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An Appeal
Dear Friends,

Jagath Guru Sri Adi Shankaracharya composed Bhaja Govindam, which is


one of the minor musical compositions, teaches us that NaamaSmarana and
refuge in the Lotus feet of the Lotus eyed Lord is the only tool available with
us to cross the ocean of Samsara. Swami Sri Vidyaprakasanda, the great Guru
from Sukabramhasram, Sri Kalahasti, gave an excellent commentary on
Bhajagovindam. Based on these works, I am presenting before you, my work
in Telugu, explaining the meaning in small verses.

I gave the full rights on this book to publish and sell to Sukabramhasram, Sri
Kalahasti. But for the benefit of those away from India, I made an ecopy of
this book. Please down load and read. If you like this work and found it
useful, kindly send not less than 5 $’s to Sukabhramha Ashram to the
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excellent service to our community:

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May God bless you.

Ramakntha Rao Chakalkonda, All Enquiries: Email: SVSwamiSongs@gmail.com

Sri Venkataramaniyamu Welfare Society.


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Commentary in English
Dear Friends,

It is my great please to put forward you, Bhajagovindam, one of the Great works of THE
GREAT SAINT ADI SANKARA. Swami Sri Vidyaprakasanda, the great Guru from
Sukabramhasram, Sri Kalahasti, gave an excellent commentary on Bhajagovindam. Based
on these works, I am presenting before you, my work in Telugu, explaining the meaning in
small verses, which are suitable for singing, in a plain simple Telugu language. I thought
this kind of work is necessary, so that the meaning of the great saint’s song in Sanskrit can
be understood by everybody. If it is in Telugu in a very simple language every body can
understand and sing for them selves and follow the great Saints teaching in their daily
walks of live.

Due to a small incident, happened recently I was terribly upset for a few days, as words are
more powerful weapons than swords to inflict injuries. When you do something for the
pleasure of everybody and get critical comments about it from people, who does not have
an idea what that work was, you naturally get upset. I was praying Lord Sri Venkataswara to
give me peace of mind, and Swami Sri Venkataswara bestowed me the boon, HE gave me
Bhajagovindam into my hands. It worked like a peace medicine for my heart, to heal the
mental injury.

Bhajagovindam explains us the very truth of Human life, its vanity and emptiness, at the
same time it stresses the need for Human beings to best utilize their time, while living in
the material world. It tells us that we should lead the life in such a way, just like a water
drop on a lotus leaf, just look attached, but always mentally detached to the worldly things,
and always lead a spiritual live. As lawyers, doctors, professionals, rulers and ruled,
teachers, professors, occupying much bigger positions, we feel that we are very great, and
tend to forget so many important things. The reason is all our education, intelligence,
knowledge gets covered by Maya and we fall in the worldly affairs so deep that we forget
our very existence and origin. Adding fuel to fire, the mental weaknesses like pride, anger,
jealous, intolerance, short temper, make us behave like animals, forgetting our identity.

Bhajagovindam, is that beckon of light, that can show us the way, to over come such
weaknesses. I must thank that Great person, who indirectly was responsible, to take up this
small work of mine. I pray all GOD’s to help me to complete this work, successfully. I
request all readers to excuse me for any of my mistakes I committed in this.

Ramakantha Rao Chakalakonda


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Introduction

To make the sole to fly to heavenly heights, it needs two divine wings - devotion and
knowledge. Both are equally important for a smooth flight. That is why Sri Adi Sankara,
though did volumes of work in the field of Knowledge ( GNANA), had written so many
devotional Slokas. He stressed the need of Bhakati, for the sole, to reach the Almighty.
Bhajagovindam stresses the need for Bhakati and prayer, and equally well on importance of
GNANA.

