MUNDAKOPANISHAD : CHAPTER-3. SECTION-2. MANTRAM-7.{ Nature of Liberation.}




MUNDAKOPANISHAD

CHAPTER-3.

SECTION-2.

MANTRAM -7.{ Nature  of  Liberation.}


"Gatah  kalah  pancadasa  pratistha

devasca  sarve  prati-devatasu,

karmani  vijnana-mayas-ca  atma

pare-vyaye  sarva  eki-bhavanti."


gatah  =  gone  away  or  enter  into;

kalah  =  parts  ( phases );

pancadasa  =  fifteen;

pratisthah  =  sources,  elements;

devah  ca  =  and  Devata-s  ( senses );

sarve  =  all;

prati-devatasu  =  in  the  corresponding  Deva-s  ( deities );

karman-  =  deeds;

vijnana-mayah  =  full  of  knowledge;

ca  =  and;

atma  =  Paramatma ( jivatma )  that  is, Brahmam;

pare  =  supreme,  highest;

avyaye  =imperishable;

sarva  =  all;

eki-bhavanti  =  get  united.


"The  Fifteen  Kala-s  ( parts )  enter  into  their  elements,  their  Devata-s  ( senses )  into  their  corresponding  Deva-s  ( Deities ),  and  their  deeds  and  their  'Self-full-of-knowledge' ( intellectual  Self )  all  get  united,  in  the  highest  and  imperishable  BRAHMAM"

Next : Discussion-1. "Fifteen Kala-s" ....

To be continued  ....


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