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THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

DOCTRINE AND BOUNDARY-FORMATION:


THE PHILOSOPHY OF VIJNABHIKU IN INDIAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY

A DISSERTATION SUBMITTED TO
THE FACULTY OF THE DIVISION OF THE HUMANITIES
IN CANDIDACY FOR THE DEGREE OF
DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY

DEPARTMENT OF SOUTH ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CIVILIZATIONS

BY
ANDREW JAMES NICHOLSON

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
AUGUST 2005

Copyright 2005 by Andrew James Nicholson


All rights reserved

Appendix I:
Sanskrit Edition of Chapter one of the
varagtbhya
I.1 Introduction

Of Vijnabhikus trilogy of Vedntic commentaries (prasthnatray), the


Vijnmtabhya (Commentary on the Nectar of Knowledge, i.e., the Brahma Stra),
varagtabhya (Commentary on the Song of God), and Vedntloka (Light on the
Upaniads), only the first has ever appeared in a published edition. In this appendix I
take a small step towards rectifying this situation by offering an edition of chapter one of
the varagtbhya. The varagt consists of the first 11 chapters of the second
section (uttaravibhga) of the Krmapura (early 8th c.).1 It is a text closely modeled
on the Bhagavad Gt, as suggested by its title. Vijnabhiku suggests that for this
reason, a commentary on the varagt is just as good as a commentary on the Bhagavad
Gt, and qualifies as a part of his prasthnatray. According to the third of
Vijnabhikus benedictory verses, although some of the words of the two texts differ,
they offer essentially the same teaching. While it may seem a peculiar choice for
Vijnabhiku to write a commentary on a section from a Pura, the varagt was

On dating the Krmapura, see Rocher (1986: 186).

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considered an important text by late medieval Vedntic theists. Besides Vijnabhikus
commentary, there are also extant commentaries by Bhsurnanda, Yajevarasri, and
Sabhpatimira.2
The vara (God) of the works title has generally been understood to refer to
iva, and the entire Krmapura is generally regarded as a aiva Pura.3 Perhaps the
most infamous passage of the entire varagt occurs at verse 31. Up until that point, it
is Nryaa who is praised as the highest God by the retinue of sages, and it is he whom
they ask for answers to the most profound philosophical questions (verses 26-27). But in
verse 31, just as Nryaa is about to speak, he is literally upstaged by ivawhat one
translator has called a ruse to Pupatise this text.4 Vijnabhiku will have none of
that, however. For him, this passage does not mean that iva has appeared suddenly to
teach all of the retinue the answers to these questions. Rather, Nryaa by his own
powers transforms the sage Nara into the god iva in order to act as Nryaas
spokesperson. Furthermore, Vijnabhiku goes on to say that one cannot trust iva
when he is speaking on his own, since his teachings are frequently intended to delude
instead of edify his listeners.5 Only because Nryaa is in the audience can we be sure
that the teachings iva presents in the varagt are genuine.
2

Vide Rocher (1986: 186).

On the varagt see Dumont (1933: 5-8); on the Krmapura see Rocher (1986: 185-186).

Tagare (1982: 340).

And, according to the Skhyapravacanabhya and Padma Pura, the most well known of
these false teachings of iva are the doctrines of the Advaita Vednta school (Vijnabhiku 1895: 4).

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The edition I have included in this appendix is based on a single manuscript,
kindly provided to me by the Benares Hindu University library.6 I regret, however, that
this manuscript only presents chapter one of Vijnabhikus 11 chapter commentary on
the varagt. The manuscript is from the mid-20th century, and I conjecture that it was
copied by a student of the late Gopinath Kaviraj, who had a complete manuscript of the
varagtbhya in his collection.7 The Benares Hindu University manuscript has a fair
number of errors. I have corrected its obvious typos and careless repetitions of words. It
also contains many lacunae, which I have called attention to in my text with dashes (- - -).
The manuscript itself contains only Vijnabhikus commentary, and none of the verses
from the varagt. I have supplied these based on the critical edition of the
Krmapura.8 When Vijnabhiku refers to one of the many variant readings listed in
the critical edition, I have put other important variants in footnotes. I have also noted
when it seems that Vijnabhikus text of the varagt corresponds to none of the
versions listed in the critical edition. I was greatly helped in the preparation of this
edition by Narayan Mishra, and could not have done it without him. Nonetheless, I have
no doubt that it contains multiple errors, which are my responsibility alone. This edition
is simply intended to give scholars a readable version of the first chapter of
6

