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Dharma Shaastras

In this Kaliyuga (Iron age) which commenced nearly 5000 Years ago people tend to become short lived and they disregard any Spiritual topics and even question the existence of God.


To make one's life happy, prosperous and full of peace not only that his house and working place should be built according to Vastu Shaastra but also he should earn his living or subsistence in most righteous manner.


A Thief, a Dacoit, a Murderer or the one who earns his living in unrighteous manner, even if he builds his House according to Vastu principles, may not live a peaceful life at home.


Even if he claims to the contrary it may only be a temporary phenomenon, but in the long run he is bound to suffer and our ancient Dharma Shaastras proclaim many rules of righteous conduct.


It reveals that whole of Veda is the first source of the sacred law, next the tradition and the virtuous conduct of those who know the Veda further, also the customs of holy men, and finally self satisfaction.


Man who obeys the law prescribed in the revealed texts and in the sacred tradition gains fame in this World and unsurpassable bliss after death.


By Shruti (Revelation) is meant the Veda and by Smriti (Tradition) the institutes of the sacred law. Those two must not be called into question in any manner, since from those two the sacred law shone forth.


Collecting food only as much as required for survival, eating it facing East, West or South, always worshiping Food and eating it without contempt, desisting from excessive eating are the essence of Law concerning Food and eating.


Pronouncing the syllable 'OM1 at the beginning and at the end of a lesson in'VEDA1. Pranayana (Three suppressions of Breath) before a lesson in VEDA, constantly paying reverence to the aged etc., are few of Laws concerning studentship.


Shaastras further proclaim that even from poison nectar may be taken, even from a foe a lesson in good conduct, and even from an impure substance gold.


Excellent wives, learning, the knowledge of Law, the rules of purity, good advice and various arts may be acquired from anybody.


It further says that a wise man should strive to restrain his organs which run wild among alluring sensual objects like a charioteer with his horses.


Through the attachment of his organs to sensual pleasure a man doubtlessly will incur guilt, but if he deeps them under control, he will obtain success.


The Teacher, the Father, the Mother and an elder Brother must not be treated with disrespect, though one be grievously offended by them.


Teacher is the image of Brahman, the Father the image of Prajapati, the mother the image of Earth and an elder Brother the image of oneself.


Women must be honoured and adorned by their fathers. Brothers, Husbands and Brother_in_law, who desire welfare.


Where women are honoured Gods are pleased, but where they are no honoured no sacred rite yields results.


Where the female relations live in grief the family soon wholly perishes. But the family where they are not unhappy always prospers.


The Houses on which female relations, not being honoured pronounce a curse, perish completely as if destroyed by Magic.


A householder commits offences through five slaughter houses viz., the Hearth, the grinding Stone, the Broom, the Pestle and Mortar, the water Vessel by using which he is bound with fetters of Sins.


In order to successively expiate these offences, Great sages have prescribed the performance or five sacrifies.


Teaching and studying is the sacrifice offered to Brahman (Ahuta), the offering of Water and Food called tarpana, the Sacrifice to the Manes (Prasita), the burnt oblation the Sacrifice offered to the Gods (Huta); the Bali offering that offered to Bhutas (Prahuta); and the Hospitable reception of guests the offering to Men (Brahmyahuta).


He who neglects not those five great sacrifices, while he is able to perform them, is not tainted by the sins committed in the five places of slaughter.


The Dharma Shaastras further remind that, room for resting, water and a kind word, these things never fail in the houses of good men.


Having honoured the Gods, the Sages, Men, the Manes and the Guardian Deities of the house, the house holder shall eat afterward what remains.


Regarding the means of subsistence the Shaastra says : One must seek subsistence which either causes no, or the least pain to others and live by that except in times of distress.


For the purpose of gaining bare subsistence one may accumulate property by following those irreproachable occupations which are prescribed for him without unduly fatiguing his body.


He shall never for the sake of the subsistence follow the ways or the world; he shall live pure, straight forward and honest life.


