Buddha Quotes in Sanskrit with English Meaning
शक्नोति जीर्णः खलु धर्ममाप्तुं कामोपभोगेष्वगतिर्जरायाः।
अतश्व यूनः कथयंति कामान्मध्यस्य वित्तं स्थविरस्य धर्मम्।
śaknoti jīrṇaḥ khalu dharmamāptuṃ kāmopabhogeṣvagatirjarāyāḥ।
ataśva yūnaḥ kathayaṃti kāmānmadhyasya vittaṃ sthavirasya dharmam।
The old man can obtain merit by dharma; old age is helpless for the enjoyment
of pleasures; therefore they say that pleasures belong to the young man, wealth to the
middle-aged, and dharma to the old
BuddhaCharita by Aśvaghoṣa – 10.34
व्यांसि जीर्णानि विमर्शयंति धिराण्यवस्थानपरायणानि।
अल्पेन यत्नेन श्मात्मकानि भवंत्यगत्येव च लज्जया च।
vyāṃsi jīrṇāni vimarśayaṃti dhirāṇyavasthānaparāyaṇāni।
alpena yatnena śmātmakāni bhavaṃtyagatyeva ca lajjayā ca।
Old age is prone to reflection, it is grave and intent on remaining quiet; it
attains unimpassionedness with but little effort, unavoidably, and for very shame.
BuddhaCharita by Aśvaghoṣa – 10.36
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BuddhaCharita by Aśvaghoṣa – 9.18
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एवं च ये द्रव्यमवाप्य लोके मित्रेषु धर्मे च नियोजयंति।
अवाप्तसाराणि धनानि तेषां भ्रष्टानि नांते जनयंति तापम्।
evaṃ ca ye dravyamavāpya loke mitreṣu dharme ca niyojayaṃti।
avāptasārāṇi dhanāni teṣāṃ bhraṣṭāni nāṃte janayaṃti tāpam।
‘So those who, having obtained riches in the world,
employ them for the sake of their friends and Dharma, — their wealth has real solidity, and when it perishes
it produces no pain at the end.
BuddhaCharita by Aśvaghoṣa – 11.5
अन्विष्य चादाय च जततर्षा यानत्यजंतः परियांति दुःखम्।
लोके तृणोल्कासदृशेषु तेषु कामेषु कस्यात्म्वतो रतिः स्यात्।
anviṣya cādāya ca jatatarṣā yānatyajaṃtaḥ pariyāṃti duḥkham।
loke tṛṇolkāsadṛśeṣu teṣu kāmeṣu kasyātmvato ratiḥ syāt।
What man of self-control could find satisfaction in these pleasures which are like a torch of hay, —
which excite thirst when you seek them and
when you grasp them, and which they who
abandon not keep only as misery?
BuddhaCharita by Aśvaghoṣa – 11.23
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अनात्मवंतो हृदि यैर्विदष्टा विनाशमर्चंति न यांति शर्म।
क्रुद्धौग्रसर्पप्रतिमेषु तेषु कामेषु कस्यात्मवतो रतिः स्यात्।
anātmavaṃto hṛdi yairvidaṣṭā vināśamarcaṃti na yāṃti śarma।
kruddhaugrasarpapratimeṣu teṣu kāmeṣu kasyātmavato ratiḥ syāt।
Those men of no self-control who are bitten by them in their hearts, fall into ruin and attain not bliss, — what man of self-control could find satisfaction in these pleasures, which are like an angry, cruel serpent?
BuddhaCharita by Aśvaghoṣa – 11.24
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