Human life is some thing very rare and very holy. It gives us an opportunity to raise to
heavenly heights, with our GNANA, prayer and devotion. All living things on earth, may it
be animals, birds, wild creatures, that are living in forests, water or on the earth or under
the earth, or in a sophisticated human society, they all do the same things, like eating,
drinking, sleeping, enjoyment, reproduction. If all the living things, including man, do the
same thing, without any difference, through out the life, then what is the difference
between a human life and life of an animal ? At least animals look to be better than
humans in some respects. They do not kill others, except for food or when threatened. But
human being has degraded several steps below the animals and other creatures. With his
selfishness, false prestige, greed, ambition for power, position and money, he always does
so many bad things, which even animals don’t do. If we see the pages of human history, to
achieve what he wanted, he has done, doing so many crimes on all other creatures
including on his fellow human beings. The objective of Bhajagovindam is to explain the
vanity of life and make the human life more sacred by cleaning the mind from the dirt of
bad habits, and thoughts.

One day Sri Adi Sankara was walking on the streets of Kasi, asking for Bhiksha. They
found near a home, one old Brahmin, so old that he may die at any time, was studying a
Sanskrit grammar book called DUKRUNKARINI, and trying to mug it up. Seeing the
situation HE was shocked and got pity on the old man, he wanted to correct him and put
him on the right spiritual path and gave a lesson in the form of BHAJAGOVINDAM, he
told a few verses to teach him and his students ( we call them Sisya’s hence forth) a few
more verses to the old man.

He says “ Bhaja Govindam, Bhaja Govindam, Govindam Bhaja, Mudha Mate,


Samprapte Sannhite kale, Nahi Nahi Rakshate, Dukrunkarini” Hey! Old man Listen to
me, Pray God Sri Vishnu, that is GOVINDA, don’t waste your time like a fool, when you
are in your last few days of your life, just when death about to invade you, this Grammar
book DUKRUNKARINI is not going to help you from the jaws of death.

For persons, of this modern life, like us, this teaching equally applies. So friends,
understand the meaning of the great ACHARYA’s teaching and remember it always, what
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ever you are doing, and follow what he said. Make your life spiritual, peaceful, successful,
and pave the way to attain MOKSHA, the ultimate abode of spirituality..

I humbly take the responsibility of all the mistakes that are there in this small work, they
are all mine, please pardon me for my ignorance, and what ever great things you find here,
they are due to the great saints, SRI ADI SANKARA, and SRI VIDYA PRAKASA. What
ever little I understood, what ever little I know, and what ever I could write, ( though there
is so much to write), that much only, I have written, please accept this with your kind
heart.

The references or examples given here are totally impersonal and does not directly or
indirectly refer to any individual or group.

With high regards,

Ramakantha Rao Chakalakonda Cincinnati, Ohio, USA


Dated : June 24, 2005
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Meaning of Each Slokam


1. Oh poor sole! old Brahmin ! don’t be foolish. Don’t waste your time in reading this
grammar book, DUKRUNKARINI, when your life is going to be over, when death
knock’s your door, this book what you are reading, is not going to help you Pray
lord Sri GOVINDA, take HIS name and sing, that is going to help you through out
your life, at the time of your death and after death. For that matter, not any worldly
education is going to help us, that may be helpful to the extent of making our lively
hood, but not beyond. Where as spiritual education is going to help you through
out live and even in death. Spirituality makes a person, perfect, make him realize
the importance of his life, how one should plan it, how he should live, what he
should do, and what he should not. That is what is called GNANA, when one gets
GNANA, his thinking towards live changes totally, he realizes the vanity of life, its
emptiness. He realizes that the worldly comforts and pleasures are temporary and
momentary, where as spiritual comforts are ever lasting. That makes him a perfect
man, and such people become examples to others, One who acquires GNANA is
well equipped with all the power, now if he prays LORD OF THE UNIVERSE, he
obviously realizes that VISWA TATWA and easily attains the abode of happiness..
So don’t waste time in the world matters and take spiritual education, pray LORD
GOVINDA, once you surrender HE will help you, through life and death. Every
body on this earth, who is born, must die, nobody can escape death, but that death
becomes an easy task for us, when we attain BHAKTI and GNANA, We get
mentally prepared for death, spirituality makes us bold to face death. Then death is
not any more a devil, it is a relief, we can get rid of all kinds of problems, of body
and mind, and we can attain MOKASHAM, (Birth-less-ness) once we fall on the
lotus feat of GOVINDA. So dear friends, take the name of GOVINDA, the
universal lord, and take his SARANAM ( Refuge), he will give us relief from all
problems of BHAVASAGARAM, the day to day life related problems.

