a.1.Having the mind set on spiritual things, or filled with holy desires and affections.
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According to Nilakantha, a spiritual-minded sudra is also a vaidehika, achieving salvation after progressive rebirths as a vaisya, a ksatriya and a brahmana.
And at that particular time, when you didn't sing spirituals, they called the other songs "reels." And the reels weren't considered as good music for all the spiritual-minded people then.
Scholarly deep, this is a lot to reflect on even for the intensely spiritual-minded.