok lwuq% lR;L; lkseik% A
nL;ksgZUrk fnoks /krkZ jktk fnO;L; psru% AA 37AA
_fXe;ksokZ jkspekuks jHkksnk _rik _r% A
_thkh j.ksok u`fRo;ks j/kzpksnu% AA 38AA
_oksjk;ksouhjktk jf;LFkkuks jnkolq% A
_Hkq{kk vfuekuks% lgeku% leqf;% AA 39AA
_.kdkfrxoZ.kL;q% dht% f[k}k[ktj% A
_thkks olqfo}sU;ks oktskq n/k`k% dfo% AA 40AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

fojIkh ohfGrks foizks foosnk _rko`/k% A

_r;qX/keZ)su/q kZuft)keoeZokV~ AA 41AA
_rstk% l{kf.k% lksE;% lal`ftHkqfj% A
_r;q% lcy% lqoZtzokgk _phke% AA 42AA
_Xehn/k`oku`okStk% lqxksik% Lo;kLrj% A
LofHkflqEu% lsgku% lquhfr% lqr% kqfp% AA 43AA
_.k;k% lgl% lwuq% lqnkuq% lx.kks olq% A
LrksE;% le}k l=kkgk Lrkseokgk _rhkg% AA 44AA
bfr prqFk ukekrde~

kfo% kol% iq=k% kreU;q% krrq% A

k% fk{kkuj% kqeh JqRd.kZ% Jo;Rl[kk AA 45AA
krewfr% k/kZuhfr% kruhFk% krke?k% A
yksdh fkore% JqR;a ukefcHkznukur% AA 46AA
kwj% fkizh lgksfr% kqHkz% k`o`kksuikr~ A
kkl% kkdh JoLdke% kolkokugalu% AA 47AA
lq:iqjhkku% kwkqoku% kphifr% A
lrhulRok lfurk khokuferrq% AA 48AA


lgpsrk% lqeuk% JqR;% kq)% Jqrke?k% A

l=kknkok lkseikok lqrq% eJqkq fJr% AA 49AA
pksnizo`)ks foL; txr% izk.krLifr% A
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LofHkf% lRifr% lR;k#ohZjrerh A
fp=kffdRokukKkrk izfrekua lr% lr% AA 51AA
LFkkrk lpsrk% lfno% lqnalk% lqJoLre% A
lgksnk% lqJqr% lezkV~lqikj% lqUor% l[kk AA 52AA
czokgLreks czk fo.kqoZLo%ifrgZfj% A
j.kk; laLrks #ks jf.krskkufPNo% AA 53AA
foiztwrks foizreks ;ks otzh fgj.;;% A
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bfr iea ukekrde~

foxzks foHkhk.kks ofo`Z)k;qoJqrks o`kk A

otzHk`n~o`=kgk o`)ks fookjks o`r;% AA 56AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

o`ktwfro`ZkjFkks o`kHkkkks o`krq% A

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vks?kokxlqjgk os/kk% l=kkdjkstj% A
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veR;Z% Lok;q/kksk=kqjizrhrksfHkekfrkkV~ A
ve=kh lwuqjpZ=;% LeffjHk;j% AA 59AA
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vuokZLotfndrkZ Lrksr.kkeforksij% AA 60AA
vtkrk=kq% lsukuh #Hk;kO;qHk;j% A
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mxzks xksik mxzckgq#xz/kUoksDFko/kZu% A
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bfr ka ukekrde~

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fokkkM~oalxksoL;kfkikMkfuekk`kkV~ A
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eskks egho`UeUnkuks ekfgukokUegsefr% A
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bfr lea ukekrde~

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ue%A vijk; ue%A vtkrk=kos ue%A lsukU;s ue%A
mHk;kfous ue%A mHk;jk; ue%A m#xk;k; ue%A
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ue%A xksis ue%A mxzckgos ue%A mxz/kUous ue%A mDFk&
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ue%A lwjk; ue%A lfgk; ue%A lizFkls ue%A rLeS
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Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

tkrwHkeZ.ks ue%A T;srek; ue%A tuHk{kk; ue%A tua

lgk; ue%A folkgs ue%A oalxk; ue%A oL;ls ue%A
fuikks ue%A vkfuers ue%A u`lkgs ue%A iwHkns ue% A
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egkohjk; ue%A egkoz k rk; ue%A egk;k; ue%A
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ue%A LoZks ue%A jk/kkuka iR;s ue%A vkdjk; ue%A
bkqgLrk; ue%A bkka nk=ks ue%A olqnk=ks ue%A fon}los
ue%A foHkwr;s ue%A O;kuk;s ue%A osuk; ue%A ojh;ls
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ue%A Lok; ue%A l=kkftrs ue%A vn~Hkqqrk; ue%A
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ue%A ofkus ue%A fo/kk=ks ue%A foes ue%A vkkos
ue%A ekf;us ue%A o`)egls ue%A o`/kk; ue%A ojs.;k;



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oLo vkdjk; ue%A ohjdk; ue%A ohj;os ue%A otza
cHkz;s ue%A ohjs.;k; ue%A vk?k`.k;s ue%A okftus;k; ue%A
oktlu;s ue%A oktkuka iR;s ue%A vkftrs ue%A
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leUrqukes ue%A iq#/kizrhdk; ue%A c`gr% iR;s ue%A
nh/;kuk; ue%A nkeuk; ue%A nk=ks ue%A nh?kZJolk;
ue%A _Holk; ue%A nalukors ue%A fno% laezkts ue%A
nsotwrk; ue%A fnokolos ue%A nkek; ue%A nsork;S
ue%A n{kk; ue%A nq/kzk; ue%A |qfeus ue%A |qeUrek;
ue%A eafgjkr;s ue%A bRFkk/kh;s ue%A nh|kuk; ue%A
n/k`kk; ue%A nq/k;s ue%A nqjhros ue%A nqP;ouk;
ue%A fnoksekuk; ue%A fnokso`.ks ue%A n{k;k; ue%A
nL;q?ks ue%A /k`.kos ue%A nf{k.kkors ue%A f/k;kolos
ue%A /kuLi`gs ue%A /k`fkrk; ue%A /kk=ks ue%A n;ekuk;
ue%A /kut;k; ue%A fnO;k; ue%A f}cgZls ue%A lrs
ue%A vk;kZ; ue%A le;kZ; ue%A =ks ue%A flek; ue%A
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vkstLors ue%A o;ks/ks ue%A _ris ue%A _Hkos ue%A
,dLeS jkKs ue%A ,/kekuf}ks ue%A ,dohjk; ue%A


Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

m#tz;ls ue%A yksdrs ue%A vkuka tfu=ks ue%A

tksgw=kk; ue%A xoka tfu=ks ue%A tfj=ks ue%A tuqkka jkKs
ue%A fxoZ.kls ue%A lqUorksfo=ks ue%A vRoa olkuk; ue%A
huka jkKs ue%A mDF;k; ue%A fkizors ue%A mjos
ue%A bZMk; ue%A nkkqks ue%A burek; ue%A ?kksjk;
ue%A lUnuk; ue%A Loors ue%A tkx`o;s ue%A
txrks jkKs ue%A x`Rlk; ue%A xksfons ue%A /kuk?kuk;
ue%A ts=ks ue%A vfHkHkwos ue%A vowikjk; ue%A nkuors
ue%A vlqjk; ue%A v.kZok; ue%A /k`o;s ue%A newuls
ue%A rolLroh;ls ue%A vUrek; ue%A vo`rk; ue%A
jk;ks nk=ks ue%A jf;ir;s ue%A foifrs ue%A o`=kgUrek;
ue%A vijhrk; ue%A lkgs ue%A vikn~n/ous ue%A
;qRdkjk; ue%A vkfjrk; ue%A oks<s ue%A ofuk; ue%A
o`.;kors ue%A o`k.ors ue%A vo`dk; ue%A vork;
ue%A xHkkZ ; ue%A vledkO;k; ue%A ;q t s ue%A
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ue%A ;rjk; ue%A i`nkoqlkuos ue%A vksth;ls ue%A
cz.kksfn=ks ue%A ;ek; ue%A oUnuss ue%A iqjka Hks=ks
ue%A cU/kqjss ue%A c`gfok; ue%A o:=ks ue%A e/kquks
jkKs ue%A iz.ksU;s ue%A iizfFkus ue%A ;wus ue%A m#kalk;
ue%A goa Jks=ks ue%A Hkwfjnkos ue%A c`gPNols ue%A ek=ks
ue%A fLr;kuka o`kHkk; ue%A egksnk=ks ue%A egko/kk; ue%A
lqXE;k; ue%A lqjk/kls ue%A l=kklkgs ue%A vksnrhuka
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lqe`Ghdk; ue%A lgLrk; ue%A ikLR;L; gks=ks ue%A



flU/kwuka o`.ks ue%A Hkkstk; ue%A jFkhrek; ue%A equhuka

lP;s ue%A tfuns ue%A Lo/kkors ue%A vlek; ue%A
vizr;s ue%A euLors ue%A v/ojk; ue%A e;kZ; ue%A
c`cnqDFkk; ue%A vfo=ks ue%A Hkxk; ue%A vkkg~Gk;
ue%A vjhg~Gk; ue%A vkn=ksZ ue%A ohja d=ksZ ue%A
fokLir;s ue%A ,dLeS iR;s ue%A buk; ue%A iq;s
ue%A lqoh;kZ; ue%A gfjis ue%A lqks ue%A ,dLeS
gO;k; ue%A lukrs ue%A vk#ts ue%A vksdk; ue%A
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ve`k; ue%A [ktrs ue%A cyns ue%A kquk; ue%A
ve=kk; ue%A fe=kk; ue%A vkdk;k; ue%A lqnkes ue%A
vfCtrs ue%A egls ue%A efgus ue%A jFkk; ue%A
lqckgos ue%A mkuls ue%A lquhFkk; ue%A Hkwfjns ue%A
lqnkls ue%A enL; jkKs ue%A lkseL; ihfRous ue%A
T;k;ls ue%A fno% ir;s ue%A rfokhors ue%A ?kuk;
ue%A ;q/ek; ue%A gouJqrs ue%A lgls ue%A Lojkts
AA bfr bUlgukekoyh AA


Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

bUlgs izFkea krde~

izFke% izkjEHkLrcd% & xk;=k%
e?kors kphn;gkfj.ks A
Hkxors ue% oqfyk/kkfj.ks AA 1AA
t;fr o`=kftTt;fr otzoku~ A
t;fr foif=kr;jkT;oku~ AA 2AA
cgq krs{k.ka Hkqoulkf{ A
n; ra ija Lej iqjUnje~ AA 3AA
f=knkikFkoa n; okloe~ A
f=ktxnUrja Lej fujUrje~ AA 4AA
ifjtuks HkokE;f; egsU rs A
ifjx`gk.k eka lqeulka irs AA 5AA
izfronsuZ es ojn nklrke~ A
ro ikfJrs ef; foo/kZrke~ AA 6AA
vHk`frrqEcq#izHk`frxhr rs A
Lrqfrfo/kkS ena efr#isfr es AA 7AA

bUlgs izFkea krde~

ro ikdjLrofo/kkS jes A
vo egsU ekeo oqya p es AA 8AA
vtj oko~ irfRo;ef; Rof; A
vorjRonLro egks ef; AA 9AA
_rfoyksdus foruqrkye~ A
_rirs egks ee fxjkeye~ AA 10AA
dFk;rka eu% dFkexkspje~ A
u;rq rs egks ojn es fxje~ AA 11AA
t;fr dL; okxeynkZuk A
Hkofr nsorkd#.k;k fouk AA 12AA
ro xq.kkfnoa HkqouukFk es A
Liqjrq nkgjs ljflts gjs AA 13AA
ldynkuherqylkj;k A
ee xqgka oq# Roe`r/kkj;k AA 14AA
t;rq kxk t;rq HkkLorh A
t;rq lR; ee ljLorh AA 15AA
vfHkerk;s foQyrkferk A
gfjg;kf[kyk iq#kdkfjrk AA 16AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

vgeFk Lros rreuksos A

vorjkfe HkksLro fnoks foHkks AA 17AA
eq[kj;u~ fnkks uqfrjoSuZoS% A
iztu;u~ jla fnfo euksoS% AA 18AA
leoyEcrs ro inkEcqte~ A
v;e;s o`kko uok fute~ AA 19AA
ylnyr cgqxq.kkfUorke~ A
jlorhefrJefoo/krke~ AA 20AA
fxjfeekega f=knkHkwirs A
xq.kors lqrkfeo nnkfe rs AA 21AA
Hko fuksforks ee lqHkkk;k A
ifrfjo fiz;ks #fpj;ksk;k AA 22AA
LrqfrjlkS yln~ cgq n;kjle~ A
focq/kHkwirsokrq ekule~ AA 23AA
ijeikous Lofok;kous A
gfjuqfrcZya fnkrq u% Qye~ AA 24AA
ujeuksjek% dfoirsfjek% A
lqjifrLrqrjs frlq[ka eq[ke~ AA 25AA

bUlgs izFkea krde~

f}rh;% Lo:iLrcd% & =kSqHk%

nsoa egsUa incU/kqiki&
fo/oalua otz/kja uekfe A
yksdkUrja yksde;a p ;L;
yksdkfrxa p izfoHkkfr :ie~ AA 26AA
vkReSo yksd% ldyks egh;k&
ukReSo yksdkUrjrkeqiSfr A
vkReSo yksdL; ij% ijLrk&
nkReSo yksdkf/kifreZgsU% AA 27AA
izko~ lxZrks fudy ,d vklhr~
lRiw.kZcks/kkfrjkfnnso% A
lizkT;kfHkqZoua lltZ
l`L; pkHkwTtxrksUrjkRek AA 28AA
;ks Hkkfr kq)ks txr% ijLrkr~
;kUrjkRek txrksf[kyL; A
osrkS dohuka opuskq fHkkkS AA 29AA
yksdkfrxa cz onfUr kq)a
yksdkUrja pkydfeUekgq% A
Ks;ks;esdL; ijh{kdk.kka
fizHksnknfHk/kkuHksn% AA 30AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

