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" Formerly, how many flowers have I gathered and scattered, How many prayers have I repeated in a vain worship! While yet in the prime of my life, how much water have I poured out! And, moreover, how often have I encompassed the holy places of Siven! This... "
Ellis's Commentary on and Translation of Selections from Tirukkuṟaḷ - Page 34
by Tiruvaḷḷuvar - 1819 - 304 pages
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Personal Narrative of a Mission to the South of India: From 1820 to 1828, Part 1

Elijah Hoole - India - 1829 - 332 pages
...water have I poured out! And, moreover, how often have I encompassed the holy places of Siven! This I have left off; for the wise, who know the true God,...Lord of heavenly beings, Believe not the idol of the temple, apparent to the eyes, to be God, nor lift up to it their hands. " While taking up the water...
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The Ceylon magazine

...water have I poured out ? And moreover, haw often have I encompassed the holy places of Sim, This I have left off, for the wise who know the true God,...not the Idol of the temples apparent to the eyes to bo God, not lift up to it their bauds."— Eltit. Speaking of the Vedas, he says: " Though you read...
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Madras, Mysore, and the South of India: Or A Personal Narrative of a Mission ...

Elijah Hoole - India - 1844 - 443 pages
...how often have I encompassed the holy places of Siven ! This I have left off; for the wise, who knows the true God, the Lord of heavenly beings, Believe not the idol of the temple, apparent to the eyes, to be God, nor lift up to it their hands. " While taking up the water...
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The Bhagavat-geeta, Or, Dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon: In Eighteen ...

John Garrett - 1846 - 176 pages
...how much water have I poured out? And moreover how often have I encompassed the fanes of Siva, This I have left off, for the wise who know the true God, the Lord of heavenly beinps, Believe not the idol of the temples (apparent to the eyes,) to be God, nor lift up to it the...
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The Bhagavat-Geeta, Or, Dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon in Eighteen Lectures ...

J. Garrett - Bhagavadgītā - 1849 - 176 pages
...how much water have I poured out? And moreover how often have I encompassed the fanes of Siva, This I have left off, for the wise who know the true God,...not the idol of the temples (apparent to the eyes,) tobe God, nor lift up to it the hands. Euscbius has assured us that the ancient Brahmans worshipped...
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The land of the Veda: India briefly described in some of its aspects ...

Peter Percival - 1854
...poured out! And, moreover, how often have I encompassed the holy places of Siva! This I have left oS, for the wise who know the true God, the Lord of heavenly...temples, apparent to the eyes, to be God, nor lift up to it their hands. While taking up the water and throwing it again into the water (in performing...
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Classified Catalogue of Tamil Printed Books: With Introductory Notices

Tamil imprints - 1865 - 287 pages
...water have I poured out ? And, moreover, how often have I encompassed the holy places of Siven ; This I have left off, for the wise who know the true God,...the temples apparent to the eyes to be God, nor lift up to it their hands." "As milk once drawn cannot again enter the udder, nor butter churned be re-combined...
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