It is a comprehensive volume in verse form providing instructions on the religious life, presented in the format of a conversation between a Guru and disciple. The narration is believed to have taken place in a cave called Shivatharghal in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. The volume comprises owi and is divided into 20 chapters, each chapter consisting of ten sub-chapters. Each of these sub-chapters varies in the number of stanzas, but averages around stanzas ovi per sub-chapter, with some being considerably longer. Ramdas also reveals the true meaning and significance of "Discrimination" and "Detachment".
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This contains over ovya stanzas explaining the way of life and Indian philosophy. Why audio version? Some do have an inclination of learning Indian philosophy; schedule its reading during post-retirement period for want of time.
It was noticed that the travel and audio entertainment consumes lot of our time almost every day. There are some in the young generation who are unfortunate not to have fluency in reading Devanagari texts but understand Marathi or the old aged people who have lost their eyesight but have interest in knowing what has been written in such an acclaimed monograph. It is for those the idea of recording Dasbodh in audio format had born. It was also an interesting learning experience for me on how to use the software for audio recording and editing.
Why select ovya? Since years, there are some efforts being done to get people interested in studying this monograph. Interestingly, the results show that those who have completed this course, have become more enthusiasts and find time to read and study complete monograph. Besides this, there are abridged versions of the Dasbodh too. Audio Dasbodh is one such effort.
In spite of recording of selected ovya in these files, the total volume of recording has gone to 20 hours! If complete Dasbodh would have recorded, imagine what would have been the size of the same. It is therefore the purpose of this recording not to replace complete Dasbodh but to create an interest among individuals to read the monograph. Sufficient care, however, has been taken not to exclude those ovya that otherwise convey the way of life and Indian philosophy - the base of Dasbodh.
What has been excluded? He has explained a concept by giving several at times hundreds of examples from our daily life. Some of the words in his examples are no more in use in Marathi that we speak today and hence do not convey meaning. For example, in Dashak 1 Samas Naradeha Stavan there are innumerous fauna that have been described who claim that the house is theirs or reside in the house as if it is theirs.
We do know and understand lizards 35 , ants 36 , snakes, scorpion 37 , however some of the fauna are non-existent or unknown at least in an urban dwellings: Pungal 40 , Chanchnya 41 , Pisole, Gandhele, Sot No doubt that all ovya have a rhythm but they do not convey meaning in current scenario. Nor it is essential to know this fauna of days of his Saint Ramdas times for understanding the way of life or Indian philosophy. That has created a repetition at several places.
For example: Dashak 2 Samas 6 Tamogoon Lakshan have lot of repetition. For example, 15 th ovi kaLaha vhAvA aise. It does not explain anything new. Hence these have been dropped. So is the case with 21 st ovi paraplDechA sa. That has been selected whereas 22 nd and 23 rd bhA. Interestingly, at the end of many Samas, where the concept is explained by numerous examples, Saint Ramdas winds up indicating "it is hoped that there are many more such examples but let me now sum up So all those interested in extending the list may add their list with contemporary examples!
For example, in Dashak 4 Samas 3 Namasmaran Bhakti , importance of naam bhakti has been explained. But if a person reads ovi indicating "by chanting naam even the poisoning 13 would not affect the person" though we have heard stories of Meerabai several times , probably the person would give up studying rest of the Dasbodh or get entangled in to arguments on issues that are unimportant.
Explanations of important concepts: Each Samas starts with brief commentary. There are some concepts that are to be, in fact, understood from an authority. For example, Dashak 6 samas 10 Anurvachya Nirupan.
Ovya 49, 53 - are difficult to understand just by listening. However, they are important. In such a situation they have been retained along with explanations in brief. It is hoped that this effort would be liked by the listeners. Send your feedback and comments to Meena Murari Tapaswi tapaswimeena[[at]]gmail.
This contains over ovya stanzas explaining the way of life and Indian philosophy. Why audio version? Some do have an inclination of learning Indian philosophy; schedule its reading during post-retirement period for want of time. It was noticed that the travel and audio entertainment consumes lot of our time almost every day. There are some in the young generation who are unfortunate not to have fluency in reading Devanagari texts but understand Marathi or the old aged people who have lost their eyesight but have interest in knowing what has been written in such an acclaimed monograph. It is for those the idea of recording Dasbodh in audio format had born.
His father Suryajipanta was known to be a worshipper of the sun. He had an elder brother named Gangadhar. His father died when Narayan was seven. It is said that Narayan turned into an introvert after the demise of his father and was often noticed to be engrossed in thoughts about the divine. Then at the age of twelve, he is believed to have walked to Panchavati , a Hindu pilgrimage town near Nashik.
Shri Dasbodh of Shri Samartha Ramdas [Marathi]
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