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FM7126 FOUR JOURNEYS 3.AG12

 

सर्ग .१२६

राम* उवाच

rAma* uvAca |

अनन्तरम्, मुनि.श्रेष्ठ, कुर्वन्तः किम् विपश्.चितः

anantaram, muni.zreSTha, kurvanta: kim vipazcita: |

आसंस्_तेषु दिगन्तेषु .द्वीप.अब्धि-वन.अद्रिषु ॥७।१२६१॥

Asan_teSu diganteSu sa.dvIpa.abdhi-vana.adriSu ||7|126|1||

वसिष्ठ* उवाच

vasiSTha* uvAca |

शृणु किम्.वृत्तम् एतेषाम्, तात, तत्र विपश्.चिताम्

zRNu kim.vRttam eteSAm, tAta, tatra vipazcitAm |

ताली-तमालामाल.आढ्य-द्वीप.अद्रि-वन.चारिणम् ॥७।१२६२॥

tAlI-tamAlAmAla.ADhya-dvIpa.adri-vana.cAriNam ||7|126|2||

क्रौञ्च.द्वीप-गिरेर् एको विपश्.चित् पश्चिमे तटे

krauJca.dvIpa-gire:_eka:_vipazcit pazcime taTe |

कटेन_अद्रि.तटे पिष्टः करिणा कमलम् यथा ॥७।१२६३॥

kaTena_adri.taTe piSTa: kariNA kamalam yathA ||7|126|3||

द्वितीयो नभसा नीतो रक्षसा विक्षत.अङ्गकः

dvitIya:_nabhasA nIta:_rakSasA vikSata.aGgaka: |

निक्षिप्तो वाडवे वह्नौ तत्र भस्मत्वम् आगतः ॥७।१२६४॥

nikSipta:_vADave vahnau tatra bhasmatvam Agata: ||7|126|4||

तृतीयस् त्रैदशम् देशम् नीतो विद्याधरेण वै

tRtIya:_traidazam dezam nIta:_vidyAdhareNa vai |

गतो ऽप्रणाम-कुपित=शक्र+शापेन भस्मताम् ॥७।१२६५॥

gata:_a.praNAma-kupita=zakra+zApena bhasmatAm ||7|126|5||

चतुर्थश् चतुरम् गच्छन् कुश-द्वीप-गिरेस् तटे

caturtha:_caturam gacchan kuza-dvIpa-gire:_taTe |

दुर्वरेण नदी-कच्छे मकरेण_अष्टधा कृतः ॥७।१२६६॥

durvareNa nadI-kacche makareNa_aSTadhA kRta: ||7|126|6||

ऊर्ध्वम् वहन्त्यः सरितस् तद् अधस्ताद्*धुतो-ऽशनः

Urdhvam vahantya: sarita:_tat_adhastAt*huta:.azana: |

चिति चेत् स्वप्नवद् भाति तत् तथा तत्.स्थितम् भवेत् ॥७।१२६७॥

citi cet_svapnavat_bhAti tat tathA tat.sthitam bhavet ||7|126|7||

अथ तेषाम् ददर्श_असौ व्योम्न्य्_एव व्योम-रूपिणाम्

atha teSAm dadarza_asau vyomni_eva vyoma-rUpiNAm |

संवित्-प्राक्तन-संस्काराद् व्योम.आत्मा-अवनि-मण्डलम् ॥७।१२६८॥

saMvit-prAktana-saMskArAt_vyoma.AtmA-avani-maNDalam ||7|126|8||

सप्त.द्वीप.अब्धि=वलयम् पुर.पत्तन-भूषणम्

sapta.dvIpa.abdhi=valayam pura.pattana-bhUSaNam |

सुर.शैल-शिर:पीठम् ब्रह्मलोक-शिरोमणिम् ॥७।१२६९॥

sura.zaila-zira:pITham brahmaloka-ziromaNim ||7|126|9||

चन्द्र.अर्क-बिम्ब-नयनम् तारा-मुक्ता-कलापकम्

candra.arka-bimba-nayanam tArA-muktA-kalApakam |

विलोल-मेघ-वसनम् नाना-वन-तनू-रुहम् ॥७।१२६।१०॥

vilola-megha-vasanam nAnA-vana-tanU-ruham ||7|126|10||

देहान् विपश्चिताम् संविन्_ददर्श चतुर्रो ऽपि सा

dehAn vipazcitAm saMvit_dadarza catura:_api sA |

प्राग्वत् कल्प-परावृत्तौ द्यौर् दिगन्तान् इव_आततान् ॥७।१२६।११॥

prAgvat kalpa-parAvRttau dyau:_digantAn iva_AtatAn ||7|126|11||

आतिवाहिक-संवित्तेस् ते ऽव्योम्नि व्योमता.आत्मका:

AtivAhika-saMvitte:_te_avyomni vyomatA.AtmakA: |

आधिभौतिक-देहत्व-भावान् ददृशुर् अग्रत: ॥७।१२६।१२॥

Adhibhautika-dehatva-bhAvAn dadRzu:_agrata: ||7|126|12||

अस्य_आत्मकत्वे ऽविद्या_इयम् कियती स्याद् इति_ईक्षितुम्

asya_Atmakatve_avidyA_iyam kiyatI syAt_iti_IkSitum |

चत्वारो ऽपि प्रवृत्तास् ते संस्कार-वशत: पुर: ॥७।१२६।१३॥

catvAra:_api pravRttA:_te saMskAra-vazata: pura: ||7|126|13||

=पाताल-दिवो नद्धम् ऋक्ष.चक्रम् तद् अम्बरे

A=pAtAla-diva:_naddham RkSa.cakram tat_ambare |

दश.दिक्कम् प्रसरति पतद् ऊर्ध्वाद् ऋते ऽभित: ॥७।१२६।१४॥

daza.dikkam prasarati patat_UrdhvAt_Rte_abhita: ||7|126|14||

द्वीप-सप्तकम् उल्लङ्घ्य =महार्णव-सप्तकम्

dvIpa-saptakam ullaGghya sa=mahArNava-saptakam |

विपश्चित्-पश्चिम: प्राप घन-भूमौ जनार्दनम् ॥७।१२६।१५॥

vipazcit-pazcima: prApa ghana-bhUmau janArdanam ||7|126|15||

तस्माद्_अनुपमम् ज्ञानम् समासाद्य दिग्.अन्तरे

tasmAt_an.upamam jJAnam samAsAdya dik.antare |

तस्मिन्न्_एव समाधाने सो ऽतिष्ठद् वर्ष-पञ्चकम् ॥७।१२६।१६॥

tasmin_eva samAdhAne sa:_atiSThat_varSa-paJcakam ||7|126|16||

ततो देहम् परित्यज्य चित्ते सत्ताम् उपागते

tata:_deham parityajya_citte sattAm upAgate |

* तत् प्राण* इव_आकाशम् परम् निर्वाणम् आययौ ॥७।१२६।१७॥

sa* tat prANa* iva_AkAzam param nirvANam Ayayau ||7|126|17||

पूर्व: पर्वणि शीत.अम्शु-बिम्ब-पार्श्वे स्थितम् वपु:

pUrva: parvaNi zIta.amzu-bimba-pArzve sthitam vapu: |

चिन्तयंश्_चिरम् उन्नष्ट-देहश् चन्द्र-पुरे स्थित: ॥७।१२६।१८॥

cintayan*_ciram unnaSTa-deha:_candra-pure sthita: ||7|126|18||

दक्षिण: शल्मलि.द्वीपे राज्यम् उत्सन्न-शात्रव:

dakSiNa: zalmali.dvIpe rAjyam utsanna-zAtrava: |

करोत्य्_अद्य_अपि सतो विस्मृत.अन्य-विनिश्चय: ॥७।१२६।१९॥

karoti_adya_api na sata:_vismRta.anya-vinizcaya: ||7|126|19||

उत्तरस् तरल.आस्फाल-कल्लोले सप्तम.अम्बुधौ

uttara:_tarala.AsphAla-kallole saptama.ambudhau |

सहस्रम् एकम् वर्षाणाम् उवास मकर.उदरे ॥७।१२६।२०॥

sahasram ekam varSANAm uvAsa makara.udare ||7|126|20||

मकर.उदर-मांशासी मृते मकर-नायके

makara.udaramAMzAsI mRte makara-nAyake |

मकर.उदरतो अब्धेश् निर्गतो मकरो यथा ॥७।१२६।२१॥

makara.udarata:_abdhe:_ca nirgata:_makara:_yathA ||7|126|21||

ततो ऽशीति-सहस्राणि योजनानाम् घन.अवनीम्

tata:_azIti-sahasrANi yojanAnAm ghana.avanIm |

हिम-कल्प-जल.अम्भोधेर् उल्लङ्घ्य सुधन.उदरीम् ॥७।१२६।२२॥

hima-kalpa-jala.ambhodhe:_ullaGghya sudhana.udarIm ||7|126|22||

प्राप्तो दश-सहस्राणि योजनानाम् महामहीम्

prApta:_daza-sahasrANi yojanAnAm mahAmahIm |

सौवर्णी सुर-सम्चार-सरणिम् मृतवान् असौ ॥७।१२६।२३॥

sauvarNI sura-samcAra-saraNim mRtavAn_asau ||7|126|23||

तस्याम् भूमौ मध्ये विपश्चिन् नाकिताम् अगात्

tasyAm bhUmau ca madhye ca vipazcit_nAkitAm agAt |

उत्तमाम् अग्नि-मध्य.स्थम् क्षणात् काष्ठम् इव_अग्निताम् ॥७।१२६।२४॥

uttamAm agni-madhya.stham kSaNAt kASTham iva_agnitAm ||7|126|24||

प्रधान-देवो भूत्वा_असौ लोकालोक-गिरिम् गत:

pradhAna-devo bhUtvA_asau lokAloka-girim gata: |

अस्य भू.मण्डल-तरोर् आलवालम् इव स्थितम् ॥७।१२६।२५॥

asya bhU.maNDala-taror AlavAlam iva sthitam ||7|126|25||

* पञ्चाशत्.सहस्राणि योजनानाम् समुन्नतः

sa* paJcAzat.sahasrANi yojanAnAm sam.unnata: |

आलोकलोक.आचार.आढ्यो भाग* एको ऽस्य _इतरः ॥७।१२६।२६॥

Alokaloka.AcAra.ADhya:_bhAga* eka:_asya na_itara: ||7|126|26||

लोकालोक-शिरः प्राप्तम् तारका-मार्ग-संस्थितम्

lokAloka-zira: prAptam tArakA-mArga-saMsthitam |

अदःस्थिता* अपश्यंस्_तम् उच्च-नक्षत्र-शङ्कया ॥७।१२६।२७॥

ada:sthitA* apazyan*_tam ucca-nakSatra-zaGkayA ||7|126|27||

तस्मात् प्रदेशात् तत्.पारे तमस् तस्य महागिरे:

tasmAt pradezAt tat.pAre tama:_tasya mahAgire: |

चतुर्.दिक्कम् महाखातम् नभ: शून्यम् अनन्तकम् ॥७।१२६।२८॥

catur.dikkam mahAkhAtam nabha: zUnyam anantakam ||7|126|28||

ततो भू-गोलको ऽयम् हि समाप्तो वर्तुल.आकृति:

tata:_bhU-golaka:_ayam hi samApta:_vartula.AkRti: |

नभ:शून्यम् महाखातम् ततस् तिमिर-पूरितम् ॥७।१२६।२९॥

nabha:zUnyam mahAkhAtam tata:_timira-pUritam ||7|126|29||

तत्र_अलि-कज्जल-तमाल-नभो ऽन्तराल=

tatra_ali-kajjala-tamAla-nabha:_antarAla=

नीलम् तमो मही जम्गम.आदि

nIlam tama:_na ca mahI na ca jamgama.Adi |

_आलम्बनम् मनाग् अपि वस्तु-जातम्

na_Alambanam na ca manAk_api vastu-jAtam -

किम्चित् कदाचिद् अपि सम्भवति_इति विद्धि ॥७।१२६।३०॥

kimcit kadAcit_api sambhavati_iti viddhi ||7|126|30||

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RAAMA said—

 

