Kastvā yunakti S’ tvā yunakti kasmai tvā yunakti tasmai tvā yunakti karmañé vām véshāý vām.
1Who unites thee? He2 unites thee. For whom/which3 unites thee? For Him/that4 unites thee. You two for work5. You two for completion6.
Dévtā/ Divine Subject: Prajāpati.
This Mantr again refers to the Sangaŧhan Sookt, the utmost last Sookt of R’gved.
R’gved is a huge scripture that contains ten Mandals/books.
It starts with a long Mandal/book containing 191 Sookts and similarly it ends with the last tenth Mandal/book containing 191 Sookts itself.
Its ultimate Sookt, Sangaŧhan Sookt, suggests the unity of such enlightened educated persons to face the problems s/he can face from the unenlightened uneducated persons.
- This unity is not required only for your own selfish interests.
5. Karmañé vām.
You are not married to give birth to your children only, neither to have fun mutually.
Similarly, your organization is not for some fun, or for some communal interests.
It’s for work.
A family and an organization, even if it is political, should never be harmful Janébhyah, for the people.
It must understand the importance of work.
- You should never leave your work incomplete.
You are not made a family to leave it incomplete; neither We have united you in an organization to leave it incomplete.
Incompletion is not its true form, ‘Véshāý vām.
Only completion is its true form.
‘You two for its completion.’: RTH Griffith.