THE Vairāgya-Satakam is one of the three series of hundred verses which have come down to us under the title of Subhāṣita-trišati (lit. “The happily worded. The verse numbers, as available, correspond to Bhartrihari’s numbering. [A translation of verses from Bhartrihari’s Sanskrit poem Vairagya Shatakam]. One can seldom find anything comparable to Bhartrihari Shatak, especially with relation to philosophy of life. The Vairagya Shataka, Neeti Shataka and Shringar .

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The Minimalist Life – Bhartrihari Vairagya Satakam!

Those friends who were kind hearted, loving before facing a state of misery, have expired. Should we worship the fate then? Ramachander Aaradhayami mani sannibham athma lingam,Maayapuri hrudaya pankaja sannivishtam,Sradha nadhi vimala chitha jalabishegai,Nithyam samadhi kusmaira punarbhavai. Similarly even a scholar can be explained very easy and smoothly.

It is the tradition in Sanskrit poetry that whenever anyone begins writing poetry, firstly he pays his respect to God and eulogizes him. The philosophy of Satyam Shivam Sundaram is rightly based on the above-mentioned concept. One must have only one abode whether in the city or in the forest.

With heavy heart Queen Pingala asked the soldiers of the king about welfare of her husband King Bhartri hari, they replied with their faces down that the King was chasing a ferocious Man Eater lion and got lost inthe Jungle ,they searched him every where only to found Kings clothessaying this they showed her the Queen Kings blood stained clothes.


Satsangatve nissangatvam Nissangatve nirmohatvam Nirmohatve nishchalatattvam Nishcalatattve jiivanmuktih. Despite seeing old vairxgya, birth and death our mind does not fear anything. The ignorant body yet fears death and perishing which means that it is attached to the sata,am object despite of these conditions — This is all very surprising indeed.

Say, where is that Providence who ever created Anything that died not? Lakshman enters Kishikindha in a fury. I have travelled in many countries, hard to travel in, And got no result; Giving up pride of birth and position, I have served all. Controlling the sense organs is the only victory. Verse 99 The fruits are sufficient food, The waters of the mountain sufficient dinner, The earth a sufficient bed, And bark a sufficient garment — These are all welcome. The one who make one indulge in sinful deeds, you are yet increasing and growing by leaps and bounds and are not being satisfied.

The moon, waned in darker phase, regains its round shape in the brighter phase. Earn his friendship instead of risking your life for helping a disinherited prince.

Knowing this, O man, give your heart unto Brahman To cross this ocean vairagys life. Still, a man of action does not care for his miseries. There is only one pain of clothes, which are term and are stitched at different places. It is said for the great people that crises add to their patience; progress adds to their forgiveness; assembly adds to their speaking power; war adds to their bravery because such people do vaitagya lose courage during emergencies.

Detachment is simply impossible without aesthetic sense.


Bhartrihari’s Verses

The Brahmanadiks who reside in heaven and are the great noble souls of the Vedas, who stay in huts and in villages and are giver of this and for whom holy bath and Sandhya offering to the sun god are mere a play are no way concerned gairagya this. If he has anger, why does he need an enemy?

Considering this, a man of patience does not feel sorry even in abject misery. Freedom alone takes off the weight of this dreadful world, And manifests Self-blessedness. Blessed are they that, living even in the caves of mountains, Meditate on the supreme Light.

You are known by your wealth as a king, We for our knowledge. May everything cease and get destroyed but hope and desire never gets emaciated.

Bhartrihari Vairagya Shatak | Jai Guru Dev

bhartrihar Verse 94 This Universe is only a little circle. Hence, we salute the Karma. What shall happen even if are read the Smritis, Vedas and Puranas, Reasoning grammar, Shatadarshan and other scriptures? Those birds, which come and sit on our laps and stay in the mountain, drink those tears of joy and bliss which flow from the eyes of those noble sages who continually meditate upon the great Brahma.