Navarathna_Stones

SELECTION OF NAVARATHNA STONES

The Nine precious Gems called Navaratnas consist of: Diamonds, Ruby, Emerald, Blue Sapphire, Yellow Sapphire, Cats Eye, Hessonite, Pearl, and Coral. These are made of essentially Carbon, Silica, Aluminum and Chromium with various other elements like beryllium and other trace elements. These are the elements that are abundant on Earth and are also found in the Human body in various proportions. Hindu Vedic Astrology suggests that by wearing a certain gem stone that is defined by one’s birth star, the wearer is protected and is connected to the governing Navagraha (Planet) or the deity under which the same gem is placed. Thus, people can choose a given stone based on their star and place them under any specific deity that is being consecrated and installed in a temple. By doing this and, if possible, by wearing this same gem, the devotee is said to establish a direct contact with the deity.

BIRTH STAR  RULED BY GEM 
ASWINI (Aswathy) KETU  CAT’S EYE 
BHARANI  VENUS DIAMOND 
KARTIKAI  SUN  RUBY 
ROHINI  MOON PEARL 
MRIGASIRA (Makayiram)) MARS CORAL 
ARDRA (Thirivathirai) RAHU  HESSONITE 
PUNARVASU (Punartham) JUPITER  YELLOW-SAPPHIRE 
PUSHYAM ( Poosam) SATURN  BLUE-SAPPHIRE 
ASLESHA (AYILYAM) MERCURY  EMERALD 
MAGHAM KETU  CAT’S EYE 
POORVA-PHALGUNI (Pooram) VENUS DIAMOND 
UTTAR-PHALGUNI ( Uttram) SUN  RUBY 
HASTAM (Atam) MOON  PEARL 
CHITRA  MARS  CORAL 
SWATI (Choti) RAHU  HESSONITE 
VISHAKAM JUPITER YELLOW-SAPPHIRE 
ANURADHA ( Anusham) SATURN BLUE-SAPPHIRE 
JUSTHA ( Kettai) MERCURY  EMERALD 
MOOLAM  KETU  CAT’S EYE 
POORVASHADA (Pooradam) VENUS DIAMOND 
UTTARSHADA (Uthradam) SUN  RUBY 
SRAVANA ( Thiruvonam) MOON  PEARL 
DHANISTHA ( Avittam) MARS CORAL 
SATHABHISHA( Chatayam) RAHU  GOMEDA/HESSONITE
POORVABADRAPADA ( Poororuttathy) JUPITER YELLOW-SAPPHIRE 
UTTARBHADRAPADA ( Uthrattady) SATURN  BLUE-SAPPHIRE 
REVATHI MERCURY EMERALD 

Ganesha_Pancharatnam_Stotram

Ganesha Pancharatnam Stotram

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Mudakaraatha Modakam Sada Vimukti Saadhakam
Kalaadharaavatamsakam Vilasiloka Rakshakam
Anaaya Kaika Naayakam Vinasitebha Daityakam
Nataasubhasu Naashakam Namaami Tham Vinaayakam.

I salute that remover of obstacles,
Who has modakas in his hand
Who always bestows salvation
Who wears a part of moon on his head
Who protects this world which is varied,
Who is the leader of those who cannot be lead,
Who is the cause of destruction of asuras,
And who destroys all things which are not good.

Natetaraati Bheekaram Navoditaarka Bhaasvaram
Namat Suraari Nirjanam Nataadhi Kaapa Duddharam
Suresvaram Nidheesvaram Gajesvaram Ganeshvaram
Mahesvaram Samaasraye Paraatparam Nirantaram.

I bow before that great Lord permanently,
Who creates fear in the enemies of his devotees,
Who sparkles like the just risen Sun,
Who is saluted by Gods and Asuras
Who destroys obstacles of his devotees,
Who is the God of all devas,
Who is the God of all wealth,
Who is the God of all elephants,
And who is the leader of the army of Lord Shiva.

Samasta Loka Samkaram Nirasta Daitya Kunjaram
Daredarodaram Varam Vare Bhavaktra Maksharam
Krupaakaram Kshamaakaram Mudaakaram Yasaskaram
Manaskaram Namaskrutaam Namaskaromi Bhaasvaram.

I bow to that Ganapati who shines like the Sun,
Who bestows peace to all the worlds,
Who removed the Gajamukhasura from this world,
Who has a very big paunch,
Who has an elephant-face which blesses,
And who is the one who shows kindness
Who is tolerant
Who is full of blessing,
And who showers great fame,
To those who salute Him.

