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Sanskrit Quote for Atmaram Hattiangadi

चोरहार्यं राजहार्यं भ्रातृभ्राज्यं भारकारि

व्यये कृते वर्धत एव नित्यं विद्याधनं सर्वधनप्रधानम्

English Translation of Sanskrit Quote:
It cannot be stolen by a thief.
It cannot taken away by a King.
It cannot be divided among brothers.
It does not cause load. It always increses when spent.
The wealth of knowledge is the greatest of all wealths.

Comments on "Sanskrit Quote for Atmaram Hattiangadi"


Blogger Sudhin Choksey said ... (12:13 PM) : 

many thanks for the shloka which I was looking for. But could also help me get the other one on Vidhya-knowledge being worshipped everywhere where as the king being worshipped only in his kingdom. I'll be obliged. Many thanks & regards Sudhin Choksey


Anonymous Anonymous said ... (3:10 PM) : 

स्वगृहे पुज्यते मुर्खः,स्वग्रामे पूज्यते प्रभूः।
स्वदेशए पुज्यते राजा,विद्वान सर्वत्र पुज्यते।।


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