czkxq.ka xE;rea pdkfLr

=kSyksD;feU% lxq.k% izkkfLr A
iwoZL; :ia Hkofr f=kikn&
eU;L; fosu lgSdikne~ AA 31AA
;kxq.kks ;% lxq.k nsoks
Hkko% l oskkefi if.Mrkuke~ A
eksn% lnk iw.kZjlksijskka
cks/k% ijskka fonqkka ersu AA 32AA
Hkko% l uks psnlrks efr% dk
cks/kks u psr~ dhfxokL; lkk A
Hkko% izcks/k u ps}nUrq
eksnks Hkosnsk dFka l[kk;% AA 33AA
ikkk.klkso fouSo cks/ka
rL;kfi lksfr u lk/kqokn% A
ikkk.klkkfi fogk; cks/ka
osukuqHkwrk lqf/k;ks Hk.kUrq AA 34AA
kqkS ;Fkk ok jtrL; cks/kks
cks/kksI;laRlEHkorhfr oknh A
lR;so rskxrkelkka
cks/ks lekjksi;rhrjL; AA 35AA
eksnL; Hkklks u foukuqHkwr
cks/ka fouk dL; oqrksuqHkwfr% A

bUlgs izFkea krde~

cks/k% iziw.kZ lq[kks fulxkZr~

r|ksxfukuqHkos izfl)e~ AA 36AA
oLrqLo:ia ije% izdkkks
cks/k% l ,o izen% l ,o A
Hkko% l ,okuqHkoSdxE;%
LoHkwZfeiky l ,o uE;% AA 37AA
lw{eks fojktkf[kyL; jktk
kCnk;rs lw{ee;a izdkk% A
rfLek[k.Ms ijekuqHkwfr%
dkfpr~ iziw.kkZ ylfr izdkks AA 38AA
lkk foHkk uknijk u dkfpr~
fpfk kCnkfnrjk u dkfi A
eksn uk[k.MfutkuqHkwr%s
vU;k u dkfp|fn fpUr;ke% AA 39AA
LFkwyk% izdkk jl kCn%
LFkwyizis i`Fkx=k HkkUrq A
oLRosdeso f=kr;a rnsrr~
lw{eRodkys ;fn fpUr;ke% AA 40AA
kq)Lo:is u jlkUrjk.kka
KkukUrjk.kka p HkosRizosk% A
fokUrjs loZjlkuqHkwfr%
loZKrk p izxq.ks foHkkr% AA 41AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

,dks jl% loZjlkuqHkwrkS

loZKrk;kefHknk p fofk% A
fuR;kRefusofi lEizs
rr~ d };a foirkolk/;e~ AA 42AA
Hkkosu l izkf.kfr ukfuysu
cq)k fotkukR;f[kykfu uk{kS% A
lEeksnrs iw.kZr;k u HkksxS%
bZs LokDR;k u pewcysu AA 43AA
rL; Lojkt% lgta prqoa
lkkefrO;kZidrk p kf%
,oa ijLrknfoHkesrr~
fizHksnkn~Hkqous=k Hke~ AA 44AA
lkk p lUoke;eqra psn~&
fofk oskk ;fn dkI;gUrk A
eksn eksnh ;fn HkksX;eU;r~
kf kks ;fn dk;Ztkye~ AA 45AA
Hkksk fno% iDr`re% i`fFkO;k
vkdkknsksu egkkjhjh A
ksj/khk% keukslqjk.kka
x`krq es okxqigkjfeU% AA 46AA
lw;ZL; Hkklk izrikHkLrks
TokykfHkjxs% izngu~ i`fFkO;ke~ A

bUlgs izFkea krde~

fo|qRizrkisu ipURleUrkr~
x`krq es okxqigkjfeU% AA 47AA
jkT;k; rUoUHkqouskq kka
otza n/kkuks Toynqxzee~ A
LokHkkfod% loZtxk`ikyks
Xk`krq es okxqigkjfeU% AA 48AA
bUL; f% ljrkfnrks u%
rkuukFkkufHky{; nhuku~ A
uhpS% k;krs ifjHkw;ekukS
nsk oak leskq ;skke~ AA 49AA
,rk% dohukef/kiL; iwrk%
=kkrkjekRekueksktUrks% A
ukFka lqjk.kka u;ua equhuke~
bUa HktUrka gfjfeUotzk% AA 50AA

r`rh;ks nSoLrcd% & xk;=k%

otzizgj.ka foL; A
xk;kfe lx.ka rn~cz AA 51AA
=kSyksD;i`fFkohlgkluifr% A
foEHkjefrnSZoa ee o`kk AA 52AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

oUnk#turk eUnkjfoVih A
c`UnkjdifrnSZoa ee o`kk AA 53AA
loksZkekph dkUrklgpj% A
fokfnjfldks nSoa ee o`kk AA 54AA
o`)ksfi ;qod% fl)ksfi jfld% A
yksdkfniq#kks nSoa ee o`kk AA 55AA
fuR;ksfi yflrks yhykFkZoiqkk A
Hkheksfi #fpjks nSoa ee o`kk AA 56AA
yksdkfjfnfrtiz/oalufo/kkS A
fu.koqfykks nSoa ee o`kk AA 57AA
loZL; txrks /kkus p u;us A
=kk.ks p fujrks nSoa ee o`kk AA 58AA
kkkf.k fon/kksdL; pyus A
fuR;ka fu;eku~ nSoa ee o`kk AA 59AA
vUrcZfgjfi O;kks txfnne~ A
ikjs p foylu~ nSoa ee o`kk AA 60AA
ikjs l foxq.kks yksos=k lxq.k% A
nqKsZ;efgek nSoa ee o`kk AA 61AA

bUlgs izFkea krde~

;L;k/kZef[kya O;kL; Hkqoue~ A

l izkT;foHkoks nSoa ee o`kk AA 62AA
kURok txfnna lo fLFkjpje~ A
,d% ifjipu~ nSoa ee o`kk AA 63AA
fuR;a p HkqouO;kikjjfld% A
fuR;a p fopju~ nSoa ee o`kk AA 64AA
drkZ p txrka /krkZ nef;rk A
dY;k.kpfjrks nSoa ee o`kk AA 65AA
vkRek p tudks jktk p txrke~ A
bUks eqfuuqrks nSoa ee o`kk AA 66AA
nhks fnfo jfoo|qRlqjiFks A
of% oqoy;s nSoa ee o`kk AA 67AA
rkj% ldyfoTT;ksfr forre~ A
izk.k ijeks nSoa ee o`kk AA 68AA
lw{eks fokf;f.k LFkwy fok;s A
loZ=k forrks nSoa ee o`kk AA 69AA
lk{kh fujku% i{kh u`ruqkq A
v{kh.kfoHkoks nSoa ee o`kk AA 70AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

vxzs flrdjks e/;s fnudj% A

ewys l nguks nSoa ee o`kk AA 71AA
ohjsMfi xqgkokL;so lrre~ A
iw.kksZfi fofo/kks nSoa ee o`kk AA 72AA
gkZiznetks okZRodyqke~ A
HkO;a ef; egks fnO;a p l o`kk AA 73AA
ns;kffoknka /kk=kh ifrjye~ A
Loa nskeforqa ea efrcye~ AA 74AA
izhR;k olqerh o`kkfu e?kok A
,rkfu k`.kqrks;knqr u ok AA 75AA

prqFkZ% d#.kkLrcd% & tkxr%

iznq turk enks)frrs
fouezturk xq.kkskfrrs A
vksktxrks u`ik; ofkus
ikty/k;s ue% oqfyfkus AA 76AA
ozrSuZ fofo/kSuZ iwtukrS&
uZ ;ksxfof/kfHkuZ kq)pfjrS% A
u krilk u ;Kfof/kuk
ujL; efgek ika ro fouk AA 77AA

bUlgs izFkea krde~

_rKfrfHk% lnkfi fouqrk

jtksfojfgriztklq forrk A
lq/kkefi eg% fdjUR;tj rs
u rskq fourk ik fot;rs AA 78AA
u dksfi eulks xq.k% lqtuik
egsUeulks >jh ro ik A
HkoUref; rf}Hkks #fpfu/k
Hk.kfUr focq/kk% iktyfuf/ke~ AA 79AA
vuqxzgrs lnkI;fHkeq[kh
foHkks ro foHkk ikurl[kh A
jlkZfkjla lqiDoeula
iqukfr foena uja Hkqfo fone~ AA 80AA
vrho ljyk izdkkcgqyk
/kqrkf[kyeykrktjdyk A
inkgrHk;k rok{kjn;k
fouezonus ljfRog tus AA 81AA
eqfuLrqrxq.kk egkforj.kk A
fofp=kdj.kk rosUd#.kk
Lrosu eq[kjs ljfRog ujs AA 82AA
v#)xeuk fokkyu;uk
fokq)iruk fofp=kpyuk A



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

rifLotuik rosjik
nk fodflrs ljfRog urs AA 83AA
ro Lej.krks fokq)eufl
izHkks lqeulka forh.kZfkjfl A
ikjl>jh foikil[k rs
irRof; ef; LoHkkofours AA 84AA
fpjknfot;a lnkfi lHk;a
fooqf.Brk;a foyksD; fok;e~ A
fok..kfeg eka o`kk#.k;k
Roeko`.kq fnoks foHkks d#.k;k AA 85AA
lrka efrerka ;fnUu;ua
;nqxzfo/k;k f}kka izneue~ A
lnkfi n;s fLFkfr;Znpyk
ujL; ldyk f;k ;neyk AA 86AA
leLrfok;koxkguxq.kk A
rnsrnf[kya egf}yflra
roSo d#.kk>jL; Qfyre~ AA 87AA
u i;fr riks u i;fr xq.ka
u i;fr kqHkf;ka p A
u i;fr ra ;Fkkfof/k e[ka
u i;fr jekfoykfl p eq[ke~ AA 88AA

bUlgs izFkea krde~

u i;fr fxjka foyklerqya

u i;fr egRoqya p foeye~ A
dokVjfgrs x`gs izogfr
fJ;kef/kirs isU egfr AA 89AA
euks ee x`ga egsUfofgre~ A
vuUrfoHkok fujUrjt;k
u ok izogrkTtokko n;k AA 90AA
vgfrfoR;;ks fojfpra
reLrregkxqgkLFkyxre~ A
dokVdfena nks fo?kfVra
rokLRofogra ik>jxre~ AA 91AA
vlkofi euL;ikj;klk
rukS p ifjrLrrsu eglk A
bea lqjirsokks/; fuiq.kk
uja Hkqfolqja djksrq d#.kk AA 92AA
LejRlq fodlRLoeks?kpfyra
foy{k.kreizHkkodfyre~ A
brksLrq lqjjkV~ikfoyflra
euksfHkyfkra eekLrq Qfyre~ AA 93AA
vrho <rka forh;Z euls
izdkkcgqya cya p opls A



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

/kzqoLe`frfeeka fo/kk; p f/k;a

izHkks fnkrq rs n;k ee t;e~ AA 94AA
/kzqoLe`fr/kjs ef; Lrqfrdjs
inkCtlqfn izdkfkrfn A
txr~=k;/kj% kphlgpj%
iziw.kZHkj.kka djksrq d#.kke~ AA 95AA
eekfHkyfkra izfl/;rq u ok
eu% kefera izr`I;rq u ok A
tgkfe u cgq izdj.ka
n;ktyfu/ksLrosU AA 96AA
izfl)fr u pskfnU foxq.ka
izr`I;fr u pskn{ A
ueRlq u n;k urs /kqrHk;k
f;sr glua dnkfi u e;k AA 97AA
Lodh;n;a leiZ;fr rs
ur% dfoj;a lqioZu`irs A
egLro fokfRona p Hkoua
pjR;uqfnua ;fnU Hkqoue~ AA 98AA
euqa ro fnoks eghk tirka
Lroa ro lrka lgk; iBrke~ A
isU ro u% izeknjfgrka
Lonskeforqa nnkrq iVqrke~ AA 99AA

bUlgs izFkea krde~

onkqigju~ nso deye~ A
izkkflrqjlkS HkoRofHker% AA 100AA

AA bfr bUlgs izFkea kroa leke~ AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

bUlgs dVk{kLrcd%
ra nkkrk{ka khrydVk{ke~ A
ukSfe /kqrikka otz/kjehke~ AA 1AA
mxzefi n{ka HkklqjdVk{ke~ A
oh;Z/kqro`=ka ukSE;fnfriq=ke~ AA 2AA
vkrZtui{ka j{kddVk{ke~ A
izkf.kx.krkra ukSfe iq#gwre~ AA 3AA
nsoel{ka ikoudVk{ke~ A
ukSfe cgqek;a okloees;e~ AA 4AA
ra iq#kehMs LrqR;{ke~ A
LoHkqZoujkKh eksgudVk{ke~ AA 5AA
;=k ro foZtz/kj |k A
uO;;qxd=khZ r=k ojfo|k AA 6AA
r=k ojy{eh% lUrrekwU;k A
r=k lqxq.kkuka lEinfi ekU;k AA 7AA
r=k cyeqxza k=kqengkfj A
r=k u;fooa fofgrdkfj AA 8AA

bUlgs dVk{kLrcd%

;a ro cykjs iko;fr f% A
r=k ujo;sZ loZkqHko`f% AA 9AA
;=k ro iw.kkZ fjfrHkk A
Hksnkrcqf)LrL; u nfjk AA 10AA
d uq lqrknh d nqfjr[kknh A
k ro j{k%lwnudVk{k% AA 11AA
Hkfjfldkuka ikirfr[kknh A
lks;ferjskka iDolqrknh AA 12AA
ikirfr[kknh ;=k l ikoku~ A
rL; fn cks/k% loZlerkoku~ AA 13AA
rL; txnFksZ loZefi dk;Ze~ A
vn~Hkqreikja fnO;efi oh;Ze~ AA 14AA
iDolqrknh ;=k lfofp=k% A
rL; [kyq Hkksx% dkeefrek=k% AA 15AA
;s fxfjkukek ;s p gfjukek A
;s x.kiukek ;s p jfoukek AA 16AA
kffjfr ukek ;s cgqy/kkek A
;s p efreUrks ; bfr ukek AA 17AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

