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DNYANANJAN SHALAKA

  • ß׾  ֟ ׾ֵ֕ ֯ |

  • ן ߮ ִ ֮ , ן ߮ ִ ִԬ֮ |

  • ӵִ ײ֮ ִע י ׾֯ע ֟ |

  • ƴן , ׾ ֟ |

  • ֮ ֜ , ָ֮֯ ֜ , ֟ ֤ |

  • ֮ , ֮ |

  • ֜ ֛ , |

  • |

  • ֮ ֮, ֟ ֟ ֮ |

  • ֮ ֮֯ |

  • ߾֮ ָ ֮ Ԯ , ׾֕Ԯ |

  • ֮ ֿ, ֮ Ο ָ ֿ ָ |

  • ָ ׻ֵ , þֵ ׻֋ ξ֮֓ |

  • á ׯ֔ ֻ ޛ, á ו ߔ ׮ |

  • ߾֮ ݮ , ָ ֿ |

  • ײ֮ ֮֮ ֜, ײ֮ ֵ֓ ֮ ִ֮ |

  • ֲ ֮ ָ ֮ ߾֮ ֮־ |

  • ֮ ֛ ִ֗, ֛ ֛ |

  • Ο ֮ δ ׾ |

  • ֯õ ߾֮ ֲ ֛ |

  • ߾֮ ִ ֱ , ֣ |

  • ׾ֵ׳ֻ ָ ֮ ߜ , ߓ ֮

  • ׿ָָ ֜ Ɵ , ߓ ֜ ָӳ |

  • ֯ ֟ |

  • ׾ָ ָ ™ ׾ָ |

  • ,֮ |

  • ׾ָ Ӭ ָ ־ š ָ |

  • 㬤 ׯε ? ֮!ֲ ֮µ ׯε |

  • ƙ֮ Ɵ ? ֮֟ ƙֆ|

  • ֮ ָ ֮ ƴ ִ |

  • þ֮֬߮֯ ֮ ֮, ָ֬߮֟ |

  • ֬ ֮֬ , ֮֬ |

  • ֮ ֮ ָ ֮µ ׻ ֮֟

  • ӓ׮ ֕ ָ ֕ ֮ ֟

  • ֮֯ ֙ Ɵ ֙ |

  • ֯ ֛ Ƹ ߴ֟ ָ Ӵ֟ Ƌ

  • ־ ׻־֙ ִ פ־֙ |

  • ֵ ׻֋ ׬ ֮ ֮ ׬ ־ֿ |

  • ֤ ־֮ ֤ ֻ|

  • ׾ ָ ֮֓ ׾ ߟ |

  • ӟ: פ þָ þָ |

  • ֟ ӿ ӿ֮ߵ֟ |

  • ֟ ֟ ו֤|

  • ָָָ Ծ ִ֗,ָ |

  • γ γ ֮ δ |

  • δָ ָ ָ ꛟ|

  • ־ֿ ֵ֟ ֵ֟ 滵 |

  • s סֻ׾ֵ֕ sƴ ֟ ׾ֵ֕

  • ֛ ֛ ֛ ֮ ֛ ֟ ײ֟ֆ |

  • ߾֮ ׻ ֮Ӥ ׻|

  • ֵ֟ ֮ ָ ָ , פֳֻ ׮֟|

  • ָ ֮ ָ ֿ֟֯,ߓ :֮֟ |

  • ֻ ֟ ן , ֟ |

  • ו֮֟ ָ , ׬ ָ γ דӟ֮ |

  • ָ֓ ,ו Ƹ ֮ ֌ פ֟ |

  • ֮֓ , -Ƥ ֙|

  • ֮ ֛, ׾־ |

  • ֟ ֓ֆ,߮ ָ ֓|

  • ƻ ә , ױ ֙ |

  • Ƹ |

  • ƴ ׮ ׻֋ Ƌ|

  • ֤ ֚֮ ֤ Ի 㤟 ָ |

