(4:1) Oath of flowers – they attract men. Applaud the laughter of children.
(4:2) they are accustomed to natural behavior. Let them be it. They like romping, laugh seeing birds and kites or aero plane. They can know how to fly in the sky inwardly.
(4:3) O race, do not set any religion on their mind dominantly. Secure them, and give (them) moral instruction to conduct with their companions. Don’t frighten them by any means informing the knowledge of death, hereafter etc.
(4:4) keep your eyes over them. Don’t hit them, but love them genuinely.
(4:5) Oath of cuckoo – it is excellently time-conscious. You inform them the substance of all religions to them when their age is 12 years up. Create their conscience. Don’t let them in maintaining rites before being 16 years old, because in the time they have neither adequate social studies nor enough discretion.
(4:6) let them read philosophy, history, ethics, psychology by any means. Let them become self-conscious.
(4:7) a man can be self-conscious when he will be 40 years old.
(4:8) Mind, an ignorant man can never be a drishtantoist.
(This is the forth chapter of Drishtantoist scripture, Mangolbarta, translated from Bangla.)