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    Aruna started his studies in Advaita Vedanta and the Sanskrit language in at an intensive three-year program in a traditional gurukulam, outside Bombay, India, under Shri Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati, the most renowned Sanskrit and Advaita Vedanta scholar of the past century. Stepping outside his academic background in Western philosophy, Aruna immersed himself in the deepest, oldest spiritual tradition in the world.

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    This detailed study opened his eyes. In this ancient teaching, Aruna found a complete merging of the intellect and heart.

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    Aruna has lived and studied in a traditional teaching gurukulam for over nine years in India and two years in the U. Wishing to help yoga students ground the traditional purpose of yoga in the revered scriptures of India, Aruna releases Patanjali Yoga Sutras: Translation and Commentary in the Light of Vedanta Scripture.

    Seeing all these kinsmen thus standing arrayed, Kaunteya, invaded by great pity, uttered this in sadness and dejection: I am not able to stand and my mind seems to be whirling; also I see evil omens, O Keshava. Nor do I see any good in slaying my own people in battle; O Krishna, I desire not victory, nor kingdom, nor pleasures.

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    What is kingdom to us, O Govinda, what enjoyment, what even life? What pleasures can be ours after killing the sons of Dhritarashtra. O Janardana? Sin will take hold of us in slaying them, though they are the aggressors. So it is not fit that we kill the sons of Dhritarashtra, our kinsmen; indeed how may we be happy, O Madhava, killing our own people? Although these, with a consciousness clouded with greed, see no guilt in the destruction of the family, no crime in hostility to friends, why should not we have the wisdom to draw hack from such a sin, O Janardana, we who see the evil in the destruction of the family?

    In the annihilation of the family the eternal traditions of the family are destroyed; in the collapse of traditions, lawlessness overcomes the whole family, Owing to predominance of lawlessness, O Krishna, the women of the family become corrupt; women corrupted, O Varshneya, the confusion of the Varnas arises. This confusion leads to hell the ruiners of the family, and the family; for their ancestors fall, deprived of pinda rice offering and libations. By these misdeeds of the ruiners of the family leading to the confusion of the orders, the eternal laws of the race and moral law of the family are destroyed.

    And men whose family morals are corrupted, O Janardana, live for ever in hell. Thus have we heard.

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    It is more for my welfare that the sons of Dhritarashtra armed should slay me unarmed and unresisting. I will not fight.

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