Karñ Duryodhan: 2

Karñ Duryodhan

Gotrbhid Mahābhārat :

SHŪDRASÝ TU SAVARÑAIV NĀNYĀ BHĀRYĀ VIDHĪYATÉ

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Chapter 2

Kuntī Chaturvédī lifted her legs and put them on my shoulders.

“I’m immensely grateful to you, Durgesh. You brought our eldest son, Karñ Kauntéý Chaturvédī, back to me. The historical Kuntī could never get her son back.”

“The historical Kuntī didn’t have the courage necessary. You have.” I said gravely.

“Why the hell Suyodhan Sharmā have come here?”

“He wants to keep Karñ in his favor. After all, they are friends still now. Suyodhan Sharmā helped Karñ when he needed his help very much.”

“Nevertheless it wasn’t because Suyodhan Sharmā sympathized with Karñ. It was because he hated Pāndav Chaturvédīs very much. Suyodhan Sharmā couldn’t bear the glory of our Pāndav Chaturvédī sons.” Kuntī Chaturvédī said somewhat curtly.

I smiled.

Pāndav Chaturvédīs or Pāndav Sharmās Kuntī Chaturvédī?”

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After She Burned Herself: 1

After She Burned Herself

After Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī Burned Herself

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Chapter 1

First Information

I could not believe what they reported.
Prajāpatipati Dax Brahmāputr could not go to this extent.
Yes, he was angry with me.
Nevertheless, Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī was his daughter.
Wasn’t she?
She could not burn herself on some trivial matter.
It wasn’t her character.
Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī was the one that started a new Kalp, BrāhmKalp.
She was a revolutionary.
She married me against my decision that she should wait somewhat.
Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī couldn’t wait.
She refused to wait.
And now she burned herself?
Because she hated her body for it was given to her by Prajāpatipati Dax Brahmāputr?
Hadn’t I told her our parents were not actually those who gave us our bodies?
Our bodies were given to us by Eīshān Param Brahm Paramātmā Himself.
Then why Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī still hated her body?
Moreover, to the extent that she burned it producing fire from her Yogbal, Brāhmbal?
It was very difficult for me to control myself.
Yet, it was necessary to confirm the news from Vishishŧarshi Devarshi Nārad Brahmāputr.

I closed my eyes and remembered Vishishŧarshi Devarshi Nārad Brahmāputr.
Ityākarñý vachastasý svagañānām vachah prabhuh,
Sasmār Nāradam sarvam gyātum tachcharitam laghu.’
̶ Shiv Mahāpurāñ: Rudrsamhitā: Satīkhand: 32|15

Vishishŧarshi Devarshi Nārad Brahmāputr was the elder brother of Prajāpatipati Dax Brahmāputr.
Nevertheless, Prajāpatipati Dax Brahmāputr was so against Vishishŧarshi Devarshi Nārad Brahmāputr that he had even cursed him breaking even the ever-moral eternal system of respecting one’s elder brother however disagree one was with him:
Mā bhrātā bhrātaram dvixanmā svasāramut svasā,
Samyanchah savratā bhūtvā vācham vadat bhadrayā
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̶ Ved: 4 Atharv Ved: 3|30|3
Eīshān Param Brahm Paramātmā has ordered brothers in this mantr:
1. Not to fight with each other.
2. Be accordant with each other.
3. Try your best to follow identical courses
4. Speak words benignly

Prajāpatipati Dax Brahmāputr violated each of these four
orders of Eīshān Param Brahm Paramātmā even.
It was a tragedy that he still was the Prajāpatipati, the chairman of the presidents.