अनन्तरम्, मुनि.श्रेष्ठ, कुर्वन्तः किम् विपश्.चितः

anantaram, muni.zreSTha, kurvanta: kim vipazcita: |

आसंस्_तेषु दिगन्तेषु .द्वीप.अब्धि-वन.अद्रिषु ॥७।१२६१॥

Asan_teSu diganteSu sa.dvIpa.abdhi-vana.adriSu ||7|126|1||

.

anantara.xx.m Muni.zreSTha kurvantas kim.!? vipazcit.Vipashchit.The.Scholar.a: Asan teSu diganta.remote/horizon.eSu a.not.dvIpa.land/continent.abdhi.watery.sea vana.forest/woods.adri.mountain.Su

.

*vlm.1 RAMA said:—Now tell me sir, what the Vipaschitas did, being cast in the seas, islands and forests, in the different parts of the earth.

*sv.1-2 VASISTHA continued: Now, listen to what happened to the four Vipascits.

#vipazcita:

 

VASISHTHA said—

 

शृणु किम्.वृत्तम् एतेषाम्, तात, तत्र विपश्.चिताम्

zRNu kim.vRttam eteSAm, tAta, tatra vipazcitAm |

ताली-तमाल​.माल.आढ्य-द्वीप.अद्रि-वन.चारिणाम् ॥७।१२६२॥

tAlI-tamAla.mAla.ADhya-dvIpa.adri-vana.cAriNAm ||7|126|2||

.

zRNu.xx kim.!?.vRtta.xx.m eteSAm.xx tAta.xx tatra.there of vipazcit.the.Scholarite.s.Am tAlI.xx.tamAla.xx.mAla.xx.adhyAtma.Overself.dvIpa.xx.land/continent.adri.xx.mountain.vana.xx.forest/woods.cAri.xx.NAm

.

*vlm.2. Vasistha replied:—Hear now, Ráma, of the Vipaschitas, in all their wanderings amidst the forests of tála and tamála trees, upon the hills and in the islands of different sides.

*sv.1-2 VASISTHA continued: Now, listen to what happened to the four Vipascits.

 #kim.vRtta

 

क्रौञ्च.द्वीप-गिरेर् एको विपश्.चित् पश्चिमे तटे

krauJca.dvIpa-gire:_eka:_vipazcit pazcime taTe |

कटेन_अद्रि.तटे पिष्टः करिणा कमलम् यथा ॥७।१२६३॥

kaTena_adri.taTe piSTa: kariNA kamalam yathA ||7|126|3||

.

krauJca.curlew.dvIpa.land/continent.giri.xx.e: eka.only/one: vipazcit.the.Scholarite pazcima.xx.e taTa:.slope/declivity

.e kaTa.xx.ena adri.mountain.taTa:.slope/declivity

.e piSTa.xx: kari.xx.NA kamala.xx.m yathA.so/in.this.way

.

*sv.3 One of them was killed by an elephant.

*vlm.3. One of the Vipaschitas, that was roving about the westerly ridge of a mountain in Kraunohadwipa, was crushed to death by the tusk of an elephant, as it tears a lotus in the lake.

 

द्वितीयो नभसा नीतो रक्षसा विक्षत.अङ्गकः

dvitIya:_nabhasA nIta:_rakSasA vikSata.aGgaka: |

निक्षिप्तो वाडवे वह्नौ तत्र भस्मत्वम् आगतः ॥७।१२६४॥

nikSipta:_vADave vahnau tatra bhasmatvam Agata: ||7|126|4||

.

as for the second

:

his mangled body

borne thru the air by a Demon

was tossed like trash into the Waadawa undersea.fire

&

incinerated into ash

.

the dvitIya.second:_nabhasA - thru the spacious sky = nIta: rakSasA - brought by.a.demon = vikSata.aGgaka: - a shattered thing = nikSipta: - tossed = vADave vahnau - into Waadawa Submarine fire = tatra bhasmatvam Agata: - there to a condition of ash having come.

*sv.4 The second was taken away by some celestials (yaksas) who dropped him into blazing fire, and he perished.

*vlm.4. Another of these was smashed in his contest with a Ráksasa, who bore his mangled body aloft in air, and then cast it amidst the marine fire, where it was burnt to ashes.

* the dvitIya.second:_nabhasA - thru the spacious sky = nIta: rakSasA - brought by.a.demon = vikSata.aGgaka: - a shattered thing = nikSipta: - tossed = vADave vahnau - into Waadawa Submarine fire = tatra bhasmatvam Agata: - there to a condition of ash having come.

 

तृतीयस् त्रैदशम् देशम् नीतो विद्याधरेण वै

tRtIya:_traidazam dezam nIta:_vidyAdhareNa vai |

गतो ऽप्रणाम-कुपित=शक्र+शापेन भस्मताम् ॥७।१२६५॥

gata:_a.praNAma-kupita=zakra+zApena bhasmatAm ||7|126|5||

.

tRtIya: - the third =

traidazam dezam nIta: - to a place in Indra's Heaven =

vidyAdhareNa vai – by a Sorceress indeed =

gata: - has gone =

a=praNAma-kupita-zakra-zApena – not being honored, the angry Indra w a curse = bhasmatAm – to an ashen state.

*sv.5 The third one was taken up to heaven by the celestials known as vidyadhara; there, that Vipascit did not bow to the king (Indra), who cursed him and reduced him to ashes.

*vlm.5. The third was taken up by a Vidyádhara, to the region of the celestials; where he was reduced to ashes by curse of the god Indra, who was offended at the prince's want of respect towards him.

 

चतुर्थश् चतुरम् गच्छन् कुश-द्वीप-गिरेस् तटे

caturtha:_caturam gacchan kuza-dvIpa-gire:_taTe |

दुर्वरेण नदी-कच्छे मकरेण_अष्टधा कृतः ॥७।१२६६॥

durvareNa nadI-kacche makareNa_aSTadhA kRta: ||7|126|6||

.

caturtha.xx: catura.xx.m gacchan.xx kuza.xx.dvIpa.land/continent.giri.mountain.e:_taTe – on a mountain in -

durvareNa nadI-kacche makareNa_aSTadhA kRta:

*Typo.*duvarin – in both KG/VLM

*sv.6 The fourth was killed by a crocodile.

*vlm.6. The fourth that went to the farthest edge of a mountain in the Kusadwipa, was caught by a shark on the sea shore, which tore his body to eight pieces.

 

ऊर्ध्वम् वहन्त्यः सरितस् तद् अधस्ताद्*धुतो-ऽशनः

Urdhvam vahantya: sarita:_tat_adhastAt*huta:.azana: |

चिति चेत् स्वप्नवद् भाति तत् तथा तत्.स्थितम् भवेत् ॥७।१२६७॥

citi cet_svapnavat_bhAti tat tathA tat.sthitam bhavet ||7|126|7||

.

Urdhva.m vahantya: sarita.flowing/fluent: tat.that/it/he adhasta.At hutozana: cit.Consciousness/Everity.i cet svapna.vat.like bhAti.appear/shin/projecting

tat.that/it/he tathA.thus tat.that/it/he.sthita.existent/situate.m bhavet.becomes

.

*sv.7 Remaining in their subtle bodies, these four saw their own previous history in their own minds, where they had created subtle impressions.

*vlm.7. In this manner did all these four lose their lives on all sides, and they all fell as sorrowfully as the regents of the four quarters, at the last dissolution of the world on the doomsday.

 

अथ तेषाम् ददर्श_असौ व्योम्न्य्_एव व्योम-रूपिणाम्

atha teSAm dadarza_asau vyomni_eva vyoma-rUpiNAm |

संवित्-प्राक्तन-संस्काराद् व्योम.आत्मा-अवनि-मण्डलम् ॥७।१२६८॥

saMvit-prAktana-saMskArAt_vyoma.AtmA-avani-maNDalam ||7|126|8||

.

atha teSAm dadarza asau - next he saw of-them -

vyomni.in spacious.sky eva.indeed\only/very of those vyoma.spacious.sky..rUpi.formed.NAm saMvit.Awareness.prAktana.saMskAra.At vyoma.spacious.sky..AtmA.Aatmaa.self.avani.maNDala.sphere/domnain.m -

.

*vlm.8. After they were reduced to the state of vacuity amidst the vast vacuum, their vacuous and self-conscious souls, were led by the reminiscence of their former states to behold the earth, (to which they had been so much attached).

*sv. In the space of their own consciousness they saw the whole universe with all its oceans and mountains, towns and_cities, the sun and the moon, the stars and the clouds. They even saw their own bodies as before.

 

सप्त.द्वीप.अब्धि=वलयम् पुर.पत्तन-भूषणम्

sapta.dvIpa.abdhi=valayam pura.pattana-bhUSaNam |

सुर.शैल-शिर:पीठम् ब्रह्मलोक-शिरोमणिम् ॥७।१२६९॥

sura.zaila-zira:pITham brahmaloka-ziromaNim ||7|126|9||

.

sapta.dvIpa.abdhi=valayam – seven Lands surrounded by ocean -

pura.pattana-bhUSaNam – adorned by_cities and towns -

sura.xx.zaila.xx.zira.head:pITha.xx.m brahmaloka.xx.ziras.xx.maNi.xx.m

.