  • ׿־ֹ ߾֮ ֹ֟ Ɠ֮  |

  • ׮ þ֯ ִ֕ , ꛮ þָ֕ |

  • ֻ ߯ Ƹ פ |

  • ־֮ ן ִ ,ָ |

  • ָ ׿֟ þֵ Ӭ ֮ ָ |

  • ״֟ ,״֟ ƕ ߟָ |

  • ꛟ , ꛟ |

  • ֮ ֮ ֣ ֮ ׮ |

  • ָ ֮ ָ֯ ,ӟָ ֟ Ʈ ֮֬ |

  • ߾֮ ݮ , ׻֯֙ ֆ ֻ |

  • ״ֻ ֬ ߟ .|

  • ֮ ֮ |

  • ֡ פ ֻ֮ ֮ Ӭ֯ ֤ |

  • ֕ Ӥ ֛ ֕ |

  • ֮ ֮ ˚ ׸ ִ |

  • ֳ ֟ , ָ֤֓ |

  • ֯ 韵 Ӭָ ֮ ָ Թ ִ |

  • ֤ Ɵ ־ ָ߲ ֟ ,֓ ָ߲ |

  • ֮ ן ֮֜ ֵ֟ |

  • ֟ Ɵ ִ ׾ֻֿ,֣ 段 |


    ֤ ־֮

    ( ֮־ ֢֟ ׾ߟ ֟֟ ִ ޵ ξ - ֟ ־֮ )


  • ׮֮֟

    ֟: ™: ֮™ ן ֳ Σ:|

    ã֟ ן ֟: ã׵֤֮֮֟ ןִ || 1||

    ãֵߟ ִ֡ ֵ֟ ׾ִ֟|

    긯׬ Ʈ ֮ ִ֮֟ ||2||

    ֿ פ ֿ׮ ã֟ׯ ׾ֵ׿ָ|

    þֵ ֕ß֣ õ֮׌: ןָ֣ ||3||

    ָ־֯ ֟ ֵָ֟:|

    ֵõ֮֟ ֱ ֵ ||4||


    ׮֮֟


  • ֮ ־, ™™ ־ ֿ ־־ ָ֬ ָ ߾ӓ ׸֙ߓ . ãָ ֓ ƻ ߟ,֋ ֮֟ ֵ- ׮֟ ֤֯׾ֵ ׾ָ֓ (֮) .

  • ָָ ߾֮ ֳָ י Ӿ ׮׿֟֯ ִ֕֟ ԟ ™ Ի ֓ ߓ ׮ִֵ . ֣ׯ ִ֡ӓ - ֿ ߯ 㬤 ׬ ֟֟ ֓ ™ ?

  • צӓ ׾ֳֵ ׬ ֵ֯ԟ ߻ ֙ ֡߮ ™ ֟, ꤸ ֯ ӓ þ֟: ݵ . 껵 ד֟ ԲӬ֮֯ ֻ֯ ׌ ָ Ի,ָӟ 껵 :ָ - ׸δ֓ ־ .

  • ֮֟! ֳ ֯ (֓ ֵ֮) ׾ֿ֮ ֓ ԟ ֓ ׯ ֮֟ ֻ֯ ߻ ׾ָ֮ ִ־֟? Ο ֓ ֵ֤ ?

     

  • ָֿ֮

    ֵ ™õ ֡֡׸ ߾ |

    ֵ֟֯ ָ޵ ֟þã á֬ ||5||

    ֵߵןîݬԮ׳ֿ׳Ӿ:|

    ֮: Ӹִsׯ ִֿ֟ ֿן ||6||

    ֿ֤֮֮s֮֟þ֟Ӯ ָ |

    ӟ ֟ ޵ ִ : ã֟: ||7||


    2. ָ֮.

     

  • ֮֟! ָ ִִ֬ ֕֓ ֿ ֿ֯־ִֻ ֻ ֓ ָ֬ ָ ֯δ ֓ ֟ ֟ . ֙ ֵ ã֟ߴ֬ ֡ ƕָ ֵ֣ ֟.

  • ӟ ֿá Ӭ־֮ ־ ָ ֻ ָ ֻ Ɵ Ɵӓ ׾֟֯ .

  • ֮֟! ӡ ӡ- ӡפ þӟ֡֯ ޵ ִ֣ ߟ. ޵ԓ ֮֟֓ ֟. ֓ ־ ӡפӮ ָ ֟ ?