Vishishŧarshi Devarshi Nārad Brahmāputr watched me carefully.
He could not decide how to break my illusion that my utmost dear wife, Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī, was still alive.
He himself wasn’t certain.
It could have been hypnotism, Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī’s māyā, illusion created by the BrāhmKalp Nirmātrī, BrahmJagdambā, Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī, only.
Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī can never commit suicide.
It was a mahāpāp, a great sin.
She was the person that made the entire Brahmarshi Sadan decide against Param Purush himself.
Param Brahmarshi Bhagvān Bhr’gu asked,
“Durgesh, may I ask it’s your own conclusion or a yogdarshan?”
“Pitr’Brahmarshi,” I said gravely, “Of course, it is my own conclusion. I never said it’s a yogdarshan.”
“Is there any Mantr that stops us from what Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī is proposing?”
“Certainly not.” My ever brilliant, ever revolutionary, wife, Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī, smiled cunningly, triumphantly even somewhat, “Instead, Eīshān Param Brahm Paramātmā has ordered to be GOTRBHID. Every Dvij must himself/herself destroy her Gotr. Otherwise, s/he isn’t born twice completely. His/her rebirth is still incomplete. Pitr’Brahmarshi, isn’t it a fact that of various reasons one reason you asked for your own daughters is that you wanted to destroy your own Brahmgarv, your own Brāhmañ Pride?”
Param Brahmarshi Bhagvān Bhr’gu smiled at me.
“I’m sorry to disagree with you, Durgesh, but your wife is right.”
“I’m still against the proposal that no Brāhmañ can marry a BrahmKanyā anymore. Only a Bachhalyā is the optimum husband for her. It’s an intervention in her ‘Svayamvar Adhikār’. Even Brahmarshi Sadan doesn’t have any such right. Let a BrahmKanyā herself decide whom she should marry with. She can marry a Bachhalyā if she wants to, she can marry a Brāhmañ if she wants to.”
“Sure,” Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī said sweetly, yet ironically, “She can marry a traditional Brāhmañ even if she wants to. Isn’t it, my dear husband?”
“Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī,” I was indignant somewhat.
“Isn’t it?” Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī asked me curtly.
“Yes,”
“So that he could make her a BrahmApsarā?”
“Every traditional Brāhmañ isn’t Hirañý Kashipu.” I said curtly.
“But every Bachhalyā is Not Hirañý Kashipu, neither he’d ever be.”
“How the hell can you guarantee that?”
“Since I revolted against Brāhmañ Administration, how many years have passed, Durgesh?”
“I don’t know. I’ve never counted. I never paid any attention to it.”
“Yet, we BrahmJagdambās are infinite now and we have projected our infinite Bachhalyā sons, haven’t we?”
“Sure,”
“Tell this Brahmarshi Sadan the name of even a single Bachhalyā that allowed any BrahmKanyā, or Brahmāñī even, to be a BrahmApsarā? I dare you, even a single one.”

I watched her amused.

“What does it mean?”

“It means we BrahmJagdambās are careful not to let our Bachhalyā sons do anything to allow a BrahmKanyā or Brahmāñī  to be a BrahmApsarā. They are watching every BrahmKanyā and Brahmāñī  carefully.”*

Sāvitrī looked at Saraswatī.

“I can’t believe it, it is so absurd that…”

“Nārad should have never said it,” Ādi BrahmJagdambā Saraswatī said, “I think it’s a part of Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī’s strategy.”

“Ādi BrahmJagdambā,”

“I don’t think Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī has burned herself. It’s a Mahāpāp, one of the greatest sins to end one’s own life. Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī would never do it, Sāvitrī.”

“I agree with you, but the entire Rudrgañ have reported to Param Purush they witnessed the incidence.”

Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī is perfectly capable to show them whatsoever she wanted to. She wanted to punish her father, Prajāpatipati Dax Brahmāputr.”

Sāvitrī was horrified,

“Ādi BrahmJagdambā,”

“Horrified?” Saraswatī smiled.

“You are smiling?” Sāvitrī said.

Nārad is my son, Sāvitrī. Yet, he is the Vishishŧharshi Hindu Vishv now. I can’t believe everything he reports. He is liable to report truth only to Param Purush, to none else.”

“You mean what Vishishŧarshi Devarshi Nārad Brahmāputr says isn’t believable at all?” Sāvitrī was suddenly very pleased.

Ādi BrahmJagdambā Saraswatī smiled patronizing her.

“I didn’t say that, Sāvitrī.”

“Ādi BrahmJagdambā! Now you are confusing me, instead of telling me the truth.” Sāvitrī complained.

