Meaning of Vedas should be understood with the help of the right kind of commen- taries on them snskrit on the Brahma Sutras. Be friendly to its in thy spirit, Manyu, O Much-invoked, in shock of mighty battle. The latter de- scription is primarily applicable to Lord Vishnu and hence the first mean- ing, viz. Taking clue from these slokas of Madhwacharya, Dhirendratirtha has developed his commentary on the entire Manyu Sukta as a Sukta in praise manyu suktam sanskrit Narasimha.
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Describes the newer ideas in finding out the reliable, reproducible methods for stanardization of formulations. A regular recitation with the appropriate chandas will help a lot to control anger and lust. Vaishnavites believe that this suktham is connected with Nrusimha and Hanuman and thus chant it to please the ire-some forces. I myself have a sankalpa to chant this suktha, lest I sway a-dharmically with anger. Let us chant this suktham and find the refinement of the force in us and a transmutation of negativity inside us.
This suktha provides an alchemical touch to the process of antar-yaaga samayachara and aids in the transcendence of a negative trait to that of positive vibrant energy. Those who have a real temper problem must chant this suktam 11 times. One must be aware of Krodha and Kama but not give in to these negativities nor try to suppress them. Chanting Manyu suktam s not an exercise in supression. It is simple attempt to know them for what they are.
The chanting creates a distance in your mind and with this distance one can view these emotions at a distance as if they were strangers. They are infact strangers they do not belong to your athmic psyche. You will be surprised to find that without your support, they cannot exist, they simply drop away!
It is only this awareness that can awaken Self-knowledge, and free you of these concepts of all dualities. Manyu suktham aids this journey towards self-knowledge. Below please find a notable translation of-- by Ralph T. Griffith, , at sacred-texts. He translated the Vedic scriptures into English. He also produced translations of other Sanskrit literature, including a verse version of the Ramayana and the Kumara Sambhava of Kalidasa.
He held the position of principal at the Benares College in India. His readings generally follow the work of the great scholar Sayana who was Prime Minister at the court of the King of Vijaynagar - in what is now the District of Bellary in the Indian state of Karnataka - in the fourteenth century. Now long out of copyright, copies of his translation of the Rigveda, Samaveda, White Yajurveda, Atharvaveda and Ramayana are available on the internet.
HE who hath reverenced thee, Manyu, destructive bolt, breeds for himself forthwith all conquering energy. Arya and Dasa will we conquer with thine aid, with thee the Conqueror, with conquest conquest-sped. The tribes of human lineage worship Manyu.
Accordant with thy fervour, Manyu, guard us. I, feeble man, was wroth thee, O Manyu I am myself; come thou to give me vigour. I am all thine own; advancing, turn thou to me, Victorious, All-supporter! Come to me, Manyu, Wielder of the Thunder: bethink thee of thy friend, and slay the Dasyus.
The best of meath I offer to support thee: may we be first to drink thereof in quiet.
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