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    आपो॒ यद्व॒स्तेज॒स्तेन॒ तम॑ते॒जसं॑ कृणुत॒ यो॑३ ऽस्मान्द्वेष्टि॒ यं व॒यं द्वि॒ष्मः ॥

    स्वर सहित पद पाठ

    आप॑: । यत् । व॒: । तेज॑: । तेन॑ । तम् । अ॒ते॒जस॑म् । कृ॒णु॒त॒ । य: । अ॒स्मान् । द्वेष्टि॑ । यम् । व॒यम् । द्वि॒ष्म: ॥२३.५॥

    स्वर रहित मन्त्र

    आपो यद्वस्तेजस्तेन तमतेजसं कृणुत यो३ ऽस्मान्द्वेष्टि यं वयं द्विष्मः ॥

    स्वर रहित पद पाठ

    आप: । यत् । व: । तेज: । तेन । तम् । अतेजसम् । कृणुत । य: । अस्मान् । द्वेष्टि । यम् । वयम् । द्विष्म: ॥२३.५॥

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    हिन्दी (1)


    कुप्रयोग त्याग के लिये उपदेश।


    (आपः) हे जलो ! (यत्) जो (वः) तुम्हारा (तेजः) तेज है, (तेन) उससे (तम्) उस [दोष] को (अतेजसम्) निस्तेज (कृणुत) कर दो, (यः) जो (अस्मान्) हमसे (द्वेष्टि) अप्रिय करे, [अथवा] (यम्) जिससे (वयम्) हम (द्विष्मः) अप्रिय करें ॥५॥


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    इंग्लिश (1)


    Apah Devata


    O waters, the splendour that is in you, with that wash off that which hates us and that which we hate to suffer. prayer for natural purity of spirit, energy for action and balance of mind in our process of living. The human body is an abode of divinities. Agni abides in the vital heat, the tongue and speech. Vayu abides in pranic energy and the tactual faculty. The sun abides in the eye. The moon abides in the mind. And the waters abide in the male virility and fertility of the female in addition to the fluidity of blood. This knowledge is enshrined in the Aitareya Upanishad. Hence the prayer to Agni is a prayer for vitality against frigidity and anger. The prayer to Vayu is for energy against debility and sloth. The prayer to the sun is for light against darkness and ignorance. The prayer to the moon is for peace against agitation and hypertension. And the prayer to the waters is for fluidity in the dynamics of life. On the whole the prayer is for positive values of health, mental and spiritual alertness in a state of balance. Both want and excess are negativities in one way or another. Balance gives us the optimum state of performance. ‘Dvesha’ means hate. Negativities in these hymns are personified as enemies which we hate, whether they are in others or in ourselves. At the same time negativities hate us because they act as our enemies. Hence the prayer: With your positive powers, destroy those negativities which hate us and which we too hate because, whether they are in others or in ourselves, we hate to suffer them as enemies of life. Hence the prayer for cleansing of the personality. To hate negativity does not mean that we hate the person who suffers from negativity. We love the person as person, hence the prayer for elimination of the negativity and cleansing of the person.

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    कृपया अस्य मन्त्रस्यार्थम् आर्य(हिन्दी)भाष्ये पश्यत।