SAINT DNYANESHWAR ANURADHA KADU (03) IV SEM FSSHIVANI WAGHMARE (23) IV SEM FSGROUP NO :- 15HISTORYThe Dnyaneshwar was bornin 1275. The birth place of Dnyaneshwar isApegaon which is small village situated on the bank of Godavari rivernear Paithan Maharashtra. The Dnyaneshwar was belonging the brahmanfamily. He married to the Rukhmabai. The Dnyaneshwar also called as “Dnyandev” and”Mauli”. Dnyaneshwarwas the second of four children of Vitthal Govind Kulkarni and Rukmini, areligious family from the village. He is the Marathi saint, philosopher, yogiand poet.
He was a 13th-century Marathi saint in the Maharashtra. Dnyaneshwarwas the unofficial leader of the contemporary saints like Saint Sawata Mali,Saint Namdev, Saint Gora Kumbhar, Saint Narhari Sonar and Saint Chokha Mela. Hewrote the “Dnyaneshwari” in marathi and “Amutanubhav”. He also wrote theMarathi “Bhagwat Geeta” which is in sanskrit language. He was died in 1296. Atthe age of 21 he takes the “Sanjeevan Samadhi” in Alandi. QUOTE:1.” May the evil minded, their wickedness shed | Maytheir intellect turn to pious and good deeds instead || May all living beingsfind themselves bonded | By friendly ties of soul companionship||”MEANING:In the above shloka the Saint wantto say that the bad people should destroyed their evil thinking from theirmind.
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They should get initiative to do good deeds for themselves. In every badperson there is always a good quality. If person doing some good things thenthe negativity is decreased. And people should maintain the good relationshipamong them.COMPARISONWITH PRINCIPLE OF MANAGEMENT:1.
Negativity:2. Maintain relationship3. Good deedsNegativity: The person should notthink the evil things they should remove the negativity from their minds.Maintain relationship: They should maintaintheir relationship with everyone, so they can be close friend of everyone.Good deeds: Do some good deeds forpeople and for this world to live happily. Everything is good if the persondoes the good things.
QUOTE:2.” May the darkness ofignorant disappear | May the universe see the Sun of self-consciousness || Maywhatsoever aspirations of those be fulfilled | Of all living beings||”MEANING:In the above shloka the Saint wantto say that the evil deeds should be vanished then the people can see theglowing themselves. The religion is not matter here but everyone should respecttheir religion.
Every religion teaches the good things. If the people followtheir own religion then it is good for them and they will live happily. Andpeople have the ability to understand and share the feeling of another.COMPARISON WITH PRINCIPLEOF MANAGEMENT:1.
Empathetic2. Respect3. FollowingEmpathetic: It indicate that theeveryone should understand the other feelings.Respect: Respect every religionand every person, for happening some good things in their life.Following: Follow their ownreligion and the choice good path.QUOTE:3.” May shower all over the pious bliss Divine | Maythe world be full of Saintly beings benign || May incessantly in the Universe |Meet the living beings||”MEANING:In the above shloka the Saint wantto say that the person is true for some period of time, they ruin their lifeonly focusing on food, clothes, money and house.
Those things are notpermanent, but people never understand the importance of valuable things intheir life. Their emotions are not fixed, and such kind of people areeverywhere in this world.COMPARISON WITH PRINCIPLEOF MANAGEMENT:1. Controlling2.
Self-Awareness3. HumanityControlling: The people shouldcontrol their greedy nature for being a good human.Self-awareness: Everyone shouldunderstand their own qualities which is helpful for this world and how theywill be contribute some good things in the world.Humanity: Their emotions shouldbe same for everyone.
They should be humble or kind to everyone and makeeveryone happy. There emotions should not be temporary. QUOTE:4.”Moving groves of wish granting trees | Colonies of conscious wish fulfillingjewels.
These saints are, speaking oceans | Full of pious Nectary Divine||”MEANING:In the above shloka the Saint wantto say that some peoples are helpful who help others without any expectationsand those peoples are everywhere in the society. And they spread the elixir in the worldthrough their teaching and sharing their knowledge to others, which will lastforever. Encouraging others to motivate actions to accomplish the goals and expand what you know is thebest thing we can do for others.
In this world only few people are there whoare good in nature and have ability to share what they have.COMPARISON WITH PRINCIPLE OFMANAGEMENT:1. Devote 2. Encourage 3.
Sharing knowledge 4. MotivationDevote: To give all or most of one’s time or resourcesto any person. Appropriate to or concentrate on a particular pursuit,occupation, purpose, cause, etc.Encourage: If you encourage someone, you give themconfidence. If someone is encouraged bysomething that happens, it gives them hope or confidence.Sharing knowledge: It expands what you know. Sharing yourexpertise is an inviting a new conversation.
If you keep your eyes, ears, andmind open, you may learn something in the process as well. Knowledge sharing is anactivity through which knowledge isexchanged among people, friends, families, communities or organizations.Motivation: It is the process of stimulating peopleto actions to accomplish the goals. It is a reason or reasons for acting orbehaving in a particular way.QUOTE:5.” A Moon without a smear | A Sun without a hot sear|| Always to one and all, these hallowed saints | Become kith and kin dear ||”MEANING:In the above shloka the Saint wantto say that some people are pleasant and calm in nature, and they are spotlessunlike Moon. They will make all bad once into good one and they will glow andshine brighter in the sun, while not harming others. These people are great.
And we must be good with others all the time and such people can become ourrelative or friend. COMPARISON WITH PRINCIPLE OF MANAGEMENT:1. Kind2.
Greatness3. Hard work.4. Calm Kind: The person should have helpful in nature for anyone. Each of the elements (bread and wine) of the Eucharist.Greatness: When anindividual contributes to an organization team or purpose that is greater thanthemselves. The quality of being great; eminence ordistinction.Hard work: Hard work is the basis for everything for achievingsomething in life.
Everyone should focus on their ability and do the hard workfor achieving the success.Calm: Not showing or feelingnervousness, anger, or other strong emotions. Or to stop someone feeling upset, angry,or excited.