Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Chanting Of The Holy Name Is The Essence Of Vedas -Adi Keshav Prabhu ISKCON Chowpatty

2016 11 01 SB 10 87 14 Chanting Of The Holy Name Is The Essence Of Vedas -Adi Keshav Prabhu ISKCON Chowpatty SB 10.87.14 śrī-śrutaya ūcuḥ jaya jaya jahy ajām ajita doṣa-gṛbhīta-guṇāṁ  tvam asi yad ātmanā samavaruddha-samasta-bhagaḥ aga-jagad-okasām akhila-śakty-avabodhaka te  kvacid ajayātmanā ca carato ’nucaren nigamaḥ Synonyms: śrī-śrutayaḥ ūcuḥ — the Vedas said; jayajaya — victory to You, victory to You; jahi — please defeat; ajām — the eternal illusory potency of Māyā; ajita — O unconquerable one; doṣa — to create discrepancies; gṛbhīta — who has assumed; guṇām — the qualities of matter; tvam — You; asi — are; yat — because; ātmanā — in Your original status; samavaruddha — complete; samasta — in all; bhagaḥ — opulences; aga — nonmoving; jagat — and moving; okasām — of those who possess material bodies; akhila — of all; śakti — the energies; avabodhaka — O You who awaken; te — You; kvacit — sometimes; ajayā — with Your material energy; ātmanā — and with Your internal, spiritual energy; ca — also; carataḥ — engaging; anucaret — can appreciate; nigamaḥ — the Vedas. Translation: The śrutis said: Victory, victory to You, O unconquerable one! By Your very nature You are perfectly full in all opulences; therefore please defeat the eternal power of illusion, who assumes control over the modes of nature to create difficulties for conditioned souls. O You who awaken all the energies of the moving and nonmoving embodied beings, sometimes the Vedas can recognize You as You sport with Your material and spiritual potencies. Purport: According to Śrīla Jīva Gosvāmī, the twenty-eight verses of the prayers of the personified Vedas (texts 14-41) represent the opinions of each of the twenty-eight major śrutis. These chief Upaniṣads and other śrutis concern themselves with various approaches to the Absolute Truth, and among them those śrutis are supreme which emphasize pure, unalloyed devotional service to the Supreme Personality of Godhead. The Upaniṣads direct our attention to the Personality of Godhead by first negating what is distinct from Him and then defining some of His important characteristics.

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