Dhoorasi. Dhoorv dhoorvantam. Dhoorv tam yo’smān dhoorvati. Tam dhoorv yam wayam dhoorvāmah.
Dévānāmasi vahnitamagvong sasnitamam papritamam jushŧtamamam dévhootamam.
1Blaster/yoke art thou2.
Blast him who blasts Us4.
Blast him whom We blast5.
Best carrier of divine ones art thou6, bound most firmly7, filled fullest8, the best selfless lover9, the best invoker of the divine ones10.
Dévtā/ Divine Subject: Agni, one who leads to light.
This beautiful Mantr rejects the common recognized and well-accepted idea of Dharm, religion.
There are some persons who have utopian idea of ethics and humanity.
Doubtlessly, Dharm, or religion, is actually nothing but a movement of humanity.
It itself establishes the principle that non violence is the best ethics.
Yet it never closes its eyes from the facts.
It never advises its followers to live in fools’ paradise.
It establishes the principle of using force too if the evils use force to win the well doers.
2. You never live in fools’ paradise. Yet you never blast anyone for something sinister.
3. Never blast anyone who doesn’t blast anyone.
You are a blaster, ‘Dhoorasi’ ‘dhwarati hinsākarmā’.
Yes, it were better if there never were any blast at all.
Yet none can predict and control the evil doers.
If they blast the well doers, the well doers have no other options to blast the evil doers themselves.
If one can’t stop blasting, isn’t it better that the evil doers should be blasted instead of the well doers?