“Never, Sāvitrī.” Ādi BrahmJagdambā Saraswatī said gravely, “The fact is I myself don’t know why my son,  Nārad Brahmāputr, has prophesied that if you marry Satywān, he’d die.”

“He didn’t say that, Ādi BrahmJagdambā.” Sāvitrī contradicted Saraswatī.

“He didn’t say that?”

“Never!”

“Then what’s the problem you have?”

“He said, ‘Satywān would die. Therefore, I shouldn’t marry him.”

“How does he know Satywān would die?”

“None dared to ask him. Everyone was horrified that he may tell he had a Yogdarshan.”

“Nonsense, your parents don’t know Yogdarshan are not irrefutable?”

“I couldn’t argue with my already horrified parents, Ādi BrahmBhagwatī.”

“Why not?” Saraswatī asked curtly, “Sāvitrī, you aren’t behaving scientifically, according to ‘Dhiyo yo nah prachodayāt’ and ‘Yāthātathyatah’. Why do you want to marry Satywān if he is destined to die?”

“That’s the question, Ādi BrahmJagdambā. How one can predict someone’s death? Hasn’t Eīshān Param Brahm Paramātmā Himself promised in Ved, ‘Kurvannévéh karmāñi jijīvishechchhatagvong samāh?”

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After She Burned Herself: Index

After She Burned Herself

After Satī Dāxāyañī Brahmāpautrī Burned Herself

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Index

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Janébhyah: Janānām Prati: For the people

Janébhyah

Janānām Prati

 

For the people

DSM Satyarthi

Ved: 2 Yajurved:

Uttar Vinshati:

Adhyāý 26: Mantr 2

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Yathémām vācham kalyāñīmāvadāni

janébhyah,

Brahmrājanyābhyāgvong shūdrāý

chāryāý ch svāý chārañāý.

Priyo dévānām daxiñāyai dāturih

bhūyāsamayam mé kāmah

samr’dhyatāmup mādo namatu.

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1Appropriately, I deliver this welfare speech2 for ALL THE PEOPLE3: the intelligent ones4, the politicians5, the workers6, the businesspersons7, the self-praising ones8.

Let me be dear to the divine ones9, for daxiñā10 of the giver11, here12. My this Kām be enriched13. Bow me he being near14.

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Ved 1 R’g Ved:

Mandal 1| Sookt 58| Mantr 6

Divý Janm: Divine Birth

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Dadhushŧvā bhr’gavo mānushéshvā rayim n chārum Suhavam janébhyah,

hotāramagné atithim varéñyam mitram n shévam divyāý janmané.

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1The pure ones established you2, the beautifully called one3; for people4, properly, in human beings5, like beautiful wealth6, Hota7, Agni8, guest9, worthy to be chosen10, like affectionate friend11, for Divý Janm, Divine Birth12.’

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Ved: Ved Bhāshý:

R’gved:

Mandal 5: Sookt 1: Mantr 1

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Abodhyagnihsamidhā janānām prati dhénumivāyatīmushāsam,

Yahvāiv pr’vayāmujjihānāh pr’ bhānavah sisraté nākamachchh.

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Padpāth: Abodhi| agnih| sam-idhā| janānām| prati| dhénum| iv| āyatīm| ushsam|

Yahvāh- iv| pr’|vayām|ut-jihānāh| pr’| bhānavah| sisraté| nākam|achchh.

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1. 1Knew Agni samidhā2, for the people3, coming dawn4; like milchcow5. Like the ones who call6, properly rise7, shooting up on high8 like a bird9, proper suns10, to the right place11where there isn’t any sorrow12.

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Ved: Ved Bhashy: R’gved: Mandal 9: Sookt 4: Mantr 10

Ved: Ved Bhāshý:

R’gved:

Mandal 9:

Pavmān Som Mandal

Sookt 4: Mantr 10

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Rayim nashchitramashvinamindo Vishvāyumābhar

athā No vasyasaskr’dhi

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Rayim| nah| chitram| ashvinam| indo iti| vishv’ āyum| ā| bhar| ath| nah| vasyasah| kr’dhi.

