Then, there appeared, in that (contemplation), the light of the paramAtma (the ultimate self) and in the middle of that (light) he saw, that ultimate state the primordial (pUrva) puruSa.
That great beam of brilliance, unattainable by those who know the brahma, with four faces, and good limbs, decorated by rays.
Then that universal self (vis’vAtmA), saw the yOgI who had approached and bowed down and the dEva Himself rose up and embraced (Indradyumna).
Then that Indra among the twice born, who was thus embraced, emanated a great light from his body and entered
That entrance, where exists the Bhagwan, hiranyagarbha (the golden-wombed one), who consumes havya (offerings to in the Vedic Fire) and kavya (offerings to forefathers (pitarah) made in funeral ceremonies), that which is the first for the yOgIs, which is established in vEdantA, which is made of brahma’s tejas (brilliance), auspicious (s’rIman), and is the niSTA (steadiness, firmness) of humans.
The resplendent (made of rays – arcirmaya) muni (indradyumna), just having been seen by that bhagwAn brahmA, saw the brilliant power (ais’warya), which was peaceful (s’Antam), all pervading (going everywhere) and was good (s’ivam).
That final state of Vishnu, the paramEs’vara (the ultimate lord as per whose will the moving world moves), the self of the indestructible, immovable space (vyoma), blissful (Anandam), the place of brahma,
He attained That state called mOkSa, the residence of the self, being one who was the self of all beings and having arrived at the highest ais’varya (splendour, lordship, power). (I think ais’warya means attribute of I’swara).
Thus by all efforts, that learned one who practiced the vidhi (rules) of varnAs’rama, having reached the ultimate bhAvam (idea), crossed over mAyA, lakSmI.
A karnatik geetam : mandara dhAre! to Sri Kurma!
Just one correction in the following video, dhArE is incorrectly pronounced as dArE (alpa prANa is pronounced instead of mahAprANa).
Also as per pANinI’s s’ikshA, s’ubha cannot be pronounced subha or Subha, the air must pass between the tip of the tongue and the upper palate very close to your front teeth. Other than this the teaching style, the idea, swara sthAnAs everything I like very much.
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