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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 2,413 pages of information about The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3.
to the knowledge of the soul, disposed to peace, possessed of great energy, and a master of his senses.  He is free from guile, and truthful in speech.  For this he is worshipped with respect everywhere.  He is distinguished by energy, by fame, by intelligence, by knowledge, by humility, by birth, by penances, and by years.  For these he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He is of good behaviour.  He dresses and houses himself well.  He eats pure food.  He loves all.  He is pure in body and mind.  He is sweet-speeched.  He is free from envy and malice.  For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He is certainly always employed in doing good to all people.  No sin dwells in him.  He never rejoices at other people’s misfortunes.  For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He always seeks to conquer all earthly desires by listening to Vedic recitations and attending to the Puranas.  He is a great renouncer and he never disregards any one.[869] For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He casts an equal eye on all; and, therefore, he has no one whom he loves and none whom he hates.  He always speaks what is agreeable to the hearer.  For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He is possessed of great learning in the scriptures.  His conversation is varied and delightful.  His knowledge and wisdom are great.  He is free from cupidity.  He is free also from deception.  He is large-hearted.  He has, conquered wrath and cupidity.  For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He has never quarrelled with any one for any subject connected with profit or pleasure.  All faults have been torn away by him.  For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  His devotion (to Brahma) is firm.  His soul is blameless.  He is well-versed in the Srutis.  He is free from cruelty.  He is beyond the influence of delusion or faults.  For this he is worshipped everywhere with respect.  He is unattached to all such things as are objects of attachment (for others).  For all that he seems to be attached to all things.[870] He is never long subject to the influence of any doubt.  For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He has no yearning for objects connected with profit and pleasure.  He never glorifies his own self.  He is free from malice.  He is mild in speech.  For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He observes the hearts, different from one another, of all men, without blaming any of them.  He is well-versed in all matters connected with the origin of things.  He never disregards or shows hatred for any kind of science.  He lives according to his own standard of morality.  He never suffers his time to pass away fruitlessly.  His soul is under his control For this he is everywhere worshipped with respect.  He has toiled in subjects that deserve the application of toil.  He has earned knowledge and wisdom.  He is never satiated with yoga.  He is always attentive and ready for exertion.  He is ever heedful.  For this he is everywhere
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