He who desires happiness must strive after a perfectly contended disposition and control himself.


Whether one be rich or even in distress, let him not seek wealth through pursuits to which men cleave, nor by forbidden occupations, not let him accept presents from any giver whosoever may be.


Regarding other aspects of life the texts reveal: One shall never look at the Sun when he rises or sets is eclipsed or reflected in water or stands in the middle of the sky.


One shall not step over a rope to which a calf is tied, not to run when it rains, and not look at his own image in water.


One shall not eat dressed in one garment only, not bather naked, not void urine on a road, on ashes, or in a cowpen, on a ploughed land, in water, on an altar of bricks, on a mountain, on the ruins of a temple, nor even on an ant hill.


Nor in holes inhabited by living creatures nor while he walks or stands, nor on reaching the bank of the river, nor on top of a mountain.


Let him never void faces or urine facing wind, or a fire or looking towards the Sun, water or cows.


One shall void faces and urine in the day time turning towards North at night turning towards South, and during the twilight in the same position as buy day.


One shall not blow a fire with his mouth, not look at a naked woman, not throw any impure substance into the fire and not warm his feet at it.


One shall not place fire under a bed or the like; nor step over it, nor place it when he sleeps at the foot end of his bed; let him not torment living creatures.


After showing high regards to the fire the texts deal with water One shall not throw urine or faces into water, nor saliva, nor clothes defiled by impure substances, nor any other impurity, nor blood, nor poisonous things.


One shall not eat anything from which oil has been extracted, not be a glutton, not eat very early in the morning not very late in the evening, not take any food in the evening if he had his fill in the morning.


One shall not wash his feet in a vessel of white brass, not eat out of a broken earthem dish, nor out of one that appears defiled.


One shall not eat after sunset any food containing sesamum grains; one shall never sleep naked.


He shall eat while his feet are yet wet from ablution; but let him not eat food placed on his lap.


He shall not go to bed with wet feet. He who eats while his feet are still wet will attain long life.


The morning Sun, the smoke rising from burning corpse must be avoided.


He shall not clip his nails or hair and not tear his nails with his teeth.


One shall not scratch his head with both hands joined. Let him avoid in anger to lay hold of his own or other men's hair, or strike himself or others on the head.


One shall not bath immediately after meal, nor when he is sick, nor in the middle of the night, nor frequently dressed in all his garments.


One should carefully avoid under taking the success of which depends on others.


But let him eagerly pursue that the accomplishment of which depends on himself.


Everything that depends on others gives pain; everything that depends on oneself gives pleasure and this is the short definition of pleasure and pain.


One shall say what is true, say what is pleasing, utter no disagreeable truth, utter no agreeable falsehood, that is the eternal law.


No calamity happens to those who eagerly follow auspicious customs and rule of conduct.


And to those who are always careful of purity and to those who mutter sacred texts and offer burnt oblations.


Neither a man who lives unrighteously nor he who acquired wealth by telling falsehoods, nor he who always delights in doing injury to others ever attain happiness in this world.


Unrighteousness practised in this World does not at once produce its fruit. But advancing slowly, it cuts off the roots of him who committed it.


If the punishment falls not on the offender himself, it falls on his sons, if not the sons at least on his grand sons, but an iniquity once committed never fails to produce fruit to him who wrought it.


He prospers for a while through unrighteousness, then he gains great good fortune, next he conquers his enemies, but at last he perished branch and root.


Contentment, forgiveness, self-control, abstention from unrighteously appropriating anything, obedience to the rules of purification, coercion of the organs, wisdom, knowledge of Supreme Soul, truthfulness and abstention from anger from the tenfold law which must ever be carefully obeyed.


Therefore let us all delight in truthfulness, reighteousness, obedience to the sacred law and scriptures, conduct worthy of an Aryan, and purity and also let us chastise our children according to the sacred laws and scriptures which are of value for ages.

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