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Refuting Anishvaravada, Bahvishvaravada and Anyeshvaravada Prayer from Shruti Sukti Mala of Haradattacharya

Prayer of the Day

Prayer in Sanskrit 

 

नानीश्वरं भवितुमऱति विश्वमॆतत्
  बह्वीश्वरंच नितरामयथाप्रमाणम् |
तल्लॊकवॆदविदितॆश्वरवर्जनॆन
  कॊयं भ्रमः कतिचिदीश्वरमन्यमाहुः || ७ ||

Shloka as Romanized text

 

nAnIshvaraM bhavitumarhati vishvamEtat
  bahvIshvara~jcha nitarAmayathApramANam |
tallOkavEdaviditEshvaravarjanEna
  kOyaM bhramaH katichidIshvaramanyamAhuH || 7 ||
  
(na anIshvaraM bhavitum arhati vishvam Etat
  bahvIshvaraM cha nitarAm ayathA pramANam |
tat lOka vEda viditEshvara varjanEna
  kOyaM bhramaH katichit Ishvaram anyam AhuH || )


Meaning of the Prayer Song:


 This world cannot exist without a Master (creator).
Having multiple Masters would not be standing firm with
unrestrained basis.
Leaving out the Ishvara, Who has been declared in the Vedas,
whom are these people getting confused with,
as the Master?


 Notes: 


1. nitara - standing firm; ayata - unrestrained; varjana - leaving;
brama - confusion; AhuH - tell.

2. In this song Haradattar refutes three arguments
Anishvaravada - There is no God/Master.
Bahvishvaravada - There are more than one God
Anyeshvaravada - There is a God and it is not Lord Shiva

Anishvaravada is flawed because anything that exist comes
from something else/made by someone. If the world exists,
there should be one who brought it to existence. That is the Master - God.

Bahvishvaravada would not make sense as multiple Masters 
cannot be really Masters completely.

Vedas talk about an Ishvara. Leaving that Ishvara,
there is no need to find out who else fits that characteristics.
So Anyeshvaravada is futile exercise.
See Also:

Refuting Anishvaravada, Bahvishvaravada and Anyeshvaravada 
Prayer from Shruti Sukti Mala of Haradattacharya

Prayer of the Day

Prayer in Sanskrit 

 

नानीश्वरं भवितुमऱति विश्वमॆतत्
  बह्वीश्वरंच नितरामयथाप्रमाणम् |
तल्लॊकवॆदविदितॆश्वरवर्जनॆन
  कॊयं भ्रमः कतिचिदीश्वरमन्यमाहुः || ७ ||

Shloka as Romanized text

 

nAnIshvaraM bhavitumarhati vishvamEtat
  bahvIshvara~jcha nitarAmayathApramANam |
tallOkavEdaviditEshvaravarjanEna
  kOyaM bhramaH katichidIshvaramanyamAhuH || 7 ||
  
(na anIshvaraM bhavitum arhati vishvam Etat
  bahvIshvaraM cha nitarAm ayathA pramANam |
tat lOka vEda viditEshvara varjanEna
  kOyaM bhramaH katichit Ishvaram anyam AhuH || )


Meaning of the Prayer Song:


 This world cannot exist without a Master (creator).
Having multiple Masters would not be standing firm with
unrestrained basis.
Leaving out the Ishvara, Who has been declared in the Vedas,
whom are these people getting confused with,
as the Master?


 Notes: 


1. nitara - standing firm; ayata - unrestrained; varjana - leaving;
brama - confusion; AhuH - tell.

2. In this song Haradattar refutes three arguments
Anishvaravada - There is no God/Master.
Bahvishvaravada - There are more than one God
Anyeshvaravada - There is a God and it is not Lord Shiva

Anishvaravada is flawed because anything that exist comes
from something else/made by someone. If the world exists,
there should be one who brought it to existence. That is the Master - God.

Bahvishvaravada would not make sense as multiple Masters 
cannot be really Masters completely.

Vedas talk about an Ishvara. Leaving that Ishvara,
there is no need to find out who else fits that characteristics.
So Anyeshvaravada is futile exercise.
See Also:

Refuting Anishvaravada, Bahvishvaravada and Anyeshvaravada 
Prayer from Shruti Sukti Mala of Haradattacharya

Prayer of the Day

Prayer in Sanskrit 

 

नानीश्वरं भवितुमऱति विश्वमॆतत्
  बह्वीश्वरंच नितरामयथाप्रमाणम् |
तल्लॊकवॆदविदितॆश्वरवर्जनॆन
  कॊयं भ्रमः कतिचिदीश्वरमन्यमाहुः || ७ ||

Shloka as Romanized text

 

nAnIshvaraM bhavitumarhati vishvamEtat
  bahvIshvara~jcha nitarAmayathApramANam |
tallOkavEdaviditEshvaravarjanEna
  kOyaM bhramaH katichidIshvaramanyamAhuH || 7 ||
  
(na anIshvaraM bhavitum arhati vishvam Etat
  bahvIshvaraM cha nitarAm ayathA pramANam |
tat lOka vEda viditEshvara varjanEna
  kOyaM bhramaH katichit Ishvaram anyam AhuH || )


Meaning of the Prayer Song:


 This world cannot exist without a Master (creator).
Having multiple Masters would not be standing firm with
unrestrained basis.
Leaving out the Ishvara, Who has been declared in the Vedas,
whom are these people getting confused with,
as the Master?


 Notes: 


1. nitara - standing firm; ayata - unrestrained; varjana - leaving;
brama - confusion; AhuH - tell.

2. In this song Haradattar refutes three arguments
Anishvaravada - There is no God/Master.
Bahvishvaravada - There are more than one God
Anyeshvaravada - There is a God and it is not Lord Shiva

Anishvaravada is flawed because anything that exist comes
from something else/made by someone. If the world exists,
there should be one who brought it to existence. That is the Master - God.

Bahvishvaravada would not make sense as multiple Masters 
cannot be really Masters completely.

Vedas talk about an Ishvara. Leaving that Ishvara,
there is no need to find out who else fits that characteristics.
So Anyeshvaravada is futile exercise.
See Also:1. ஹரதத்த சிவாச்சாரியார்

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