Rokef; HktUrs HkDR;frk;su A

loZlqj:ia Hkwfj foHkosu AA 18AA
rsofi fnoks HkwukFk ro n{kk% A
Hktuj{kk nhf{krdVk{kk% AA 19AA
RoRinetkukI;t ifo=ke~ A
eyxq.kLrs Diruik=ke~ AA 20AA
fokrLrs izsQy/kkjk A
lafJroqysoI;izfrelkjk AA 21AA
ikoudVk{kS% lake; ikie~ A
khrydVk{kS% k ee rkie~ A 22AA
eydVk{kS% lk/k; eese~ A
d p focq/kkuka ukFk gj de~ AA 23AA
HkklqjdVk{kSHkkZl;rq ee~ A
ukdujukFkks T;ksfrjfrxqe~ AA 24AA

AA bfr bUlgs dVk{kLrcd% lek% AA


izFkeks oxZ%
vf[kyuk;oa e[kHkqtka oje~ A
vfjfonkj.ka gfjg;a Hkts AA 1AA
e/kqeqpke`pka ifjp;h o`kk A
jlfdjka fxjka Hkorq yksfdrk AA 2AA
vejjkt es f=keyokj.ks A
Hktueso rs Hkorq Hkskte~ AA 3AA
izfrHk;s xns izfrHkVs iVkS A
ojn rkj.ka ro AA 4AA
v;fegkfJrks Hk;gjsU rs A
e/kqji|Hk`k/kqfj f[k|rq AA 5AA

f}rh;ks oxZ%
o`=kef; Hk`UnkqRl`tfl uhje~ A
mRlolesrks xtZfl xHkhje~ AA 6AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

mxzrjukna nhrjHkkle~ A
vIlq fogjUra nsofoHkqehMs AA 7AA
otz/kjdhyh Hkkfr Hkqfo ikrk A
Hkwfj cykkyh Roa uHkfl usrk AA 8AA
eUFkur vklhnsk bg ;Ks A
?kkZ.kfokskkn~O;ksefu l tKs AA 9AA
Hkwfjefgek<a lUeqfufHkjhMe~ A
=kkrlqjpoza lkerke~ AA 10AA

r`rh;ks oxZ%
vlqjf/kfi.Ma rfVnf/kHkwre~ A
v;eejk.kka ifrjf/knSoe~ AA 11AA
txn;esrRizHkofr HkrqZe~ A
txnfjn;kZ{k;efi drqZe~ AA 12AA
v;ef/kukFkks Hkofr cyL; A
vr mfprksL; izHkqjf[kyL; AA 13AA
ujlqjnSR;kfUorefi uwue~ A
cyfoHkosLekfkzHkqouewue~ AA 14AA


v;efrekS% dfjfHkjt;e~ A
?kV;fr lga e`xfkkqt;e~ AA 15AA

prqFkksZ oxZ%
jkdkkfkdhr ikdklqjk=kqe~ A
vkdkkeghka kksdkigehMs AA 16AA
futR; leLrku~ Hkkokufi ft.kks A
lezkM~ Hkqoukuka vklh% izHkfo.kks AA 17AA
tkukfe e#ou~ xkuk; ;kLrs A
/;kuk; u :ia Kkuk; u roe~ AA 18AA
yksos fLFkfrHkktka ;ks ?kuewr% A
/kk=kh fuf[kykuka ls;a ro dhr% AA 19AA
rq cgqfokka LokjkMfu;kke~ A
vkufUnrfpkka HkL; fo/kkke~ AA 20AA

AA bUokfr% lekk AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

;fn fuocU/kinoh egkxqgk
;fn r=k ewykqfpkffu>Zjh A
;fn nsojktd#.kksUeq[ka euks
u fdeI;lk/;feg nsg/kkfj.kke~ AA 1AA
eZ#rka u`iL; dFkeqP;rka dFkk A
d#.kSo osoyeeq; ;kP;rs AA 2AA
Rof; gsy;srjerkuq;kf;fHk&
nqZfjra ;fnU ee iwoZtSfre~ A
ir;kyq es fkjfl iknlsfouks
fofuokj;Lo QyeL; AA 3AA
dfork fujoqkr;k izorZrs
ee yksdo`kifjdhrZuskq ;k A
xq.ko.kZuk; ro lk leq|rk
e?kou~ izi;fr fnka u dkefi AA 4AA


efgekufeU ro Hkkfkrqa o;a

izHkoke uSo ojnkLrq lk dFkk A
d#.kk d;kuqfo/k;k rokF;Zrke~
b;eI;j.;inoho nqonk AA 5AA
d#.kkoyksdfudjs.k yky;u~ A
o#.kky;knfi xHkhj ,fr es
kj.kkFku% Le`friFka fnoLifr% AA 6AA
fon/kkrq Hkeiokj;Ro?ka
foruksrq lEinfi fJ;ka f/k;ke~ A
vf[kyL; HkwlqjoqyksoL; l
izHkqjEcjL; e#rka ifro`Zkk AA 7AA
AA bUloa leke~ AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

izk.ka iziL; lehjehMs
uHk% leUrknfi xkgekue~ A
l ,k es l LrqfreLrq okpa
firso dU;ka ifjjH; % AA 1AA
fooksidkjk; foHkksunskk&
nguka xU/kog iz;kfl A
JkUrksfl eU;s fic es opkafl
lq/kka tuLrfeok/of[kk% AA 2AA
euksjeka lEiznnkS fxja ;% A
rka ok;os lEizfr nkZ;keks
foo/krka lk/kq foHkwfkrka p AA 3AA
lR;a nqowya ifjnsfg okf.k
fo/kk; nwjs forFka oqpsye~ A
ekRoTtqxqIlka xxuL; ukFk%
dkkhZfkta ikZeqikxrk;k% AA 4AA


fofiz;esoa izk.ka iou Roke~ A
u LrkSfr lpsrk% dks uke kjhjh AA 5AA
[ksyR[kxox rkjklqefp=ke~ A
m|kufena rs [ka okr fokkye~ AA 6AA
czkgqjf; Roka feF;kRof; usne~ A
eqk Hkork psRls;a xfrnh{kk AA 7AA
o`kh% ifjHkw; Hkzs fopjUre~ A
i;kfuy Roka i;sne`ra uk AA 8AA
AA ioukoa leke~ AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

kj.kkxrj{k.kekpjrk A
d#.kkdfyrsu txRifruk
u fouk ee ;kfr eqna n;e~ AA 1AA
olr oq#ks ?kfVdkfoja
n;a p enh;enLln; A
ujlg fogk; foHkks diVa
on oq=k euks Hkorks jers AA 2AA
lrra Lejrka Do lrkekqHke~ A
;fn dksfi HkosnkqHkL; yoks
#fpjkfk#ns;fr ikfk fnfk AA 3AA
cgoksorjk foylUrq e/kqa
f}krks futfoxzgrksI;f/kde~ A
?kfVdkfxfjjkM~olrkS u`gjkS
d#.kkofr es jers n;e~ AA 4AA
d#.kkoyksdfudjs.k yky;u~ A


?kfVdkflhefu u`lgfoxzgks
txrka ifroZlfr oklokpr% AA 5AA

AA Jhu`lgija leke~ AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

ujlginkEHkkstHkzejkf;rekule~ A
;ksx;qa guweUra ?kfVdkfxra Hkts AA 1AA
,k gRok fukkVkuka dksVhohZjoj% iqjk A
v/kquk ;rs ;ksxh ujlginkfUros AA 2AA
lR;a on egkohj oq=k rs jers eu% A
u`osks ok gjkS dfLok`lgruq/kkfjf.k AA 3AA
fofpUr;fkokHksna Jhjkeujlg;ks% A
;ksx;qks e#Rlwuq% ?kfVdkkS iz;rs AA 4AA
;fLeUeu% iFka ;krs u tuL; foiRiqu% A
ra Hkts e#r% iq=ka ;ksfxua ohjoqtje~ AA 5AA

AA Jh;ksxktus;ija leke~ AA



nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 1AA
fuxqZ.k fudy fuR;fujtu fuxZreRlj xE;foHkks A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 2AA
lalkjsfLeu~ fuxZrlkjs ikfg foikjs nkonukjs A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 3AA
loZleRoa loZfgrRoa lRlRoa nsfg foHkks es A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 4AA
tuuos ka ej.kos ka ukk; xeukxeuos ke~ A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 5AA
dks es iq=k% dk es tk;k ek;k ls;a ikfg foHkks eke~ A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 6AA
ludluUnulaLrqrpfjra tkuhrs Roka xksxq.kjfgre~ A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 7AA
ukfLr oiqLrs ukfLr rok[;k ukfLr p deZ LofLrn fo.kks A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 8AA


Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

ek;k dfYirfenef[kya rs :ia deZ p uke p fofo/ke~ A

nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 9AA
uke rq jkesR;eyfena rs rkjoa _k;% ifjHkkkUrs A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 10AA
prqjkL;LRoa p/kjLRoa ijeskLRoa ijekRek Roe~ A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 11AA
rolewgknqifj ylUra iq#ka lk[;k% izonfUr Roke~ A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFksAA 12AA
nkkri=ks nkeq[kk=kks ;ksxfonLRokekyksdUrs A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 13AA
tSfefueq[;k% deZQya Roka nso onUrks uUnfUr Le A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 14AA
osnkUrs ;s fufrer;% rs izkgqLRokesdeHksne~ A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 15AA
x.kifrdfouk jfpra Lrks=ka yfyra izhR;S Hkorks Hkw;kr~ A
nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu nkkjFks AA 16AA

AA JhrkjdjkeukeLrqfr% lekk AA


.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 1AA
vO;; ek/ko vUrfootr vfC/klqrkfiz; dkUr gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 2AA
vkkjukku vkfnfootr vkReKkun ukFk gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 3AA
bUeq[kkejc`Unlepriknljks#g;qXe gjsA
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 4AA
bZjlkqr bZfrHk;kig jk{klukkun{k gjsA
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 5AA
mkrekul mkinizn moyfoxzg nso gjsA
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 6AA
mtksuZ kfkrkk=kol; ty/kjxtrd.B gjsA
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 7AA
_fktulkqr fnO;dFkke`r HkO;xq.kksoy fpkgjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 8AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

dkjfiz; _{kx.ksjofUnrikni;kst gjs A

.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 9AA
rdlepr dkf{krnk;d oqf{kxrkf[kyyksdgjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 10AA
yoksdkpkjlehfjr :ifootr fuR; gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 11AA
,deuksefq uekulxkspj xksoq yikyd oskgjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 12AA
,sjkordjlfkHknkscZy futrnkuolSU;gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 13AA
vkskjkEcqt oudygald dfyeyukku ukegjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 14AA
vkSkR;kJ; lafJrikyd ikdfucgZ.klgtgjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 15AA
vnlsfor Hkfootr lfootr lsO; gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 16AA
vLrfxfjfLFkrHkkLdjyksfgrpj.kljkstryk< gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 17AA


deykoHk deyfoykspu deyfoHkkgjikn gjs A

.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 18AA
[kjeq[knkuolSfud[k.Mu [kspjdhrr dhrgjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 19AA
x.kifrlsfor xq.kx.klkxj ojxfrfutr ukxgjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 20AA
?kfVdkioZrokfl u`os lfj oskfoukfkrnkskgjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 21AA
% izR;soa u ;Fkk okD;s ukFk rFkk rs fpks ks/k% A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 22AA
piykHkklqjes?kfuHkizHk deykHkklqjo{k gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 23AA
Ny;qrnwjpykpyykspu xksio/kwn;sk gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 24AA
txrhoHk:iijkRij loZtxkuiwT; gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 25AA
>kj/ofudkfje/kqor` etqyoskdyki gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 26AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

k{kj;qrtk/kkRoFksZ ifjfufr uSfdxE; gjs A

.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 27AA
Vkj/ofudkfj/kuq/kZjkkrkjkgrnSR; gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 28AA
Bfefr euqa ok lfefr euqa ok tirka flf)n ukFk gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 29AA
Me#djsjiwftrfutrjko.knkuo jke gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 30AA
<Ddkok|fiz; Hk;okj.k fou;footrnwj gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 31AA
.kV/kkRoFksZ if.Mref.Mrldyko;oksn~Hkkfl gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 32AA
roelhfr O;kfrokP;izkP;f/kuk;diwT; gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 33AA
FkwRdkjkfuyosxuHkksxrlleqojkg gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 34AA
nf;rkfyfro{kksHkklqj Hkwlqjiwftrikn gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 35AA


/kj.khru;kthforuk;d okfyfucgZ.k jke gjs A

.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 36AA
ukjk;.k ek/ko osko xksikyd gs xksfoUn gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 37AA
ijesj ojif{koqysjokgu eksgu:i gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 38AA
Qkyfoykspu itlEHko dhrrlq.ktky gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 39AA
cyfjiqiwftr cyftrnkuo cynsokuqt cky gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 40AA
HkoHk;ukku Hktufiz; HkwHkjukkudkfj gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 41AA
ek;keksfgrldytxkuekfjpklqjeFku gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 42AA
;equkrfVuhojrVfogj.k ;{kx.ksjoU| gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 43AA
jkejesj jko.kenZu jfryyuk/ko rkr gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 44AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

y{e.klsfor eyy{k.kyf{kr fkf{krnq gjs A

.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 45AA
okfyfoukku okfjf/kcU/ku oupjlsforikn gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 46AA
kjdhkr futukeke`rk=kqfucgZ.kck.kgjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 47AA
kM~xq.kef.Mr kM~nkskkig nkskkpjoqydky gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 48AA
ln; lnkfkoiwftriknqd n;fojkftr nf;r gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 49AA
gLrprq;HkklqjuUnd kxnkjFkpj.k gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 50AA
q cq fq u%LouefkreUnjioZr/kkj.koweZ gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 51AA
{kf;rfukkV{kkfUrxq.kk< {ks=kKkRed nso gjs A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 52AA
x.kifrif.Mrjfpra Lrks=ka .kL;sna t;rq /kj.;ke~ A
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 53AA


