Baba declares that He has come to establish the reign of Sathya, Dharma, Shanthi and Prema. Very often, He has said, where there is Sathya, there will be Prema, for Asathya or Falsehood is the consequence of fear, which is absent when there is Love. So too, where there is Dharma, there will be Shanthi; for Ashanthi or unrest is the consequence of Injustice or Adharma of all types. Baba insists on Sathya (Speak what you have seen or felt, act as you have said) and Dharma (follow the rules of conduct laid down for the profession which you follow, the status you demand, the right you claim). Dharma, which lays down the 'do's' and 'dont's' of life is contained in the Sastras; so Baba has revived the study of Sastras and has reinstated them in the reverence of the people. Parayana means 'interested in', 'absorbed in'. Since the revival of truth and morality is the very purpose for which He has come, He is 'absorbed' in correcting both the individual and society. Baba while at Shirdi said, "You must always adhere to Truth and fulfill all the promises you make. Then, I will be with you, wherever you are and at all times". Even now, He exhorts us to be true and moral by the same assurance. He has declared "My name is Sathya; I am Sathya; My actions are Sathya; My glory is Sathya'. He has come for the sake of Dharma, to clarify it, to propagate it, to establish it in every human heart. Because of His loving interest in these two, He has donned this mortal frame and come among mortals.