HAYAGRIVA UPANISHAD PDF

O Devas, may we hear with our ears what is auspicious; May we see with our eyes what is auspicious, O ye worthy of worship! May we enjoy the term of life allotted by the Devas, Praising them with our body and limbs steady! May the glorious Indra bless us! May the all-knowing Sun bless us!

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Part of the Atharva Veda Introduction: Hayagriva is an incarnation of Vishnu with the head of a horse. The Hayagriva Upanishad extols Vishnu in the form of Hayagriva. It also provides instructions on how to chant Hayagriva mantras. Translation by Shri P. Ramachander, reproduced with his graceful consent The Upanishad: Om! O Devas, may we hear with our ears what is auspicious; May we see with our eyes what is auspicious, O ye worthy of worship!

May we enjoy the term of life allotted by the Devas, Praising them with our body and limbs steady! May the glorious Indra bless us! May the all-knowing Sun bless us! May Garuda, the thunderbolt for evil, bless us! May Brihaspati grant us well-being! Let there be Peace in me! Let there be Peace in my environment! Let there be Peace in the forces that act on me! Om Shanti! First Chapter 1. Those Mantras are as follows: 1. Salutations to you, Swaha, Swaha. The prayer is: I meditate on that Hayagreeva, Who has the glitter of the full moon, Who holds the conch, wheel, the great stamp and the book in his hands.

Second Chapter 2. That is the root letter Lhoum hsoum. Among all the roots, this Hayagreeva single letter root is the king of mantras. He would get salvation. Here ends the Hayagriva Upanishad, as contained in the Atharva Veda.

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Date[ edit ] The composition date of the text is unknown. Given the Vishnu avatar-oriented sectarian nature, and the description of tantric mantras in the text, it is likely a relatively late Upanishad. Sectarian Upanishads with tantra mantras were likely composed after the 10th century, states Douglas Brooks. In one legend, Hayagriva is the persistent horse who brought back the Vedas from asuras Madhu and Kaitabha who stole them, during the mythical battle between good and evil — a battle described in the Mahabharata. It is narrated as a sermon by the god Brahma to sage Narada. The text opens with an invocation to the god Vishnu , Indra , Garuda , the Sun , and Brihaspati are also invoked for welfare of all.

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Part of the Atharva Veda Introduction: Hayagriva is an incarnation of Vishnu with the head of a horse. The Hayagriva Upanishad extols Vishnu in the form of Hayagriva. It also provides instructions on how to chant Hayagriva mantras. Translation by Shri P. Ramachander, reproduced with his graceful consent The Upanishad: Om! O Devas, may we hear with our ears what is auspicious; May we see with our eyes what is auspicious, O ye worthy of worship! May we enjoy the term of life allotted by the Devas, Praising them with our body and limbs steady!

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