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The man who wears dirty raiments, who is emaciated and








Source: Dhammapada
Category: Chapter XXVI

The man who wears dirty raiments, who is emaciated and covered
with veins, who lives alone in the forest, and meditates, him I call
indeed a Brahmana





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