Akimchanaarti Marjanam Chirantanokti Bhaajanam
Puraari Poorva Nandanam Suraari Garva Charvanam
Prapancha Naasha Bheeshanam Dhananjayaadi Bhushanam
Kapola Daana Vaaranam Bhajaey Puraana Vaaranam.

I salute the very ancient elephant-god
Who destroys the wants of the have nots,
Who has been worshipped since ancient times,
Who is the eldest son of the lord who destroyed cities,
Who eats away the pride of the enemies of the gods,
Who is awesome at the time of final deluge,
Who wears serpents like Dananjaya as ornaments,
And who is fierce like the elephant in rut.

Nitaantikaanta Dantakaanti Mantakaanta Kaatmajam
Achintya Rupa Mantaheena Mantaraaya Krintanam
Hrudantarey Nirantaram Vasantameva Yoginam
Tameka Danta Meva Tam Vichintayaami Santatam.

I always meditate only on that God with single tusk,,
Who is ever lustrous tusk is very pretty,
Who is the son of Lord who killed the god of death,
Who has a form beyond ones imagination,
Who is endless,
Who tears asunder all obstacles,
And who dwells forever in the heart of Yogis ,
Like the season of spring.

Phalasruthi

Maha Ganesa Pancha Rathna Maadharena Yo Anvaham,
Prajalpathi Prabhathake Hrudhi Smaran Ganeswaram,
Arogadhamadhosadham Susahitheem Suputhratham,
Samahithayurshta Bhoothi Mapyupaithi Sochiraath.

The resultant benefit of Chanting Ganesha Pancharatnam
He, who remembers with respect every morning,
These five gems of the great Lord Ganapati,
And who meditates in his heart the leader of ganas,
Will soon be blessed with a healthy life,
Free of all problems, endowed with great peace
Great sons, longevity and spiritual and physical wealth.

Ganesha_Ashtothara

Om Vinayakaya Namaha
Om Vighnarajaya Namaha
Om Gauriputraya Namaha
Om Ganesvaraya Namaha
Om Skandagrajaya Namaha
Om Avyayaya Namaha
Om Putaya Namaha
Om Dakshaya Namaha
Om Adhyakshaya Namaha
Om Dvijapriyaya Namaha
Om Agnigarbhachide Namaha
Om Indrasripradaya Namaha
Om Vanipradaya Namaha
Om Avyayaya Namaha
Om Sarvasiddhipradaya Namaha
Om Sarvatanayaya Namaha
Om Sarvaripriyaya Namaha
Om Sarvatmakaya Namaha
Om Srushtikatre Namaha
Om Devaya Namaha
Om Anekarchitaya Namaha
Om Sivaya Namaha
Om Suddhaya Namaha
Om Buddhipriyaya Namaha
Om Santaya Namaha
Om Brahmacharine Naamaha
Om Gajananaya Namaha
Om Dvaimatreyaya Namaha
Om Munistutyaya Namaha
Om Bhaktavighnavinasanaya Namaha
Om Ekadantaya Namaha
Om Chaturbahave Namaha
Om Chaturaya Namaha
Om Saktisamyutaya Namaha
Om Lambodaraya Namaha
Om Surpakarnaya Namaha
Om Haraye Namaha
Om Brahmaviduttamaya Namaha
Om Kalaya Namaha
Om Grahapataye Namaha
Om Kamine Namaha
Om Somasuryagnilochanaya Namaha
Om Pasankusadharaya Namaha
Om Chandaya Namaha
Om Gunatitaya Namaha
Om Niranjanaya Namaha
Om Akalmashaya Namaha
Om Svayamsiddhaya Namaha
Om Siddharchitapadambujaya Namaha
Om Bijapuraphalasaktaya Namaha
Om Varadaya Namaha
Om Sasvataya Namaha
Om Krutine Namaha
Om Dvijapriyaya Namaha
Om Vitabhayaya Namaha
Om Gadine Namaha
Om Chakrine Namaha
Om Ikshuchapadhrite Namaha
Om Sridaya Namaha
Om Ajaya Namaha
Om Utpalakaraya Namaha
Om Sripataye Namaha
Om Stutiharshitaya Namaha
Om Kuladribhettre Namaha
Om Jatilaya Namaha
Om Kalikalmashanasanaya Namaha
Om Chandrachudamanaye Namaha
Om Kantaya Namaha
Om Papaharine Namaha
Om Samahitaya Namaha
Om Asritaya Namaha
Om Srikaraya Namaha
Om Saumyaya Namaha
Om Bhaktavanchitadayakaya Namaha
Om Santaya Namaha
Om Kaivalyasukhadaya Namaha
Om Sachidanandavigrahaya Namaha
Om Jnanine Namaha
Om Dayayutaya Namaha
Om Dantaya Namaha
Om Brahmadveshavivarjitaya Namaha
Om Pramattadaityabhayadaya Namaha
Om Srikanthaya Namaha
Om Vibhudesvaraya Namaha
Om Ramarchitaya Namaha
Om Vidhaye Namaha
Om Nagarajayajnopavitavate Namaha
Om Sthulakanthaya Namaha
Om Svayamkartre Namaha
Om Samaghoshapriyaya Namaha
Om Parasmai Namaha
Om Sthulatundaya Namaha
Om Agranye Namaha
Om Dhiraya Namaha
Om Vagisaya Namaha
Om Siddhidayakaya Namaha
Om Durvabilvapriyaya Namaha
Om Avyaktamurtaye Namaha
Om Adbhutamurtimate Namaha
Om Sailendratanujotsanga
Khelanotsukamanasaya Namaha
Om Svalavanyasudhasarajita
Manmathavigrahaya Namaha
Om Samastajagadadharaya Namaha
Om Mayine Namaha
Om Mushikavahanaya Namaha
Om Hrushtaya Namaha
Om Tushtaya Namaha
Om Prasannatmane Namaha
Om Sarvassiddhipradayakaya Namaha

