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When Hiranyagarbha identifies himself with the totality. Vaisvanara when Taijasas do so with individual. They see only external things and are devoid of the knowledge of their true.
They perform actions for enjoyment, and again they enjoy for.
They go from birth to birth, as worms that have slipped into a river are. When the good deeds performed by them in past births bear fruit, the worms. Similarly, the Jivas finding themselves in the whirlpool of samsara.
Brahman, and differentiating the Self from its five sheaths attain the supreme. The five sheaths of the Self are those of the food, the vital air, the mind. Enveloped in them, it forgets its real nature and. The gross body which is the product of the quintuplicated elements is known.
That portion of the subtle body which is composed of the. Prakriti is called the vital sheath. The doubting mind and the five sensory organs, which are the effect of.
Sattva, make up the mind sheath. The determining intellect and the sensory. The impure Sattva which is in the causal body, along with joy and other. Vrittis mental modifications, is called the bliss sheath. By differentiating the Self from the five sheaths through the method of. Self from the five sheaths and attain the supreme Brahman.
The physical body present in ones consciousness is absent in the dreaming. This is the invariable presence anvaya of the. Though the self is perceived, the physical body is not so the latter is a. Similarly, in the state of deep sleep, the subtle body is not perceived, but. Self invariably witnesses that state. While the self persists in all states. By discrimination of the subtle body and recognition of its variable. Self, for the sheaths are conditions of the. Avidya manifested as the causal body of bliss sheath is negated in the.
Self persists in that state so it is the invariable factor. But the. As the slender, internal pith of munja grass can be detached from its coarse. Self can be distinguished through reasoning from the. Then the Self is recognised as the supreme. In this way the identity of Brahman and Jiva is demonstrated through. This identity is taught in the sacred texts in sentences such as.
That thou art.
Their method of explaining the truth is through the elimination. Brahman becomes the material and efficient cause of the world when. Maya in which there is a predominance of tamas. This Brahman is referred to as That in the text. When the supreme Brahman superimposes on Itself Avidya, that is, sattva.
It, then it is. When the three mutually contradictory aspects of Maya are rejected, there. Brahman whose nature is existence, consciousness and. This is pointed out by the great saying That thou art. In the sentence This is that Devadatta, this and that refer to. When the particular connotations of. Devadatta remains as their common basis. Similarly, when the adjuncts, Maya and Avidya the conflicting connotations.
That thou art of Brahman, and Jiva, are negated, there. Brahman, whose nature is existence. Objection If the denoted object of That thou art i. Brahman is. Secondly, an object without attributes. Reply with a counter question Does the objection you have raise relate to.
Saraswati Wikipedia. DevanagariSanskrit transliteration. Devi, Tridevi, Adi parashakti. Veena, Japamala. Hansa SwanRegion. Vasant Panchami, Navratri, Diwali. Personal Information. Saraswati Sanskrit, Sarasvat is the Hindugoddess of knowledge, music, arts, wisdom, and learning worshipped throughout Nepal and India. She is a part of the trinity Tridevi of Saraswati, Lakshmi and Parvati. All the three forms help the trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva to create, maintain and regenerate recycle the Universe respectively.
The earliest known mention of Saraswati as a goddess is in the Rigveda. She has remained significant as a goddess from the Vedic period through modern times of Hindu traditions. Some Hindus celebrate the festival of Vasant Panchami the fifth day of spring in her honour,6 and mark the day by helping young children learn how to write alphabets on that day. The Goddess is also revered by believers of the Jain religion of west and central India,8 as well as some Buddhist sects.
Saraswati is also worshiped outside the Indian subcontinent, in nations such as Japan, Vietnam, Indonesia and Myanmar. EtymologyeditSaraswati, sometimes spelled Sarasvati, is a Sanskrit fusion word of sra 1. Saraswati meaning one who leads to essence of self knowledge.
It is also a Sanskrit composite word of surasa vati which means one with plenty of water. The word Saraswati appears both as a reference to a river and as a significant deity in the Rigveda. In initial passages, the word refers to the Sarasvati River and is mentioned as one among several northwestern Indian rivers such as the Drishadvati.
Saraswati, then, connotes a river deity.
In Book 2, the Rigveda describes Saraswati as the best of mothers, of rivers, of goddesses. Rigveda 2. Best Mother, best of Rivers, best of Goddesses, Sarasvat, We are, as twere, of no repute and dear Mother, give thou us renown. Saraswati is celebrated as a feminine deity with healing and purifying powers of abundant, flowing waters in Book 1.
