[Advaita-l] Doubt in Isha Upanishad
sridhar.nithin at gmail.com
Fri Feb 14 12:07:25 CST 2014
In the advaita academy link i got this-
*पूर्णस्य = कार्यात्मनो ब्रह्मणः, पूर्णम् = पूर्णत्वम्, आदाय = गृहीत्वा,
आत्मस्वरूपैकरसत्वम्-आपाद्य विद्यया, अविद्याकृतम्
भूतमात्रोपाधि-संसर्गजम्-अन्यत्वावभासम् तिरस्कृत्य, पूर्णमेव =
अनन्तरम्-अबाह्यम् प्रज्ञानघनैकरसस्वभावम् केवलम् ब्रह्म अवशिष्यते।*
pūrṇasya, of the infinite; kāryātmano brahmaṇaḥ, the Brahman which is the
effect; pūrṇam = pūrṇatvam, infinitude; ādāya = gṛhītvā, having realized;
vidyayā, by knowledge; ātmasvarūpaikarasatvam-āpādya, having realized it as
essentially the same as Supreme Atman; anyatvāvabhāsam, the apparent
feeling of separateness; saṃsargajam, arising out of the identification;
bhūtamātropādhi, (with the) limiting adjuncts of the beings; avidyākṛtam,
(which is) the effect of ignorance of Atman; tiraskṛtya, having rejected;
pūrṇameva, the infinitude alone; anantaram, that which has no recess;
abāhyam, that which has nothing outside it;
prajñāna-ghana+ekarasa-svabhāvam, that which is of the nature of a vast
expanse of consciousness; kevalam brahma, Brahman which is the only One;
Here, it says that, Shankara explains aadaya as "gruhitva" or "perceiving".
Can anybody tell me, which is a proper meaning of "aadaya" is it "removal"
On Fri, Feb 14, 2014 at 10:19 PM, Srirudra <srirudra at gmail.com> wrote:
> This Manthra is always recited as an invocation.As such removed/ taken
> away will be more illuminating for the word adaya .The other meaning also
> is suitable but the first one is more appropriate is my
> Sent from my iPad
> > On 14-Feb-2014, at 6:24 pm, "Br. Pranipata Chaitanya" <
> pranipata at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >> In the Shanti Mantra of Isha Upanishad,
> >> *purnam adah, purnam idam purnat purnam udachyate; purnasya purnam adaya
> >> purnam evavasisyate*
> >> The term "adaaya" is everywhere interpreted as "removed/taken away".
> >> Shankaracharya translates it as "understood/realized".
> >> i.e. When the Completeness of the Jagat is realized, Completeness alone
> >> remains.
> >> Can anyone shed more light on this?
> >> Nithin
> > Hari Om Shri Nithinji, Pranaams!
> > While the mantra is occurring as invocation in IshA, AcAryaji has not
> commented but while occuring in bRIhadAraNyaka as mantra V.1.1.
> > You will see that AcAryaji has not taken a different meaning than
> 'removed/taken away'.
> > In Shri Guru Smriti,
> > Br. Pranipata Chaitanya
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