“Ithi Sri Vigneshwara Astothara Sathanamavali hi”

Devi_Slokas

  

 Saraswathi Devi

Saraswathi Namastubhyam
Varade Kaamaroopini
Vidyaarambham Karishyaami
Siddhir Bhavatu Mey Sada

 Meaning: O Goddess Saraswathi, salutations to Thee. You are the Giver of boons and You grant all our desires. As I begin my studies, please help me make it fruitful and make me successful in all my efforts.

Ya Kundendu Tushaara Haara Dhavalaa
Ya Shubhra Vastraavrita
Ya Veena Vara Danda Manditakara
Ya Shveta Padmaasana
Ya Brahma Achyutaha Shankara Prabrithibhih
Devai Sadaa Poojitha
Saa Maam Paatu Sarasvathi Bhagavati
Nishyesha Jyaadyaapaha

Meaning: Oh Goddess Saraswathi, who is fair as a jasmine flower, the moon or a snow flake, who is dressed in white and whose hands are adorned by Veena, who is seated in a white lotus, to whom Brahma, Vishnu and Maheshwara pray, please protect us.

Lakshmi Devi

Lakshmi Ksheera Samudra Raaja Tanaya
Sree Ranga Dhaameshvari
Daasi Bhootha Samasata Deva Vanithaam
Lokaika Deepankuram
Sreeman Manda Kataaksha Labdha Vibhava
Brahmendra Gangaadharam
Tvaam Trailokya Kudumbineem
Sarasijam Vande Mukunda Priyaam

Meaning: Goddess Lakshmi, who is the daughter of the king of the ocean of milk, whose abode is Srirangam (with Lord Ranganatha), who is served by all the divine ladies in heaven, who is the guiding light for the world, who has obtained the sustained (continued, everlasting) glance (Grace) from Brahma, Indra and Shiva, whose abode is the three worlds (Bhu, Bhuva, Suvaha) – I offer my prostrations to Thee, the beloved of Lord Krishna (Mukunda).

Parvathi Devi

Maata Cha Parvathi Devi
Pitaa Devo Mahesvara
Baandhavah Shiva Bhaktaacha
Svadesho Bhuvanatrayam

Meaning: The mother is Parvati and the divine father is Shiva. The devotees are the relatives. The land we are living on is the whole world.

Devi_Stuthi

Devi Stuthi with meaning

 

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Vishnu Maayethi Sabdita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the name of Maya of Vishnu

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Chetanetyaabhi Dheeyate
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who abides in all beings as consciousness.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Buddhi Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of intelligence.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Nidraa Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of sleep.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Kshudhaa Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of hunger.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Chaayaa Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of reflection and meditation.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Shakthi Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of Shakti (creative power).

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Thrishnaa Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of thirst.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Kshaanthi Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of forgiveness.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Jaati Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of race.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Lajja Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of modesty.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Shaanthi Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of Shanthi (absolute peace).

