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ULLadu Narpadu - 84
« on: May 08, 2010, 06:25:28 PM »


The next three verses, viz., Verses 14,15, and 16 describe the
ideas of triputis (triads) and say that we are not them.

Bhagavan Ramana's Tamil version:

14.  Thanmai unden munnilai padarkaikaL thaam uLavanth
Thanmaiyin Unmaiyai thaan aaynthu - thanmai aRin
Munnilai padarkai mudivutru onrai oLirum
Thanmaiye thannilaimai thaan nidhamum.

15. Nigazhvinai patri iRappu ethirvu niRpa
Nigazhkal avaiyum nigazhve - nigazhvonre
Inru unmai therathu iRappu ethirvu theravunal
OnRu inRi enna vunalunar.

16. Naamanri naaLethu naadethu naadungal
Nam udambel naaL naattuL naam paduvam - naam udambo
Naam indru andru endrum ondru naadu ingu angu engum ondraal
Naamundu naaL nadu il naam.

Sanskrit Version - Kavyakanta Ganapati Sastri:

14.

Tad-yusmador-asmadi sampratishta
Tasmin vinaste'smadi moola bodhaat |
Tad yusmad asman mati vrjitaikaa
Sthitir jvalanti sahajaamanah syaat. ||
   
15.

Bhutam bhavisyaccha bhavat svakaale
Tad-vartamaanasya vihaaya tattvam |
Haasya na kim syaat gata-bhavi charchaa
Vinaika-smkhyaam gananeva loke ||

16.

Kva bhaati dikkaala kathaa vinaa'smaan
Dikkaala-lileha vapur vayam chet |
Na kvaapi bhaamo na kadaapi bhaamo
Vayam tu sarvatra sadaa cha bhaamah ||

Sanskrit Version - Sri Lakshmana Sarma

14.

Bhaati tavam sa iti dvayam samudhitaa'hanbdhih sarire yadaa
Tattvam kim nvahamo bhavediti dhiyaa svaanvesanena svayam |
Nite'sminnidhanam samam taditaraprajne tato nasyatah
Yadbhaatuyekatayaa tadaa ganaya tat tattvam bhavedaamnah ||

15.

Samstrityaiva hi vartamaanamubhayam bhutam bhavisyat sthitam
Sve kaale'pi cha varamaanamubhayam tad vartamaanam trayam |
Satyevam pratihaaya bodhamadhuna sadastuno'nevsanaat
Bhutaaagamivichaaranam gananavat syadekasnkhyam vinaa ||

16.

Kaalo desa imau prathak kmahamo'dhinaastayoh smo vayam
Dehaah syaama yadi svayam kimu vayam dehaa bhavaamo vada |
Sarvtraapi cha sarvadaa'pi cha vibhaatyaatmaa samano yatah
Tasmatsantamavehi kevalmaumum tau dvau nigirya sthitam  ||

Bhagavan Ramana in Verse 14, succinctly explains the inquiry
into the nature of "I".  The notions of second and third persons
have significance and acquire meaning in so far as they are related
to and dependent on the significance of the "I" - notion. Verse
15, expounds the truth of another triputi (triad) - that of time,
viz., past, present and future.   Verse 16, after proving the unreality
of the first two triputis, proves the unreality of space as we use
it in empirical usage, created, fragmented and classified by our minds.

Arunachala Siva.