Q & A – प्रश्नस्य उत्तरम् – Part 2

Q & A – प्रश्नस्य उत्तरम् – Part 1

Supreme deity Indra worships Aryaman!

Rig Veda Book 4 Hymn 30

1. O INDRA, Vṛtra-slayer, none is better, mightier than thou:
Verily there is none like thee.

2 Like chariot-wheels these people all together follow after thee:
Thou ever art renowned as Great.

(like chariot wheels means margi, those following the path, the ruedad the wheel in spanish, the rue or road in French! All languages contain all of humanity’s knowledge hidden in folds)

3 Not even all the gathered Gods conquered thee, Indra, in the war,
When thou didst lengthen days by night.

(yeah this is the origin of another interpolation, but later!! And also inspired Tilak to write Geeta rahasya and Arctic home of Aryans, but later!)

4 When for the sake of those oppressed, and Kutsa as he battled,
Thou stolest away the Sun’s car-wheel.

(yeah, this is the origin of another interpolation! But later!)

5 When, fighting singly, Indra. Thou overcomest all the furious Gods, thou slewest those who strove with thee.

(yeah, yup! Gods are also nashavara! And is reflected in the fall of titans, but later!)

6 When also for a mortal man, Indra, thou speedest forth the Sun,
And helpest Etaśa with might.

(yeah, this is an interesting story and to great surprise of the reader, But Later!)

7 What? Vṛtra-slayer, art not thou, Maghavan, fiercest in thy wrath?
So hast thou quelled the demon too.

8 And this heroic deed of might thou, Indra, also hast achieved,
That thou didst smite to death the Dame, Heaven’s Daughter, meditating ill.

(this is interpolated as Vishnu killing Bhrgu’s wife…but haahhhaahhaa later!)

9 Thou, Indra, Mighty One, didst crush Uṣas, though Daughter of the Sky.
When lifting up herself in pride.

(Usha is daughter of Siva by the way according to this, Sky or Tengri, the husband of Uma!!)

The struggle between Usha and Indra is very very descriptive and was a seminal event. May even be the first victory of Vedic followers over Sakta followers, and the beginning of change from Mother religion, the change from Matriarchy to Patriarchy)

10 Then from her chariot Uṣas fled, affrighted, from her ruined car.
When the strong God had shattered it.

11 So there this car of Uṣas lay, broken to pieces, in Vipāś,
And she herself fled far away.

12 Thou, Indra, didst. with magic power resist the overflowing stream
Who spread her waters o’er the land.

(The Damming of rivers. 
The original Bhagiratha, the Visvamitra, the Manakanaka the great engineers!

The Aryan invasion theorists believed that Indra came and broke the dams which is also mentioned in another part of the Rig Veda but here he is building the dams so the basis of AIT loses legs because of this sutra, more about this later!

This is part of the discussion which involved the Yudhi and Bheeshma about the Dharma of the governance!)

13 Valiantly didst thou seize and take the store which Śuṣṇa had amassed,
When thou didst crush his fortresses.

14 Thou, Indra, also smotest down Kulitara’s son Śambara,
The Dāsa, from the lofty hill.

(yes yes,, Sambara the conqueror of Ravana and his defeat by Indra, yes I remember we have to finish that story!

Ohh sneezer of two months and three weeks, you can build an anukarmika on the hymn lines of a Sukta 


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15 Of Dāsa Varcin’s thou didst slay the hundred thousand and the five,
Crushed like the fellies, of a car.

16 So Indra, Lord of Heroes, Powers, caused the unwedded damsel’s son,
The castaway, to share the lauds.

(Here is a powerful statement, Indra the great one was born out of wedlock from Dyaus of Tvashtra family who did not marry the mother from Kaushika gramapati’s family.

This hymn is used in Marriages to demonstrate that Indra with all powers is behind the institution of marriage even though his mother did not enjoin those benefits. The whole sequence if you notice began with Indra killing Tvashra’s son Vritra!)

