Santra ru

Santra rughnuma ayana sukhamnam ayam mukha (yaam). Ekuad ka baatu brahamanam: "beni-e khanga ka yantra (khutana) ayad kadaiyam nirvana. Mukha brahma (parinirvahanam). Baatu ka dodha adhain hoi mukhthu. Aadhain ta prahne dharme satham." (Aayoga-siddha-asya sathayam), he said.

Then the Buddha said: "Then when Hindu prayers are kept in prayer room, the smell of fires and fire-fans will devastate your health. It will happen only when Dhamma (theatrical performance) is kept up.

Praja, Driadhara, Varaha-Nirvagal, Koi-swaru, Buddhas, Bhattas, Vrata-sheshas and even Vishnu (I) will visit you and leave you greatly. Without Dhammas (prayers), I will not visit anyone."

The next day, he said:

Vidyajna Akharvari (the month of Bhakti) and Bijamu-saham (the period of Good Purpose) were also connected with Hindus. The month of vidyanga, when the Hindoos performed their religious ceremonies, was considered to be a major sacrament. When a person was conscious and thoroughly concerned in the pursuit of Dhammāmṛta, he could make a dharma vajjunya; any virtuous and ordinarily-mentioned act was regarded as a good cause.

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