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Am I a Hindu?

4.7 Yada yada hi dharmasya

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4.7

yada yada hi dharmasya

Where, where indeed there is dharma, that face, mouth of, righteous and just

Glanir bhavati bharata

that shining and glorious expression is that of bharata (India)

abhyuthanam adharmasya

rise to the occasion where there is adharma (injust and wrong)

tada atamanam srjamya aham

at that time in that form (atma) wearing the garland is I.

 

Where, where indeed there is dharma, that face, mouth of righteous and just that shinning glorious expression is that of bharata (India). Rise to the occasion where there is adharma (injust and wrong), at that time in that form wearing the garland is I.

Notes:The word asya according to the dictionary I was using is face, mouth of a person and that is what I used here to describe dharmasya.

 

 

The Last verse in Bhagavad Gita 18.78

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The Last verse in Bhagavad Gita 18.78

Chapter 18 —- Verse 78 (The last verse in Gita)

Yatra yog’esvarah krsno yatra partho dhanur-dharah Tatra srir vijayo bhutir dhruva nitir matir mama

My Translation

Yatra – Journey

Yog esvarah Krsno—- Union perfected (yog) by esvarah krsno

Yatra – Journey

Partho — Arjuna

Dhanur dharah —holding/wearing the bow (dhanur)  maintaining the way (dharah) [vidhi however is the path]

Tatra — There upon in that meeting (on the battlefield — implied)

Srir —- glories/good fortune

Vijayo — victory to the

Bhutir – human spirit

Dhruva –  its firm will/ resolve

Nitir —the moral principals [ Telugu — neetulu ]

Matir — of the mind 

mama  — belonging to us.

My Meaning:

Journey is perfected by esvarah krsno. Journey belongs to Arjuna’s who was holding the bow.  There upon in that meeting (battlefield) went on the glories/good fortune —– victory to the human spirit, firm will/resolve; the moral principals, of the mind belonging to us.

What does it say in the text by Tapasyananda?

Where ever there is Krishna, the lord of yoga, accompanied by Arjuna wielding the bow — there reign good fortune,victory, prosperity and sound policy. Such is my conviction.

 

 

The difference between Om and Aum

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Iksvakave

aum

OM is —– The spirit of God, the sound, vibration of this universe that is the absolute truth.

 

What is Aum then?

AUM is a representation of the three Gods in three planes.

 

The representation of the three Gods:

A — Stands for Shiva — the past, the birth, rebirth and reincarnation.

U — Stands for Vishnu — the present, the time/space of our universe

M — Stands for Brahma — the future, the manifestation/creation of our universe Om.

 

The three planes of existence:

Bhur Bhuva Svah

Bhur — Earth —- Lord Shiva

Bhuva — In the sky — Lord Vishnu

Svah — In space — Bharm

 

Therefore, AUM represents the past, present and future.  If you say — the names of Shiva, Vishnu and Bhrama, they do sound true to their representation — past, present and future.

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India’s National Anthem

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India and flag

India’s National Anthem

 

Jana Gana Mana Adhinaayaka Jaya Hey,

The people’s (Jana)  voice (gana), minds (mana) you are the ruler of justly that (adhi naayaka) —-   Jaya Hey!      

Bhaarat Bhaagya Vidhaataa

Oh bhaarata’s creator/ god of  what is most valuable of India’s destiny 

Panjaab Sindhu Gujarat Maraatha,

Panjaab Sindhu Gujurata Maratha (States In India)

Draavida Utkal Banga

Dravida (southern states)  Utkal (Odhisi state) Banga (Bengal state)

Vindhya Himaachal Yamuna Ganga,

Vindhya HImaachal Yamuna Ganga ( the historically significant mountains and rivers)

Uchchhal Jaladhi Taranga

The tallest* (Uchaala) flow/stream of water it has  (jaladhi), with waves surging through (Taranga)  

Tav Shubh Naamey Jaagey,

thy, that which belongs to thee (tav)  may it’s name bring us happiness (shubh naamey)  where ever we go (Jaagey)

Tav Shubh Aashish Maange

thy, that which belongs to thee (Tav), may it bless us with happiness (subha Aashish) that we seek (Maange)

Gaahey Tav Jayagaathaa

sing to thee (gaahey), that which belongs to thee (tav) — the victory to India’s past

Jana Gana Mangal Daayaka,

The people’s (jana), voice (Gana) may it bring us prosperity (Mangal) with your mercy/compassion (Daayaka)

Jaya Hey Bhaarata Bhaagya Vidhaataa

Victory to thee  (jaya hey) to our country’s (Bhaarata) most valuable father/creator/god (Vidhaata) 

Jaya Hey, Jaya Hey, Jaya Hey,

Victory to thee (our nation), Victory to thee (our nation). victory to thee (our nation)

Jaya Jaya Jaya, Jaya Hey

Victory, victory, victory to thee (Victory to thee our nation)

In India’s past, India has only conquered people through the minds either through Hindu philosophy or with values of education. We know India in all it’s history has never conquered or invaded any other countries conquered and has only conquered people through our minds religion. 