    3. ָ֮

    ֮֙ δõ֮֟þԟ:|

    ןָ׿ ׮ָ ֯׫׾֯޵֤˫ָ֮||8||

    ֿ֮֮ ִ֤֯ӕָ Ɵ:|

    sׯ : ƮƮ ; ||9||

    ֮ß ֮ ㌟ ֻ ßֵ ||

    ֻþ֟ 鯟 ײӮ:ߟִ׸ ||10||

    ㌟וӟ ֤ד™ ꌟֵ||

    ㌟ ׌ܵ ִ֟㓔 Ʈ ꓔ||

    ֿ֬ : ||12||

    ֤֮֟ β֮ôֵָֹ֮|

    :ֵ ׮ִ֟֬ ֟׮ִ㿓 ֟ ||13||

    3) ָ֮.

  • ֮֟! þԓ ִ ֙֟߻ ֙֯δ Ӯ ß֟: δ ߟ . ֯ꤵִ ן֣ԓ ָ ִ֬,޵ִ ןִ֬ ֯֯޵ ꓵ ִ ֮µ֟ߴ֬ ױ .

  • ֮֟! δ ֤ ֤ ׯӕ-ִ֬ ־ ֯δ ֯ׯ ԯֵԟ Ƶ ƹ ׯӕ-ִ֬ Ԯ ֻ . ָӟ ! ֳָ ߻ : ֻ껵 Ƶ ִ֬ ָ .

  • ֮֟! ָ֟߻ ֻ ֤֣Դ֬ ֤֣ ֓ ָӾָ ֵ ֻ . ֟ ֟߻ ӿ ֵ ׯ ?

    ֯ . ӯ ִ ׯ։ 鯟֓ -ֻ ޵֓ Ӳ ָ 鯟 ߻?

  • ֮֟ ! ꛻ִ ד™ ֻ껵 ֤֣ծ֓ : ޵ߟ , ָӟ ׬ ־ֻ껵 ־ԟ™ ֓ ֡ ߟ ֓ ™ !

  • ִָ֬ ֫פӮ ԲӬ . Դ ֮ ָ߸֓ ׯ . ָ߸ֲָָ צ ֮ ֟. צӓ ָ : פӓ ׮״ԟ . ֯δ ָ֓ ן .

  • ֮֟ ! פֻ֯ ֻ֟ ֻ껵 Ƶ ֵԌ ֵָֹ ָӯָ֬ ִ ֤֤ : ֯ ֫פ ֵӮ ֟ ָ

    4 ֮

    ָֿ֢֟߸פ Ԯ δ֮ |

    ִ֮֟ ֮֮ ָ ׯ || 14 ||

    ֮־ ֿ֮֮ וԟ ִ֮ |

    ô֮ ִ֡ ִ 㿓ן || 15 ||

    ӟ ֮֟þ֬߮ ׯ ꤵ |

    ֵ֤ ֟ :֮֬ || 16 ||


    4 ֮.


    14-15) ֮֟ ! ָ߸ ָ ָ ָ ֻ֯ Ԯָ δ ָ ֮ ָ ֓ ֟ ָ-Ӭ״֡פ ôֵֿ֮֯՟֓ ֟ ״׾ֻ ֮ ָ޵ִ֬ Ɵ ָ߸֓ ֟ ָӟ ִ֬ ֡ ֟ . 㗵 ָָ .

    16) ֮֟ ! Ԥִ ֮ þ֬߮ ԯ ֮ - ֓ ֓ ֮֬ӓ ߟ . ֙ :꟯֢ߓ ֮֬ӓ ׯ ׸ ֡ Ɵ ε֟ ߟ .

    5. ֮֮֟

    ֟ ״֟֟֘֟ :

    ԟ ǯ֌ ׮֓׮ֳ: || 17 ||

    ֤֟ꬵ֟פ֢֤֮֓ |

    ד֢׮ִ֟֟֬ꟾ֮֮֟ ֵ֟: || 18 ||

    þֵ ֟ ׬ԟ֯֟ |

    ֬ ִ֫ӟִ֮ׯ ֵ֬ || 19 ||

    5 ֮֟

    17) ֮֟ ! þֹ ִ֮֬ . Դ ָ߸פ֯ ׳֮ פ֟ , ָӟ ß: ֮ӟ߻ ֻ־ָ߯ þֳ־֮ ָ߸֯ ӟ ׳֮ .

