Monday, April 21, 2008

Thought of the day


Tavaagna chakrastham thapana shakthi koti dhyudhidharam, Param shambhum vande parimilitha –paarswa parachitha Yamaradhyan bhakthya ravi sasi suchinama vishaye Niraalokeloke nivasathi hi bhalokha bhuvane

The one who worships Parameshwara,
Who has the luster of billions of moon and sun
And who lives in thine Agna chakra- the holy wheel of order,
And is surrounded by thine two forms,
On both sides,
Would forever live,
In that world where rays of sun and moon do not enter,
But which has its own luster,
And which is beyond the sight of the eye,
But is different from the world we see.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ruupam ruupavivarjitasya bhavato dhyaanena yatkalpitam
stutyaa anirvachaniiyataa akhila guro duuriikrtaa yanmayaa |
vyaapitvam cha niraakrtram bhagavato yat tiirtha-yaatraadinaa
kshantavyam jagadiisha tadvikalataa-doshatrayam matkrtam

You are bereft of any form. Yet I imagined a form in the name of meditating upon You.

You are beyond words. No words can explain Your nature. Yet I have sung Your glories through words.

You are all-pervading. Yet I undertook pilgrimages to worship You in specific places.

Yes! We do take inner and outer pilgrimages to get in touch with the all pervading Ishwera who dwells within our heart and in temples !

Om jaya jagadeesha hare !

Anonymous said...

SATYEN RAKSHYATE DHARMO
VIDDYA YOGEN RAKSHYATE ||
MRIJAYAA RAKSHYATE ROOPAM
KULAM VRITTEN RAKSHYATE ||

Satyam (Truth) protects Dharma (religion), Yoga protects the
VIDYA (knowledge), Cleanliness(MRIJAYAA) protects beauty and MORALITY and SADAACHAR (noble character) protects the Kula (generation).

Vidura Niti