Chapter 14 Verse 24

SamduHkhsukhH, swasthH, samloshtaashmkaanchanH,
TulyapriyaapriyaH, dheerH, tulyanindaatmsanstutiH ||24||

Translation: (SwasthH) Based on one’s Tatvgyan (samduHkhsukhH) who considers joy and sorrow as same (samloshtaashmkaanchanH) who looks equally upon mud, stone and gold (dheerH) a Tatvgyani i.e. knowledgeable person (TulyapriyaapriyaH) who considers pleasant and unpleasant to be the same and (tulyanindaatm sanstutiH) who remains balanced in his criticism and praise. (24)

Translation

Based on one’s Tatvgyan, who considers joy and sorrow as same, who looks equally upon mud, stone and gold, a Tatvgyani i.e. knowledgeable person who considers pleasant and unpleasant to be same and remains balanced in his criticism and praise.


समदुःखसुखः, स्वस्थः, समलोष्टाश्मकांचनः,
तुल्यप्रियाप्रियः, धीरः, तुल्यनिन्दात्मसंस्तुतिः।।24।।

अनुवाद: (स्वस्थः) अपने तत्व ज्ञान पर आधारित (समदुःखसुखः) दुःख सुखको समान समझनेवाला (समलोष्टाश्मकांचनः) मिट्टी पत्थर और स्वर्णमें समान भाववाला (धीरः) तत्व ज्ञानी (तुल्यप्रियाप्रियः) प्रिय तथा अप्रियको एक सा माननेवाला और (तुल्यनिन्दात्म संस्तुतिः) अपनी निन्दास्तुतिमें भी समान भाववाला है। (24)

Sat Bhakti Sandesh