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O my mind! Abandon the company of those who have turned away from Hari. (Because) With those men, delusion is born and it becomes an obstacle in the bhajana (of Hari). (Telling about Hari to these men is like) giving camphor pieces for the crow to eat, or taking a dog for an ablution in River Gaṅgā. Why should one bother to apply sandalwood paste on a donkey, or deck up a monkey with ornaments?
Descending arrows on a rock do not pierce it but cause the quiver to become empty. Sūradāsa says that vile-person like black-color will not (mix) accept the hue of other colors.
Translator: Ashutosh Ghildiyal and Animesh Kumar
Submitter: Ashutosh Ghildiyal
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