.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA

.k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k tuknZu .k gjs AA 54AA
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Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

fuxqZ.k fudy fuR; fuju fuxZreRlj xE; n;kyks A
lalkjsfLefkxZrlkjs ikfg foikjs nkonukjs AA 1AA
dks;a iq=k% os;a tk;k ek;k ls;a enZ; jkxe~ A
loZleRoa loZfgrRoa lRlfRoa nsfg foHkks es AA 2AA
fokjEHka fo.kksukZekeLrq lga ldyLrqR;e~ A
uke rq ^^jkes** R;eyfena rs rkjde`k;% ifjHkkkUrs AA 3AA
lhrkdkfefkg Hkhrkuka pj.ka kj.ka ro ;krkuke~ A
tuuoska ej.koska ukk; xeukxeuoske~ AA 4AA
prqjkL;LRo/kjLRoa izeFkskLRoa ijekRek Roe~ A
ludizHk`frLrqrxq.kesrn~ O;wgprqoa cgqdhrsZ rs AA 5AA
ukfLr oiqLrs ukfLr rok[;k ukfLr p deZ LofLrn fo.kks A
ek;kdfYirfenef[kya rs :ia deZ p uke p fofo/ke~AA 6AA
rolewgknqifj ylUra iq#ka lk[;k% izonfUr Roke~ A
nkkri=ks nkeq[kk=kks ;ksxfonLRokekyksdUrs AA 7AA
tSfefueq[;k% deZJkSra nsoirs rs oSHkoekgq% A
osnkUrs ;s fufrer;% rs izkgqLRokesdeHksne~ AA 8AA


ro p eekfi p HksnkHkkoa nwjkkaij dFk;fr A

ee rq r;kHkwkeKkua nkonukjs nkeL;So AA 9AA

AA bfr Jhjkexhrk lekA AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

izFkee~ vfxxhre~
okpef/kfrTT;ksfrjfi HkkSee~ A
fdfnfi nSoa xs;efojkee~ AA 1AA
l rqkq gksrk foizeq[koklh A
vfk p l gO;a osfnryHkklh AA 2AA
ikod olqLRoa Tokykrekyh A
dfnfl #% kkkrkkyh AA 3AA
ikod ;nkL;s Hkkfl euqtkuke~ A
rs rfng jkT;a fcHkzfr ikwuke~ AA 4AA
vfLe ro nkL;s lj enkL;s A
lRlnfl eksga ;kfe u ;Fkkge~ AA 5AA
ukfLr kj.ka es dksI;ofui`s A
vfxeoukFkhZ nsoeqifrs AA 6AA
vfLr djekyh dksfi fnfo jktk A
,k uuq dhyh Hkkfr Hkqfo jktk AA 7AA


vk;fr Hkkuqa izkrjkuk; A

Rokeuy ;Tok lk;ekuk; AA 8AA
,dee`r Roka izkrjfi lk;e~ A
Jksrqef; ok.khjk;fr lks;e~ AA 9AA
nhrjdhy Roa Hktfl gO;e~ A
usrjf; okpka Lrks=kefi HkO;e~ AA 10AA
vfLe u leFkksZ ;Kef; drqZe~ A
Lrks=keoyEcs keZ ro HkrqZe~ AA 11AA
ikFkofoHkwfrLRoa ipudkjh A
oS|rq foHkwfrokZDiVy/kkjh AA 12AA
Roa ipudkjh HkkL;qnjHkk.Ms A
okDiVy/kkjh nso oqyoq.Ms AA 13AA
HkkL;qnjHkk.Ms Hkkfl oqyoq.Ms A
d p fn thoks HkkL;uy fi.Ms AA 14AA
LoL; fn :ia Rokeuy yksos A
Hkkfe foeyks;a /kkfe xrHkhos AA 15AA
Roka regeFk ;% Lejfr fuR;e~ A
ikod fokksd% i;fr l lR;e~ AA 16AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

;r~ Liqj.keUr% LoL; /kqrikie~ A

/;s;fenexs nso ro :ie~ AA 17AA
nso Hkofl Roa offjg yksos A
loZn leUrkf}|qnfl ukos AA 18AA
v=k tuuh rs Hkwfejfriwrk A
|kSjuy nsoh r=k ro ekrk AA 19AA
v=k oloLrs ok;ql[k gLrs A
okpeuqHkkLr=k ro #k% AA 20AA
v=k fn jktu~ jktfl ujk.kke~ A
r=k ojnkUr% [ksyfl lqjk.kke~ AA 21AA
v=k txnhk Roa Toyuukek A
r=k e?kok Roa fu%lk/kkek AA 22AA
}kouykkS ikejtukuke~ A
l f}ruqjsd% if.Mrtukuke~ AA 23AA
Hkkuqjfi nsoks yksdlqnsk% A
O;kid kkuks dksfi ro osk% AA 24AA
nsfg HkxoUes lEineqnkjke~ A
cqf)efi os =kkrjfr/khjke~ AA 25AA


nso ojnkxs Roa Hko eeke~ A

cks/k; p ea loZefi kke~ AA 26AA
lqizHk f/k;k Roka O;kef[kykfu A
ukSfe ldykfu {ksen t;kfu AA 27AA
xk.kirexs% loZtu|e~ A
Hkkrq Hk;gkfj PNUn bnek|e~ AA 28AA

f}rh;a x.kifrxhre~
Hkrjewr Hkredhre~ A
#ru;a ra xk;r egkUre~ AA 1AA
T;ksfrfjg lw{eTokyefrnhe~ A
Hkkfr oqyoq.Ms ;ksfxeuqtke~ AA 2AA
rker okpks nSoreqnkje~ A
lVkrkuka ;krqfeg ikje~ AA 3AA
ra x.kir ;ks foLejfr yksos A
lUrreHkkX;ks ekfr l kksos AA 4AA
nEifrfogkj% khrkfk[k.Ms A
uUnufuoklks nhoqyoq.Ms AA 5AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

fe=k oq# Hk fo;qojkts A

nsfg neqeS ;ksfxuqfrHkkts AA 6AA
v=k lkjhjs ewyfkf[k:ih A
;ksxfoeq[kks uk foUnfr u ikih AA 7AA
/;k;fr lnkUr;ksZxzHkqtesre~ A
ra Hktfr nsoh flf)jfriwre~ AA 8AA
rL; ojHkklk lUofr khkZe~ A
;L; ifjra foUnfr lgkZe~ AA 9AA
;ksxfon vkgq% khkZjl/kkjke~ A
flf)krgsraq rkee`rlkjke~ AA 10AA
ihBef/k:<a ewyljlhte~ A
loZHkqoukuka ukSfe ;qojkte~ AA 11AA
dkpu #fpLrs HkxZlqr iwrk A
eylqkqek ekxZpjekrk AA 12AA
HkkX;ef[kykuka nso ro gLrs A
Hkwfj efgekua o.kZ;rq dLrs AA 13AA
gfLronuks uk l Roef/knSoe~ A
lVgjk;SZ% lfnresoe~ AA 14AA


RoRinljksts ;L; fn Hkf% A

dkfi fkolwuks r}pfl kf% AA 15AA
Roa [kyq e?kksuks /kwrlqtukr% A
v=k Hkqfo dkfpRdk;Zdjewr% AA 16AA
Roka Hktfr xk<izhfrjfrkLrk A
flf)fjfr y{ehLrkejlgLrk AA 17AA
lfJ;eqnkjka Jhn;gkjh A
laforjrkUes loZcy/kkjh AA 18AA
khruxtk;k% lwuqjfr|ke~ A
Hkwfjd#.kks es iwj;rq fo|ke~ AA 19AA
okj.keq[kks es okj;rq de~ A
loZefi ns;kPNoZlqr be~ AA 20AA
eka pj.kHkkta ikigjukek A
iky;rq kEHkks% lwuqjfr/kkek AA 21AA
futrtjk/k funZfyrjksxe~ A
nfUronuks es o/kZ;rq ;ksxe~ AA 22AA
lq{kerea es dfgeHkkuks A
izk.kcyexza nsfg gjlwuks AA 23AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

okfp ee fnO;ka /ksfg fut/kkVhe~ A

flf)eftrkL;S nsfg ojpsVhe~ AA 24AA
gfLreq[k ;kps xk<jlHkDR;k A
vkfok foHkks eka fnO;futkDR;k AA 25AA
nsfg futrst% fdjtuk; A
bZj x.kkuka Hkkjrfgrk; AA 26AA
loZn tuks;a okNfr u eqfe~ A
nskoqkyk; izkFkZ;fr kfe~ AA 27AA
xk.kiresrhrefrkq)e~ A
Hkkrq Hk;gkfj PNUnfl fuc)e~ AA 28AA

r`rh;e~ bUxhre~
/krkZ lqrkuka grkZ nqfjrkuke~ A
HkrkZ uHklks es drkZLrq kqHkkuke~ AA 1AA
[;krkferoh;ksZ /kwrkf[kyoSjh A
usrk focq/kkuka =kkrk HkorkUes AA 2AA
foE; fo/kqUoUokaRlejskq A
pk;q/kfe=k% k% kj.ka u% AA 3AA


k% kqHkfokka y{ehefu;kke~ A
vkufUnrfpkka ea Hkqfo /kkke~ AA 4AA
ukoa Roej{k% ikoa ;qf/k ftRok A
o`=ka p fo/kw;kfe=ka ifoik.ks AA 5AA
,rkfu fooqoZu~ Hkwrkfu l ikd% A
kqHkzs foQyksHkwnHksz ro ft.kks AA 6AA
ikd% izHkqjso izk.kka fodrqZe~ A
;|EcjukFk Roa u izfrdrqZe~ AA 7AA
u Roa ;fn jks)k o`=k% ifjHkw; A
izKkef; foa n|kfkfejk; AA 8AA
izKkeqkla rka Ka pkftrlw;Ze~ A
;{kfl o`=kkkks lqjdk;Ze~ AA 9AA
lEeksgukfo`Z=kL; rq fuk A
lEcks/kukfo|qko Hkk AA 10AA
uknkUrfoHkkL;a osnkUrjgL;e~ A
eksnkUrj;ks/ka HksnkUrdehMs AA 11AA
[ks ok;qeuUra #a fuunUre~ A
HkkUra e?koUra oUns HkxoUre~ AA 12AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

rkja enukj izk.ka ioekue~ A

nsoa e?kokua /;k;kE;frekue~ AA 13AA
oh;sZ ldya Rososj uwue~ A
nsoklqjeR;SZ;qZa txnwue~ AA 14AA
futR; leLrku~ Hkkokufi ft.kks A
lezkM~ Hkqoukukeklh% izHkfo.kks AA 15AA
ukHksRL; bea psn~ o`=ka fnfo ohje~ A
ukeks{;n?kkjs es?kks Hkqfo uhje~ AA 16AA
xksik;fl foa kgqjhrh% A
LoukZFk fo/kqUou~ o`=kL; foHkwrh% AA 17AA
pRokfj oiwafk izkgweqZu;Lrs A
;skka txnsrsokf/ki gLrs AA 18AA
:ikf.k foHkks rs Hkw;kafl rrkfu A
fnek=kr;k|SRok;qfZ nrkfu AA 19AA
loZL; p drkZ loZL; p /krkZ A
izk.k% iq#gwr% dks uke l xhr% AA 20AA
lw=ka fonqjsos lqyksdeuUre~ A
osfpf}f/kekgq% oa ra HkxoUre~ AA 21AA


foL; funkua fokfrxekue~ A

,ra fonqjU;s ok;qa ioekue~ AA 22AA
loZL; p us=kh loSZjfi ekU;k A
xhokZ.kirs rs dkyLruqjU;k AA 23AA
#a fonqjsos usrcZgqyhye~ A
izkgq;ZeeU;s dk;a ro dkye~ AA 24AA
dkyks;eukfn% lw;kZnfi iwoZ% A
Hkkks tfuoknLrL;ktj loZ% AA 25AA
l}kidk izk.ka dFk;fUr A
O;DrsrjkCna dkya x.k;fUr AA 26AA
O;DrsrjkCnkkSo iz.koksU;% A
rL;sU roks foJkE;fr /kU;% AA 27AA
lPNfjHkkf.k izk.k% ijeL; A
fpPNfjxkfn izkKS% iz.koksL; AA 28AA
loZ=k folkfj T;ksfrLrfVnk[;e~ A
nsosU kjhja xhra ro eq[;e~ AA 29AA
izk.ka iz.koa p T;ksfr folkfj A
nsoa u;nsoa oUns Hko/kkfj AA 30AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

,d% l frl.kkeLFkwyruwuke~ A
jktR;fHkekuh jktk Hkqoukuke~ AA 31AA
;L; ijLrkkxq.kefLr A
bUkfHk/k;k rr~ ;s=k pdkfLr AA 32AA
cU/kqHkqZoukuka lw;ZLrrdhr% A
jktkejk.kka rq;kZ ro ewr% AA 33AA
nso izfrfcEchHkw; izfrlw;Ze~ A
foL; egsU Roa i;fl dk;Ze~ AA 34AA
uks osoyeosZ fi.Mskq p rkr% A
vUr% izfrfcEchHkwr% iq#gwr% AA 35AA
fi.Ms izfrfcEchHkwra iq#gwre A
Z =k;rkre~ AA 36AA
ukU;kfu fdy Rowik.;f[kykfu A
ekf;u~ foHkoa rs d ok dFk;kfe AA 37AA
ikfg f=knkkukehkku kkk% A
Hkw;kko nso Lrksrk cgqykk% AA 38AA
lo Hkorkga i{ks.k t;kfu A
bZkks Hkqfo yksos ukosk Hkokfu AA 39AA


vkfo; foHkks eka drq Hkqfo dk;Ze~ A

lEizsk; fdffO;a ro oh;Ze~ AA 40AA
/kkrk Hkqoukuka usrk f=knkkuke~ A
vkfo; foHkqekZekHkkrq lqdekZ AA 41AA
bUa izHktUrkesrkLruqe/;k% A
ukFka xq.koR;ks ;}kuqe/;k% AA 42AA

prqFk ok;qxhre~
fnkRifrrksga eUns ujo`Uns A
=kk.kk; lehja ra lEizfr oUns AA 1AA
rkjklqefp=ka [ksyR[kxtkye~ A
m|kufena rs [ka okr fokkye~ AA 2AA
nsoksfl cyL; izk.kksL;f[kyL; A
czw;knfrekua dLrs efgekue~ AA 3AA
HkDR;k ro iq.;a rqY;a Do uq x.;e~ A
r}f pfj=ka jSDoL; ifo=ke~ AA 4AA
es;% l p ukd% LoYiks ujyksd% A
fuR;kfuy kqHkza fu%lhe rokHkze~ AA 5AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

