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Rashtra - Manjusha (Encyclopedia of Quotations) (Text, Transliteration and Translation)
Rashtra - Manjusha (Encyclopedia of Quotations) (Text, Transliteration and Translation)
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Introduction

It was mistaken by some foreign scholars and by some Indians also who followed them that all kinds of knowledge related to nation and nationalism came to India from other countries. To dispel such an illusion, the book Rashtra-Manjusha has been prepared, which is a compendium of all good verses related to national development. It is expected that this book related to the nation will help the readers to know the real facts about the various facet of the nation and principles of its governance etc.

At the beginning of creation, when Omniscient God induced the Divine knowledge into the minds of sages in the form of the Vedas, the national aspects came into existence from the very first day. From beginning up to this date, many Sanskrit works have developed the ideals of nationalism, such as Smrtis, books of politics and other books etc.

In this book, the verses related to nationalism have been collected from the Vedas, Smrtis, Epics, Poetry books, Dramas and other books related to politics. The ideas of foreign scholars are also given in verses. The system of government of India, which was in vogue, may also be seen in this book. This book contains 2525 Verses. Other useful verses are also given in appendix.

The study of this book will not only develop the power of elocution, but also make us realize with pride that our ancestors, rishis and munis had been giving deep thought to the various aspects of nationalism. It is hoped that this book will be helpful for the administrators and also for those who wish to know the system of administration in ancient times.

We are grateful to all those, who gave good advice from time to time. It is expected that this book will he helpful to promote the prestige of India in the eyes of foreign scholars.

Publisher's words

Having gained encouragement by the popularity of 'Manjula-Manjusa' and 'Siksa-Manjusa' and from some knowledgable persons, I made up my mind to get such a book prepared in which good sayings be collected which may throw light on the national aspects. This resulted in preparation of 'Rastra-Manjusa', which will help to develop national attitude among the readers.

After taking decision to publish such a book, I requested Sh. Ved Prakash Shastri, my respectable friend, to prepare such a book. Accepting my request, he edited this book with the help of Dr. Puran Chand Tandon Sr. Reader, Dept. of Hindi, Delhi University. I am grateful to both of the editors and I also thank those gentleman whose work has been included in the appendix.

The following points have been in mind while preparing this book:- (1) No mistake be left in its proof-reading and the publication should be of excellent quality.

(2) The references of all verses should be given as far as possible.

(3) The purpose of every verse should be shown briefly.

(4) Every verse should also be written in Roman script along with Devanagari script.

(5) Every verse should be translated not only into Hindi but in English also, so that the book may also be useful for those who don't have a complete knowledge of Hindi.

If I miss to thank those scholars, whose advice has helped me off and on, it will be sheer ungratefulness. So, I thank all of them from the core of my heart and hope that this book may be helpful to develop national consciousness.