In my text, I have also noted a few variant readings based on the first page of an
varagtbhya manuscript in the collection of the Asiatic Society, Calcutta.
It was upon Kavirajs manuscript that Dasguptas summary of the varagtbhya in his
History of Indian Philosophy is based (Dasgupta:, vol. 3, pp. 482-95). Unfortunately, this manuscript has
passed into the hands of a private collector in Varanasi, who was unwilling to allow me access. Nor,
unfortunately, was I able to obtain a legible copy of the Asiatic Society manuscript.
7

Gupta (1971). I have also consulted an edition by D.C.R. Swaminathan (1983).

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Vijnabhikus text. Reconstructed as it is from a single manuscript, it is only the first
step in the project of presenting a reliable text to a wider audience based on all of the
extant manuscripts of the varagtbhya.

I.2 Sanskrit Text

$rgIta-a:ym!
iv}ani-]uktm!
Ig[ezay nm>,
` nmae [e,
yae mayya igu[ya ivrcYy ivm<zE> ivZy bzae=-vdek AaTma,
ySma i-mip svRmi-m ma me=pspRtu dae dyerae=saE. 1.
svRvedaNtsarawRs<aih{ya AitS)qm!,
-a:ymIrgItaya iv}anen ivtNyte9. 2.
@ten -gvItaVyaOyape]a=ip yaSyit,
zBdaid-edmae[10 gItaya11 AwRsaMyt>. 3.
9

ce iv}ani-]uk #it paQ>

10

zBdaid-edma[eit paQ>

11

gItyaeirit paQ>

301

Inaray[en kmRip[a zaid_yae=iolpu;awRsaxn< }an< kmR c kmRpura[e


sMygupidm!, tdett! sUtmuoapz&{vNt> zaEnkadyae }ansar< ivStrt> aetukama> pun>
sUt< pCDuirTyah pura[kaR Vyasdev>, \;y ^cuirit ycuStdah -vteit,
-vta kiwt> sMyk sgR> Svay<-uvStt>,
a{fSyaSy ivStarae mNvNtriviny>. 1.
he sUt -vta SvayM-uv> sgR> SvyM-uv Aaidpu<s %Tpi> sMyk ivStart> kiwt>,
ttStdnNtrmSy ZymanSy a{fSy ivStar %Tpyaidp> kiwt>, tt
mNvNtriviny> kt> #TywR>, Ayaeanuvadae guvaKyavxansUcnawR>,
tererae devae vi[Ri-xRmRtTprE>,
}anyaegrtEinRTymaraXy> kiwtSTvya. 2.
teit, t mNvNtrin[Rye $ra[a< iv:[uhradInampIrae dev>,
s&(aidIfamyae=iolvStu*aetkae va xmRtTprE}aRnl][yaegrtE
vi[Ri-aR[aidzUaNtEinRTy< TyhmaraXy %pcarE> pUjnIySTvya kiwt #TywR>, tt>
ikimTyt Aah,
tvaze;s<sar>onaznmumm12!,
}an< Ekiv;y< yen pZyem tTprm!. 3.
tdeit tgvdaraxna-Ut< }an< Ekiv;y< kevliv;yk<
iviviv;yk< %pidzytStJ}anmze;s<sar>oSy jNm mr[vahaeTw>oySy
%m< k< sa]Nnazn< nazkar[< Atae vd yen }anaepdezen }anm_ySy tTpr<
12