What ever money we have, what ever great assets we have, what kind of house or
palace we live, and the amount of assets like currency, Gold, diamonds, etc, the
power and position, the worldly knowledge, how many friends, servants, relatives,
we have, none of these are going to help us in the last minutes of death, except
surrender on the feet of LORD GOVINDA. So, soon take up the path of
spirituality.

2. Dear friend! Don’t waste your valuable time for earning money, what ever money
you acquire, it is going to be waste, you are not going to carry with you even a single
coin, when you die. The money you earn either with your hard work, or what ever
way, good or bad, is not going to be carried with you, after death. What you carry
with you is the fruits of good works you do either for society, fellow humans or
service to GOD. First of all where there is an end for earning money, the more you
earn, the more you want it, so you must put an end to your desire, other wise your
thrust of money is not going to stop. So get complacent, target your self to earn that
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much only, that is good enough to live, sufficient for your family, your self and to
show charity. What happened to the richest fellows on earth lived so far, did not
they die, did they carry any thing with them, after death is there anybody bothered
about them ? People do not even remember their names, where as see those people,
who sacrificed their lives for others, and serviced GOD. Their names are eternal on
earth, as long as Sun and Moon shine on earth. The more the money, the more the
problems, so be more intelligent, spend your time for service of GOD and in
prayer, not for earning material assets.

3. Dear friend! When you see a beautiful women, don’t get attracted with her beauty
and get mad and lusty. What ever you think that are very attractive, they are
nothing but flesh, blood, fat and bones, covered under skin. When age increases,
deceases catch the body, all these become nothing but loosely hanging skin and
broken bones. The body is made of the five elements, water, earthy, sky, air and
fire. The body one day becomes useless and has to be mixed back in to these five
elements. So understand the bodily pleasures are not ultimate, there is divine
please and happiness, please try to acquire that to be ever happy. As an individual,
member of a society and citizen of a country, you should be very clear with one
point that the womanly attraction is most dangerous, you would have seen the
history, so many wars were fought and so much destruction was done to human
society due to woman’s attraction. All that is not worth. So concentrate your mind
on divine things and keep your mind, body and soul away from these attractions.

4. Dear friend, life is very small, man may die at any time, because of age, decease or
accident. It is like a water bubble which may explode any moment, it is like a water
drop on lotus petal, which may skid any moment. The GOD of death, may catch
our neck at any moment. The world is full of miseries, and to cross the ocean of life
( BHAVASAGARA) is very tedious. To make this journey very easy and simple,
that there is only one solution, the lotus feet of GOD. So surrender to LORD and
make your life’s journey easy towards heaven.

5. Dear friend! As long as you have earning power and earning money, everybody
respects you. Your wife, children and relatives show a lot of importance to you. But
the moment you stop earning you lose all your respect, they just stop caring you.
On the contrary they may even show disrespect or they may even insult you. When
you are in power and position, your subordinates, servants, colleagues respect you,
for the fear of you that you may harm them, or to get benefits from you. Once you
are down the power, nobody cares you. At the time you feel insulted, lost and
horrified, at that time nobody will be on your side, except GOD, so think of GOD
right now and pray him every moment, so that you are prepared mentally to take
up any situation.
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6. Dear friend ! As long as you are alive, your relatives, friends, and wife and children,
enquire you about your state, they show a lot of interest in you, but the moment
you are dead, they weep once or a few days and then forget about you. Nobody
even remember you latter. When your dead body is lying on floor, nobody wants to
touch it, even your wife gets worried to approach the dead body, because of fear.
The body is made of the five elements, earth, sky, water, fire and air. When dead it
becomes so much decade that it starts smelling, so everybody wants to get rid of it
as soon as possible, lest they should get any decease. So the body has to get mixed
again with those five elements. So the physical body is useless and perishable, the
only thing that is eternal is sole, so make your sole purified and try to achieve the
lotus feet of GOD where there is perfect tranquility and eternity.