CONTENTS
Subhasish Kosa1-784
Appendix785-810
1.Nation813
Birth, form and advantages - Kinds -
Means of progress and life-means-Environment
Land - Auspicious desires for nation - Hounable men and women
Festivals and their importance- ideal nation- causes of its fall- Construction works
Knowledge and Education - System of Taxes- Inventions
Scholars, teachers and preachers - Methods to remove corruption
Division of the nation - Things to be collected -Discipline - Professions
Fixing of prices - Character - Routs and ways- Artisans - Vicinity of Vagabonds
Science of weather and time - Admirable region - Method of unity-
Removal of diseases
2.President of nation816
Selection and instructions - Incapable- Importance-
Defects without the President
His good desires- Qualities-Warnings-Defects -
To be kept off -Daily routine
Duties - His influence - Wife of President - Admirable
Condemnable - Problems
Enemies - Deserving support - Expectations from the President
Method to go to foreign land - Residence - Method to see him
Right of President of India
3.Safety of the Nation818
Duties and qualities of a commander of the force - Methods of fighting
Importance of the force - Duties and qualities of the force and the soldier
Food and awards for soldiers - Means -
Arsenal - Qualities of weapons and kinds
Admirable soldier - Cooperation of knowledge and bravery -
Advantages of war
Immortality of soul - Not to be killed - Environment of battlefield - Causes of fear
Abandonable - Desires - Condemnable warrior - Helpers in safety - Admirable death
Harms due to war - Rules of war - Construction of a fort etc.
Safety from beasts etc. - Qualities of cavaliers - opportunity of attack
4.Citizens of the Nation821
Rights - Duties - Good Citizens - Bad Citizens -
Sources of torture and fear
Condemnable - Family life - Ideal Families - Abandonable - Admirable Auspicious desires - Fit for shelter - Voting - House construction - Guide
Duty in distress - Qualities - Duty of a widow - Ideal ladies -
Deserving charity
Influence of mother and her debt
5.Politics822
Definition of politics - Good policies - Bad policies -
Treaties - Policy in disaster
Methods of consultation - Messengers - Friends and their kinds
Works of dependent kings - Kinds of politics -
Financial policies - Abandonables
Main helpers of the nation - Sources of success -
Testing, importance and methods
Spies - Truths of world
6.Spirituality in nation824
Advantages of God's devotion - Belief and disbelief - Morality and sins - Prayer
Self progress - Method of repentence - Supreme aim of life
7.Justice in the nation824
Definition - Courts - Methods of justice - Punishment - Kinds of decisions
Punishable - Qualities and works of judges -
Condemnable judges - To be kept off
Methods of giving and taking - Rights on things - Importance of punishment
Equality in the result of work - Method to know a thief -
Not punishable - Freedom
Hereditary - Method to know mental ideas - Duties of the Jailor - Witness
Helper in justice - Kinds of punishment - Justice for women
Announcement of defeat - Acceptance of crime
8.Administration in the Nation826
Setting of Incharge - Good Incharge - Methods of administration
Assembly and committee - Incharge of agriculture - Duty of wine Incharge
Qualities and duties of village Incharge - Duties of City Incharge - Three leaders
President and the rulers of states - Duties of Administrators -
Enemies of Administration
Methods of inspection of works - Method fo Planting of trees -
Pancayata-system
Method of election - Work of the village secretary-Work of ministers - Treasurer
Jailor - Administrative selection - Central Adinistration - Chief Minister
Advantages of good administration - Duties of members
9.Servants and Helpers of the Nation827
Good worker - Normal worker - Importance of the servant - Mean worker
To be abandoned - Advantages to the servant - Standards of workers
Difficulties for servants - Dissatisfaction among servants - Appointments and training
To be employed in ladies - Duties of a servant - System of salary etc.
Defects in a servant - Clerk of treasury etc. - Qualities of the head of the kitchen
The helpers of the President Ministers and secretaries etc. -
Duties towards workers
Testing of ability - Qualities of a door-keeper

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Introduction

It was mistaken by some foreign scholars and by some Indians also who followed them that all kinds of knowledge related to nation and nationalism came to India from other countries. To dispel such an illusion, the book Rashtra-Manjusha has been prepared, which is a compendium of all good verses related to national development. It is expected that this book related to the nation will help the readers to know the real facts about the various facet of the nation and principles of its governance etc.

At the beginning of creation, when Omniscient God induced the Divine knowledge into the minds of sages in the form of the Vedas, the national aspects came into existence from the very first day. From beginning up to this date, many Sanskrit works have developed the ideals of nationalism, such as Smrtis, books of politics and other books etc.

In this book, the verses related to nationalism have been collected from the Vedas, Smrtis, Epics, Poetry books, Dramas and other books related to politics. The ideas of foreign scholars are also given in verses. The system of government of India, which was in vogue, may also be seen in this book. This book contains 2525 Verses. Other useful verses are also given in appendix.

The study of this book will not only develop the power of elocution, but also make us realize with pride that our ancestors, rishis and munis had been giving deep thought to the various aspects of nationalism. It is hoped that this book will be helpful for the administrators and also for those who wish to know the system of administration in ancient times.

We are grateful to all those, who gave good advice from time to time. It is expected that this book will he helpful to promote the prestige of India in the eyes of foreign scholars.

Publisher's words

Having gained encouragement by the popularity of 'Manjula-Manjusa' and 'Siksa-Manjusa' and from some knowledgable persons, I made up my mind to get such a book prepared in which good sayings be collected which may throw light on the national aspects. This resulted in preparation of 'Rastra-Manjusa', which will help to develop national attitude among the readers.

After taking decision to publish such a book, I requested Sh. Ved Prakash Shastri, my respectable friend, to prepare such a book. Accepting my request, he edited this book with the help of Dr. Puran Chand Tandon Sr. Reader, Dept. of Hindi, Delhi University. I am grateful to both of the editors and I also thank those gentleman whose work has been included in the appendix.

The following points have been in mind while preparing this book:- (1) No mistake be left in its proof-reading and the publication should be of excellent quality.

