1.1. Svādishŧhayā madishŧhayā pavasv Som dhārayā,
Padpāŧh: Svādishŧhayā| madishŧhayā| pavasv| Som| dhārayā|
The word ‘Mahimvat’ is honorific, added in the name, meaning ‘glorious’.
Dévtā: Pavmān Som
i.e. The Sexual intercourse/ the couple authorized for it, that purify.
It is generally understood that the Sexual intercourse impurify the concerned couple.
This entire ninth Mandal, the entire 114 Sookts/hymns are devoted here to explain why every Sexual intercourse does not impurify the concerned couple.
There is a wide difference between the Sexual intercourse, performed to satisfy one’s animal desire; and the Sexual intercourse that is performed for the growth and survival of humanity.
Ved/Eīshān Param Brahm Parmātmā calls this second Sexual intercourse ‘Pavmān Som’, not the first one.
Svar: 1 Shadj
The Mandal/Book contains 114 Sookts/hymns.
Its sweetness is not for destruction.
It is for creativity:
‘Ath Saumyah. Somo rétodhāh. Mithun év réto dadhāti’.
‘Now, about Som. Som are the holder of semen, individually. The couple authorized for Sexual intercourse, is the only one that holds semen.’
Exhilarating, exciting, elating, thrilling, enlivening, invigorating, lifting, bracing, and heady.
Ved recognizes the fact that we human beings are, basically, social animals.
Ved does not deny it.
Ved emphasizes the fact that only education and training can convert these basic animals into human beings, nothing else.
If this education and training is not arranged for, the basic animal can show his/her basic animal instincts in his/her social attitudes too:
‘Vi tishŧhantām māturasyā upasthānnānāroopāh
sampatnī prati bhūshéh dévān.’
‘Let there come forth from the genital organ of this mother, animals of various forms, being born.
Beautiful benevolent! Sit down on this Agni, proper wife! confer culture to the divine ones here.’
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