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Likh Le

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 143, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'They shall never enter into any transactions regarding land and/or money even with their own sons/family members and friends, without having it in writing with proper evidence'

Fake Sadhu

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 24, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'None shall follow the religious impostors (fake sadhus) who have their own agenda and not following the Vedic scriptures.'

Cleanliness

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 32, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall never excrete, urinate, spit in places such as, at the entrance of a house, ponds, riverbanks, main roads, fields sown with seeds, shades of trees, etc.' and ensure its kept clean at all times.

Bad Company

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 27, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall not associate with thieves, sinners, addicts, hypocrites, and lustful or dishonest person, who deceive people with such activities.'

Andhashraddha

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 27, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall not associate with people who mislead, hides the truth, or promotes a belief, concept, or idea that is not true. It is often done for personal gain. These are known as deceitful (Kimiya).

Addiction

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 18, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'My devotees, male or female shall not commit adultery and shall abstain from vices like gambling. They shall not eat, drink or inhale intoxicants such as bhang, tobacco or snuff

Bribery

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 26, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall never speak such truth which might bring harm to oneself or others nor keep the company of ungrateful people nor take bribes from anyone

Keeping a Budget

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 145, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall only spend within the limit of their income. All shall clearly understand that those who spend more then their income put them selves into severe difficulties

Insult

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 35, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall never disrespect or insult a guru, a person who is great honourable in society, a worker, or a man with arms

Salary

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 152, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'They shall pay the agreed remuneration in cash or food grains to persons employed by them and under no circumstances pay less than the agreed amount

Blame

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 20, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall never make false accusations, even if it serves ones interest'

Owner

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 17, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'No article, even firewood, flowers, etc. owned by others shall ever be taken without their owners permission'

Animal Cruelty

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 12, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'My devotees shall never kill any living creature such as goats, deer, rabbits, fish, etc. even as a sacrifice for the yagna of deties and ancestors as non-violence is declared by all scriptures to be the highest Dharma'

Privacy

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 75, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall never disclose the secrets of others to anyone'

Environment

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 8, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'All those who observe the rules of good conduct, such as non-violence, as prescribed by the Shastras, such as Shreemad Bhagwat for the good of all souls, shall attain great happiness in this world and in the next'

Emergency

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 119, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'In the event of calamity, which has befallen naturally or through a person or an epidemic, etc. one shall always act in such a way that one can save ones own life and also that of others, but shall never act otherwise'

Favour

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 26, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall avoid company of ungrateful persons or shall ever accept illegal gratification from anybody.'

Toilet

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 32, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall never excrete, urinate or spit in places which have been prohibited by religious scriptures and society such as deteriorated temples, banks of rivers or ponds, pathways, fields sown with seeds, shades of trees, orchards and gardens'

Suicide

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 14, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'One shall never commit suicide even in a place of pilgrimage through anger due to stress caused by some unworthy behaviour, by taking poison, by strangulation, by jumping into a well or from a hill top or by any other means'

Taunt

This episode teaches us the learnings from Shikshapatri Shloka 159, where Lord Swaminarayan writes 'None shall utter bitter words to their families, friends or any person'