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There are other examples like Yudhiṣṭhira lyingYudhiṣṭhira lying in the battlefield to deceive Droṇa who seemed invincible when he was launching an array of weapons on the Pāṇḍava army.

There are other examples like Yudhiṣṭhira lying in the battlefield to deceive Droṇa who seemed invincible when he was launching an array of weapons on the Pāṇḍava army.

There are other examples like Yudhiṣṭhira lying in the battlefield to deceive Droṇa who seemed invincible when he was launching an array of weapons on the Pāṇḍava army.

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Taittirīya Upaniṣad (1.11) also says:

सत्यं वद । धर्मं चर ॥ २ ॥

satyaṃ vada | dharmaṃ cara || 2 ||

2. Speak the true. Follow Dharma.

Taittirīya Upaniṣad (1.11) also says:

सत्यं वद । धर्मं चर ॥ २ ॥

satyaṃ vada | dharmaṃ cara || 2 ||

2. Speak the true. Follow Dharma.

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In Karṇa Parva of the Mahābhārata, Kṛṣṇa, speaking on dharma, truth, dharma, keeping one's vows etc., narrates the following story to Arjuna.

And in Śānti-parva, responding to Yudhiṣṭhira's query: "How should a person, who wishes to follow virtue, act?"How should a person, who wishes to follow virtue, act?", Bhīṣma says:

But the majority of time, one should follow dharma and satya. Manu defines the ten essentialscharacteristics of dharma as follows. Truth (satya) is also one of them.

Dhriti Kshama Damosteyam Shaucham Indriyanigrahaधृतिः क्षमा दमोऽस्तेयं शौचमिन्द्रियनिग्रहः ।
Dheervidyaधीर्विद्या Satyaसत्यमक्रोधो दशकं धर्मलक्षणम् ॥ ९२ ॥

dhṛtiḥ kṣamā damo'steyaṃ śaucamindriyanigrahaḥ |
dhīrvidyā satyamakrodho dashakam Dharma Lakshanam     [Manusmriti 6.92]daśakaṃ dharmalakṣaṇam || 92 ||

Dharma has ten characteristics, i.e., patience or perseverance(1) Steadiness (dhriti2) Forgiveness, forgiveness (kshama3), self Self-restraintcontrol, (dama4) Abstention from unrighteous appropriation, not to take possessions of others without permission (asteya5) Purity, internal and external purification (shaucha6), control Control of sensesthe Sense-organs, (indriya nigraha7) Discrimination, intellect (dhi8) Knowledge, acquisition of accurate knowledge (vidya9), truth (satya)Truthfulness, abstaining from angerand (akrodha10) Absence of anger,—these are the ten-fold forms of duty. — [Manu-smṛti 6.92]

In Karṇa Parva of the Mahābhārata, Kṛṣṇa speaking on dharma, truth, keeping one's vows etc., narrates the following story to Arjuna.

And in Śānti-parva, responding to Yudhiṣṭhira's query: "How should a person, who wishes to follow virtue, act?", Bhīṣma says:

But the majority of time, one should follow dharma and satya. Manu defines the ten essentials of dharma as follows. Truth (satya) is also one of them.

Dhriti Kshama Damosteyam Shaucham Indriyanigraha
Dheervidya Satyamakrodho dashakam Dharma Lakshanam     [Manusmriti 6.92]

Dharma has ten characteristics, i.e., patience or perseverance (dhriti), forgiveness (kshama), self-restraint (dama), not to take possessions of others without permission (asteya), internal and external purification (shaucha), control of senses (indriya nigraha), intellect (dhi), acquisition of accurate knowledge (vidya), truth (satya), abstaining from anger (akrodha).

In Karṇa Parva of the Mahābhārata, Kṛṣṇa, speaking on truth, dharma, keeping one's vows etc., narrates the following story to Arjuna.

And in Śānti-parva, responding to Yudhiṣṭhira's query: "How should a person, who wishes to follow virtue, act?", Bhīṣma says:

But the majority of time, one should follow dharma and satya. Manu defines the ten characteristics of dharma as follows. Truth (satya) is also one of them.

धृतिः क्षमा दमोऽस्तेयं शौचमिन्द्रियनिग्रहः ।
धीर्विद्या सत्यमक्रोधो दशकं धर्मलक्षणम् ॥ ९२ ॥

dhṛtiḥ kṣamā damo'steyaṃ śaucamindriyanigrahaḥ |
dhīrvidyā satyamakrodho daśakaṃ dharmalakṣaṇam || 92 ||

(1) Steadiness (2) Forgiveness, (3) Self-control, (4) Abstention from unrighteous appropriation, (5) Purity, (6) Control of the Sense-organs, (7) Discrimination, (8) Knowledge, (9) Truthfulness, and (10) Absence of anger,—these are the ten-fold forms of duty. — [Manu-smṛti 6.92]

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