adhibūtaṁ kṣaro bhāvaḥ puruṣaś cā adhidaivatam
adhiyajñoham evātra dehe deha-bhṛitāṁ vara
adhibūtaṁ – upon the fulfillment, the living spirit/entity
kṣaro – is the final
bhāvaḥ -from the dwelling of samsara
puruṣaś – the attempt at being persons
cā – aslo
adhidaivatam – upon the fulfillment of belief in God
adhiyajñoham -upon the fulfillment of your sacrifice
e vātra – diminished
dehe – is the body
deha-bhṛitāṁ – body endured
vara -by the boon
Upon the fulfillment, the living entity/spirit is the final from the dwelling of samsara, the attempt at being persons also. Upon the fulfillment of belief in God, and your sacrifice diminished is the body, and the body endured by the boon.
Did you know being born is a boon? I have heard of this in Indian myth and of Rishi’s.
What does it say in Gita?
Why do the word meanings start with dehabhrtamvara? Are jumbled up again to draw meaning. The perishable nature is the material aspect and this is adhibuta. I have never heard of this. The cosmic soul is the basis of all divine manifestations (adhidaivata)? No it is actually adhi dvaita, the fulfillment of belief in God as the supreme soul. It is not advaita, the opposite of belief of daivata. The words “I verily form the adhiyajna, the one object of all worship which men perform with their body and mind? The ‘object’ of all worship is adhi yajna?” I don’t think so. It is adhiyajnoham to mean upon the fulfillment of your sacrifice. Take a look at the meaning I have again.