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Kapila

[ kah-pi-luh ]

noun

  1. flourished early 6th century b.c., Hindu philosopher: reputed founder of the Sankhya system of Hindu philosophy.


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Leading a Brahmacharya mode of life and with concentrated soul, one should proceed next to the tirtha called Kapila.

Bathing there and worshipping one's own Pitris and the gods, a man earneth the fruit of the gift of a thousand Kapila kine.

Bathing there at the Nagatirtha one obtaineth, O king, the merit of giving away a thousand Kapila kine.

There, O king, on the mountains, the cow called Kapila used to range with her calf.

And they saw the magnanimous Kapila, who looked like a perfect mass of splendour.

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