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Shradha Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of Shraddha (unshakable faith).

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Kaanthi Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of Kaanthi (beauty or brilliance).

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Lakshmi Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of prosperity.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Vritti Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of activity.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Smrithi Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of memory.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Dayaa Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of Dayaa (mercy or compassion).

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Tushti Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of contentment.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Matru Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of Mother.

Yaa Devi Sarva Bhooteshu Braanthi Roopena Samsthita
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who resides in all beings in the form of illusion.

Indriyaanaamadhistaatri Bhootaanaam Chaakileshu Yaa
Bhooteshu Satatam Tasyai Vyaaptidevyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: To the all pervading Devi who constantly presides over the senses of all beings and governs all elements, salutations again and again.

Chiti Roopena Yaa Kristnam Yetadhyaapya Sthithaa Jagat
Namastasyai Namastasyai Namastasyai Namo Namaha

Meaning: Salutations again and again to the Devi (Goddess) who Pervading this world, abides in the form of consciousness.

Narayana_Suktam

Sri Narayana Suktam

Sahasraa sersham devam viswaasham viswaasambhuvam
Viswam naaraayanam devamaksharam pramam padam

This universe is the Eternal Being (Narayana), the imperishable, the supreme, the goal, multi-headed and multi-eyed (i.e., omnipresent and omniscient), the resplendent, the source of delight for the whole universe.

Viswataah paramam nityam viswam naaraayanam hariim
Viswaamevedam purushaastadvisvampajeevati

This universe is the Supreme Being (Purusha) alone; hence, it subsists on That, the Eternal which transcends it (in every way)—the Omnipresent Absolute which destroys all sins.

patim viswasyatmeswaram saswatam sivamachyutam
naaraayanam mahaajneyam viswaatmanam paraayanam

The protector of the universe, the Lord of all souls (or Lord over Self), the perpetual, the auspicious, the indestructible, the Goal of all creation, the Supreme object worthy of being known, the Soul of all beings, the Refuge unfailing (is He).

naaraayanaa param brahmaa tattwam naaraayanaah paraah
naaraayanaa paro jyotiratma naaraayanaa paraah
naaraayanaa paro dhyaatah dhyaanam naaraayanah paraah

The Lord Narayana is the Supreme Absolute; Narayana is the Supreme Reality; Narayana is the Supreme Light; Narayana is the Supreme Self; Narayana is the Supreme Meditator; Narayana is the Supreme Meditation.

yachca kinchit jagat sarvam drshyate srooyatepi va
antar bahisca tatsvaram vyapya naaraayanaah sthitah

Whatever all this universe is, seen or heard of—pervading all this, from inside and outside alike, stands supreme the Eternal Divine Being (Narayana).

anantamavyayam kavim samudrentam viswaa sambhuvam
padma kosaa praateeksam hrdayam capyadho mukham

He is the Limitless, Imperishable, Omniscient, residing in the ocean of the heart, the Cause of the happiness of the universe, the Supreme End of all striving, (manifesting Himself) in the ether of the heart which is comparable to an inverted bud of the lotus flower.

adho nishtya vitastyante nabhyaamupari tishtati
jwaalamalaa kulaam bhaati vishwasyayatanam mahat

Below the Adam’s apple, at a distance of a span, and above the navel (i.e., the heart which is the relative seat of the manifestation of Pure Consciousness in the human being), effulges the Great Abode of the universe, as if adorned with garlands of flames.

santaatam silaabhistu lambaatyaa kosaannibham
tasyante sushiram sookshman tasmin sarvam pratishtam

Surrounded on all sides by nerve-currents (or arteries), the lotus-bud of the heart is suspended in an inverted position. In it is a subtle space (a narrow aperture, the sushumna-nadi), and therein is to be found the Substratum of all things.

tasyaa madhye mahaanagnir vishwachir visvato mukha
sograabhugvibhajan tishthannahaaraa maajaraah kaavih

In that space within the heart resides the Great Flaming Fire, undecaying, all-knowing, with tongues spread out in all directions, with faces turned everywhere, consuming all food presented before it, and assimilating it into itself.

triyaa goordhwaa masdhassayee rasmayaatasyaa santataa
santapayati swam deha mapadatalaamaastaagah
tasyaa madhye vahnisikha aaneeyordhwaa vyaavasthithaah

His rays, spreading all round, sideways as well as above and below, warm up the whole body from head to foot. In the centre of That (Flame) abides the Tongue of Fire as the topmost among all subtle things.