*vlm.9. They saw the seven continents with their belts of the seven oceans, and also the_cities and towns with which they were decorated every where.

*sv. In the space of their own consciousness they saw the whole universe with all its oceans and mountains, towns and_cities, the sun and the moon, the stars and the clouds. They even saw their own bodies as before.

 

चन्द्र.अर्क-बिम्ब-नयनम् तारा-मुक्ता-कलापकम्

candra.arka-bimba-nayanam tArA-muktA-kalApakam |

विलोल-मेघ-वसनम् नाना-वन-तनू-रुहम् ॥७।१२६।१०॥

vilola-megha-vasanam nAnA-vana-tanU-ruham ||7|126|10||

.

candra.arka-bimba-nayanam -

the moon & sun the pupils of his eyes =

tArA-muktA-kalApakam – the stars the pearls of his necklace =

vilola-megha-vasanam – the drifting clouds his dress =

nAnA-vana-tanUruham – various-forests=body.hair

.

*vlm.10. They beheld the sky above, with the orbs of the sun and moon forming the pupils of its eyes; and also the clusters of stars, that were hanging as chains of pearls about its neck, and the flaky clouds that formed its folded vest.

*sv. In the space of their own consciousness they saw the whole universe with all its oceans and mountains, towns and_cities, the sun and the moon, the stars and the clouds. They even saw their own bodies as before.

 

देहान् विपश्चिताम् संविन्_ददर्श चतुर्रो ऽपि सा

dehAn vipazcitAm saMvit_dadarza catura:_api sA |

प्राग्वत् कल्प-परावृत्तौ द्यौर् दिगन्तान् इव_आततान् ॥७।१२६।११॥

prAgvat kalpa-parAvRttau dyau:_digantAn iva_AtatAn ||7|126|11||

.

dehAn/dehAt - them.bodies/from.body =

vipazcitAm saMvin_dadarza – of Scholars Awareness saw/knew =

catura.xx: api.even\very sA.that.f. prAgvat.xx kalpa.xx.parAvRtti.xx.au dyaus.xx diganta.remote/horizon.s.An iva.like/as.if Atata.xx.An

.

*vlm.11. They saw with their intellectual eye, the stupendous bodies that rose out of chaos at the revolutions of past kalpa cycles, and filled the amplitude of the sky and all sides of the horizon with the gigantic forms. (These were the big bodies of the many unitarian saivas that appeared at the beginning of repeated creations).

*sv. In the space of their own consciousness they saw the whole universe with all its oceans and mountains, towns and_cities, the sun and the moon, the stars and the clouds. They even saw their own bodies as before.

 

आतिवाहिक-संवित्तेस् ते ऽव्योम्नि व्योमता.आत्मका:

AtivAhika-saMvitte:_te_avyomni vyomatA.AtmakA: |

आधिभौतिक-देहत्व-भावान् ददृशुर् अग्रत: ॥७।१२६।१२॥

Adhibhautika-dehatva-bhAvAn dadRzu:_agrata: ||7|126|12||

.

AtivAhika-saMvitte:_te_avyomni - they, in their skyless Traveler awareness, -

vyomatA.AtmakA: - were of the nature of spaciousness. -

Adhibhautika-dehatva-bhAvAn_dadRzu:_agrata: - they saw their state of material embodiment before them

.

*sv.12. Endowed with the subtle (ativahika) bodies, they saw in the space before them their own physical bodies.

*vlm.12. Being possest of their consciousness in their spiritual forms, they descended to observe the manners of elemental bodies that were exposed before them.

 

अस्य_आत्मकत्वे ऽविद्या_इयम् कियती स्याद् इति_ईक्षितुम्

asya_Atmakatve_avidyA_iyam kiyatI syAt_iti_IkSitum |

चत्वारो ऽपि प्रवृत्तास् ते संस्कार-वशत: पुर: ॥७।१२६।१३॥

catvAra:_api pravRttA:_te saMskAra-vazata: pura: ||7|126|13||

.

asya.his/its Atmaka.nature. tva.condition/-ity.xx.e avidyA.ignorance/unknowing. iyam.this kiyatI.xx syAt.xx iti.so/"thus" IkSitum.xx catvAra.xx: api.even\very pravRtta.proceeding.A: te.they.you saMskAra.xx.vaza.xx.tas.xx pura.xx:

.

*sv.13 On account of their past-life impressions or memories, they saw themselves as being clothed in physical bodies in order to witness the magnitude of the world.

*vlm.13. All the four Vipaschitas were actuated by their previous impressions, to the inquiry into the measure and extent of the ignorance, which led people to the belief of the body as soul itself, in want of their knowledge of the spiritual soul: (as it is the case with gross materialists).

#pravRtta #saMskAra-vaza

 

=पाताल-दिवो नद्धम् ऋक्ष.चक्रम् तद् अम्बरे

A=pAtAla-diva: naddham RkSa.cakram tat ambare |

दश.दिक्कम् प्रसरति पतद् ऊर्ध्वाद् ऋते ऽभित: ॥७।१२६।१४॥

daza.dikkam prasarati patat UrdhvAt Rte abhita: ||7|126|14||

.

A=pAtAla-diva: - from Netherworld to the Heavens =

naddham RkSa.cakram tad ambare

daza.dikkam prasarati – in the ten directions proceeding =

patad UrdhvAd Rte abhita:

*sv.14 In order to see the actual extent of the earth, they roamed other realms.

*vlm.14. They roved from one continent to another, to witness in what part of this ideal globe of the earth was this ignorance (avidyá) most firmly seated, so as to give it the appearance of a visible substance.

#pAtAla #dyu #naddha #RkSa

 

द्वीप-सप्तकम् उल्लङ्घ्य =महार्णव-सप्तकम्

dvIpa-saptakam ullaGghya sa=mahArNava-saptakam |

विपश्चित्-पश्चिम: प्राप घन-भूमौ जनार्दनम् ॥७।१२६।१५॥

vipazcit-pazcima: prApa ghana-bhUmau janArdanam ||7|126|15||

.

dvIpa-saptakam ullaGghya – the seven Continents he crossed =

sa=mahArNava-saptakam – via the seven seas +

vipazcit-pazcima: prApa – the Western Scholar reached =

ghana-bhUmau janArdanam – on solid ground Janaardana (Vishnu the Exciting, or a city with his name).

*sv.15 The western Vipascit crossed seven continents and seven seas and had the good fortune to meet lord Visnu.

*vlm.15. Then passing over the seven continents and oceans, the western Vipaschit, happened to meet with the God Hari standing on a parcel of firm land.

 

तस्माद् अनुपमम् ज्ञानम् समासाद्य दिग्.अन्तरे

tasmAt an.upamam jJAnam samAsAdya dik.antare |

तस्मिन्न् एव समाधाने सो ऽतिष्ठद् वर्ष-पञ्चकम् ॥७।१२६।१६॥

tasmin eva samAdhAne sa: atiSThat varSa-paJcakam ||7|126|16||

.

tasmAt

an.upamam jJAnam samAsAdya

dig.antare

tasmin na iva – as-if not there –

tasmin-n eva – but there -

samAdhAne

sa: atiSThat varSa-paJcakam – he remained for five years.

*vlm.16. Receiving then the incomparable knowledge of divine truth from him, he remained in his samádhi meditation at that spot for full five years.

*sv.16-17 From him Vipascit received the highest wisdom, and remained immersed in samadhi for five years. After that he abandoned the physical body and attained nirvana.

 

ततो देहम् परित्यज्य चित्ते सत्ताम् उपागते

tata: deham parityajya citte sattAm upAgate |

* तत् प्राण* इव आकाशम् परम् निर्वाणम् आययौ ॥७।१२६।१७॥

sa* tat prANa* iva AkAzam param nirvANam Ayayau ||7|126|17||

.

tata: - thence -

deham parityajya - having forsaken the body -

citte sattAm upAgate - the affective mind having come-unto the state of Suchness, -

sa tat.prANa: iva - he like the breath of That -

AkAzam param nirvANam Ayayau - came to the spacious perfect Nirvâna.

*vlm.17. Finding afterwards his soul to be full with divine presence, he relinquished even his spiritual body, he fled like his vital breath, to the transcendent vacuum of final extinction nirvANa.

*sv.16-17 From him Vipascit received the highest wisdom, and remained immersed in samadhi for five years. After that he abandoned the physical body and attained nirvana.

tata: deham parityajya citte sattAm upAgate | sa tat.prANa iva AkAzam param nirvANam Ayayau ||

 

पूर्व: पर्वणि शीत.अम्शु-बिम्ब-पार्श्वे स्थितम् वपु:

pUrva: parvaNi zIta.amzu-bimba-pArzve sthitam vapu: |

चिन्तयंश् चिरम् उन्नष्ट-देहश् चन्द्र-पुरे स्थित: ॥७।१२६।१८॥

cintayan* ciram unnaSTa-deha: candra-pure sthita: ||7|126|18||

.

pUrva: - the Easterner -

parvaNi

zIta.amzu-bimba-pArzve

sthitam vapu:

cintayan ciram

unnaSTa-deha:

candra-pure sthita:

*sv.18 The oriental Vipascit remained close to the rays of the moon and contemplated the moon constantly; hence he attained the realm of the moon.

*vlm.18. The eastern Vipaschit was translated to the region of moon (by his adoration of that luminary), and was seated beside that full bright orb (for his great purity and piety). But the prince, though placed in the exalted sphere of the moon, continued ever afterwards to lament for the loss of his former body. (So heavenly souls are said to long for their bodies).

* AB has a full folio page of meandering commentary here.

 

दक्षिण: शल्मलि.द्वीपे राज्यम् उत्सन्न-शात्रव:

dakSiNa: zalmali.dvIpe rAjyam utsanna-zAtrava: |

करोत्य् अद्य अपि सतो विस्मृत.अन्य-विनिश्चय: ॥७।१२६।१९॥

karoti adya api na sata: vismRta.anya-vinizcaya: ||7|126|19||

.

*sv.19 The southern Vipascit destroyed all his enemies and even now he rules the country because he did not lose his memory or his convictions.

*vlm.19. The southern prince being forgetful of his spiritual nature, thinks himself to be reigning in the salmalidwipa, and employed in the investigation of external and sensible objects.

.

dakSiNa: zalmali.dvIpe rAjyam utsanna-zAtrava: | karoti adya api na sata: vismRta.anya-vinizcaya:

 

उत्तरस् तरल.आस्फाल-कल्लोले सप्तम.अम्बुधौ

uttara: tarala.AsphAla-kallole saptama.ambudhau |

सहस्रम् एकम् वर्षाणाम् उवास मकर.उदरे ॥७।१२६।२०॥

sahasram ekam varSANAm uvAsa makara.udare ||7|126|20||

.

uttara: tarala.AsphAla-kallole saptama.ambudhau sahasram ekam varSANAm uvAsa makara.udare

.