17 So sapient Indra, Lord of Might, brought Turvaśa and Yadu, those
Who feared the flood, in safety over.

(and the slokas earlier were meant to be read right to left so this indicates again Yadu is older than Turvasu!)

18 Arṇa and Citraratha, both Āryas, thou, Indra, slewest swift,
On yonder side of Sarayu,

(Destruction of Kings Arna and Chitraratha of Anga on Sarayu river)

19 Thou, Vṛtra-slayer, didst conduct those two forlorn, the blind, the lame.
None may attain this bliss of thine.

(Indra helped the two friends the blind and the lame!
Bollywood made a movie from this line

dukh ho ya sukh, jab sada sang rahe na koi
phir dukh ko apnaiye, ke jaye to dukh na hoye

rahi manva dukh ki chinta kyu satati hai
dukh toh apna sathi hai
rahi manva dukh ki chinta kyu satati hai
dukh toh apna sathi hai
sukh hai ek chhanv dhalti aati hai jati hai
dukh toh apna sathi hai
rahi manva dukh ki chinta kyu satati hai
dukh toh apna sathi hai

The Indra is called dukh, implying he is dukhi and is a seeker also.

This is very important, each line may mention separate Indras!

This Indra is either Dasra or Nasatya. Also famous as Asvinikumars.

Asvins represented a separate religion, separate path at one point and then were accommodated among the Thirty three replacing Indra and Prajapati in the list of thirty three. This is also the transfer of Indrahood eventually from Asvins to one of Adityas!)

20 For Divodāsa, him who brought oblations, Indra overthrew
A hundred fortresses of stone.

(Dasrajna sangrama, defeat of Samvarna by the forces of Panchala Divodasa! Divodasa achieves Indrahood!)

21 The thirty thousand Dāsas he with magic power and weapons sent
To slumber, for Dabhīti’s sake.

(Yet another great struggle for King Dabhiti,

Dabhiti is a son of an Indra. He is helped by Indra who is Asvinikumar, if you look at Mandala 1, Sukta 112 of Rig Veda, there the same help for Dabhiti is described but instead of Indra, Asvinikumar is used as the term.

Turviti, Dabhiti, Dhvasanti and Purusanti, the sons of Indra are helped by Asvinideva, It is also not clear whether they are brothers or sons of different Indras.

Dabhiti is very famous in Rig Veda and was a great personality of our days of yore, lost in mists of time.)

22 As such, O Vṛtra-slayer, thou art general Lord of kine for all,
Thou Shaker of all things that be.

(This Indra by the way is Rochana or Bhutasntapana)

23 Indra, whatever deed of might thou hast this day to execute,
None be there now to hinder it.

24 O Watchful One, may Aryaman the God give thee all goodly things.

May Pūṣan, Bhaga, and the God Karūḷatī give all things fair.

Boss ka bhi boss hota hai…

वामं-वामं त आदुरे देवो ददात्व अर्यमा | 
वामम पूषा वामम भगो वामं देवः करूळती ||

(karulati is an interesting god too, Karu can be the divine architect, did you think only visvakarmma had that job? 
The Karu as architect is responsible for Wealth in Middle eastern pantheon and in Islamic theogony, 
Karu in another form is God of Love,

(when Wealth and Love has same god! That;s why Marlyn Monroe sang that the diamonds are the girl’s best friend!!)

Here in this sukta, Karualati means defeater of Karu the demon.

By the way, second line does not mean Pushan, Bhaga and Karuulatii are higher, they are the biggest allies or supporters of Indra

वामम पूषा वामम भगो वामं देवः करूळती ||

Question answered!!

I do apologize to any Jewish followers of the post, yehudi occurs 74 times in torah, it was easy to find immediately. first page I opened, nah, I had read that already so subconsciously sort of opened to that page. sorry. I cannot argue for that to be national granth on the Anupalabdhi paramana or evidence, we using.

Prashna ke saath uttara ka u aata hai to prashna badal jata hai!

by Pranshu B Saxena

Post Author: Mahabharata World

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