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  • अथर्ववेद - काण्ड 11/ सूक्त 3/ मन्त्र 1
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    तस्यौ॑द॒नस्य॒ बृह॒स्पतिः॒ शिरो॒ ब्रह्म॒ मुख॑म् ॥

    स्वर सहित पद पाठ

    तस्य॑ । ओ॒द॒नस्य॑ । बृह॒स्पति॑: । शिर॑: । ब्रह्म॑ । मुख॑म् ॥३.१॥


    स्वर रहित मन्त्र

    तस्यौदनस्य बृहस्पतिः शिरो ब्रह्म मुखम् ॥

    स्वर रहित पद पाठ

    तस्य । ओदनस्य । बृहस्पति: । शिर: । ब्रह्म । मुखम् ॥३.१॥

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    Acknowledgment

    पदार्थ -
    (तस्य) उस [प्रसिद्ध] (ओदनस्य) ओदन [सुख बरसानेवाले अन्नरूप परमेश्वर] का (शिरः) शिर (बृहस्पतिः) बृहस्पति [बड़े जगत् का रक्षक वायु वा मेघ] और (मुखम्) मुख (ब्रह्म) अन्न है ॥१॥

    भावार्थ - जैसे शरीर के लिये शिर और मुख आदि उपकारी हैं, वैसे ही परमात्मा ने अपनी सत्ता से वायु, मेघ और अन्न आदि रचकर सब संसार के साथ उपकार किया है ॥१॥


    Bhashya Acknowledgment

    Meaning -
    This Sukta has 56 mantras in all, divided over three paryayas or parts: the first part comprises 31 mantras (1-31), the second part comprises 18 mantras (32-49), and the third part comprises seven mantras (50- 56). ‘Odana’ means ‘anna’, ‘food’, food for body, mind and soul. Physical food is food for the body, intellecutual food is food for the mind, and spiritual food, the spirit itself, both individual and universal, atma and Brahma, is food for the spirit. Reference back may be made to Atharva, 4, 35, 1-7. Paryaya 1 Paryaya One offers the symbolic correspondence between Brahma and ordinary physical food: Brahma, the living, breathing, intelligent, organismic, sovereign cosmic Purusha which is the highest object of meditation is food of the spirit, and physical food at the ordinary human level, food for the body. Of that Odana, Brhaspati, lord of the expansive universe and of the divine Veda, is the head, and Brahma, Veda, and Brahmana is the mouth, i.e., the mouthpiece, the speaker.


    Bhashya Acknowledgment
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