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VAIRAGYA SHATAKA verse 56

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  • MANISH MODI
    NAMO VITARAGAYA Jay Jinendra VAIRAGYA SHATAKA Hundred Verses on Freedom from Worldly Desire Selected from Jain Scriptures By an Unknown Sage English
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      NAMO VITARAGAYA


      Jay Jinendra


      VAIRAGYA SHATAKA

      Hundred Verses on Freedom from Worldly Desire

      Selected from Jain Scriptures

      By an Unknown Sage


      English translation by Manish Modi


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      56. Just as the wind carries a flower away from its tree,

      The living being is carried forth by the wind of karmas

      From one birth to another.

      Ever the orphan, the living being keeps wandering in samsara,

      Despite having attained

      Wealth, food grains, ornaments, home and family (in each birth).


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