Friday, April 29, 2016

Praise (praśaṃsā): A Translation of a Passage from the Nama Ghosa



praśasā

bedara bihita yata, āche dharmma sasārata
sawe harināmara kikara .
hena jāni yiojane, nāmara kīrttana kare
sehise parama sādhu nara .. 103

Praise (
praśasā)

Ordained by the Vedas, all duties (dharma) that exist in the world;
all are the servants of Hari's name.
Knowing this, the one who, [forsaking these
dharmas,] does the singing of the Name—
that one, only, is
parama sadhu, the supreme saintly person. 103

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