Top 6 Quotes of Nagarjuna Akkineni

Nagarjuna has portrayed something in more than 100 films in various languages. He is one of the evergreen performers in Indian films.

Akkineni Nagarjuna Rao is a distinguished Indian actor who acts mainly in Telugu language movies. Apart from Telugu, he further worked in many languages including Hindi and Tamil. He has portrayed something in more than 100 films in various languages. He is one of the evergreen performers in Indian films.

“The Buddha taught some people the teachings of duality that help them avoid sin and acquire spiritual merit. To others, he taught non-duality, which some find profoundly frightening.”
The Buddha is known for sacrifice and detachment. Attachment causes misery and so he taught one side to few people who became scholars and understood the real meaning of philosophy and life. Those who understood that duality causes happiness and grief avoided sin but those who adopted non-duality felt timid.


“A highly learned man has two sources of happiness: either he abandons all earthly interests, or else he possesses much which could be abandoned.”
Happiness can be attained in two ways. Either by detaching ourselves from everything so that we don’t expect anything and we don’t get hurt and another way is acquiring every possible thing and enjoying the most out of this momentous life.

“All philosophies are mental fabrications. There has never been a single doctrine by which one could enter the true essence of things.”
Philosophies are mental concoctions as per many people. The reason behind it is the way preaching or brainwashing is done. Organizations don’t preach their mission but try to blaspheme others so to produce supremacy. The exact purpose is never discussed in this entire business.

“Great compassion penetrates into the marrow of the bone. It is the support of all living beings. Like the love of a parent for an only child, the tenderness of the Compassionate One is all-pervasive.”
We as humans are sympathetic for each other. The point when these doctrines enter our life our unity gets slashed and we become mere followers of a specific group. We have compassion in every breath. The innocence of feeling compassionate for everyone is all attractive and ubiquitous.

“Even offering three hundred bowls of food three times a day does not match the spiritual merit gained in one moment of love.”
We can’t compare anything in this world. Everything has value and is irreplaceable. We can’t attain perks even after working for the whole life but, our friend can accomplish everything just by doing one good thing. Love must be there in every activity. Love can wash away every sin and elevate our position in this reality.

“A Buddha teaches according to the tolerance of his students; Some he urges to refrain from sins, others to do good, Some to rely on dualism, other on non-dualism; And to some, he teaches the profound, The terrifying, the practice of enlightenment, Whose essence is an emptiness that is compassion.”
Buddha really was a great scholar as he taught everyone according to his or her leniency. The ultimate truth can’t be preached to everyone. The one who is most eager to hear gets to know about validity whereas the one who is casual about things gets stuck in the outer covering of this world.