*sv.20 The northern Vipascit was eaten by a crocodile in whose body he lived for a thousand and one years.

*vlm.20. The northern one dwelling amidst the limpid waters of the seventh ocean, thought himself to be devoured by a shark, which retained him in his belly for the space of a thousand and one years.

 

मकर.उदर-मांशासी मृते मकर-नायके

makara.udaramAMzAsI mRte makara-nAyake |

मकर.उदरतो अब्धेश् निर्गतो मकरो यथा ॥७।१२६।२१॥

makara.udarata: abdhe: ca nirgata: makara: yathA ||7|126|21||

.

makara.udaramAMzAsI mRte makara-nAyake makara.udara.ta: abdhe: ca nirgato makaro yathA

.

*sv.21 When that crocodile died, he emerged from its body as another crocodile.

*vlm.21. There he fed upen the bowels of the shark, which killed the animal in a short time; and then he came out of its belly, as if it gave birth to a young shark.

* makara.udaramAMzAsI

 

ततो ऽशीति-सहस्राणि योजनानाम् घन.अवनीम्

tata: azIti-sahasrANi yojanAnAm ghana.avanIm |

हिम-कल्प-जल.अम्भोधेर् उल्लङ्घ्य सुधन.उदरीम् ॥७।१२६।२२॥

hima-kalpa-jala.ambhodhe: ullaGghya sudhana.udarIm ||7|126|22||

.

tata:  

azIti-sahasrANi yojanAnAm – v 80 thousand leagues -

ghana.avanIm – solid ground =

hima-kalpa-jala.ambhodhe:  

ullaGghya sudhana.udarIm

.

*vlm.22. Then he passed the frigid ocean of snows and over its icy tracts, stretching to eighty thousand yojanas (or leagues) in dimension.

*sv.22-23 Then he crossed oceans and ice-packs of unimaginable distance and reached the lake of the gods known as Suvarna. There he died.

tata: azIti-sahasrANi yojanAnAm ghana.avanIm | hima-kalpa-jala.ambhodhe: ullaGghya sudhana.udarIm |

 

प्राप्तो दश-सहस्राणि योजनानाम् महामहीम्

prApta: daza-sahasrANi yojanAnAm mahAmahIm |

सौवर्णी सुर-सम्चार-सरणिम् मृतवान् असौ ॥७।१२६।२३॥

sauvarNI sura-samcAra-saraNim mRtavAn asau ||7|126|23||

.

prApta: daza-sahasrANi x

yojanAnAm mahAmahIm - x +

sauvarNI x

sura-samcAra-saraNim x

mRtavAn asau – deathlike this.he.

*vlm.23. He next arrived a spot of solid gold, which was the haunt of gods, and stretched to ten thousand yoganas, and here he met with his end.

*sv.22-23 Then he crossed oceans and ice-packs of unimaginable distance and reached the lake of the gods known as Suvarna. There he died.

#mahAmaha #saraNi

 

तस्याम् भूमौ मध्ये विपश्चिन् नाकिताम् अगात्

tasyAm bhUmau ca madhye ca vipazcit nAkitAm agAt |

उत्तमाम् अग्नि-मध्य.स्थम् क्षणात् काष्ठम् इव अग्निताम् ॥७।१२६।२४॥

uttamAm agni-madhya.stham kSaNAt kASTham iva agnitAm ||7|126|24||

.

tasyAm bhUmau ca madhye ca vipazcin - and in that land, in its midst, vipashcit the Scholar -

nAkitAm agAt uttamAm - came to the highest godhead -

agni-madhya.stham kSaNAt kASTham - a stick of wood set in the middle of a fire at.once -

iva agnitAm - becomes thus on-fire.

*AB. nakItAm deva-bhAvam Agat . ||7|126|

*sv.24 Because he died in that realm of the gods, this Vipascit became a god, even as a piece of wood lying in the midst of coals of fire instantly becomes fire.

*vlm.24. In this land the prince Vipaschit attained the state of a God head, in the same manner as a piece of wood is turned to fire in a burning furnace.

#nam* -> #nAka - #nAkin - m. "having (i.e. dwelling in) heaven", a god Pur.

 

प्रधान-देवो भूत्वा असौ लोकालोक-गिरिम् गत:

pradhAna-devo bhUtvA asau lokAloka-girim gata: |

अस्य भू.मण्डल-तरोर् आलवालम् इव स्थितम् ॥७।१२६।२५॥

asya bhU.maNDala-taror AlavAlam iva sthitam ||7|126|25||

.

pradhAna-deva: bhUtvA asau – when he has become a Principal.God +

lokAloka-girim gata: - gone to the Darklight.Mountains =

asya bhU.maNDala-taro: AlavAlam iva sthitam – which stand like the footbasin of the WorldTree

.

*sv.25 This last Vipascit reached the boundaries of the earth-plane known as the Lokaloka mountains which he remembered from his past-birth experiences.

*vlm.25. Being one of the principal Gods, he went to the Lokáloka or polar mountain, which sourrounded the globe of the earth, as an aqueduct begirds the base of a tree.

#pradhAna

#alavAla: #AlavAla: - a basin for water round the root of a tree *ragh.&c.

*AB. AlavAlam setum iva . ||7|126|

 

* पञ्चाशत्.सहस्राणि योजनानाम् समुन्नतः

sa* paJcAzat.sahasrANi yojanAnAm sam.unnata: |

आलोकलोक.आचार.आढ्यो भाग* एको ऽस्य इतरः ॥७।१२६।२६॥

Alokaloka.AcAra.ADhya: bhAga* eka: asya na itara: ||7|126|26||

.

sa - paJcAzat.sahasrANi yojanAnAm sam.unnata: Alokaloka.AcAra.ADhya: bhAga eka: asya na itara:

.

*sv.26 These mountains are several thousand miles in height; one side is illumined, whereas the other is not.

*vlm.26. It rises to the height of fifty thousand yojanas, and has the inhabited earth on one side of it which faces the sunlight, and eternal darkness reigning on the other.

sa paJcAzat.sahasrANi yojanAnAm sam.unnata: | Alokaloka.AcAra.ADhya: bhAga eka: asya na itara:

 

लोकालोक-शिरः प्राप्तम् तारका-मार्ग-संस्थितम्

lokAloka-zira: prAptam tArakA-mArga-saMsthitam |

अदःस्थिता* अपश्यंस् तम् उच्च-नक्षत्र-शङ्कया ॥७।१२६।२७॥

ada:sthitA* apazyan* tam ucca-nakSatra-zaGkayA ||7|126|27||

.

lokAloka-zira: prAptam tArakAmArga-saMsthitam ada:sthitA apazyaM: tam ucca-nakSatra-zaGkayA

.

*sv.27 From there he saw the earth, etc., as if they were distant stars.

*vlm.27. He ascended to the top of the Polar mount, which pierced the starry sphere; and as he was seated upon it, he was beheld in the light of a star by the beholders below.

l#tArakAmArga

#ucca-nakSatra-zaGkA

 

तस्मात् प्रदेशात् तत्.पारे तमस् तस्य महागिरे:

tasmAt pradezAt tat.pAre tama: tasya mahAgire: |

चतुर्.दिक्कम् महाखातम् नभ: शून्यम् अनन्तकम् ॥७।१२६।२८॥

catur.dikkam mahAkhAtam nabha: zUnyam anantakam ||7|126|28||

.

tasmAt pradezAt tat.pAre tama: tasya mahAgire: catur.dikkam mahAkhAtam nabha: zUnyam anantakam

.

*vlm.28. Beyond that spot and afar from this highest mountain, lay the deep arid dark abyss of infinite void.

*sv.28-29-30 Then he went to that side of these mountains which was forever shrouded in darkness. Beyond that is the great void in which there is no earth, no beings and nothing mobile or immobile. In it even the potentiality of creation does not exist.

#catur.dikkam #mahAkhAtam #anantaka

 

ततो भू-गोलको ऽयम् हि समाप्तो वर्तुल.आकृति:

tata: bhU-golaka: ayam hi samApta: vartula.AkRti: |

नभ:शून्यम् महाखातम् ततस् तिमिर-पूरितम् ॥७।१२६।२९॥

nabha:zUnyam mahAkhAtam tata: timira-pUritam ||7|126|29||

.

tatas.therefore/from.that bhU.Earth\becoming.golaka: ayam.this hi.for/indeed samApta: vartula.AkRti: nabhas.zUnya.m mahAkhAta.m tatas timira.pUrita.m

.

*vlm.29. Here was the end of the globular form of this earth, and beyond it was the vacuity of the sky, of fathomless depth, and full of impervious darkness.

*sv.28-29-30 Then he went to that side of these mountains which was forever shrouded in darkness. Beyond that is the great void in which there is no earth, no beings and nothing mobile or immobile. In it even the potentiality of creation does not exist.

 

तत्र अलि-कज्जल-तमाल-नभो ऽन्तराल=

tatra ali-kajjala-tamAla-nabha: antarAla=

नीलम् तमो मही जम्गम.आदि

nIlam tama: na ca mahI na ca jamgama.Adi |

आलम्बनम् मनाग् अपि वस्तु-जातम्

na Alambanam na ca manAk api vastu-jAtam -

किम्चित् कदाचिद् अपि सम्भवति इति विद्धि ॥७।१२६।३०॥

kimcit kadAcit api sambhavati iti viddhi ||7|126|30||

.

tatra – there ali.xx.kajjala.cloud/ink/lampblack.tamAla.xx.nabhas.spacious.sky. antarAla.xx.nIla.xx.m tamas.xx na.not ca.and/also mahI.xx na.not ca.and/also jaMgama.moving.Adi.&c na Alambana.xx.m na.not ca.and/also manAk.a bit api.even\very - not either even a bit vastujAtam – substantially born kimcit kadAcit api sambhavati - whatever whenever comes.to.be iti.so/"thus" viddhi.!know.to.be – so know

.

*vlm.30. There reigns a darkness of the hue of a swarm of black bees, and as the shade of the black tamála trees; there is neither the stable earth nor any moving body under the extended sky; this great void is devoid of spport, nor does it support anything whatever at any time. (This is chaos).

*sv.28-29-30 Then he went to that side of these mountains which was forever shrouded in darkness. Beyond that is the great void in which there is no earth, no beings and nothing mobile or immobile. In it even the potentiality of creation does not exist.

