Dear Readers,
Welcome to Sanskrit quotes and quotations.
With the help of this blog, I intend to bring to you the best Sanskrit quotes and quotations from ancient Sanskrit language.
Written in this Sanskrit language are the ancient spiritual & religious texts viz. Vedas, puranas & Upanishads, great poetical works viz. Ramayana & Mahabharata, earliest thoughts on economy in Kautilya’s Arthashastra, treatise on surgery & human health in Sushrut samhita, astronomical observations and Vedic mathematics by Aryabhatta and Varahamihir and many more.
These Sanskrit scriptures have invaluable pearls of knowledge, wisdom and ancient Hindu vedantic philosophy. I have made an effort to bring forth all this to you.
I have presented the original Sanskrit quote or quotation followed by its literal English translation. Added to this is the commentary on Sanskrit quote or quotation which explains its meaning in details.
I have endeavored to show to the esteemed readers how this old philosophy holds true even today in this tech-savvy world.
I sincerely believe these Sanskrit quotes and quotations will prove to be of real help to you & will enrich your life with ancient spiritual wisdom. It is bound to set you on the right path in your life.

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Sanskrit Quote requested by Mr. L.N. Gupta, New York

इतरतापशतानि यदृच्छया वितर तानि सहे चतुरानन

अरसिकेषु कवित्वनिवेदनं शिरसि मा लिख मा लिख मा लिख

English Translation of Sanskrit Quote

Oh God, give me other hundreds of sorrows as you wish. I will bear them.
But don't write my destiny to recite a poem to an uninterested person. Never! Never!! Never!!!

Comments on "Sanskrit Quote requested by Mr. L.N. Gupta, New York"


Blogger Laxmi N. Gupta said ... (7:45 PM) : 

Thank you very much, Shri Paranjape. I learned this verse in 6th or 7th grade Sanskrit class but forgot the first line. I must say you are doing a great service by running this blog. Incidentally, do you like my poems? If you do, please leave a comment on my blog. Thank you.


Blogger Laura said ... (5:58 PM) : 

wow, I so share that sentiment! I love to write, and I always think of Spirit as providing not just the ideas to write about, but also the audience.



Blogger Anukta Chattopadhyay said ... (6:18 AM) : 

Hi Kiran,
My dad used to utter this proverb when i was a kid. It goes like "Anantaparam keela shabda shastram.... "ends with "ksheeramibambu madhyat". I have forgotten the middle. It was about learning what is relevant to one, like a duck filters out its food from water. Do you happen to know the entire proverb?


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