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 1Take care and bring up optimum2 Our awesome wealth3, the man of ashvinā pair4, O Indu5, the life of all6.

And then7 do Our welfare8.

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1. R’shi: Hirañyastūp Mahimvat Āngiras

Dévtā/ Divine Subject: Pavmān Som

Chhand/Vedic Meter: Gāyatrī

The Sūkt/hymn contains ten Mantrs/Verses This is the last Mantr of this very important Sūkt that has its every Mantr, ending with the recurring order: ‘Athā  No vasyasaskr’dhi’ ‘And then do Our Welfare’, not before it.

This is the last Mantr of this very important Sūkt that has its every Mantr, ending with the recurring order: ‘Athā  No vasyasaskr’dhi’ ‘And then do Our Welfare’, not before it.

As it’s already been said, this Sūkt, all the ten Mantrs of it, enlist the very important things that have practically priorities even on ‘Janébhyah’, for the people.

Because if these things don’t have priorities on ‘Janébhyah’ even, practically none can do anything worthwhile for Janébhyah’ even.

The last such thing enlisted here is ‘Ashvin’, the man that makes ashvinā couple always without even a single exception.

It implies that he must always be Sukr’t despite whatsoever the circumstances are.

He can die even fighting a Dharmyuddh, Jihad, holy war, yet he never surrenders to the wicked ones.

It’s quite clear that such a man can never make any anashvinā couple with him.

He is Our awesome wealth, ‘Rayim nashchitram’.

No other wealth even can compare with him.

He is the utmost wonderful wealth even that can produce wealth itself immensely, tremendously, endlessly through constantly nonstop increasing his own Bhogchakr and that of the others.

That’s why We have called him here ‘Rayim nashchitram’, Our awesome wealth.

No wealth is ever more important than him, because he can produce wealth as it is explained above, yet no wealth can ever produce such a man.

Everyone of you that’s Indu, controller of organs that is ready to destroy the wicked ones, has not only to take care of such ‘Ashvin’, but also provide him everything that’s needed in the process ever.

You can’t excuse yourself claiming your first duty is ‘Janébhyah’, for the people.

The wicked ones are always united for their own vested vile interests.

If you aren’t united yourselves you can’t fight with them successfully.

2. ‘Ā bhar’.

The Mantr/Verse clearly and expressly orders Indu,
Indo’, the person that has controlled his/her organs for ‘Janébhyah’, to earn infinite money, ‘Idi Paramaishvaryé’ to take care and bring up optimum the man that is ‘Vishvāyu’, the life of all.

No one has any reason if s/he is really a Sukr’t, noble doer, and/or wants to save himself/herself/ his family/her family, to ignore to take care and bring up optimum the man that is ‘Vishvāyu’, the life of all.
S/he himself/herself isn’t the life of all, ‘Vishvāyu’.
S/he doesn’t understand how to save everyone himself/herself/ his family/her family if there comes a situation destroying everything.
S/he doesn’t understand how the Kālchakr, Time Cycle, works actually, nor does s/he have any proper effective hold on the Kālchakr, Time Cycle.
S/he can only fight physically with physical facts.
S/he doesn’t understand the Eternal Facts, R’t, actually working behind what is physical ostensibly.
Only the person that’s life of all, ‘Vishvāyu’, does understand them perfectly and has proper experience to use his/her knowledge and experience for the survival of all, ‘Vishvāyu’.
If such is the case, what another course of action do you have practically whether you like it or not?
It’s science you have to deal with.
It cannot be faced emotionally.
It’s not any matter of choice for you.
It’s cold and hard fact you have to face.
The survival of yourself/your family/entire humankind depends on your action.
If you decide not to take care and bring up optimum the man that is ‘Vishvāyu’, the life of all, you yourself can’t save yourself/your family/entire humankind.
You don’t have the proper/optimum scientific knowledge and personnel experience needed to the survival.
You were doing other things you thought necessary when the person that’s life of all, ‘Vishvāyu’, was training himself to face such situation if it comes.
No one else was doing it.
Now, to face the practical problem, what another course of action do you suggest for the practical survival of yourself/your family/entire humankind?