?kq;kfl #ks nhI;kfl k% A

izk.kkfl okrs/kkfl uqrksr% AA 6AA
lokZ fnkLrs O;ksesj gLrs A
Hkkk iqujskk dks.ksfMfr Hkkkk AA 7AA
fuR;k/ox drq JkUrs ifjgkje~ A
okflopksEHkks |a fic /khje~ AA 8AA
vkkfu kkukS tqRonfjk% A
ok;ks tqgqekseh okpLRof; Hkk% AA 9AA
;|I;f; fnO;ks xqLro osk% A
O;ksesk rFkkfi O;Lro ?kksk% AA 10AA
vkdkkx`gk.kkekRekfl lqjk.kke~ A
oh;Zfo.kkuka dkskksfl ujk.kke~ AA 11AA
Rokekg l jSDo% laoxZeuUre~ A
LoLeRlq<kuka nq%[kkfu gjUre~ AA 12AA
ewya rilka Roa nsokfl _kh.kke~ A
yksos ldykuka gsrq kh.kke~ AA 13AA
nkukFkZelwuka izkf{kfrjk% A
,rs ro okrk% [kskku rjk% AA 14AA


vkRek e#rka Roa oSjI;fl xhr% A

oSjI;f/kjkt% oSjI;f; rkr% AA 15AA
vkRek e#rka Roa xhr% i`kn% A
jktk iq#gwrLrkrks fuxek% AA 16AA
okrLro ohfpo|qko dk;e~ A
rkjLro kCnks nsokf/ki lks;e~ AA 17AA
osnkfneukn rkja iz.kok[;e~ A
/;k;fUr fonks ;s rS% L;kko l[;e~ AA 18AA
okrksL;f/kHkwra kksL;f/knSoe~ A
#ksL;f/kfi.Ma i{kkUrjesoe~ AA 19AA
xhrk% dfojktk loZLro Hkkts A
,rkLruqe/;kLrkrk; [kjkts AA 20AA

iea lw;Zxhre~
Hkqou=k;ifrew/kZte/;s nhI;Uef.kj;efgee;w[k% A
Hkqou=k;rksI;f/kdks ewY;s Hkorka lEinerqyka Hk.krq AA 1AA
,rUe.MyerqfguHkkuksHkkZlka LFkkua fuxefu/kkue~ A
foizSoZU|a dkys dkys foizk.kk;rua t;fr AA 2AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

kEHkks% osks oiqkk osu Jks=ks ekrqoZiqkk osu A

jktfl ufyuhfiz; nEiR;ksHkwZk.kefl ok i;kZ;s.k AA 3AA
du nf{k.ku;ua HkrqZewZr dkefi Hk.kfr fonU;% A
vijks Hkoua Hkqoua fRorj% izk.ka nkkrfdj.k ijLRoke~ AA 4AA
izkf.kfr Hkork i;fr Hkork [kknfr ikfr p Hkqoua Hkork A
Hkkfr p Hkork HkkLdj Hkorks ekgkHkkX;a u Hkf.kfr ekxsZ AA 5AA
n;a ;}khokuka uks e.MyesrkkFkL;Soe~ A
rLeknsrRifjkUrSnZ ;lef% dfFkrk fkS% AA 6AA
e.Mye/;s ; k;ksfrZn;L;kUr;Zk;ksfr% A
Hkofr rnfLekf{kf.k xE;a jE;a iw.k ee [kyq dkE;e~ AA 7AA
{ks=ks {ks=ks cgqkksfUoa ykspue.Mye/;s e~ A
da xfyra Qfyra psa iqujLekoa d ifjfke~ AA 8AA
lkf{k.kef{kf.k fuyk fueZyuHkfl fLFkr;k }kjk A
y{;a jk=kkofi fnuukFka i;r u;a eqr fuf[kye~ AA 9AA
ujdkekuke;feg jktk tkxR;Zf{kf.k lk;a ikrk A
lqjdkekukehkkukslkS lw;sZ Hkkfr izkr% ikrk AA 10AA
Kkukdkja rst% i;RizfrfcEca ok iqalks gSee~ A
/khjks /;k;k;uLFkkus ikkSeqZ% rR;% L;kr~ AA 11AA


fu%kskkfHk% lfgra JhfHkugZrikis ngjljksts A

fru% fdj.kSjkHka ra AA 12AA
ijefonqLRoka ikodeoukS fnfo jfoeEcjHkqous ke~ A
vkRekua ok T;ksfroSZoa txrka Hksnkr~ do;s/kk AA 13AA
oSHkokkyh nhf/kfrekyh izkferikifHkqounhi% A
fnfo Hkkfr jfo;Z=kkpjrjrsfkr`ijea T;ksfr% AA 14AA
t;fr fooLoku~ nkkr/kkek t;fr p rfLeu~ ijea /kke A
iknkoqyoSuqZfrjnlh;k x.kifreqfuuk jfprk t;fr AA 15AA

ka nkkorkjxhre~
osnpksjekkja foeF; lkseoa iqjk
;% Le`r /kzqoka iqu% lqrk; HkkLorks nnkS A
flU/kqokfj cU/kqjkl ukS/kjLrifLouka
; ra l[ks HktLo >kkoskeP;qre~ AA 1AA
eUnjkf/kkfj.ks egsUdk;Zdkfj.ks
ekSfufpkpkfj.ks egksxzikigkfj.ks A
vty oq#o HkksgZfjrkUretqy&
LoPNdhrZ;s foykldPNik; fo.kos AA 2AA
dkuk{keq.kjfetky;k kSd;k
P;ko;Urekstl% iznh?kksjrkj;k A



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

lkURo;UreU;;k n;kZ;k olqU/kjka

khryfRokk gj fdfjPNya LejkUrjs AA 3AA
izk.keqkgkj nSR;o{klks fonkfjrk&
|ksu[kSj[koZkfikS#kksToyu~ #kk A
vklqjkRoqykfPN;a lqioZpsrlks fHk;a
ukjlgewrjkreP;qr% l gUrq rs AA 4AA
=khf.k ;% inkU;t% leUrrks fopes
ukya ;FkkR;fjP;rk=k fnO;eq=k ok A
ukdpkfj.kksf/kdrqeZ kkq grqeZ klqj
lEina p ra ija iqekalekJ;Lo js AA 5AA
;kstqZua Hkqtkcysu futxk; nqtZ;a
psrlk okaonsu i;ZHkwnuU;te~ A
S.kqos;Hkwfed% l rs L;rkfn~Hk;a gfj% AA 6AA
okD;o`Rlqr% firq% izHkq jf{krk fokk&
exztksfroRlyks fu;kedksuqtUeuke~ A
Jhdj% lrka l[kk f}kka p Hkhdjks fjiq%
lhr;k dy=kokkjks gfj/kuksrq o% AA 7AA
HkwfeHkkjokj.kk; ;ks ;nqoHkwf}Hkq&
oLe;a fkkks ;L; psfrkfu rsfujs A
keZ o% l iw#kks jFkkek;q/ka n/kr~
deZ;ksxnsfkd% djksrq ikFkZlkjfFk% AA 8AA


Hkkjra u osoya prq%leqeqfra

Hkwfe[k.Meso ;ks O;Hkwk;fktSxqZ.kS% A
rL; iw#kkskeL; cq)uke/kkfj.k%
ikouh dFkk eqns fonka unho ukHklh AA 9AA
xk;r Lrqrkf;/oekJ;/oeqkea
iw#ka iqjk.keoZe.MykUrjky;e~ A
dYdHkkjokj.kk; dfYdHkwfedk/kjks
;ks;eL; HkwryL; j{k.kk; psrs AA 10AA

lee~ vfEcdkxhre~
lsodikrdkeua nSoa ekulokfNrQyna nSoe~ A
lkuj{k.kprqja nSoa nqtZuenZui#ka nSoe~ AA 1AA
HkkLdjfoEcs nha nSoa ykspue/;s lqa nSoe~ A
flrdje.Myxqa nSoa f=kxqf.krHkqouO;ka nSoe~ AA 2AA
cgqkrpsVhlfgra nSoa js.kqlek fofgra nSoe~ A
vEcjlkS/ks fufgra nSoa HkSjoonukfHkfgra nSoe~ AA 3AA
vlq#fpi|kHkwra nSoa olq#koSZxhZra nSoe~ A
f{kfrtykqfpkq izksra nSoa fkrefrfHk% le/khra nSoe~ AA 4AA
e`nqn;kuka lkSE;a nSoa fiz;:ik.kka jE;a nSoe~ A
roKkuka foa nSoa xq.kfo#phuka kwU;a nSoe~ AA 5AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

pkydeous% kDR;k nSoa kEik}kjk ;a nSoe~ A

nksX/kzheuqojokP;a nSoa fon/kf}urekksP;a nSoe~ AA 6AA
kSys kSys fogjSoa fofius fofius fopjSoe~ A
xzkes xzkes [;kra nSoa uxjs uxjs izfFkra nSoe~ AA 7AA
ifjrks O;ksfe fujkfr nSoa LoxsZ ikSyksE;kfr nSoe~ A
fgeofr xkSjh:ia nSoa ruqkq izk.kkdkja nSoe~ AA 8AA
v/k lqjfxfj/kuqkks nSoa Hkqouf=kr;s iw.k nSoe~ A
fn Hkwrkuka fdfSoa r`.koUeufl izpqja nSoe~ AA 9AA
yTtkHkkoks yfyra nSoa jlukHkkoks Hkhea nSoe~ A
kS kS lw{ea nSoa fok;s fok;s LFkwya nSoe~ AA 10AA
Lrks=ks Lrks=ks e/kqja nSoa /;kus /;kus enSoe~ A
ueus ueus ojna nSoa pfjrs pfjrs iwra nSoe~ AA 11AA
vkdkkkeyxk=ka nSoa rkjkjfokfkus=ka nSoe~ A
O;kidiouflra nSoa ikjkokjLosna nSoe~ AA 12AA
yhykukjhoska nSoa fnO;fgj.e;Hkwka nSoe~ A
oskkfRrikska nSoa oskkfRrkkska nSoe~ AA 13AA
ikskfo/kkus khra nSoa kkskfo/kkus riua nSoe~ A
lxZfo/kkus fodlSoa izy;fo/kkus ehySoe~ AA 14AA


lksea ihRok iqa nSoa f}krks gRok a nSoe~ A

Hkqouizy;s fka nSoa loZinkFkksZRa nSoe~ AA 15AA
dkSykpkfjkq ek|Soa le;kpkfjkq kkUra nSoe~ A
;ksxkpkfjkq ihua nSoa Kkukpkfjkq yhua nSoe~ AA 16AA
dkefojksf/k dy=ka nSoa x.kikMkuuiq=ka nSoe~ A
ikifonkfj ifo=ka nSoa t;fr eqfuLrqfrik=ka nSoe~ AA 17AA

vea js.kqdkxhre~
lqjfkjjkj.kjs.kqdk A
txn/khjh t;fr js.kqdk AA 1AA
nsorkfkjksns kykfyre~ A
js.kqdkina fnkrq es eqne~ AA 2AA
oq.Myhiqjhe.Mua eg% A
fdefi Hkklrka ee lnk fn AA 3AA
eLroSroa oLrq kkre~ A
vfLr es lnk kLrna fn AA 4AA
vkfnukfj rs iknite~ A
LQqjrq es eu%ljfl loZnk AA 5AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

osoya inks% lsodksfLe rs A

osfn~e usrj}snlkqrs AA 6AA
n; rs.kqu% leqfprks.kquk A
ifjp;ksfEcdkiknjs.kquk AA 7AA
ikfg eq ok iknite~ A
f=knklkqrs u R;tkfe rs AA 8AA
pj.keEc rs ;ks fuksors A
iquj;a oqpkS /k;fr d o`rh AA 9AA
vgjgksEc rs jgfl fpUr;k A
/kU;rka xrks ukU;nFkZ;s AA 10AA
Lejftrks ;Fkk fkjfl tkoh A
tufu js.kqos eufl rs ik AA 11AA
vEc ikfg eka nEHkrkifl A
ikndt;ksjkfnfdje~ AA 12AA
iq=kekReu% iq.;dhrZus A
cgqis oqrks ekeqis{kls AA 13AA
vEc laLrqrs tEHkoSfj.kk A
ikfg ekfeea exekifn AA 14AA


rookfnu% lokkfyfu A
Rokets fonq% lRLo:fi.khe~ AA 15AA
Roka izp{krs ln;ohf{krs A
osnosfnuks eksn:fi.khe~ AA 16AA
lafona fonqLRokfena izlq A
ije;ksfxu% ijensors AA 17AA
tufu oq.Myhiqjfuokflfu A
ijkqjkeor~ i; ekfeee~ AA 18AA
ru;jksnua Jo.kkkfyfu A
k`.kq lqjkprs ;fn n;k fn AA 19AA
;kpd% lqrks HktuehfIlre~ A
rnfi nqyZHka fdfenefEcos AA 20AA
ekLrq osrua fNkeLros A
Hktueso rs ;kP;rs e;k AA 21AA
rjyrkj;k tytnh?kZ;k A
lkuqdEi;k khrikr;k AA 22AA
osoya kk i; js.kqos A
rsu es kqHka u p rokkqHke~ AA 23AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

fdjhHkoRlqjfoykfluh A
t;fr oq.Myhuxjokfluh AA 24AA
e/kqjeEc rs pj.kite~ A
r=k ;rSLR;T; rsf[kye~ AA 25AA
pj.keEc rs pjrq es fn A
b;euke;s izkFkZuk ee AA 26AA
Hkqtxd.kizHk`frlaLrqrs A
HkqtHkqokejstZufu ikfg eke~ AA 27AA
oq.Myhiqjhe.Mukf;rk A
x.kifrLrqrk t;fr js.kqdk AA 28AA

uoea xq#xhre~
vO;k|r ,r}a tkrekske~ A
;)ks rnta ;=kkUrs y;esfr AA 1AA
vk/kkjs [kyq ;fLeu~ xksykuka lg y{kS% A
czk.Ma izfrfrR;srfkLrqylos AA 2AA
lw;kZfnxzgHkklka ;Uewya ?kurst% A
;kfnlqjk.kka kDR;S kf#rkgks AA 3AA