tdaze;s<sar>onazmnumm! #it paQ>

302

svRkar[< vy< pZyem sa]aTkvIRmih Aze;>oinv&ywRimTywR>, mtv}anSyEv


mae]hetuTvena tv}anmev p&m!, ttae ma< tvtae }aTva ivzte tdnNtrimit
Sm&Tyaid_y>, a{f}an< (}an)ze;tyEv p&imit baeXym!.
nnu }anSy kwmaraxnaTv< kwTva xmR}anyae> smuy> pUvR - - - - - - - - n kevlen
yaegen aPyte prm< pdm!, }an< tu kevl< sMygpvgR)ldm!, #TywR>, tSyEv pura[Sy
vaKyen kmRinrpe]e[ kevl}anen mae]iseirit ce }anyaegSy wm-Uimkayameva
ywaevcnat!, yaegI iivxae -vit, yuanae yaegaFae yueit, taSy
(wm)-Uimkaya< kmR xan< }anyaeg tCDe;-Ut> kevl}ane vSTvs<-vat!, itIy-

Uimkaya< }an< xan< kmR tCDe;-Ut< yaegpirpakaw iv]epkmR[a< - - - - - - - tm!


-gvItayam! Aa]aer muneyaeRg< kmR kar[muCyte, yaegaFSy tSyEv zm>
kar[muCyte #it (Bh.G. 6.3.), kar[< muOysaxnm!, t&tIy-Uimkaya< tu kevl< }anm!
kmRinrpe]e[ kevl}anenEvaSwans<-vat!, t< -gvItaya< ySTvaTmritrev
SyadaTmt& manv>, AaTmNyev c s<tuStSy kay n iv*te, nEv tSy ktenawaeR
nakteneh kn, n caSy svR-Ute;u kid AwRVypay> #it (Bh. G. 3.17-18), At @v
jf-rtaidna< zana< SveCDya zvip svRkmRTyag> Uyte, kamkare[
cEke #it Vyasdeven sUicteit, @ten }ankmR[aerekEkaxaNysmsmuy baexkain
uitSm&itvaKyain -Uimka-edenaivain mNtVyain, Aixkair-eden ywaeiv-ag
iv:[upura[e Spmev SmyRte, iivxa -avna -Up ivmetibaex tam!, aOya kmRs<}a
c twa cEvae=-yaiTmka, snNdnadyae -av-avnya suta>, kmR -avnya caNye
deva*> Swavrara>, ihr{yg-aRidTw< c kmaRiTmka ixa, Aizkavbaex< - - - - - ta

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syaegSy isihetuTvat!, yduvNtdah,


Tv< ih naray[aTsa]at! k:[EpaynaT-ae,
Avaaioliv}anStva< p&CDamhe pun>. 4.
uTva munIna< taKy< k:[Epayn< -um!,
sUt> paErai[k> Sm&Tva -ai;tu< upcme. 5.
AwaiSmNtre Vyas> k:[Epayn> Svym!,
Aajgam muinea y s< smaste. 6.
t< va vediva<s< kalme"sm*uitm!,
Vyas< kmlpa]< [emuiRjpu<gva>. 7.
ppat d{fvmaE va=saE raemh;R[>,
di][IkTy gu< ail> paRgae=-vt!!. 8.
p&aSte=namy< iva> zaEnka*a mhamuinm!,
smaaSyasn< tSmE t*aeGy< smkLpyn!. 9.
Aw tanvIaKy<13 prazrsut> -u>,
ki tpsae hain> SvaXyaySy utSy c. 10.
tt> s sUt> Svgu< [Myah mhamuinm!,
}an< td iv;y< munIna< vmhRis. 11.
#me ih muny> zaNtaStapsa xmRtTpra>,
zuU;a jayte cE;a< vmhRis tvt>. 12.
13

