The Ten Commandments
Paramacharya Maha Swamigal
JagadGuru Shri Chandrasekarendra Saraswat
- One of our duties as human beings is to avail ourselves of every opportunity to do good to others. The poor can serve others by their loyal work to the country and the rich by their wealth to help the poor. Those who are influential can use their influence to better the condition of the lowly. That way we can keep alive in our hearts a sense of social service
- Man by himself cannot create even a blade of grass. We will be guilty of gross ingratitude if we do not offer first to God what we eat or wear – only the best and choicest should be offered to Him.
- Life without love is a waste. Everyone should cultivate “Prema” or love towards all human beings, bird and beast.
- Wealth amassed by a person whose heart is closed to charity, is generally dissipated by the inheritors: but the family of philanthropists will always be blessed with happiness.
- A person who has done a meritorious deed will lose the resulting merit if he listens to the praise of others or himself boasts of his deeds.
- It will do not good to grieve over what has happened. If we learn to discriminate between good and evil, that will guard us from falling into the evil again.
- We should utilise to good purpose, the days of our life-time. We should engage ourselves in acts which will contribute to the welfare of others rather than to our selfish desires.
- We should perform duties that have been prescribed for our daily life and also be filled with devotion to God.
- One attains one’s goal by performance of one’s duties.
- Jnana is the only solvent of our troubles and sufferings.
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My fourth Book on spoken English….
1, Why do I say daily?
నేను రోజూ ఎందుకు చెప్తాను?
2, Why am I saying now?
నేను ఇప్పుడు ఎందుకు చెప్తున్నాను?
3, Why did I say yesterday?
నేను నిన్న ఎందుకు చెప్పాను?
4, Why was I saying yesterday?
నేను నిన్న ఎందుకు చెప్తున్నాను?
5, Why shall I say tomorrow?
నేను రేపు ఎందుకు చెప్తాను?
6, Why shall I be saying tomorrow?
నేను రేపు ఎందుకు చెప్తూ వుంటాను?
1, Where do I say daily?
నేను రోజూ ఎక్కడ చెప్తాను?
2, Where am I saying now?
నేను ఇప్పుడు ఎక్కడ చెప్తున్నాను?
3,Where did I say yesterday?
నేను నిన్న ఎక్కడ చెప్పాను?
4, Where was I saying yesterday?
నేను నిన్న ఎక్కడ చెప్తున్నాను?
5, Where shall I say tomorrow?
నేను రేపు ఎక్కడ చెప్తాను?
6, Where shall I be saying tomorrow?
నేను రేపు ఎక్కడ చెప్తూ వుంటాను?
1,When do I say daily?
నేను రోజూ ఎప్పుడు చెప్తాను?
2, When am I saying ?
నేను ఎప్పుడు చెప్తున్నాను?
3,When did I say yesterday?
నేను నిన్న ఎప్పుడు చెప్పాను?
4, When was I saying yesterday?
నేను నిన్న ఎప్పుడు చెప్తున్నాను?
5, When shall I say tomorrow?
నేను రేపు ఎప్పుడు చెప్తాను?
6, When shall I be saying tomorrow?
నేను రేపు ఎప్పుడు చెప్తూవుంటాను?
1,How do I say daily?
నేను రోజూ ఎలా చెప్తాను?
2, How am I saying now?
నేను ఇప్పుడు ఎలా చెప్తున్నాను?
3,How did I say yesterday?
నేను నిన్న ఎలా చెప్పాను?
4, How was I saying yesterday?
నేను నిన్న ఎలా చెప్తున్నాను?
5, How shall I say tomorrow?
నేను రేపు ఎలా చెప్తాను?
6, How shall I be saying tomorrow?
నేను రేపు ఎలా చెప్తూవుంటాను?
Please Note _ Practise these sentences with 9 verbs.
kamala Madam’s Spoken English books for Government schools
For Govt Primary school students
Dictionary ( For 1 – 5th class students Both in A.P & T.States )
For Govt High school students
The below file in word document for more clarity…
Spoken English with Telugu explanation .72 mns.Mp3( My first audio lesson)
My Second Audio on spoken English
Spoken English Basics . Part – 1
Spoken English basics part – 2
Active Voice and Passive voice ( Pdf )
kamala Madam audio on spoken English with Telugu meanings. Part-1
kamala Madam audio on spoken English with Telugu meanings. Part-2