Sloka 141: One who decorates himself with the Angaraka (remains of Dhoopa) offered to Lord Vishnu, the sins of such a person are washed away and diseases stay away from him
Sloka 142: All the holy places on this earth that can give salvation can do so only because of the special presence of Lord Hari. That being the case, what is the use of such places to a realized person who sees the Supreme Being in everything?
Sloka 143: Even a person who shouts at a thief and repeatedly exclaims – “Hari (the one who takes away everything) is running!” will attain salvation just like a meritorious person. Note: “Hari” in Sanskrit also means “One who thieves”
Sloka 144: A person who neglects worship of Vishnu and worships other Gods is an ignorant who is discarding Amruta and accepting the deadly poison Halahala
Sloka 145: One who ignores Amruta and drinks ordinary water is a fool. Similarly, one who leaves Lord Hari and worships other Gods is also a fool
Sloka 146: That person who ignores Lord Hari and worships other Gods is like the person who leaves his own Dharma (work – Kaarya) and performs other Dharma
Sloka 147: The sorry state of an ignorant who ignores Lord Hari and worships other Gods is like that of one who doesn’t worship a cow but prays to a donkey!
Sloka 148: One who ignores Lord Hari and worships other Gods is like a thirsty fool who digs a well on the banks of the river Ganga
Sloka 149: Worshiping other Gods while leaving aside worship of Lord Hari is like drinking the water from a well leaving the holy water of Ganga!
Sloka 150: Worshiping other Gods ignoring Lord Hari is like ignoring one’s own mother while bowing to a characterless woman!