Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and Charles A. Moore, edd.,
A Source Book in Indian Philosophy
(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957), p. 235 (from Sarva-Siddhanta-Samgraha
8. There is no world other than this; there is no heaven and no
hell; the realm of Siva and like regions are invented by stupid
impostors of other schools of thought.
9. The enjoyment of heaven lies in eating delicious food, keeping
company of young women, using fine clothes, perfumes, garlands,
sandal paste, etc.
10. The pain of hell lies in the troubles that arise from enemies,
weapons, diseases; while liberation (mokṣa) is death which is the
cessation of life-breath.
11. The wise therefore ought not to take pains on account of that
[i.e., liberation]; it is only the fool who wears himself out by penances,
12. Chastity and other such ordinances are laid down by clever
weaklings. Gifts of gold and land, the pleasure of invitations to
dinner, are devised by indigent people with stomachs lean with