 

 

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FM.7.126

 

FOUR JOURNEYS

 

RÂMA said—

 

अनन्तरम्, मुनि.श्रेष्ठ, कुर्वन्तः किम् विपश्.चितः

anantaram, muni.zreSTha, kurvanta: kim vipazcita: |

आसंस्_तेषु दिगन्तेषु .द्वीप.अब्धि.वन.अद्रिषु ॥७।१२६१॥

Asan_teSu diganteSu sa.dvIpa.abdhi.vana.adriSu ||7|126|1||

.

anantara.m Muni.zreSTha kurvantas kim.!? vipazcit.Vipashchit.The.Scholar.a: Asan teSu diganta.remote/horizon.eSu a.not.dvIpa.land/continent.abdhi.watery.sea vana.forest/woods.adri.mountain.Su

.

*vlm.1 RAMA said:—Now tell me sir, what the Vipaschitas did, being cast in the seas, islands and forests, in the different parts of the earth.

*sv.1.2 VASISTHA continued: Now, listen to what happened to the four Vipascits.

#vipazcita:

 

VASISHTHA said—

 

शृणु किम्.वृत्तम् एतेषाम्, तात, तत्र विपश्.चिताम्

zRNu kim.vRttam eteSAm, tAta, tatra vipazcitAm |

ताली.तमा.माल.आढ्य.द्वीप.अद्रि.वन.चारिणाम् ॥७।१२६२॥

tAlI.tamAla.mAla.ADhya.dvIpa.adri.vana.cAriNAm ||7|126|2||

.

zRNu kim.!?.vRtta.m eteSAm tAta tatra.there of vipazcit.the.Scholarite.s.Am tAlI.tamAla.mAla.adhyAtma.Overself.dvIpa.land/continent.adri.mountain.vana.forest/woods.cAri.NAm

.

*vlm.2. Vasistha replied:—Hear now, Ráma, of the Vipaschitas, in all their wanderings amidst the forests of tála and tamála trees, upon the hills and in the islands of different sides.

*sv.1.2 VASISTHA continued: Now, listen to what happened to the four Vipascits.

 #kim.vRtta

 

क्रौञ्च.द्वीप.गिरेर् एको विपश्.चित् पश्चिमे तटे

krauJca.dvIpa.gire:_eka:_vipazcit pazcime taTe |

कटेन_अद्रि.तटे पिष्टः करिणा कमलम् यथा ॥७।१२६३॥

kaTena_adri.taTe piSTa: kariNA kamalam yathA ||7|126|3||

.

krauJca.curlew.dvIpa.land/continent.giri.e: eka.only/one: vipazcit.the.Scholarite pazcima.e taTa:.slope/declivity

.e kaTa.ena adri.mountain.taTa:.slope/declivity

.e piSTa: kari.NA kamala.m yathA.so/in.this.way

.

*sv.3 One of them was killed by an elephant.

*vlm.3. One of the Vipaschitas, that was roving about the westerly ridge of a mountain in Kraunohadwipa, was crushed to death by the tusk of an elephant, as it tears a lotus in the lake.

 

द्वितीयो नभसा नीतो रक्षसा विक्षत.अङ्गकः

dvitIya:_nabhasA nIta:_rakSasA vikSata.aGgaka: |

निक्षिप्तो वाडवे वह्नौ तत्र भस्मत्वम् आगतः ॥७।१२६४॥

nikSipta:_vADave vahnau tatra bhasmatvam Agata: ||7|126|4||

.

as for the second

:

his mangled body

borne thru the air by a Demon

was tossed like trash into the Waadawa undersea.fire

&

incinerated into ash

.

the dvitIya.second:_nabhasA . thru the spacious sky = nIta: rakSasA . brought by.a.demon = vikSata.aGgaka: . a shattered thing = nikSipta: . tossed = vADave vahnau . into Waadawa Submarine fire = tatra bhasmatvam Agata: . there to a condition of ash having come.

*sv.4 The second was taken away by some celestials (yaksas) who dropped him into blazing fire, and he perished.

*vlm.4. Another of these was smashed in his contest with a Ráksasa, who bore his mangled body aloft in air, and then cast it amidst the marine fire, where it was burnt to ashes.

* the dvitIya.second:_nabhasA . thru the spacious sky = nIta: rakSasA . brought by.a.demon = vikSata.aGgaka: . a shattered thing = nikSipta: . tossed = vADave vahnau . into Waadawa Submarine fire = tatra bhasmatvam Agata: . there to a condition of ash having come.

 

तृतीयस् त्रैदशम् देशम् नीतो विद्याधरेण वै

tRtIya:_traidazam dezam nIta:_vidyAdhareNa vai |

गतो ऽप्रणाम.कुपित=शक्र+शापेन भस्मताम् ॥७।१२६५॥

gata:_a.praNAma.kupita=zakra+zApena bhasmatAm ||7|126|5||

.

tRtIya: . the third =

traidazam dezam nIta: . to a place in Indra's Heaven =

vidyAdhareNa vai – by a Sorceress indeed =

gata: . has gone =

a=praNAma.kupita.zakra.zApena – not being honored, the angry Indra w a curse = bhasmatAm – to an ashen state.

*sv.5 The third one was taken up to heaven by the celestials known as vidyadhara; there, that Vipascit did not bow to the king (Indra), who cursed him and reduced him to ashes.

*vlm.5. The third was taken up by a Vidyádhara, to the region of the celestials; where he was reduced to ashes by curse of the god Indra, who was offended at the prince's want of respect towards him.

 

चतुर्थश् चतुरम् गच्छन् कुश.द्वीप.गिरेस् तटे

caturtha:_caturam gacchan kuza.dvIpa.gire:_taTe |

दुर्वरेण नदी.कच्छे मकरेण_अष्टधा कृतः ॥७।१२६६॥

durvareNa nadI.kacche makareNa_aSTadhA kRta: ||7|126|6||

.

caturtha: catura.m gacchan kuza.dvIpa.land/continent.giri.mountain.e:_taTe – on a mountain in .

durvareNa nadI.kacche makareNa_aSTadhA kRta:

*Typo.*duvarin – in both KG/VLM

*sv.6 The fourth was killed by a crocodile.

*vlm.6. The fourth that went to the farthest edge of a mountain in the Kusadwipa, was caught by a shark on the sea shore, which tore his body to eight pieces.

 

ऊर्ध्वम् वहन्त्यः सरितस् तद् अधस्ताद्*धुतो.ऽशनः

Urdhvam vahantya: sarita:_tat_adhastAt*huta:.azana: |

चिति चेत् स्वप्नवद् भाति तत् तथा तत्.स्थितम् भवेत् ॥७।१२६७॥

citi cet_svapnavat_bhAti tat tathA tat.sthitam bhavet ||7|126|7||

.

Urdhva.m vahantya: sarita.flowing/fluent: tat.that/it/he adhasta.At hutozana: cit.Consciousness/Everity.i cet svapna.vat.like bhAti.appear/shin/projecting

tat.that/it/he tathA.thus tat.that/it/he.sthita.existent/situate.m bhavet.becomes

.

*sv.7 Remaining in their subtle bodies, these four saw their own previous history in their own minds, where they had created subtle impressions.

*vlm.7. In this manner did all these four lose their lives on all sides, and they all fell as sorrowfully as the regents of the four quarters, at the last dissolution of the world on the doomsday.

 

अथ तेषाम् ददर्श_असौ व्योम्न्य्_एव व्योम.रूपिणाम्

atha teSAm dadarza_asau vyomni_eva vyoma.rUpiNAm |

संवित्.प्राक्तन.संस्काराद् व्योम.आत्मा.अवनि.मण्डलम् ॥७।१२६८॥

saMvit.prAktana.saMskArAt_vyoma.AtmA.avani.maNDalam ||7|126|8||

.

atha teSAm dadarza asau . next he saw of.them .

vyomni.in spacious.sky eva.indeed\only/very of those vyoma.spacious.sky..rUpi.formed.NAm saMvit.Awareness.prAktana.saMskAra.At vyoma.spacious.sky..AtmA.Aatmaa.self.avani.maNDala.sphere/domnain.m .

.

*vlm.8. After they were reduced to the state of vacuity amidst the vast vacuum, their vacuous and self.conscious souls, were led by the reminiscence of their former states to behold the earth, (to which they had been so much attached).

*sv. In the space of their own consciousness they saw the whole universe with all its oceans and mountains, towns and_cities, the sun and the moon, the stars and the clouds. They even saw their own bodies as before.

 

सप्त.द्वीप.अब्धि=वलयम् पुर.पत्तन.भूषणम्

sapta.dvIpa.abdhi=valayam pura.pattana.bhUSaNam |

सुर.शैल.शिर:पीठम् ब्रह्मलोक.शिरोमणिम् ॥७।१२६९॥

sura.zaila.zira:pITham brahmaloka.ziromaNim ||7|126|9||

.

sapta.dvIpa.abdhi=valayam – seven Lands surrounded by ocean .

pura.pattana.bhUSaNam – adorned by_cities and towns .

sura.zaila.zira.head:pITha.m brahmaloka.ziras.maNi.m

.

*vlm.9. They saw the seven continents with their belts of the seven oceans, and also the_cities and towns with which they were decorated every where.

*sv. In the space of their own consciousness they saw the whole universe with all its oceans and mountains, towns and_cities, the sun and the moon, the stars and the clouds. They even saw their own bodies as before.

 

चन्द्र.अर्क.बिम्ब.नयनम् तारा.मुक्ता.कलापकम्

candra.arka.bimba.nayanam tArA.muktA.kalApakam |

विलोल.मेघ.वसनम् नाना.वन.तनू.रुहम् ॥७।१२६।१०॥

vilola.megha.vasanam nAnA.vana.tanU.ruham ||7|126|10||

.

candra.arka.bimba.nayanam .

the moon & sun the pupils of his eyes =

tArA.muktA.kalApakam – the stars the pearls of his necklace =

vilola.megha.vasanam – the drifting clouds his dress =

nAnA.vana.tanUruham – various.forests=body.hair

.

*vlm.10. They beheld the sky above, with the orbs of the sun and moon forming the pupils of its eyes; and also the clusters of stars, that were hanging as chains of pearls about its neck, and the flaky clouds that formed its folded vest.

*sv. In the space of their own consciousness they saw the whole universe with all its oceans and mountains, towns and_cities, the sun and the moon, the stars and the clouds. They even saw their own bodies as before.