3. ‘Rayim nashchitram’.
It is the first reason that makes him life of all,
Vishvāyu’.

4. ‘Ashvinam’.
It is the second reason that makes him life of all,
Vishvāyu’.

If a person is as Shaktimān as his Bhogchakr can feed and take care of the entire rest of the others, he becomes Our awesome wealth, ‘Rayim nashchitram’, himself.
There isn’t any limit of Shaktimān or Bhogchakr.
One can have even almost infinite Shaktimān or Bhogchakr.
Param Purush is already having it.
The Eternal System that’s working in Our infinite Creations, doesn’t allow anyone to have absolute authority on the rest of the others.
It’s dangerous and harmful because none of the humankind is all knowing, neither s/he can ever be.
It’s detrimental to the system that’s based on ‘Tyaktén Bhunjīthāh’, ‘Consume and enjoy by what you relinquish’.
Kévalāgho bhavati kévalādī’, ‘Only Personified sin becomes that consumes alone’.
These entire infinite Creations are not made for any single person whosoever.
That’s why Autocracy never succeeded here whenever it was practiced.
The Eternal System working here in Our infinite Creations doesn’t allow it ever to succeed.
You may hate/ridicule Ved/Hinduism as much as you want to, but you can’t obliterate it from Our infinite Creations ever.
It’s not any superstition as the anti-Hindus think.
It’s actually the eternal scientific system We have created Our entire infinite Creations on, whether you like it or not.
The atheists dream of a world that has no creator and no faultless eternal scientific system.
It’s impossible.
It can’t be anywhere anytime.
It would cause endless chaos if it is ever there anywhere.
Why don’t these stupid ones understand it ever?
Do they want to execute their any hidden agenda whatsoever they hide from others?
They can’t hide that from Us nevertheless.
It’s Our responsibility to provide optimum consumption, luxury and enjoyment to the persons that are ‘Vāvasānā’.
They base their life on ‘Tyaktén Bhunjīthā’, ‘Consume and enjoy by what you relinquish’ and ‘Kévalāgho bhavati kévalādī’, ‘Only Personified sin becomes that consumes alone’.

R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 46| Mantr 2
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Ved: R’gved: Mandal 1| Sūkt 113| Mantr 1

Ved: Ved Bhāshý

R’gved:

Mandal 1: Sūkt 113: Mantr 1

Ashŧak 1|Adhyāý 8| Anuvāk 16| Varg 1

Ālok Parv :DSM Satyarthi

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Idam shréshŧham jyotishām jyotirāgāchchitrah prakéto ajanishŧ vibhvā,

Yathā prasūtā savituh savāýn évā rātryushasé yonimāraik.

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 Idam| shréshŧham| jyotishām| jyotih| agāt| chitrah| pra’kétah| ajanishŧ| vi’bhvā|

Yathā| pra’sūtā| savituh| savāý| év| rātrī| ushasé| yonim| araik.

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1This excellent light, among lights2, has arrived optimum3. Wonderful4 optimum prudence5 has been generated6, all pervading optimum7.

As the night is generated from sun8, for creativity9, similarly it became the birth place of dawn10, optimum11.

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1. R’shi: Kuts Mahimvat Āngiras

Mantr Dévtā: Ushāh, the dawns. Uttarārdhasý Rātrishch, and the night of last secod part of the Mantr

Chhand/Vedic meter: Trishŧup

R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 164| Mantr 20

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Ved Bhāshý: Atharv Ved: Kānd: 3: Sookt: 30: Mantr: 2

Ved Bhāshý

 

Ved: 4 Atharv Ved:

Kānd 3: Sookt 30: Mantr 2

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Anuvratah pituh putro mātrā bhavatu

sammanāh.

Jāyā patyé madhumatīm vācham vadatu

shantivām.

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1Son follow the sacred  commitments2 of father3, like hearted be with the mother4. The wife speak in a sweet, peace giving,  voice5 to the husband6.

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1. R’shi: Atharvañ M. Āngiras.

Dévtā/Divine Subject: Sammanasyam, like heartedness.

Chhand/Meter: Anushŧup.