7. Dear friend! see the irony of having more money, your life is in danger and
becomes peace less. By legal or illegal means you earned lots of money, now the
problem is protecting it, you have fear of thieves, rulers.. They may even kill you to
steal the money. Why dacoits, think of your own children, friends and relatives,
there is even danger from them also.. As long as they have money interest with you,
or as long as they believe that you are useful to them monetarily they respect you,
once they feel you are useless to them they ditch you. Where as GOD, he is with
you all the time, whether you are poor or rich, you get the acme of peace in his
service, so pray GOD and achieve happiness, which the material comforts and
people cannot give you.

8. Dear friend! See the pity, how you are wasting your time, in all the four stages of
your life cycle! When you are a child because of ignorance you were more attracted
with play and pass time. When young you are after woman, then after marriage you
are after money and family matters. Finally when you get old, your mind is
preoccupied with the matters like, how to protect your money, your children’s
feature etc. Also at that time your age and weakness, decease bring you more head
aches. Then also you do not think of GOD, finally when death invades you, in that
last moment you may be in a position of thinking of GOD or not, even if you think
of HIM, there is no use, better start praying GOD right now, irrespective of age,
what ever is your profession, caste, creed or community, what ever you are engaged
in, always in your mind think of GOD and pray him, that is the only one that can
save you.

9. Dear friend! Think for a moment, who are you, what are these relations, what is the
relation between your wife and you before marriage, what relation you have with
your children before birth, same logic applies to your parents, and others, it means
these relations are temporary in the dimension of time, they hold good for some
time, and cease to exist after a period. The whole world is a stage, we are actors,
playing different roles, involved deeply in our action. Come out of this plane of
MAYA ( Cloud of ignorance) and think, you will find that what ever role you are
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playing is false and untrue. So get rid of your mind with the cloud of MAYA ( the
attracting power), then you are clear of facts and truth, that is the first step in
acquiring divine Knowledge (GNANA) and one step toward the ALL MIGHTY!

10. Dear friend! Company plays a major role and it influences your mind and sole. If
you are in bad company you acquire bad habits, if you are in good company good
habits, you have to better choose good company for your own good. If you are in
the company of HARI DASA’s (Servants of GOD), saints and good teachers
(GURU’s), you can learn things very easily, you don’t have to re-invent the wheel,
what ever they learnt, they will pass on this knowledge to you and you can easily
acquire that. Especially the need of a good teacher is very important for spiritual
matters. Dear friend acquire the friendship and company of devotional people and
acquire spiritual knowledge, peace, good habits. If you are in a good company, the
first benefit you get is, you get detached with the worldly matters, and you get
attached to divine things, if you reach that stage then you are very close to GOD.

11. Dear friend! When you are young, energetic then if you have control over mind
and get detached to worldly things, then we can say you are like a saint, very strong
minded, but when you are old and have no energy, if you lose interest in worldly
attractions, what is great! When there is full water, then only we call it a tank, but
where there is no a drop of water, where is tank it self? So friend, get detached from
the worldly things right from beginning. So get realization, when you have assets
everybody comes to you to enjoy them, they all leave you alone, just like frogs leave
the tank when it is dry. So with self realization, make self analysis, this makes you
understand what are bad things in you, wash them off and become a pure sole,
eligible for divine prayer.

12. Dear friend! Those that have worldly knowledge, beauty, strength, money, power,
position and mob behind them, get proud and head strong, they think that they are
very great and insult others, they do so many atrocities on human society, but all
these great assets what they have are temporary, one day they lose them. That one
day can be any day, any time. Then they become Zero from Hero. So don’t get
proud of them, the only strength that is real, eternal is GOD’s strength, acquire it
with your spiritual knowledge. When you acquire that you will be sailing in the
ocean of tranquility and happiness.