    18) ֮֟! ָ߸ ׮֟ ָӟ ׮֟ . ָ߸ ׾֡ ָӟ ׾֡ . ָ߸ ֮ ֮־ӟ . ־Դ ָ߸֯ ӟ ï™ .

    19) (֕ ) ß֬ ׬ þ֟: ֯ ξ ֟ ָӟ ֤ ִֵ֬ ׮Կ ε֟ ׬ ξ . ֻ ָ ֻ֯ ԓ . ֻֻ֯ Ӿ ֵԴ֬ ξ ԟ Ԥ ָ ֮:ξע ֵ ꤵִ ֯- .

    6) ֿד֟֯

    ꬵִ֮ׯ ß ֟ӯԤꬵ֟ |

    ִֿ֤֡ߟן ִֻֻӳ־ִ || 20 ||

    ï™ ™֒ ִ֣ԟ׿׻֮: |

    ִ ֮֟õִֻ֮ãִ֕֟: || 21 ||

    ֤: þֹ 겤Ƥõ ָ : |

    ßִ֮־ꓔִ֮֟ ִ ֿן || 22 ||

    ׯ׿֟ׯޛõ ׵ ֵֿ : |

    ֡õֵ֮֟֟ ֟ ֯ ֟֕ || 23 ||

    ָ֢ ֯: ß֣֟ßֵ֟ ֳ : |

    ָ֢֤ ׯ ׮ ֮־ : || 24 ||

    6) ד֢֮.


    20) ֓ ӯԮ 㬤 ׾֡ ß ߻ ׾֡ 㬤 ֟ ׯޛ ֬ ֵ ? ָӟ ֻ֓ 긑ָ .

    21) Թ ֟ ָָ֓ ֻ֮ ָ߸֓ ӟ: þֹ֤Ԯ ï™ ֟: ֮Ƹ ֟. ָӟ ׾ָ֓ ֟ ֻ- ֛ ֕ פ׿־ֵ ִ֬ ָ ֵ ?

    22) ֮֟ ! ׬ ֵ ־ ? ֵ֮ ָ߸֓ ӟָֹ ָ߸ֲ ֻ ׸֓ ֵ ޵֓ ־֮ ָ 㸓 ָӟ ƾָ 㬤 .

    23) ֮֟ ! ֯δ ֻ- ׯޛþֹ ֿ־ӟ ָӟ ׾ֿ֮ ֓ ׯ ޵ִ֬ ֵ ָ߸֓ ֿ ޵֯ԓ ™ ֱ֓ ֮֬ ӟָ ֓ .

    24) ֮֟ ! ֯ ֌ ן֟ ׬ ָӯ֤ . ֤ӟָ ֓ ֿ ֻ ָ ׳޵֓ ָ . ֯ ָ ֜ ֻ ֓ ׮ָ ד֛֯ ֻ ָ ֲ֧ ߟ ֟ ߟ.

    7) ־֮

    ִ־֮֮֟ԓ: ԯֻ: |

    : ßִ֬֬: õ ֻ֯ ֣ ־: || 25 ||

    ׮֤֮ ־ֳ֮֟־ ֤֮֟ |

    ׾׬ ֯׸ï֮ ׸ִ ִֿ || 26 ||

    ־ ִִµן ָ֮֟֟ |

    ֢׮״֢־Ԥ־ꬾ ־ || 27 ||


    7) á־֮


    25) ֮֟ ! ӟ ™֮ ָ ԯֻӓ ׮ָӟָ á־ . ֻ껵 ԓ ָ֮ ޵֮ ָ Ӿ ֿ ֻ ֻ ֻ ־. ֯δ ֻ֓ ã ԟ ߓ ֟߻ ֯ .

    26) ֮֟ ! á־֓ ָ פֻ߮ ֵֹ ־ . ֟֓ Τִ֬߻ ӓֻ֟ ֿ ׸ִӮ ֵ ִ֕.

    27) ֮֟ ! Փ á־ ִָ ִ֕ ִ־ӓ ָ ߟ ֓ ָ ӓ ֿ ִ (ִ ) .


