Mandukya Upanishad


Om! Bhadram karnebhih s'rnuyāma devāh 
bhadram pasyemākṣhabhiryajatrāh
sthirairangaistushtuvam sastanūbhir 
vyaśema devahitam yadāyuh
svasti na indro vriddhaśravāh
svasti nah pūṣhā viśvavedāh
svasti nastārkṣhyo ariṣhtanemih
svasti no brihaspatirdadhātu
Om śāntih; śāntih; śāntih

Verses

Ōmityetadakṣharamidam sarvam, tasyopavyākhyanam, 
bhūtam bhavatbhaviṣhyaditi sarvamomkāra eva;
yaccānyat trikālātītam tadapyomkāra eva. 

Sarvam hyeted brahma; ayamātmā brahma; 
soyamātmā chatuṣhpāt.

Jāgaritasthāno bahihprajñah saptānga
ekonavimśatimukhah sthūlabhug vaiśvānarah
prathamah pādah.

Svapnasthāno'ntah-prajñah saptānga ekonavimsatimukhah
praviviktabhuk taijaso dvītiyah pādah.

Yatra supto na kancana kāman kāmayate;
na kancana svapnam paśyati tat suṣhuptam.
suṣhuptasthāna ekibhūtah prajñānāghana evānandamayo
hyānandabhuk cetomukhah prājñas-tṛtīyah pādah.

Eṣha sarveśvara eṣha sarvajña eṣho'ntaryāmyesha 
yonih sarvasya prabhavāpyayau hi bhūtānam. .

Nāntah-prajñam, na bahih prajñam, no'bhayatah-prajñam na
prajnañāghanam, na prajñam, na-aprajñam; 
adriṣhtam-avyavahārayam-agrahyam-alakshanam-acintyam
avyapadeśyam-ekātmapratyayasāram prapancopaśamam
śāntam, śivam-advaitam caturtham
manyante, sa ātmā sa vijñeyah. 

So'yamātmā-adhyaksharam-Omkaro'dhimatram, pādā mātrā,
mātrāsca pādā akāra ukāro makāra iti.

Jāgaritasthāno vaiśvānaro'kārah prathamā
mātrā āpterādimatvādvāpnoti ha vai
sarvān kāmānādisca bhavati ya evam veda.

Svapnasthānastaijasa ukāro dvitīya
mātrotkarṣhādubhayatvādvotkarṣhati ha vai
jñana-santatim, samānasca bhavat
nāsyābrahmavit kule bhavati, ya evam veda.

Pushuptasthānah prājño makārastṛtīya mātrā 
miterapīter vā, minoti ha vā idam
sarvam-apītisca bhavati, ya evam veda. 

Amātrascaturtho'vyavahāryah prapancopaśamah sivo'dvaita
evamomkāra ātmaiva, samviśatyātmanatmanam ya evam
veda, ya evam veda.


Om śantih; śantih; śantih 

 

Quote of the day

Look out into the universe and contemplate the glory of God. Observe the stars, millions of them, twinkling in the night sky, all with a message of unity, part of the very nature of God.…

__________Sai Baba