Ved: Ved Bhashy’: R’gved: Mandal 9: Sookt 46: Mantr 2

Ved Bhāshý:

 R’gved

 Mandal 9

 Pavmān Som Mandal

 Sūkt 46: Mantr 2

 DSM Satyarthi

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Parishkr’tās indavo yoshév pitryāvatī, vāyum soma asr’xat.

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 1Sanctified with constant efforts2, immensely richest persons3, as if a young lady, with her father, pride for him. Som created air/atomosphere.

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1R’shi: Ayāsý Mahimvat Āngiras Dévtā/Divine Subject: Pavmān Som Chhand/Vedic Meter: Gāyatrī

2. ‘S’ tu dīrghkāl-nairantarý-satkārāsévito dr’đhbhūmih

‘But that is strong if longtime continuous, practiced with respect.’

Pātanjal Yog Darshanam: 1Samaadhipaad|14

Practices for short times, longtime but discontinued

every now and then, and longtime but with distaste and/or ignoring it, never produce the required results.

Parishkr’tās’, ‘sanctified with constant efforts’, means ‘bhr’gavahactually.

No person that isn’t sanctified with constant efforts can be immensely richest in Our eternal scientific mathematical system actually we have established in Our infinite creations.

Even if somehow s/he manages to do it, s/he can’t enjoy it ever.

There will be money as much as s/he wanted, but practically it will be absolutely useless for him/her.

Either s/he would be suffering from some disease(s) that won’t allow him/her to get benefited by this aparishkr’t, this unsanctified money, or there would be his/her ever-greedy relatives, friends and/or acquaintances that will be always around him/her to kill him/her, or declare him/her legally incompetent to have decisive powers on his/her impurely earned and/or accumulated money.

If you peruse the entire history of humankind you can never deny that it happens so many times around you, whether you notice it or not.

This is Our eternal universal, multiversal constitution actually.

None can get rid of it ever.

On the other hand, if you are one of the Parishkr’tās Indavah, one of the sanctified with constant efforts immensely richest persons, none can ever snatch away your well earned money from you despite his/her/their howsoever desperate and cunning conspiracies even.

The entire history of humankind stands to its evidence too.

Mantharā and Kaikéyī tried their best to snatch away from Lord Bhagvān Rām what he deserved to have perfectly, legally, democratically.

It was his parishkr’t, sanctified with constant efforts, assets.

It was in his well earned, legally earned, democratically earned Bhogchakr, Consumption Cycle.

What happened?

Bharat expressly refused to take it and surrendered it to Lord Bhagvān Rām with immense fanfare even.

No Mantharā, no Kaikéyī, no Rāvañ even could stop it.

Shakuni and Dhr’trñshŧr wanted to snatch away from Pāndavs what was legally and democratically theirs.

Could Shakuni and Dhr’trñshŧr succeed?

Never.

Your parishkr’tās assets are always yours.

None can snatch away them from you.

They are ever engraved in your Bhogchakr, in your ever-indomitable Consumption Cycle.

You are one of the Parishkr’tās Indavah, one of the Sanctified immensely richest persons.

3. ‘Indavo’ in original text.

Hinduism/Ved is not against its followers if they

are/want to be rich/richest.

Nevertheless, Hinduism/Ved is strongly against the means the persons use to get rich/richest if the means are harmful to entire humanity.

Hinduism/Ved believes in the ever  supremacy of humanity.

If a person gets rich/richest through the means harmful to humanity, Hinduism/Ved is against him/her.

Moreover, ‘Parishkr’tās indavo’ ‘Sanctified with constant efforts2, immensely richest persons3’ does mean: every obedient of Eīshān Param Brahm Paramātmā must try to be as much richest as he/she could be:

Shathast samāhar sahasrhast sam kir.’

Hundred handed one! Bring/collect properly. ‘Thousand/countless handed one! Distribute properly.

Ved 4 Atharv Ved 3|24|5:

Kr’ñvanto Vishvamāryam/Dharmsantānam/ Dharmsansthāpan/Aqāmat-e-Ħukūmat-e-Ilāhī/Establishing Kingdom of God cannot be completed ever, if the distribution of assets bestowed by Us on entire humankind isn’t proper optimum.

However, you can’t distribute anything if you don’t possess it.

How can you distribute anything you don’t possess ever?

Most of the crimes and injustice in humankind is either due to the ignorance of the persons, their idleness or improper distribution of the assets We bestowed on humankind.

If you really want to end this injustice, and you don’t have another option if you really are Our obedient/Sukr’t/ a noble person, there isn’t another practical peaceful way except to possess entire assets yourself/yourselves and then distribute them properly optimum.

Consequently, never criticize the person/persons who try to be rich/richest if they are Parishkr’tās indavah.

Try to understand with a cool mind and proper optimum prudence what they actually are doing.

Communism has already failed due to the immense selfishness of their incompetent leaders, if you oppose now  Hinduism even, there isn’t any probability of survival of humanity.

Try to understand the impasse you are creating for your own future generations and entire humanity by opposing the movement of Hinduism, if you are doing it.

