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He in whom a desire for the Ineffable (Nirvana) has








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XVI

He in whom a desire for the Ineffable (Nirvana) has sprung up,
who is satisfied in his mind, and whose thoughts are not bewildered by
love, he is called urdhvamsrotas (carried upwards by the stream)





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