neelaatoyaada madhyaasthad vidyullekhavaa bhaswaraa
neevaaraasooka vattanvee peeta bhaswatyanoopama

Brilliant like a streak of lightning set in the midst of the blue rain-bearing clouds, slender like the awn of a paddy grain, yellow (like gold) in colour, in subtlety comparable to the minute atom, (this Tongue of Fire) glows splendid.

tasyaa sikhayaa madhye paramaatmaa vyavasthithaah
saa brahmaa saa sivaah saa hariih sendraah soksharaah paramah swarat

In the middle of that Flame, the Supreme Self dwells. This (Self) is Brahma (the Creator), Siva (the Destroyer), Hari (the Protector), Indra (the Ruler), the Imperishable, the Absolute, the Autonomous Being.

ritam satyam param brahmaa purusham krishnaa pingalam
oordhwaaretam viroopaaksham viswaroopaayaa vai namo namah

Prostrations again and again to the Omni-formed Being, the Truth, the Law, the Supreme Absolute, the Purusha of blue-decked yellow hue, the Centralised-force Power, the All-seeing One.

naaraayanayaa vidhmahe
vasudevaayaa dheemahi
tanno vishnuh prachodayaat

We commune ourselves with Narayana, and meditate on Vaasudeva; May that Vishnu direct us (to the Great Goal).

vishnornukam veeryaani pravocham yaah paarthivaani raajaamsi yo
askabhayaaduttaram sadhastham vichaakramanas tredhorugayo vishnuh
raaratamasi vishnuh syooraasi vishnuh dhruvamsi vaishnavaamasi vishnave tva

aum shanthi shanthi shanthi

Om. May there be Peace, Peace, Peace.

Purusha_Suktam

Purusha Suktam with meanig

The Purusha Suktam in praise of Lord Vishnu is one of the Pancha Sooktams of the Vedic tradition.

Invocation

Om taccham yoravrini mahe
gaatum yajnaya
gaatum yajnapataye
daivi svastirastu naha
svastir maanushebhyaha
urdhvam jigatu bheshajam
sham no astu dvipade
sham chatushpade
Om shantih shantih shantihi

We worship and pray to the Supreme Lord for the welfare of all beings. May all miseries and shortcomings leave us forever so that we may always sing for the Lord during the holy fire ceremonies. May all medicinal herbs grow in potency so that all diseases may be cured. May the gods rain peace on us. May all the two-legged creatures be happy, and may all the four-legged creatures also be happy. May there be peace in the hearts of all beings in all realms.

Sahasra Sheershaa Purushah: Sahasraakshas Sahasrapaath
Sabhoomim Visvatho Vruthvaa Athyathishta Dhasaangulam

A thousand heads has the Universal man, Purusha; as also a thousand eyes and a thousand feet He has. He spreads over the earth on all sides and beyond it as far as ten fingers can count. [Infinite numbers, without a beginning or end.

Purusha Ye’ve’dhagum Sarvam Yath Bhootham Yascha Bowyam
Uthamru Thathvath Esaanah: Yadhannenaathi Rohathi

Purusha, the Man, is all that has been in the past,all that is coming and all that exists now. He is the ruler of immortality, as He comes out beyond everything and grows through food.

Ethaa Vaanasya Mahimaa Athojyaa Yaaguscha Poorushah
Paadhosya Visvaa Bhoothaani Thripaadhasyaa Mruthandhivi

What we see here is all the greatness of this Purusha, the Man, and is yet more than this. All creatures of this universe is only a quarter of Him and the other three quarters are what is remaining immortal in Heaven.

Thripdoorthva Udhaith Purushah: Paathos -e’haabhavaath Punah
Thatho Vishvang Vyakraamath Saasanaana Sane Abhi

This three fourths of Purusha arise beyond the universe. One fourth of him only arose again and again here on earth. Thence, as He spread in all directions,
appeared all those creations that eats food and that which eats not on this earth.

Thasmaadh viraadajaayatha Viraajo Adhipoorushah:
Sajaatho Athyarikshatha Pascaadhbhoomim -athopuraha

From him the brilliant Viraaj was born, from Viraj came the primal Purusha.
When he was born, he spread beyond the earth, on all the sides to create all beings.[Viraj is the Female principle, which with the primal Purusha produces the concrete universe. In the Atharvaveda She is an independent creative principle identified with Brahma, with speech and with Prajapathi.]