It may be you can’t join it due to your own imprudence/idleness, but at least you are not compelled to join its opponents.

Are you?

Think with keeping your mind cool and trying to keep yourself above your blind inhuman ego, if you are really a human being and not a bi-pad animal still now in your own evolution process.

 Ved: R’gved: Mandal 9 Sookt 46 Mantr 3

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According to Hinduism: We must be polite, not coward

According to Hinduism:

We must be polite, not coward

DSM Satyarthi

There are always some persons, everywhere, who can’t differentiate between politeness and cowardice.

Actually, they don’t want to.

Hinduism advocates politeness, not cowardice.
Angad tells  Ravan:
Ram tej bal budhi vipulaai,
Shesh sahas shat sakahin n’ gaai.
Sak sar ek shoshi shat saagar,
Tav bhraatahin poochheun Naynaagar.
Taasu vachan suni saagar paaheen,
Maangat panth, kr’paa man maaheen.’

‘Even hundreds of thousands Shesh can’t describe Ram‘s vigor, capability and vastness of wisdom.
He can dry hundreds of seas with only one arrow.
Yet, he has asked your brother.
Respecting his advice, he is asking a way from sea. He has kindness in his heart.’
Shri Ramcharit Manas: 5 Sundarkand 55|1-3

This incidence is very important to learn how we should behave, according to Hinduism.
We should not lack vigor.
It’s one thing to use our vigor unjustifiably, it’s quite another thing we lack vigor, at all.
Our Lord Ram, did not lack vigor, yet he never used it unjustifiably.
He was not incapable.
His capability was almost unlimited.
Yet, he never used his capability for anything unjustified.
He was not a fool.
The vastness of his wisdom can be seen analyzing every decision he took in his life.

Yet, he never used his wisdom to exert and impose even his decisions on others.
He always encouraged every person, who came into his contact, to express his views if he/she had a difference of opinion.
He even acted on their advices, REJECTING HIS OWN PERSONAL OPINION.
This is why he is called MARYADA PURUSHOTTAM.

But, even then, is this politeness  indefinite?
Certainly not.
Even this very incidence makes it quite clear:

‘Vinay’ n’ maanat jaladhi jad, gaye teen din beeti,
Bole Ram sakop tab, bhay’ binu hoi n’ preeti.’
‘Three days have passed. Foolish sea did not grant the request.
Lord Ram, then, quite angry, said:’There won’t be love until it isn’t afraid.’

Lachhman baan sharaasan aanoo,
Sokhaun vaaridhi vishish Kr’shaanoo.’

Laxman! bring the arrow and the bow.
with a special arrow, I’ll dry the sea.’

‘Shath san vinay’, kutil san preetee,
Sahaj kr’pan’ san sundar neetee.
Mamtaarat san gyaan kahaanee,
Ati lobhee san virati bakhaanee.
Krodhihi sham, kaamihi Hari kathaa,
Oosar beej bhaye phal yathaa.
As kahi Raghupati chaap chadhaavaa,
Yah mat Lachhiman ke man bhaavaa.’

‘Request to a wicked, Love with a wicked diplomat schemer,
Nice policy with a vowed mean,
Describing ultimate truth to an obsessed selfish,
Peace to an angry person, and the divine history of Param Purush to a sex obsessed one;
All these things are as if sowing seeds into an unfertile land.’
Speaking thus, Lord Ram became ready to throw the arrow.
Laxman appreciated this policy.’
Shri Ramcharit Manas: 5 Sundar kand: 1-5.

The lessons to learn from this incidence are:

1. Our first approach must not be aggressive, however powerful we are.
2. We should wait for a reasonable time to let our request to be granted.
3.We should not wait indefinitely.
4. If all the possibilities of peace are exhausted, we should NEVER surrender to wickedness.

5. WE MUST attack it.

It  was the policy till we flourished.
Unfortunately, there emerged some impractical persons who did not know anything of human psychology.
They advocated indefinite politeness that was never taught by Hinduism.
All the cowards praised them.
Unfortunately, cowards are always more everywhere than the brave ones.
Cowardice does not require anything to be done.
Bravery does.
So, every person who does not want to work, always supports cowardice in the disguise that they are supporting PEACE.
No, they are certainly not.
They are supporting future slavery of the entire society to the wicked.

It’s what happened with Hindus once.
If they again want to let it happen, I’ve nothing to say.
You are free to take your own decisions.

In my opinion terrorism should be fought against, if you are really a Hindu/human being.

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Commentary on Ved from DSM Satyarthi:

1. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

2. R’gved: Mandal 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 2

3. R’gved: Mandal 2| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

4. R’gved: Mandal 3| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

5. R’gved: Mandal 4| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

6. R’gved: Mandal 5| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

7. R’gved: Mandal 6| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

8. R’gved: Mandal 7| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

9. R’gved: Mandal 8| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

10. R’gved: Mandal 9| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

11. R’gved: Mandal 10| Sookt 1| Mantr 1

12. Yajurved: Adhyaay’ 1| Mantr 1

13. Saamved: Mantr 1

14. Atharv Ved: Kaand 1| Sookt 1| Mantr 1