You are verily the unswerving direct or straight creator and the upholder. You are verily the unswerving destroyer. You are verily this assuredly absolute Brahman. You are verily the eternal self.
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You are verily the unswerving direct or straight creator and the upholder. You are verily the unswerving destroyer. You are verily this assuredly absolute Brahman. You are verily the eternal self. Let that one make the speaker receptive. Let that one make the listener receptive.
Let that one make the donor receptive. Let that one make the supporter receptive. Let that one make the meditative student receptive as well. Let the ones who come from the east be receptive. Let the ones who come from the north be receptive. Let the ones who come from the south be receptive.
Let the ones who come from the higher regions be receptive. Let the ones who come from the lower regions be receptive. Let me perceive those who come from all sides.
You are the intellect-incarnate. You are the bliss-incarnate. You are the effulgent Brahma-incarnate. You are second to none as existence, intelligence and bliss. You are verily unswerving Brahma. All this world subsists in you. This entire world fades out in you.
This entire world revert backs to you. You are four-fold speech. You transcend three states of the body. You transcend three moments in time. You are the eternal one who abides as the foundation. You are the center of the three-fold energy. You are the one of whom the ascetics mediate upon. You are effulgence as the earth, the mid-region, and space above. Thus is your form.
The sound is the connecting link, the hymn is the connection. Ganak is the seer, Gayatri is the metre, Ganapati is the deity. The translations are refrred from the works of Mr. Nagesh Sonde. Purchase Ganesha Artwork.
Ganapati Atharvashirsha (Ganapati Upanishad) - In sanskrit with meaning
History[ edit ] Ghurye notes that the text identifies Ganesa with the Brahman and is of a very late origin,  while Courtright and Thapan date it to the 16th or 17th century. Sartha published a edition. In his version of the source text he groups verses together to form sections that he calls upamantras. He notes that as a result of this his line numbering and versification may differ from those given in other variants. His version provides no line numbers.
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