Download the ancient text: The Avadhoota Gita as pdf. The Avadhoota Gita is writen by Sage Dattatreya. This Hindu text might be around Ancient Wisdom By Dattatreya (20 verses from The Avadhoota Gita) – 1. Through the grace of God alone, the desire for nonduality arises in. Avadhuta Gita of Dattatreya with English translation and exhaustive introduction by Kanoo Mal published in

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Mar 18, Be happy through renunciation of attachment.

You have no body. The scripture declares in many different ways – the well-known dictum: Fear – The word “fear” includes also such states of mind as insecurity,despair, and grief, all of which arise from a consciousness of oneself as limited and separate from others and which therefore can be dispelled.

The Self is not something to be known by the mind; The Self is the very one who knows. Where, then, are the castes or the stages of life? The Brahmavadin journal published an English translation of the separate chapters of the Avadhuta Gita in Volumes 9 through 11, in early 20th century.


There was a problem filtering reviews right now. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. T here are no divine scriptures, no world, no imperative religious practices; There are no gods, no classes or races of men, No stages of life, no superior or inferior; There’s nothing but Brahman, the supreme Reality.

T he Avadhut lives alone in an empty hut; With a pure, even mind, he is always content. Neither birth -nor death pertain to you; You have never been a body. This I know, without any doubt. The essence and the whole of Vedanta is this Knowledge, this supreme Knowledge: I got a slightly different version.

Ancient Wisdom By Dattatreya (20 verses from The Avadhoota Gita)

Wvadhoota Heart of Awareness: Why do you weep, 0 mind? O mighty One, how can you, who are ever-shining, unrestricted. I enjoyed these sayings because there were no troubling remarks aavdhoota the caste system, no seemingly contradictory statements about following one’s dharma caste duty even if it involves a war that destroys mankind. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. You’re the unchanging Self, the same within everyone. Know me to be That.


Why then do you not understand – avashoota you are the unchangeable One, equally perceived in all? There is no you, no me, nor is there this universe. I have no mental activity, good of bad; I have no bodily function, good or bad; I have no verbal action, good or bad.

Avadhuta Gita

Passages of the text are found in numerous Hindu texts, such as in the widely translated Bhagavata Puranawhich is the most popular Purana, where verses 8. O beloved friend, how shall I bow to my own Self, in my Self? Ayurveda Dhanurveda Natya Shastra Sthapatyaveda.

Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. From being a human to divine I am the nectar of Knowledge. In the One, there is neither separation nor union; Truly, there is nothing but Shiva alone. Dattatreya asserts in the text, that the self-realized gitta is “by nature, the formless, all pervasive Self”.