    8) Ӿָ֮

    Ӹ ״ן ׯִֵָ֮֯: |

    ֯:ӵִִ֬ԟ õ וָ֟֯ : || 28 ||

    ׵ ֮֟֟á־׮ָ֮֟ |

    ׮ָί־֤ ׮ֵָ ־ִ || 29 ||

    ׾פ׾ֵ㌣ßֳִ֟־ֵ֮׮֟: |

    ֌ֲï 㯟֪ß ã֟: || 30 ||

    ִ֌ִִ ôֵ֮֟֬߮֟ ֤ |

    ן : Ӿ ֯׸ || 31 ||

    ׮ֲԮ֟ ֟ß־ Ǥ˾֣ |

    Ο֟ ֮֮֟Ο׮ָד֟ || 32 ||

    8) Ӿָ֮.

    28) ֮֟ ! ״ן ׯ ӓ Ӹ ӓ דӟ־֮ ޵ִ֬ ֤ ־֮֬ ־ֵ ƕ, ֯, ӵִ . ִծ ֟֟ ׸ Ʈ ޵ִ֬ ׾ֵ֕ ־ֵ ƕ.

    29) ֮֟ ! ֯δ ָ߻ ™ ־ ֛ ֕ ־߮ ԓ Ӥ ִָ˦֬ הƟ ֿ ִӟ ֮ ׾ָ ֯δ ׮ָá־ ߾֮֮ ־ִӟ ׮׾ԑ֯ ξ ߻.

    30) ֮֟ ! ׾פ δ֤ӓ ֳ֟־֮ ㌟ Ƶ ֤֣׾ֵ ׮ָ֟ ֻ ָ ׯ ״ן פ ֯ ß֟ ֬ ߻.

    31) ֮֟ ! δ 㯟פӮ ֟ þ֬߮ ִֻ ִ ƕ ֬ ִ֬ ד֢ӓ Ο :֯Τ ָ֤֣׾ֵ ׌ ֵ ֵ?

    32) ֮֟ ! ֤֣տ ׮ָ ӲӬ ִֻ ֟֓ ֌ ַ 㗵 ӟ:ֻ ֹ ֣ , Ο ָ֮֟δ ֟ ־ֻߓ .


    9) ׮֕Ը֮


    ֵ֡֯ ֵ֬ ן |

    ֬֟: ִ֯ݮ֤ ־ֵֿ֟ || 33 ||

    ֵ֤á־ִ֮֓֟ ֻ |

    ׮Դ ֯ξ ֲָ֮ ִֻ || 34 ||

    ֵ֡õ ןԿ ֳֵ֮֟ |

    ׾߮õ ׸ִ ׮ִԻ: || 35 ||

    ׸ִ׾ֿ㬤֣ ֯ ׾֬ߵ֟ |

    ޛ֯: õ֟־פ׸ֵ || 36 ||

    ׸ִ׾ֿ׬ õ׮: ïõ |

    ׮:ïƟ ܵ ֲ ן || 37 ||

    㯟׮: ִ֮֮֮֮֟֟֟֟ |

    ־ִֵֿ֮֯֟֟ܵß׮: פ || 38 ||

    ֮ ִܵ֟꟣ִßߟ֡ δ |

    ֮þ֮õ ן: þֵӾ꤮ָ || 39 ||


    33) ִݤԮ--֮---׸ ֵ֡֓ Դ ד֟ Փ ֵ . ֻ ָ ֛ ݮ ޵ֵݵ ֟ ֤֣Ի ӟ: ָ ׿ֻ ߻ ֵ? ԟ . ֫ ִֵ֡ Τ߯ ֻ껵 ֮ݮ߮ Բ֬ ִՓ ԯ ֿ .

    34) ֮֟ ! Բ֬ ԓ ֵ ־߮ Փ ξ (Ӿָ ) ִ ӯ ןֵ ߿ . ִ֬ ־߮ ޵֓ ־ ד֟ ָ ֟ ִ֬ ָ ߻?

