A Free Knowledge verse in Sanskrit

Posted: October 20, 2010 in Activism, computing, Faith, FOSS, Internet, Personal, Science, Software, Systems/Network Administration, Technology

I came across this beautiful Sanskrit verse about the uniqueness of Free Knowledge Sharing: (Find the English Translation below)

न चौर हार्यम न च राज हार्यम |

न भ्रात्रभाज्यम न च भारकारी ||

व्यये कृते वर्धते नित्यं |

विद्या धनं सर्वे धनं प्रधानम् ||

Knowledge can neither be stolen by a thief, nor snatched by a king.

It is indivisible unlike ancestral property, it never burdens the bearer,

it multiplies manifold when offered to others.

Knowledge is the supreme form of wealth.

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Comments
  1. arvind says:

    i want sanskrit terms for

    1. sharing knowlege

    2. Divine and knowledge

    3. Micro vision

    4. Beyond the imagination

  2. VIVEK says:

    ONLY ONE BUT I WANT 5

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