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Cintāmaṇiṁ parityajya kācamaṇigrahaṇa nyāyaḥ (giving up touch-stone and taking a gem)A man gives up wish-fulfilling stone, and takes up some less valuable gem-stone.The transcendental Goloka plane is labeled as cintāmaṇi-dhāma. Cintāmaṇi-prakara-sad…
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Oct 15
Kasya Das (Henrich Horvath) posted a blog post
Candracandrikā nyāyaḥ (glare of the moon)The lustruous glare of the Moon is inseparable from the body of the Moon itself.yasya prabhā prabhavato jagad-aṇḍa-koṭikoṭiṣvaśeṣa-vasudhādi vibhūti-bhinnamtad brahma niṣkalam anantam aśeṣa-bhūtaṁgovindam ādi…
Oct 12
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Ghaṭapradīpā nyāyaḥ (lamp in a pot)A light of the lamp is confined by the boundaries of the pot walls.Light is often compered to knowledge, because as light dispels gross darkness, transcendental knowledge dispels darkness of ignorance. We have a ce…
Oct 9
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Ghaṭṭakuṭīprabhāta nyāyaḥ (toll-collector's booth)One night a traveler was traversing a road on which was a toll point. Because he was niggardly-minded, he wanted to escape the tax payment by making detour. Thus he walked throughout the whole night.…
Oct 5
Kasya Das (Henrich Horvath) posted a blog post
Guḍanimba nyāyaḥ (molasses with Neem)A sick child is given bitter Neem leaves with sweet molasses, to be able to accept the medicine. Small child does not have sufficient knowledge about curing its disease. When sick, it needs to take bitter medicin…
Oct 2
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Gardabharomagaṇana nyāyaḥ (counting fur of donkey)A man, out of sheer curiosity, counts the hairs on the body of the donkey.A man may count all the hairs on animal body, all the send grains in the beach or all the atoms in the creation, still it doe…
Sep 29
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Äkāśamuṣṭihanana nyāyaḥ (striking sky with fist)​A man was threatening to strike the sky with his fist, because he was angry at it. But sky remained calm and silent as always, leaving the angry man bellow. Atheists are proud of their meager powers,…
Sep 25
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Asnehadīpana nyāyaḥ (lamp without an oil)​A gorgeous golden lamp was purchased by a self-complacent poser. He spent all his money for that just to show off, so much so that he had no money left to buy an oil to light a flame in it. The only reason f…
Sep 23
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Aṇḍa kukkuṭa nyāyaḥ (hen and her eggs)​Farmer hypothesized that inside his hen must be large amount of eggs, because she lays eggs daily. He decided to cut her open, and take all the eggs at once.Due to greed of a man, the man actually loses. This c…
Sep 21
Kasya Das (Henrich Horvath) posted a blog post
Alpasya hetorbahuhātumicchanniti nyāyaḥ (huge effort to gain a trifle)One overworks to get transient results.It is not very sensible to work hard for a little profit. But it so happens everywhere. The human form is very rare to achieve. It is a gold…
Sep 18
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​Andhasyaivāndha lagnasya nyāyaḥ (association with the blind)If one associates with a blind person, he is sure to develop same blindness.This is particularly the case of persons blind in the subject matters of morality, wisdom, culture, spiritual kn…
Sep 12
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Anyadbhuktam anyadvāntamiti nyāyaḥ (eating one thing, vomiting other)​There is a category of people, who as if do not hear when asked. In fear of losing their reputation, whatever insignificant it might be, mostly answer in evasive and illogical man…
Sep 5
Kasya Das (Henrich Horvath) posted a blog post
Ajā kṛpāṇaka nyāyaḥ (goat and knife) A goat came across the sacrificial knife, and considered it a good tool to scratch her neck on its sharp edge. The result was that she cut her throat, and bled to death. There is a saying, “Curiosity killed the c…
Aug 31
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Ahi nir-lvayanī nyāyaḥ (cast off serpent's slough) After a serpent strips off its skin, he disregards it even though once it was part of his body. In the same way, an intelligent man sees a difference between his own self and the material body he po…
Aug 28
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Ahibhuk kaivarta nyāyaḥ (Ahibhuk and boatman) A man named Ahibhuk wanted to cross a river. He got aboard a boat on which there were a plenty of passengers. Ahibhuk thought for himself that if there are so many persons on the boat that it would be no…
Aug 27
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