    35) ֮֟ ! ֮ӟָ ֵ֡֓ ԟ ƕ֬ . ֓ ־֮ Ɵ ַ ߾֓ ׸ִ ӟ ׮ִԻ֓ ֟֟. ־ , ™ ߾֓ ׸ִ ӟ ׾ֿ㬤 ִֻ ֳ֟ ־ӟ ־֤־ ãִ֮֬ ֟ ߟ߮ ֵ֡֓ ן ƕ֓ .

    36) ֮֟ ! ׸ִӓ ׾ֿ㬤֚ ֿ֮פ ָֿ֯ ֿ ƕ. ݮ, פ ִ֮֬ߓ ־ Ӥפӓ ׸ ֌ .

    37) ֮֟ ! ֤֣׾ֵ ׮ï ƻ֮ 㗵 ׸ִӓ ׮ִԻ֟ Ի ׮:ïƟ ָ ܵ . ׸ִӓ ׮ִԻ֟ Ի ׮:ïƟ ָ ܵ . ֮-פ ָ֤֣Դ֬ ׌ ֣ ?

    38) ֮֟ ! (׮ïƟԟ ָָ ֓ ָ ֮֓ ־ֵ֓ ָ ) ӟ ׌֓ ־ 渓 ! ׮֤֮ ֻ֯ צӮ ֲ֟ ֟߾֮Ӯ ֟֬ ֟֓ פ þֹ֓ ֳָ ָ ־ ֟ !

    39) ӟ߻ ӟ -ָ ܵ ֟֯֓ ׮ִ ָ ӟ ןִ֡ , ָ ӟ ׮ִԻ Ǥ ֓ Ο ־ ָ ֮֟ߟ ֮Ӥ ֓ ֲ δ .

    10 )

    ׸֒ב : י׮֮֯֯ |

    㻵: ꬾԴ֬֬׾ֳáִֹˬ: || 40 ||

    ִ֮韵 : ֤ ֮֟ܵ֟֯Τ |

    ֵ Τ ß ôֳ֮渮ֿ֮: ||41||

    ֖֮֟ ֿ֮֟֯Ծ֟׸µ |

    ָ 鴳ִ ׯ ֵԯ׸ֵ : || 42 ||

    ֟þ ֢֯õ֮֟㌟ ݬד֟ ִ |

    דָãֵָ֮ ׯ ֿ ׾ֿ֮ן || 42 ||

    10) ֮


    40) ֵ ָ껵 (׾ֻ껵) ָָ ֟ ֻ껵 ֮µ֯δ ׋ֿ֓ ָ . Ի, ֻ֬ ֓ ߮ ׾ֳ δ ֮׬-֟, ֮־֟ ֮֟ ߮ ֟־ֵֻӮ ™ .

    41) ֮֟ ! ֮-ָ֓ ã֮ ֻ껵 Ƶ ܵ֟ Τ ִֿ֬ Τ ׿ֻ ך ӟָ ֮ ָ ־ֻ .!

    42) ֮֟ ! ֟ ֯ ָ ֓ ֮ ׾־ ƻ ָ ֿ ִָ֬ ׸δ Ծ֡ ֻ ƻ ָӓ ֜ ß֟ ֟Ӯ ֮֕ ֵ Ӥ ׯ ֌ . Ӥ ־ֵ֓ ֻ ֓ ָӓ ֿ ƕ.

    43) ֮֟ ! ׾־ Ӯ ד֟ ֻ ׵ ֳ ֟ ӟָ-׾ֿ㬤ߓ ֮ ִ֯֬ εֿ֟߻ - פ֓ ִֿ דָֻ߮ Ӭ:ָ ߻ , ֫ ֮֯ þ ִֻ ֮-Ӭ:ָ ֯֯֓ š Ի.

    11) ׬֤Գ֮

    ־֟ Գִ֮ ֮µ þ֛Ҿӿ֟ |

    Գ δִ֤֮֟־ֵß : || 44 ||

    ֣: ִֵ֯ ׯ ־ִ֮֟Ԭ߮ |

    ִֿ־ ָפ֮ || 45 ||

    ֤֮֟Գ ֡ ִԣ ִ֟ |

    ô֮ ֟ : : õָ֟ ֮: || 46 ||

    ֟ ׾֟ ׯ : ִԯ֯֟: |

    ִ Գ ִ ׾ ִ: || 47 ||

    ־õֲד֢õ ־֮֟״֮: |

    ֵֿ֡㬤õ ־֮֟׬ִָ֟ || 48 ||

    11 ׬֤Գ֮

    44) ֮֟ ! ־ , Գߴ֬ ֮ , ֮µֵ֯Ե ֯ , 㤸 ָ߸ ߮ ָ ״ ֯ Ο ™ δ֮ ֯ ӟ Գ , ־Փ ִֵ ֓ ֯ ֓ ֮֓ ָ !