(2) The references of all verses should be given as far as possible.

(3) The purpose of every verse should be shown briefly.

(4) Every verse should also be written in Roman script along with Devanagari script.

(5) Every verse should be translated not only into Hindi but in English also, so that the book may also be useful for those who don't have a complete knowledge of Hindi.

If I miss to thank those scholars, whose advice has helped me off and on, it will be sheer ungratefulness. So, I thank all of them from the core of my heart and hope that this book may be helpful to develop national consciousness.

CONTENTS
Subhasish Kosa1-784
Appendix785-810
1.Nation813
Birth, form and advantages - Kinds -
Means of progress and life-means-Environment
Land - Auspicious desires for nation - Hounable men and women
Festivals and their importance- ideal nation- causes of its fall- Construction works
Knowledge and Education - System of Taxes- Inventions
Scholars, teachers and preachers - Methods to remove corruption
Division of the nation - Things to be collected -Discipline - Professions
Fixing of prices - Character - Routs and ways- Artisans - Vicinity of Vagabonds
Science of weather and time - Admirable region - Method of unity-
Removal of diseases
2.President of nation816
Selection and instructions - Incapable- Importance-
Defects without the President
His good desires- Qualities-Warnings-Defects -
To be kept off -Daily routine
Duties - His influence - Wife of President - Admirable
Condemnable - Problems
Enemies - Deserving support - Expectations from the President
Method to go to foreign land - Residence - Method to see him
Right of President of India
3.Safety of the Nation818
Duties and qualities of a commander of the force - Methods of fighting
Importance of the force - Duties and qualities of the force and the soldier
Food and awards for soldiers - Means -
Arsenal - Qualities of weapons and kinds
Admirable soldier - Cooperation of knowledge and bravery -
Advantages of war
Immortality of soul - Not to be killed - Environment of battlefield - Causes of fear
Abandonable - Desires - Condemnable warrior - Helpers in safety - Admirable death
Harms due to war - Rules of war - Construction of a fort etc.
Safety from beasts etc. - Qualities of cavaliers - opportunity of attack
4.Citizens of the Nation821
Rights - Duties - Good Citizens - Bad Citizens -
Sources of torture and fear
Condemnable - Family life - Ideal Families - Abandonable - Admirable Auspicious desires - Fit for shelter - Voting - House construction - Guide
Duty in distress - Qualities - Duty of a widow - Ideal ladies -
Deserving charity
Influence of mother and her debt
5.Politics822
Definition of politics - Good policies - Bad policies -
Treaties - Policy in disaster
Methods of consultation - Messengers - Friends and their kinds
Works of dependent kings - Kinds of politics -
Financial policies - Abandonables
Main helpers of the nation - Sources of success -
Testing, importance and methods
Spies - Truths of world
6.Spirituality in nation824
Advantages of God's devotion - Belief and disbelief - Morality and sins - Prayer
Self progress - Method of repentence - Supreme aim of life
7.Justice in the nation824
Definition - Courts - Methods of justice - Punishment - Kinds of decisions
Punishable - Qualities and works of judges -
Condemnable judges - To be kept off
Methods of giving and taking - Rights on things - Importance of punishment
Equality in the result of work - Method to know a thief -
Not punishable - Freedom
Hereditary - Method to know mental ideas - Duties of the Jailor - Witness
Helper in justice - Kinds of punishment - Justice for women
Announcement of defeat - Acceptance of crime
8.Administration in the Nation826
Setting of Incharge - Good Incharge - Methods of administration
Assembly and committee - Incharge of agriculture - Duty of wine Incharge
Qualities and duties of village Incharge - Duties of City Incharge - Three leaders
President and the rulers of states - Duties of Administrators -
Enemies of Administration
Methods of inspection of works - Method fo Planting of trees -
Pancayata-system
Method of election - Work of the village secretary-Work of ministers - Treasurer
Jailor - Administrative selection - Central Adinistration - Chief Minister
Advantages of good administration - Duties of members
9.Servants and Helpers of the Nation827
Good worker - Normal worker - Importance of the servant - Mean worker
To be abandoned - Advantages to the servant - Standards of workers
Difficulties for servants - Dissatisfaction among servants - Appointments and training
To be employed in ladies - Duties of a servant - System of salary etc.
Defects in a servant - Clerk of treasury etc. - Qualities of the head of the kitchen
The helpers of the President Ministers and secretaries etc. -
Duties towards workers
Testing of ability - Qualities of a door-keeper
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