Mundakopanishad : Chapter-2, Section-1, Mantram-2. { "The Absolute nature of Brahmam" }.




Mundakopanishad :

Chapter-2.

Section-1.

Mantram-2. {  "The  Absolute  nature  of  Brahmam"  }


"Divyo  hyamurtah  purushah  sabahya-bhyantaro  hyajah,

aprano  hyamanah  subhro  hy-aksarat  paratah  parah."


divyah  =  self-resplendent;

hi  =  verily;

amurtah  =  formless;

purushah  =  the  Supreme;

sabahyabhy-antarah  =  ( that  all-pervading  Being )  is  both  within  and  without;

hi  =  verily;

ajah  =  unoriginated;

apranah  =  ( anterior  to )  without  life;

hi  =  verily;

amanah  =  without  mind;

(sah  =  he; )

subhrah  =  pure;

hi  =  verily;

aksaarat  =  from  the  indestructible;

paratah  parah  =  He  transcends  even  the  transcendent.


"Self-resplendent,  formless,  unoriginated  and  pure,  that  all-pervading  Being  is  both  within  and  without.

Anterior  both  to  life  and  mind,  He  transcends  even  the  transcendent,  unmanifested,  causal-state  of  the  universe."

Next : Discussion -1.  "It  is  a  light  without  any  of  its  qualities  ...... "

To be continued  ....






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