Adyāgné adý savitaradý dévi sarasvati,
Adyāsý brahmañaspaté dhanurivā tānayā pasah.
1Today Agni who leads to light2, today O Creator3, today O divine acumen4,
Today O master of Brāhm natures5, expand optimum6 the manhood of this man7, like an optimum bow8.
1. R’shi: Atharvañ Āngiras
Dévtā/Divine Subject: Vr’sh, the one who blasts semen, and Indr, the one who controls organs
Hinduism does not have faith in the extremely erroneous principle that the well doers should never enjoy sex.
Neither Hinduism has faith in the equally extremely erroneous principle that the well doers should never enjoy sex with practicing monogamy only.
On the contrary, the three Mantrs, from now on, order a quite opposite life to follow.
This is the Dévtā/Divine Subject others couldn’t digest as religious orders, and even revolted against Hinduism/ Ved for it.
For a long time, a noticeable number of followers of Ved refused to follow Atharv Ved due to these boldest orders, and practiced only R’gved, Yajurved and Sāmved calling the group Trayī.
Yet, the most of the followers of Ved, never surrendered.
They followed the entire Ved, in all of its four volumes including Atharv Ved too.
Chhand/Meter: Bhurij according to William Dwight Whitney
Never forget this entire Sookt, its entire eight Mantrs, have two Dévtā/Divine Subjects simultaneously, ‘Vr’shéndrashch’ dévaté, two divine subjects: Vr’sh and Indr.
Hence, this Sookt boldly revolts against the concept that a man should control his organs, not to have sex, and practice celibacy.
Consequently, thus, there is no celibacy in Hinduism/Ved.
Celibacy is on the contrary, actually, against the basic concept of Vedic Hinduism that the entire womankind is only for well doers, for none else.
In Hinduism, thus, originally, no celibacy.
It was a new introduction to Hinduism, as idol worship was, after later Bauddhism and later Jainism.
Never forget, Vedic R’shis were married men, none practicing Celibacy ever.
Even Bible has almost the same views:
1And it came to pass, when Jesus finished these words, he removed from Galilee, and did come to the borders of Judea, beyond the Jordan,
2and great multitudes followed him, and he healed them there.
3And the Pharisees came near to him, tempting him, and saying to him, `Is it lawful for a man to put away his wife for every cause?’
4And he answering said to them, `Did ye not read, that He who made [them], from the beginning a male and a female made them,
5and said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and cleave to his wife, and they shall be — the two — for one flesh?
6so that they are no more two, but one flesh; what therefore God did join together, let no man put asunder.’
7They say to him, `Why then did Moses command to give a roll of divorce, and to put her away?’
8He saith to them — `Moses for your stiffness of heart did suffer you to put away your wives, but from the beginning it hath not been so.
9`And I say to you, that, whoever may put away his wife, if not for whoredom, and may marry another, doth commit adultery; and he who did marry her that hath been put away, doth commit adultery.’
Hinduism/Ved specifically orders its followers to practice Polygamy on the contrary.
It goes even beyond Islam in this context.
Even Islam puts a ceiling of four wives at a time, maximum; on its followers.
Hinduism/Ved does not do any such act even.
Lord Kr’shñ had 8 Chief Queens, 16100 queens and so many other wives too.
However, if someone is obstinate not to follow such instructions of Eishān Param Brahm Paramātmā/Ved and is adamant to practice celibacy, even he cannot be compelled to practice sex against his own will.
Neither, he has to leave Hinduism/Ved for it.
Hinduism/Ved believes in Religious Democracy more than in forcing someone to do what s/he does not want to.
Anyone, who declares him/herself Hindu, is a Hindu, and none can move him/her out of Hinduism/Ved.
Of course, he/she must follow the Seven Maryādās Ved tells of repetitively, yet it depends absolutely on his/her discretion how to practice all or any of it.
Even Ārsh Sadan can’t compel him/her against his/her own convictions; let any Brahmarshi or even an Ācharañ Nāyak too.
Even an Ācharañ Nāyak can’t instruct anything against Ved.
2. If someone really is Agni, if someone really wants to lead to light, he/she can’t oppose to expand the manhood of our obedient man.
It’s not being done to spread the vulgarity of sex.
It’s being done for quite the opposite purpose.
If the good males would avoid it, and the bad men practice it, what its consequences the human society would have to face?
Have you ever thought of it?
Can you stop the bad men from expanding their manhoods?
None can guarantee anything on behalf of bad men.
They are always beyond any discipline, causing astray in the society, resulting sometimes in chaos even.
Many of them develop their sexual prowess intently beyond all limits.
If the Sukr’ts also don’t provide it to womankind what the dushkr’ts, the bad men can do, there may be some woman/women who may surrender to her/their physical needs.
Naturally, it can’t be allowed, even infinitesimally, in a system of life that builds its everything on Sukr’ts, well doers only, and the role model of that system clearly announces, proudly:
‘Yadā yadā hī dharmasý glānirbhavati, Bhārat!
Abhyutthānamadharmasý, tadātmānam sr’jāmyaham.
Paritrāñāý sādhūnām vināshāý ch’ dushkr’tām,
Dharmsansthāpanārthāý sambhavāmi yugé yugé.’
‘Whenever a person feels humiliation in practicing humanity leading to divinity, I create myself.
To shield practitioners optimum, to obliterate the evil doers, to establish the humanity leading to divinity, I’m present optimum in every era.’
—Shrimad Bhagvad Gītā: 4|7–8
Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7
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1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2
3. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3
4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 5| Mantr 3
5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 5
6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 7| Mantr 8
4. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 1
5. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 2
6. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 3
7. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 4
8. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 5
9. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 6
10. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 7
11. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 8
12.R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 19| Mantr 9
13. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6
14. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20
15. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 46
16. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
17 R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
18. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 6| Mantr 2
19. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
20. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
21. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
22. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
23. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
24. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
25. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 63| Mantr 4-5
26. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
27. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 85| Mantr 42
28. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1
29. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 2
30. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 3
31. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 4
32. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 11| Mantr 1
33. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 13| Mantr 4
34. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 23| Mantr 3
35. Saamved: Mantr 1
36. Sāmved: Mantr 115
37. Sāmved: Mantr 641: Mahānāmnyārchik| 1
38. Sāmved: Mantr 650: Mahānāmnyārchik| 10
39. Sāmved: Mantr 651: Uttarārchik
40. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1
41. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 3
42. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 4
43. Atharv Ved: Kānd 3| Sookt 30| Mantr 6
44. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 6
45. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 7
46. Atharv Ved: Kānd 4| Sookt 4| Mantr 8
47. Atharv Ved: Kaand 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 6
48. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 1| Mantr 22
49. Atharv Ved: Kaand 14| Sookt 2| Mantr 25
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