Samvarta Smriti

Samvarta Smriti is an ancient text written by a Sage Samvarta. This book deals with the moral code of conduct necessary for proper living in the society. Samvarta Smriti contains chapters dealing with topics like celibacy, lack of cleanness, marriages of daughters, repentance of sins and immorality. There is also a great stress on donation. According to Sage Samvarta, by donating generously a person can attain the highest state in human life. There is a special mention of intoxicants, which the Brahmins should abstain from. The teachings of the Samvarta Smriti helps a person to attain the four major goals in life, which are ‘Dharma’, ‘Artha’ ,’Kama’ and ‘Moksha’. 

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śloka from Samvarta Smriti

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