Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

Gold Star - 27,184 Points (June 15,1942 / Aravayal, karaikudi, Tamil Nadu, South India)

Four Kinds Of Trait - Poem by Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

Assets
Brahmin: Brain
Kshatrya: Ego
Vysya: Desire
Sudhra: Skill

Tools
Brahmin: Knowledge
Kshatrya: Valour
Vysya: Risk
Sudhra: Labour

End
Brahmin: Position
Kshatrya: Power
Vysya: Wealth
Sudhra: Acceptance

Yoga
Brahmin: Jnana
Kshatrya: Raja
Vysya: Bhakthi
Suhra: Karma

Sex
Brahmin: Procreation
Kshatrya: Entertainment
Vysya: Lust
Sudhra: Accident

Weakness
Brahmin: Selfishness
Kshatrya: Error of judgment
Vysya: Sin of pursuit
Sudhra: Slip of impulse

Goal
Brahmin: Security
Kshatrya: Authority
Vysya: comfort
Sudhra: Recognition

Value
Brahmin: Eternal
Kshatrya: Justice
Vysya: Dharma
Sudhra: Dedication

Prohibition
Brahmin: Craving
Kshatrya: Treachery
Vysya: Misery
Sudhra: Rivalry

Analogy (animals)
Brahmin: Fox (cunning)
Kshatrya: Lion (commanding)
Vysya: Rat (hoarding)
Sudhra: Ass (labouring)

Analogy (human)
Brahmin: Head
Kshatrya: Heart
Vysya: Senses
Sudhra: Limbs

Analogy (chariot)
Sudhra: horses
Vysya: Wheels
Kshatrya: Whips
Brahmin: Charioteer.

Strains of the traits
Residually still remain
17.10.99
[Hindus used to live as four different sects]


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 12, 2010

Poem Edited: Friday, August 20, 2010


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