Saturday, May 21, 2011

Tat Savitur Varenyam

Sure enough, as amrit abandoned devlok, the tread of asurs started growing heavier and heavier. When they could escape the realisation no longer, Mount Meru grew crowded with penitent devas. | Adi Parva © Amruta Patil 2011

4 comments:

JC said...

Gayatri Mantra!

The basic Hindu Yogis' thought behind all 'mantras' was the realisation that the infinite appearing physical universe ('Brahmand', literally 'creator's egg', which conveys 'life yet to be delivered', ie, creator as unborn) - with our solar system, and our earth as its model or essence (saar) - is illusory, ie, thoughts and images created with sound energy within the mind of the formless Nadbindu Vishnu, the one and only point source of infinite energy...and, so on...

indisch said...

Love the smooth fluidity of the joined palms.

Sylvain said...

We 'hear' from you with lesser and lesser frequency. Lucidity brings reclusiveness. Thank you for being...there. Don't die trying!

Z

amruta patil said...

Z,

I'd die even if I weren't trying - we're all terminal cases - so how bad could this be :)

Love.