13. Dear friend! Life is very short, don’t waste time. Start prayer right now, don’t post
phone prayer, thinking that I will start tomorrow, that tomorrow never comes. Day
comes and day goes, night comes, and night goes. Like this days, months, years go
waste, but that tomorrow never comes, so start today it self, if you have to do some
thing tomorrow, start today, if you have to do some thing today, do it right away, in
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one moment there could be total universal destruction, then you can not utter even
once the name of GOD, so without waste of time, start your prayer right away.

14. Like this, Swami Sankara gave his devine lessons to the old Brahman in twelve
verses, and in the end last three, rest of the lessons were preached by swami’s
students ( SISHYA’s). These twelve stanza’s are good enough to clear the cloud of
ignorance and MAYA from our minds, these are essence of all teachings in all the
philosophical books. Those who understand, realize and practice the meaning of
these twelve stanza’s will acquire Knowledge and can detach their mind from
worldly things and can get self realization. That in turn generates peace, happiness
and BRAMHANDAM and finally MOKSHAM.

15. This lesson was taught by Sri Padmapadchrya. He said, dear friend! Why are you
bothered about any worldly matters. GOD is very kind, HE created us, and also
created food for us, so HE will defiantly feed your family and you, don’t worry
about them. Stop worrying and start praying. So listen to Great GURU’s words and
acquire peace, leave your worries to sky, and get self realization. Start praying GOD
and that will sail you happily on the world of ocean.

16. This lesson was taught by Swami Totakacharya. He said, dear friend! For pure
spirituality and Bhakti, what is required is a pure determined mind, not a dress.
The person in the dress of a saint, with long hair, and saffon dress, does not make
an ignorant ( person who lacks divine knowledge – AGNANI) a YOGI, realized
person ( GNANI). If mind is not clear from the weaknesses, as anger, greed,
ambition, envy , attraction towards worldly things, just because he is wearing a
saint’s dress, make him eligible for ultimate detachment and acquiring salvation (
MUKTI and MOKSHAM). That dress only may be helpful for him to deceive
others and get some monitory benefits and livelihood but not useful for getting
MOKSHAM.

17. This lesson was taught by Sri Hastamalakacharya, he said, dear friend! The change
should come mentally, not physically. If head is gray and body is old, then also, the
mind will be immersed with worldly attractions, then what is the use ? As long as
ignorance ( AGNANAMU) and attraction ( MOHAM) does not go away from
mind, nobody can get peace of mind, stability and concentration, if you don’t have
these, you cannot sit and pray even for a minute, so clear your mind of all wrong
thoughts and attractions, then the way of practice ( Moksha Margamu) is very clear
to you, you will know by your self, the way you have to proceed and way you have
to do things, in the path of acquiring salvation.

18. The next lesson was taught by Sri Subhodacharya, he said, dear friend! The main
secrete of acquiring salvation is getting detached with bad habits, thoughts and bad
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practices, not detaching worldly physical things. Even if you sit in a forest, if your
mind is still not stable and gets attracted with the desires of human life, then what
is the use. Whether you sit under a tree in forest, or in a comfortable chair in a
palace, if your mind is not attached to any, that is what is most important, you
should attach your self with the lotus feet of LORD, then you can acquire any
thing, peace of mind, tranquility and salvation. If Japa Mala is moving in your
hand, and your tongue is moving and chanting the name of LORD, and your mind
is moving through out the world, with worldly thoughts, then what is the use, that
is not a prayer at all. With a concentrated mind, if you pray even a moment that is
good enough.

19. The next lesson was from Sri Sureswaracharya, he said, dear friend! Even if you dip
your self in river ganges thousand times a day and routine spiritual activities like
prayer, Bhajan, vratam, danam and mundane spiritual works, it does not help, until
you acquire GNANAM ( self realization), they help you once you acquire
knowledge, they are only a means not the ultimate goal. No routine prayers or
practices help you, until that point, where your mind is clear from ignorance and
MOHAM, the cloud of worldly desires. Once the cloud of MOHAM is cleared,
your mind will shine like sun with knowledge, then you can see the right spiritual
path.