    45) ֤֓ߟ ޵ꤵ֮ ֵԌ ™ ״߻ ָӟ ָ ֬׾µ ֲ㬤 ָ ־ ™ ״ ֣ԓ . ָ ֻ ֓ ֢ߓ ָ ֟ ָ ִ߮, ָ ִ ִ ֵ ֵ ?

    46) ֋ ׾־ ֮֟ ( ֟ ָ ׾־ ) ֻ֯ Գ ָ߸ ִߟ ֵӟ ? ( ׾ֳֵӟ֓ ֓ ־ֵ , ֣ 㗵 ָ ӓ ߻ ) - ָ ô ( ) ״׾޵֚ 滵־֮ ַ ֮µ֯ ָ ָ ׬ ?

    47) ֮֟ ! ִԴ ߻ ִ֯ 㬤 . ֋ Գ ִԓߓ ָ . ָ ӟ ִ ֓ ָ .

    48) ֮֟ ! ־֟, ӟָ ™, ־ ߾ֿ ߳־, : -׾־ע ߮ ָӮ ׸ִӓ ׮ִԻ֟ פ ־ ™ ֯ ִݤԮ ֮-׸ֹ ׬־ ׬֟ .

    12) ִԮ:

    ִִֿ֮֟Դ֟ ִ ן :

    ׾׾õ֟ ד֡ || 49 ||

    ־֮֮֟֟߮ ôִ֮֘֬ ן׮ִԻ |

    ã־ߵ ד: ãִ֤㌟׌֤׵֮ || 50 ||

    12) ִԮ.

    49) ֮֟ ! ִԓ ֟ ֟ ! ֬ ַ ֮µֻ Ӿ ޵֓ , ־ ֮֟ꓵ ׾ ֡ ֮֟, ֜ӓ ־ ָ ƻ ִָ֬ ߻ .

    50) ֋ ֮֟ ! ֯ׯ ԯֵ՟ ֟ꮮ֟ ӟ Ɵ ־ ™Ӯ ӟ ׮ִ-׮֤ ֻ껵 ִ֬Դ֬ ֬ ( ׾ ) . ֬֓ ׌֯Τ . ߟ .

    µ ӿ֟ ־ ֤õ֟|

    ֤õִֻ֟㌟ ׾֮֫ ־ԡ 敵֟ ||


    ׾֫ ߮֯ ֵ ֮֮֮ ֳ֟ ӓ ֯ .

    ׬ ֵ ־ ! ׾֮֫ ֮µ ־ԡ וֻ ֟.

    English


  • Hosuse are built to live in and not to look on.

  • He, who has many friends, has no friends.

  • Not that which producers happines is good, but that only which is good produses happiness

  • The ripest fruit falls first.

  • People threw stones only at trees which have fruits on them.

  • Difficulties are meant to rouse and not to discourage.

  • There is a remedy for every thing but death.

  • Live not to eat, but eat to live.

  • Study the past if you would diving the future.

  • Evil often triumphs but never conquers.

  • Neither fear nor wish for your last day.

  • Many talk like philosophers and live like fools.

  • To read without reflecting is like eating without digesting.

  • Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverence.

  • Work is not mans punishment, it is his reward and his strength, his glory and pleasure.

  • Heaven sends us misfortunes as a moral tonic

  • Give due honour and glory to age.

  • If you smile you will be welcomed every where, if you cannot, you will be left alone.

  • Another rule to be successful in our life is never to think of your mistakes, what is the use of crying over spilt milk?

  • Enjoy your pleasure, ignore your pains.

  • A true friend is one of the greatest blessings.

  • Expect no reward for doing your duty.

  • Character is the crown and glory of life.

  • Learn to obey and you will know how to command.

