Practicing Ved Sūkt
Brahmcharyéñ kanyā’ yuvānam vindaté Patim,
anadvān brahmcharyéñāshvo ghāsam jigīrshati.
1Practicing Ved2 a girl3 obtains a3 young husband4.
A self-dependent5 free6 Ashv man7 strives to gain food7, practicing Ved8.
- R’shi: Brahmā
Dévtā/Divine Subject: Brahmchārī, a
Practitioner of Ved.
Vedmūrti Taponishŧh Late Pandit Shrī Rām Sharmā Āchārý has written introducing the Mantr Dévtā of this Sūkt:
‘The Vedic dhātu/Verb ‘Char’ is used in walking, practicing something and/or enjoying that, not repenting on after. In this way, the vast meaning of ‘Brahmchārī’ is a person living under the discipline of God/Supreme/Absolute Consciousness.’
─ Atharv Ved Samhitā with easy Hindi essence
It’s more than explicit therefore that according to Vedmūrti Taponishŧh Late Pandit Shrī Rām Sharmā Āchārý a ‘Brahmchārī’ means a person practicing Ved/the discipline of God/Supreme/Absolute Consciousness sternly, never repentant on it.