The Vedas have laid down the four stages of life to make the journey of life a successful and peaceful one.
Here, in the stage of brahmacharya ashrama, the individual leads the life of a student. In this stage, the aim of the individual is to acquire the knowledge.
Grihasta is a householder living with a family and dedicating his life to domestic affairs.
This stage is also called a stage of forest dweller.
This is the stage of renunciation of all attachments, and the spiritual and the physical preparation for death.
The cause of renunciation is the feeling of disgust towards worldly things. The day one becomes averse to the world, one should renounce.
"I am a devotee of Siva, the Yogi among all the yogis. I follow Him to practice my celibacy." -- Masterji
It is said that the kings who perform one hundred sacrifices will become Indra, the king of gods. Jealousy is inborn in most people, including the gods.