 

देहान् विपश्चिताम् संविन्_ददर्श चतुर्रो ऽपि सा

dehAn vipazcitAm saMvit_dadarza catura:_api sA |

प्राग्वत् कल्प.परावृत्तौ द्यौर् दिगन्तान् इव_आततान् ॥७।१२६।११॥

prAgvat kalpa.parAvRttau dyau:_digantAn iva_AtatAn ||7|126|11||

.

dehAn/dehAt . them.bodies/from.body =

vipazcitAm saMvin_dadarza – of Scholars Awareness saw/knew =

catura: api.even\very sA.that.f. prAgvat kalpa.parAvRtti.au dyaus diganta.remote/horizon.s.An iva.like/as.if Atata.An

.

*vlm.11. They saw with their intellectual eye, the stupendous bodies that rose out of chaos at the revolutions of past kalpa cycles, and filled the amplitude of the sky and all sides of the horizon with the gigantic forms. (These were the big bodies of the many unitarian saivas that appeared at the beginning of repeated creations).

*sv. In the space of their own consciousness they saw the whole universe with all its oceans and mountains, towns and_cities, the sun and the moon, the stars and the clouds. They even saw their own bodies as before.

 

आतिवाहिक.संवित्तेस् ते ऽव्योम्नि व्योमता.आत्मका:

AtivAhika.saMvitte:_te_avyomni vyomatA.AtmakA: |

आधिभौतिक.देहत्व.भावान् ददृशुर् अग्रत: ॥७।१२६।१२॥

Adhibhautika.dehatva.bhAvAn dadRzu:_agrata: ||7|126|12||

.

AtivAhika.saMvitte:_te_avyomni . they, in their skyless Traveler awareness, .

vyomatA.AtmakA: . were of the nature of spaciousness. .

Adhibhautika.dehatva.bhAvAn_dadRzu:_agrata: . they saw their state of material embodiment before them

.

*sv.12. Endowed with the subtle (ativahika) bodies, they saw in the space before them their own physical bodies.

*vlm.12. Being possest of their consciousness in their spiritual forms, they descended to observe the manners of elemental bodies that were exposed before them.

 

अस्य_आत्मकत्वे ऽविद्या_इयम् कियती स्याद् इति_ईक्षितुम्

asya_Atmakatve_avidyA_iyam kiyatI syAt_iti_IkSitum |

चत्वारो ऽपि प्रवृत्तास् ते संस्कार.वशत: पुर: ॥७।१२६।१३॥

catvAra:_api pravRttA:_te saMskAra.vazata: pura: ||7|126|13||

.

asya.his/its Atmaka.nature. tva.condition/.ity.e avidyA.ignorance/unknowing. iyam.this kiyatI syAt iti.so/"thus" IkSitum catvAra: api.even\very pravRtta.proceeding.A: te.they.you saMskAra.vaza.tas pura:

.

*sv.13 On account of their past.life impressions or memories, they saw themselves as being clothed in physical bodies in order to witness the magnitude of the world.

*vlm.13. All the four Vipaschitas were actuated by their previous impressions, to the inquiry into the measure and extent of the ignorance, which led people to the belief of the body as soul itself, in want of their knowledge of the spiritual soul: (as it is the case with gross materialists).

#pravRtta #saMskAra.vaza

 

=पाताल.दिवो नद्धम् ऋक्ष.चक्रम् तद् अम्बरे

A=pAtAla.diva: naddham RkSa.cakram tat ambare |

दश.दिक्कम् प्रसरति पतद् ऊर्ध्वाद् ऋते ऽभित: ॥७।१२६।१४॥

daza.dikkam prasarati patat UrdhvAt Rte abhita: ||7|126|14||

.

A=pAtAla.diva: . from Netherworld to the Heavens =

naddham RkSa.cakram tad ambare

daza.dikkam prasarati – in the ten directions proceeding =

patad UrdhvAd Rte abhita:

*sv.14 In order to see the actual extent of the earth, they roamed other realms.

*vlm.14. They roved from one continent to another, to witness in what part of this ideal globe of the earth was this ignorance (avidyá) most firmly seated, so as to give it the appearance of a visible substance.

#pAtAla #dyu #naddha #RkSa

 

द्वीप.सप्तकम् उल्लङ्घ्य =महार्णव.सप्तकम्

dvIpa.saptakam ullaGghya sa=mahArNava.saptakam |

विपश्चित्.पश्चिम: प्राप घन.भूमौ जनार्दनम् ॥७।१२६।१५॥

vipazcit.pazcima: prApa ghana.bhUmau janArdanam ||7|126|15||

.

dvIpa.saptakam ullaGghya – the seven Continents he crossed =

sa=mahArNava.saptakam – via the seven seas +

vipazcit.pazcima: prApa – the Western Scholar reached =

ghana.bhUmau janArdanam – on solid ground Janaardana (Vishnu the Exciting, or a city with his name).

*sv.15 The western Vipascit crossed seven continents and seven seas and had the good fortune to meet lord Visnu.

*vlm.15. Then passing over the seven continents and oceans, the western Vipaschit, happened to meet with the God Hari standing on a parcel of firm land.

 

तस्माद् अनुपमम् ज्ञानम् समासाद्य दिग्.अन्तरे

tasmAt an.upamam jJAnam samAsAdya dik.antare |

तस्मिन्न् एव समाधाने सो ऽतिष्ठद् वर्ष.पञ्चकम् ॥७।१२६।१६॥

tasmin eva samAdhAne sa: atiSThat varSa.paJcakam ||7|126|16||

.

tasmAt

an.upamam jJAnam samAsAdya

dig.antare

tasmin na iva – as.if not there –

tasmin.n eva – but there .

samAdhAne

sa: atiSThat varSa.paJcakam – he remained for five years.

*vlm.16. Receiving then the incomparable knowledge of divine truth from him, he remained in his samádhi meditation at that spot for full five years.

*sv.16.17 From him Vipascit received the highest wisdom, and remained immersed in samadhi for five years. After that he abandoned the physical body and attained nirvana.

 

ततो देहम् परित्यज्य चित्ते सत्ताम् उपागते

tata: deham parityajya citte sattAm upAgate |

* तत् प्राण* इव आकाशम् परम् निर्वाणम् आययौ ॥७।१२६।१७॥

sa* tat prANa* iva AkAzam param nirvANam Ayayau ||7|126|17||

.

tata: . thence .

deham parityajya . having forsaken the body .

citte sattAm upAgate . the affective mind having come.unto the state of Suchness, .

sa tat.prANa: iva . he like the breath of That .

AkAzam param nirvANam Ayayau . came to the spacious perfect Nirvâna.

*vlm.17. Finding afterwards his soul to be full with divine presence, he relinquished even his spiritual body, he fled like his vital breath, to the transcendent vacuum of final extinction nirvANa.

*sv.16.17 From him Vipascit received the highest wisdom, and remained immersed in samadhi for five years. After that he abandoned the physical body and attained nirvana.

tata: deham parityajya citte sattAm upAgate | sa tat.prANa iva AkAzam param nirvANam Ayayau ||

 

पूर्व: पर्वणि शीत.अम्शु.बिम्ब.पार्श्वे स्थितम् वपु:

pUrva: parvaNi zIta.amzu.bimba.pArzve sthitam vapu: |

चिन्तयंश् चिरम् उन्नष्ट.देहश् चन्द्र.पुरे स्थित: ॥७।१२६।१८॥

cintayan* ciram unnaSTa.deha: candra.pure sthita: ||7|126|18||

.

pUrva: . the Easterner .

parvaNi

zIta.amzu.bimba.pArzve

sthitam vapu:

cintayan ciram

unnaSTa.deha:

candra.pure sthita:

*sv.18 The oriental Vipascit remained close to the rays of the moon and contemplated the moon constantly; hence he attained the realm of the moon.

*vlm.18. The eastern Vipaschit was translated to the region of moon (by his adoration of that luminary), and was seated beside that full bright orb (for his great purity and piety). But the prince, though placed in the exalted sphere of the moon, continued ever afterwards to lament for the loss of his former body. (So heavenly souls are said to long for their bodies).

* AB has a full folio page of meandering commentary here.

 

दक्षिण: शल्मलि.द्वीपे राज्यम् उत्सन्न.शात्रव:

dakSiNa: zalmali.dvIpe rAjyam utsanna.zAtrava: |

करोत्य् अद्य अपि सतो विस्मृत.अन्य.विनिश्चय: ॥७।१२६।१९॥

karoti adya api na sata: vismRta.anya.vinizcaya: ||7|126|19||

.

*sv.19 The southern Vipascit destroyed all his enemies and even now he rules the country because he did not lose his memory or his convictions.

*vlm.19. The southern prince being forgetful of his spiritual nature, thinks himself to be reigning in the salmalidwipa, and employed in the investigation of external and sensible objects.

.

dakSiNa: zalmali.dvIpe rAjyam utsanna.zAtrava: | karoti adya api na sata: vismRta.anya.vinizcaya:

 

उत्तरस् तरल.आस्फाल.कल्लोले सप्तम.अम्बुधौ

uttara: tarala.AsphAla.kallole saptama.ambudhau |

सहस्रम् एकम् वर्षाणाम् उवास मकर.उदरे ॥७।१२६।२०॥

sahasram ekam varSANAm uvAsa makara.udare ||7|126|20||

.

uttara: tarala.AsphAla.kallole saptama.ambudhau sahasram ekam varSANAm uvAsa makara.udare

.

*sv.20 The northern Vipascit was eaten by a crocodile in whose body he lived for a thousand and one years.

*vlm.20. The northern one dwelling amidst the limpid waters of the seventh ocean, thought himself to be devoured by a shark, which retained him in his belly for the space of a thousand and one years.

 

मकर.उदर.मांशासी मृते मकर.नायके

makara.udaramAMzAsI mRte makara.nAyake |

मकर.उदरतो अब्धेश् निर्गतो मकरो यथा ॥७।१२६।२१॥

makara.udarata: abdhe: ca nirgata: makara: yathA ||7|126|21||

.

makara.udaramAMzAsI mRte makara.nAyake makara.udara.ta: abdhe: ca nirgato makaro yathA

.

*sv.21 When that crocodile died, he emerged from its body as another crocodile.

*vlm.21. There he fed upen the bowels of the shark, which killed the animal in a short time; and then he came out of its belly, as if it gave birth to a young shark.

* makara.udaramAMzAsI

 

ततो ऽशीति.सहस्राणि योजनानाम् घन.अवनीम्

tata: azIti.sahasrANi yojanAnAm ghana.avanIm |

हिम.कल्प.जल.अम्भोधेर् उल्लङ्घ्य सुधन.उदरीम् ॥७।१२६।२२॥

hima.kalpa.jala.ambhodhe: ullaGghya sudhana.udarIm ||7|126|22||

.

tata:  

azIti.sahasrANi yojanAnAm – v 80 thousand leagues .

ghana.avanIm – solid ground =

hima.kalpa.jala.ambhodhe:  

ullaGghya sudhana.udarIm

.