KkRok roelk Hkklk ;L; jeUrs A

;kkysu leLrs }Srs{kkYierhuke~ AA 4AA
;)kusu HkofUr LokRekuUnfuexk% A
;fkk [kyq eqf;ZPNUnksfi rnFkZ% AA 5AA
r iz.kok[;a fpks /;kurs es A
vJkUra je.kk[;ka foHkzn~Hkkrq efnke~ AA 6AA
vk/kkjs /k`rewya gknkZCts rokle~ A
khkkZCtk; og|RikfnfU;kDR;S AA 7AA
ka r=k ijkP;ka ;sgHkzedkfj A
vko`ka rq iqu;ZRLokReSD;kuqHkok; AA 8AA
i;}k fok;kS?ka foJkUra ;nqrkgks A
eqDR;S lafLFkreUro`Z;SD;kuqHkosu AA 9AA
vkReT;ksfrfjna es fcHkzk.ka je.kk[;e~ A
vJkUra LQqjrkkPNq)a gknZljksts AA 10AA
;hike.kk[;k}ka xk.kirhkq A
ok.khfHkfkkq /kks xhrkfp=kfoykle~ AA 11AA
;)fUr PNfotkySjKkuka frfejkf.k A
rkoa LQqjrk}Lrkj/;kulek/kkS AA 12AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

;krk;krfogkjSjk/kkjskq p khksZ A
lkja fon/kkua fdkkskfolkfj AA 13AA
vkyEcsu foghua O;ksekHka ifjiw.kZe~ A
fu%kCna xq#:ia r LiqjrkUes AA 14AA
Kkua Hkkfr ijks{ka ;koJo.ksu A
;RlkR;fokskks gsrq% L;knijks{ks AA 15AA
;fkUrk fLFkjeqDR;S czSre.kk[;e~ A
ekeko`R; leUrknkuUns fun/kkrq AA 16AA
rkjkuUnfu;q% izhR;k rL; ersu A
vk/kkhxHkhja okflks xq#xhre~ AA 17AA

nkea ;ksxlkjxhre~
fufkr;k f/k;k fn fuHkkyue~ A
HkqouHkwirsHkZoukks/kue~ AA 1AA
ngjekua fon/kra tue~ A
cgqylEena u;fr /kh% ine~ AA 2AA
vgfefr Le`rsozZt tfuLFkye~ A
HkodFkkuoa xyfr rsf[kye~ AA 3AA


futfoyksfdra ;fn fuHkkY;rs A

fok;lfrk Do uq foHkkO;rs AA 4AA
u;u;;ksxZxueUrje~ A
leoyksd;u~ Hkt foHkqa ije~ AA 5AA
fok;otZukf}kf;f.k fLFkjs A
ldyfl);ks ;rf/k;% djs AA 6AA
jluuhjxs eufl lUrre~ A
djxra lq[ka Hkofr fufre~ AA 7AA
xe; eLrdkRoqyx`gkuye~ A
vorjfko Le`frfena Roye~ AA 8AA
Lej.klikk oqyx`gs fk[kh A
Toyfr ;L; l f{kfrrys e[kh AA 9AA
;fn kkh osRoqyfkf[kfRokk A
ve`rr% kea oztfr uLr`kk AA 10AA
pyrea eu% izkeesfr u% A
Lej.k;q;k flr;k=k;k AA 11AA
futfpfrLe`fr;Zfn u foP;qrk A
Hkofr ;ksfxrk lqyHklkf/krk AA 12AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

nkkrPNnfLFkreuk% lnk A
vuqHkosUegksegnnks eqnk AA 13AA
Hkofr fufrks ;fn prqiFks A
egfl yh;rs /k`rtxRdFks AA 14AA
vf; fofpUr; Looiq#kje~ A
okfera Hkosko egkje~ AA 15AA
ijek;s LooiqjI;Zrke~ A
vf; fden~Hkqra Hkofr ;rke~ AA 16AA
dj.kkffoRfrkq jktrs A
xeukffofrkq kksHkrs AA 17AA
Jo.kkffoPNfrkq u L[kysr~ A
euukffoUefrkq uks irsr~ AA 18AA
vrqyflf)nkfug i`FkfXo/kku~ A
eqfuojksH;/kkfnfr ri% iFkku~ AA 19AA
cgqy;ksfxokFkurkse`re~ A
vuqHko{kea rfnnekre~ AA 20AA

xhrekyk lekk


mhI;r~ fdj.ka fp=ka A
dkekjsj.ka Hkw;kk% AA 1AA
lR;% dksfi fkoks fuR;% ikyf;rk A
e/;s ;ks txrka l /;s;% lrre~ AA 2AA
ukLR;srL; oiqoZLR;s Dokfi u l% A
eR;kHkkf.k cq/kS% lR;k/kkjine~ AA 3AA
ma lw{erea }s/kSoa ijee~ A
:ia :ir;k d p LFkkur;k AA 4AA
lks.kq% L;kn.kqrks /kkrSkka txrke~ A
rPNfeZgrks foKs;k egrh AA 5AA
xRok frfr uk ;RLoa gknZine~ A
vxzkL; foHkksLrL; /;kufene~ AA 6AA
vkRekua txrka jktkua firje~ A
vkpk; p eqgq% lk;kfe gje~ AA 7AA
nhI;Ura fnfo ra yksos loZHkqte~ A
Hkwrska iz.kqeks ek;kdkUrete~ AA 8AA



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

n`;s foruqa ikjs fuoZiqke~ A

xk;ke% ijea HkKkuiqke~ AA 9AA
vkS rs ruo% =kkrofene~
oDR;srn~Hkors ekgkRE;a fokne~ AA 10AA
losZkka txrka ekrk nsouqrk A
bZkku f=kxq.kk ek;k rs nf;rk AA 11AA
kDR;klkS Hkqoua l`k ikrqfene~ A
gSea fnO;oiqtZxzkgkHk;ne~ AA 12AA
lw{ea L;knxq.ka gSea L; A
nsoL;kfnfoHkksjsoa }s oiqkh AA 13AA
Hkkkkek=koiq% iwo L;knoiq% A
vU;n~cqf)erka /;kuxzkoiq% AA 14AA
fcHkzn~Hkkfr txRlkezkT;a xxus A
gSekslkS iq#k% fl)kuka Hkqous AA 15AA
bUks osnfonka Hkkkk;ka lij% A
ukFkLrU=kfonka O;kgkjskq gj% AA 16AA
izR;q.kkakqr;k rUok fcfEcr;k A
izR;.Ma izHkqrka /kks lksn~Hkqr;k AA 17AA



vHksz jktfr ;ks fcHkzk.kks Hkqoue~ A

kqHkzkxs p foHkq% lHkzkft.kq;kk% AA 18AA
xkSjks;a xxus kqDy% kqHkzuxs A
,os;a rq fHknk ek;k:irk AA 19AA
#% kqDyfxjkofxokZ l iqeku~ A
bZkks O;ksfe ylfkUks ok lqegku~ AA 20AA
gSea Hkwrirs kqDya ok fko rs A
:ia ;% Lejfr izkKks;a t;fr AA 21AA
vHkzs ;s e#r% kqHkzs HkwHk`fr rs A
Dyskkuka neuk bZkku izeFkk% AA 22AA
nklksga e#r% ikrkjks txr% A
Hkwrk ok Hkorka Lrksrk ikirke~ AA 23AA
ik;kUekefHkrfLrUra rifl A
fcHkzk.k% l fko% dk#.;a eufl AA 24AA
xkrkja xk;=kSeqZoqyS% A
bZkks ;ks t;rkRloSZkfi cyS% AA 25AA

AA bfr JhHkxoUegkje.kkUrsokfluks okflL; ujlglwuks&

xZ.kirs% fr% fkoxhra leke~ AA


Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

je.keqfufoeyrjpj.ks Hkt euqt
uenf[kyujfudjkj.ks lqefofk[k&
lejijn;engj.ks ;fn oqrqde/kquk rs AA 1AA
je.keqfu--vfukefi fouenfyofyrs Hkt euqt
uuq eufl uotyt yfyrs fofo/kdfo&
tuoputfVy#fpdfyrs fxfjfk[kjef.kHkwrAs A 2AA
je.keqfu--fujfrk;fuf[kylq[kfuy;s fourtu&
Hkj.k/k`rdude;oy;s Hkotyf/k&
rj.kfof/krjyfn oy;s cgqefgeleqirs s AA 3AA
je.keqfu--tuue`frjfgrtufouqrs dfydyqk&
tudefi n;feg euqrs ijelq[k&
ijofkrinfufgrfours ee foftrtytkrs AA 4AA
je.keqfu--leka je.kxhre~



vdkedkZu% Lo kkZ%
voqf.Brxfr;ZnPNf/k k.kk
vf[kyuk;oa e[kHkqtka oje~
vxzs flrdjks e/;s fnudj%
vnlsfor Hkfootr
vtj oko~ irfRo;ef; Rof;
vtkrk=kq% lsukuh
vfrnqjkkjfu;qrs kq
vrho <rka forh;Z euls
vrho ljyk izdkkcgqyk
vrqyflf)nkfug i`FkfXo/kku~
vRoa olku% huke~
v=k txnhk Roa Toyuukek
v=k tuuh rs Hkwfejfriwrk
v=k oloLrs ok;ql[k gLrs
v=k lkjhjs ewyfkf[k:ih
v=k fn jktu~ jktfl ujk.kke~
vFkok HkxofkjkfrLRoe~
v ,djkMw/oZ%
v/;{kijks;a lk{kkfno okn%
vuo|% lEHk`rkks
vfukefi fouenfyofyrs
vuqxzgrs lnkI;fHkeq[kh
vUrcZfgjfi O;kks txfnne~

14] 21


Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

vUr;Z cfgo/kwrfrfeje~
vkkfu kkukS tqRonfjk%
vU;ize`fnra Loa nskeforqe~
vijhr% kkGikn~
vfi fu d#.kL; ekule~
vHk;ojor% ik.;ks&
vfHkusrk LikgZjk/kk%
vfHkerk;s foQyrkferk
vHk`frrqEcq#izHk`frxhr rs
vHkzs ;s e#r% kqHkzs HkwHk`fr rs
vHkzs jktfr ;ks fcHkzk.kks Hkqoue~
vHkzs fopjUra HkkUra fuunUre~
ve=kks fe=k vkdk;%
vejjkt es f=keyokj.ks
veR;Z% Lok;q/kksk=kq&
ve`re;w[ka eqoqVeu?kZe~
vEc ikfg eka nEHkrkifl
vEcjkf.k gfjnEcjknge~
vEc laLrqrs tEHkoSfj.kk
v;efrekS% dfjfHkjt;e~
v;ef/kukFkks Hkofr cyL;
v;fegkfJrks Hk;gjsU rs
vf; fofpUr; Looiq#kje~
v#.k/kfj=kh/kj gj nwuke~
v#)xeuk fokkyu;uk
v/k lqjfxfj/kuq kks nSoe~
vo;krk nqeZrhuke~
vO;k|r ,rn~&
vO;; ek/ko vUrfootr
v kkg~Gksjhg~G vknrkZ
vkS rs ruo% =kkrofene~
vlkofi euL;ikj;klk
vfl Hkqfo Hko gO;kkh
vfl flrkSys gj grxk=kh

25] 127
24] 127
16] 27
14] 21
15] 22

vlqjf/kfi.Ma rfVnf/kHkwre~
vlq#fpi|kHkwra nSoe~
vfLr djekyh dksfi fnfo jktk
vLekdekoqya ikiS%
vfLe ro nkL;s lj enkL;s
vfLe u leFkksZ ;Kef; drqZe~
vL; ukelgL;
vgfrfoR;;ks fojfpr~
vgeFk Lros rreuksos
vgfefr Le`rsozZt tfuLFkye~
vgfe ;ksUrjLreeya fn
vgjgksEc rs jgfl fpUr;k


vkdkkx`gk.kkekRekfl lqjk.kke~
vkdkkkeyxk=ka nSoe~
vkE; ldya HkkUra cgqQye~
vkReT;ksfrfjna es
vkRek p tudks jktk p txrke~
vkRekua txrka jktkua firje~
vkRekueqrkgks rkra [kpjk.kke~
vkRek e#rka Roa oSjI;fl xhr%
vkRek e#rka Roa xhr% i` kn%
vkReSo yksd% ldyksegh;k&
vkfnukfj rs iknite~
vk/kkjs [kyq ;fLeu~
vk/kkjs /k`rewye~
vkeU=; xkSjheq[kxU/kokg&
vkrZtui{ka j{kddVk{ke~
vkyEcsu foghua O;ksekHka ifjiw.kZe~
vkfy ; ih;w ke;w[kjs[kke~
vkfo; foHkks eke~

