Sanskrit Axioms on Wealth

Learn Sanskrit Axioms on Wealth. Its transliteration, meaning in English and Hindi are also listed for better understanding.

In Sanskrit literature, there are many ways in which wisdom is imparted.

Axioms were one of the ways used by wise men to explain difficult things in an easy to understand way.

उत्तमं स्वार्जितं धनम्।

Transliteration – Uttamaṃ svārjitaṃ dhanam ।

The above given axiom’s translation in English is “Self earned wealth is always superior” and in Hindi is “स्वयं कमाया हुआ धन श्रेष्ठ होता है।”.

न वित्तेन तर्पणीयो मनुष्यः।

Transliteration – Na vittena tarpaṇīyo manuṣyaḥ।

The above given axiom’s translation in English is “A human being cannot be satisfied with wealth” and in Hindi is “धन से मनुष्य की संतुष्टी नहीं हो सकती।”.

Wealth Greed

भूत्यै जागरणम्, अभूत्यै स्वप्नम्।

Transliteration – Bhūtyai jāgaraṇam, abhūtyai svapnam।

The above given axiom’s translation in English is “One can become wealthy by being aware, whereas one can become poor by being lazy” and in Hindi is “जागरूकता से ऐश्वर्य और निद्रा से दरिद्रता प्राप्त होती है।”.

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