n the memory of the Hindus, Hinduism would live forever" -- Mahatma Gandhi
तेन त्यक्तेन भुञ्जीथा मा गृधः कस्यस्विद्धनम् ।। १ ।।
This entire universe is pervaded by the God. Giving it all up, enjoy it, and do not seek wealth of others.
Vidyasankar Sundaresan "Do not seek the wealth of others" is a limited interpretation. The operative particle here, suffixed to kasya-, is -svit, not -cit. As such, "kasyasvid-dhanam?" is a rhetorical question, "whose indeed is wealth?" Paraphrasing Sankara's commentary, the intended meaning is, mA gRdhaH (do not covet, do not be greedy for it), kasya-svit = svasya vA parasya vA (your own or another's) dhanam. This aspect of detachment to one's own wealth goes over and above the instruction not to seek other people's wealth, but is ignored in most translations nowadays.
Suraj Kumar The Vedas are Apaurusheya... That means even if there is one last standing human without any knowledge of the scriptures they can potentially rediscover the Vedas.