Rigveda, as follows Rigveda 1. May the waters, the mothers, cleanse us,may they who purify with butter, purify us with butter,for these goddesses bear away defilement,I come up out of them pure and cleansed. Translated by John Muir. In Vedic literature, Saraswati acquires the same significance for early Indians states John Muir as that accredited to the river Ganges by their modern descendants.
In hymns of Book 1. Rigveda, she is already declared to be the possessor of knowledge. Her importance grows in Vedas composed after Rigveda and in Brahmanas, and the word evolves in its meaning from waters that purify, to that which purifies, to vach speech that purifies, to knowledge that purifies, and ultimately into a spiritual concept of a goddess that embodies knowledge, arts, music, melody, muse, language, rhetoric, eloquence, creative work and anything whose flow purifies the essence and self of a person.
In Upanishads and Dharma Sastras, Saraswati is invoked to remind the reader to meditate on virtue, virtuous emoluments, the meaning and the very essence of ones activity, ones action. Some may wonder as to what would be the relation of Saraswati and Lord Vishnu. She is a very close relative of Thirumal. Saraswati is known by many names in ancient Hindu literature. Some examples of synonyms for Saraswati include Brahmani power of Brahma, Brahmi goddess of sciences,2.
Bharadi goddess of history, Vani and Vachi both referring to the flow of musicsong, melodious speech, eloquent speaking respectively, Varnesvari goddess of letters, Kavijihvagravasini one who dwells on the tongue of poets.
NomenclatureeditIn the Nepali language, her name is written Nepali. Pages , Rs. In the very first essay the author points out that coping with change is the perennial challenge in the lives of all of us today, and healthy coping with the phenomenon of life requires minds at peace and this peace can be secured by following the simple but profound truths contained in the Upanishads and the Bhagawad Geetha.
These truths are not merely to be revered but actively put into operation in daily life and for this purpose one should start with one-self. The essays cover a very wide range of subjects all of which are linked to the changing times and the various facets of change in relation to men and matters. The titles of the essays indicate the subjects dealt with eg. There are essays on individuals who have been harbingers of beneficial changes in society and there are important essays explaining the quintessence of the Upanishads, the teachings of world famous Saints and leaders who have endeavoured towards the making of a better world.
The essays are original and critical. They seek to bring out the wisdom of traditional thought in the idiom of the modern age and to establish a harmonious relationship between the verities of the spirit and modern scientific and technological values. Reading the essays is itself education and enlightenment. They inspire positive thinking and present an ennobling vision of human nature.
Colony, Road No. Gopalakrishna Murty presents through this booklet a collection of eight fascinating essays in Telugu on assorted topics of importance.
Spirituality in the medieval Hindu literary tradition Sivananda Lahari , literary criticism of ancient Hindu epics Mahabharata and Ramayana , and a brief account of eminent personalities in Telugu literature of the modern era and their literary works.
The reader gets a brief but truly worthwhile roundup of invaluable information pertaining to the Hindu perspective of spirituality, our ancient culture as reflected in the timeless Hindu epics, and the trends in the modern Telugu literature.
Sivananda Lahari, a composition of beautiful slokas, is a masterpiece of a stotram in praise of Lord Siva, written by Adi Sankaracharya at Srisailam and dedicated to Srisaila Mallikarjuna. This classic poetic work emphasizes that bhakti alone leads man to attainment of Atma Jnana and thereby to moksha.
Ramayana has been known to be the quintessence of the Vedas and preaches Saranagathi total surrender to God as the ultimate phase of bhakthi.
The epic glorifies this principle of Saranagathi notably through the roles of Bharatha, Hanuman and Vibheeshana. The loving relationship between Sri Rama and his consort Sita has been widely acknowledged as the most desirable goal for all married couples.
Mahabharata narrates the saga of the Pandava princes, personifying dharma and their first cousins, the Kaurava princes, representing all the facets of adharma … arising from kama, krodha, lobha, moha, mada and matsarya. The epic deals in great detail effective political administration, well organized diplomacy, social welfare, the caste system, social ethics, economics, and even taxation during that period.
Sri Mahavishnu appeared in his avatar as Sri Krishna during the same period to annihilate adharma and reestablish dharma on a firm footing.