20. The next lesson was taught by Sri NityanandaCharya, he said, dear Friend! With a
fresh mind, away from thoughts and worldly attractions, and with concentration, if
you pray Lord, and lead a simple life in divine thoughts, and detach your self from
all the worldly things, then the ultimate stage of devotion, the MOKSHAM will be
in your hands. You acquire the bliss of tranquility, the PARAMANDAM..

21. The next lesson was taught by Sri Aynandagiri Acharya, he said, hey friend! If your
mind is filled with thoughts of Lord, and if you spend all your time in his prayers,
what ever life you are leading, whether in mist of worldly pleasures, or in a jungle,
weather you are a Yogi or not, whether you are in the company of saints or not, it
does not matter. Your mind is then always happy, complacent and detached from
sorrow and sadness. You will be smiling enjoying the thoughts of Lord in your
mind. In such a condition, what ever physical life you lead, engaged in any activity,
you will be leading a detached life. You will be sailing in the river of worldly
matters, just like a wood will be sailing in the river, floating along with the waters,
irrespective of what is there on the shore.

22. The next lesson was taught by Sri Druda Bhakta Charya, he said, dear Friend! If
you read a small verse in Bhagavat Geetha, and take a holy dip in river Ganages,
and pray God at least once, then that is good enough to acquire MOKSHAM the
salvation, provided you do that with sincerity, devotion, dedication and
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concentration and fully involved. Your mind, word and thought should coincide in
doing that, then you got MOKSHAM.

23. The next lesson was taught by Sri Nityanada charya, he said, we are in a journey
which is endless, this cycle is going for ever. We take birth, lead a life, fully involved
in the worldly matters, eat, drink, work, reproduce, become old and deceased and
die, without achieving anything spiritually, and again go back to birth. Like that
how many times do you spend time in mother’s womb ? Is there any end ? If you
want to come out of this vicious circle, there is only one way, immediately take the
refuge in the lotus feet of Lord, then it will give you protection, HE will take you
away from this to eternity.

24. The next lesson was taught by Sri YoganandaCharya. He said, dear Friend, a man
who acquires self realization, is least bothered about the world, how he lives, and
how he leads his life, what dress he wears, what food he eats, for the world he looks
like a mad man, but he is in his own world, where he will be in the service and
prayers of LORD, full of happiness and joy. He is not bothered, how others look at
him, what they think and say about him, he is in his blissful world of tranquility
and eternal pleasure.

25. The next lesson was taught by Surendracharya, he said, dear friend! Take life in the
right sense. Who is mother and who is father? Who are brothers and sisters ? who
are all these persons, what is your relation with them ? we are all sprits, you should
take your relation with them as sprit to sprit. If you see them with the bodily
relation, then you feel attracted back in to the cloud of MAYA. Then again it leads
to sorrow, sadness and all those worldly problems.So understand your role and play
your role sensibly, don’t get much involved,. Do your duty and leave things to Lord.
The life is like a dream. What ever you do in a dream is not true. Similarly life is
like a dream, don’t take it seriously. The one you have to take serious and get
involved is the devotion and service to Lord.

26. The next lesson was taught by Sri Medha Thidi Acharya, he said, dear friend! The
whole world is made of GOD, he is present in everything, right from a small ant,
bacteria, to a big elephant, both mobile and immobile things, visible and invisible,
both with senses and without senses, living in air, water and on earth in different
forms as birds, fishes, amphibians, animals and humans. In every sprit, he is
present as PARAMATMA ( The Supreme sole), all creatures are his forms. In that
case why do you harm and hurt with words and weapons others, why do you inflict
mental and physical injuries on others. Why do you have feelings of anger, envy on
others, they are all forms of GOD, like you, so if you do any harm to others, it
means you are doing it to your self. So don’t scold others, don’t hurt others, don’t
do any damage to others, if you do any thing like that , it means your are still
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immature and incomplete in GNANA. It means you did not wash away all your
bad habits. So get rid of such bad things and develop equality. Show equal behavior
to everybody, love everybody, and treat them kindly, this is an excellent step you
have taken in your spiritual path.