AwEtainit paQ>

304

}an< ivmuid< idVy< yNme sa]avyaeidtm!,


munIna< Vyat< pUv iv:[una kmRip[a. 13.
uTva sUtSy vcn< muin> sTyvtIsut>,
[My izrsa < vc> ah suoavhm!. 14.
Vyas %vac.
vye devae mhadev> p&ae yaegIrE> pura,
snTkmarmuoE> Svy< yTsm-a;t. 15.
snTkmar> snkStwEv c snNdn>,
Aaira sihtae -&gu> prmxmRivt!. 16.
k[ad> kiplae yaegI vamdevae mhamuin>,
zuaee visae -gvan! sveR s<ytmansa>. 17.
prSpr< ivcayERte s<zyaivcets>,
tvNtStpae"aer< pu{ye bdirkame. 18.
ApZy<Ste mhayaegm&i;< xmRsut< zuicm!,
naray[mna*Nt< nre[ siht< tda. 19.
s<StUy ivivxE> StaeE> sveR vedsmuvE>,
[emu-Ris<yua yaeignae yaegivmm!. 20.
iv}ay vaiDt< te;a< -gvanip svRivt!,
ah gM-Irya vaca ikmw tPyte tp>. 21.
AuvNmnsae ivaTman< snatnm!,

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sa]aaray[< devamagt< isisUckm!. 22.


vy< s<zymapa> sveR vE vaidn>,
-vNtmek< zr[< pa> pu;aemm!. 23.
vy< s<zyimit vaidn> Svpe ivvad< kvaR[a> vedvaidnae va vy<
vyma[s<zy< avNt> sveR svRs<zyaeeday tpsa -vNtmev pu;aem< vE inyen
zr[< gtaStah Tv< hIit,
Tv< ih td veTw prm< svR}ae -gvan&i;>,
naray[> Svy< sa]at! pura[ae=VypU;>. 24.
Tvmev tTprm< prmer< veTw ytSTv< Svy< naray[aOy> svR}ae -gvan&i;>
svRSmtaRis twa sa]adev pura[ae=naidrVypu;> prmerae=is, AaETpiken
aTmtanu-venaixNykSyaip (ALpkSyaip?) VyvxanSya-avat!, n c
sa]aTprmera<zTva adIna TvkayRtya prmera<zTvaidTywR>,
punrpIdmvxaryNtae vr< awRyiNt n Ny #it,
n Nyae iv*te vea Tvam&te prmerm!14,
zuU;a=Smakmiol< s<zy< -eumhRis15. 25.
Tvam&te=Nyae n ih nEv prmerm!, t< mae]xmeR=ip Ana*Nt< pr< n deva n;Ryae
iv>, @kSted -gvaNxata naray[> -u>, naray[ai;g[Stwa muOyas! surasura>,

edition.

14

prmereit paQ>

15

Deuimit paQ>, Vijnabhikus -eumhRis is not among the variants listed in the critical

306

raj;Ry> piva prm< >o-e;jimit, prmer - - - - - - - - - - - (prmeriv;ye bhb>


s<zya>?) caSmak< siNt Atae=iol< vyma[s<zy< -eumhRsITywR>, saepkr[iv;ye
s<zym! p&CDiNt,
ikar[imd< kT< kae va s<srte16 sda,
kiSvdaTma17 c ka mui> s<sar> ikiimk>. 26.
k> s<sarytIzan> kae va sv pZyit,
ik< tTprtr< sv nae vmhRis. 27.
ikar[imit, a_yaimd< kT< mhdaidsv kay ikmakark< ik<Svpk< ikmSy
mUlkar[imit yavt!, twa kae va s<srte sda, sda }anpyRNt< inrNtrmev dehaehaNtr<
gCDit twaiSvT @kaTma Ahimit laekEVyRvhayaeR dehI jIvaTma twa tSy ka mui>
ik< mue> Svp< twa s<sarae jNmmr[vah> ikiimk> ySyaeedaTs<saraeedae -vet!,
twa k $zan> ai[n> s<saryit twa kae va sv pZyit As<kict svRd> twa
ik<tTis< prtr< inritzy< b&hTprmaTma AnNyaixpit>, #TyetTakm!, . . . . .
vmupdeumhRsITywR>, y*Py tv}an< n p&< naip muOytStv}anmupidZyte
zaEnka*E }anmev p&< sUtenaip }an< vmhRsITyu< twaip eySyitvcnEv
(eySyitvcnenEv?), tv}anSyaip itvcne AwaRi]e -vt> }ane

