Teachings from Mahabharata



Grass, earth, water, and good words – these four are never to be found missing in the homes of noble men.

It is good character which makes one a Brahmin. It is not caste, family, birth, studies and learning.

As a calf recognizes and approaches its mother in the midst of a thousand cows, even so, the effects of the past deeds do not fail to recognize and visit the doer in his new life.

Everyday hosts of living beings enter the abode of the Lord of Death, the rest nonetheless strive to live forever.
Mahabharata