*vlm.22. Then he passed the frigid ocean of snows and over its icy tracts, stretching to eighty thousand yojanas (or leagues) in dimension.

*sv.22.23 Then he crossed oceans and ice.packs of unimaginable distance and reached the lake of the gods known as Suvarna. There he died.

tata: azIti.sahasrANi yojanAnAm ghana.avanIm | hima.kalpa.jala.ambhodhe: ullaGghya sudhana.udarIm |

 

प्राप्तो दश.सहस्राणि योजनानाम् महामहीम्

prApta: daza.sahasrANi yojanAnAm mahAmahIm |

सौवर्णी सुर.सम्चार.सरणिम् मृतवान् असौ ॥७।१२६।२३॥

sauvarNI sura.samcAra.saraNim mRtavAn asau ||7|126|23||

.

prApta: daza.sahasrANi x

yojanAnAm mahAmahIm . x +

sauvarNI x

sura.samcAra.saraNim x

mRtavAn asau – deathlike this.he.

*vlm.23. He next arrived a spot of solid gold, which was the haunt of gods, and stretched to ten thousand yoganas, and here he met with his end.

*sv.22.23 Then he crossed oceans and ice.packs of unimaginable distance and reached the lake of the gods known as Suvarna. There he died.

#mahAmaha #saraNi

 

तस्याम् भूमौ मध्ये विपश्चिन् नाकिताम् अगात्

tasyAm bhUmau ca madhye ca vipazcit nAkitAm agAt |

उत्तमाम् अग्नि.मध्य.स्थम् क्षणात् काष्ठम् इव अग्निताम् ॥७।१२६।२४॥

uttamAm agni.madhya.stham kSaNAt kASTham iva agnitAm ||7|126|24||

.

tasyAm bhUmau ca madhye ca vipazcin . and in that land, in its midst, vipashcit the Scholar .

nAkitAm agAt uttamAm . came to the highest godhead .

agni.madhya.stham kSaNAt kASTham . a stick of wood set in the middle of a fire at.once .

iva agnitAm . becomes thus on.fire.

*AB. nakItAm deva.bhAvam Agat . ||7|126|

*sv.24 Because he died in that realm of the gods, this Vipascit became a god, even as a piece of wood lying in the midst of coals of fire instantly becomes fire.

*vlm.24. In this land the prince Vipaschit attained the state of a God head, in the same manner as a piece of wood is turned to fire in a burning furnace.

#nam* .> #nAka . #nAkin . m. "having (i.e. dwelling in) heaven", a god Pur.

 

प्रधान.देवो भूत्वा असौ लोकालोक.गिरिम् गत:

pradhAna.devo bhUtvA asau lokAloka.girim gata: |

अस्य भू.मण्डल.तरोर् आलवालम् इव स्थितम् ॥७।१२६।२५॥

asya bhU.maNDala.taror AlavAlam iva sthitam ||7|126|25||

.

pradhAna.deva: bhUtvA asau – when he has become a Principal.God +

lokAloka.girim gata: . gone to the Darklight.Mountains =

asya bhU.maNDala.taro: AlavAlam iva sthitam – which stand like the footbasin of the WorldTree

.

*sv.25 This last Vipascit reached the boundaries of the earth.plane known as the Lokaloka mountains which he remembered from his past.birth experiences.

*vlm.25. Being one of the principal Gods, he went to the Lokáloka or polar mountain, which sourrounded the globe of the earth, as an aqueduct begirds the base of a tree.

#pradhAna

#alavAla: #AlavAla: . a basin for water round the root of a tree *ragh.&c.

*AB. AlavAlam setum iva . ||7|126|

 

* पञ्चाशत्.सहस्राणि योजनानाम् समुन्नतः

sa* paJcAzat.sahasrANi yojanAnAm sam.unnata: |

आलोकलोक.आचार.आढ्यो भाग* एको ऽस्य इतरः ॥७।१२६।२६॥

Alokaloka.AcAra.ADhya: bhAga* eka: asya na itara: ||7|126|26||

.

sa . paJcAzat.sahasrANi yojanAnAm sam.unnata: Alokaloka.AcAra.ADhya: bhAga eka: asya na itara:

.

*sv.26 These mountains are several thousand miles in height; one side is illumined, whereas the other is not.

*vlm.26. It rises to the height of fifty thousand yojanas, and has the inhabited earth on one side of it which faces the sunlight, and eternal darkness reigning on the other.

sa paJcAzat.sahasrANi yojanAnAm sam.unnata: | Alokaloka.AcAra.ADhya: bhAga eka: asya na itara:

 

लोकालोक.शिरः प्राप्तम् तारका.मार्ग.संस्थितम्

lokAloka.zira: prAptam tArakA.mArga.saMsthitam |

अदःस्थिता* अपश्यंस् तम् उच्च.नक्षत्र.शङ्कया ॥७।१२६।२७॥

ada:sthitA* apazyan* tam ucca.nakSatra.zaGkayA ||7|126|27||

.

lokAloka.zira: prAptam tArakAmArga.saMsthitam ada:sthitA apazyaM: tam ucca.nakSatra.zaGkayA

.

*sv.27 From there he saw the earth, etc., as if they were distant stars.

*vlm.27. He ascended to the top of the Polar mount, which pierced the starry sphere; and as he was seated upon it, he was beheld in the light of a star by the beholders below.

l#tArakAmArga

#ucca.nakSatra.zaGkA

 

तस्मात् प्रदेशात् तत्.पारे तमस् तस्य महागिरे:

tasmAt pradezAt tat.pAre tama: tasya mahAgire: |

चतुर्.दिक्कम् महाखातम् नभ: शून्यम् अनन्तकम् ॥७।१२६।२८॥

catur.dikkam mahAkhAtam nabha: zUnyam anantakam ||7|126|28||

.

tasmAt pradezAt tat.pAre tama: tasya mahAgire: catur.dikkam mahAkhAtam nabha: zUnyam anantakam

.

*vlm.28. Beyond that spot and afar from this highest mountain, lay the deep arid dark abyss of infinite void.

*sv.28.29.30 Then he went to that side of these mountains which was forever shrouded in darkness. Beyond that is the great void in which there is no earth, no beings and nothing mobile or immobile. In it even the potentiality of creation does not exist.

#catur.dikkam #mahAkhAtam #anantaka

 

ततो भू.गोलको ऽयम् हि समाप्तो वर्तुल.आकृति:

tata: bhU.golaka: ayam hi samApta: vartula.AkRti: |

नभ:शून्यम् महाखातम् ततस् तिमिर.पूरितम् ॥७।१२६।२९॥

nabha:zUnyam mahAkhAtam tata: timira.pUritam ||7|126|29||

.

tatas.therefore/from.that bhU.Earth\becoming.golaka: ayam.this hi.for/indeed samApta: vartula.AkRti: nabhas.zUnya.m mahAkhAta.m tatas timira.pUrita.m

.

*vlm.29. Here was the end of the globular form of this earth, and beyond it was the vacuity of the sky, of fathomless depth, and full of impervious darkness.

*sv.28.29.30 Then he went to that side of these mountains which was forever shrouded in darkness. Beyond that is the great void in which there is no earth, no beings and nothing mobile or immobile. In it even the potentiality of creation does not exist.

 

तत्र अलि.कज्जल.तमाल.नभो ऽन्तराल=

tatra ali.kajjala.tamAla.nabha: antarAla=

नीलम् तमो मही जम्गम.आदि

nIlam tama: na ca mahI na ca jamgama.Adi |

आलम्बनम् मनाग् अपि वस्तु.जातम्

na Alambanam na ca manAk api vastu.jAtam .

किम्चित् कदाचिद् अपि सम्भवति इति विद्धि ॥७।१२६।३०॥

kimcit kadAcit api sambhavati iti viddhi ||7|126|30||

.

tatra – there ali.kajjala.cloud/ink/lampblack.tamAla.nabhas.spacious.sky. antarAla.nIla.m tamas na.not ca.and/also mahI na.not ca.and/also jaMgama.moving.Adi.&c na Alambana.m na.not ca.and/also manAk.a bit api.even\very . not either even a bit vastujAtam – substantially born kimcit kadAcit api sambhavati . whatever whenever comes.to.be iti.so/"thus" viddhi.!know.to.be – so know

.

*vlm.30. There reigns a darkness of the hue of a swarm of black bees, and as the shade of the black tamála trees; there is neither the stable earth nor any moving body under the extended sky; this great void is devoid of spport, nor does it support anything whatever at any time. (This is chaos).

*sv.28.29.30 Then he went to that side of these mountains which was forever shrouded in darkness. Beyond that is the great void in which there is no earth, no beings and nothing mobile or immobile. In it even the potentiality of creation does not exist.

 

FM7127

 