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Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

vkkjukku vkfnfootr
vk;fr Hkkuqa izkrjkuk;


brh;a lfrukZeke~
bna lgfeUL;
bUa izHktUrkesrkLruqe/;k%
bUL; f% ljrkfnrks u%
bUks nsoreksuhG%
bUks fot;rs nso%
bUks osnfonka Hkk kk;ka lij%
b;ef[kykH;ks cgqrjyhyk
b kqgLr b kka nkrk
bg ro efg kh/ksu&q


bZjlkqr bZfrHk;kig


ma lw{erea }s/kSoa ijee~
mxzrjukna nhrjHkkle~
mxzefi n{ka HkklqjdVk{ke~
mxzks xksik mxzckgq&
mhI;r~ fdj.ka fp=ka
mkrekul mkinizn
migq% dYeyhdh
mekoiq% lkSjHkeqfjUrks

23] 125
15] 21
23] 125

mtksZ ukfkr kk=kol;
m/o Hkkfl fgj.e;kldy&




_fXe;ksokZ jkspekuks
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_rfoyksdus foruqrkye~
_rstk% l{kf.k% lksE;%
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rdlepr dkf{krnk;d




,dee`r Roka izkrjfi lk;e~
,oSd bu% L;kr~
,dksgO;% luknk#&
,dks jl% loZjlkuqHkwrkS
,oa oD=keqekoklfojg%
,d% l frl.kkeLFkwyruwuke~
,rk% dohukef/kiL; iwrk%
,rkfu fooqoZu~ Hkwrkfu l ikd%
,oa xq.kokknsdL; cgqrk
, k gRok fukkVkuke~

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Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%



vkskjkEcqt oudygald
vkskjkFkZeqikfnkks Hkxors


vkSkR;kJ; lafJrikyd


dFk;rka eu% dFkexkspje~
dFk;k fut;k dyq ka gjrk
dU;k khrfxjsfj;a lqyfyrS&
dcfyra euLro foHkks nk
deykoHk deyfoykspu
dj.kkffoRfr kq jktrs
dj.ks loZlkS[;kuke~
djkjfoUns fxfjkL; [ksyu~
drkZ p txrka /krkZ nef;rk
drkZ Hkqoukuka HkrkZfi p grkZ
drq dkO;kfu uO;kfu
drq Hkqoua okXHkrq HkoHkkrs
drq Lojrhna Hkrq izfoHkkfr
dfork fujoqkr;k izorZrs
du nf{k.ku;ua HkrqZ&
dkpu #fpLrs HkxZlqr iwrk
dkuk{keq .kjfetky;k
dkefojksf/k dy=ka nSoe~
dk#/kk;k% dfoo`/k%
dk;Zf=kdesrRdrq cgoks uks
dkyks;eukfn% lw;kZnfi iwoZ% A

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d ?kks ka oq# ks }kfj
fdfnLR;/kjs h.kke~
d uq layifl kSydU;;k
d uq lqrknh d nqfjr[kknh
d ;kxSjfrnk#.ksu rilk
oq.Myhiqjhe.Mua eg%
.okosros osrqe~
.k tuknZu .k tuknZu
osfp|ksxfonka iqj%lj bfr
osoya kk i; js.kqos
osoya inks% lsodksfLe rs
os kkfRl fgj.e;ks efrerke~
dks es iq=k% dk es tk;k
dks;a iq=k% os;a tk;k
dkSykpkfj kq ek|Soe~
kURok txfnna lo fLFkjpje~

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{kikokUdkSfkd% dkjh
f{kfrn;s ok foylfr fuR;%
{ks=ks {ks=ks cgqkksfUoe~
{ekosZ UnqifrH;% f=kH;% iq# ksH;%


[ksyR[kxox rkjklqefp=ke~
[ks ok;qeuUra #a fuunUre~
[;krkferoh;ksZ /kwrkf[kyoSjh



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

x.kifrdfouk jfpra Lrks=ke~
x.kifrif.Mrjfpra Lrks=ke~
x.kifrlsfor xq.kx.klkxj
xRok frfr uk
xe; eLrdkRoqyx`gkuye~
xk.kirexs% loZtu|e~
xkrkja xk;=kSeqZoqyS%
xk;r Lrqrkf;/oekJ;/oeqkea
xk;=keu?kLrks=ka x.kirs%
fxjfeekega f=knkHkwirs
xhrk% dfojktk
xwrZJok foxwrksZ
xksik;fl foe~
xkSjks;a xxus

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?kfVdkioZrokfl u`osljh
?kq ;kfl #ks nhI;kfl k%
?k` .okstk vfork/khuke~


% izR;soa u ;Fkk okD;s


p{kqeZe fko% Jks=ka ee fko%

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prqjs.k pysfU;fuxzg.ks
pRokfj oiwfa k izkgweuZq ;Lrs
pUcq/u kZf.kizk&
pj.keEc rs pjrq es fn
pj.keEc rs ;ks fu ksors
pj.kkxrkUijelkfRodku khu~
pyrea eu% izkeesfr u%
pkydeous% kDR;k nSoe~
fpjknfot;a lnkfi lHk;e~
pksnizo`)ks foL;




txn;esrRizHkofr HkrqZe~
txnga ij% LQqjfr es =k;e~
txnsrnukjra ipUre~
tBja le;s ifjiwj;rk
tuuoska ej.koske~
tu;fUr f;eso
tufu oq.Myhiqjfuokflfu
tUeLFkkueokI; xqegeks
t;fr dL; okxeynkZuk
t;fr fooLoku~ nkkr/kkek
t;fr o`=kftTt;fr otzoku~
t;rq kxk t;rq HkkLorh
tyk kHks ktks Hkwfj&
tkx`fotZxrks jktk



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

tkukfe e#ou~
ft .kqLrLFkq k bZkku
tSfefueq[;k% deZQya Roke~
tSfefueq[;k% deZJkSre~
T;sjktks thjnkuq&
T;sks tukuka o` kHkks
T;ksfrfjg lw{eTokyefrnhe~


KkRok roelk
Kkua Hkkfr ijks{ke~
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ra x.kir ;ks foLejfr yksos
ra nkkrk{ka khrydVk{ke~
ra iq# kehMs LrqR;{ke~
ra iq djxq.ka xk;Urq cgo%
ra O;ksepjk.kka thoa ioekue~
rfRdy izHkofr f{krs&
r=k cyeqxza k=kqengkfj
r=k ojy{eh% lUrrekwU;k
roelhfr O;kfrokP;&
rookfnu% lokkfyfu
rolewgknqifj ylUre~
r iz.kok[;a
ru;jksnua Jo.kkkfyfu
rker okpks nSoreqnkje~
rjyrkj;k tytnh?kZ;k
ro ikdjLrofo/kkS jes
ro xjyor% d.Bk&
ro xq.kkfnoa HkqouukFk es
ro p eekfi p HksnkHkkoe~
ro ruqToZyR;u?k fo|qrk
ro eU=keqnh{krs eusnpye~
ro Lej.krks fokq)eufl
rL; txnFksZ loZefi dk;Ze~
rL; ojHkklk lUofr kh kZe~
rL; kfjfjyksdnq%lgk
rL; Lojkt% lgta prq oa
rL;So xxus izk.kL; pjr%
rkja enukj izk.ka ioekue~
rkj% ldyfoTT;ksfr forre~
rkj% l xxus u Roso e#rke~
rkjkuUnfu;q% izhR;k rL; ersu
rkjklqefp=ka [ksyR[kxtkye~

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Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

rkjk;oiq% kEHkksjHk;ne~
frfejkf.k u osoya opksfHk%
rqfokq eLrqfo|qe&
rq cgqfokka LokjkMfu;kke~
rs oU;rea ;r~ dk;Zfkzdgsreq ~
rs ofi fnoks HkwukFk ro n{kk%
rksnLr#=kLrfo kh
f=knkikFkoa n; okloe~
f=k kqtkrfLrXek`ks
=khf.k ;% inkU;t%
RoRinetkukI;t ifo=ke~
RoRinljksts ;L; fn Hkf%
Ronqinskrks xyfr lafonk
Roetj e#rkekRek
Rof; gsy;srjerkuq;kf;fHk&
Roa [kyq e?kksuks /kwrlqtukr%
Roa ipudkjh HkkL;qnjHkk.Ms
Roka regeFk ;% Lejfr fuR;e~
Roka izp{krs ln;ohf{krs
Roka Hktfr xk<izhfrjfrkLrk
Rokef; HktUrs HkDR;frk;su
Rokekg l jSDo% laoxZeuUre~
Ros ku`E.kLRos klao~

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nalukokfUno% laezkM~
n{kk;ks nL;qgk/k` .kq%
nEifrfogkj% khrkfk[k.Ms


nkjFkuUnu nkjFkuUnu
nkkrPNnfLFkreuk% lnk
nkkri=ks nkeq[kk=kks
ngjekua fon/kra tue~
nkukFkZelwuka izkf{kfrjk%
nklksga e#r% ikrkjks txr%
fnO;ks f}cgkZ% lkk;Z%
fnkRifrrksga eUns ujo`Uns
nhrjdhy Roa Hktfl gO;e~
nhks fnfo jfoo|qRlqjiFks
nhI;Ura fnfo ra yksos loZHkqte~
nwja ;kfg oqokn /keZo k rs
nqfjrfolkjizrefl yksos
;L; ijLrkkxq.kefLr
;s foruqa ikjs fuoZiq ke~
fnkufoeq[ksu d Ro;k
fokrLrs izsQy/kkjk
k lk Hkqoua l`k kkLrqfene~
ka r=k ijkP;ka ;sgHkzedkfj
ns;kffo knka /kk=kh ifrjye~
nsoa egsUa incU/kqiki&
nso izfrfcEchHkw; izfr lw;Ze~
nso Hkofl Roa offjg yksos
nsoel{ka ikoudVk{ke~
nso ojnkxs Roa Hko eeke~
nsokuka Js bZkkuks
nsoh kffj;a kks%
nsoksfl cyL; izk.kksL;f[kyL;
nsfg futrst% fdjtuk;
nsfg HkxoUes lEineqnkjke~
k{kkekf{kifr f{k.kksfr e/kquks
}kouykkS ikejtukuke~

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Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

/ R;trk
/krkZ /kukuka /kkr.kke~
/krkZ lqrkuka grkZ nqfjrkuke~
/kesZ ukkeqikxrs f=kHkqous
/kkrk Hkqoukuka usrk f=knkkuke~
/k`f onZeuw kLrol&
/;k;fr lnkUr;ksZxzHkqtesre~
/kzqoLe`fr/kjs ef; Lrqfrdjs


u d#.kk xq.kLro fonka irs
u dksfi eulks xq.k% lqtuik
u Roa ;fn jks)k o`=k% ifjHkw;
u i;fr fxjka foyklerqye~
u i;fr riks u i;fr
uerkefrHkferka fuf/kuk
ujdkekuke;feg jktk
ujikwfuekugfe rkM;u~
ujeuksjek% dfoirsfjek%
ujlqjnSR;kfUorefi uwue~
uO;ks fu/kkrk u`e.kk%
ukoa Roej{k% ikoa ;qf/k ftRok
uk=k ukEu% ikSu#DR;e~
uknkUrfoHkkL;a osnkUrjgL;e~
ukU;kfu fdy Rowik.;f[kykfu
ukHksRL; bea psn~ o`=ka fnfo ohje~
uke rq jkesR;eyfena rs
ukekes kka NkUnlRokr~


ukjk;.k ek/ko osko
ukfLr oiqLrs ukfLr rok[;k
ukfLr kj.ka es dksI;ofui`s
ukLR;srL; oiqoZLR;s Dokfi u l%
futfpfrLe`fr;Zfn u foP;qrk
futfoyksfdra ;fn fuHkkY;rs
futfo k;ija foka fkopj.kija fpke~
fuR;a p HkqouO;kikjjfld%
fuR;a Lojfr ;ks O;kI;kHkzef[kye~
fuR;k/ox drq JkUrs ifjgkje~
fuR;ksfi yflrks yhykFkZoiq kk
fues?kekuks u;kZik%
fuxq.Z k fu dy fuR; fujtu
futrtjk/k funZfyrjksxe~
futR; leLrku~ Hkkokufi ft .kks
fufkr;k f/k;k fn fuHkkyue~
fu%ks kkfHk% lfgre~
u`p{kk% lgqfj% Loor~
usrk ee fkokrk ee fko%
uks osoyeosZ fi.Ms kq p rkr%

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87] 96
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iDolqrkfn ;=k lfofp=k%
ifiz% izpsrk% ifjHkw%
ijnsfkuso /koysu okll%
ijeikous Lofo k;kous
ijefonqLRoka ikodeoukS
ijek;s LooiqjI;Zrke~
ijesj ojif{koqysj
ifjtuks HkokE;f; egsU rs
ifj.khfrx`gs egskiw.ksZ



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

ifjrks O;ksfe fujkfr nSoe~

i; nso lnsreHkZde~
i;}k fo k;kS?ke~
ikd% izHkqjso izk.kka fodrqZe~
ikrk Hkqoukuka /krkZ txrka u%
ikrk Hkqoukuka /kkrk p fo/kkrk
ikirfr[kknh ;=k l ikoku~
iki nwjferks ;kfg
ik;kUekefHkrfLrUra rifl
ikjs l foxq.kks yksos=k lxq.k%
ikFkofoHkwfrLRoa ipudkjh
ikod ;nkL;s Hkkfl euqtkuke~
ikod olqLRoa Tokykrekyh
ikoudVk{kS% lake; ikie~
ik kk.klkso fouSo cks/ke~
ikfg f=knkkukehkku kkk%
ikfg eq ok iknite~
ikfg ok ikqirs tghfg ok
fi.Ms izfrfcEchHkwra iq#gwre~
ihBef/k:<a ewyljlhte~
iq=kekReu% iq.;dhrZus
iqjftr bZMa foylfr xqO;kZe~
iq#n=k% fir`re% iq#{kqHkwZfjxq% if.k%
iq#u`E.k% ioZrsk%
iq#izkLr% iq#r~
iq#kkd% iktU;%
i`ruk kkM~ ckgqk/khZ
i`fFkO;k o` kHk% iz%
iks kfo/kkus khra nSoe~
izdYi% lokuka osrq&
izKkeq kla rka Ka pkftrlw;eZ ~


izfrHk;s xns izfrHkVs iVkS
izfr:i% ijksek=k%
izfronsuZ es ojn nklrke~
izR;q .kkakqr;k rUok fcfEcr;k
iznqturk enks)frrs
izHkhefg kks Hkheks
izHkqfeg lUr% izfr[kxxksye~
iz;T;q% ikod% iw kk
izfjDok izfno% iwO;Z%
izljrkfnr% kqHkfoyksfdre~
izfl)fr u pskfnU
izko~ lxZrks fu dy ,d vklhr~
izk.ka iz.koa p T;ksfr folkfj
izk.ka iziL; lehjehMs
izk.keqkgkj nSR;o{klks fonkfjrk&
izkf.kfr Hkork i;fr Hkork
izhR;k olqerh o`kkfu e?kok

