Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 14:03 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 14:03


tkl.1.1.01 What Profit have those derived from learning, who worship not the good feet of Him who is possessed of pure Knowledge
tkl.1.1.03 The World is within the Knowledge of him who knows the properties of taste, sight, touch, hearing and smell.
tkl.1.2.03 That their Children should possess Knowledge is more pleasing to all men of this great Earth than to themselves.
tkl.1.2.07 1.2.7 The Knowledge of Benefits Conferred: Gratitude
tkl.1.2.09 Knowing that self control is Knowledge, if a man should control himself, in the prescribed course, such self control will bring him distinction among the wise.
tkl.1.2.14 What is the advantage of extensive and accurate Knowledge if a man through covetousness act senselessly towards all
tkl.1.2.18 1.2.18 The Knowledge of what is Befitting a Man s Position
tkl.1.2.18 The Wealth of that man of eminent Knowledge who Desires to exercise the benevolence approved of by the world, is like the full Waters of a City tank.
tkl.1.3.05 That Black Knowledge which is called fraud, is not in those who Desire that greatness which is called rectitude.
tkl.1.3.08 What benefit has he derived from his Knowledge, who does not endeavour to keep off pain from another as much as from himself
tkl.1.3.12 1.3.12 Knowledge of the True
tkl.1.3.12 Even those who have all the Knowledge which can be attained by the Five senses, will derive no benefit from it, if they are without a Knowledge of the true nature of things.
tkl.1.3.12 (True) Knowledge is the perception concerning every thing of whatever kind, that that thing is the true thing.
tkl.1.3.12 Who learn, and here the Knowledge of the true obtain,
tkl.1.3.12 True Knowledge consists in the removal of ignorance; which is (the cause of) births, and the perception of the True Being who is (the bestower of) Heaven.
tkl.1.4.01 An adverse fate produces folly, and a prosperous fate produces enlarged Knowledge.
tkl.1.4.01 Although (a man) may study the most polished treatises, the Knowledge which fate has decreed to him will still prevail.
tkl.1.4.01 There are (through fate) Two different natures in the world, hence the difference (observable in men) in (their acquisition of) Wealth, and in their attainment of Knowledge.
tkl.2.1.01 A sleepless promptitude, Knowledge, decision strong:
tkl.2.1.02 Water will flow from a well in the sand in proportion to the depth to which it is dug, and Knowledge will flow from a man in proportion to his learning.
tkl.2.1.03 To speak in an assembly (of the learned) without fullness of Knowledge, is like playing at chess (on a board) without squares.
tkl.2.1.03 Although the natural Knowledge of an unlearned man may be very good, the wise will not accept for true Knowledge.
tkl.2.1.03 The Beauty and goodness of one who is destitute of Knowledge by the study of great and exquisite works, is like (the Beauty and goodness) of a painted Earthen Doll.
tkl.2.1.05 2.1.5 The Possession of Knowledge
tkl.2.1.07 Let (a King) ponder well its value, and secure the Friendship of men of Virtue and of mature Knowledge.
tkl.2.1.10 2.1.10. The Knowledge of Power
tkl.2.1.10 Who know what can be wrought, with Knowledge of the means, on this,
tkl.2.1.10 With Knowledge of the measure due, as Virtue bids you give!
tkl.2.1.14 Let the choice (of a King) fall upon him who largely possesses these Four things, Love, Knowledge, a clear Mind and Freedom from Covetousness.
tkl.2.1.16 Forgetfulness will destroy Fame, even as constant Poverty destroys Knowledge.
tkl.2.1.21 Let a King employ Spies so that one may have no Knowledge of the other; and when the information of Three agrees together, let him receive it.
tkl.2.2.05 Love, Knowledge, Power of chosen words, Three things,
tkl.2.2.05 Love (to his Sovereign), Knowledge (of his affairs), and a discriminating Power of Speech (before other Sovereigns) are the Three sine qua non qualifications of an Ambassador.
tkl.2.2.05 Sense, goodly Grace, and Knowledge exquisite.
tkl.2.2.07 2.2.7. The Knowledge of Indications
tkl.2.2.07 Is there anything so full of Knowledge as the face (No.) it precedes the mind, whether (the latter is) pleased or vexed.
tkl.2.2.08 2.2.8. The Knowledge of the Council Chamber
tkl.2.2.08 Let the good who know the uses of words speak with a clear Knowledge after ascertaining the time (suited to the court).
tkl.2.2.09 Ministers() should agreeably set forth their acquirements before the learned and acquire more Knowledge() from their superiors (in learning).
tkl.2.3.03 The Wealth acquired with a Knowledge of the proper means and without foul practices will yield Virtue and happiness.
tkl.2.3.12 Want of Knowledge, mid all wants the sorest want we deem;
tkl.2.3.12 That man is blind to Eyes that will not see who Knowledge shows;
tkl.2.3.19 Those whose Knowledge is made excellent by their (natural) sense will not covet the trffling delights of those whose favours are common (to all).
tkl.2.4.08 The manly act and Knowledge full, when these combine
tkl.3.2.03 It is not hard for all the Town the Knowledge to obtain,

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