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Sat Kriya Sara Dipika, Part Twenty-five

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Nov 07, 2016 — CANADA (SUN) — By Shrila Gopala Bhatta Gosvami. Printed by The Bhaktivedanta Academy, Mayapur (1995).

 

by Shrila Gopala Bhatta Gosvami

 

Vivaha Karma (marriage)

 

Vyasta Samasta Mahavyhriti Homa:

 

The groom should offer four oblations of ghee:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
gayatri chandah
shri vishnuh devata
vyasta samasta mahavyahrti home viniyogah

om bhur svaha – idam vishnave idam na mama
om prajapatih vishnu rishih
ushnik chandah
shri acyuto devata
vyasta samasta mahavyahrti home viniyogah

om bhuvah svaha – idam acyutaya idam na mama
om prajapatih vishnu rishih
anushtup chandah
shri narayano devata
vyasta samasta mahavyahrti home viniyogah

om svah svaha – idam narayanaya idam na mama
om prajapatih vishnu rishih
brihati chandah
shri ananto devata
vyasta samasta mahavyahrti home viniyogah
om bhur bhuvah svah svaha – idam anantaya idam na mama

 

Laja Homa and Ashmakramana (oblations of popped rice and mounting the stone):

 

The bride and groom should stand. The groom, passing behind the bride, should go to the South side (her right side) and face North. He should hold both her hands in his right hand. The mother of the bride, her brother or a brahmana should place the grinding stone and pestle in front of the bride and place her right foot on the stone.

 

The groom should say:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
anushtup chandah
shri vishnuh devata
ashmakramane viniyogah
om imam ashmanam aroha ashmeva tvam sthira bhava
dvishantam apa vadhasva ma ca tvam dvishatam adhah

 

“Mount this stone and like a stone be steadfast in devotion at the feet of the Lord. Annihilate those who would harm you. May you never fall under their influence.”

 

The groom should place two sruvas of ghee in the brides cupped hands and the mother of the bride should place one fifth of the laja over the ghee. The groom should pour two sruvas of ghee over the laja. The bride, without separating her hand, should pour the laja into the fire.

 

The groom should say:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishi
uparishta-jyotishmati chandah
shri vishnuh devata
laja home viniyogah
om iyam nary-upabrute agnau lajan avapatni
dirghayur astu me patih shatam varshani jivatvedhantam nau hari bhaktih
svaha – idam krishnaya idam na mama

 

“This woman speaks, while offering laja to the fire: May my husband be long lived, may he live a hundred years. May our devotion to the Lord flourish.”

 

The pair should circumambulate the fire, with the wife in front.

 

The groom should say:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
trishtup chandah
shri vishnuh devata
kanya-parinayane viniyogah
om kanyala pitribhyah patilokam yatiyamapa dikshamashashta
kanya uta tvaya vayam dhara udanya ivati gahemahi dvisha

 

“The bride is going from her parent’s house, to the house of the groom, having done her duties well before her betrothal. Oh bride, help us to remove the enemies, as a flood of water cleans the earth.”

 

Returning to the stone again, the groom, facing North, should take the bride’s hand in his right hand. The mother should place the bride’s right foot on the stone, and stand with the basket of laja. The groom will say:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
anushtup chandah
shri vishnuh devata
ashmakramane viniyogah
om imam ashmanam arohashmeva tvam sthira bhava
dvishantam apa vadhasva ma ca tvam dvishatam adhah

 

“Mount this stone and like a stone be steadfast in devotion at the feet of the Lord. Annihilate those who would harm you. May you never fall under their influence.”

 

The bride should receive laja and ghee in her hands and offer into the fire.

 

The groom will say:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
uparishtad brihati chandah
shri vishnuh devata
laja home viniyogah
om vishnum nu devam kanya harim ayakshata
sa imam devo vishnuh preto muncatu mam uta
svaha – idam vishnave idam na mama

 

“The girl has made sacrifice to Vishnu, to Hari. May Vishnu, the Supreme Lord, release her and me.”

 

Again the groom with the bride will circumambulate the fire, saying:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
trishtup chandah
shri vishnuh devata
laja home viniyogah
om kanyala pitribhyah patilokam yatiyamapa dikshamashashta
kanya uta tvaya vayam dhara udanya ivati gahemahi dvisha

 

“The bride is going from her parent’s house, to the house of the groom, having done her duties well before her betrothal. Oh bride, help us to remove the enemies, as a flood of water cleans the earth.”

 

The mother will again put the bride’s right foot on the stone:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
anushtup chandah
shri vishnuh devata
ashmakramane viniyogah
om imam ashmanam arohashmeva tvam sthira bhava
dvishantam apa vadhasva ma ca tvam dvishatam adhah

 

“Mount this stone and like a stone be steadfast in devotion at the feet of the Lord. Annihilate those who would harm you. May you never fall under their influence.”

 

The bride will receive laja and ghee and offer into the fire. The groom will say:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
uparishtad brihati chandah
shri vishnuh devata
laja home viniyogah
om vishnum nu devam kanya harim ayakshata
sa imam devo vishnuh preto muncatu mam uta
svaha – idam vishnave idam na mama

 

“The girl has made sacrifice to Vishnu, to Hari. May Vishnu, the Supreme Lord, release her and me.”

 

They will again circumambulate:

 

om prajapatih vishnu rishih
trishtup chandah
shri vishnuh devata
kanya-parinayane viniyogah
om kanyala pitribhyah patilokam yatiyamapa dikshamashashta
kanya uta tvaya vayam dhara udanya ivati gahemahi dvisha

 

“The bride is going from her parent’s house, to the house of the groom, having done her duties well before her betrothal. Oh bride, help us to remove the enemies, as a flood of water cleans the earth.”

 

The groom should then pour two sruvas of ghee on the edge of the winnowing basket, place the remaining laja there and add two more sruvas of ghee and offer the contents of the basket into the fire, saying:

 

om svishti krite shri acyutaya svaha

 

“This is an offering unto Acyuta, who makes everything auspicious.”

 

Sat Kriya Sara Dipika, Part Twenty-five

 

BY: SUN STAFF

 

Nov 07, 2016 — CANADA (SUN) — By Shrila Gopala Bhatta Gosvami. Printed by The Bhaktivedanta Academy, Mayapur (1995).

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