DN7126 FOUR JOURNEYS 3.AG12

सर्ग .१२६

राम* उवाच

rAma* uvAca |

अनन्तरम्, मुनि.श्रेष्ठ, कुर्वन्तः किम् विपश्.चितः

anantaram, muni.zreSTha, kurvanta: kim vipazcita: |

आसंस्_तेषु दिगन्तेषु .द्वीप.अब्धि.वन.अद्रिषु ॥७।१२६१॥

Asan_teSu diganteSu sa.dvIpa.abdhi.vana.adriSu ||7|126|1||

वसिष्ठ* उवाच

vasiSTha* uvAca |

शृणु किम्.वृत्तम् एतेषाम्, तात, तत्र विपश्.चिताम्

zRNu kim.vRttam eteSAm, tAta, tatra vipazcitAm |

ताली.तमालामाल.आढ्य.द्वीप.अद्रि.वन.चारिणम् ॥७।१२६२॥

tAlI.tamAlAmAla.ADhya.dvIpa.adri.vana.cAriNam ||7|126|2||

क्रौञ्च.द्वीप.गिरेर् एको विपश्.चित् पश्चिमे तटे

krauJca.dvIpa.gire:_eka:_vipazcit pazcime taTe |

कटेन_अद्रि.तटे पिष्टः करिणा कमलम् यथा ॥७।१२६३॥

kaTena_adri.taTe piSTa: kariNA kamalam yathA ||7|126|3||

द्वितीयो नभसा नीतो रक्षसा विक्षत.अङ्गकः

dvitIya:_nabhasA nIta:_rakSasA vikSata.aGgaka: |

निक्षिप्तो वाडवे वह्नौ तत्र भस्मत्वम् आगतः ॥७।१२६४॥

nikSipta:_vADave vahnau tatra bhasmatvam Agata: ||7|126|4||

तृतीयस् त्रैदशम् देशम् नीतो विद्याधरेण वै

tRtIya:_traidazam dezam nIta:_vidyAdhareNa vai |

गतो ऽप्रणाम.कुपित=शक्र+शापेन भस्मताम् ॥७।१२६५॥

gata:_a.praNAma.kupita=zakra+zApena bhasmatAm ||7|126|5||

चतुर्थश् चतुरम् गच्छन् कुश.द्वीप.गिरेस् तटे

caturtha:_caturam gacchan kuza.dvIpa.gire:_taTe |

दुर्वरेण नदी.कच्छे मकरेण_अष्टधा कृतः ॥७।१२६६॥

durvareNa nadI.kacche makareNa_aSTadhA kRta: ||7|126|6||

ऊर्ध्वम् वहन्त्यः सरितस् तद् अधस्ताद्*धुतो.ऽशनः

Urdhvam vahantya: sarita:_tat_adhastAt*huta:.azana: |

चिति चेत् स्वप्नवद् भाति तत् तथा तत्.स्थितम् भवेत् ॥७।१२६७॥

citi cet_svapnavat_bhAti tat tathA tat.sthitam bhavet ||7|126|7||

अथ तेषाम् ददर्श_असौ व्योम्न्य्_एव व्योम.रूपिणाम्

atha teSAm dadarza_asau vyomni_eva vyoma.rUpiNAm |

संवित्.प्राक्तन.संस्काराद् व्योम.आत्मा.अवनि.मण्डलम् ॥७।१२६८॥

saMvit.prAktana.saMskArAt_vyoma.AtmA.avani.maNDalam ||7|126|8||

सप्त.द्वीप.अब्धि=वलयम् पुर.पत्तन.भूषणम्

sapta.dvIpa.abdhi=valayam pura.pattana.bhUSaNam |

सुर.शैल.शिर:पीठम् ब्रह्मलोक.शिरोमणिम् ॥७।१२६९॥

sura.zaila.zira:pITham brahmaloka.ziromaNim ||7|126|9||

चन्द्र.अर्क.बिम्ब.नयनम् तारा.मुक्ता.कलापकम्

candra.arka.bimba.nayanam tArA.muktA.kalApakam |

विलोल.मेघ.वसनम् नाना.वन.तनू.रुहम् ॥७।१२६।१०॥

vilola.megha.vasanam nAnA.vana.tanU.ruham ||7|126|10||

देहान् विपश्चिताम् संविन्_ददर्श चतुर्रो ऽपि सा

dehAn vipazcitAm saMvit_dadarza catura:_api sA |

प्राग्वत् कल्प.परावृत्तौ द्यौर् दिगन्तान् इव_आततान् ॥७।१२६।११॥

prAgvat kalpa.parAvRttau dyau:_digantAn iva_AtatAn ||7|126|11||

आतिवाहिक.संवित्तेस् ते ऽव्योम्नि व्योमता.आत्मका:

AtivAhika.saMvitte:_te_avyomni vyomatA.AtmakA: |

आधिभौतिक.देहत्व.भावान् ददृशुर् अग्रत: ॥७।१२६।१२॥

Adhibhautika.dehatva.bhAvAn dadRzu:_agrata: ||7|126|12||

अस्य_आत्मकत्वे ऽविद्या_इयम् कियती स्याद् इति_ईक्षितुम्

asya_Atmakatve_avidyA_iyam kiyatI syAt_iti_IkSitum |

चत्वारो ऽपि प्रवृत्तास् ते संस्कार.वशत: पुर: ॥७।१२६।१३॥

catvAra:_api pravRttA:_te saMskAra.vazata: pura: ||7|126|13||

=पाताल.दिवो नद्धम् ऋक्ष.चक्रम् तद् अम्बरे

A=pAtAla.diva:_naddham RkSa.cakram tat_ambare |

दश.दिक्कम् प्रसरति पतद् ऊर्ध्वाद् ऋते ऽभित: ॥७।१२६।१४॥

daza.dikkam prasarati patat_UrdhvAt_Rte_abhita: ||7|126|14||

द्वीप.सप्तकम् उल्लङ्घ्य =महार्णव.सप्तकम्

dvIpa.saptakam ullaGghya sa=mahArNava.saptakam |

विपश्चित्.पश्चिम: प्राप घन.भूमौ जनार्दनम् ॥७।१२६।१५॥

vipazcit.pazcima: prApa ghana.bhUmau janArdanam ||7|126|15||

तस्माद्_अनुपमम् ज्ञानम् समासाद्य दिग्.अन्तरे

tasmAt_an.upamam jJAnam samAsAdya dik.antare |

तस्मिन्न्_एव समाधाने सो ऽतिष्ठद् वर्ष.पञ्चकम् ॥७।१२६।१६॥

tasmin_eva samAdhAne sa:_atiSThat_varSa.paJcakam ||7|126|16||

ततो देहम् परित्यज्य चित्ते सत्ताम् उपागते

tata:_deham parityajya_citte sattAm upAgate |

* तत् प्राण* इव_आकाशम् परम् निर्वाणम् आययौ ॥७।१२६।१७॥

sa* tat prANa* iva_AkAzam param nirvANam Ayayau ||7|126|17||

पूर्व: पर्वणि शीत.अम्शु.बिम्ब.पार्श्वे स्थितम् वपु:

pUrva: parvaNi zIta.amzu.bimba.pArzve sthitam vapu: |

चिन्तयंश्_चिरम् उन्नष्ट.देहश् चन्द्र.पुरे स्थित: ॥७।१२६।१८॥

cintayan*_ciram unnaSTa.deha:_candra.pure sthita: ||7|126|18||

दक्षिण: शल्मलि.द्वीपे राज्यम् उत्सन्न.शात्रव:

dakSiNa: zalmali.dvIpe rAjyam utsanna.zAtrava: |

करोत्य्_अद्य_अपि सतो विस्मृत.अन्य.विनिश्चय: ॥७।१२६।१९॥

karoti_adya_api na sata:_vismRta.anya.vinizcaya: ||7|126|19||

उत्तरस् तरल.आस्फाल.कल्लोले सप्तम.अम्बुधौ

uttara:_tarala.AsphAla.kallole saptama.ambudhau |

सहस्रम् एकम् वर्षाणाम् उवास मकर.उदरे ॥७।१२६।२०॥

sahasram ekam varSANAm uvAsa makara.udare ||7|126|20||

मकर.उदर.मांशासी मृते मकर.नायके

makara.udaramAMzAsI mRte makara.nAyake |

मकर.उदरतो अब्धेश् निर्गतो मकरो यथा ॥७।१२६।२१॥

makara.udarata:_abdhe:_ca nirgata:_makara:_yathA ||7|126|21||

ततो ऽशीति.सहस्राणि योजनानाम् घन.अवनीम्

tata:_azIti.sahasrANi yojanAnAm ghana.avanIm |

हिम.कल्प.जल.अम्भोधेर् उल्लङ्घ्य सुधन.उदरीम् ॥७।१२६।२२॥

hima.kalpa.jala.ambhodhe:_ullaGghya sudhana.udarIm ||7|126|22||

प्राप्तो दश.सहस्राणि योजनानाम् महामहीम्

prApta:_daza.sahasrANi yojanAnAm mahAmahIm |

सौवर्णी सुर.सम्चार.सरणिम् मृतवान् असौ ॥७।१२६।२३॥

sauvarNI sura.samcAra.saraNim mRtavAn_asau ||7|126|23||

तस्याम् भूमौ मध्ये विपश्चिन् नाकिताम् अगात्

tasyAm bhUmau ca madhye ca vipazcit_nAkitAm agAt |

उत्तमाम् अग्नि.मध्य.स्थम् क्षणात् काष्ठम् इव_अग्निताम् ॥७।१२६।२४॥

uttamAm agni.madhya.stham kSaNAt kASTham iva_agnitAm ||7|126|24||

प्रधान.देवो भूत्वा_असौ लोकालोक.गिरिम् गत:

pradhAna.devo bhUtvA_asau lokAloka.girim gata: |

अस्य भू.मण्डल.तरोर् आलवालम् इव स्थितम् ॥७।१२६।२५॥

asya bhU.maNDala.taror AlavAlam iva sthitam ||7|126|25||

* पञ्चाशत्.सहस्राणि योजनानाम् समुन्नतः

sa* paJcAzat.sahasrANi yojanAnAm sam.unnata: |

आलोकलोक.आचार.आढ्यो भाग* एको ऽस्य _इतरः ॥७।१२६।२६॥

Alokaloka.AcAra.ADhya:_bhAga* eka:_asya na_itara: ||7|126|26||

लोकालोक.शिरः प्राप्तम् तारका.मार्ग.संस्थितम्

lokAloka.zira: prAptam tArakA.mArga.saMsthitam |

अदःस्थिता* अपश्यंस्_तम् उच्च.नक्षत्र.शङ्कया ॥७।१२६।२७॥

ada:sthitA* apazyan*_tam ucca.nakSatra.zaGkayA ||7|126|27||

तस्मात् प्रदेशात् तत्.पारे तमस् तस्य महागिरे:

tasmAt pradezAt tat.pAre tama:_tasya mahAgire: |

चतुर्.दिक्कम् महाखातम् नभ: शून्यम् अनन्तकम् ॥७।१२६।२८॥

catur.dikkam mahAkhAtam nabha: zUnyam anantakam ||7|126|28||

ततो भू.गोलको ऽयम् हि समाप्तो वर्तुल.आकृति:

tata:_bhU.golaka:_ayam hi samApta:_vartula.AkRti: |

नभ:शून्यम् महाखातम् ततस् तिमिर.पूरितम् ॥७।१२६।२९॥

nabha:zUnyam mahAkhAtam tata:_timira.pUritam ||7|126|29||

तत्र_अलि.कज्जल.तमाल.नभो ऽन्तराल=

tatra_ali.kajjala.tamAla.nabha:_antarAla=

नीलम् तमो मही जम्गम.आदि

nIlam tama:_na ca mahI na ca jamgama.Adi |

_आलम्बनम् मनाग् अपि वस्तु.जातम्

na_Alambanam na ca manAk_api vastu.jAtam .

किम्चित् कदाचिद् अपि सम्भवति_इति विद्धि ॥७।१२६।३०॥

kimcit kadAcit_api sambhavati_iti viddhi ||7|126|30||

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santoSaH paramo lAbhaH satsaGgaH paramA gatiH |
vicAraH paramaM jJAnaM zamo hi paramaM sukham ||

सन्तोषः परमो लाभः सत्सङ्गः परमा गतिः।
विचारः परमं ज्ञानं शमो हि परमं सुखम्॥
Contentment is the highest gain, Good Company the highest course,
Enquiry the highest wisdom, and Peace the highest enjoyment.
                             -- Yoga Vasishtha 


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