Lesson 11 

Vow concerned with remaining within the set limits of the six directions 

Chhathhthhu(n) ďisivrať 
vow concerned with remaining within the set limits of the six directions 
Uddaďisinu Yathaaparimaań 
limit set for the upward direction 
Adho ďisinu Yathaaparimaań 
limit set for the downward direction 
ťiriya ďisinu Yathaaparimaań 
limits set for the directions of the intermediary land, i.e. east, west, north and south 
E yathaaparimaań Kidhun Chhe ťe upraanť saichchhae 
Having set such limits, to cross them willingly and physically 
kaayaae jai ne paa(n)ch aashrav sevavaa naa pachchakkhaań 
Commit five evils (violence, lies, theft, sensuality, greed) I forbid myself

Jaavajjivae 
as long as I live

ďuviham 
by two acts

ťiviheńam 
by three means

Na karemi na kaarvemi 
I shall not do

Mańsaa 
by mind

Vaysaa 
by word

Kaaysaa 
by body

Evaa chhathhthhaa ďisi Vermań Vraťnaa 
of such vow which is concerned with remaining within the set limits of six directions,

Panch Aiyaaraa 
there are five blemishes

Jańiyavvaa 
worth kbowing

Na Samayriyavvaa 
but not worth doing

ťam jahaa 
as they are

ťe Aaloun 
I say

Uddaďisipamańaaikkame 
Have crossed the limit of the upward direction 
Adho ďisipamańaaikkame 
have crossed the limit of the lower direction 
ťiriy ďisipamańaaikkame 
have crossed the limits of east, west, north, south directions 
Kheťvuddhi 
have curtailed the limit of one direction to extend the limit of other 
Saiantarddhaae 
have proceeded inspite of suspecting that the limit is over 
ťassa Michchhaami ďukkadam 
may my such sin be dissolved 
This vow is concerned with remaining within the set limits or boundaries of the six directions. 
