प्रमुखा विकल्पसूचिः उद्घाट्यताम्
एतत् पृष्ठम् अपरिष्कृतम् अस्ति
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OR THE HUNDRED VERSES ON RENUNCIATION

fully matured through their acceptance of abso lute seclusion, root out all Kaurma (i.e. the com. plex of causes and effects which grows on as action and desire in life follow each other).

 [देन्यव्यतिकरनिकराः We prefer to take as the many forms of contact with the | world which result from the poverty of an attitude of seeking after Worldly objects. ]

मातमं दिन तात मास्त सखे तेजः सुबन्धो जल
भ्रातव्यंम निबद्ध एव भवतामन्यः प्रणामाञ्जलिः।
युष्मत्सङ्गवशापजातसुकृतस्फारस्फुरन्निर्मल-
ज्ञानापास्तसमस्तमोहमहिमा लीये परब्रह्मणि ॥ १०० ।।

 100. O Earth, my mother !O Wind, my father ! O Fire, my friend !O Water, my good relative ! O Sky, my brother ! here is my last salutation to you with clasped hands ! Having cast away Infa ; tuation with its wonderful power, by means of an amplitude of pure knowledge resplendent with merits developed through my association with you all, I now merge in the Supreme Brahman.

 [The terms of familiarity and endeament used of the five elements are Appropriate in view of the point final of blisful paiting to which the ¥ogi has been carried through those subtle 1800s or essences of the tive ele ments which characterize intermediate h9ges of Yogie practice.]

इति वरग्लीशतक सम्पूर्णम् ।

Here ends the Vairagya-Satakauth