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ULLadu Narpadu - 53
« on: April 29, 2010, 10:44:29 AM »
The Verses 5,6 and 7 of ULLadu Narpadu main text have to be
seen together, as these have got inter-connected ideas.

Tamil Version:

5.

Udal pancha kosa uruvathanal einthum
Udal ennum sollil odungum - udal anri
Undo ulaham udal vittu ulagathaik
Kandar uLaro kazharu.

6.

Ulagam eimpulangal uruveru anru avvaim
Pulanaim poRikkup pulanai - ulahai manam
Onraim poRivayaal ornthidudhalan manathai
Anri ulahu undo aRai.

7.

Ulaharivu onrai uthithu odungum enum
Ulaharivu thannal oLirum - ulaharivu
Thonri maraitharku idanai thonri maraiyathu oLirum
Poonram ahthe poruL.   

Sanskrit Version:  Kavyakanta Ganapati Sastri:

5.

yat pancha kosatmakam asti deham
tadantaraa kim bhuvanam chakaasti
deham vinaa pancha vidham tadetat
pasyanti ke vaa bhuvanam bhanantu.

6.

Sabdaadi roopam bhuvanam samastam
Sabdadi sttendriya vritti bhaasyaa
Sattendriyaanaam manaso vase syaat
manomayam tad bhuvanam vadaamah.

7.

Dhiyaa sahodeti dhiaastam eti
Lokas-tato dhi pravibhaasya eash
Dhi-loka-janma-ksya-dhaama poornam
sad-vastu janma-ksaya-sunyam-ekam.

Sanskrit Version:  Lakshmana Sarma:

5.

Deho yannikhilasya chaapi bhuvane syaat panchkosaatmakah
Kosaanaamapi panchakam tata idam dehaabhidhaanam bhavet |
Satyevam vada dehatah kimu jagadbhinnam bhavet tattvatah
Kim kenaapi cha vikshitam jagadidam deham vinaa prochyataam ||

6.

Sabdam visayaan vihaaya jagato roopam bhavenno prthak
Evam dhindriyapanchakasya visayo nissesamatajjagat |
Etaih panchabhindriyairjagaddidam hyekam mano budhyate
Satyevam manaso jagat kathaya kim bhinnam bhavet tattvatah ||

7.

Viswam buddhiriti dvayam samudiyaalliyeta chapyekavat
Evam satyapi bhaasyate jadamidam visvam dhiyaivaakhilam |
Yasmimstaddvitayasya janmavilayau bhaasvatyanastodaye
Sajjaanihi tadeva poornamamalam chidroopakam kevalam ||

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The three verses say that firstly the body is made up of five
sheaths and they differ in kind.  These are annamaya kosa
etc.,  Secondly, the appearance of the world is a collection of
group of sensations.   These sensations or sense-activities
manifest the quality of sound, form, smell, touch and taste,
and are all in the domain of mind.  They form the sense-mind.
Thirdly, the mind has no substance and it is in the form of thoughts.
These thoughts stem from the I-thought.  The world appears
and disappears with the I-thought, which is the root of all thoughts,
and both the world and the mind may be said to co-exist, to be
inseparable.

 
Arunachala Siva.