Saturday, September 13, 2014


 ॐ द्वा सुपर्णा सयुजा सखाया समानं वृक्षम् परिषस्व जाते।
तयोरन्यः पिप्पलम स्वाद्वत्य नश्नन्नन्यो अभिचाकशीति।

Om Dwa Suparna Sayuja Sakhaya Samanam Vriksham Parishasvajate.

Tayoranyah Pippalam Swadwatya Nashnannanyo Abhichaksheeti.

It means, two birds who have bright feathers, have taken shelter beneath a tree and have relation of together living friends. One of them is eating the fruits of happiness and sorrow and the other is only overlooking him like spectator or witness.
The previous one is busy in eating fruits with taste- bitter and sweet and has forgotten himself as well as god.

(The two birds are soul and god and this one tree is this world.)

But when he looks that the yogis too praying him (god) and having demand from him, he starts praying the god. He, after knowing his names tries to accept the properties of him. And at last he becomes free from the bondage of the world to get salvation.

Anubhav Sharma 'Bhavanand'

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