(Sanskrit) "Divine Kings." From H.P. Blavatsky: "The first Kumaras are the seven sons of Brahma. It is stated that their name was given to them owing to their formal refusal to "procreate their species," and so they "remained Yogis," as the legend says."
"We can learn parrot-like and bathe in this illusion of intellect, memorising what other great minds have experienced; but what intellectual discussion has ever brought man nearer to God?"