}eySyEv ivze;Tvaidit, A prtr [ @v muOyt> > ze;[aNtu [>


16

kae=nus<srte #it pa0

17

kiidit paQ>

307
- - - - - As<sairTvicNmaTvavxr[awRmev > Tv< ih teTw prm< svR}ae -gvan&i;>, n

Nyae iv*te vea Tvam&te prmerimit, pUvRvaKyt> kevl< prmerSyEv muOyt>


VyTvavgmat!, tdaiols<sar>onaznmumm!, }an< Ekiv;y< yen pZyem
tTpdm!, }an< td iv;y< munIna< vmhRis #it, }anSyEvaSya<
dzaXyayamupaNtTva, At @v itIyaXyayenadaE muOyiv;y<
EvaXyaraepapvada_ya< ivStrt %pdeyit, tt t&tIyaXyaye [>
khrTvaiditpadnaw xanadejRgTkar[Tvaidk< s<]ept> itpa* -Uyae -Uyae
dzaXyayI smai< yavd Ev iv-UTyaidpE}aRntTsaxnaidi- piy:yte, At
%pmaeps<hara_yasaidi-rSya $rgItaya Ev muOyae iv;yae vedaNtanaimveit
SmtRVym!, tt iz:y-avapana< aitzyjnnay naray[en y> Svmihma dizRt> s
%pv{yRte=Xyayze;e[,
@vmue tu muny> apZyNpu;aemm!,
ivhay taps< p< s<iSwt< Sven tejsa. 28.
@vmu #it muini-revmue sit taps< p< tpiSvvez< ][adev ivhay Sven tejsa
Avtairnaray[pe[ vyma[en s<iSwt< pu;aem< xmRpu<apZyNSpmpZy
tu ]i[kimveTywR>,
ivajman< inmRl<18 -am{flmi{ftm!,
v]>iyav&t19< dev< tjaMbUnd-m!. 29.

18

ivmlimit pa0 , Vijnabhikus variant is not among those listed in the critical edition.

308

SvIy< pmev ivv&[aeit saeRn ivajmanimit dIPyman< inmRl<


AaidTyaidvT-am{flen dzidGVyaipna mi{ftmlt< tjaMbUnd-mizusuv[Rv[
iya v]> SwlSwya Aav&t< Aailit< apZyiTyNvy>,
zcgdapai[< zaRhSt< iya v&tm!,
n StT][adev nrStSyEv tejsa. 30.
tdNtre mhadev> zzaaitzeor>,
sadai-muoae > arasINmher>. 31.
Avtar-UtSy naray[Sy Avtairnaray[pe[ iv-aRv< dZyR zravtarSy
nrSyaip Avtairzrpe[ xmRpueCDya iv-aRv< dzRyit saeRn, n #it, tSyEv
ctu-uRjSy tejsa=i--vrae n > ikNtu tdNtre tiSmev nradzRnavsre nr @v >
arasIt!, mha<asaE deveit mhadev> sadai-muo> sadayanuahayaeNmuo #it, @t
nrnray[yae> SvSvSva-aivkph[< s<kLpmae[ tyaerev zrIryae>
pir[amaNtraimam!, n;zrIrSy spaRkarpir[amvidit,
inrIy te jgaw< ine< cN-U;[m!,
tuuvuRmnsae -ya t< prmerm!. 32.
inrIyeit, te munySt< z<kr< inrIy ica> eml][-ya tuuvu>,
jyer mhadev jy -Utpte izv,

19

edition.

