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Behold, my quee, the Himalayas

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Behold, my queen, the Himalayas, how grand and beautiful they are; I love them. They do not give me anything, but my nature is to love the grand, the beautiful, therefore I love them. Similarly, I love the Lord. He is the source of all beauty, of all sublimity. He is the only object to be loved; my nature is to love Him, and therefore I love. I do not pray for anything; I do not ask for anything. Let Him place me wherever He likes. I must love Him for love’s sake. Yudhisthira in the Mahabharata

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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "The very essence of bhakti, of devotion, is to love, act in it and with it, without results, for all fruits of our labor is the Lord's."
2 Enakshi Ganguly = ""In the Hindu epic Mahabharata,Yudhisthira (Sanskrit: युधिष्ठिर, yudhiṣṭhira) was the eldest son of King Pandu and Queen Kunti and the king of Indraprastha and later of Hastinapura (Kuru). For his piety, he was known as Dharmaraja. He was the leader of the successful Pandava side in the Kurukshetra War. At the end of the epic, he ascended to heaven.By the description of Vyasa and Krishna the king was fair and lotus-eyed, with a long and stout nose, tall and strong but humble like any other citizen."Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yudhisthira"
3 Enakshi Ganguly = "The Mahabharat is one of the longest epics in the history of the world detailing the spiritual, physical and political battle between two cousin families. "