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Vinoba’s thoughts on the song are contained in some of the eight books. Gitai, Gitapravachane, Gitai-economics, another form of which is Gitai Chintanika. Vellore Jail (Gita) Lectures, Sthitapragya-Darshanam, Saptashakti, Gita and Samyasutra Explanation and Samyasutra-Explanation. Such as ‘Ashtadhyayi’. Apart from the Samyasutras, other literatures are introduced here. Now, let us learn about Vinoba’s thoughts on Samyasutra.
This thought was published as ‘Samyasutrani’. They have also been translated. There is a history behind the construction of these similarities. This is the story of when the Bhutanese expedition began in Koraput (Orissa). This part is dominated by tribals. Settlements are low. With that Vinob rested a bit. When he rests, his motto is meditation. This time he composed the ‘Samyasutra’.
This composition in Sanskrit is the basis for lyrical discourses. When dividing these lectures, he gave 108 suggestive highlights. Based on that 108 comparisons were created. He later composed 432 Gita discourses and named them ‘Samyasutra Profession:’ In short, of the 540 principles, he recited the intended hymn. If these are the lessons of the principles we live in the Vinoba symmetrical lyric.
Of these, Vinoba gave eight lectures on 18 similarities. These speeches were made at the All India Sarvodaya Sammelan (1957) in Mysore. This topic has been published. There are also brief comments on the similarities in Vinoba’s entire literature. This thought is called ‘aerial vision’.
It also appears in almost every literary principle of Vinob. He revealed the reason behind it. ‘Even in ancient and medieval India, there was a very ancient tradition of exhibiting philosophical ideas in the Sutras. I have long wanted to follow that tradition and be the ideal for our life. His wish was fulfilled in symmetrical form. Because he was able to explain why and how Gita’s biography is. There are two other elements to the Vinoba formula. The first is their obedience to mathematics. Their devotion is evident in expressions such as ‘I respect mathematics after God’ or ‘there is no science equal to mathematics’. It is beyond love.
Mathematics must be a very precise subject for formulation. The formula is to indicate.
The formula is a simple sentence written in minimal letters, the meaning is very clear, it makes a point that it can be used in all examples. All these features are found in the Vinoba Sutra literature.
The second reference is khadi. Khadi has the highest position in Sarvodaya. Sage Gritsamad prayed to God to ‘break my thread’. Vinoba considered this prayer important. Vinoba herself adopted the Sutra-yagna, either in literature or in everyday work.