Yath purushena Havishaa Dhevaayakyamath anvatha
Vasanthoasya Aseethaajyam Greeshma Idhmas Saradhdhavihi

When the Devas (Celestial Angels) spread on the sacrificial offerings with Purusha as oblation, spring was its ghee [melted butter] summer the fuel, autumn the oblation.

Sapthaasyaasan Pari dhayah: Thrissabtha Samidhah Krithaah
Dhevaayath Yagnyamthan Vaanaah: Abhathnan Purusham Pasum

Seven Devas were the sticks that enclose the place of Yajña (Sacrificial Fire rituals), thrice seven [21] philosophical principles were made the fuel sticks;
the Devas performed the Yajña and they bound the Purusha as the cow at the Yajña.

Tham Yagnyam Bharhishi Prowkshan Purusham Jaathamagrathah
Thena Devaa Ayajantha Saadhyaa Rushayaschaye

As the sacrifice on the Yajña they besprinkled the Purusha, born in the beginning.
With him the Devas performed the Yajña along with Saadhyas (other Devas) and the Sages.

Thasmaath Yagnyaath Sarvahuthah: Sambrutham Brushadhaajyam
Pasoogusthaagus Chakre Vaayavyaan Aaranyan graamya -aschaye

From that sacrifice completely offered, formed the cream and ghee [melted butter].
He made it the beasts and birds of the air, of the forest and those of the villages.

Thasmaath Yagnyath sarvahuthah: Ruchassaamaani Jaggire
Chandaagumsi Jaggire Thasmaath Yajusthasmaath ajaayatha

From that sacrifice completely offered were born the verses (Rg Veda) and
the Saaman Melodies (Saamaveda). The Chhandhas metres were born from it. From it was born the Sacrificial formula (Yajurveda).

Thasmaadhasvaa Ajayantha Yekecho Bhayaadhathah
Ghavoha Jaggire Thasmaath Thasmaath jaathaa ajaavayah

From this [Yajña] the horses were born and those that have one row and two rows of teeth. Cattle were born from it. From it were born goats and sheep.

Yath Prusham Vyadhadhuhu Kathidhaavya kalpayan
Mukamkimasya Kowbhahoo Kaa Vooroo Paadhaa uchyethe

When they created this Universal Purusha, into how many forms did they make him? What was the form of his mouth? What was his two arms? What are his thighs and feet called?

Brhaahmanosya Mukmaaseeth Bhaahoo Raajanyakruthah
Uruthathasya Yadhvaisyah: Pathbyaagum Soodhro Ajaayatha

His mouth formed the Brahmin (teacher or Priest), his two arms were made the Rajaanya (Kshathriya or warrior), his two thighs the Vaisyaa (traders or Agriculturist) and from his feet the Soodhra (worker or servant) was born.

Chandramaa Manso Jaathah: Chakchos Sooryo Ajaayatha
Muka -adinthrascha -agnischa Praanaath Vaayurajaayatha

His mind (manas) formed the moon, from his eye became the sun,
from his mouth came Indra and Agni, from his breath Vaayu (wind) was born.

Naabhyaa Aaseetha -anthariksham Seershnodhyows Samavarthatha
Pathbhyaam Bhoomir Dhisasrothraath – Thathaa Loghagum Akalpayan

From his navel arose the open sky, from his head the heaven originated,
from his feet the earth was formed, the directions came from his ears.
Thus did they create all the worlds.

Vedhaahametham Purusham Mahaantham – Aadhithyavarnam Thamasasthu Paare
Sarvaani Roopaani Vichithya dheerah: Naamaanikruthvaa – Abhivadhan Yathaasthe

The Purusha, is the creator of all forms and is given all the names.
As we know his great qualities, He is all powerfull, beyond darkness, bright like the Sun performing all actions.

Dhaathaa Purasthaath Yamuthaajahaara – Sakrapravidhvaan Prathisaschathasrah
Thamevam Vidhvaanamrutha Iha Bhavathi – Naanyapanthaa Ayanaayavidhyathe

He who understands this Purusha, whom Brahma called Paramathma,
whom Indira saw in all four directions, attains Moksha [liberation] in this birth.

Yaggnena Yaguamayajantha dhevaah: – Thaani Dharmaani Prathamaanyasan
Thehanakam Mahimaanassajanthe – Yathra Poorve Saadhyassanthi Devaah

The Devas who worshipped this Purusha, by this Yajña and by all the Dharma,
attained high levels in Svarga. All persons performing this Yajña shall reach similar status.