IvTsv]simit pa0, Vijnabhikus variant is not among those listed in the critical

309

jyaze;muine20 tpsa=i-pUijt. 33.


jyeit, he $r Ai[maidsvRisisMp jy svaeRTk;eR[ vRSv, he mhadev
kdev jy he -Utpte -Utg[naw twaip izv prmkLya[p Aze;muine
tapsEri-t> pUijt tapse jy,
shmUeR ivaTmn! jg*NvRk,
jyanNtjgNma[s<harkark21. 34.
sheit, As<Oyavtar svaRTmk jgdaOySyatyNSy erk
AnNtpirpU[RjgNmaidykark jy,
shcr[ezan zM-ae yaegINviNdt,
jyaiMbkapte dev nmSte prmer. 35.
shcr[ #it As<Oypad $zan AithteCD zM-ae kLya[d yaegINE> [imt
jy, he AiMbkaya> pavRTya> pte dev mhanIl prmer $ra[aimNadInampIr
nmSte=iSTvTywR>,
s<Stutae -gvanIzSyMbkae -vTsl>,
smail'Gy ;Ikez< ah gM-Irya igra. 36.
s<Stut #it, @v< muini-> sMyk Stutae -gvanIzSyMbkae -vTslae ;Ikez<
iv:[um! smail<Gy gM-Irvcsa ah, ;Ikezs<kLpenEvaiv-URtTvamev pCDeTywR>,
20

munIzaneit pa0 , Vijnabhikus variant is not among those listed in the critical edition.

21

s<harkar[ #it paQ>

310

ikmw pu{frIka] munINa vaidn>,


smagta A deze22 iku kay myaCyut. 37.
ikmwRimit, @te munINa> ikmwRm deze smagta> mm va ikRVymiSt
ydwRSTvyahmaiv-aRivt #it aheTyNvy>,
Aak{yR tSy taKy< devdevae jnadRn>,
ah devae mhadev< sadai-muo< iSwtm!. 38.
Aak{yeRit sugm>,
#me ih munyae dev tpsa23 ]I[kLm;a>,
A_yagta ma< zr[< sMyGdzRnka<i][>. 39.
yid sae -gvaNmunIna< -aivtaTmnam!,
sixaE mm tJ}an< idVy< vimhahRis. 40.
#me hIit, he dev ih ySmaidme munyStpsa]I[papa }ana_yasaixkair[>
sMyG}ankama> sNtae ma< zr[m_yagta>, Atae yid -aivtaTmna< tpsaidi->
s<Skticana< munIna< -gvan! sae =is tda mm sixaE idVymSmdaidi-rPyupaSy<
k< }animh vmhRsIit yaerwR %-yaerekvaKytyaepide ih }anaitzy> iz:ya[a<
-iv:ytITyazyen Svymnuva mTsixaE Tv< UhITyum!, nNvhmev tvaepdeze inyu>
kw< naNy #it tah,
22

#m< smagta dezimit pa0, Vijnabhikus variant is not among those listed in the critical

23

tpsa> #it paQ>

edition

311

Tv< ih veiTs24 SvmaTman< n Nyae iv*te izv,


ttSTvmaTmnaTman< munINe_y> dzRy. 41.
Tv< hIit, Tvmev SvmaTman< prmaTman< veiTs n ih nEv ANyae mya inyaeJy> vuLy> prmaTmvea prmaTmiv*a_yasI va iv*te, he izv tSmavmaTmna Svy<
munINe_y AaTman< parmaiwRkaTman< pr< k;eR[ AXyaraepapvada_ya< dzRyeTywR>,
@vmuva ;Ikez> aevac muinpuvan!,
dzRyNyaegisi< inrIy v&;-Xvjm!. 42.
@vmuveit, yaegisi< ywaepe[ iv:[uaiv-aRvnpa< iz:yaw adzRyn!,
ze;< sugmm!,
s<dzRnaNmhezSy z<krSyaw zUiln>,
ktaw SvymaTman< }atumhRw tvt>. 43.
s<dzRnaidit, jgtamIzSyabaixtSy mm Aw AnNtr< zUiln mhaivmSy
zrSyeTyNvy>,
umhRw ivez<25 Ty]< purt> iSwtm!,
mmEv sixave; ywavmIr>. 44.
uimit, he muny> Ty]< ywaSyawa purt> iSwt< ivez< izv< umhRw, nnu
izveTVyStihR -vTsaiXyenal< tah mmEveit, y*ip $r> izv> svR}
24

