Sat Kriya Sara Dipika, Part Forty-four

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by Shrila Gopala Bhatta Gosvami

 

While standing, facing East, looking at the Deity of Vishnu, he should praise the Deity saying:

 

om veda vyasa rishih
virat chandah
shri vishnuh devata
shri narayanopastane viniyogah
narayanah virajan bhrajabhrishnuh indro marudbhih asthat
pratah yavabhih parshadaih
dashashanih asi dashasanim
ma kuru a tva vishamy a ma visa

 

“Narayana, shining with all pervading light, the King of all forces of nature, stands with the months – His associates – in the morning. You are the bestower of ten gifts. Make me the giver of ten gifts. I go towards You. Please come towards me.”

 

om vaishampayana rishih
anushtup chandah
shri sahasra-shirsha purusho devata
shri narayanopastane viniyogah
narayanah virajan bhrajabhrishnuh indro marudbhih asthat
diva yavabhih avaranaih
shatasanih asi shatasanim
ma kuru a tva vishamy a ma visa

 

“Narayana, shining with all pervading light, the King of all forces of nature, stands with the months – His followers – in the daytime. You are the bestower of a hundred gifts. Make me the giver of a hundred gifts. I go towards You. Please come towards me.”

 

om sanandana rishih
anushtup chandah
shri hrishikesho devata
shri narayanopastane viniyogah
om narayano virajan brajabhrishnuh indro marudbhih asthat
sayam yavabhih shakhibhih
sahasrasanih asi sahasra sanim
ma kuru a tva vishamy a ma visa

 

“Narayana, the Supreme Lord, shining with all pervading light, stands with the forces of nature, stands with the months – His friends – in the evening. You are the bestower of a thousand gifts. Make such a bestower of me. I am attempting to approach You. Please come towards me.”

 

om sanatana rishih
trishtup chandah
shri vishvambharo devata
shri narayanopastane viniyogah
om eko devah sarvabhuteshu gudha
sarvavyapi sarva bhutantaratma
karmadhyakshah sarvabhutadhivasah
sakshi ceta kevalo nirgunash ca

 

“You are the Supreme Lord, in the heart of all living entities. You are the all pervading guide of all souls, the controller of all activities, the Lord of all living entities. You are the witness, the destroyer, the complete whole, transcendental to material nature.”

 

om nityo nityanam cetanash cetananam
eko bahunam yo vidadhati kaman
tam pithagam ye anubhajanti dhirah
tesham sukham shashvatam netaresham
om namo namas tubhyam narayanaya

 

“Only the wise men who surrender unto the Eternal of all eternals, the Consciousness of all consciousnesses, the Lord who fulfills the desires of all living entities, who is situated in His own abode, attain eternal bliss. I pay obeisances again and again to Narayana.”

 

The student should take off his kusha belt by lowering it to his feet, while saying:

 

om harih rishih
anushtup chandah
shri vasudevatmajo devata
mekhala mocane viniyogah
om ud uttamam varuna pasham
asmat ava adhamam
vi madhyamam srathaya
athah vishno vrate vayam
tava anagasah shriyai syama

 

“Slip the noose of Varuna, the impediments in life, from the upper part of my body, from the lower part of my body and from the middle. Then let us, free from sin, be fixed in performing service to You, for the welfare of all.”

 

The acarya should throw the student’s danda into the fire.

 

The acarya should perform Vyasta Samasta Mahavyahriti Homa and should throw ghee-soaked wood of pradesha length into the fire silently.

 

He should perform Shatyayana Homa, Vamadevya Ganam and the other rites of Udicya Karma

 

The brahmacari should feed the assembled vaishnavas, then he should take a meal himself.

 

Shaving his head and face, cutting his nails, he should then bathe, put on two pieces of new cloth and ornaments.

 

He should put on two yajnopavitas, saying:

 

om sanandana rishih
gayatri chandah
shri harih devata
samavartane yajnopavita-dharane viniyogah
om yajnopavitam asi yajnasya tva yajnopavitena upanahyami

 

“You are the thread for yajna. I bind you with this thread for performing yajna.”

 

He should put on a garland saying;

 

om karabhajana rishih
gayatri chandah
shri bhagavati devata
srag bandhane viniyogah
om shrih asi mayi bhagavati ramasva

 

“You are prosperity. Establish that in me.”

 

He should put on shoes, saying:

 

om jamadagni rishi
virad gayatri chandah
shri upendracyutau devate
upanata-paridhane viniyogah
om netrau stho nayata mam

 

“You are my eyes. Please lead me to the Supreme Lord.”

 

He should receive a bamboo danda of his own height saying:

 

om parameshvara rishih
gayatri chandah
shri keshavo devata
danda-grahane viniyogah
narayanasyas tvam vihito gandharvo’si upama ava

 

“You are made by Narayana. You are the revealer of truth. Please be favorable to me.”

 

He should place (tie) his deerskin and old yajnopavita on the danda.

 

He should go and look at the acarya, saying:

 

om sanandana rishih
trishtup chandah
shri ishvaracaryo devata
acaryaparishad bikshane viniyogah
om yaksham iva cakshusah priyo vo bhuyasam

 

“Let me be graced by you, by your glance upon me.”

 

He should sit beside the acarya and place the fingers of his right hand in front of his mouth, so that the breath touches his hand. He should say:

 

om karabhajana rishih
savitri chandah
sanatano devata
mukhya-prana-sparshane viniyogah
om oshthapidhana nakuli danta parimitah parih jihve ma vihvalo vacam carum adyeha vadaya

 

“Oh tongue, covered by fickle lips and surrounded by teeth, do not stray, speak sweet words for me here today.”

Sat Kriya Sara Dipika, Part Forty-four

 

BY: SUN STAFF

Dec 15, 2016 — CANADA (SUN) — By Shrila Gopala Bhatta Gosvami. Printed by The Bhaktivedanta Academy, Mayapur (1995).

 

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