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Student�s Daily Routine

 

�Now the method of study is this. The student who is healthy and has consecrated all his time for study, should rise at dawn or while yet a portion of the night is left, and having performed the necessary ablutions and having saluted the gods, the seers, the cows, the Brahmanas, the guardians, the elders, the adepts and the teachers, and seating himself at ease on even and clean ground, should, concentrating his mind, go over the aphorisms in order, repeating them over and over again, all the while under�standing their import fully, in order to correct his own faults of reading and to recognise the measure of those in the reading of others. In this manner, at noon, in the afternoon and in the night, ever vigilant the student should apply himself to study. This is the method of study�.

�He must be given to cleanliness, devoted to the preceptor, skilful and free from torpor or excessive sleep�.

�He must go to bed after his master has lain down to sleep and must rise from bed before his master��.