veTw #it paQ>

25

umhRw devezimit pa0

312

AaTmtvvea twaip s<haraixkairtya ay> laekaNVyamaehyit Atae mmEv


palnaixkair[> sixaE mdnuraexaNmTeirtTva ywaw vyit n svR, pura[adaE
mayavad pyRNtana< bna< pa;{fzaana< izvktTvSmr[at!, iv:[aeStu buipe[
pa;{fzak&RTv< n Sva-aivk< ik<tu izver[adev ckar maehzaai[ kezvaeip, izveit
#TySyEv pura[Sy vaKyaidit, Atae mTsixavevEn< umhRweTywR>, At @v pUvazen
v&;-Xvj< inrIyeTynen izve palneCDaixkar % #it,
inzMy iv:[uvcn<< [My v&;-Xvjm!,
snTkmarmuoa> p&CDiNt Sm mherm!. 45.
inzMyeit sugmm!,
AwaiSmNtre idVymasn< ivml< izvm!,
ikmPyicNTy< ggnadIrawe26
R smu-aE. 46.
Aweit idVy< idivSvgeR -v< izv< kLya[micNTy< ATyt< ikmip AinvaRCymasn<
$ryaeyaeRGy< ggnaTsmu-avakazadaiv-URtm!,
tassad yaegaTma iv:[una sh ivkt!,
tejsa pUryiNv< -ait devae mher>. 47.
teit tasne iv:[una sh yaegaTma sttEkaicae ivkdassad, %piricre[ s
c mherStejsa ivmapUryn! -ait A-at!,
t< tee devaiddevez< z<kr< vaidn>,
ivajman< ivmle tiSmNdzurasne. 48.
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devadIna< devasurmnu:ya[a< dev< pUJymIz< inyNtar< ceit devaiddevez<, @te;a<


-aGymihma v{yRte ii->,
y> pZyiNt yaegSwa> SvaTmaNyayaegmIrm!,
AnNytejse zaNt< izv< dizre ikl. 49.
yt> !sUit-URtana< yEtt! ivlIyte,
tmasnSw< -UtanamIz< dizre ikl. 50.
ydNtra svRmetd ytae=i-imd< jgt!,
s vasudevmasIn< tmIz< dzu> ikl. 51.
yimit yaegpazuptaidyaegaFa>, ymIr< SvaTmin sus<"ate AaTman< AaTmtya
pZyiNt tmnNytejs< Svkaz< zaNt< sttmuic< izv< zr< dizre ikl init<
Ahae -aGyimTywR>, A izvaOydevtaivze;prTvenaPyuppaE prmaTmprtya n
VyaOyeym!, iv:[uizvanamip VyisvRa{yaTmTvat!, te;amPyaTmaNtrmiSt #Tyev
ivze;aidit, @ten iv:[urh< izvaehimTyaidpa hirhraidivasa Aip VyaOyata>,
te;amip prmaTmape]ya=Nye;amvaNtraTmTvat! sUyR AaTma jgtStSwu;eTyaiduit_y
#it, yt #it, yt> izvadharaixat&pu;atana< p-Utana< Vyiai[na< va
sUitTpiyR c @ttjat< tIyte itit ceit ze;>, t< -UtanamIz<
-UtnawmasnSw< dizre, ydNtreit, ySyaidpu;Sy ANtra mXye @tTpirZyman< sv
itit AharkayRTvat!, ElaeKy< ser< svRmhar ititimTy gItaidvaKyat!, At
@v c ytae ySmadi-imd< pirZyman< jgNm&qvTkayRkar[a-edamIz<izv< vasudeven
shasIn< dzuirTywR>, kayRkar[yae-eRda-edaE cae VyaOyaSyam>,

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aevac p&ae -gvaNmunIna< prmer>,


inrIy pu{frIka]< SvaTmyaegmnumm!. 52.
aevaceit, @v< idVyasne vasudeven sh,
tCD[uXv< ywaNyaymuCyman< myan"a>,
zaNtmansa> sveR }anmIr-ai;tm!. 53.