 

I love this version. It is sweet! It makes perfect sense.

 

Bhagavat Gita 18.66

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Bhagavat Gita 18.66

18.66

Sarva dharman —  The entire duty lies in

parityajya — you attempting to try

mam — us  —– (ourselves)

ekam — alone or “in solitude” (tel.)

saranam — to whom we surrender to or take shelter of  (God)

vraja — in this all pervasive land (unwelcome influence or physical effect) 

Link of Vraja

http://nitaaiveda.com/Compiled_and_Imp_Scriptures/Shrimad_Bhagavatam/Bhagavata_Mahatmya/1._Shandilya_Describes_Vraja.htm

Shandilya Rishi said: Dear Parikshit and Vajranabha! I will tell you the secret of Vrajabhumi. Listen carefully. The meaning of the word “Vraja” is all-pervasive. According to ancient opinions, this land is named Vraja because it is all-pervasive. This land is an all-pervasive spiritual manifestation, situated beyond the three modes of material nature. Therefore this is called Vraja. This land is ever-blissful, effulgent, indestructible, and the abode of liberated souls.

There is more explanation on the link.

aham — I

tva — unto you

sarva–papebhyo — the entire fearful of sin

moksasyisyami — will deliver I you of

Ma —  us/our or mother?  (mother according to a Mahabharata video, and Sri Krishna’s words. He says go to your mother to be purified. 

sucah — happiness

Iksvakave Full Meaning:

Our entire duty lies in you attempting to try us/ourselves “alone” or in solitude (because it is in solitude we understand and process god). To whom we surrender to or take shelter in this all pervasive land (that has unwelcome physical influences and effects) (see the link on Vraja Bhumi). I, in you — I am in you, the entire fearful of sin will deliver I you of us or our happiness. 

 

Forward to 2:30 seconds to listen to the verse. 18.66!

If you scroll and go back you will see what he means by Nirmal.

Why is this the last message of Krishna and not 18.78?

yatra yog esvarah krsno

 

 

 

Gayatri Ghanapatha (last portion)

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Here is the verse on the web with multiple meanings.

http://www.eaglespace.com/spirit/gayatribywords.php

http://hinduism.about.com/od/prayersmantras/a/The-Gayatri-Mantra.htm

http://www.magicofgayatri.com/pages/magic-of-gayatri.html

This is informative.

https://vishnuvkblog.blogspot.com/2014/02/gayatri-ghanapatha.html

The song on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m5G_ilgDcLk&list=PL1_mTE9wjxTk4PIkF4kQdGTOgdfYsDw3x

Here is my meaning to the last portion of the song.

Om bhuh bhuvaha 1 Om bhuh bhuvaha 2

Om bhuh om bhuvaha om svaha om maha om jana om tapah om satyam 

Om — Om

bhuh — on this earth that we are upon (our past)

bhuvaha — this earth that is our vehicle (at present)

svaha — the self observes (the atmosphere, or the future, the spiritual adobe)

maha —  the greatness of it

Jana — the people

tapa — the sacrifice (meditation, austerity, penance, self-mortification, life of study)

Om satyam — Om that truth revealed to us (of our life)

Om tat sah vitur varinium 

Om that with the manner in which we worship, the sun is the bestower of that light.

virgo devasya dhimahi

Vigro or Bhargo? we are rotating around the god devasya that we should meditate upon.

Dhiyo na prochodayat 

with intelligence (with practice of prayer) that you not tell the world

Om apo joytir raso amrutam

Om do not stop from the light the emotion of the immortal nectar (understanding of this depends on what a stage in life, wisdom and spirituality a person has acquired in life)

bhrama bhur bhuvasvaro 

God of this earth, earth as our vehicle self observes.

Om.

On this earth we are upon that is our vechicle, the self observes, the greatness of it the people, their sacrifice (austerity, penance, life of study), to that truth…

Om

That with the manner in which we worship, the sun is the bestower of that light. That we are rotating around, the god (sun) we should meditate upon with intelligence (practice/prayer) that you not tell the world. Do not stop from the light (the sun God, that delivers us from truth of all things) of emotion of the immortal nectar of God of this earth, that earth as our vehicle the self observes.