27. The next lesson was taught by Sri Bharati Vamsa Charyulu, he said, dear Friend,
you don’t have any external enemies, all your enemies are in your mind. There are
six enemies to everybody, they are called with the team name Ayrishadvarga, their
individual names are Kama ( desire), Krodha ( anger), Lobha ( greediness),
Moha(mad attraction), Mada ( recklessness ), Matyarya (envy). These are all good
friends and relatives, if you make friendship with one, others will become your
friends automatically and then you will be in their trap. Once you are in their hold,
you do all bad things, and you will become week enough that you lose control over
them. The only way to come out of their influence, is by surrender to GOD, that
will make you knowledgeable to control them, wash the mud of sins from your
mind, with your spiritual hard work, then you are a pure sole, traveling in the path
of spirituality.

28. The next lesson was taught by Sri Sumatha Charya, he said, dear friend! The
essence of all Vedas, sastras, purana’s and all spiritual books is in one place, that is
BHAGAVAT GITA, read Bhagavat Gita. Similarly the essence of all Mantras,
Tantras, spiritual and yogic practices is in the form of Vishnu Sahasra Namam, so
read these regularly, three times daily, and keep their teachings always in mind.
Don’t get attracted by worldly things, keep LORD’s image in your mind, pray him
always, be kind to fellow human beings, server poor, deceased and old and help
depressed. While doing your daily duty, lead a spiritual life, then ultimately you will
lead your self to Moksham.

29. The next lesson was taught by Swami Sri Sankara himself, he said, Hey Brahmin!!
Be kind towards all, love everybody, treat your friend, enemy, brothers, servants,
children, for that matter anybody with kindness, reverence, and love, don’t show
enemity with anybody, as everybody is mirror images of Lord, if you are angry with
anybody, you are angry with your self.

30. Rest of all the slokas follow, were taught by Sri Adi Sankara. Hey Brahmin! The
worldly desires are unending, they come one after other in succession, if you satisfy
one, the next one is ready waiting to be satisfied, so there is no point in satisfying
worldly desires, except to control them. Desires all like snakes, they bite our life,
they lead us to displeasure, decease, and unhappiness. The comforts and happiness
from them are limited and small and momentary. So control your desires.
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31. Hey Brahmin! Control your mind, develop concentration and practice breath
control (Pranayamam), start AYSTANGA MARGAMU, the eight yogic practices,
divert your mind from worldly things into spiritual things, then you acquire
ultimate pleasure, happiness and comfort, it relieves all your mental, physical and
worldly pains. Then with that tranquil mind you can acquire SAMADHI STITI,
the ultimate yogic stage, where you can do your prayers undisturbed.

32. Dear Friend, life is very short, spiritual knowledge is like a ocean, one life is not
enough to acquire it, so the best way to acquire knowledge as much as possible in a
limited time, is taking the help of a good spiritual teacher, acquire the lotus feet of
knowledgeable spiritual teacher, learn from him, he will lead you go GOVINDA.
Keep away from worldly pleasures, keep mind concentrated on GURU’s teachings,
then you can reach the feet of LORD.

33. Like this Sri Adi Sankara and his students taught the old brhmin, spiritual lessons,
and the old man listened to their sayings, understood them and followed them in
rest of his life, leading to spirituality and ultimately acquired salvation. We also
should do this, and should make our lives useful, peaceful, joyful, thoughtful,
meaningful and become example to others to build a great spiritual human Society.

Blessing to all of you from the two great saints ADI SANKARA and Swami Vidya Prakasa,
whose lives were like roses, that attracted everybody and made the human garden smell
with their essence of Viragya, Gnana, Bhakti and Prapatti. Let us all thank them and follow
the path showed by them.

Let peace and happiness prevail every where. SRIMAN NARAYANARPANAM!

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