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Qkyfoykspu itlEHko&


cU/kqHkqZoukuka lw;ZLrrdhr%
cyfjiqiwftr cyftrnkuo
cgoksorjk foylUrq e/kqe~
cgqkrpsVhlfgra nSoe~
cgq krs{k.ka Hkqoulkf{
fcHkzn~Hkkfr txRlkezkT;a xxus
czfiz;ks cztwrks
czkxq.ka xE;rea pdkfLr
czkgqjf; Roka feF;kRof; usne~

24] 126


Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

Hkfjfldkuka ikirfr[kknh
HkDR;k ro iq.;e~
Hkrjewr Hkredhre~
Hkjr/kfj=k Hkqouu`iky%
Hkotyfu/k xkga xkge~
Hkofr fufrks ;fn prq iFks
Hko fu ksforks ee lqHkk k;k
HkoHk;ukku Hktufiz;
HkoHkhdjokfjfu/k rjrk
HkO;a foz;k}ks HkoekSfyj&
HkkX;ef[kykuka nso ro gLrs
Hkkrks xuukxs;kZr% iouL;
Hkkuqjfi nsoks yksdlqns k%
Hkkjra u osoya prq%leqeqfra
Hkko% lukspsnlrks efr% dk
Hkkosu l izkf.kfr ukfuysu
Hkk kkek=koiq% iwo L;knoiq%
HkklqjdVk{kSHkkZl;rq ee~
HkkLdjfoEcs nha nSoe~
HkkL;qnjHkk.Ms Hkkfl oqyoq.Ms
Hkqoua >jS% dfri;Sjko`.okuk
HkqouHkwirsHkZxor% rs
Hkwroa ro kSytkRoefi rs
HkwfjdekZ Hkjsq&
Hkwfjefgek<a lUeqfufHkjhMe~
Hkw ksUnqj[s kkfdj.kSoHkS&
Hkksk fno% iDr`re% i`fFkO;k

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eydVk{kS% lk/k; eese~
e?kors kphn;gkfj.ks
e.Mye/;s ;k;ksfr&
enL; jktk lkseL; ihRoh&
q ke`pka ifjp;h o` kk
e/kqjeEc rs pj.kite~
eulk ifjdfYirkfu lUrLro
euqa ro fnoks eghk tirke~
eU=ksH;% lEHk`ra lkje~
eUFkur vklhns k bg ;Ks
eUnjkf/kkfj.ks egsUdk;Zdkfj.ks
ee eyekruksrq HkkLor~
eekfHkyf kra izfl/;rq u ok
eLroSroa oLrq kkre~ A
egkohjks egkozkrks egk;% izefreZgh
egkgLrh x.kifr&
efgekufeU ro Hkkf krqa o;e~
eka pj.kHkkta ikigjukek
ekrkfLr;kuka o` kHkks
ek;k dfYirfenef[kya rs
ekLrq osrua fNkeLros
ekgkRE;a ro oq d% ikqirs
fe=k oq# Hk fo;qojkts
fe=ka ee fkoks cU/kqeZe fko%
eq[kj;u~ fnkks uqfrjoSuZoS%
eqns lrka oSjocU/kqekSfy&
eqgqjfi yksys f{kfrlqjkhys
ewya rilka Roa nsokfl _ kh.kke~
e`nqn;kuka lkSE;a nSoe~

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Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

es;% fkoloksZ xksykRedyksd%

es;% l p ukd% LoYiks ujyksd%
es kks egho`UeUnkuks
eksnL; Hkklks u foukuqHkwfre~

16] 26

;a ro cykjs iko;fr f%
;% izKkue;ks ;ekgqjtje~
;fkUrk fLFkjeqDR;S
;Ka tq kk.kks ;trks
;Ko`)ks ;fK;kuke~
;r~ Liqj.keUr% LoL; /kqrikie~
;frukef/kisu oqkkxzylu~
;Riwo Jqfrikjnkf/k k.kks
;=k ro foZtz/kj |k
;=k ro iw.kkZ fjfrHkk
;fn u tuuh LrU;a n|k&
;fn fuocU/kinoh egkxqgk
;fn kkh osRoqyfkf[kfRo kk
;hike.kk[;k}ka xk.kirh kq
;)fUr PNfotkySjKkuka frfejkf.k
;)kusu HkofUr LokRekuUnfuexk%
;|I;f[kykukekRek xq#jhk%
;|I;f; fnO;ks xqLro os k%
;ksfnfr fo;sksuojre~
;kxq.kks ;% lxq.k nsoks
;fLeUeu% iFka ;krs
;L; i# kkn~egkl&
;L; Lejkijk/kknqfT>rfus
;L;k/kZef[kya O;kL; Hkqoue~
;kpd% inljkstfdjks
;kpd% lqrks HktuehfIlre~
;krk;krfogkjSjk/kkjs kq p kh ksZ

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;kuk;k=k u osfduka oqyifr%
;kUra ioekua HkkUra e?kokue~
;s fxfjkukek ;s p gfjukek
;ksxfon vkgq% kh kZjl/kkjke~
;ks Hkkfr kq)ks txr% ijLrkr~
;kstqZua Hkqtkcysu futxk; nqtZ;e~

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je.k tfUeukef; Hkoku~ xq#%
jluuhjxs eufl lUrre~
jkdkkfkdhr ikdklqjk=kqe~
jkT;k; rUoUHkqous kq ke~
jkejesj jko.kenZu
#a fonqjsos usrcZgqyhye~
#% kqDyfxjkofxokZ l iqeku~
#% l fuunu~ jktaRl e?kok
#f/kjkZeftueals ifjrkskfu
:ikf.k foHkks rs Hkw;kafl rrkfu

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y{e.klsfor ey y{k.k&
y{ehifrl[;k ;kofoyksde~
yTtkHkkoks yfyra nSoe~
ylnyr cgqxq.kkfUorke~
yhykukjhos ka nSoe~
yksdkfrxa cz onfUr kq)a
yksos fLFkfrHkktka ;ks ?kuewr%

16] 26

otz/kjdhyh Hkkfr Hkqfo ikrk



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

otzizgj.ka foL;

otzL; HkrkZ ok;kZ.kke~
otzgLrp kZ.khuke~
oUnk#turk eUnkjfoVih
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o:rk e/kquks jktk
ojs.;ks forwokZr&
olr oq# ks ?kfVdkfoje`
oLrqLo:ia ije% izdkkks
okD;o`Rlqr% firq%
okpef/kfrTT;ksfrjfi HkkSee~
okpk uO;fonke/;{k% lij%
okfp ee fnO;ka /ksfg fut/kkVhe~
okftus;ks oktlfu& ee fko% izk.kks ee fko%
okrLro ohfpo|qko dk;e~
okrksL;f/kHkwra kksL;f/knSoe~
okj.keq[kks es okj;rq de~
okfyfoukku okfjf/kcU/ku
foE; fo/kqUoUokaRlejs kq
foxzks foHkh k.kks of&
fopf;ks otzckgq&
fofpUr;fkokHksna Jhjkeujlg;ks%
forUrlk;ks oktkuka
fon/kkrq Hkeiokj;Ro?ke~
foiztwrks foizreks
foHkwr|qEu vkpf&
fojIkh ohfGrks foizks
fokngflrs iw.kkZ
fofiz;esoa izk.ka iou Roke~
foL; funkua fokfrxekue~
fokujks fo:iks
fokfu pfoLek&


fokjEHka fo .kksukZek &
fok kkM~ol
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fooksidkjk; foHkksunskk&
fo k;otZukf} kf;f.k fLFkjs
ohjsMfi xqgkokL;so lrre~
oh;sZ ldya Rososj uwue~
o`kh% ifjHkw; Hkzs fopjUre~
o`=kef; Hk`UnkqRl`tfl uhje~
o`)ksfi ;qod% fl)ksfi jfld%
o` kizHkekZ fokfu fo}kuknnjLrok%
o ktwfroZ kjFkks o kHkkkks o krq%
osnpksjekkja foeF; lkseoa iqjk
osnkfneukn rkja iz.kok[;e~
osnkUrs ;s fufrer;%
os/kk% lq/kUok f{kizs kq&
oSHkokkyh nhf/kfrekyh
oSjkX;a ro fokeLrq d#.kke~
ozrSuZ fofo/kSuZ iwtukrS&
O;DrsrjkCnkkSo iz.koksU;%
O;kks fnfo lrf}fjrqy%

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kffjfrukek ;s cgqy/kkek
kDR;klkS Hkqoua l`k ikrqfene~
k% kqHkfokka y{ehefu;kke~
kjdhkr futukeke`r&
krewfr% k/kZuhfr%
kEHkks% osks oiq kk osu
kfo% kol% iq=k%
kkkf.k fon/kksdL; pyus
khruxtk;k% lwuqjfr|ke~
kqkS ;Fkk ok jtrL; cks/kks



Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

kqks kkg~Gks ;Klk/k&

kq)Lo:is u jlkUrjk.kke~
kwj% fkizh lgksfr%
kSys kSys fogjSoe~
Jo.kkffoPNf r kq u L[kysr~
fJ;ekruksrq lqre~


kM~x.q kef.Mr kM~nks kkig


ldycq/kkS?ks foQyfo/kkus
l rq kq gksrk foize[q koklh
l[kk equhuka tfunk%
l kZ.kokkktR;ye;e~
lPNfjHkkf.k izk.k% ijeL;
lrka efrerka ;fnU u;ue~
l rqfgujksfp%kdydeLrs
lkk p lUoke;eqra psn~&
lkk foHkk uknijk u dkfpr~
lR;a nqowya ifjnsfg okf.k
lR;a on egkohj
lR;% dksfi fkoks
lR;kq e% lR;lRok
lRoklqfkiz% lq{k=k%
ln; lnkfkoiwftriknqd
lnyfr;q;k lqdkUR;k
l}kidk izk.ka dFk;fUr
leUrqukek iq#/k
lezkV~ i`fFkO;k vkstLoku~
leoyEcrs ro inkEcqte~

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lEeksgukfo`Z=kL; rq fuk
loZ=k folkfj T;ksfrLrfVnk[;e~
loZn tuks;a okNfr u eqfe~
loZleRoa loZfgrRoe~
loZL; p drkZ loZL; p /krkZ
loZL; p us=kh loSZjfi ekU;k
loZL; txrks /kkus p u;us
lokZ fnkLrs O;ksesj gLrs
losZ kka txrka ekrk nsouqrk
loksZkekph dkUrklgpj%
lo Hkorkga i{ks.k t;kfu
lfJ;eqnkjka Jhn;gkjh
lafona fonqLRokfena izlq
lafy ;Uizr jtksx.q ke;he~
lalkjsfLeu~ fuxZrlkjs
laLrqrks u p n/kkfl lEene~
lgekuks es/kifr%
lgpsrk% lqeuk%
lkf{k.kef{kf.k fuyk
lk{kh fujku% i{kh u`ruq kq
lhrkdkfefkg Hkhrkuke~
lq{kerea es dfgeHkkuks
lqrjka lqyHkks eks{k%
lq/kk?kVks/kj% h.kke~
lqizHk f/k;k Roka O;kef[kykfu
lqczk LFkfoj% lwj%
lqjifrfjrjks u
lw{eks fojktkf[kyL; jktk
lw{eks fo kf;f.k LFkwy fo k;s
lw{ea L;knxq.ka gSea L;
lw=ka fonqjsos lqyksdeuUre~

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Lrks=kxzUFkekyk & r`rh;ks Hkkx%

lw;ZL; Hkklk izrikHkLrks

lw;kZfnxzgHkklka ;Uewya ?kurst%
lsodikrdkeua nSoe~
lks.kq% L;kn.kqrks /kkrS kka txrke~
lksea ihRok iqa nSoe~
lksga tkrks je.kHkxou~
lkSja e.MyeqTToya ro ri%
LrqfrjlkS yln~ cgq n;kjle~
Lrw;Urka lqn% losZ loZfon%
Lrks=ks Lrks=ks e/kqja nSoe~
LFkkrk lpsrk% lfno% lqnalk% lqJoLre%
LFkwyk% izdkk jl kCn%
LiM~fogk;k% LeRiqjfU/k&
Lejftrks ;Fkk fkjfl tkoh
Lej.kli kk oqyx`gs fk[kh
Lej.ks ro lyfUr
LejRlq fodlRLoeks?kpfyre~
Lodh;n;a leiZ;fr rs
LoL; fn :ia Rokeuy yksos
LofHkf% lRifr% lR;&
fLo|fUr rs dUnqdosfylk&
Losna gjkHkoa x.kkuke~

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gj Hkjr{ektuojnwre~
grkZ nqfjrkuka /krkZ txrka u%
g kZinz etks o kZRodyq ke~
gfLreq[k ;kps xk<jlHkDR;k
gfLronuks uk l Roef/knSoe~
gk ru; gk lqrs gk fiz;s
fgRok ekulkkyke~

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fgj.;o.kksZ g;Zks
n;a ;}khokuka uks
n; rs.kqu% leqfprks.kquk
fno ujk.kka flruxuke
gSea Hkwrirs kqoa ok fko rs

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