  • One good mother is worth a hundered school masters.

  • Believe not all you hear and report not all you believe.

  • Every man of true genius has his peculiarity.

  • The hills has not yet lifted ists face to heaven that perseverance will not gain the summit of at last.

  • A man is valued as he makes himself valuable.

  • A good cause makes a shout heart and a strong arm.

  • A man without modestry is lost to all sense of honour and virtue.

  • Have a place for everything and put every thing in its place.

  • Serve yourself, would you be well served, is an excellent odage.

  • Flattery is a sort of bad money to which our vanity gives currency.

  • Those who bring sunshine to the hearts of others cannot keep it from themselves.

  • Forgive theyself nothing; but others much.

  • We can onlygrow as we put into practice what we know.

  • Deliberate slowly byut execute promptly.

  • Resist evil a the beginning, lest it overcome you in the end.

  • Never canvert what is not your own.

  • Trust as little as possible to others for what you want.

  • Nothing is so easy as to be wish after the event.

  • Wings come not to those who refuse to walk.

  • He serves all who dares to be true.

  • From a good home, it is not far to heaven.

  • Take care of the thoughts and the language will take care of itself.

  • Be virtuous while you are young age shall be honoured.

  • Let every dawn of morning, be to your as the beginning of life.

  • Be he sunshine of the hour.

  • Habits if not resisted soon, become necessity.

  • A face that cannot smile, is never good.

  • Learn to live as you would wish to die.

  • They are slaves who fear to speak.

  • We live in deeds, not in years.

  • Dare to do right, fear to be wrong.

  • Blessed are the humble souls that wait.

  • Happiness only begins when wishes end.

  • Life is opp ortunity for service, not as little as we dare, but as much as we can.

  • No quality will get a man more friends than a sincere admiration of the qualities of others.

  • Hurt not others with that which pains yourself.

  • Use not perfumes but sweetness of thoughts.

  • There is no sweet companion like pure charity.

  • The greatest prayer is patience.

  • The greatest of all adventures has been the search for truth.

  • In walking along the road always step aside for people older than yourself.

  • If we are not responsible for the thouthts that pass our doors, we are at least responsible for those we admit and entertain.

  • Speak the truth; but without offense. Should this be too agreeable, be silent; but tell no pleasant lies.

  • Do not measure everyone by your own foot.

  • The deepest and obscurest mystery is not far away among the stars but in ourselves.

  • Every moment a child is born with the message that goddess not despair of man.

  • Have a place for everything and put everything in its place.

  • There is difference between happiness and wisdom; he that thinks himself the happiest man really is so; but he that thinks himself the wisest is generally the greatest fool.

  • Service is the rent we pay our room here on earth.

  • When life is at tis lowest ebb, there comes the time for its spontaneous flow.

  • All human good comes through the Almighty God, the giver of all goods and gifts.

  • In all great mans works, it is the silent power and unseen hand of God that works.

  • Relief comes when we least expect it.

  • To be trusted is greater thing that to be loved.

  • Screw your courage to the sticking point and you will succeed.

  • Discard everything that weakens you, have nothing to do with it.

  • It is a decided folly to lose a friend for a gest.

  • Experience informs us that the first defence of weak minds is to recriminate.

  • We were created for borther-hood, not for inter national strife.

  • Those who rejoice and go their way happily are public benefactors.

  • A courageous foe is better that a cowardly friend.

  • Neither covetous persons nor the grave can inherit anythig.

  • He will never be a happy man whom it torments to see a happier.

  • Difficulties are sent to be overcome.

  • Do not speak of the benefits you have conferred.

  • Gratitude is an indication of a nobal nature.

  • The easiest thing of all is to deceive ones self=

  • Be not the slave of show or circumstances.

  • Dont worry about the faults of your neibour, rather to look your own.

  • Be proud of your work, but do not be vain.

  • They serve best who do not flatter.

  • A good conscience makes for great happiness.

  • Face your fears and they will tend to vanish.

  • The noblest charity is to prevent a person from accepting charity.

  • A simple conversation across the table with a wise man is better than ten yearss study of books.

  • Tolerence is good, but to tolerate injustice, to tolerate dishonesty, to tolerate untruth is ertainly not right.


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